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Bolt anchor FBN II

The cost-efficient fixing for flexible use in non-cracked concrete

The fischer bolt anchor FBN II is a steel anchor for cost-effective fixations in non-cracked concrete. Thanks to its long thread and the two anchorage depths, the fischer bolt anchor FBN II is particularly flexible. In addition to pre-positioned and push-through installation, the bolt anchor is suitable for stand-off installation. In the stainless steel design, the bolt anchor is suitable for façade sub-structures, cantilevers, and ladders outside.

Product Description

Advantages
  • The standard anchorage depth achieves the maximum load-bearing capacities. Thus fewer fixing points and smaller anchor plates are required.
  • The reduced anchorage depth reduces the drill hole depth. This minimises the amount of time needed for installation whilst increasing flexibility.
  • The long thread balances component tolerances and allows for stand-off installations, thus increasing flexibility.
  • Few hammer blows and the minimal torque slippage allow for a noticeably simpler installation.
  • The drive-in pin protects the thread from damage, and thus ensures a faster installation and dismantling of the attachment.

Available Product Variants

Application and Permission

Applications
  • Steel constructions
  • Guard rails
  • Consoles
  • Ladders
  • Cable trays
  • Machines
  • Staircases
  • Gates
  • Façades
Building materials
Approved for:
  • Concrete C20/25 to C50/60, non-cracked
Also suitable for:
  • Concrete C12/15
  • Natural stone with dense structure
* You can find detailed information on building materials in the registration document.

Permission

  • ETA-07/0211
  • DoP No. 0015
  • DoP No. 0756-CPD-0296
  • GS 3.2/18-082-1-r1
For Details see corresponding Documents

Assembly Instruction

Functioning
  • The FBN II is suitable for pre-positioned and push-through installation; also suitable for stand-off installation under certain conditions.
  • Prior to installation, place the hexagon nut in the optimal position (the drive-in pin projects by approx. 3 mm out of the hexagon nut).
  • When applying the torque, the cone bolt is pulled into the expansion clip and expands it against the drill hole wall.
  • The head embossing offers a simple control of the anchoring.
  • In the case of series installation, we recommend using the FABS bolt anchor setting tool.

Documents for Downloading

Additional Documents

Approvals

Title Type Created Valid Till
ETA - European Technical Assessment (PDF, 2 MB) European Technical Assessment for fischer Bolt Anchor FBN II, FBN II A4 ETA-07/0211 19-05-2016
DOP - Declaration of Performance (PDF, 1 MB) Declaration of Performance fischer Bolt Anchor FBN II - FBN II A4,  according European Technical Assessment ETA-07/0211 DoP No. 0015 25-05-2016
DOP - Declaration of Performance (PDF, 1 MB) DoP No. 0756-CPD-0296 23-05-2013
Test report (fire protection) (PDF, 1 MB) GS 3.2/18-082-1-r1 03-07-2018

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