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Helifix

Structural Repair

Manufacturers of helical wall ties, fixings & masonry repair systems.
 

Helifix products and their concealed, non-disruptive, installation techniques play an important role in preserving our built environment, from housing, offices, factories and bridges to churches, listed buildings and heritage structures. Wherever possible, repair and refurbishment is increasingly seen as a more sustainable option than demolition in terms of architectural value, materials usage, overall cost and environmental impact.
 

With an enviable reputation for product quality, engineering excellence and comprehensive customer service, Helifix has considerable experience and technical expertise. It prides itself on possessing the necessary in-house skills to undertake all aspects of any project including advice and support, on-site back-up and high quality designed repairs using innovative, non-disruptive, concealed installation techniques.

Our Products

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BowTie

BowTie is a long stainless steel retrofit helical tie used for stabilizing bowing / bulging walls, without any external plates, by securing and anchoring them to internal floor and ceiling joists.

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CemTie

CemTie is a versatile, fully grouted, remedial helical tie used to stabilize all forms of solid masonry, secure failed lintels and brick rings,

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DryFix

Alkali-free stripping agent, removes graffiti and paint

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HeliBar

Helical stainless steel reinforcing bar, with substantial tensile properties, used for strengthening and stabilizing masonry in both new build and remedial situations.

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HeliBond Grout

HeliBond is an injectable, non-shrink, thixotropic, cementitious grout that rapidly develops compressive strength.

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Helifix Crack Stitching Kit

Helifix Crack Stitching Kit - Provides everything you need for quick repairs and stabilizes cracked masonry.

 
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