Closed Eave Steel Lintels
Stressline’s closed eave steel lintels are designed for one purpose. They are designed specifically where there is an opening in a cavity wall, but no load from one leaf. The only ‘real-life’ application is closed eaves. If you look at the load span tables you will notice that for eaves applications you would apply a ratio of 19:1.
Our eaves lintels are available for cavity sizes of 50mm, 90mm and 130mm as standard. Each cavity size lintel has HD, XHD (extra heavy duty) and WIL (wide inner leaf) variants, please see our steel lintel load tables for more information.
Stressline eaves lintels are available at various lengths starting at 600mm, typically going up to 3000mm for most variants. For more information on closed eave steel lintel sizes and prices please download the brochure section below. For the full brochure you can download it from our downloads page.
Stressline closed eave steel lintels are designed to support:
Heavy duty box section lintels (E HD and E XHD) are designed to support:
Closed eave lintels are available in 3 cavity sizes – 50mm, 90mm, and 130mm. Standard, HD and XHD variants are available in wide inner leaf format.
Closed eave lintels are available in 150mm increments and the curtain brackets an open back lintels can be easily fixed without the need for timber battens.
Whilst they are specifically designed for eave applications, they are suitable for a variety of cavity wall constructions, have excellent thermal efficiency and a built-in plaster key – perforated base plate to inner flange.
Loads on eaves HD and XHD type lintels can be applied directly to the box section, without the aid of another course of blockwork.
Closed eave steel lintel load span tables
To download our closed eave steel lintel load span tables, please click the button below. This brochure section has details of our closed eave steel lintels only. To download the full brochure, please navigate to our downloads page. For more information on our steel lintel prices, please download our price guide or contact your local ASM – you can see who that is on our ‘who to contact’ page or email us directly.