Naylor Specialist Lintels
London Lintels are the UK’s largest stockist of Naylor concrete lintels and the only stockist of Ultrafire!
Hi-Spec Concrete Lintels
The Hi-Spec range or high strength range is the backbone of Naylor Concrete and the construction industry. The Hi-Spec lintel is one of the most specified lintel ranges in the country. The method of manufacture gives a high performance prestressed concrete unit designed for use in plastered situations.
This range can also be used as ground beams being able to be used directly off pad foundations saving you time and money and if used in conjunction with steel lintels can comply with part E:2002 and Par L:2002 to solve thermal bridging and acoustic problems. All units are prestressed to ensure optimum performance and come with 30 minutes fire rating as standard.
Fair Faced Concrete Lintels
A range of lintels with the same performance and fire rating as the standard Hi-Spec range but with a smooth, consistent colour finish. Finish – Type C Fair Faced finish. All corners and arrises and faces on the lintel are perfect.
Fire-Spec Concrete Lintels
The Naylor fire specification range is a Hi-Spec unit but with the added benefit of increased fire protection.
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The design of Naylor Prestressed Lintels complies with BS8110:part 1: 1997: Section 4.
Naylor Lintels conform to BSEN845 part 2: 2013.
Materials used in the manufacture of Naylor Prestressed Lintels comply with BSEN206:2013 and BS8500-1:2015. The prestressing wire complies with BS5896:2012.
Naylor Lintels have a low water absorption and as a result of the quality-controlled hi-spec dense concrete mix used in their manufacture, they can be used underground providing that the ends of the units are encased in a minimum of 45mm of mortar to the ends of the reinforcing strands.
All Naylor Lintels are wet cast and have a concrete strength of 50 kN/mm2. They are suitable to accept fixings providing that the tendons contained inside the unit remain undamaged.
All fire rated lintels produced by Naylor Lintels comply with BS8110: table 4.3: section 2: 1985.
All L-Strip’s are manufactured from steel complying with BS EN10025 with a minimum yield stressed of 275 N/mm2. Zinc coating is galvanised to BS2929z2. Stainless Steel L-Strip’s are also produced conforming to grade 304:S15:BS1449: Part 2.
Implementation of the amendments to part E and L of the Building Regulations came into force in 2002. Amongst the new measures it is required that the thermal bridging and fabric insulation be improved (part L) and the resistance to sound reverberation, especially at low frequencies, (Part E) be increased.
Compliance with the new regulations can easily be achieved using our range of lintels.
Lintels can be manufactured to lengths up to 4800mm dependant upon the section size. Lintels can also be cast with inserts and channels. Please speak to our technical department for assistance.
All units are pre-stressed to ensure optimum performance and come with 30 minutes fire rating as standard. Available in 18 different section sizes and lengths available from 450-4800mm on certain section sizes. Due to additives and concrete strength, these units are suitable for use below ground.
Faced Fire Range
A range of lintels with the same fire resistance properties as the Fire-Spec range but with the same finish as the Fair Faced units designed to be used in fair faced, paint grade and blockwork situations. Type C fair faced, all corners and arrises and faces on lintels are perfect.
A range of lintels with the same performance and fire rating as the standard Hi-spec range but with a smooth, consistent colour finish. Type C fair faced finish. All corners and arrises and faces on the lintel are perfect.
A range of lintels with enhanced fire resistance, 140mm wide units can achieve 90 minutes, 190mm and 215mm wide units can achieve 120 minutes fire resistance. All units comply with BS8110-2 1985. Ex-steel mould finish and made from wet cast concrete. For use in normally plastered situations, not exposed situations.