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Masonry support systems - best practice sheets

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UPDATE

Two new best practice information sheets have been published for the specification and site use of stainless-steel masonry support systems.

These systems typically consist of shelf and bracket angles, commonly used methods for the storey-height support of brickwork and other masonry from framed building structures.

The two sheets, SCI-P297 and SCI-P298, give guidance for contractors and specifiers respectively.

Both have been issued by the Masonry Support Information Group and are available from the Steel Construction Institute at Silwood Park, Ascot, Berks (tel: 01344 623345).

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