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Verkoper: brickbrace (939) 98.9%, Objectlocatie: Ickenham Uxbridge, Middlesex, Verzending naar: GB en vele andere landen, Objectnummer: 263916648270 THE AWARD WINNING BRICK BRACE SAFETY TOOL Only £19.99 Includes full instructions, guidance, the Brick Brace masonry weight awareness chart & 1st Class Royal Mail delivery anywhere within the UK. -The main cause of collapse during masonry alterations is overloading due to underestimating the weight of the load and over extending Strongboy’s from the wall to avoid internal 1st floor wall damage and/or to gain more fitting work space as eccentrically loading an Acrow prop greatly affects its capacity.–To maintain the maximum 340kg safe working load the tongue of a Strongboy must fully penetrate the internal skin when supporting a cavity wall as seen in the drawing below.When removed from the wall to avoid internal wall damage or to gain further fitting space the safe working load is reduced to an unknown level.The tongue must also be fitted 215mm (three brick courses) above a proposed finished height for the web of the Strongboy not to impede the fitting area and any masonry below the tongue is not supported safely, as also seen in the above drawing. The Maximum Safe Working Loads(S.W.L)–An Acrow prop, maximum safe working load, 3,400Kg.–An Acrow prop used within the props and needles method, maximum safe working load, 1,700Kg.–When fitted with a Strongboy or any similar designed product an Acrow props safe working load is severely reduced by at least 90%, from 3,400kg down to the maximum 340kg and can even reduce down to 0kg of which depends on the size & the working height of the Acrow prop, how plumb, how tightly fitted and how far the Acrow prop is positioned from the centre of the wall. -10 eccentrically loaded Acrow props fitted with Strongboy’s have an identical safe working load as 1 concentrically loaded Acrow prop. The Brick Brace strengthens masonry to prevent collapse, allowing openings within existing 4″ masonry up to 3,150mm (14 Brick Lengths) without the use of any impeding Acrow props at any height high or low and enhances all the traditional propping methods to reduce the risk of collapse.–We have proven that It’s not possible for a Strongboy or any similar designed product to give the correct fitting work access for every task without dangerously overloading itself, further equipment should also be used which is why we created the non intrusive Brick Brace Safety Tool and Safety System.-The Brick Brace, our guidance, weight charts and proven strategies address all of the main causes of collapse during masonry alterations.The Brick Brace BenefitsFurther & superior access to fit lintels & steels safely.Supports all of the masonry, especially within lime mortar masonry.A Superior factor of safety X 3.No lost or falling masonry during a task.Improves the unknown & variable safe working loads of all the existing propping methods.Minimal making good.Use at any height, high or low.Stabilises lime & weak mortar masonry.Pays for itself within two applications.Resolves all the hidden problems of only propping masonry.Allows a prop to be maneuvered safely during a task.Re-instates a load-point, see photo's 6-8 & 11-12.Fully tested in multiples.Fits in a tool bag.750grammes in weight.Safely reduces the number of impeding props from the work area.Superior results and time saved GUARANTEED.-Watch our video on you tube, presented by Skill Builder Roger Bisby.–RECENT FEEDBACK FROM BUILDER'S THAT USE THE BRICK BRACEACE, FANTASTIC, EXCELLENT, A+, GREAT, 100% POSITIVE, 5 STARS,QUALITY ITEM, THIS IS A BRILLIANT BIT OF KIT."Great item, all info & weight charts etc A+" "Very pleased, did exactly as the instructions said and watched video, Brill.""This product is simply brilliant!!! Turned a difficult job into an easy one...A1"“Great product, made life so easy, I had no dropped bricks whatsoever” A+++"Excellent thank you, very fast service, can't recommend company or product enough."Purchase and use with confidence after reading all of our ebay feedback, with a full money back guarantee if not completely satisfied with the safer & superior results achieved. -Safety tools are fitted 3 bricks apart in a cement mortar mix, a maximum of 2.5 bricks apart within a lime mortar mix and in every perpendicular joint within block work.–Drill out the required perpendicular joint/s with a 10mm masonry drill bit. Insert the Brick Brace safety tool/s and engage fully to the angled plate. Tighten the centre screw with a 19mm socket spanner; the masonry is now reinforced and ready for safer alterations and superior results, guaranteed.-BRICK BRACE SETS AVAILABLE FROM OUR EBAY SHOPTrial SetClear access on Openings up to 1,800mm in a lime mortar mix and up to 2,250mm within a cement mortar mix.Half set Openings up to 3,150 mm (14 brick lengths), supporting all 91 bricks within the triangle of brickwork above the opening (Stretcher bond) at any height high or low, with full access to the task. Full SetOpenings up to 4,500mm with one prop fitted central, see photo no9. &Use as a safety belt above openings when propping or needling to hold the brickwork in-between props and to safely reduce the weight of the load. – The Brick Brace safety system distributes the load evenly over the opening, reducing the risk of minor & major collapse and minimising the risk of an Acrow prop curving during a task.