Bolt anchor FXA

Cost efficient fixing with ETA assessment for non-cracked concrete

  • The standard anchorage depth achieves the maximum loadbearing capacities so fewer fixing points and smaller anchor plates are required.
  • With only a few hammer blows and minimal torque slippage installation is a simple process.
  • The drive-in pin protects the thread from damage, and ensures a faster installation and dismantling of the attachment.

Available Product Variants

Part No

Sizes (mm)

Packing

MRP

Our Price

 

523131

FXA 8/10X71

50 Pcs/Box

3245

1219

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523135

FXA 10/50X126

20 Pcs/Box

2407

801

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523137

FXA 12/10X106

20 Pcs/Box

2549

927

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523139

FXA 12 /30X126

20 Pcs/Box

3186

1085

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523141

FXA 12/50X146

20 Pcs/Box

3776

1152

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523271

FXA 8/30X91 R

50 Pcs/Box

6431

2813

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523276

FXA 10/50X126 R

20 Pcs/Box

4484

1979

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523277

FXA 12/10X160 R

20 Pcs/Box

5546

2503

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523278

FXA 12/20X116 R

20 Pcs/Box

6254

3071

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523305

FXA 16/25X145 R

10 Pcs/Box

6962

2911

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Advantages

  • The standard anchorage depth achieves the maximum loadbearing capacities so fewer fixing points and smaller anchor plates are required.
  • With only a few hammer blows and minimal torque slippage installation is a simple process.
  • The drive-in pin protects the thread from damage, and ensures a faster installation and dismantling of the attachment.

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:
 

  • Natural stone with dense structure
  • Solid panel made from gypsum

Functionality

  • The FXA 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.