Helix Super Spiro Drive Ties and associated products have been used in the building industry for over thirty years.
Helix is constantly developing new products for the building industry.
The design of Helix allows an excellent friction hold as the tie is driven in with a drive tool. As the helix tie is driven by hammer blows it twists as driven in creating a permanent hold.
Helix Insulation Clips
Insulation clips are fitted onto the tie, twist the clips down the tie to secure insulation board.
Helix Drive Tools
Manual or power driven.
• Effectively resists tension while accommodating shear and compression forces.
• Allows for vertical and horizontal movement.
• Accommodates an adjustable insulation clips.
• Has multiple drip points to prevent moisture transfer across the cavity.
• Allows for variation in joint coursing between leaves.
Load the Helix Super Spiro Thin Joint Tie into drive tool barrel, drive in at its desired point of entry.
Fit an insulation clip to secure insulation board.
Helix ties must be built into the bed joint as the outer leaf is laid to meet the embedment specifications.
Placement and location must be in accordance with project specifications.
An engineer must specify the precise embedment positioning of the Helix ties.
Helix ties should be installed by qualified contractors and installation must be approved by the project engineer.
Call Helix Fixings to order Thin Joint Ties
Call us to speak about the Super Spiro Thin Joint Tie solution that we supply for construction projects across the UK and the US from our base in Hertfordshire.