1000 Series Strut

A heavy duty modular bracing strut system designed for use with MGF 406 UC and T700 hydraulic bracing systems but can also be used for other applications including propping reinforced concrete piles and capping beams. The complete system can support loads of up to 3500kN and span up to 45.6m unsupported.

  • For use with 2500kN and 3500kN double acting hydraulic strut
  • Suitable for spans of 15.5m to 45.6m
  • Compatible with MGF 406 UC and T700 brace

Technical Specification

Face to Face Dimensions (m) 2500kN Hydraulic 3500kN Hydraulic
Length (mm) Leg Weight (kg) Length (mm) Leg Weight (kg)
Min Max Min Max
16 16500 17300 8220 16000 16600 8090
21 21500 22300 10325 21000 21600 10195
26 26500 27300 12220 26000 26600 12090
31 31500 32300 14115 31000 31600 13985
36 36500 37300 16010 36000 36600 15880
41 41500 42300 18115 41000 41600 17985
45 45500 46300 19820 45000 45600 19690
50* 50500 51300 24446 50000 50600 24316
55* 55500 52300 26916 55000 55600 26786

* Lengths can be achieved using MGF Super 1000 Series

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