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Concrete screw with large pan head W-BS/S
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Concrete screw with large pan head W-BS/S

Extra-large contact surface specifically designed for fastening mounting rails in concrete, zinc-plated steel

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  • Extremely flexible to use due to three anchoring depths

  • Extra-large pan head with large contact surface

  • Fastening can be adjusted up to twice after installation, for example in order to align anchor plates or rails (please refer to the assembly guide)

  • High loads

  • Smallest axial and edge clearance due to very low expansion effect

  • Very fast and easy assembly and immediately load-bearing
Notice

When installing with a tangential impact screwdriver, the recommended maximum rated torque must be observed.

European Technical Assessment ETA-16/0043 for fixing point, option 1, cracked and non-cracked concrete:


  • Static and quasi-static effects (∅6)

  • Seismic effect, performance category C1 (∅6)

  • Fire resistance R30, R60, R90, R120


European Technical Assessment ETA-16/0128 for anchors in a redundant non-structural system:


  • Cracked and non-cracked concrete, (∅6)

  • Hollow-core prestressed concrete ceilings C30/37 - C50/60, (∅6)

  • Fire resistance R30, R60, R90, R120


Fire resistance rating when exposed to fire according to the uniform temperature time curve in masonry (Mz, KSL, KS), and reinforced concrete - expert report no. 2101/173/18 - 2018