- Full guidance is provided with every order and also available to read or print from our Instructions/download page via our website. -C.R.O.S.S. Confidential Reporting On Structural SafetyWhen carrying out temporary needling and propping one of the most important aspects is to ensure that the props are concentrically loaded and plumb.–The use of a steel bracket on top of the prop giving a minimum eccentricity of 200mm would not seem to be such a good idea?–Interestingly such a product does exist and has proved very popular with builders who see it an advantage to prop only one side of a wall.– The prop attachment is sold and hired from builders’ merchants with minimal safety instructions and is potentially unsafe due to bending moments being introduced by this product into Acrow props designed only for axial compression. Any device that modifies the behaviour of props by introducing bending moments is potentially hazardous.–Another reporter has come across these in use and in his view they must only be used in the case of limited openings where the masonry can arch over leaving only a small triangle of masonry below the arching that can potentially break away. –All in all these are for light use only and never for heavy shoring. The reporter thinks that the manufacturers, and possibly the hire companies, would be negligent if they did not provide some guidance on the use of such props.–Another reporter has frequently seen builders using props with cantilevering head-plates which cause the supporting props to bend. Some years ago he photographed a set of such props which had very noticeable curvatures. The wall above had dropped in consequence causing damage to the building and resulting in a substantial claim against the builder. The reporter generally advises builders not to use such head-plates.–Correct propping is essential and temporary works failures are a recurrent theme on site. It appears that this type of prop head attachment should only be used in specific low risk circumstances.-To ensure future generations are taught safely & correctly a Strongboy should not be misused or overloaded to gain further fitting space as a variety of temporary support equipment most suitable is to be used.-THE STRONGBOY INSTRUCTIONS WERE CHANGED IN NOV’ 2015–TWO SECTIONS OF THE OLD INSTRUCTIONS1(Correct)On normal cavity walls the maximum distance from the centre line of the Acrow prop to centre line of the cavity wall is 215mm ( 9″ inches) or using the leading edge of the hammer plate as a guide, measure 150mm to the centre of the cavity.2(Misleading)For a wider hole on stable walls the Strongboy’s should be positioned a maximum of 900mm apart.–TWO SECTIONS OF THE NEW COINCIDING STRONGBOY INSTRUCTIONS(Updated November 2015)1(Correct)The distance between props should be calculated from the assessment of the loading. Always use the correct number of Strongboy’s for the job.A Strongboy can be used on single or double skin walls where each leaf is up to 4 ½” (112mm) thick. If double skin, the maximum cavity is 2” (50mm).2(Misleading) Ensure the blade of the Strongboy is fully supporting the second skin.–The misguiding Strongboy instructions have increased the risk of the user to overload and to underestimate the weight of the load and have also suppressed the true level of knowledge that is required to tackle the many different tasks of masonry alterations safely and correctly.–ExamplesA9″ brickwork can weigh in excess of 600kg per square metre, (120 bricks plus mortar) which would require at least five Strongboy’s per linear metre (at 167mm centre’s) upon a larger opening on a typical two storey residential property, that could weigh 1,440kg per linear metre without roof loads and making the use of Strongboy’s unsuitable & obsolete for that particular task.BA Strongboy was designed in the mid 1980’s when the typical cavity size was only 50mm but due to changes in construction design a cavity has doubled to 100mm. Attempting tasks which require wider steels with welded top or bottom plates for large cavities and still only using Strongboy’s is where further problems of overloading through over extending from the wall to gain more fitting space arise.CThe new instructions (updated Nov’ 2015) strangely suggest that propping a 9″ wall by over 300mm eccentricity from the centre line of the wall to the centre line of the Acrow prop is acceptable even when the safe working load is reduced to an unknown level and when the Strongboy is totally dependent on the unknown lateral strength of the lime mortar masonry to avoid collapse.DWithin the new instructions there is no mention of the maximum eccentricity of 215mm. All measurements are taken from the end of the bendable and over sized tongue, “If” this was a correct method of measuring eccentric loads it is safer to support a 100mm cavity wall (which is not permitted) than a 50mm cavity wall as the measurement from the centre of the Acrow prop to the centre of the wall is 25mm less eccentric.To change the instructions to suit the design of the Strongboy after twenty five years with no explanation or without any further testing can not be lawful when it dangerously reduces the S.W.L to an unknown quantity and also endorses further misuse of which creates an even higher risk of collapse.