Description / Price
Made of stainless steel A2, shaft M10 / H9 180 mm long, with clamping head and M10 grub screw, flat nut (lock nut), hexagon flange nut, special support disc d=8.9 mm, gasket for the drill hole, and long wall plug. The head is also available separately. >>> Price.
Wall fitting/anchor for stainless steel trellises with 6 mm thick wires. For medium loads. Distance to wall 80 mm. For almost all wall types, such as concrete, natural stone, solid and hollow masonry, including solid wood and construction panels with a thickness of minimal 60 mm. Please also read the general tips on how to correctly secure a trellis to the wall.
To drill precise 12 mm holes for the wall plug, we recommend our hammer drill HB 44444 or our concrete drill, inexpensive masonry drill or universal drill; drill selection also depends on wall type
Remove the grub screw and keep it in a safe place. Drill a 100 mm deep hole 12 mm wide. Read the information on precise drilling beforehand. Insert the wall plug. (Don't use a plug in solid wood; pilot-drill 8-9 mm instead). For optimum sealing, the wall should be reasonably level (sand it down if necessary). Grease the shaft slightly and insert it into the hole, grip the flange nut with a 15 mm open-ended wrench and screw it in. Then align the head with the 8 mm groove until you can't turn it anymore (using normal manual force). Once all fittings have been installed, place the trellis in the grooves of the fittings, aligned and fixed in place using the grub screws.
When tightening the nut, the grid fitting must fit tightly and not "wander" out of the hole; otherwise, the hole was drilled too large for the plug/anchor or the wall material was too crumbly (e.g. because the fitting is placed in a joint and not in a brick/stone). In this case, unscrew the plug/anchor, drill the hole open again and reattach itin the wall with VM 00300 composite mortar. In the case of a hollow brick wall, always use composite mortar and the sieve sleeve SD 16130.
Made in Germany (Saxony): head from Saxony, disc from North Rhine-Westphalia, shaft and small parts are imported.