Concrete Fixings

Fischer SXRL Performance façade fixing

The fischer frame fixing SXRL with up to three anchorage depths is approved for multiple fixings of non-structural systems in concrete, masonry and aerated concrete with the fischer hexagonal safety screw. The SXRL 10 has also an approval for single-point fixing in concrete and the SXRL 14 for the stand for the stand-off installation of façades under a compression load.

In perforated brick masonry, the two expansion zones of the plug apply force evenly; in aerated concrete and solid building materials, they unite to form one long expansion element. This ensures excellent load values. The extensive assortment with diameters of 8, 10 and 14 mm and fixing lengths of up to 290 mm enable diverse applications. The SXRL with hexagonal screw and moulded washer is particularly recommended for fixing metal constructions.

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  • Approvals
  • Building Materials
  • Technical Characteristics
  • Approvals

     

    ETA-07/0121

    DoP No. 0048

    DoP No. 0092

    DoP No. 0152

     

  • Building Materials

     

    Approved for:


    Vertically perforated brick

    Aerated concrete

    Hollow blocks made from lightweight concrete

    Perforated sand-lime brick

    Thermal insulation blocks

    Solid block made from lightweight and normal weight concrete

    Solid brick

    Solid sand-lime brick

    Concrete ≧ C12/15

     

    Also suitable for:

    Natural stone with dense structure

    Solid panel made from gypsum

  • Technical Characteristics

     

    ETA approval that covers the application of wall brackets for Fischer facade subframes and the  multiple fixing of non-loadbearing structure.

     

    Advantages

    A low tightening torque in relation to a very high overtorque during the setting process

    Holds even in porous stones with large cavities and ensures during that it is firmly and securely anchored in the substrate

    A distinct anti-rotation lock that works optimally even in critical building materials

    The unique geometry of the SXR means that it can easily be hammered in without bending

     

    Types of Materials

    Concrete, Solid brick, Solid sand-lime brick, Hollow block made from lightweight concrete, Multilayer composite concrete wall

     

    Main Uses

    Facade and roof substructures made of wood and metal - Railings - Fire protection doors - Facings Cable conduits