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Cable mount with increased wall distance (11 - 12 cm), made of stainless steel, threaded shaft M12, crosshead d = 20 mm with grub screw, lock nut, long nut, special nut M12 with press-ring/gasket. Expansion pressure-free anchoring, adhesive assembly with mortar; special cases see below. The head is also available separately. >>> Price
Special mount for wire rope, 3 (and 4) mm for medium and heavy kits in accordance with the specifications of the respective wire rope system (if purchased as a pre-assembled kit). The distance from mount to mount should ideally not exceed 1.8 m at horizontal ropes and 2.2 m at vertical ropes. Simple or crosswise rope guidance. Wall distance approx. 12 - 12 cm. Mostly adhesive (glue) mounting; special cases see below. For support in choosing a trellis fitting, refer to our section on cable (cross) mounts.
If necessary, refer to our instructions on drilling and the information on composite mortar. For optimal sealing, the surface should be reasonably flat or made so (sanded down). Drill 16 mm, depth approx. 12 cm. When using sieve rawl plug SD 16130, drill hole diameter 16 mm, depth 14 cm. Dismantle completely; also loosen the countered crosshead. Press in the composite mortar, insert the threaded shaft in a rotating manner; protrusion outside according to the wall distance (11 - 12 cm). If necessary, secure against sagging from below (photo). Spread or remove any mortar that swells out in order to create an almost smooth support for the seal. After setting, push on the wall together with all small parts, tighten adjusting nut firmly, fasten cross head with lock nut. Further installation carried out as described for heavy kits.
When mounting with metal anchors/plugs, DM 12030, please refer to the product sheet of that anchor; if necessary, you can shorten the threaded shaft, or let it be shortened by FassadenGrün. For installation into solid wood, request a shorter length if necessary. Drill diameter 10.5-11 mm. Grease threaded shaft, screw the long nut and special nut on the shaft firmly against each other with 2 open-ended wrenches and then grasp the shaft at the nut further away with an open-ended wrench and screw it in directly. By grinding in a short longitudinal groove at the end of the threaded shaft, it can act like a "self-tapping screw" facilitate screwing-in.
Made in Germany (Saxony), hexagon nuts from the Far East.