High flexibility due to using conventional metric screws and threaded rods.
Made of highly corrosion-resistant steel for highly-corrosive atmospheres.
ETA approval for cracked concrete and fire resistance class R 120.
Your advantages / Product description
The internally threaded anchor made of highly corrosion-resistant steel with low anchoring depth for individual fixings in cracked concrete.
Hammerset anchor with ZYKON undercut technology for individual fixings in cracked and non-cracked concrete.
The combination of hammerset and ZYKON undercut anchor allows for individual fixings in cracked concrete.
The special ZYKON undercut technology reduces the energy required for installation.
The FZUB special drill allows for a fast installation by creating the undercut without having to change tools.
The embossing that is applied when expanding the anchor secures the simple control of the anchoring.
The almost expansion-free installation of the anchor allows small edge distances and axial spacing, thereby enabling flexible use.
The fischer ZYKON Hammerset anchor FZEA II is an internal threaded anchor made of highly corrosion-resistant steel. The special drill bit FZUB is used to create the undercut drill hole in a single work step. The undercut anchor is set in the time-saving through-type installation. The expansion sleeves are driven in with the setting tool FZED Plus by driving in the internal expansion pin above the cone. This fills the undercut drill hole with a positive fit. The fischer ZYKON Hammerset anchor FZEA II is suitable for single-point fixings of signs, consoles, and cable trays in a highly-corrosive atmosphere.
Application and approval
Concrete C20/25 to C50/60, cracked and non-cracked
Also suitable for:
Natural stone with dense structure
You can find detailed information on building materials in the approval document.
DoP No. 0328
The FZEA II is suitable for pre-positioned installation.
The undercut drill hole is created using the special FZUB drill.
Once the anchor has been placed in the drill hole, the expansion sleeve is expanded by the driving in of the internal expansion pin with the FZED Plus setting tool, and the undercut drill hole is filled with a positive fit.