Description / Price
Cross mount or "cross support" made of high-grade steel, shaft M12, different lengths. Crosshead d= 20 mm with grub screw, check nut, double thin nut polished cover plates and gasket of weatherproof foam material. Warmth bridge reduction by glueing assembly with composite mortar, spreading pressure free anchorage. The head is also available separately. >>> Price
Here is a reasonably priced possibility for stable growing aids on outer insulation and also for bridging easy wall coverings, without cutting the facade open with the so calls "long shank" method. Usable until 6 cm of insulation strength with supporting taper and WM 12XX4 (coming soon in english) up to 12 cm. For wire-cable 3 and 4 mm, for heavy kits in accordance with the specifications of the respective cable system (if purchased as a pre-assembled kit). With medium kits as a substitute for local cross holders, when compensating for partial insulation at window lintels, etc.. Simple or cross rope guide. For all types of masonry. small to medium load capability. You can also use our information about the choice of fitting cross mounts. Recommended wall distance 3 cm, maximum 5 cm. In accordance with the item numbers on the table, the 3rd and 4th number give the shaft length different lengths in cm. The applicable cases take into account already approx. 1 cm additional length for the exterior plaster and the adhesive layer of the EI. Please use only the column "masonry with plaster" when the insulation was already found afterwards on an old building with older plaster. Please, note down your requested item number and enter these in the order history of the online shop (at "register" in the field, "remarks"):
Version 01/02 (insulation/panel to approx. 6 cm)
|desired wall distance||Masonry without plaster (most new building)||Hollow and full masonry with plaster (most old building)|
|3 cm (at insulation 4 cm)||WM 12182||WM 12202|
|5 cm (at insulation 4 cm)||WM 12202||WM 12222|
|3 cm (at insulation 6 cm)||WM 12202||WM 12222|
Version 03 (insulation to approx. 12 cm and supporting taper)
desired wall distance
Masonry without plaster (most new building)
Hollow and full masonry with plaster (most old building)
5 cm (at insulation 6 cm)
3 cm (at insulation 8 cm)
5 cm (at insulation 8 cm)
3 cm (at insulation 10 cm)
5 cm (at insulation 10 cm)
3 cm (at insulation 12 cm)
5 cm (at insulation 12 cm)
Please take into account: A higher wall distance reduces the mildew risk with climbing plants susceptible to it. The capacity of the supports proportionally sinks due to the bend crease use, however. In such cases 3 mm wire-cable then has to be preferred.
Assembly at Insulation to approx. 6 cm of (version 01)
If necessary please, follow the leaflet drilling work and the instructions of the composite mortar. The plaster should be flat to some extent or be made so for an optimal insulation. 14 mm bore, 16 mm is better to fill a larger annular gap with the poor thermal conductive composite mortar (interruption of the direct contact of metal anchor to the ground, reducing the thermal bridge). Drilling depth approx. 10 -13 cm depending on a desired wall distance. Use SD 16130 at hollow masonry in addition extra long sieve plug, drilling 16 mm and approx. 140 mm deep. Slide mobile parts of the rope support to the front, press in composite mortar. Push the shaft to rotate, position and secure if necessary from below against sagging during setting. Remove mortar welling up and out by means of rags. After setting, push the cover together with fused-seal to the wall and gently press it through the first of the two flat nuts until only a narrow vision gap between cover and wall is still recognizable. This optimal state is fixed permanently by bracing both thin nuts against each other with the help of two open-ended spanners ("counters"). The further assembly is carried out as described for heavy kits.
Installation at Wall Coverings (version 02)
Drill outer plates approx. 16-20 mm similarly to variant 01 and cable holder. Exactly centered in the rear, after installation load-bearing wall has no contact and no pressure on the Panel glue, and under load (deflection). Screwing the metric threaded shank is possible into solid wood supports and the like directly, analogous to WM 12161. Complete an inner supporting taper if necessary here also. Grommet towards and lock as in variant 01 described. The further installation is processed as described for heavy kits.
Assembly at Insulation to Approximately 12 cm (Version 03)
For this version we have our new Cross mount M12 WM 12XX4, but not yet translated (please note at the end of your order, if you need this cross mount for ETICS up to 12 cm)
Similar to variant 01, in addition in the rear vacuum or blow out with a masonry drill conical on milling borehole. The circular cone base diameter should be about 10 - 20% less than the insulation thickness, ie, at 10 cm insulation approx 8-9 cm diameter circle. Caution: The front area of the drilling may not enlarge fundamentally because otherwise the seal is not effective. If possible, use drills with smaller diameter, e.g. 8 -10 mm. Cool the composite mortar here in refrigerator or cold water before to prolong hardening time! Then ,at the same time, fill the milled out cavity with about 2/3 - 3/4 mortar. Then slide the threaded shaft by turning into the wall according to desired distance (3-5 cm), wipe out swelling mortar. The repressed mortar now even fills the rest of the cavity. In oversized bores, use mortar as a filler, to provide a sufficiently large support for the gasket. With a supernatant form sand after hardening. After setting a fitting to the supporting wall supporting body of mortar mass has formed inside. Push grommet and lock as in variant described 01. The further installation is processed as described for heavy kits.
"Made in Germany": Head from Saxons, shaft from Saxony-Anhalt, hexagon nuts from the Far East.