Do Catnic lintels need a cavity tray?
The info on this can be a bit confusing, but basically Catnic claim their lintels don’t need a tray whereas others do need them.
Are Catnic lintels load bearing?
All lintels are designed to carry a specific safe working load (SWL). If you are not skilled in the method of load assessment, or the load has not been supplied to you by a third party, for advice please contact Catnic Technical Services on 02920 337900.
What are Catnic lintels made from?
Benefits of the Catnic thermally broken steel lintels Manufactured from powder coated galvanised steel to deliver corrosion resistance and durable performance over the life of the building.
What are the different applications for box lintels?
Among the different applications for box lintels , those offered for internal solid walls are suitable for standard, heavy or extra heavy duty loading conditions, such as direct floor or roof loads, or concrete floor loads. They are designed for 100mm and 140/150mm wide masonry.
What is a Catnic lintel?
Menu Search. Catnic has pioneered the steel lintel for five generations, our products are manufactured with a unique duplex corrosion protection system, an integral plaster key and built-in damp proof course with continuous insulation making them the most unique lintel on the market.
What are steel lintels for solid walls?
Steel lintels for solid (i.e., masonry) internal walls are a cost effective and high performance solution, providing a balance of strength, weight, and durability. Different designs of lintel are available to suit different applications and loading conditions.
What is the difference between corrugated and channel lintels?
Corrugated lintels are used in extra light duty scenarios for 75mm and 100mm thick walls, being suitable for nominal domestic loading. For light duty loading/applications, channel lintels provide the necessary support in 100mm internal walls.