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Render fixing DIPK

The cost-effective drive anchor with plastic nail

The fischer render fixing DIPK is ideal for securely fixing pressure-resistant insulation up to 160 mm thick such as polystyrene boards, wood wool lightweight panels and PU panels in concrete, solid and perforated brick. When using solid building materials, the GFK nail has to be shortened at the tapered breakage point. The render fixing DIPK comprises a white plug sleeve with attached disc and a glass-fibre reinforced plastic nail. The DIPK is inserted using a hammer. This saves time and money. The glass-fibre-reinforced plastic nail reduces the heat transmission and prevents marks on the plaster surface.

Product Description

  • The glass-fibre-reinforced plastic nail (GRP nail) reduces the heat transmission and prevents marks on the plaster surface.
  • The simple hammerset installation allows for a quick installation process and thus reduces workload.
  • The well-proven design with low anchorage depth reduces the amount of drilling required, thus achieving a high level of efficiency.
  • The DIPK can be used universally in rear-ventilated curtain façades, as well as in plaster façades.

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Application and Permission

To fix pressure-resistant insulating materials in façades, such as:
  • Polystyrene boards
  • Light building boards made of wood wool
  • Cork boards / coir matting
  • PU panels
Building materials
  • Concrete
  • Hollow blocks made from lightweight concrete
  • Vertically perforated brick
  • Perforated sand-lime brick
  • Solid sand-lime brick
  • Natural stone with dense structure
  • Solid brick
You can find detailed information on building materials in the registration document.

Assembly Instruction

  • Non-bearing layers, such as adhesive and/or old render, are to be included in the anchor's useful length.
  • The DIPK is set in push-through installation using a hammer.
  • In solid materials the GRP nail needs to be shortened at the predetermined breaking point.
  • Driving the nail into the anchor shaft causes the DIPK to expand in the base material.
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