-EVERY TASK OF SUPPORTING MASONRY IS DIFFERENT! CHECK LIST1, what is the nature of the task, is it remedial works or fitting a permanent support? Is it forming a new opening or increasing the size of an existing opening? Is the opening in a 4″single skin of masonry, two skins or even more? Is the opening in the outer or inner leaf of a cavity wall or in both skins? Do both skins require support at the same time or can it be split into two tasks with two separate & suitable permanent supports to reduce the risk of collapse?– 2, what is the age and condition of the masonry and what is the masonry material? What design (cavity or solid)? What is the size of the cavity? What thickness is the wall? Which bond is the masonry and which mortar mix, cement or lime?– 3, what are the existing ceiling heights? What are the size and direction of floor/joists, are they load bearing onto the wall or are they non load bearing? Does the existing floor impede the internal fitting access?– 4, what height is the opening? Is the permanent support fitted underneath joists? Are the existing joists fitted within the web of the permanent support or is the permanent support fitted at the same height or below non load bearing joists?– 5, What masonry opening size (including bearings) is required? Is a load-point intact? What is the total weight of the load that requires support? Which variety of lintel/s or steel/s are most suitable? What’s the length, depth, width, thickness and weight of the permanent support/s?– 6, Which variety of temporary support equipment is designed to support the masonry and the weight of the load safely and also provides a safe and sufficient fitting work space without overstretching and dangerously overloading itself?–The more methods known, the safer and easier the different tasks of supporting masonry become.–Temporary support equipment options in alphabetical order, Acrow props, Brick Brace, Needles, Prop-Wise and tongued prop attachments–Using a mixed variety of temporary support equipment reduces the repair time and supports all of the masonry in between props and also improves the unknown variable safe working load of the existing propping methods.Brick Brace with Acrow props, Brick Brace with Needles, Brick Brace with Prop-Wise or Brick Brace with Strong,boy’s and depends on the task at hand of which variety is most suitable.-Full in depth 2019 propping guide available to read via our website.Contact us through ebay, more than happy to answer any questions! Or Call 01895546405 for unbiased advice regarding any task._ FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION’S–Why use the Brick Brace when Strongboy’s are so easy?–Because every task of supporting masonry is totally different and should be planned carefully upon its own merit. A Strongboy should only be used when fully supporting the masonry and the weight of the load safely and correctly and when also offering sufficient access to the task without dangerously overloading itself, which is why we created the non intrusive Brick Brace safety tool and safety system for further options.–But doesn’t everyone misuse Strongboy’s?–It doesn't make it right just because the majority do not use a variety of temporary support equipment most suitable for a task. We have safer methods to help, teach and influence the majority to change their bad habits and to help prevent the same needless reoccurring accidents.We do not endorse the misuse of any temporary support equipment but anyone that continues to overload Strongboy’s through over extending from the wall to avoid internal 1st floor wall damage upon finished rooms or to gain further fitting space we highly recommend bracing the masonry beforehand to reduce the risk of collapse. –What does the Brick Brace do?–The Brick Brace pre-stresses the masonry to prevent collapse, allowing openings within existing 4″ masonry up to 3,150mm (14 Brick Lengths) without the use of any impeding Acrow props at any height high or low and enhances all the traditional propping methods to reduce the risk of major collapse and prevents collapse in between props.The stability & strength of the masonry is unknown and varies upon every task and depends on the mortar mix, the quality and the age of the masonry. The fully tested Brick Brace safety tool increases the unknown variable strength of masonry to 40Nm which through testing is proven to be strong and stable enough to prevent minor & major collapse during alterations.–Why is the Brick Brace not in the Shops?–The vast majority of retailers do not fully understand the different tasks of temporary masonry support and also do not know how to sell the equipment safely & correctly.We have raised the safety standards and until retailers prove to us they have also raised their standards and learn how to sell their existing temporary support equipment safely and correctly we will continue to sell direct to the end user to ensure the correct level of guidance is provided. –What Law?