Frame fixing FUR with hexagon head

The lamella plug with gentle power transfer

The fischer frame fixing FUR consists of a plug sleeve made from high-quality nylon and a hexagonal screw made from zinc-plated steel or stainless steel. When the screw is screwed in, the asymmetrically arranged lamella teeth expand evenly against the wall of the drill hole in the solid building material. In hollow materials, the teeth expand through the solid part of the block and form an undercut in the cavity. The functional principle enables an even load application without extreme expansion pressure and simplifies installation even in the case of an unknown mounting substrate. The FUR is offered in diameters of 8 mm and 10 mm up to a fixing length of 230 mm. The European Technical Approval for the FUR 10 offers added safety. The FUR with hexagonal screw is particularly suitable for the fixing of metal constructions.

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FUR 10X100 SS

50 Pcs/Box



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  • The operating principle with 70 mm anchorage depth and tried and tested lamellae technology makes it an assembly-friendly plug even in unknown base material.
  • The slim geometry guarantees a simple installation, even in cases involving thick wooden fixtures and narrow drill holes.


  • Façade, ceiling and roof substructures made of wood and metal
  • Windows
  • Gates and doors
  • Squared timbers
  • Beams
  • Wall covering

Building materials

  • Approved for:
  • Concrete ≥ C12/15
  • Vertically perforated brick
  • Perforated sand-lime brick
  • Solid sand-lime brick
  • Solid brick made from lightweight concrete
  • Solid brick

Also suitable for:

  • Natural stone with dense structure
  • Solid panel made from gypsum
  • Hollow blocks made from lightweight concrete
  • Three-layer composite exterior wall panels
  • Lightweight aggregate concrete


  • The FUR is suitable for push-through installation.
  • Screwing in the screw causes the individual teeth to expand. In solid materials, the teeth create even expansion forces. In hollow materials, the teeth expand through the solid part of the block and form an undercut in the cavity.
  • With vertically perforated bricks, only use rotary drilling (no impact drilling).
  • Countersunk head screws are recommended for the installation of timber constructions; in the case of metal constructions, use anchors with hexagon head screws and moulded washers.