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Chemical Fixings

FISCHER Injection cartridge FIS V


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Approvals:

* European Technical Approval Option 7 in combination with threaded rods FIS A or RG M for non-cracked concrete
* Building supervisory approval (DIBt) in combination with injection anchor sleeve FIS H K and injection anchor parts FIS A or FIS E for solid, perforated and hollow bricks (solid bricks also without anchor sleeves)
* Building supervisory approval (DIBt) for aerated concrete in combination with cone drill PBB centring sleeve PBZ and threaded rod FIS A.
* The FIS V also has building supervisory approval (DIBt) for rebar
connections. * Building supervisory approval (DIBt) for VBS 8 facing refurbishment anchor
* Building supervisory approval (DIBt) for weather bowl refurbishment system

For fixing of:

* Steel constructions
* Railings
* Hand-rails
* Consoles
* Ladders
* Machines
* Cable trays
* Staircases
* Gates
* Facades
* Window elements
* High racks
* Canopies
* Stand-off installations

Description:

* Styrene-free, quick-curing high-performance hybrid mortar (contains vinylester resin and cement).
* Resin and cement as well as water and hardener are stored in two separate chambers and are not mixed and activated until pushed through the static mixer.
* Partially-used cartridges can easily be reused by changing the static mixer.
* FIS VW 300 T can be pressed out in a standard silicone dispenser.

Advantages/Benefits:

* High-performance hybrid mortar for highest loads in almost all building materials.
* Universal fixing system for a broad range of applications on building sites.
* Expansion-free anchoring allows low spacings and edge distances.
* Extensive range of accessories for a wide variety of applications.
* Ergonomic application guns for quick and easy installation.
* A variety of approvals cover many applications in nearly all building material and guarantee maximum safety.



  • Model: FIS V









This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 11 February, 2010.