–Construction, Design and Management 2015, in force since the 6th April 2015 and is British legislation.Temporary Works in BriefThe builder (contractor) must ensure they have the necessary skills and knowledge and capable of avoiding risks and able to combat risks at source. Adapt to individual requirements, especially regarding the design of the workplace, the choice of work equipment and the choice of working and production methods with a view in particular to reduce the effect of risk on health and on safety. Adapt to technical progress, replace the dangerous by the non-dangerous or the less dangerous.- Regulation 19 Stability of structures All practicable steps must be taken to prevent danger and ensure that any new or existing structure does not collapse or become unstable due to the carrying out of construction work. Temporary support must be designed, installed and maintained to withstand foreseeable loads and only used for the purposes for which it was designed for. A structure must not be loaded as to render it unsafe to any person.–How do I support the internal skin of a cavity wall when using the Brick Brace externally?–Every task of supporting masonry is totally different and must be calculated upon its own merit.When possible prop the internal separately, Where it is not possible to prop the masonry internally due to impeding floor joists, the correct method of props and needles should be used over the joist height which offers the safest fitting space without dangerously overloading the equipment. The Brick Brace can be used over the opening to support the masonry in between props and to raise the unknown variable safe working load of the equipment used.– How far from the corner of a building can the Brick Brace be used?–When used without also propping, the Brick Brace safety tool/system is designed to support the triangle of masonry above an opening and requires a minimum of one brick as a reveal or from a corner as theoretically the load is transferred to either side of the opening.Upon a typical two storey residential property where no reveals remain to either one or both sides of an opening, the whole storey height over the opening requires support (including roof loads if they apply) and the traditional props and needles method should be used to reduce the high number of low safe working load props and strongboy’s that would be necessary.Props and needles also give the correct space to fit wider permanent supports safely without dangerously removing the opening to the full depth before the permanent support is in position.Removing an opening down to the full depth before fitting the permanent support increases the risk of collapse through accidental removal of props during demolition and should be avoided.–Why use a scaffold tube?–A scaffold tube connects each individual safety tool to the next with all the single tools becoming one piece, sharing the load equally over the length of the opening and building a temporary pre-stressing lintel inside the brickwork to ensure no movement when the masonry is removed from below. Why use the area required for access with low S.W.L Strongboy’s when the surrounding structure can be fitted with a temporary pre-stressed lintel from above?–Where are The Brick Brace fitted?–Within the course directly above a proposed opening and fitted three bricks apart in a cement mortar mix, a maximum of two and a half bricks apart in a weak or lime mortar mix and within every perpendicular joint upon Block work.– Will the force of the Brick Brace push out the Brickwork?–Not at all, the fully tested Brick Brace safety tool uses only a fraction of the force required than when propping. A torque of 40Nm produces a force more than enough to brace and support the masonry even allowing for some fall off in force as the tools bed in, (Factor Of Safety X 3). The torque is also readily achievable on site with a ratchet spanner and provides a force well below that to crush the face of the brick, with no distress whatsoever and with no visible movement or cracking.– How can the Brick Brace reduce Acrow props and Strongboy’s?–Single Brick Brace safety tools are used to re-instate a load-point which safely reduces the weight of the load that requires support. Within a typical two storey residential property correctly used props are under-loaded when positioned at 900mm centre's when a load-point is intact, therefore props can be positioned at 1,350mm centres when single safety tools are fitted in between props, this safely reduces the number of props by 50% from the work area.–Why is Eccentrically loading an Acrow prop hazardous?– An Acrow prop is designed to be loaded on the axis, (from head plate down to foot plate only). Fitting a Strongboy reduces the safe working load of an Acrow prop by at least 90% (a difference of approx 3,060 kg) due to the web of the attachment sending the load onto the side of the Acrow props inner tube.The inner tube curves and loses height when overloaded which is the legal duty of the user not to overload and to work with an Acrow prop fitted with a Strongboy in a safe, professional and competent manner.