Couplers And Joints
DESCRIPTION

The length of a tie rod system can be extended by simply joining bars together using couplers, turnbuckles, hinged joints or ball joints.

Item Image Key Features
Coupler
Short Threaded Sleeve With Continuous Right Hand To Enable Two Tie Rods To Be Screwed Together
Simple Cost Effective Connection When Length Adjustment And Articulation Is Not Required.
Turnbuckle
Longer Threaded Sleeve With Right Hand And Left Hand Thread To Allow For Length Adjustment And Tensioning
Standard Connection For Most Tie-Rod Applications
Facilitates Adjustment To The Overall Tie Rod Length Providing Greater Flexibility
Adaptable Design For Different Length Adjustment +/- 50mm Up To +/- 200mm
Hinge Joint
Plates And Pins Used In Conjunction With Upset Eye Tie Rods
Articulated Joint Transferring Only Tensile Loads In The Tie Rod, Ideal For Situations Where Settlement Is Predicted
Quick Simple Connection
Hinge Turnbuckle
Fabricated Hinged Joint Providing Rotation In Two Planes
Combines The Features Of The Turnbuckle With The Hinged Joint
Suitable For Installation In A Confined Space
Higher Installation Costs Compared To Above Solutions
Cardan Joint
Fabricated Hinged Joint Providing Rotation In Two Planes
Provides Rotation In The Vertical And Horizontal Plane To Accommodate Rare Cases Of Both Settlement And Horizontal Movement
Ball Joint
Fabricated Hinged Joint Providing Rotation In Two Planes
Provides Rotation In The Vertical And Horizontal Plane To Accommodate Rare Cases Of Both Settlement And Horizontal Movement