The economical hammerset plug - easy and quick fixing of threaded rods
Threaded rod plug RodForce FGD
The fischer threaded rod plug RodForce FGD is an economical hammerset solution for fixing standard threaded rods in solid building materials. The nylon plug can be hammered-in easily and quickly using a hammer without special tools. The short plug length prevents reinforcement hits and reduces drilling effort. The visible edge of the plug serves as visual setting check and guarantees a correct setting. The closed plug tip is used to check the setting depth as a stop point. This predetermined break point also allows the threaded rod to be hammered-in deeper.
The innovative plug geometry allows quick and easy installation of the threaded rod with a few hammer blows.
The short plug length prevents reinforcement hits and guarantees a secure utilization in reinforced concrete.
The teeth inside the plug allow standard, metric threads to be held: This saves a large assortment of stud screws.
Installation without special tools: The only thing needed to set the plug is a hammer.Visible edge of the plug serves as visual setting check and guarantees correct setting.
The visible edge of the plug serves as visual setting check and guarantees correct setting.
Easy to check and adjust: To check the setting depth, the closed plug tip is used as a stop point. This predetermined break point also allows the threaded rod to be hammered-in deeper.
Application and approval
Suspension for individual pipes
Plumbing and heating fixings
Cable and pipe clips
Solid sand-lime brick
You can find detailed information on building materials in the registration document.
When hammering-in the threaded rod, the plug expands in four directions as a result of the conical inner geometry.
The plug is set using pre-positioned installation and this is possible in two different ways: Pre-installation of the threaded rods in the plug with both being hammered into the wall together or pre-inserting of the RodForce into the drill hole followed by hammering-in of the threaded rod.
The teeth inside the plug mechanically interlock the metric thread securely with the threaded rod.
The unique elements on the outside of the plug brace against the wall of the drill hole.