Sleeve anchor

High-performance anchor with low insertion energy requirement for time-saving mounting


Found 8 products and 137 variants

Found 8 products and 137 variants

High performance anchor FH II-S

High performance anchor FH II-S

Strong, secure and aesthetic for a discreet fixing
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High performance anchor FH II-SK

High performance anchor FH II-SK

Strong, secure and aesthetic for a flush-mounted fixing
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High performance anchor FH II-H

High performance anchor FH II-H

Strong, secure and aesthetic with protruding head for stable and robust fixing
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High performance anchor FH II-B

High performance anchor FH II-B

Strong, secure and aesthetic with washers and nuts for the dismantling option
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High performance anchor FH II-I

High performance anchor FH II-I

Strong, secure and aesthetic with internal thread for the removal option of the attachment
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Internal thread wall bolt (metric)

Internal thread wall bolt (metric)

The cost-effective anchoring solution with internal thread
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Sleeve anchor FSL-B

Sleeve anchor FSL-B

The cost-effective high-performance anchor for push-through installations in non-cracked concrete
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Sleeve anchor FSL-S

Sleeve anchor FSL-S

The cost-effective high-performance anchor for push-through installations in non-cracked concrete
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Sleeve anchor

High-performance anchor with low insertion energy requirement for time-saving mounting

Sleeve anchors are an anchoring solution made from steel and stainless steel for cracked and non-cracked concrete and in applications exposed to seismic loads. The low level of energy required to hammer in the fixings allows for a force-saving mounting process. In addition, the optimum interaction of the screw shank and anchor sleeve enables a high shear load resistance. The drill hole is made, the anchor is hammered in, and the screw is tightened with a controlled torque. The expansion sleeve expands against the wall of the drill hole. The anchors use friction locking to safely introduce the loads into the base material.

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