Stourflex is proud to introduce framo secondary steel solutions

Here at Stourflex we appreciate the need for evolution in secondary steel support. Stourflex and our partners have identified current problems facing Secondary Steel solutions including,
  • Excessive waste by modification.
  • Weight is high performance is poor.
  • Logistics are outdated and inefficient.
  • A hot works facility is required.

Through extensive research, design and development a product has been developed to remove all these issues.

What is FRAMO?

Framo is available in 4 profiles

A versatile, multi functional support system that offers maximum flexibility using a compact range of off-the-shelf components.

Combine Framo with guides for the Managment of thermal expansion
  • Light weight High Quality Steel from only 5.1kg per meter.
  • Easily adjustable connections.
  • Uses thread forming shake proof fastening.
A single bolt for all connection possibilities

FRAMO has a wide range of benefits

  • Products are reusable, reducing wastage.
  • Strong and light weight, reducing tonnage of required steel and saving space.
  • Non welded, reducing labour costs and helping with site safety.
  • Items available from stock giving minimal lead times.

And there’s more…..

FRAMO is compatible with Stourflex’s existing anchors and guides range.

Stourflex can produce designs to suit individual sites along with the associated static/volumetric calculations to complete a technical submittal.

FRAMO will provide solutions for pipe, duct and cable containment support and the load bearings of chillers, AHU, generators and plant.

Ask us about how to streamline on-site assembly with a flat-packed solution!
Specialists in Pipe Expansion, Anti-Vibration, Air Dirt Separation, Pipe Support and Plant Room Packages

Tel: 01384 393329

info@stourflex.co.uk

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Stewart Haydon
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Nigel Thompson/Jake Lyons Sikla UK Ltd

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