Grouted tie for stabilising solid masonry

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€ 41.03 EUR
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Main Purpose

Grouted tie for stabilising solid masonry


CemTie is a versatile, fully grouted, remedial tie used to stabilise all forms of solid masonry, secure failed lintels and brick rings, reconnect separated internal and external building walls and repair parapets.


  • Stabilising solid or rubble filled walls
  • Reinstating failed lintels (when combined with Helibeam techniques)
  • Securing multi-layer brick rings in bridges, tunnels and arches
  • Reconnecting separated internal and external building walls
  • Securing delaminated masonry
  • Repairing and securing cornices and decorative fascias
  • Securing parapet walls and copings


  • Grade 304 (1.4301) or 316 (1.4401)stainless steel tie up to 1m long as standard
  • Quick, easy, non-disruptive installation
  • Tie and grout installed simultaneously
  • Ideal for overhead installations
  • Highly cost-effective masonry stabilisation technique
  • Much quicker and simpler than alternative methods
  • Fully concealed for sympathetic repairs
  • CemTie plus HeliBond grout produces great tensile strength
  • Flexible to allow normal structural movements