Approved system for all conventional wall structures (cavity wall, ETICS, VCW)
isorocket® permanent scaffold anchors are the only anchor system that can be used both as a ventilated curtain wall façade and cavity wall in the same system. Depending on the surface (masonry and concrete) and structure thickness, only the type of load distribution plate rocketbase and the size variant of the anchor body rocketbody change. For instance, the eye-bolt rocketbolt can be used universally for any permanent anchor version. In addition, when using isorocket® permanent scaffold anchors you can always be sure that a completely approved anchor system is used regardless of the façade type. The requirements of DIN 4426 (German standard) are all met in full including the masonry connection.
We show the different assembly situations for the various wall structure in detail below:
Wall structure ventilated curtain wall façade (VCW)
Assembly situation for producing a ventilated curtain wall façade on a concrete surface (round load distribution plate). The sketches show the state of the initial installation with eye-bolts (rocketbolt) and the shortened anchor body with a seal (rocket seal) after completion of the façade.
Most permanent anchor systems fail, especially with respect to cavity wall - but not the isorocket® permanent scaffold anchor. When building the face masonry layer, the bricklayer can completely integrate the anchor body and does not need to loosen any bricks at the scaffold screw that then need to be re-bricked and grouted when the scaffold is removed. This is where the clever function of the ‘swan neck’ comes into play; it effectively separates the scaffold screw from the construction material that is used. Consequently, it is therefore possible to anchor to the rear load-bearing wall easily when the anchor point is reused. This effectively prevents the impermissible practice of anchoring in the face masonry layer that is common on a day-to-day basis. This does away with the need to open the face masonry layer and remove the thermal insulation to anchor the load-bearing masonry, and also the resulting complex closing process.