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Energy efficiency

Energy efficiency. Electrical installation in energy-saving buildings.

KAISER products have offered a reliable basis for excellent electrical installation since 1904. Product innovations developed for you often set standards in the industry. The results of KAISER research and development frequently become the standard for all manufacturers. Of course, KAISER products are not only manufactured in accordance with the standards we have set ourselves. Our manufacturing process is ISO-certified to ensure consistent quality which lasts for decades. Of course, we take meeting delivery deadlines, excellent customer service and an optimal price/performance ratio very seriously. Work with a strong brand – your success is worth it.

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Fire-protection technology

Fire protection One-gang boxes and installation housings for fire-protection walls and ceilings

Product Range 2008 Boxes, housings and systems for electrical installation

KAISER products have been offering a reliable basis for excellent electrical installation since 1904. Product innovations developed for you often set standards in the industry. The results of KAISER research and development have often become the standard for all manufacturers.

KAISER manufacturing processes are ISO certified, ensuring that product quality is maintained, even after many years.

Meeting delivery deadlines, excellent customer service and an optimum price/ performance ratio are what we take very seriously at all times.

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Energy-efficient installation in buildings

Intelligent technology. For energy-efficient buildings.

In addition to the requirements of the user regarding architecture and function, contemporary building technology must now also comply with very specific planning regulations. Some of the main regulations define the energy standard of buildings. This requires primary energy consumption to be reduced through higher efficiency. With the right planning, intelligent technology and suitable materials, the potential for previously unused energy-saving methods can now be utilised – completely in line with the EU directive on building efficiency and the national principles. Ultimately, living comfort, quality of work and potential savings are all positive side effects of planning regulations.

Innovative KAISER products help you to fulfil the increasing requirements of the EU directives as well as national regulations such as the Energy-Saving Ordinance (EnEV). As a result, you can easily and reliably achieve the required airtight building shell – for example, with ECON-technology which is used in a new generation of airtight cavity wall boxes and flush-mounting one-gang boxes. We also offer products suitable for electrical installations in insulated exterior facades without heat bridges – such as the universal equipment carrier.

EU directive / Energy-Saving Ordinance Statutory and technical principles

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Airtight installation Causes and effects

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ECONTECHNOLOGY Airtight installation

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One-gang boxes with ECONTECHNOLOGY Air-tight cavity wall one-gang boxes

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Airtight installation KAISER cavity wall installation system

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ENOX airtight installation

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Installation housing for halogen luminaires

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Air-tight sleeves Airtight installation

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System tools Airtight installation

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Installation in exterior facades Causes and effects

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One-gang boxes with ECONTECHNOLOGY Airtight flush-mounting one-gang boxes

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Universal equipment carriers Fixing to facades

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Telescope and ISO products Fixing to exterior facades

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Product summary

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Energy-efficient installation in buildings // Principles

The low-energy standard can reduce heat-energy consumption to approximately 40 % in comparison with normal consumption, and in passive houses even to approximately 8%. In order to achieve good saving effects by renovating existing buildings, the main requirement is optimisation of the heat insulation.

The energy efficiency of a building is determined by two factors: the optimal use of existing energy sources, and minimisation of energy losses. In addition to heating and ventilation technology the consistently well-insulated building shell is the most important factor for protecting against heat losses.

In Germany, the energy performance certificate has been compulsory for new builds since October 2007 and existing buildings since July 1, 2008. In Austria, this has applied to new

The thermal shell area of buildings is mainly formed by the exterior walls, through which 25 to 50 % of the transmission heat losses occur. Heat loss through roof surfaces is next, at 15 to 35%. Heat bridges such as contact areas and leaks through the building shell also cause losses. So, in order to achieve the best possible EnEV (Energy-Saving Ordinance) results, the building shell must be kept airtight and the external insulation must be free from heat bridges – especially with regard to electrical installation.

builds since January 1, 2008, and will apply to existing buildings starting in 2009. Switzerland will introduce the energy performance certificate, based on the EU directives, by 2010.

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The energy performance certificate as a key component of the new EnEV (Energy-Saving Ordinance) is a prerequisite for both commercial and residential properties. It creates more transparency for both buyers and tenants regarding the energy efficiency of a property. This factor is becoming more important in the real estate industry, not only for new build projects but also for renovation projects (existing buildings).

