Fischer Fixings Spring Toggle Fixings with 18mm fixing hole diameter

Technical data sheets
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Status: Not Applicable
COO (Country of Origin): DE
Product Details

Fischer Spring Toggle KT Fixings

The Fischer pre-assembled spring toggle KT fixings have been designed for you to use in hollow ceilings, chipboards, fibre boards and gypsum plasterboard. The spring force on the fixings expands the wings when you push them into any cavity.

Features and Benefits

Easy installation
Use when a previous fixing has failed and left an oversized hole
Expands by spring force into any cavity
Universal fixing

Typical Applications

Use in plasterboard, fibre board and chipboard
Ideal for overhead applications such as ceilings

Note

Measure the thickness of your wall before using to ensure that the correct size is used.

Specifications
Attribute Value
Type Spring Toggle Fixing
Fixing Hole Diameter 18mm
Length 75mm
Thickness of Material Maximum 25mm
25 In Global stock for delivery within 4 - 6 working days
Price 1 Bag of 20
MYR 57.54
Bag(s)
Per Bag
Per unit*
1 +
MYR57.54
MYR2.877
*price indicative
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