Packed dowels with a metal pin for mechanical fixing of slabs from polystyrene, solid polyurethane, mineral and wood wool.


Properties

- for the fixing of thermo-insulating slabs from polystyrene, solid polyurethane, mineral wool, wood fibers,etc.
- appropriate for concrete, natural stone, clinker, compact limestone blocks
- minimal depth of anchoring 50 mm
- made of high quality shock resistant polypropylene
- pin from zinc plated carbonized steel with reinforced head made of shock resistant polyamide
- minimal heat exchange due to the structure of the pin

 

  

 

Scope of use

Packed dowels with expanding plastic bodies and a metal pin for the fixing of thermo-insulating slabs from polysrtyrene, solid polyurethane, mineral wool, wood fibres, etc., onto compact and porous bases (concrete, aerated concrete blocks, solid bricks, etc.)

The dowels are made of high quality shock resistant polypropylene and the pin – from zinc plated carbonized steel. The head of the pin is made form shock resistant polyamide, which does not permit any heat transfer, thus preventing  the formation of a thermal bridge and condensation stains on the surface.  The innovative structure of the dowel imparts high pull out strength and its secure opening up guarantees its high load bearing capacity.

An element of the integrated system for heat insulation TERMOFLEX® CLASSIC and TERAPOR® ULTRA. Suitable for both newly built and in existing buildings – in the process of their sanitation and improvement of the heat insulation.   

 

Indicative consumption

According to the design requirements

 

Package

Cardboard box 100 pcs

 

Dimensions

length of the dowel (mm) 115 135 155 175 195 215 235 255 275 295
diameter of the dowel (mm) 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
diameter of the head (mm) 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60
appropriate for thermo-insulation
with thickness up to
(mm)
to
80
to
100
to
120
 to 
  140
to
 160
to
 180
to
200
to
220
to
240
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260

 

 

 

 

* the maximal thickness of the insulating slabs depends on the thickness of the adhesive layer and the variations in the facade surface. It is important to observe the minimal depths of anchoring to the base.