Hammerset anchor EA-N

The cost-effective hammerset anchor without approval for multiple fixings in non-structural systems

The fischer hammerset anchor EA N is an internal thread anchor made from zinc-plated and stainless steel. The hammerset anchor is ideal for the multiple fixation of non-structural systems that do not require approved anchorage. The assembly of the internal thread anchor is extremely cost-effective thanks to the low embedment depth, fast hammerset installation, and direction-controlled screwing process. The EA N is mounted with the hammer flush to the base material. With the setting tool EA-ST, the sleeve is expanded and braced against the drill hole wall through the driving in of the internal pin. No torque should be applied to the screw to enable correct expansion.

Available Product Variants

ArticleETA-approvalAnchor lengthInternal threadMin. bolt penetrationOur Price
Art-Nr. 90159
yes25 [mm]M-66 [mm]726.88Buy Product
Art-Nr. 90160
30 [mm]M-813 [mm]981.76Buy Product
EA M10 N
Art-Nr. 90161
yes40 [mm]M-1010 [mm]684.40Buy Product
EA M12 N
Art-Nr. 90162
50 [mm]M-1222 [mm]1529.28Buy Product
EA M16 N
Art-Nr. 90163
yes65 [mm]M-1616 [mm]1557.60Buy Product
EA M20 N
Art-Nr. 90164
yes80 [mm]M-2020 [mm]4248.00Buy Product



  • Simple hammerset installation
  • The metric internal thread allows for the use of standard screws or threaded rods for ideal adaptation in line with the intended use.
  • The hand setting tool EA-ST facilitates fast installation.


Application and Permission

ApplicationsBuilding Materials
  • Pipelines and ventilation ducts
  • Sprinkler systems
  • Steel constructions
  • Consoles
  • Concrete C12/15, non-cracked
  • Concrete C20/25, non-cracked * You can find detailed information on building materials in the registration document.



  • The EA N is suitable for pre-positioned installation.
    • Position the hammerset anchor in the drill hole and drive in flush to the surface of the base material using the hammer.
    • The setting tool EA-ST is then used to expand the sleeve against the drill hole wall by driving in the internal pin.
    • The setting tools must sit on the edge of the anchor to ensure correct expansion.