Standard Concrete Lintels
Our standard prestressed concrete lintel has been a staple part of British housebuilding for over 50 years. Using bespoke machinery at our Leicestershire site, stressline concrete lintels are the benchmark in prestressed structural building products. Our standard lintels are designed to support a variety of loads including masonry, timber floor loads, roof loads, concrete floor loads and much more.
The prestressed concrete lintel is a cost effective and flexible solution to support load bearing walls and a number of types and sizes are available as standard. Our most common variants are the Stressline R15 which has dimensions of 100 x 140mm, the Stressline R22 at 215 x 100mm, the RW22 at 215 x 140mm, and of course the 100 x 65, naturally measuring 100 x 65mm.
All of our lintels are available at various lengths starting at 600mm. For more information on prestressed concrete lintel sizes and prices please download the brochure section below. For the full brochure you can download it from our downloads page.
For further information on lintel specification, installation, product quality, standards, and much more, please see our FAQ section on the concrete lintel page.
Stressline standard prestressed concrete lintels are designed to support:
The standard prestressed lintels are cost-effective and very versatile. Most can be reversed, and concrete can be cut to length on site.
They are also easy to install and can be used for a variety of applications. These include internal partitions, external cavity walls, garages, and over services.
Lintels sizes range from 100 x 65mm through to 214 x 140mm. We can also schedule and deliver in house plots.
Prestressed concrete lintel load span tables
To download our standard prestressed concrete load span tables, please click the button below. This brochure section has details of our standard concrete lintels only. To download the full brochure, please navigate to our downloads page. For more information on our standard concrete prices, please contact your local ASM – you can see who that is on our ‘who to contact’ page or email us directly.