Macalloy offer two types of compression struts. The Architectural Strut Range and the Standard Compression Strut System. The Architectural Strut is offered with either: galvanised, stainless or carbon steel finish. In contrast the Standard Compression Strut system is also available as galvanised and carbon steel options, or alternatively it can also be primed. Download our brochures below for more information. Alternatively you can contact us; the details can be found at the bottom of this page.
The Macalloy Architectural Compression Strut provides an aesthetically pleasing long taper end to each of the compression struts. The architectural system uses the same fork end system as the Macalloy tension bar and cable systems, thus allowing for successful combination of all three systems.
The Architectural Compression Strut comes complete with an adjustable lock collar that provides a seamless link between the fork end and the strut. Macalloy offer the compression struts in both stainless and carbon steel.
Macalloy adjustable compression struts are available in all major CHS diameters from 33.7mm to 323.9mm.
Within the adjustable compression strut range there are 2 products: the Macalloy Architectural Compression Strut and the Macalloy Standard Compression Strut:
The Macalloy Architectural Compression Strut has a long, sleek, taper finish to the CHS and a locking collar which hides the thread used to connect the fork.
The Macalloy Standard Compression Strut provides a cost effective alternative with a shorter taped end and no locking collar.
For further details including compressive capacities, CHS Diameters and thicknesses, levels of adjustment and component dimensions please download the Macalloy Compression Struts brochure.
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Macalloy is proud to have been involved in 4 of the stadiums due to host FIFA Worldcup games in Russia. Pictured is Mordovia Arena in Saransk. Macalloy has provided galvanised M48 tension bars, turnbuckles and connection discs to help support the roof. The first match their will be held on 16th June.
Arc by Crown, are luxury apartments in Sydney, Australia, designed by globally renowned architect Koichi Takada. Residents will enjoy panoramic views from the two glass steel towers that soar high into the Sydney skyline. Over 300 Macalloy Stainless 520 M42 Tendons have been used to help support the roof.
Macalloy can provide support for installation and stressing of all our products. Site services support includes equipment hire, training of site personnel to install and tension bars and on site installation.