Concrete Lintels Specifications
British Standards and Design
The design of Naylor Prestressed Lintels complies with BS8110:part 1: 1997: Section 4.
Naylor Lintels are Manufactured in accordance with BSEN845 part 2: 2003.
Materials used in the manufacture of Naylor Prestressed Lintels comply with BSEN206 and BS8500. The prestressing wire complies with BS5896.
Naylor Lintels have a low water absorption and as a result of the quality controlled hi spec dense concrete mix used in their manufacture, they can be used underground providing that the ends of the units are encased in a minimum of 45mm of mortar to the ends of the reinforcing strands.
All Naylor Lintels are wet cast and have a concrete strength of 50 N/mm2 and are suitable to accept fixings providing that the tendons contained inside the unit remain undamaged.
All fire rated Lintels produced by Naylor Lintels comply with BS8110:table 4.3:secton 2:1985.
All L-Strip are manufactured from steel complying with BSEN10025 with a minimum yield stress of 275n/mm2. Zinc coating is galvanised to BS2989z2. Stainless Steel L-Strip is also produced, conforming to grade 304:S15:BS1449:Part 2.
Compliance with Building
Regulations Part L and Part E
Implementation of the amendments to part E and L of the Building Regulations came into force in 2002. Amongst the new measures it is required that the thermal bridging and fabric insulation be improved (part L) and the resistance to sound reverberation, especially at low frequencies, required (Part E) be increased.
Compliance with the new regulations can easily be achieved using our Hi-Spec range of lintels.
Scope of manufacture
Lintels can be manufactured to lengths up to 6000mm dependant upon the section size.
Lintels can also be cast with inserts, channels and fixings.
Specials can be made any shape or size to a maximum weight of 4 tonnes, 8000mm length and 2000mm width.