Description / Price
Anchor made of stainless steel, with two flat hex nuts and spring washers for gripping the trellis beam from either side, a larger flange nut, special. 8,9mm diameter supporting ring and seal for the drill hole. Cross section M 10, length 180 mm or 7 inches, (2 cm longer than on the photo).
For permanent, corrosion-free wall fastening of customary wooden trellises and especially suitable for classical wooden trellises built for a medium load bearing. With a wall spacing (gap) of about 50 mm (2 inches). The actual wall spacing arises from the wall gap and the amount of the unscrewed cross sections. In the case of a battening 27/27 mm, it accounts for about 90 mm (3.5 inches). The use of the long plug DL 12090 is recommended for almost all surfaces such as concrete, natural stone, solid masonry and hollow masonry. In the case of hardwood no plug is needed. Plugs are only needed for building materials with a density of 35-40mm.
Well suited to more heavily loaded trellises used for fruits, vines and climbing roses, however in the case of longer trellis beams, it is advised to install a fitting every 0.6 to 1.0m to ensure stability. The length of the beam should also measure up to at least 27-30mm due to the required bore of 10mm for installation. Please use the general information on trellis fastening as well.
For custom-fit rawlplug holes (10mm) hammer drill HB 44444. Alternatives include impact drills, concrete drill bits, inexpensive stone drills or universal drills, selection also depends on the wall type.
Mounting with or without long plug DL 12090
Please note the examples and details of the planning and installation of wooden espaliers, if necessary! Drilling according to the instructions. Drill a through-hole of 10-11mm at each fastening point along the beam. For optimum sealing, the substratum should be rather even or sanded. The trellis fitting is placed into the given pre-drilled hole, or in the driven in plug and is driven into the flange nut with the help of a jaw spanner until the manual screwing together is no more possible. The anchor may not "wander" out of the hole during the tightening of the nut, and needs to fit tightly. Otherwise, the drilled hole for the plug was too broad, or the substratum too friable (for example due to drilling into a joint instead of brick). In this case, unscrew the anchor, enlarge the hole and place the plug again with the help of composite mortar. In the case of hollow brick, use additional perforated sleeves extra long SD 16130. After the accomplished mounting, the thread part of the bolt anchor stays permanently tight and enables a high load handling of the element, due to friction resulting from the flange nut.
The use of the bolt anchor AS 12XX0 is recommended for especially heavy loads. Please note the additional possibilities of the choice of wall fastening and insulation!
Own production "Made in Germany", shaft from Lower Saxony or Far East, washer from North Rhine-Westphalia, seal from Thuringia, small parts from the Far East