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Assistance for the Assembly of Climbing Aids

As always, there are important things that cannot be optimally classified. For such tools we have created the category of 'helping tools'. >>> Price list.

Three-metre folding yardstick

For measuring the walls to be covered with greenery and for positioning of the drilling points, we offer a 3-metre (folding) 'yard-stick' GM 03000 at a TOP price.

 

 

Borehole Brushes, Blowers, and Suction (for removal of drilled residue)

Drilled holes should always be brushed and blown out to increase the load-bearing capacity of the holders.  FassadenGrün offers various hole brushes (BB 00000) for the respective construction methods, plus an AB 00000 blower. Alternatively, compressed air can be used. An additional suction (vacuum) of the drilled residues and dust is particularly recommended to prevent soiling, particularly on light-colored walls. Suction is done with a domestic or industrial vacuum cleaner (while drilling if possible: brushing and blow-out/suction is best done by a second person holding the device while the other drills).

Mounting Vice

For kits you need at least one LS 10000 vice to grip and tighten the ropes. Alternatively, you can use existing grip pliers, clamps, etc.. With Medium, Heavy and Massive Kits where ropes intersect, you need a second vice or can temporarily use a cross clamp to match the diameter of the wire rope if there is one in the kit. A clamping ring can also be used as an inexpensive solution.

Cylinder Saw

If you mount a wall climbing system into insulation, you need a cylinder saw ZS 06060 or similar circle cutter with 60 mm diameter.

Cartridge Applicator Gun

The extremely robust cartridge applicator gun AP 00000 is not only used for the composite mortar in Heavy Kits, but for all standard construction cartridges of sealants, adhesives and fillers.

Tightening a horizontal cable with the mounting vice, parallel to this, the Allen screw is tightened in the cross mount/holder.
Tools for Installation / Mounting