Facade Anchor

About Façade Anchors

Facade anchors are plastic anchors used accordingly for multiple structural fastenings or embedding of non-supporting structures. The anchors are suitable for all growing substrates and are distinguished by specifically developed expansion zones.

Facade anchors are used for binding the concrete to objects or structures. Facade anchors consist of a threaded end, to which the external load can be connected to a nut and washer. These anchors are designed to mount on a range of base materials, from concrete and brick to hollow and grouted CMU, easily and securely. Even in the most demanding structural applications, they offer optimum performance.

Technical Data

  1. SDP-KB-10G

It is used for repairing metal parts, brackets, and aerated concrete blocks where there is a need for greater mechanical efficiency.

  • Properties
  • Hexagon head with flange
  • Facade double-stage screw anchor
  • Reliable form-fitting in the substratum thanks to integrated expansion zones
  • High load efficiency
  • Available with steel screws or stainless steel screws
  • Product recognition through specific sleeve colors
  • Other Characteristics
  • Diameter: 10 mm
  • Engine: A / F13/T40
  • Drive loop depth t: 80 mm
  • Drive depth / A / F13/T40
  • SDF KB 10V

Used for the construction of solid concrete, blockwork, and brick metal.

  • Properties
  • Anchor with embedding depth of 40 mm in concrete
  • Two installation depths (embedding in 50 mm maçonnery)
  • Short expansion part for extremely fast installation
  • Optimal expansion part due to radial expansion
  • High bending moment
  • Double torsion protection lock for secure installation
  • Other Characteristics
  • Diameter: 10 mm
  • Floor depth in concrete h1.1: = 50 mm
  • Floor depth in concrete: = 40 mm
  • Floor depth in masonry h1.2: = 60 mm
  • Floor depth in masonry: = 50 mm
  • Floor diameter d0: 10 mm
  • Floor diameter df: = 10.5 mm
  • Floor Drive: A / F13/T400
  • SDF S 10H

Used for construction of solid concrete, blockwork and brick metal, and timber components. This anchor is also built for lightweight concrete and perforated brickwork.

  • Properties
  • Available in carbon steel, plated with zinc.
  • Used with a nylon plug.
  • Other Characteristics
  • Drive: Torx 40
  • Pilot hole with minimum embedding depth: 70 mm 10 mm
  • SDF KB 10H

It is used for the construction of solid concrete and brick metal components.

  • Properties
  • Approved for all common building materials
  • Radial expansion for reliable hold
  • Double protection lock against torsion for secure installation
  • Other Characteristics
  •  Diameter: 10 mm
  •  Floor depth in concrete h1.1: = 80 mm
  • Floor depth: = 70 mm
  • Floor diameter d0: 10 mm
  • Floor diameter df: = 10.5 mm
  • Ground Floor diameter: A7F13/T40 Brick Mz 20-1.8, NF: 4.00 kN
  • Vertically cut brick HLz 12-0.9, NF: 2.00 kN
  • Lightweight concrete cavity block Hbl 10, 12 DF: 1.20 kN
  • ND K 6

It is used for quick and easy installations. As well as for light and easy mounting.

  • Properties
  • Zinc-plated steel
  • Pre-assembled special nail
  • Hexagon head
  • Pressurized construction materials
  • Easy to remove
  • Other Characteristics
  • Minimum workloads
  • Drill hole depth for t: 40 mm
  • Depth of embedding HV: 30 mm
  • Concrete: 0.3 kN
  • Solid brick: 0.25 kN
  • Perforated brick: 0.25 kN

Applications

Facade anchors provide a very wide range of lengths (50-360 mm), with particularly low setting depths. Facade anchors are to be found in the following applications:

  • Timber substructures
  • Stairs and railings
  • Piping and suspended ceilings

Different building materials need customized, substrate-specific fixing solutions. Consideration of the building material, the way of fixing, and the substratum are important for selecting the best fastening solution.

Facade anchor is divided into four different categories: Correct Installation Process of Façade Anchors

  1. Category A use: concrete and rain cover
  2. Category B use: solid wall, solid sand-lime brick, lightweight concrete brick
  3. Category C use: vertically perforated cement, perforated sand-lime brick, hollow block
  4. Category D use: aerated concrete

Correct Installation Process of Facade Anchor

Assure the drill is set to rotary drilling when installing in vertically perforated concrete. Hammer drilling would break the stone’s filigree chamber webs.

  • Clean the drill hole. The facade anchor (screw and anchor sleeve) is subsequently hammered in until the anchor sleeve rests flat on the attachment board.
  • The screw is clamped until the head of the screw touches the sleeve of the anchor.
  • Finished-anchor mounted correctly.

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