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Made of high-quality stainless steel AISI 316, 130 mm long smooth M8 shaft, with clamping head and M10 grub screw, hexagon flange nut, thrust washer with laminated gasket and special dowel. The head is also available separately.
Sophisticated fastening solution for stainless steel trellises with 6 mm wires. For light to medium loads. Distance to wall 60 mm. Can be used with almost all kinds of masonry and in construction panels that are at least 40 mm thick. Please also use the general tips on how to secure a trellis to a facade.
Remove the grub screw and keep it aside. Read the instructions on drilling and then drill a 10 mm hole approx. 7 - 8 cm deep. Insert the plug (do not use a plug in solid wood and pre-drill approx. 6 mm instead). The wall should be reasonably level to ensure optimum sealing (sand it down if necessary). Grease the shaft slightly and insert it into the hole, grip the flange nut with an open-ended wrench and screw it in. Align the grooves after you can't turn the mounts in any further with manual force. Once all holders have been mounted, place the trellis in the grooves of the mounts, align it and fix it with the grub screws.
If you are working on a wall with exposed bricks you can position the mounts in the brick joints if those are at least 17.5 wide mm or more, but then without washer and seal ring (photo 03). To remove the tightly fitting thrust washer, turn it several times in the direction of the flange nut before turning it in the other direction to remove it from the mount.
If the wall is made of hollow bricks, carefully pre-drill a small hole before drilling to 10 mm, both times without using impact. If the plug turns in the hole, drill the hole carefully to 12 mm and use a DL 12090 long plug or drill it open to 16 mm and use a SD 16130 seeve-slieve with bonding mortar to glue the holder with the original white plug in the wall (if some mortar is now obstructing the plug, drill it open with a 6 mm bit).
A nut counter set is available for through-hole mounting.
Own production "Made in Germany" (Saxony), head from Saxony, shaft and disc from North Rhine-Westphalia, plugs from Baden-Württemberg, small parts are imported from Asia.