The unique saw tooth geometry allows a fast cutting into the Mounting base also for multiple use.
Thanks to the special thread geometry, the flanks cut themselves deep into the concrete and offer the highest loads. This saves costs, as fewer fixing points and smaller anchor plates are required.
The approval-compliant adjustment of the concrete screw allows the screw to be used twice for a total of 20 mm, max. 10 mm underlay or to remove the Align the attachment part and then tighten the screw again.
The ULTRACUT FBS II is available in two head versions: countersunk head and hexagon head. (with and without Torx drive).
The under-head riffling prevents the screw from being unintentionally loosened and creates so more security.
Reusability for temporary anchoring of construction site equipment
The FBS II Ø 8-14 can be used for temporary fixings due to official approvals (ETA) (e.g. installation of formwork construction). Therefore, the thread diameter has to be checked with a test sleeve before any further installations.
As long as the screw end doesn't poke out over the test sleeve, the FBS II can still be used.
Three screw-in depths
Using the example: FBS II 10x100 45/35/15 US
Tension load in dependency to the screw-in depth
= low load 4,29 kN and 45 mm useable length
= middle load 5,71 kN and 35 mm useable length
= high load 9,61 kN and 15 mm useable length
Powerful and optimal for outdoor applications and wet rooms
The specially hardened red tip guarantees a noticeably faster and safer installation.
The concrete screw made of stainless steel ensures a high corrosion protection and allows the application in wet rooms and outdoors.
The ETA approval covers applications in cracked concrete, as well as the seismic performance categories C1 and C2.
The concrete screw ULTRACUT FBS II A4 offers the possibility for use in masonry (solid construction material).
Applications for the ULTRACUT FBS II of galvanized steel
Applications for ULTRSCUT FBS II made of stainless steel A4