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fischer plug S 14 ROE 100

Frame fixing with two-way expansion for fischer GS 12 eyebolt for fixings in solid building materials.

Art.-No. 52161
Top Features
  • Optimum load-bearing capacities together with fischer eyebolt GS 12.
  • Suitable for fixings in solid building materials.
  • Made of high-quality nylon.
  • Edge prevents slippage and spallings.
  • Fixing is close to the edge due to slimline geometry.

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Product Description

The fischer plug S 14 ROE is an expansion plug made of high-quality nylon for holding the fischer eye bolt GS 12. The expanding wings prevent rotation and make assembly easier. When driving in the eye bolt, the expansion zone expands and anchor itself securely in the building material. For installations close to the edge, turn the plug so that the expansion force acts parallel to the edge.
  • The ideal interaction of the scaffold eyebolt and plug allows for a high load-bearing capacity, thus providing increased safety.

Application and Permission

When combined with GS 12:
  • Façade scaffolds
  • Ropes
  • Chains
  • Trellises
  • Lighting
  • Clothes lines
  • Hanging baskets
Building materials
GS 12 + S 14 ROE suitable for:
  • Concrete
  • Solid sand-lime brick
  • Natural stone with dense structure
  • Solid brick
* You can find detailed information on building materials in the registration document.
For Details see corresponding Documents

Assembly Instruction

  • In order to achieve the maximum load-bearing capacity, nylon plugs should only be used once.
  • Not suitable for swings, hammocks etc.
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Technical Data

Technical Data

Drill hole diameter 14 [mm]
Min. drill hole depth for through fixings 110 [mm]
Effect. anchorage depth 70 [mm]
Anchor length 100 [mm]
Max. thickness of non-bearing layer 30 [mm]
Min. bolt penetration 105 [mm]
Amount 25 Unit(s)
GTIN (EAN Code) 4006209521618

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