One of the biggest advantages of screw-only connections is the fact that these connections are almost invisible. However, this is also possible with our concealed connectors, namely the SXHCC, which is used for connecting wooden secondary beams to concrete or masonry as well as to steel. The aluminum connector consists of two parts, one of which is attached to the secondary beam and the other to the concrete/masonry or steel. The tapered sliding surfaces create a permanently tight and load-bearing connection when the secondary beam is inserted, which can also be released easily and as often as required at any time. In contrast to the SXHC (for wood/wood connections), the SXHCC has two large holes in the carrier plate, which can be used to fasten it in the solid substrate using dowels, anchor bolts or concrete screws. Via metric screws, a load-bearing connection also works on steel structures.What this means for you: Visually sophisticated and heavy-duty girder connections can also be produced in solid building materials and steel with just a few work steps- the load-bearing capacity is thus increased flexibly and easily.