Made of stainless steel AISI 304, A2. Shaft M8/wood thread 7mm, length: 110mm. Two flat hex nuts and spring washers for fastening on both sides of the cross bar, flange nut, and bonded washer. Without Rawlplug.
For permanent, corrosion-free wall mounting of smaller wooden trellises. Low-cost alternative to AS 10180, for low to medium loads. With wall clearance (gap) of approx. 15mm. The actual wall distance is calculated from the wall gap and the sum of the screwed cross-sections and can then be up to 60mm at batten thicknesses of approximately 22/22mm. Suitable for almost all surfaces such as concrete, natural stone, solid masonry and hollow masonry, also solid wood. Also in panel building materials with at least 40mm density. In the case of wide trellises, place a trellis fitting every 0.8 to 1.2m horizontally across the beam. Please also use the tips for optimal trellis attachment.
For custom-fit dowel holes (10 mm) we recommend hammer drill bit HB 44444. Alternatively impact drill bits, concrete drill bits, inexpensive stone drill bits or universal drill bits, selection depends on the wall type.
If necessary, please note the sequence of steps for planning and contracting wood trellises. Assembly is usually done with plastic rawlplug 10mm: DH 10065. Bore 10mm hole, 7-8cm deep, then insert the plug. In solid wood the trellis fitting can be installed without rawlplugs but will require a pre-drilling or approx. 6mm, front 7mm (Laymen should follow the instructions for drilling.) For optimum sealing, the rawlplug head should be reasonably level with the wall, if it is not, then sand it down as best you can. Lightly grease the trellis fitting shaft and insert it into the hole, grasp the flange nut it with an open-end wrench, and screw with moderate force until it cannot be turned further. Subsequently, the respective trellis beam is mounted between the two spring washers and flat hex nuts. If the beam is too thick, attach without spring washers, or countersink the hole.
Own production “Made in Germany” (Saxony), bonded seal from North Rhine-Westphalia, small parts from Far East.