Keyjoint

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    Danley™ Keyjoint is a metal joint system which enables loads to be transferred between adjoining slabs while allowing lateral movement and limiting differential deflection. They are self-supporting and height adjustable utilising the Danley™ “drive-n-twist” stake system. Keyjoint formwork can be used as a plain joint and are also compatible with temporary or permanent Rip-A-Strip™ capping profiles (sold separately).
     
    Keyjoint is available in both 3m and 6m lengths standard off the shelf. Keyjoint features knock-out holes for 16mm or 20mm square dowels every 150mm. This provides flexibility in centre spacings at 150mm, 300mm, 450mm and 600mm as standard. The Knock-out holes suit Danley™ Dowelmaster™ sleeves (16mm and 20mm) which provides concrete contractors with a full joint system that includes the dowels, sleeves and the formwork.
     
    Danley™ Keyjoint complies with the requirements of AS 3727.1:2016 Residential Pavements.

     

    Features:
    • Allows lateral movement between the slabs, but limits differential deflection between the slabs.
    • Tighter key taper, giving less differential deflection than competing systems.
    • Allows continuous concrete placement with preformed internal joints.
    • Incorporates unique “drive-n-twist” stake system to make installation simple.
    • Knock-outs provide for placement of square dowels (round dowels can also be used if specified).
    • Ideal for footpaths, shared bikeways and light traffic areas.
    • Companion capping available for 3mm recess and a 10mm recess
    • Rip-A-Strip™ permanent capping profiles are available in 2 different colours: Black and Grey.
    • Danley™ Keyjoint profiles are compatible with 16mm and 20mm Dowelmaster™.
    • GALVABOND® steel “stay-in-place” formwork system.
    • Complies with the requirements of AS 3727.1:2016 Residential Pavements.


     

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