Glasgow Museum of Transport chooses Schöck Isokorb®

Glasgow Museum of Transport chooses Schöck Isokorb®

Glasgow's well-loved Museum of Transport has relocated to a spectacular new £74m waterfront landmark. The Isokorb® type KST for steel-to-steel connectivity features in the development and is a product that allows thermal breaks to be incorporated into steel structures, allowing complete freedom of design for applications involving canopies, balconies and walkways. The modular units are able to withstand extremely demanding loads and are effective against bending moment, shear and compression forces. Stainless steel components ensure that the unit is completely protected from corrosion. It is easy to fit and nearly all available steel profiles and sections can be accommodated.

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Schöck provides a market-leading range of load-bearing thermal break modules known as the Isokorb. It is unique in that it allows connections to be made between concrete-to-concrete, concrete-to-steel and steel-to-steel – and also provides BBA...
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