New EN 1992-4

What does it mean for structural and civil engineers and planners?

Everything in one document

The main advantage of the new standard is that it compiles the design of various fastening systems and action categories into one key document. Therefore, the standard applies to both, the design of insertion parts (anchor channels and headed fasteners) as well as the design of post-installed fastenings (metal expansion anchors, undercut anchors, concrete anchors, bonded anchors and bonded expansion anchors).

New standard EN 1992-4 - What does it mean for structural engineers, civil engineers and planners?

Ever since spring 2019, the new standard EN 1992-4 has been in force throughout Europe for the design of concrete fixings. fischer's whitepaper tells you everything you need to know at a glance:  

  • What are the 5 most important changes and what do they mean for your work?
  • Has DIN EN 1992-4 already been introduced by the building authorities?
  • How do you proceed with calculations which were carried out before the new standard was introduced - and where does the new standard show a different result?
  • Why should you pay particular attention when designing bonded anchors under permanent load?
  • Which programs do you use to create designs in accordance with the standard?
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