Concrete Fixings

Ejot JC6-KB Stainless Steel Concrete Screw

A4 Stainless steel bi-metallic

Hex head concrete screw with superior corrosion resistance in environmental classifications C1 up to C4.

ETA option for cracked and non-cracked concrete.

Typical applications include Facade scaffolds, temporary fastening, cable racks, hand rails, battens and formworks.

 

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  • Approvals

     

    Ejot JC6-KB Stainless Steel Concrete Screw

    ETA Option 1

    ETA-21/0352

    ETA-21/0351

    R120 Fire Resistance

  • Building Materials

     

    Building materials
    Approved for:

    Concrete C20/25 to C50/60, cracked and non-cracked

     

    Also suitable for:
    Concrete C12/15

    Concrete C80/95 (classification available)

     

  • Technical Characteristics

    • The main fastener body and head are made of A4 316 grade austenitic stainless steel. The lead threads are made of hardened carbon steel. These elements are uniquely welded together.
    • Galvanized zinc-plated steel
    • ETA: Option 1 Cracked and non-cracked concrete
    • Thread sizes: M6, M8, M10, M12
    • Lengths from 67mm to 150mm available
    • Hexagon head with flange
    • Enhanced corrosion resistance for more demanding applications
    • Easy to distinguish through its gold marking
    • The design also includes ‘anti-back-out’ serrations, providing much greater grip into metal fixture materials such as aluminium.
    • Self-tapping approved screw anchor for push-trough installation
    • No expansion therefore small edge and centre distances possible
    • Completely removable
    • Suitable for indoor and outdoor use
    • This innovation ensures the screws are highly effective but also as easy to use

    Applications:

    Suitable for outdoor settings and is approved for environmental classifications ranging from C1 up to C4, in accordance with BS EN 12944. This includes 'severe industry characterised by fall out and emissions of stacks, sulphur and acid smells' and encompasses plant buildings immediately under stacks as well as buildings with a high internal humidity and /or corrosion from operations within. That category also includes severe marine areas between 100 and 300m inland from the shore.