High flexibility due to approved fixing in joints and in facing masonry.
Cost-effective installation due to low anchorage depth.
Recessed or surface flush installation is possible via a small rim and a small screw head.
Invisible assembly due to jointing of the drill hole.
No frost and corrosion damage due to a drip coil.
Your advantages / Product description
The quick remedial wall tie improvement of two-leaf masonry made of stainless steel.
The approved fixing in stone and in joints from at least 50 mm facing masonry provides a high degree of flexibility and security.
Use in joints and with a low anchorage depth of just 50 mm allows for a quick and economical installation.
The small anchor rim and screw head allow for a surface-flush or deep-set installation.
The drill hole can be retrospectively sealed so that it is no longer visible in the façade.
A drip coil prevents condensate running into the load-bearing layer, thus preventing frost and corrosive damage.
The fischer remedial wall tie VBS-M is a mechanical system for retrospective building authority-approved fixing of facing masonry with and without an air layer. The system consists of a plastic sleeve with a two-way expansion zone and a screw made of zinc-plated steel. The VBS-M is set in the load-bearing layer and into facing masonry using time-saving push-through installation. The two expansion zones in the fixing create a secure attachment in the supporting formwork and the facing formwork. The fixing is only fixed in the economy facing when it grips in the facing masonry. Above all, the fischer remedial wall tie VBS-M is suitable for quick remedial wall tie improvement of double shell masonry to which a composite thermal insulation system has been retroactively applied.
Application and approval
VBS-M is especially suitable for applications where external thermal insulation composite systems (ETICS) have been previously installed.
Retrorespective repair of facing masonry.
Facing masonry with and without an air layer
You can find detailed information on building materials in the approval document.
The remedial wall tie VBS-M is set in the load-bearing layer and into facing masonry using push-through installation.
In accordance with the approval, no drill hole cleaning is required.
The two expansion zones in the load-bearing layer and in the facing masonry ensure a secure fixation.
The plug doesn't fix into the facing masonry until the head grips into the load-bearing layer. This ensures the very best installation safety.
Max. shell distance at 115 mm facing masonry, flush installation
Max. shell distance at 115 mm facing masonry, 20 mm sunk installation