–What tools are required to fit the Brick Brace?–To fit a single safety tool you require the use of a hammer drill with a 10mm masonry drill bit to remove the perpendicular joint and a 19mm socket spanner to expand the Brick Brace. The Brick Brace system requires a Hammer Drill, 8mm and 10mm masonry drill bits, 15, 19, 21mm sockets and a ratchet. The 40Nm torque required to expand the Brick Brace is similar to tightening a scaffold fitting. To remove the masonry below use a disc cutter and a light set hammer drill with the correct chisel fittings, a masonry or traditional hand saw is sufficient for lime mortar mixes, full instructions and a correct procedure are provided and available to read or print via our instructions/download page.–Can the Brick Brace be used on load bearing walls?–Of course, however Acrow props and spreader plates should always be used to prop load bearing joists and beams to support the different possible live and static loads they may be carrying.As with a Strongboy the Brick Brace safety tool is not a substitute when a concentrically loaded Acrow prop is more suitable. Position props a maximum of 600mm from the wall when supporting joists giving enough room to work. The condition of Joists and beams must always be checked before propping, please read our 2019 propping guide via our website for further information on the correct use of an Acrow prop.–Does the Brick Brace have certification?–There is no certification, British standard or kite mark available for any temporary masonry support equipment as it’s not a permanent fixture and only temporary. The Brick Brace Safety tool was fully tested in multiples and complies with the provision and use of work equipment regulations.–Does the Brick Brace have a guarantee?–Anyone that uses the Brick Brace safety tool that does not benefit from its use we promise a full money back guarantee. We ensure every user has the information to tackle every task safely. We supply full instructions, a correct procedure with a further help-line so no assumptions of use need to be made. We have studied temporary masonry support for many years and our fully patented method of strengthening masonry is the further preparation required for safer and superior results, GUARANTEED!Visit Our ebay shop for discounts & further listings.Watch our video via our website, presented by Skill Builder Roger Bisby.WARNING!A Class System Is In Place;To please a client an architect has the artistic freedom to design & draw any new opening size they wish within existing masonry with a few lines and a rubber and with no care of how it is done in real life, a structural engineer then provides a method of using Strongboy’s that may save on costs but also compromises safety as the method doesn’t give the correct fitting work space without dangerously overloading itself, the builder/contractor then purchases or hires Strongboy’s to avoid internal wall damage of which is sold by a vast majority of retailers with zero masonry alterations knowledge and when the obvious accidents of overloading continue to reoccur only the builder/contractor is at fault and fined or even imprisoned for corporate manslaughter when collapse causes a fatality.–We recently asked the institute of structural engineers;“How is it possible for a competent structural engineer to design a task safely with Strongboy’s when the safe working load varies from 340kg down to 0kg of which depends on the size of the Acrow prop used, which pin-hole height is used, how tightly the Acrow prop is fitted, how plumb and how far the Acrow prop is fitted from the centre of the wall”?&“Can you confirm that the new instructions of a Strongboy are acceptable and do not require any revision? And can you also confirm the market monopoly of the Strongboy and the misleading instructions have not fixed the typical builders and retailer’s mind-set and stopped further and essential temporary masonry support equipment join the market place”? THEIR RESPONSE“The Health and Safety Panel has discussed in great detail and over many e-mails the comments that you have raised. The Panel has taken the time to discuss the situation and the position of the Institution. With that the Panel thanks you for your query.As a learned society the Institution exists to promote the art and science of structural engineering and does not comment on the efficacy of proprietary products.”–The H.S.E also refuse to answer any of our questions.–Not commenting on the dangers of a Strongboy is why collapse is such a reoccurring theme on site. Endorsing and promoting the Strongboy by designing temporary works with the product when they’re not suitable for a task and not providing warnings or correct procedures in writing to the paying contractor and also allowing misleading instructions is far from a science or an art form, only dangerous & incompetent.–A qualified structural engineer didn’t attend university to design inferior temporary support works so why have IstructE, the temporary works forum and the H.S.E made it strangely acceptable to prop the rear of a property on a number of over loaded mild steel bendable tongues that sit eccentrically upon a misused Acrow prop and when the obvious accident’s continue to reoccur it’s only ever the contractor that’s at fault?