CT Caps Inside

The CT-Plug is ideal to create a chamber by sealing off the channels where a lifting anchor is to be mounted. Or use the CT-Plug as end cap for hollow core precast decks. Used as end cap the CT-Plug must be inserted when the concrete is in its wet/moist state

CT-plugs – with lifting anchor

  • use CT-plugs when lifting anchors are mounted in precast hollow core slabs
  • make a hole through the concrete where the lifting anchor is to be positioned
  • a CT-plug is fixed in either side of the chamber
  • liquid concrete is poured into the chamber to fill the hole
  • fix the the anchor with a recess former, fx the CT-AnchorBase and mount in the concrete
  • if a CT-AnchorBase is used as the recess former it remains in the concrete after the dry-out period
  • during wet and cold periods ice might occur in the recess around the lifting anchor – remove it easily with a gentle hit with a hammer
  • standard colour black
  • can be delivered in various strength
  • made in recycled PP (PolyPropylene)


CT-Plug 22sis

For decks 215mm/220mm

Preparing for inserting a lifting anchor, a hole must be made through the concrete deck to the core channel. In either side of the chamber a CT-plug is inserted at the appropriate depth into the channel. The chamber is then filled up with liquid concrete. The CT-plug will stop the concrete flow when reaching the CT-plug. The lifting anchor is fixed to a recess former, fx the CT-AnchorBase, and inserted in the concrete.


CT-Plug 27sis

For decks 265mm/270mm

Preparing for inserting a lifting anchor, a hole must be made through the concrete deck to the core channel. In either side of the chamber a CT-plug is inserted at the appropriate depth into the channel. The chamber is then filled up with liquid concrete. The CT-plug will stop the concrete flow when reaching the CT-plug. The lifting anchor is fixed to a recess former, fx the CT-AnchorBase, and inserted in the concrete.


CT-Plug 32sis

Preparing for inserting a lifting anchor, a hole must be made through the concrete deck to the core channel. In either side of the chamber a CT-plug is inserted at the appropriate depth into the channel. The chamber is then filled up with liquid concrete. The CT-plug will stop the concrete flow when reaching the CT-plug. The lifting anchor is fixed to a recess former, fx the CT-AnchorBase, and inserted in the concrete.


CT-Plug 32sis Plus

4 channels

Preparing for inserting a lifting anchor, a hole must be made through the concrete deck to the core channel. In either side of the chamber a CT-plug is inserted at the appropriate depth into the channel. The chamber is then filled up with liquid concrete. The CT-plug will stop the concrete flow when reaching the CT-plug. The lifting anchor is fixed to a recess former, fx the CT-AnchorBase, and inserted in the concrete.


CT-Plug 40sis

Preparing for inserting a lifting anchor, a hole must be made through the concrete deck to the core channel. In either side of the chamber a CT-plug is inserted at the appropriate depth into the channel. The chamber is then filled up with liquid concrete. The CT-plug will stop the concrete flow when reaching the CT-plug. The lifting anchor is fixed to a recess former, fx the CT-AnchorBase, and inserted in the concrete.


CT-Plug 40sis Plus

4 channels

Preparing for inserting a lifting anchor, a hole must be made through the concrete deck to the core channel. In either side of the chamber a CT-plug is inserted at the appropriate depth into the channel. The chamber is then filled up with liquid concrete. The CT-plug will stop the concrete flow when reaching the CT-plug. The lifting anchor is fixed to a recess former, fx the CT-AnchorBase, and inserted in the concrete.