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At a European level, the "Directive on the overall energy efficiency of buildings" formulated requirements that were implemented in German law with the amendment of the Energy-Saving Act 2005 and updating of the EnEV (Energy-Saving Ordinance) 2006. The basis of the new Energy-Saving Ordinance is the Energy-Saving Act (EnEG) which came into force on October 1, 2007. As early as 2002, the Energy-Saving Ordinance (EnEV) made the low-energy house the standard for new builds. In Austria, the EU directive has been national law since August 2007. In Switzerland, the "Efficiency Action Plan" enacted in 2007 regulates measures and provisions which are very similar to those stipulated by the EU directive.

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The Energy-Saving Ordinance (EnEV) came into force in Germany in 2002, replacing the Heat Insulation Regulations and the Heating System Regulations which had been valid until then. The EnEV (Energy-Saving Ordinance) defines minimum standards for new and existing buildings with regards to the insulation standard and the quality of installation technology.


Energy-efficient installation in buildings // Principles

Airtight installation. Energy Saving and regulations.

The heat-insulating airtight building shell in accordance with DIN 4108 plays a key role in achieving the low-energy standard. This is even more important for passive houses, because any damage to the heat insulation here has a serious effect on the energy balance.

In addition to the energetic effect, the airtight building shell has an important protective function for the building fabric. For when warm air within the construction comes into contact with cooler surfaces, the resulting condensation causes moisture damage and the formation of mildew.

The air-tightness of buildings can be examined using the differential pressure process, the "blower door method" in accordance with DIN EN 13829. A film-covered frame is inserted in a door opening with a ventilator that generates a constant excess or low pressure of  50 Pascals in the building.

Uncontrolled draughts of air from sockets are demonstrated with the thermo-anemometer. With lightweight or cavity wall construction, a moisture barrier is applied to the warm side of the insulation to reduce diffusion. In order to achieve the desired insulating effect, this moisture barrier must not have any leaks such as can occur with electrical installations. This is why it is important to use airtight cavity wall boxes to ensure that the moisture barrier is not damaged.

The air volume flow that the ventilator must generate in order to maintain constant pressure is measured. The more leaks a building has, the more volume the ventilator must generate. The n50 value determined in this way specifies how often per hour the building air is exchanged with the exterior air. In buildings without ventilation systems, the air exchange rate must not exceed 3.0 1/h; buildings with ventilation systems are allowed to have a maximum n50 value of 1.5 1/h. To achieve low energy consumption, the aim is to achieve air exchange rates even below 1.0 1/h.

In the conventional masonry construction method, in the interior installation both the air-tightness of the cavity bricks and the avoidance of heat bridges in insulated exterior facades affect energy consumption. Here KAISER supplies airtight one-gang boxes as well as various products for installation in insulated exterior facades.

Visually, the measurement can be impressively documented using thermographic images. Leaks can be identified immediately.

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ECONTECHNOLOGY // Cavity walls and flush-mounting

ECONTechnology. Airtight installation in cavity walls and masonry.

KAISER products with ECON-technology guarantee airtight installation in cavity walls and flush-mountings. The elasticity of the pierced sealing membrane ensures that it fits tightly around the cable or conduit. This prevents uncontrolled air flows and avoids heat losses as well as building damage caused by condensation.

Products with ECON-technology are airtight and ensure that unwanted ventilation heat losses are avoided. This is how ECON makes an important contribution to satisfying the requirements of the EU directive for energy efficiency as well as the implementation of national regulations such as the Energy-Saving Ordinance (EnEV).

The guaranteed airtight and easy-to-fit ECON-technology represents a KAISER standard for intelligent building installation. This technology is already available in various KAISER cavity wall and flush-mounting boxes as well as the new EnoX installation housing for airtight electrical installation in the insulation level. KAISERTECHNOLOGY. For your future.

Tool-free cable and conduit entry saves time and money during installation and is one more advantage of ECON-technology. The integrated strain relief of the new clamp technology easily satisfies the requirements of DIN VDE 0606 / DIN EN 60670 and guarantees certified safety.

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Airtight installation // ECON one-gang box

Airtight cavity wall boxes with ECONtechnology.

The new generation of airtight cavity wall boxes with ECONtechnology designed for energy-efficient electrical installation in accordance with EnEV (Energy-Saving Ordinance) as well as particleprotected installation under clean room and hygiene conditions, where an unregulated exchange of unfiltered air and the transmission of bacteria must be avoided. In addition to the guaranteed air-tightness of this system, the tool-free cable and conduit entry as well as the integrated strain relief are among the noticeable advantages efficiently and reliably provided by the standard installations with ECON.

During piercing, the elastic sealing membrane fits itself airtight around the cable or conduit.