–Back in 2013 the H.S.E website stated that the main cause of collapse during masonry alterations was from overloading equipment due to the lack of awareness of the equipment capacity and underestimating the weight of the load.–Through our own research the causes of collapse during alterations are also due to the following;1, The user making assumptions of correct use due to not understanding the misleading Strongboy instructions or verbally misinformed of how to use the equipment safely.–2, Unknowingly decreasing the safe working load when removing a Strongboy from the wall to avoid internal wall damage and/or to gain further fitting work space as no warning of this is in place.–3, A Strongboy being recommended, endorsed and permitted by structural engineers even when the device is not most suitable for a particular task and when not giving the correct fitting work access without dangerously overloading itself.–4, No written guidance for Acrow props, Strongboy’s or Genie lifts are provided by retailers to falsely ease a dangerous task to gain more sales and misguiding videos on you tube where Strongboy’s are being overloaded and dangerously misused.–5, The user making assumptions of correct use due to no warnings or guidance being provided at the point of sale or hire by the majority of retailers.–6, No correct procedures of using a Strongboy are in place for the many different tasks of supporting 4″, 9″& 13″ walls or for the different sized cavity walls and also due to a severe lack of temporary masonry support information & guidance from the H.S.E.–7, Using Strongboy’s upon larger openings when the props and needles method is far safer and more suitable as they offer the correct fitting work access with fewer impeding Acrow props without dangerously overloading & without having the need to remove the opening to the full depth before a permanent support is in the final position.–8, Compromising safety to save time and to reduce costs by propping dangerously from only the external side to avoid internal wall damage upon finished 1st floor rooms.–9, A severe lack of temporary masonry support knowledge by not knowing how to safely plan a task prior to commencement and taking unnecessary risks due to not using a variety of temporary support equipment most suitable for the task.–10, Insufficient testing and research of the Strongboy and of similar designed products.–11, Rushing a task through not pricing correctly.–12, Not seeking expert temporary support advice when in doubt.–13, No drawings of correct use are provided and no Acrow prop guidance supplied at the point of sale or hire by retailer’s.–14, the H.S.E allowing misleading instructions for over twenty five years and allowing a product to be sold without any warnings or guidance to financially gain from the fines.–15, The market monopoly of a product with a brand name that implies strength but reduces the safe working load of an Acrow prop by at least 90% without any warning or testing upon the different sized Acrow props and is overloaded with the same amount of ease as the manufacturer’s & retailers say it is to use.–16, A product that is designed to deceive and to be misused and also increases the risk of overloading due to the long bendable tongue that easily exceeds the maximum 215mm eccentricity without any warning.–17, The Strongboy manufacturer making false claims and devaluing the correct method of props and needles for over thirty years.–18, Misleading new instructions that have increased the eccentricity by over 50% without any further testing, warnings or explanation.–19, The lack of awareness that every task is totally different and not knowing that a variety of temporary support equipment is required to tackle every different task of masonry alterations safely and correctly.–20, Not using the fully tested Brick Brace safety tool to maximise the unknown variable safe working load of the existing propping methods to reduce the risk of minor and major collapse when propping.– Authority without knowledge is dangerous to the public! In their own words, the role of the H.S.E is to provide advice, information and guidance, to raise safety awareness, to Inspect, investigate and to take enforcement actions.–The H.S.E have failed within temporary masonry support works and with future generations also only one lesson away from misusing Strongboy’s as they are taught by misleading instructions and by the majority of structural engineers, retailers and builders that think it’s acceptable to dangerously overload & misuse Strongboy’s to gain further fitting access or to avoid internal wall damage.The full 2019 propping guide is available to read/print via our website. Thank you for reading, Keep It Safe,Brick Brace. Condition: New, Brand: Brick Brace, Custom Bundle: No, Non-Domestic Product: No, Modified Item: No, Model: 1 SINGLE TOOL, Item: Tools, Type: MASONRY SUPPORT, Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom, Bundle Listing: No, MPN: Does Not Apply

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