The FBN II achieves maximum load-bearing capacity with standard anchorage depth. This means: fewer fixing points and smaller anchor plates.
If the reduced anchorage depth is used, then this lowers the drill hole depth and simplifies installation.
Component tolerances are balanced out with the long thread. In addition, FBN II is also suitable for stand-off installations. This increases flexibility.
Simple assembly due to few taps and minimal slippage.
Prednosti / Opis proizvoda
The cost-efficient fixing for flexible use in non-cracked concrete.
The standard anchorage depth achieves the maximum load-bearing capacities. Thus fewer fixing points and smaller anchor plates are required.
The reduced anchorage depth reduces the drill hole depth. This minimises the amount of time needed for installation whilst increasing flexibility.
The long thread balances component tolerances and allows for stand-off installations, thus increasing flexibility.
Few hammer blows and the minimal torque slippage allow for a noticeably simpler installation.
The drive-in pin protects the thread from damage, and thus ensures a faster installation and dismantling of the attachment.
The fischer bolt anchor FBN II is a steel anchor for cost-effective fixings in non-cracked concrete. Due to the long thread and the two anchorage depths, the fischer bolt anchor FBN II can be used in a particularly flexible manner. The bolt anchor is also suitable for stand-off installation as well as pre-positioned and in push-through installation. The zinc-plated steel version of the bolt anchor is suitable for fixing railings, cable trays, and consoles in internal areas.
Prijava i odobrenje
Concrete C20/25 to C50/60, non-cracked
Also suitable for:
Natural stone with dense structure
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DoP No. 0192
Uputstvo za montažu
The FBN II is suitable for pre-positioned and push-through installation; also suitable for stand-off installation under certain conditions.
Prior to installation, place the hexagon nut in the optimal position (the drive-in pin projects by approx. 3 mm out of the hexagon nut).
When applying the torque, the cone bolt is pulled into the expansion clip and expands it against the drill hole wall.
The head embossing offers a simple control of the anchoring.
In the case of series installation, we recommend using the FABS bolt anchor setting tool.