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Concrete screw with pan head W-BS/S
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Concrete screw with pan head W-BS/S

Ideal for fastening mounting rails, panel materials or fire-protection panels, zinc-plated steel

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  • For anchorage in concrete and masonry

  • Extremely flexible application thanks to up to three effective anchorage depths

  • Fastening can be adjusted up to twice after installation, for example in order to align anchor plates or rails (please refer to the installation instructions)

  • High admissible loads

  • Very low spacing and edge distances thanks to very low expansion effect

  • Very fast and easy installation and immediate load-bearing capacity
Proof of Performance

European Technical Assessment ETA-16/0043 for individual fixing point, option 1, cracked and uncracked concrete:


  • Static and quasi-static action (∅6)

  • Seismic action, performance category C1 (∅6)

  • Fire resistance R30, R60, R90, R120


European Technical Assessment ETA-23/0196 for anchorage in masonry


  • Static and quasi-static action (∅5 - ∅6)

  • Fire resistance R30, R60, R90, R120 (∅5 - ∅6)


European Technical Assessment ETA-16/0128 for anchors in a redundant non-structural system:


  • Cracked and uncracked concrete, (∅6)

  • Hollow-core prestressed concrete slabs C30/37 - C50/60, (∅6)

  • Fire resistance R30, R60, R90, R120


Fire resistance rating when exposed to fire according to the uniform temperature time curve in masonry (Mz, KSL, KS), and reinforced concrete, (dia. 5 and dia. 6) - expert report no 2101/173/18 - 2018

Notice

When installing with a tangential impact driver, the recommended maximum rated torque must be observed.


When used in masonry, the stone-specific installation data according to ETA-23/0196 must be observed.

Application area

Adjustment - subsequent aligning possible

Create the drill hole

Clean the drill hole

Place screw

Screw in the screw

Considered installed when the head is close fitting

Screw out the screw max. 2x each by max. 10 mm. Underlay. Screw in

Considered installed when the head is close fitting. Lining max. 10 mm. The required embedment depth must be maintained as a minimum

Locate the tensioning strand

Mark the tensioning strand and locate the next one

Mark the tensioning strands. Specify the drilling range

Create the drill hole. Observe spacing

Clean the drill hole

Screw in the screw

Considered installed when the head is close fitting. Observe the embedment depth/mirror thickness

European Technical Assessment ETA-16/0043 for individual fixing point, option 1, cracked and uncracked concrete:


  • Static and quasi-static action (∅6)

  • Seismic action, performance category C1 (∅6)

  • Fire resistance R30, R60, R90, R120


European Technical Assessment ETA-23/0196 for anchorage in masonry


  • Static and quasi-static action (∅5 - ∅6)

  • Fire resistance R30, R60, R90, R120 (∅5 - ∅6)


European Technical Assessment ETA-16/0128 for anchors in a redundant non-structural system:


  • Cracked and uncracked concrete, (∅6)

  • Hollow-core prestressed concrete slabs C30/37 - C50/60, (∅6)

  • Fire resistance R30, R60, R90, R120


Fire resistance rating when exposed to fire according to the uniform temperature time curve in masonry (Mz, KSL, KS), and reinforced concrete, (dia. 5 and dia. 6) - expert report no 2101/173/18 - 2018