Mobile fastening and support system needs no tools
Austria-headquartered Twong Engineering will use Intertraffic Amsterdam 2014 for the world premiere of the patented and certified Twong mobile fastening and support system with numerous applications in the road and traffic sector. The device is adjustable and can be affixed to practically all common supporting structures such as crash barriers or concrete safety walls.
Its unique design consists of a ‘clamp’ which is tightened by a load securing device, such as a tension belt, in order to support the tubes for the various mounted structures. The patented technology uses a ‘3-point clamping element’ which is linked to a tensioning element. The company says it is virtually impossible for objects to shift or come loose.
Assembly is easy and requires no tools. Further benefits are easy transportation and very high loadbearing capacity. Twong has many different applications, for example, to mount screening walls, dirt screens, notice boards, or light fixtures. It can also be used to secure hazardous areas, to mount traffic signs, traffic control systems and much more. Due to its high versatility, it can be adjusted for use on all common concrete safety barriers and guard rails.
According to Twong Engineering, its device is unique in that there is no other product of its kind on the market that can be mounted without using any tools and without causing damage to the supporting structure by drilling holes or applying other fastening methods. Furthermore, Twong offers flexible height and width adjustment and can therefore be mounted on all common structures.