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TermoZ PN 8

The thermal bridge-free ETIC hammerset with GFK nail

The fischer TermoZ PN is ideal for fixing pressure-resistant insulation boards with rendering such as polystyrene boards, Mineral wool boards, wood shaving lightweight panels and PU panels in concrete, aerated concrete, solid and perforated brick securely and without thermal bridges. The European Technical Assessment guarantees a secure hold. The fischer TermoZ PN comprises a grey plug sleeve with attached disc and a plastic nail. The TermoZ PN is set with a hammer. Alongside the small drill hole depth, this saves time and money during installation. The innovative plug shaft and the special geometry of the plastic nail give the plug a secure hold even in solid building materials. The asymmetric expansion element ensures a secure hold even in perforated building materials and unknown subsurface.

Product Description

  • Due to the special architecture of the fixing, small drill hole depths are possible.
  • The crumble zone allows an exact washer penetration.
  • The asymmetric expansion element ensures a perfect anchoring even in hollow and problem substrates.
  • The innovative shank and the special geometry of the nylon nail minimize the failure tendency significant particularly in full substrates.
  • The washer thickness of only 2.5 mm allows thin and economic reinforcement layers.
  • Due to the nylon nail the termoz PN provides nearly no thermal bridging and helps saving energy.
  • Can be combined with insulation retaining washers DT 90, 110 and 140 mm.

Available Product Variants

7 Product variant (s) found

7 Product variant (s) found

Drill diameter


Anchor length


Effect. anchorage depth


Art.-No. 506325

8 [mm]

108 [mm]

35 [mm]

Art.-No. 506326

8 [mm]

128 [mm]

35 [mm]

Art.-No. 506327

8 [mm]

148 [mm]

35 [mm]

Art.-No. 506328

8 [mm]

168 [mm]

35 [mm]

Art.-No. 506329

8 [mm]

188 [mm]

35 [mm]

Art.-No. 506330

8 [mm]

208 [mm]

35 [mm]

Art.-No. 506331

8 [mm]

228 [mm]

35 [mm]

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Application and Permission

  • Attachment of ETICS insulating boards on concrete and masonry
  • Flush-to-surface installation in ETICS insulating materials e.g. polystyrene and mineral wool
Building materials
  • Building material classes A, B, C, D, E
  • Concrete
  • Building brick
  • Solid sand-lime brick
  • Hollow blocks made from lightweight concrete
  • Vertically perforated brick
  • Perforated sand-lime brick
  • Lightweight aggregate concrete
  • Aerated concrete
You can find detailed information on building materials in the registration document.


  • ETA-09/0171
  • DoP 0248
  • DoP No. 0057
  • EPD-FIW-20210314-CBD1-EN
For Details see corresponding Documents

Assembly Instruction

  • Hammerset fixing for the mounting of ETICS-Systems with Polystyrene board or insulation boards in concrete and masonry.
  • Per hammering in the preassembled plastic nail with a hammer the fastener will be fixed in the substrate.
  • Embedment depth of min 35 mm in the substrate is needed.
  • Non load bearing layers such as adhesives and old render are to be included in the required useful length.
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Documents for Downloading

Additional Documents


Title Type Created Valid Till
ETA Certification Document (PDF, 2 MB) European Technical Assessment for fischer termoz PN 8 - Nailed-in plastic anchor for fixing of external thermal insulation composite systems with rendering in concrete and masonry ETA-09/0171 18/03/2016
DOP - Declaration of Performance (PDF, 2 MB) Declaration of Performance for fischer termoz PN 8 DoP 0248 08/01/2021
DOP - Declaration of Performance (PDF, 1 MB) Declaration of Performance for termoz PN 8 DoP No. 0057 30/03/2016
EPD - Environmental Product Declaration (PDF, 932 KB) Environmental Product Declaration for fischer Insulation fixings EPD-FIW-20210314-CBD1-EN 22/02/2022 21/02/2027

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