The integrated, innovative clamp technology with strain relief (in  accordance with DIN VDE 0606 / DIN EN 60670).

The air-tightness of the ECON cavity wall boxes was tested and confirmed in comprehensive blower door tests carried out by an independent institute. Airtight one-gang boxes and one-gang junction boxes with ECON technology are proven to reduce energy losses which can occur when the electrical installation is not airtight.

The support connector for through-wired airtight combination.

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Cutting hole Ø 68 mm For panel thicknesses 7 - 40 mm

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Device screws spacing 60 mm

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Tool-free cable and conduit entry Integrated strain relief 2 conduit entries (ECON 63: Ø 20 mm, ECON 64: Ø 25 mm) For every 2 cable entries 3 x 1.52 and 3 x 2.52 or 5 x 1.52 Tested according to DIN VDE 0606 / DIN 49073

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Energy-efficiency // Airtight cavity wall installation

Airtight cavity wall installation.

The comprehensive installation system with accessories and tools helps you to perform professional airtight installation in buildings in accordance with EnEV (Energy-Saving Ordinance) and offers the perfect solution for every task.

By using the universal opening cutter it is easy to open airtight one-gang and junction boxes without pre-cut holes for conduits or cables so precisely that air flows are avoided. The practical folding base facilitates insertion in the wall opening.

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In clean rooms and anywhere where there are special hygiene requirements, airtight electrical installations are required in compliance with the regulation VDI 2083l. They prevent the uncontrolled exchange of air and also keep out dust and germs, for example in operating theatres and intensive care units. KAISER products for airtight installation in cavity walls also satisfy the relevant statutory regulations.

Existing housing stock Retrofit sealing of existing installations during renovation work is also possible. Use the sealing insert (see  above) to make existing one-gang boxes airtight without removing the boxes. See also pages 36 and 37.

KAISER sealing foil creates an airtight seal between the edge of the box and the boarding. In  this way, rough, broken-out wall openings or a wall cut-outs which is too large can be quickly repaired and made airtight.

Special one-gang boxes for thin boarding as well as connection boxes for solid wood panels are also included in the range of KAISER products for airtight installation.

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Airtight installation // EnoX installation housings

EnoX. Airtight electrical installation in the insulation level.

EnoX installation housings are used in lightweight ceilings and walls and in situations when an airtight building shell is required as part of  an energy-efficient building installation. The housing prevents an uncontrolled exchange of air and guarantees dustproof installation.

EnoX is the flexible free space for airtight installation in energyefficient buildings. In walls and ceilings built using a dry construction method, there is often a conflict between the minimum insulation thickness required by the statutory regulations and the luminaire, loudspeaker or device installation which the customer wants. For the space available here is mainly taken up by insulation material which is  also sealed airtight on the room side by a moisture barrier.

This means that there is little space available for the installation of  cables, luminaires, loudspeakers, displays and electronic components (e. g. electronic transformers). In these cases, it is advisable to integrate the electrical installation level into the insulation level. Using the airtight EnoX installation housing, you can very easily create the insulated and thermally protected installation space that you require.

Because the installation space is so large, the devices and electronic components, e. g. transformers, are easily accessible for maintenance purposes.

The tool-free insertion ensures quick and safe installation (strain  relief in accordance with DIN VDE 0606). The EnoX housing offers 4 cable entries for 3 x 1.5 2, 3 x 2.52 or 5 x 1.52 as  well as 4 conduit entries up to Ø 25 mm.

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Airtight installation // EnoX installation housings

EnoX. Installation variants.

Installation with surface-mounted joist. The installation takes place inside or on top of the rafters using the wood or metal joint beam. In accordance with the cavity wall box principle, the housing is fixed to the joist or to the OSB panel using the fast FX4 metal plate fastening system. The cut moisture barrier foil is made airtight again using sealing adhesive tape or the KAISER sealing foam frame. Before attaching the boarding, the moisture

barrier foil must be cut out of the housing interior. In combination with the moisture barrier, the airtight EnoX housing now forms one unit for excellent airtight installation. After you have fitted the boarding, you have an insulated and thermally protected installation space for luminaires, loudspeakers, displays and much more.

