RPS-balcony hinges are steel parts used in precast concrete buildings to transfer horizontal loads from balcony slab to the building ﬂoor and at the same time allowing vertical movement of balcony due to temperature changes.
RPS-balcony hinge consists of Rr 30 or Rr 36 lifting anchors installed to the balcony slab before casting and balcony hinge steel part installed to the ﬂoor grouting. These parts are connected with an attachment screw.
The way of connection is different from those of other balcony hinges, there is a connecting plate open of its lower edge, whereby the installation from top down is easy and can be performed without tools.
The connecting anchors of the RPS also operate as the lifting inserts of the balcony slab during the installation of the balcony slab. One end of the steel section is installed at the work site in a connection formed by the connecting anchor, the elevating sleeve and the connecting screw and the other end is fastened to the slabs of the building in connection with the installation of the balcony slabs.
|RPS 30||According to order||100||86||69||27||265||16||79||30||14||35|
|RPS 36||According to order||100||96||74||32||275||16||83||36||14||42|
Materials and standards
|Ordering Code||Shaft Shaft flanges||Standard||Attachment plate
|RPSXX-L||1.4301||SFS-EN 10088||1.4306||SFS-EN 10088
|Rising Socket||Standard||Ajustment Ring||Standard|
Attaching the balcony slab
In the first phase the attachment screw is screwed ro the R lifting anchor through the rising socket and tightened securely.
Attachment screw is locked by damaging the thread before assembly (done at the factory).
Installation of the attachment screw
Attachment screw and rising socket installed
In the second phase the U-shaped attachment plate is placed over the rising socket, behind the attachment screw.