The components have a novel form which is able to contact at least one of the upper or lower reinforcement layers within the concrete ceiling. This contact can be arranged in different ways.
The core of the concept is based on plane components, which have recesses, for example slots or L-shaped extensions which protrude over one of the or lower upper reinforcement layers.
Based on this concept the mounting parts can be fixed by hanging them into the upper or lower reinforcement layer and fixing their other side with a simple rotation into the reinforcement bars of the other layer. Fuse members secure these mounting parts which have been inserted into the upper or the lower reinforcement layer against slipping or sliding out. Alternatively, dowels or other closure elements can be utilised at the circular recesses. Another practical embodiment is the direct connection of the upper and lower reinforcement by two S-shaped telescoped mounting parts.
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