How is it's static structure

Natural and imposed loads

affect the ReBLOCK system

Vertical loads from:

- The roof construction itself

- Snow on top of the roof

- Wind suction

Vertical loads will causes the wall to collapse or lift up.

This is counteracted

by these facts:

Vertical loads from above are distributed through the vertical columns in the hinge components within the ReBLOCK system.

The imposed load from the roof structure itself and the mechanically tensioned roof anchors integrated into the ReBLOCK system prevent wind suction from lifting the system from its location.

Horizontal loads from:

- Wind pressure

- Wind suction

Horizontal loads will cause the wall to bend.

This is counteracted

by these facts:

 

The imposed load from the roof structure itself causes a compressing effect on the wall, thus stiffening it and:

The mechanically tensioned roof anchors fixating wall sections as firm columns prevents it from bending.

Shear loads from:

- Wind pressure

- Wind suction

Shear loads will cause the wall to tilt laterally.

This is counteracted

by these facts:

 

Wind pressure or wind suction on wall surfaces can cause a load transfer to adjacent walls.


The ReBLOCK system's half-bond building pattern causes its back and front panels to interlock with neighboring components, thus creating a perpendicular and contiguous surface counteracting the load transfer, and thus preventing a laterally tilt.

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