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Compression Bearing

Calenberg Compression Bearing is an unreinforced elastomeric bearing with smooth contact surfaces in compression. It is made of viscoelastic, ozone resistant elastomeric material with a Shore hardness A = 65 ± 5.

Specific investigation for classification into the bearing class 2 according to DIN 4141 part 3 was carried out by the Material Testing Authority, Hanover - an accredited certification authority in accordance with the federal building regulation.

Application

For structural members subject to predominantly static loading

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Supply Calenberg Compression Bearing, an unreinforced homogeneous elastomeric bearing according to DIN 4141, part 3, bearing class 2, can be loaded to an average compressive stress of up to 5 N/mm², depending on size, general building authority test certificate no. P-852.0290-6.

General

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Point bearing enclosed in polystyrene / Ciflamon (F 90/120)

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Strip bearing enclosed in polystyrene / Ciflamon (F 90/120)

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Technical Data

Bearing thickness

  • 5 mm
  • 10 mm
  • 15 mm
  • 20 mm

Maximum compressive stress

  • up to 5 N/mm²,
    depending on size


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