Cast-in Channels

Cast-in channels are a type of anchorage system used in concrete forming that are built directly into the concrete structure during construction. They consist of a channel-shaped metal insert that is placed into a form before concrete is poured, allowing for easy installation of fixtures, fasteners, and other attachments after the concrete has set.

Product Description

Cast-in channels are typically made of steel or aluminum, and come in a range of sizes and shapes to accommodate different construction needs. They can be used for a variety of applications, such as attaching façade panels, installing handrails, or securing equipment to a concrete surface.

One of the benefits of using cast-in channels is that they provide a secure and reliable anchoring point that is flush with the concrete surface, avoiding the need for additional drilling or cutting after the fact. They also allow for greater flexibility in the design and construction of concrete structures, as they can be installed at any point during the concrete pouring process.

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