CONNER ACP and glazing fixing refers to a method of attaching aluminum composite panels (ACP) and glazing materials to a building’s structure. The exact details of the method will depend on the specific products and systems being used, as well as the building’s design and structural requirements.
In general, it will involve attaching brackets or other hardware to the building’s structure, and then securing the ACP and glazing materials to the brackets using fasteners such as screws or clips.
A professional contractor or engineer should be consulted to ensure that the installation is done correctly and in compliance with all relevant building codes and regulations.
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A CONNER ACP and glazing fixing detail drawing is a technical drawing that provides specific information about how to install aluminum composite panels (ACP) and glazing materials in a building.
The drawing typically includes dimensions, materials, and fastening methods for attaching the ACP and glazing to the building’s structure. It should also include information on the type and location of structural elements, such as beams and columns, that will support the ACP and glazing.
The detail drawing will also provide information on the type of brackets, anchors or fixings that are required to be used and its dimension. The drawing should be prepared by a professional engineer or contractor with experience in designing and installing ACP and glazing systems. It should also be reviewed by a structural engineer to ensure that it complies with all relevant building codes and regulations.
It is important to note that different products and systems have different fixing methods and details. It is best to refer to the manufacturer’s instruction for the specific product’s fixing detail.
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