Installation with recessed joist. Temperature profile

Temperature profile

Room temperature 23°C

Room temperature 23°C max.: 74° 89° 40 °C 85 °C

55 °C

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106 °C

66 °C

Temperature profile Room temperature 23°C

56° 50 °C

48°C

101°C

63 °C

850˚C Low-voltage 35 W Cool Beam

Low-voltage 50 W Alu

Low-voltage 35 W Alu

Installation with OSB panel. Max. 35 W Cool Beam, 50 W aluminium reflector

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Sealing foam frame

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Airtight installation // ThermoX® installation housings

ThermoX . Airtight installation housing for halogen luminaires. ®

The intelligent ThermoX® housing system offers protection against the potential risk of fire caused by extremely hot halogen lamps in intermediate ceilings and ceiling areas, in particular protecting the moisture barrier foil, a vital part of the airtight building shell.

ThermoX® was developed for the installation of halogen luminaires in wood-panelled and tiled ceilings as well as for seamless sub-ceiling constructions such as plasterboard, mineral fibreboards, MDF  and plywood with cross-battening and a layer of insulation above. ThermoX® is always the perfect solution for the airtight installation of halogen luminaires in insulated hollow ceilings in new or existing buildings, or for use with low-voltage or high-voltage lamps.

The airtight ThermoX® housing is designed to ensure airtight installation without destroying the moisture barrier which seals the building. It prevents hazardous materials and unregulated draughts of air from entering the rooms. Its airtight design means that it is also ideal for installation in air-conditioned rooms. The housing also prevents the dusty edges which are often seen around recessed luminaires.

In both private and commercial buildings, airtight, fire-preventative installation with ThermoX® is the perfect solution.

The intelligent design of the housing system ensures an airtight installation which meets all the EnEV (Energy-Saving Ordinance) requirements placed on airtight building shells, in particular in low-energy and passive houses.

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ThermoX® i nstallation housings // Installation

ThermoX . Installation variants.

ThermoX® installation housings for slab and tiled ceilings and also seamless sub-ceiling constructions such as plasterboard, mineral fibreboards, MDF and plywood with cross-battening and a covering layer of insulation. Installation can be carried out from above or below (e. g. retrofit installation).

Slab ceiling/installation from above: During the ceiling installation Cut an installation hole and insert the housing from above. The shape of the front part ensures an exact and secure seating in the boarding. After the luminaire has been installed, the opening is completely concealed.

Plasterboard/installation from below: Installation with decorative covering/smoothing Before installation, check that the required installation depth is available. Cut an installation hole, chamfer the bottom edge of the installation hole (countersink), insert the housing from below and fix in place with a fast screw attachment.

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Slab ceilings /installation from below: Retrofit installation with decorative covering Cut an installation hole, insert the housing from below and fix in place with a fast screw attachment. The housing is attractively concealed by the KAISER decorative covering and the luminaire.

Insulation Moisture barrier Cross-battening

Cross-battening size min. 60 mm Plasterboard

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Plasterboard /installation from below: Installation with decorative covering/smoothing Cut an installation hole and chamfer the bottom edge of the installation hole (countersink): Insert the housing from below and fix in place with a fast screw attachment. Mark opening for luminaires and cut. Smooth the joint (close) or simply wallpaper the surface.

Decorative covering

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ThermoX® installation housings // Technology

ThermoX . Reliable technology, right down to the smallest detail. ®

By using our decorative coverings - available in four different finishes and two sizes – you cover the installation in the best possible way when installation takes place from below. Simply clip the decorative covering beneath the luminaire to optimise the design quality of your luminaires, either in the same finish or in contrasting colours.

Luminaire selection

Temperature profile

Luminaire selection

Halogen low voltage (12 V) max.:

48°C

59°C

81°C

43°C

max.:

89°C 56°C

max. 70 mm

max. 65 mm

The intelligent front part can be used on both sides for ceiling cut-outs of 68, 75 and 82 mm. Depending on the installation method, simply turn the front part to ensure that the luminaire always fits tightly. The universal front part (mineral fibreboard) is suitable for variable installation openings up to 86 mm.

74°C

min. 25 mm

min. 25 mm

The special transformer closing cap is used for easy installation and removal of an electronic transformer and to shield it  from the high lamp temperatures. It also provides sufficient space for cables and contains a built-in terminal attachment.

Temperature profile

Halogen high voltage (230 V)

Usable lamps: Cool Beam max. 20 W, Alu reflector max. 35 W

Room temperature 23°C, Alu reflector 35 W

Usable lamps: Cool Beam max. 20 W, Alu reflector max. 35 W

Luminaire selection

Temperature profile

Temperature profile

Halogen low voltage (12 V) Halogen low voltage (12 V) Halogen high voltage (230 V)

Halogen high voltage (230 V)

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max.:

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71°C

Room temperature 23°C, Alu reflector 35 W

77°C 52°C

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60°C

Usable lamps at "x": Cool Beam max. 35 W, