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FACADE INSULATION FASTENERS

TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION KOELNER GROUP

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SPECIALISTS IN FASTENER TECHNOLOGIES AND TOOLS

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COMPENDIUM OF KNOWLEDGE RAWLPLUG FASADE PROGRAMME

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FACADE THERMAL INSULATION TECHNOLOGY

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PRODUCT INFORMATION

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PRODUCT RANGE FACADE FASTENERS TFIX-8ST UNIVERSAL ETICS SCREW FASTENER WITH UNIQUE THERMALLY INSULATED PLATE

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TFIX-8S UNIVERSAL ETICS SCREW FASTENER

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TFIX-8M HAMMER SET ETICS FASTENER

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KC PLASTIC WASHER FOR ETICS APPLICATIONS TO TIMBER AND SHEATHING BOARDS

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KWL RETAINING WASHERS FOR COMPRESSIBLE INSULATION MATERIALS

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ISO-PLUG FOR FIXING INTO ETICS

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KI 10

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KI-10N

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MBA FIRE RESISTANT INSULATION FASTENER

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ACCESSORIES

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THERMAL INSULATION BEADS AND MESH REINFORCEMENT

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INSTALLATION

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INTRODUCTION

KOELNER GROUP

INTRODUCTION

KOELNER GROUP

TECHNICAL SUPPORT DIVISION

AN INTERNATIONAL HOLDING

ƒƒ Complete consulting services during every stage of a project

Koelner Group is an international holding consisting of production plants and distribution companies from 16 countries. The distribution scope of the products offered by our Group ranges over approx. 50 countries on 5 continents.

ƒƒ Team of consultant engineers ƒƒ Professional programs for selection of fixings ƒƒ Documentation of products fulfilling European requirements ƒƒ Training

R&D

FASTENING TECHNOLOGIES

ƒƒ Three modern technical and research centres: Wroclaw, Glasgow, Lancut

Koelner Group develops innovative solutions for fastening techniques, their design, production and distribution. The Group’s product portfolio includes high-quality mechanical fasteners, threaded products, chemical anchors, drills, circular saws, tools and power tools.

ƒƒ Innovative solutions in fixing techniques ƒƒ Certified products of the highest quality

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KOELNER GROUP

INTRODUCTION

SPECIALISTS IN FASTENER TECHNOLOGIES AND TOOLS

FIXING SYSTEMS

VALUES We operate in the belief that satisfied and happy customers are our company’s fundamental value and a guarantee of success: We keep striving to strengthen our market position through innovation, expanding our product portfolio, improving product quality, customer education and enhancing awareness by providing accurate information.

ƒ 35-years of experience of STAHL (DE) in the production of chemical anchors

Koelner Group’s know-how is a synergy of knowledge and experience based on the best-practices of the Group’s companies, in particular:

ƒ 20-years of experience of KOELNER (PL) in light and heavy mechanical fasteners, including facade and roof cladding fasteners

OUR REFERENCES

PROFESSIONAL FIXING SYSTEMS INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING ASSORTMENT: 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921

ƒ CHEMICAL ANCHORS

ƒ MECHANICAL ANCHORS

1922

ƒ FACADE INSULATION FIXINGS

BRIDGE IN SIDNEY

1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931

1932

ƒ 90-years of experience of RAWLPLUG (UK) in light and heavy mechanical fixtures

ƒ 20-years of experience in the design and development of MODECO tools and power tools

1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941

ƒ FLAT ROOF INSULATION FIXINGS

ƒ SELF-DRILLING FIXINGS

1942

ƒ FRAME FIXINGS

ƒ 90-years of experience of WAPIENICA-GLOBUS (PL) in saws and tools

ƒ 50-years of experience of ŁAŃCUCKA FABRYKA ŚRUB-LF (ŁAŃCUCKA SCREWS FACTORY-ŁF) (PL) in threaded fasteners

By bonding tradition with modernity, and dynamics with responsibility, as well as by taking on new challenges, we constantly strive to improve the quality of our products and services to better satisfy our customers’ needs.

THE STATUE OF LIBERTY

ƒ GENERAL FIXINGS

1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961

ƒ DRYWALL FIXINGS THE EIFFEL TOWER

ƒ SUSPENDED CEILING SYSTEM FIXINGS

ƒ GPAT

AREA OF OPERATION

BURJ DUBAI

ƒ RETAIL PACK SYSTEMS

ƒ Mechanical

1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991

ƒ Construction ƒ Automotive

1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971

1982

ƒ METAL PRODUCTS

ucts offered and delivered for the following industries:

1962

1972

ƒ WOOD FASTENERS The assortment of the Koelner Group includes 15 thousand prod-

1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951

1992

ƒ Engineering and electrical engineering

RAWLPLUG – professional products for heavy-duty fixings: mechanical and chemical anchors, innovative solutions and high-tech light fixings, and construction chemicals.

ƒ Mining ƒ Shipbuilding ƒ Road

CAPE TOWN SOCCER CITY

1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001

2002

ƒ Electricity ƒ Wood processing

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

KOELNER - professional solutions in fixing techniques for construction and industry; specializing in facade and roof insulation fixings, self-drilling fasteners and other light-duty systems.

2012 THE WROCŁAW CITY STADIUM

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SUBSTRATE

INSULATION MATERIAL

FASTENER NAME

CHARACTERISTICS

RAWLPLUG FASADE PROGRAMME

TFIX-8ST

TFIX-8S

TFIX-8M

R-KC

MBA

TRADITIONAL POLYSTYRENE/ EXTRUDED BOARDS

MINERAL FIBRE

LAMELLA + RETAINING WASHER CORK BOARDS, WOOD FIBRE BOARDS, LIGHTWEIGHT RECYCLED PANELS CONCRETE

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SOLID BRICK, SILICA BRICK, CONCRETE BLOCKS, STONE

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CELLULAR BRICK, CHEQUER BRICK, CERAMIC HOLLOW BRICKS

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LIGHTWEIGHT CONCRETE BLOCKS, E.G. LECA CONCRETE

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AUTOCLAVED AERATED CONCRETE (GAS CONCRETE)

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1,2 kN

1,2 kN

1,5 kN

1,2 kN

1,2 kN

1,5 kN

0,75 kN

0,75 kN

0,6 kN

0,6 kN

0,6 kN

1,2 kN

1,2 kN

WOOD, WOOD-BASED BOARDS

TRAPEZOIDAL SHEET

115, 135, 155, 175, 195, 215, 235, 255, 275, 295, 335

115, 135, 155, 175, 195, 215, 235, 255, 275, 295, 335

95, 115, 135, 155, 175, 195, 215, 235, 275, 295

UC: 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100, 110, 120, 130, 140, 150, 160, 180, 200 WB: 80, 100, 120, 140, 160, 170, 180, 200, 220

MBA: 80, 110, 140, 170, 200, 240, 300, MBA-SS: 90, 110, 140, 170, 200, 250, 300

INSULATION THICKNESS RANGE [MM]

60 - 300

60 - 300

60 - 260

40 -200

50 - 160

DRILL DIAMETER [MM]

8

8

8

ANCHORAGE DEPTH [MM]

25 (65)

25 (65)

25

30

50

Screw-in

Screw-in

Hammer set

Screw-in

Hammer set

ETA 11/0144

ETA 11/0144

ETA-07/0336

AT-15-4627/2006

AT-15-4627/2006

The best hammer set fixings. Very good parameters with the simplest installation.

The best application to timber, sheathing board and trapezoidal sheet.

For ETICS installations requiring non-combustible fasteners.

AVAILABLE LENGTHS [MM]

INSTALLATION TYPE

APPROVAL DOCUMENTS

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

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RAWLPLUG FASADE PROGRAMME

The best fixings for each type of application. 100% correct anchoring in all conditions. The best parameters, the most versatile of professional fixings.

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1,0 kN

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COMPENDIUM OF KNOWLEDGE

FACADE THERMAL INSULATION TECHNOLOGY

BUILDING THERMAL INSULATION

FACADE THERMAL INSULATION TECHNOLOGY

BUILDING INSULATION METHODS

Adequate insulation of the building contributes to improving the climate and the thermal comfort indoors. The higher the temperature of the wall, the cosier it is in the building. The warmer the walls are the easier and faster the air is heated indoor, and this translates directly to reduced heating expense.

Heat insulation of the building provides: ƒ up to 40% savings in energy consumption, which translates directly into the amount of heat needed to heat the rooms ƒ optimal climate inside the building ƒ long term protection of the building envelope ƒ improved facade aesthetics ƒ care for natural environment

HEAT LOSS

COMPENDIUM OF KNOWLEDGE HEAT INSULATION FROM THE OUTSIDE External Thermal Insulated Composite System (ETICS) 1. External wall– substrate 2. Layer of adhesive mixture or mortar 3. Thermal insulation board 4. Mechanical fastener 5. Mesh-reinforced layer 6. Plaster

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ROOF 6% VENTILATION 30%

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WINDOWS 24%

WALLS 37%

HEAT INSULATION FROM THE OUTSIDE USING THE VENTILATED METHOD

HEAT INSULATION FROM THE INSIDE

BASEMENT 3%

VENTILATION 15% ROOF 20%

WALLS 40%

WINDOWS 15%

For each of the heat insulation methods we recommend a professional system of mechanical connectors, which serves as the fixing of the system to the elevation.

BASEMENT 10%

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FORMAL AND LEGAL REQUIREMENTS APPLIED TO THE COMPONENTS OF THERMAL INSULATION SYSTEMS The criteria applied to the components of External Thermal Insulated Composite Systems with rendering (ETICS) in relation to the whole of that system have been identified by the European Organisation for Technical Approvals (EOTA). The recommendations and research programs of the products are contained in the guidelines for European Technical Approval (ETAG – European Technical Approval Guidelines). For thermal insulation systems on facades the following documents are important: ƒƒ ETAG No. 004: “External Thermal Insulation Composite Systems with rendering” ƒƒ ETAG No. 014: “Plastic anchors for fixing external thermal insulation composite systems” ETAG constitutes a foundation for granting the European Technical Approval (ETA) for each product. Construction Products holding an ETA certificate and Declarations of Conformity can use the CE marking, which allows free movement of goods within the Member States of the European Economic Area (EEA).

MAIN ASSUMPTIONS OF THE APPLICATION OF MECHANICAL FASTENERS IN FACADE THERMAL INSULATION TECHNOLOGY

Under the Directive on construction products, ETICS constitute a set of products for use in the interconnection, as an integral usable whole. The ETICS manufacturer, which holds the European Technical Approval (ETA) certificate, is responsible for the selection of individual components of the system, which according to ETAG 004 include:

MECHANICAL STABILIZATION OF THE THERMAL INSULATION PANELS – COUNTERACTING THE SHEARING FORCE OF THE DEADWEIGHT OF THERMAL INSULATION SYSTEM

ƒƒ adhesive mixture or mortar for fixing insulation panels ƒƒ thermal insulation boards – most frequently EPS panels and ƒƒ front panels made of mineral wool under the direct plaster

The thermal insulation system composed of laminated insulation panels has a large deadweight, which is transferred through the shearing forces directly onto the wall.

ƒƒ recommended load carrying capacity – the so-called useful load carrying capacity, which takes into account the assumed safety factors

The adhesive mixture is the only connection of the facade with heat insulation material and according to the ETAG assumption, it transfers all shearing forces, which impact on the facade.

In order to determine the load carrying capacity of the fastener partial safety factors must be applied to the characteristic resistance value. According to the technical approval the reduction coeffient for the fastener is 2.0. An additional safety factor should be applied for the type of load, which according to EN 1991-1-4:2005 for wind load the reduction coefficient is 1.5. The model of the facade fastener’s operation is shown in Fig. 1 (p. 14).

ƒƒ rendering The following forces affect the elevation:

ƒƒ mechanical fasteners for anchoring the thermal insulation ƒƒ materials

ƒƒ deadweight of the heat insulation system

ƒƒ adhesive mixture or mortar for bedding of the reinforcement

ƒƒ weather conditions (wind, temperature difference)

ƒƒ mesh

ƒƒ hygrothermal factors (thermal expansion of the panels and thus the adhesive bonding weakens with time)

ƒƒ reinforcing mesh

The special design of the plates and anchoring areas of the KOELNER fasteners allow the transfer of heavy load carrying capacity at the shortest (25 mm) anchoring depth available.

ƒƒ primer – optional, depending on the system ƒƒ mixture or plaster

CE marking is a guarantee of uniform manufacture of the products in relation to technical specifications. However, a CE mark cannot be treated as a quality mark. The guidelines assume a predictable service life of the heat insulation system for at least 25 years. The actual life may be, however, much longer. This information cannot constitute the guarantee of the Manufacturer of the system or its components. When installing the products the national building regulations, including regional requirements (e.g. regulations resulting from the wind zone, in which a building is located – this translates into the wind suction loads and safety factors, etc.) must also be taken into account.

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These forces are characterized by: size, direction and starting point. Force values (load carrying capacity) are defined in kN (kilonewtonswww.rawlplug.com 1 kN = 100 kg), bending torque in Nm (Newton-metre 1 Nm = 0.1 kgm).

ƒƒ supplementary elements: plinth beads, corner profiles, drip ƒƒ corner beads etc If the investor voluntarily completes the components of the system from various suppliers, whose products are not included in the European Technical Approval of the given system, the document loses its validity. As a result, the Manufacturer’s warranty becomes automatically void.

The knowledge of these loads is essential for the optimal selection of the type and quantity of the fasteners: ƒƒ breaking load – the force that causes the destruction of the substrate,

As a result, the fastener is an essential element that ensures the N mechanical stability of the thermal insulation system.

ƒƒ fastener, and the connection (breaking of the fastener)

KOELNER recommendation: All components of the system should be supplied by the holder of the European Technical Approval certificate for ETICS.

ƒƒ characteristic load – the force that is reached or exceeded in 90% of all cases 1

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SELECTION OF MECHANICAL FASTENERS

COUNTERACTING WIND SUCTION FORCES Wind suction force is another heavy load, in addition to the system’s own weight. Tensile stresses, created by its activity, impact heavily the rigid adhesive joints, especially with the increase of the building’s height. The joints between the wall and mortar adhesive (or between old plaster and adhesive mortar) and between the adhesive mortar and insulation board are particularly vulnerable. The use of mechanical fasteners in ETICS counteracts wind suction forces protecting the system against detachment from the substrate. To withstand this load, the fastener must have a rigid plate (preferably 0.6 kN/mm) which holds down the insulation board to the substrate and a special anchorage area, which carries large forces in the applied material of the substrate. If the adhesive mortar stops binding the insulation with the substrate, the fastener is the only element that secures the facade from delamination. Predominantly the largest stress occurs in tall buildings, building edges, freestanding buildings and buildings in mountainous and coastal wind areas.

ASSESSMENT OF THE SUBSTRATE safe anchorage

Fastener plate rigidity and pull-through resistance

wind suction

The effect of compression which increases the friction force to resist the shear force from the weight of the system

Shear force due to weight of the system

In the case of multiple hygrothermal interactions system failures may be due to insufficient preparation of the substrate under the laminated panel, for example: ƒ insufficient amount of adhesive ƒ adhesive not resistant enough to aging under low temperatures ƒ poorly prepared surface; weak, old layers of plaster left ƒ incorrect facade finishing, surface too uneven ƒ failure to observe technological requirements during installation (including setting time of cement-based adhesive)

The selection of the optimal mechanical fastening starts with defining the substrate, to which the anchoring of heat insulation system is being planned. ETAG 014 “Plastic anchors for fixing external thermal insulation composite systems” defines 5 categories of substrate suitable for use with mechanical fasteners: ƒ Usable category A – Plastic fasteners for use in ordinary concrete (C12/15-C50/60) ƒ Usable category B – Plastic fasteners for use in solid wall blocks (solid silica brick, solid ceramic brick) ƒ Usable category C – Plastic fasteners for use in walls made of hollow bricks or cavity bricks ƒ Usable category D – Plastic fasteners for use in lightweight concrete (tensile grade LAC 2 – LAC 25) ƒ Usable category E – Plastic fasteners for use in autoclaved cellular concrete (tensile grade P2-P7)

Since the resistance to load and displacement under load largely depends on the substrate, the assessment of the fasteners is generally possible only for well-defined substrates. To assess the properties of the fastener in less-defined substrates (cavity bricks, chequer bricks or hollow blocks) tests should always be carried out on site. This is particularly important in the case of old substrates. Affected by time, exposure to natural elements and other factors can alter their characteristics significantly.

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COUNTERACTING HYGROTHERMAL FORCES WHICH IMPACT THE THERMAL INSULATION SYSTEM Large temperature and humidity fluctuations can cause volumetric changes in thermal insulation material. These changes very significantly affect the rigid bonding between the substrate and insulation panels, and over time can lead to its weakening due to the formation of bulges or depressions in the insulation panels.

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ƒ failure to observe the recommended ambient temperature (typically +5°C to +25°C) ƒ leaving unfinished work for the winter The mechanical fastener is the only element that counteracts all forces that affect the facade.

Minimum thickness of the substrate, in which fasteners are anchored, is hmin = 100 mm.

APPLICATION OF FASTENERS WITH ADDITIONAL PLATES

Depending on the system, facade fasteners can be used with additional holding plates, which are designed to increase the holding surface of thermal insulation. The plates are applied onto the fastener during the installation of the fastener, which is a very easy and fast process. The use of fasteners with an additional plate is especially recommended during the installation of thermal insulation panels made of mineral fibre and lamella.

The entire weight of the elevation and protection against wind suction forces rests on a fastener, so it is very important to select the optimal anchoring for the facade. The position of fixings in the joints of thermal insulation boards, in their corners and in the central section is the best guarantee of proper function of ETICS over a long period. The recommended arrangement of the fixing points of the thermal insulation panels is shown in the adjacent drawing.

DETERMINATION OF OPTIMAL LENGTH OF THE FASTENER

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For proper selection of the mechanical fastener’s length (L) the following must be considered: ƒ the thickness of thermal insulation layers (hd ) ƒ the thickness of adhesive/ mortar layer (ttol 10mm) ƒ the thickness of the old plaster – if any (ttol 2 – usually it is 20mm) ƒ the depth of anchoring the fastener of the given type, as specified by the manufacturer (h nom )

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SELECTION OF THE FASTENER TYPE

After the substrate has been determined, the optimal type of the fastener is selected. Each European Approval regarding mechanical fasteners defines the suitability of the given fastener for the particular type of the substrate along with specifying the load carrying capacity characteristic of the fastener. Based on these details it is possible to precisely determine what parameters the specified fastener can reach in the given substrate. When selecting the type of the fastener the following parameters should be compared: ƒ characteristic load carrying capacity of the fastener – the fastener’s resistance to wind suction forces on anchoring it in the defined substrate (the larger in the given substrate, the better); ƒ “insulation” of the fastener’s plate with a layer of thermal insulation – thermal conductivity is equalized in anchoring points to the level of the heat insulation material of the insulated facade and the difference of diffusion resistance; failure to “insulate” the fastener results in spot discoloration;

ƒ the depth of the fastener anchoring – the depth of embedding the fastener in the substrate, at which the fastener reaches the characteristic load carrying capacity as specified in the ETA (the shorter the better – ideally 25 mm);

The quantity and distribution of the fasteners is one of the most important parameters, which determine the stability and safety of the facade operation. The quantity and distribution of the fasteners depend on:

ƒ spot thermal permeability – the so-called “thermal bridge” – a place where heat from the interior escapes outside (the lower the better – it should not be greater than 0.002 W/m2K); the high thermal permeability results in the loss of heat and the formation of stains on the elevation;

ƒ the weight of the thermal insulation system

ƒ the stiffness of the fastener plate prevents the pull-through of thermal insulation system through the fastener anchored in the substrate (the bigger, the better; optimally it should be not less than 0.6 kN/mm); poor stiffness of the plate may result in tearing off of the insulation from the facade, while the fastener remains in the substrate;

ƒ resistance to pulling out of individual fasteners in a given substrate

ƒ versatility of application – from the customer’s perspective the best fastener is the product which can be safely embedded in any substrate i.e. A, B, C, D & E; and fulfils all the above mentioned parameters.

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ƒ the zone of wind force impact

Generally, there is a rule to increase the number of fixing points along with the increasing height of the building and on its edges. Due to high suction forces impacting these areas it is recommended to increase the quantity of the anchors in that area.

THE ARRANGEMENT OF THE FASTENERS IN THE MIDDLE AND CORNER SECTIONS OF THE ELEVATION

Fastener type TFIX-8S/ST TFIX-8M KI-10M KI-10N KI-10NS KC

POLYSTYRENE Building height/number of fasteners up to 8 m 8-20 m over 20 m — 4-5 pieces/m2

TFIX-8S/ST TFIX-8M KI-10M KI-10N KI-10NS KC

6-8 pieces/m2

8 - 10 pieces/m2 6 pieces/m2

4 pieces/m2

6 pieces/m2

4 pieces/m2

8,5 pieces/m2

6 pieces/m2

11 pieces/m2

8 pieces/m2

14,5 pieces/m2

10 pieces/m2

17 pieces/m2

12 pieces/m2

7 pieces/m2

4 pieces/m2

10 pieces/m2

4 pieces/m2

MINERAL FIBRE Building height/number of fasteners up to 8 m 8-20 m over 20 m

6-8 pieces/m2

8 - 10 pieces/m2

10 - 12 pieces/m2

LAMELLA Building height/number of fasteners up to 20 m over 20 m

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The recommended quantity of the fasteners should be calculated for each specific building and take into account all the factors that affect its value (according to EN 1991-14:2005).

ƒ type and dimensions of the thermal insulation material

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TFIX-8ST

A VERSATILE SCREW-IN FACADE FASTENER FOR ALL SUBSTRATES; A, B, C, D, E

DRILLING The method of drilling a hole for the installation of the mechanical fastener depends on the type of material, from which the substrate is made. There are three types of drilling: ƒ rotary drilling – drilling by rotation and without percussion or hammer action, recommended for drilling in materials of low mechanical strength such as bricks, aerated concrete due to the fact that it does not enlarge the hole and nor damage the structure of the material;

ƒ percussive drilling – drilling by rotating with multiple light strikes with the drill bit into the substrate; recommended for drilling materials with high mechanical strength and compact structure such as concrete blocks, solid brick;

A drill bit is a tool, which is subject to wear – its degree and frequency is a derivative of the hardness of the substrate material. The harder the substrate, the greater the wear of the drill bit, be sure to replace the bit as frequently as required. In the process of drilling a hole for embedding a facade fastener it is important to maintain the correct geometry of the hole; drilling should take place always at a square angle relative to the surface of the elevation. It is unacceptable to change the angle of driving the drill bit, particularly for materials with low mechanical strength (hollow block, aerated concrete).

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The most UNIVERSAL fastener – for all substrates (ABCDE) and all types of insulation material and thickness, either countersunk or surface fixed, backed by European Technical Approval.

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HOMOGENEOUS FINISHED SURFACE – integrated insulation cap with unique surface reinforcement equalizes drying times and thermal conductivity over the fixing points.

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REDUCED THERMAL TRANSMISSION – long screw overmoulding reduces thermal bridging.

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ACCURATE COUNTERSUNK SETTING – integrated TFIX-PERFORATOR automatically countersinks and provides 100% SETTING CONTROL in EPS and MW.

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OPTIMAL PLATE STIFFNESS – ensures smooth elevation surface and stable insulation system.

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EFFICIENT SOLUTION – reduced installation time due to 25mm embedment and 8mm drill size.

After the drilling is finished it is essential to clean the hole of dust and drill debris, failure to do this can be the cause of improper anchoring of the fastener in the substrate.

ƒ hammer drilling – drilling by rotation with a small number of highenergy strikes with the drill bit into the substrate; recommended for drilling in extremely hard structures such as concrete;

EMBEDDING THE FASTENER INCORRECT

Too deep anchoring of the fastener may require using more mortar, which significantly increases the quantity of the plaster used and over time it may cause cracks on the facade. 7

CORRECT

QUICK & EASY surface and cuntersunk installation by TFIX-TOOL with torx-40 bit.

The proper embedment of the fastener in the elevation provides for full facing of the fastener plate with the layer of insulation.

8

INCORRECT

EUROPEAN STANDARD – best parameters confirmed in European Technical Approval.

Too shallow anchoring of the fastener may cause its plate to protrude above the insulation, which leads to the necessity of applying a thicker layer of reinforcement over the entire surface of the facade, except for the surface of the pins, which will significantly increase the cost of the project.

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PRODUCT RANGE

PRODUCT RANGE A VERSATILE SCREW-IN FACADE FASTENER FOR ALL SUBSTRATES; A, B, C, D, E

TFIX-8ST DESCRIPTION

ƒ always 100% accurate setting

ƒ the shortest anchoring depths

ƒ recommended for the attachment of ETICS to every type of defined substrate (ETA)

ƒ the largest load transfer

ƒ Insulation of the fastener plate reduces thermal bridges and significantly increases long term aesthetics of the facade

ƒ pre-assembled product

A VERSATILE SCREW-IN FACADE FASTENER FOR ALL SUBSTRATES; A, B, C, D, E

TFIX-8ST

Thickness of thermal insulation layers

INSULATION MATERIAL MINERAL FIBRE

LAMELLA + RETAINING WASHER

SUBSTRATES

Old building **

New building *

Old building **

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

qty

TFIX-8ST-115

80

60

-

-

115

100

TFIX-8ST-135

100

80

60

-

135

100

TFIX-8ST-155

120

100

80

60

155

100

TFIX-8ST-175

140

120

100

80

175

100

TFIX-8ST-195

160

140

120

100

195

100

TFIX-8ST-215

180

160

140

120

215

100

TFIX-8ST-235

200

180

160

140

235

100

TFIX-8ST-255

220

200

180

160

255

100

TFIX-8ST-275

240

220

200

180

275

100

TFIX-8ST-295

260

240

220

200

295

100

280

260

240

220

335

100

300

280

260

240

335

100

TFIX-8ST-335

B

A

C

D

E

Fastener length

Substrate E

New building *

ƒ maximum safety during installation and operation

ƒ simple, conventional installation

POLYSTYRENE

Substrate A B C D

Index

+ 10mm layer of adhesive mortar ** + 10mm layer of adhesive mortar + 20mm old plaster *

INSTALLATION PARAMETERS Measurement

Concrete ≥C12/15

Solid brick DIN V 105

Chequer brick DIN V 105

Solid silica brick DIN V 106

Cored silica brick DIN V 106

Lightweight concrete blocks DIN 18152

Lightweight concrete hollow bricks DIN 18151

Prefabricated lightweight concrete blocks

Cellular concrete DIN V 4165

Fastener diameter

d

[mm]

8

8

8

8

8

8

8

8

8

ƒ FASTENER PIN: zinc electroplated steel screw

Hole diameter in substrate

d0

[mm]

8

8

8

8

8

8

8

8

8

Minimum hole depth

h0

[mm]

35

35

35

35

35

35

35

35

75

ƒ PIN OVERMOULDING: impact resistant PA 6.0 polyamide (Nylon), with fibreglass reinforcement

Embedment depth

hnom

[mm]

25

25

25

25

25

25

25

25

65

Minimum substrate thickness

hmin

[mm]

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

Measurement

Concrete ≥C12/15

Solid brick DIN V 105

Chequer brick DIN V 105

Solid silica brick DIN V 106

Cored silica brick DIN V 106

Lightweight concrete blocks DIN 18152

Lightweight concrete hollow bricks DIN 18151

Prefabricated lightweight concrete blocks

Cellular concrete DIN V 4165

APPROVAL

Substratet

ETA-11/0144

MATERIAL ƒ FASTENER BODY: impact-resistant polypropylene copolymer

ƒ THERMAL INSULATION MATERIAL: polyethylene foam with outsider liner

Substrate

LOAD PARAMETERS

kN Embedment depth

hnom

[mm]

25

25

25

25

25

25

25

25

65

Characteristic resistance

NRk

[kN]

1,20

1,20

0,75

0,90

0,90

0,50

0,60

0,60

1,20

Design resistance

NRd

[kN]

0,60

0,60

0,38

0,45

0,45

0,25

0,30

0,30

0,60

Recommended load

Nrec

[kN]

0,43

0,43

0,27

0,32

0,32

0,18

0,21

0,21

0,43

*Partial safety factor accomodate to national regulations. If unavailable use 1.4.

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PRODUCT RANGE

PRODUCT RANGE A VERSATILE SCREW-IN FACADE FASTENER FOR ALL SUBSTRATES; A, B, C, D, E

TFIX-8S DESCRIPTION

ƒ always 100% accurate setting

ƒ the largest load transfer

ƒ recommended for the attachment of ETICS to every type of defined substrate (ETA)

ƒ maximum safety during installation and operation

ƒ simple, conventional installation, no need for additional operations or installation accessories

A VERSATILE SCREW-IN FACADE FASTENER FOR ALL SUBSTRATES; A, B, C, D, E

TFIX-8S

Thickness of thermal insulation layers

ƒ the shortest anchoring depths

INSULATION MATERIAL

POLYSTYRENE

MINERAL FIBRE

LAMELLA

Substrate A B C D

Index

ƒ can be used with an additional KWL plate (recommended for the attachment of mineral fibre and lamella

CORK BOARDS, WOOD FIBRE BOARDS, LIGHTWEIGHT RECYCLED PANELS

SUBSTRATES

Old building **

New building *

Old building **

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

qty

TFIX-8S-115

80

60

-

-

115

200

TFIX-8S-135

100

80

60

-

135

200

TFIX-8S-155

120

100

80

60

155

200

TFIX-8S-175

140

120

100

80

175

200

TFIX-8S-195

160

140

120

100

195

200

TFIX-8S-215

180

160

140

120

215

100

TFIX-8S-235

200

180

160

140

235

100

TFIX-8S-255

220

200

180

160

255

100

TFIX-8S-275

240

220

200

180

275

100

TFIX-8S-295

260

240

220

200

295

100

280

260

240

220

335

100

300

280

260

240

335

100

TFIX-8M-335

B

A

C

D

E

+ 10mm layer of adhesive mortar ** + 10mm layer of adhesive mortar + 20mm old plaster *

APPROVAL

INSTALLATION PARAMETERS Measurement

Concrete ≥C12/15

Solid brick DIN V 105

Chequer brick DIN V 105

Solid silica brick DIN V 106

Cored silica brick DIN V 106

Lightweight concrete blocks DIN 18152

Lightweight concrete hollow bricks DIN 18151

Prefabricated lightweight concrete blocks

Cellular concrete DIN V 4165

d

[mm]

8

8

8

8

8

8

8

8

8

Hole diameter in substrate

d0

[mm]

8

8

8

8

8

8

8

8

8

Minimum hole depth

h0

[mm]

35

35

35

35

35

35

35

35

75

Embedment depth

hnom

[mm]

65

65

65

65

65

65

65

65

65

Minimum substrate thickness

hmin

[mm]

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

Concrete ≥C12/15

Solid brick DIN V 105

Chequer brick DIN V 105

Solid silica brick DIN V 106

Cored silica brick DIN V 106

Lightweight concrete blocks DIN 18152

Lightweight concrete hollow bricks DIN 18151

Prefabricated lightweight concrete blocks

Cellular concrete DIN V 4165

Substratet

Fastener diameter

Measurement

ETA-11/0144

MATERIAL ƒ FASTENER BODY: impact-resistant polypropylene copolymer ƒ FASTENER PIN: zinc electroplated steel screw ƒ PIN OVERMOULDING: impact resistant PA 6.0 polyamide (Nylon), with fibreglass reinforcement

Fastener length

Substrate E

New building *

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

LOAD PARAMETERS Substrate

ƒ The product is especially recommended for use in the installation of ETICS over "existing thermal insulation".

kN Embedment depth

hnom

[mm]

25

25

25

25

25

25

25

25

65

Characteristic resistance

NRk

[kN]

1,20

1,20

0,75

0,90

0,90

0,50

0,60

0,60

1,20

Design resistance

NRd

[kN]

0,60

0,60

0,38

0,45

0,45

0,25

0,30

0,30

0,60

Recommended load

Nrec

[kN]

0,43

0,43

0,27

0,32

0,32

0,18

0,21

0,21

0,43

*Partial safety factor accomodate to national regulations. If unavailable use 1.4.

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PRODUCT RANGE

PRODUCT RANGE HAMMER SET FACADE FASTENER, CATEGORIES A, B, C

DESCRIPTION

TFIX-8M ƒ recommended for the attachment of ETICS to substrates of concrete, solid and perforated bricks (ETA)

ƒ optimal reduction of thermal bridges through the use of a long and impact-resistant nail overmoulding

ƒ the shortest anchoring depth at the maximum strength parameters

ƒ can be used with an additional KWL plate (recommended for the attachment of mineral fibre and lamella)

ƒ the shortest drilling depth – time-saving installation

ƒ economical consumption through optimal product parameters

ƒ the highest technical parameters, which ensure safety in use

ƒ pre-assembled product

HAMMER SET FACADE FASTENER, CATEGORIES A, B, C

TFIX-8M

Thickness of thermal insulation layers Index

60

L L

8

INSULATION MATERIAL

25

MINERAL FIBRE

LAMELLA

CORK BOARDS, WOOD FIBRE BOARDS, LIGHTWEIGHT RECYCLED PANELS

25 25

POLYSTYRENE

Old building **

mm

mm

mm

szt.

60

40

95

200

TFIX-8M-095

ƒ special design of the pin prevents pre-expansion during use

L

SUBSTRATES

*

Fastener length

New building *

TFIX-8M-115

80

60

115

200

TFIX-8M-135

100

80

135

200

TFIX-8M-155

120

100

155

200

TFIX-8M-175

140

120

175

200

TFIX-8M-195

160

140

195

200

TFIX-8M-215

180

160

215

100

TFIX-8M-235

200

180

235

100

TFIX-8M-255

220

200

255

100

TFIX-8M-275

240

220

275

100

TFIX-8M-295

260

240

295

100

+ 10mm layer of adhesive mortar + 10mm layer of adhesive mortar + 20mm old plaster

88

**

8

B

A

INSTALLATION PARAMETERS

C

Measurement

Concrete ≥C12/15

Solid brick 12 Mpa

Ceramic hollow brick 12MPa

Solid silica brick 12MPa

Cored silica brick 12MPa

Aerated concrete DIN 18152

Expandedclay aggregate hollow blocks DIN 18151

25

Fastener diameter

d

[mm]

8

8

8

8

8

8

8

Hole diameter in substrate

d0

[mm]

8

8

8

8

8

8

8

Minimum hole depth

h0

[mm]

35

35

35

35

35

35

35

Substrate

APPROVAL ETA-07/0336

Embedment depth

hnom

[mm]

25

25

25

25

25

25

25

Minimum substrate thickness

hmin

[mm]

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

Concrete ≥C12/15

Solid brick DIN V 105

Chequer brick DIN V 105

Solid silica brick DIN V 106

Cored silica brick DIN V 106

Lightweight concrete blocks DIN 18152

Lightweight concrete hollow bricks DIN 18151

ƒ FASTENER PIN: zinc electroplated steel screw

Measurement

L

MATERIAL ƒ FASTENER BODY: impact-resistant polypropylene copolymer

ƒ PIN OVERMOULDING: impact resistant PA 6.0 polyamide (Nylon), with fibreglass reinforcement

LOAD PARAMETERS Substrate

60

kN Embedment depth

hnom

[mm]

25

25

25

25

25

25

25

Characteristic resistance

NRk

[kN]

1,50

1,50

0,60

1,50

0,90

0,50

0,50

60

Design resistance

NRd

[kN]

0,75

0,75

0,30

0,75

0,45

0,25

0,25

Recommended load

Nrec

[kN]

0,54

0,54

0,21

0,54

0,32

0,18

0,18

*Partial safety factor accomodate to national regulations. If unavailable use 1.4.

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PRODUCT RANGE

KC DESCRIPTION

INSULATION WASHER WITH INTEGRAL CAP ƒ recommended for the attachment of ETICS to wood substrate using UC screws and to steel sheet substrate using WB screws

ƒ economical consumption through optimal product parameters

ƒ reduction of thermal bridges through the special design of fastener caps

ƒ safe installation and use

KC

INSULATION WASHER WITH INTEGRAL CAP Thickness of thermal insulation layers Old building **

mm

mm

mm

mm

szt.

40

20

70

KC + UC-5060

KC + WB-48080

250

6.1

ƒ can be used with an additional KWL plate (recommended in the attachment of mineral fibre and lamella)

Optimal combination of products

mm

ƒ quick, simple and clean installation

ƒ regular holding force

Fastener length

New building *

15

PRODUCT RANGE

INSULATION MATERIAL

Wood

trapezoidal sheet

60

40

90

KC + UC-5080

KC + WB-48080

250

80

60

110

KC + UC-5100

KC+ WB-48100

250

100

80

130

KC + UC-5120

KC + WB-48120

250

120

100

150

KC + UC-6140

KC+ WB-48140

250

140

120

170

KC + UC-6160

KC + WB-48160

250

160

140

190

KC + UC-6180

KC+ WB-48180

200

180

160

210

KC + UC-6200

KC+ WB-48200

200

+ 10mm layer of adhesive mortar ** + 10mm layer of adhesive mortar + 20mm old plaster *

POLYSTYRENE

MINERAL FIBRE

LAMELLA

SUBSTRATES

60

5,0

5,0

5,0

6,0

6,0

6,0

Embedment depth

hnom

[mm]

-

20

20

18

25

20

18

Minimum substrate thickness

hmin

[mm]

0,75

20

20

18

25

20

18

Maximum substrate thickness

hmax

[mm]

2,5

-

-

-

-

-

-

Wood

Plywood

OSB board

Wood

KC +

Wood

WB

UC-05

OSB board

Wood

4,8

Fixing type

Plywood

OSB board

[mm]

MATERIAL ƒ FASTENER BODY: impact-resistant polypropylene copolymer

Plywood

d

Substrate

Fastener diameter

Steel ≥0,75mm

Steel ≥0,75mm

INSTALLATION PARAMETERS

UC-06

KC + UC

WB

UC-05

OSB board

Fixing type kN Embedment depth

hnom

[mm]

≥0,75

20

20

18

25

20

18

Characteristic resistance

NRk

[kN]

0,90

0,70

0,70

0,70

0,80

0,80

0,80

KC + WB

KC +

Plywood

Substrate

LOAD PARAMETERS

UC-06

Design resistance

NRd

[kN]

0,45

0,35

0,35

0,35

0,40

0,40

0,40

Recommended load

Nrec

[kN]

0,32

0,25

0,25

0,25

0,29

0,29

0,29

*Partial safety factor accomodate to national regulations. If unavailable use 1.4.

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PRODUCT RANGE

PRODUCT RANGE

KWL

ISO-PLUG

INSULATION RETAINING PLATE

DESCRIPTION

ƒ range to suit all types of compressible thermal insulation materials

ƒ compatible with all Koelner facade fasteners

ƒ KWL-140 recommended for use when attaching mineral fibre lamella panels in facade heat insulation technology

ƒ very easy and quick application

DESCRIPTION

ƒ large rigidity of the plate

INSULATION FIXING ƒ outdoor lightning

ƒ letter boxes

ƒ nameplates

ƒ motion detectors

ƒ house numbers

ƒ fastening cold, air-conditioned refrigerated rooms

ƒ electric switches

INSULATION MATERIAL

Torx T40

LAMELLA

MINERAL FIBRE

POLYSTYRENE

INSULATION MATERIAL

POLYSTYRENE

MINERAL FIBRE

27

SUBSTRATES

BASE MATERIAL ƒ Impact resistant PA6/PP

KWL-140

C

E

D

80

B

A

INSTALLATION PARAMETERS Plug

APPROVAL

Size

ETA: 11/0144 07/0291 07/0221 07/0336

KWL-110

Ø27

Screw

Diameter

Length

Diameter

Length

d

l

D

L

[mm]

[mm]

[mm]

[mm]

ISO-PLUG-50

27

52

4,2

70

ISO-PLUG-80

27

82

4,2

70

Product code

MATERIAL

Nr rysunku

01/KWL110/02/07

Nr rysunku

Installation depth

Min. spacing

Min. edge distance

Max. thickness

[mm]

[mm]

[mm]

50

100

100

-

ISO-PLUG-80

-

150

-

80

100

100

-

ISO-PLUG-50

27

52

4,0 - 4,5 mm

10 kg

50

ISO-PLUG-80

27

82

4,0 - 4,5 mm

15 kg

40

B

10°

[mm]

-

5 R 0,

10°

R 50

B-B (1 : 1)

16,5

3,44

10°0

R 0,75

PRZEKRÓJ B-B SKALA 2 : 1

R 0,

5

1,51

Nr części

'

4,46

0,53

90

44

R2 B

2,2

40°0'

60,5

70 100

10° A

67,5

R 35

29

R ° 12,5° 35

24,2°

R 0,75

4,46

'

PRZEKRÓJ F-F SKALA 2 : 1

4,78

1,1 5°0

7

A

2,9°

60° 70 130

R3

'

5°0

2,58

90

1,5 2,2

KWL-90

1,5

R1 140

110

'

10°0

Nazwa części

KWL090 poprawiona

Nazwisko Konstruował Kreślił

04.11.04

S.Nocula

04.11.04

Podziałka

2:1

Format

A2

2,2

90

Ilość

Materiał i nr normy

2 PA+30% wł.szk.

Nazwa przedmiotu

Nr normy półwyrobu

Ciężar

skurcz 0.5% Zastępuje rys nr

Podpis

Zatwierdził

44 60,5

Data

S.Nocula

Sprawdził

2,2

4,78

PRZEKRÓJ E-E SKALA 2 : 1

3,78

Materiał i nr

2 PA+30%

Ilość

WROCŁAW

KWL-090 poprawiony

PRZEKRÓJ B-B SKALA 2 : 1

Podpis

KWL090 poprawiona

Nazwa części

Data

Nazwa przedmiotu

04.11.04

R1

5 ,704.11.04

A2

SZCZEGÓŁ D SKALA 10 : 1

Nazwisko

S.Nocula

Data

KWL110

05.02.2007

Nazwa przedmio

28,1

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S.Nocula

Format

Nazwa części

Nazwisko

M. Zaskorski

A3

Format

100,3

4

E

45 CB

1,5

Nr części

2:1

Kreślił

Podziałka

Zatwierdził

Sprawdził

Konstruował

2,58 1,58

102

3

1,1

45

B

Nr części

Konstruował

Kreślił

Sprawdził

1:1

Podziałka

Zatwierdził

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10°

2

1,5

F

90

B

PRZEKRÓJ E-E SKALA 2 : 1

4

KWL-110

1

3,78

C

E F

PRZEKRÓJ C-C SKALA 2 : 1

4,78

B-B (7 : 8)

2,2 4,78 B

31,5

INSTALLATION

PRZEKRÓJ F-F SKALA 2 : 1

CB

7,8

7

R1

7,8

10° 67,5

[mm]

100

2,2

1,51

2,58

R 65

14,6

10°

A

14,6 10°

R 35

,75

9

C

E

R3

R 50

KWL-140

B

R1

R2

[mm]

-

1,5

R2

[mm] ISO-PLUG-50

1.25

E

R3

tfix

F

24,2°

0,53

F

2,9°

cmin

4

A

smin

D

SZCZEGÓŁ D SKALA 10 : 1

R 35

29

B

130,3

2,58

1,58

24,2°

R

R2

7

2,9°

R1

10°

R 65

R 35

132

3,44

D

A

° 12,5° 35

10°

67,5

10°

14,6

A

7,8

70 100

B-B (1 : 1)

2,9°

9

24,2°

R3

R2

28

10°

hnom

B

16,5

A

R2

A

10° 67,5

7

h0

CHARACTERISTIC LOAD

Podziałka

B

31,5 R1

hmin

RECOMENDED SCREW

KWL110 Nazwa przedmiotu Format

A3

05.02.2007 M. Zaskorski Kreślił

Sprawdził

Zatwierdził

40°0'

110

14,6

d0

PRODUCT CODE

Zastapiony przez rys nr Należy do zespołu nr

Nr archiwalny

Podpis

KWL110

Nazwisko

Nazwa części Nr części

Konstruował

PRZEKRÓJ C-C SKALA 2 : 1

1:1

Materiał i nr normy

PP, PA+30%WS

1

KOELNER WROCŁAW

R5

Ilość

10°

A-A (1 : 1)

R0

,5

7,8

5 R 0,7

2,55 R4

R 0,75 1°

R1

102 10°

B

Data

KWL140 Nazwa przedmiotu Format

A3 7:8

Podziałka

Zatwierdził

100,3

140

Zastępuje rys nr

Nr normy półwyrobu

Ciężar

Zastapiony przez rys nr Należy do zespołu nr

Nr archiwalny

KOELNER WROCŁAW 05.02.2007

M. Zaskorski Kreślił

Sprawdził

Konstruował

Nazwisko

25

0,

Min. hole depth

01/KWL140/02/07

Ciężar Materiał i nr normy

PP, PA+30%WS

1 Podpis

R5

Ilość

A-A (7 : 8)

10°

KWL140

Data

7,8

R0

2,55

,75

R 0,75

,75

132

10°

Nr części

R

Product code

PRODUCT DATA

1,5

R0

130,3 Nazwa części

200

28,1

R1

200

17,45

28,1

KWL-140

16,45

16,5 17,5

KWL-110

200

60°

KWL-090

61

Marking

61 49,9

R4

10°

64

1° 5

0,

Zastępuje rys nr

Nr normy półwyrobu

10°

R

Ø27

49,9

KWL-90

Size

Min. thickness

ƒ FASTENER BODY: impact resistant PA6 polyamide with fibreglass reinforcement

Fixture

Hole diameter

Substrate

Zastapiony przez rys nr

WROCŁAW KWL-090 poprawiony

Należy do zespołu nr Nr archiwalny Nr rysunku

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and trouble-free installation in the expandable section of the expansion plug

ƒ lowest embedment depth with maximum high performance parameters

ƒ optimal reduction of thermal bridge through the use of an additional plastic pin

ƒ shortest drilling depth - saves installation time

ƒ the possibility of using a fixing with an extra KWL insulation holding flange (recommended in the use of mineral-lamella wool)

ƒ optimal technical parameters for detachment to ensure the safety of the product ƒ polyamide pin design reinforced with glass fibre - allows fast

DESCRIPTION

ƒ product is recommended for installation of facade thermal insulation in concrete and solid brick (ETA) substrate

ƒ economical consumption through optimal product parameters

INSULATION FIXING

ƒ product is recommended for installation of facade thermal insulation in substrate made from perforated and solid brick, light concrete and aerated concrete (ETA) ƒ lowest embedment depth with maximum high performance parameters ƒ shortest drilling depth – saves installation time

LAMELLA

MINERAL FIBRE

ƒ high technical parameters for detachment to ensure the safety of the product

INSULATION MATERIAL POLYSTYRENE

CORK BOARDS, WOOD FIBRE BOARDS, LIGHTWEIGHT RECYCLED PANELS

SUBSTRATES C

E

D

B

APPROVAL

*

250

KI-090

50

30

90

250

KI-120

80

60

120

250

Fastener diameter

d

[mm]

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

KI-140

100

80

140

250

Minimum hole depth

h0

[mm]

35

35

35

35

35

35

35

50

50

KI-160

120

100

160

250

hnom

[mm]

25

25

25

25

25

25

25

40

40

KI-180

140

120

180

250

KI-200

160

140

200

250

KI-220

180

160

220

mm

mm

mm

szt.

50

30

120

250

KI-140N

70

50

140

250

KI-160N

90

70

160

250

70

KI-180N

110

90

180

250

60

KI-200N

130

110

200

250

KI-220N

150

130

220

250

KI-260N

190

170

260

200

KI-300N

230

210

300

200

Embedment depth

hnom

[mm]

25

25

25

25

25

25

25

40

40

60

Characteristic resistance

NRk

[kN]

0,40

0,40

0,40

0,40

0,40

0,30

0,30

0,40

0,50

0,10

250 *

+ 10mm layer of adhesive mortar + 10mm layer of adhesive mortar + 20mm old plaster

Fastener diameter

d

[mm]

10

10

10

10

Minimum hole depth

h0

[mm]

70

70

70

70

hnom

[mm]

60

60

60

60

Embedment depth

hnom

[mm]

60

60

60

60

Characteristic resistance

NRk

[kN]

0,90

0,40

0,30

0,90

Fastener length

KI-120N

LOAD PARAMETERS

Aerated concrete blocks

70

Lightweight aggregate concrete hollow blocks

-

Old building **

Vertically perforated porosited blocks

30

New building *

Solid brick DIN V 105

KI-070

Index

Substrate

szt.

Porotherm

mm

Embedment depth

Thickness of thermal insulation layers

Cellular concrete DIN V 4165

Prefabricated lightweight concrete blocks

Lightweight concrete hollow bricks DIN 18151

Lightweight concrete blocks DIN 18152

Chequer brick DIN V 105

Cored silica brick DIN V 106

mm

Concrete

mm

Substrate

Old building **

Embedment depth LOAD PARAMETERS

+ 10mm layer of adhesive mortar + 10mm layer of adhesive mortar + 20mm old plaster

**

**

INSTALLATION

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Solid silica brick DIN V 106

Solid brick DIN V 105

Measurement

INSTALLATION PARAMETERS

New building *

Index

E

D

ETA-07/0221

INSTALLATION PARAMETERS Fastener length

C

APPROVAL

ETA-07/0291

Thickness of thermal insulation layers

MINERAL FIBRE

SUBSTRATES

B

A

ƒ the possibility of using a fixing with an extra KWL insulation holding flange (recommended in the use of mineral-lamella wool) ƒ economical consumption through optimal product parameters

INSULATION MATERIAL POLYSTYRENE

ƒ optimal reduction of thermal bridge through the use of stroke-resistant screw overmoulding

Measurement

DESCRIPTION

KI-10N

INSULATION FIXINGS FIXINGS INSULATION

INSTALLATION

1

2

1

2

3

4

3

4

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ACCESSORIES

FIRE RESISTANT FIXING

DESCRIPTION ƒ

applications: soft insulating material, pressure-resistant insulating material, mineral wool, glass wool, wood-wool building slab

ƒ zinc plated steel for indoor aplications ƒ quick & easy installation

ƒ fire resistance product

LAMELLA

MINERAL FIBRE

MATERIAL

40 L 50

ƒ Stainless steel

Measurement

Concrete ≥C20/25

Solid brick 15 Mpa

Solid silica brick 15MPa

Aerated concrete 600

d

[mm]

8

8

8

8

Hole diameter in substrate

d0

[mm]

8

8

8

-

Minimum hole depth

h0

[mm]

60

60

60

-

Embedment depth

hnom

[mm]

50

50

50

50

Minimum substrate thickness

hmin

[mm]

100

100

100

100

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Substrate

Fastener diameter

Index

50

Aerated concrete 600

Solid silica brick 15MPa

Solid brick 15 Mpa

Concrete ≥C20/25

Substrate

Measurement

LOAD CARRYING CAPACITY

50

INSULATION MATERIAL

INSTALLATION PARAMETERS

Thickness of thermal insulation layers

50

Bonding of polystyrene panels in heat insulation systems. Bonding of polystyrene ceiling tiles, window sills. Filling of expansion joints in heat insulation. Bonding and insulating wall panels, corrugated metal sheet and roof tiles. ƒ Excellent adhesion to construction materials. ƒ Good adhesion to bituminous materials used in insulation products.

CORK BOARDS, WOOD FIBRE BOARDS, LIGHTWEIGHT RECYCLED PANELS

B

1

ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ

ƒ zinc-electroplated steel

A

hnom

[mm]

50

NRk

[kN]

0,88

0,66

0,94

0,82

Calculated load-carrying capacity

NRd

[kN]

0,34

0,22

0,32

0,26

Recommended load-carrying capacity

Nrec

[kN]

0,23

0,15

0,21

0,17

Destruction of zinc electroplated steel

Destruction of stainless steel Characteristic load carrying capacity Calculated load-carrying capacity Recommended load-carrying capacity

qty

DESCRIPTION

INSULATION MATERIAL

SUBSTRATES

Characteristic load carrying capacity

Index

RPP-FIX

POLYSTYRENE

kN Embedment depth

STYROFIX - RPP-FIX POLYSTYRENE ADHESIVE

ƒ stainless steel for outdoor aplications

NRk

[kN]

0,94

0,76

0,88

0,89

NRd

[kN]

0,37

0,26

0,30

0,29

Nrec

[kN]

0,25

0,17

0,20

0,19

*

New building *

Old building **

Fastener length

mm

mm

mm

szt.

20

-

80

250

MBA-08110

50

30

110

MBA-08140

80

60

140

D

250

PD-03

3

25

250

PD-05

5

25

PD-08

8

25

PD-10

10

25

PD-15

15

25

MBA-08200

140

120

200

250

MBA-08240

180

160

240

250

250

MBA-08300

240

220

300

250

MBA-SS-08090

30

-

90

250

MBA-SS-08110

50

30

110

250

MBA-SS-08140

80

60

140

250

MBA-SS-08170

110

90

170

250

MBA-SS-08200

140

120

200

250

MBA-SS-08250

190

170

250

125

MBA-SS-08300

240

220

300

125

**

C

Diameter mm

110

+ 10mm layer of adhesive mortar

B

A

Index

MBA-08170

170

SUBSTRATES

E

PD SPACERS

MBA-08080

90

POLYSTYRENE

qty

MATERIAL

ƒ polypropylene DESCRIPTION

ƒ Essential for correct installation of base tracks and ETICS rails on uneven substrates. ƒ Designed for use with different fasteners in diameters 6, 8 &10 mm. ƒ Colour coded for quick and easy size identification. ƒ Simple installation.

+ 10mm layer of adhesive mortar + 20mm old plaster

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ACCESSORIES

THERMAL INSULATION BEADS AND MESH REINFORCEMENT ALUMINIUM CONER BEAD

HAMMER-IN FIXINGS

WITH MESH

MUSHROOM HEAD WITH STEEL NAIL Index

mm

mm

mm

qty

R-FX-N-06K040

6

40

PZ2

100

R-FX-N-06K060

6

60

PZ2

100

cm

Mesh size mm

qty

NALS-25

250

70x70

20

NALS-30

300

70x70

20

NALS-25-PREMIUM

250

80x120

20

NALS-30-PREMIUM

300

80x120

20

cm

Mesh eye size mm

qty

250

10×10

20

Index

HAMMER-IN FIXINGS CYLINDRICAL HEAD WITH STEEL NAIL Index

mm

mm

mm

qty

R-FX-N-08C045

8

45

PZ2

100

R-FX-N-08C060

8

60

PZ2

100

R-FX-N-08C080

8

80

PZ2

50

R-FX-N-08C100

8

100

PZ2

50

R-FX-N-08C120

8

120

PZ2

50

NAPS PVC CORNER BEAD WITH MESH

FF1

Index

FRAME FIXING WITH COACHSCREW Index

mm

qty

mm

R-FF1-N-10K080

10×80

7×89

TORX40/M13

50

R-FF1-N-10K100

10×100

7×109

TORX40/M13

25

R-FF1-N-10K120

10×120

7×129

TORX40/M13

25

R-FF1-N-10K140

10×140

7×149

TORX40/M13

25

R-FF1-N-10K160

10×160

7×169

TORX40/M13

25

R-FF1-N-10K200*

10×200

7×209

TORX40/M13

25

R-FF1-N-10K240*

10×240

7×249

TORX40/M13

25

R-FF1-N-10K300*

10×300

7×309

TORX40/M13

25

HR SCAFFOLDING HOOK

NAPS-25

PC ALUMINIUM PLINTH BEAD

Index

HRK PLUGS FOR SCAFFOLDING HOOKS

LPC Index

Ø

mm

qty

HR-12120

12

120

25

HR-12160

12

160

25

HR-12190

12

190

25

HR-12230

12

230

25

HR-12300

12

300

25

HR-12350

12

350

25

Ø

HRK-14070

14

70

25

HRK-14100

14

100

25

HRK-14135

14

135

25

34

mm

Concrete

Solid brick

Cellular concrete

Porotherm

kN Embedment depth

hef

[mm]

70

70

70

70

Characteristic load carrying capacity

NRk

[kN]

16,20

10,30

4,00

1,00

Calculated load-carrying capacity γM= 2,0 NRd

[kN]

8,10

5,15

2,00

0,50

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10

PC-103/25

250

10

PC-123/25

250

10

PC-153/25

250

10

Index

qty 25

NBO PVC TRUNKING BEAD

SUBSTRATES Measurement

10

PC-83/25

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qty

250

LPC

Index

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cm

PC-53/25

A

B

Index

Szer. mm

cm

qty

NBO2-30

20

300

20

NBO3-30

30

300

20

NBO5-30

50

300

20

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PROGRAM FASADOWY KOELNER THERMAL INSULATION BEADS AND MESH REINFORCEMENT

INSTALLATION

PVC UNDER SILL BEAD

The mechanical installation of the thermal insulation panels should be carried out after applying adhesive designed for fixing thermal insulation boards according to the manufacturer’s recommendations. A 24-48 hour break is usually required for the

WITH MESH

Index

NPAR-20

cm

qty

300

30

INSPECT AND CHECK THE SUBSTRATE In each case, the examination of the substrate’s load carrying capacity should precede the installation of thermal insulation on

adhesive to bond. Afterwards, you are ready to install fasteners. When installing you must take into account the diameter of the fastener shaft, which should correspond to the diameter of the drill bit and the type of the substrate, and whether or not hammer action is required. the building. This measurement should be carried out using a special measuring device (pull-out meter).

NKAP DRIP CORNER BEAD WITH MESH

Index

cm

qty

NKAP-20

200

25

NKAP-25

250

25

PREPARATION OF THE SUBSTRATE The substrate should be cleaned of dust, old layers of plaster and coating residue, and in the case of new buildings it must bear sufficient load, while maintaining technological intervals.

NLOK DRIP CORNER BEAD WITH MESH Index

cm

qty

NLOK-14

140

25

NLOK-16

160

25

NLOK-24

240

25

NLOK-25*

250

25

BASE RAIL INSTALLATION ƒ Using a level, align the rail horizontally; mark the reference line and the drilling points.

ƒ Drill holes in points previously selected. Select the drill diameter that corresponds to the fasteners used for the installation of the bead; the recommended spacing of the fasteners for the installation of the bead is approx. 50 cm.

* with closure

NDYL STRAIGHT AND CORNER PVC EXPANSION JOINT CONTROL LATH WITH MESH

Index NDYL

cm

qty

NDYL-20

prosta

200

25

NDYL-25

prosta

250

25

NDYL-N-20

narożna

200

25

NDYL-N-25

narożna

250

25

Catalogue index: PC

NDYL-N

Catalogue index: LPC, PD

REINFORCEMENT MESH Index

SIATKA-B

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Basis weight g/m² 145

ƒ In inner and outer corners the base rail should be cut at 45°. m² 1.500

ƒ In case of uneven substrate the use of PD spacers is recommended. ƒ To join the base rail the of use of LPC base rail connectors is recommended.

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ŁĄCZNIK FASADOWY WKRĘCANY KATEGORII: A, B, C, D, E

INSTALLING THE FASTENERS ƒ After attaching the thermal insulation panels as per the recommendations of the panel manufacturers and the manufacturers of ETICS, observing correct intervals for bonding (usually 24-48 hours), start installing the mechanical fasteners. ƒ The drill bit diameter should correspond to the fastener diameter: 8 or 10 mm.

ƒ In the case of lamella or compressible insulation types additional ƒ KWL retaining plates should be used.

ƒ The depth of the drill hole in the substrate should be 10 mm longer than the embedment depth of the fastener . ƒ Do not use worn bits, especially in hard materials (concrete, solid brick), as it makes it difficult and sometimes impossible to correctly install the fasteners. ƒ After drilling the hole, insert a fastener until the plate is flush against the insulation and drive or screw it in (depending on the type of the fastener).

ƒ The number and distribution of the fasteners should be in accordance with the relevant installation drawings for each height section of the building.

SUPPLEMENTARY ELEMENTS CORNER AREA FINISHING

ƒ The best finishing quality at the corners is achieved with PVC or aluminium corner beads with mesh. After placing the profile in the corner, using a notched trowel distribute the adhesive, blending it into the mesh and facing the finish.

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