With expansion clip for maximum load-bearing capacity. Thus fewer fixing points and smaller anchor plates are required. This saves time and costs.
Minimum torque slippage: Simple assembly saves time as well as wear and tear.
With approval for cracked concrete and fire inspection: maximum safety.
Ideal for large fixture thicknesses.
The advantages / Product description
The anchor bolt to meet the highest requirements in concrete. Powerful and flexible.
The FAZ ll tried and tested expansion clip enables the highest load bearing capacity. Thus fewer fixing points and smaller anchor plates are required.
The reduced anchorage depth (new also for M8 version) allows for significantly reduced drill hole depths and reduces the number of reinforcement hits. This allows for a noticeably quicker installation.
Fewer hammer blows when hammering in the anchor, together with the low torque slippage, ensure a noticeably simple and comfortable setting process.
The international approvals guarantee maximum safety and the best performane. These approvals even cover the use in earthquake zones (seismic performance) or the use of hollow drills.
The fischer bolt anchor FAZ II K is the steel anchor for the most demanding requirements. Heavy loads are fixed into cracked concrete with the steel anchor. Due to simple mounting, the FAZ II can be used in a particularly flexible manner. The proven expansion clip feeds the loads into the concrete in an especially secure manner and ensures maximum load-bearing properties. The zinc-plated steel version is used to fix loads in indoor areas. The steel anchor is, for example, suitable for fixing railings, cable trays and consoles.
Application and approval
Concrete C20/25 to C50/60, cracked and non-cracked
Also suitable for:
Concrete C80/95 (classification available)
You can find detailed information on building materials in the registration document.
DoP No. 0186
The FAZ II is suitable for pre-positioned and push-through installation and is also ideal for stand-off installation thanks to the long thread.
When applying the torque, the cone bolt is pulled into the expansion sleeve and expand it against the drill hole wall.
The anchor is set in line with the approval once the preset installation torque is achieved.
In the case of series installation, we recommend using the FABS anchor bolt setting tool.