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Ceiling nail FDN II

The installation-friendly push-through anchor for multiple fixings

The fischer ceiling nail FDN II is a zinc-plated steel push-through anchor. The FDN II is approved for multiple anchorings of non-structural systems in concrete. The fischer ceiling nail FDN II is ideal for anchoring wire and nonious hangers for suspended ceilings, ventilation systems, and metal profiles in cracked concrete. The European Technical Approval and classification as per fire resistance class R 120 ensure added safety. The ceiling nail is installed time-saving using a push-through installation and is hammered into the drill hole.

Product Description

Advantages
  • The simple active principle allows for cost-efficient hammerset installation.
  • The new short version FDN II K with reduced anchorage depth ist faster to install and reduces reinforcement hits.
  • The flush-sunk expansion nail signifies the complete expansion of the anchor, and thereby ensures minimum movement when under load.
  • The fischer FDN II can be installed without cleaning of the drill hole.
  • The head embossing offers a simple control of the anchoring, and thus saves time.

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Application and Permission

Applications
  • Wire and Nonius hangers
  • Ventilation systems
  • Slats
  • Metal profiles
  • Perforated tapes
  • Sub-structures made of metal
Building materials
Approved for:
  • Concrete C12/15 to C50/60
  • Concrete C20/25 to C50/60, cracked, for the multiple fixings of non-load-bearing systems
Also suitable for:
  • Natural stone with dense structure
You can find detailed information on building materials in the registration document.

Permission

  • ETA-17/0736
  • DoP No. 0123
  • DoP No. 0123
For Details see corresponding Documents

Assembly Instruction

Functionality
  • The FDN II is suitable for push-through installation.
  • The FDN II ceiling nail is driven into the drill hole with a hammer until it is firmly in position. Do not hit the expansion wedge at this stage.
  • Then, drive the expansion wedge in flush to the nail head. This causes the FDN II to expand against the drill hole wall.
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Documents for Downloading

Approvals

Title Type Created Valid Till
ETA - European Technical Assessment (PDF, 1 MB) ETA-17/0736 30/01/2018
DOP - Declaration of Performance (PDF, 997 KB) DoP No. 0123 06/02/2018
DOP - Declaration of Performance (PDF, 959 KB) DoP No. 0123 06/02/2018

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