A4 stainless Nylon hex flange frame fixing fischer SXRL 10 x 60 FUS
Safe multiple fixings of non-structural systems in concrete and masonry. A4 Stainless suitable for use outdoor and in wet conditions.
The fischer frame fixing SXRL-FUS A4 is supplied with a hex head screw for multiple fixings of non-load-bearing systems in masonry, concrete, and aerated concrete. The two expansion zones in the fixing induce forces equally into perforated masonry, these combine to form a long expansion element in aerated concrete and solid building material. This variant of SXRL is made from A4 stainless steel and as such is suitable for use in external areas such as façade, ceiling, and roof sub-structures.
The long expansion plug makes the SXRL an extremely versatile product.
Because of the patented plug design, the retention forces are evenly distributed in the drill hole, this also prevents the plug from turning during installation
ETA assessment with excellent load values: Safe multiple fixings of non-structural systems in concrete and masonry.
Loads are applied evenly to the building material thanks to the fixing geometry. This means that the fillets are not destroyed in the case of thin-walled building materials.
Façade, ceiling and roof substructures made of metal
Gates and doors
Fire protection doors
Blinds / folding shutters
Kitchen hanging cabinets
Air conditioning units
Vertically perforated brick
Hollow blocks made from lightweight concrete
Perforated sand-lime brick
Thermal insulation blocks
Solid block made from lightweight and normal weight concrete
Solid sand-lime brick
Concrete ≥ C12/15
Also suitable for:
Natural stone with dense structure
Solid panel made from gypsum
You can find detailed information on building materials in the registration document.
DoP No. 0048
DoP No. 0092
The SXRL is suitable for push-through installation.
In perforated brick masonry a force transmission that protects the substrate is guaranteed through the two expansion zones. The porous block fillets are not crushed by the second expansion zone an therefore serves to transmit the force.
In aerated concrete and solid building materials, the two expansion zones combine to form one long expansion element, thus providing for a uniform and flat distribution of the load into the substrate.
Countersunk head screws are recommended for fixing timber constructions. For metal constructions, plug with wide sleeve rim and hexagon head screws with moulded washer.