The fischer SXR T Frame Fixing is ideal to use when securing non load bearing timber constructions to either solid or hollow building materials. This covers a range of uses both internally and externally. For example, wardrobes and kitchen cabinets, as well as roof substructures, gates and doors. The frame fixing comprises a countersunk head screw and high quality nylon plug. Due to the low anchorage depth of only 50mm, the fixing is economical and cost effective.
fischer SXR T Frame Fixing Advantages
- The special functioning allows for use in solid and hollow building materials with an anchorage depth of just 50mm.
- The ETA assessment covers use in a range of solid and hollow building materials, and guarantees a secure fixing.
- The specially developed combination of plugs and screws ensures the very best handling. The plug has a noticeable hold, making installation more convenient.
- Extensive range with diameters of 6, 8 and 10mm, usable lengths up to 210mm.
fischer SXR T Frame Fixing Functioning
- The SXR is suitable for push-through installation.
- The SXR expands in solid building materials.
- In hollow building materials the loads are transferred in the area of the block fillets.
- With vertically perforated bricks, only use rotary drilling (no impact drilling).
- Countersunk head screws are recommended for fixing timber constructions. For metal constructions, we recommend the fischer SXR FUS Frame Fixing with hexagon head screw and moulded washer.
Below are some examples of installation for this product within different wall types. If you are unsure of what type of wall you may have then please see our guide on What Type of Wall Do I Have?
Approved for: Concrete ≥ C12/15 | Vertically perforated brick | Hollow blocks made from lightweight concrete | Perforated sand-lime brick | Solid sand-lime brick | Aerated concrete | Solid block made from lightweight and normal weight concrete | Solid brick | Thermal insulation blocks
Also suitable for: Natural stone with dense structure | Solid panel made from gypsum
Façade, ceiling and roof substructures made of wood and metal | Windows | Gates and doors | Wardrobes | Kitchen hanging cabinets | Squared timbers | Beams | TV consoles | Wall covering | Metal brackets | Metal supports | Cable ducts | Cable trays