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RIGID CONNECTION DEVICES

ATLANTE Rigid Connection Devices link two structural elements without transmitting bending moments and vertical loads.

 

This category of devices includes ATLANTE Permanent Connection Devices (APCDs) and ATLANTE Temporary Connection Devices (ATCDs).

 

ATLANTE Permanent Connection Devices (APCDs) provide steady restraint in one or two horizontal directions accommodate rotations and vertical displacements, i.e. do not transmit bending moments and vertical loads.

 

The device which restrains the movements in one direction only is referred to a movable connection device (APCD-G), while the device which restrains the movements in two directions is defined as fixed connection device (APCD-F).

 

ATLANTE Temporary Connection Devices (ATCDs) are anti-seismic units whose output is an axial force that depends on imposed velocity; their principle of functioning consists of exploiting the reaction force of a viscous fluid forced to flow through an orifice in order to provide a very stiffed dynamic connection, whilst for low velocity applied loads the reaction is negligible.

 

ATCDs can be combined with ATLANTE structural bearings and even compact assembled together with them.

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ATLANTE is proud to announce that AGM® special sliding material made of fluoropolymer has successfully completed a long term friction test over an accumulated slide path of 50000 m in accordance with EAD 050009-00-0301.

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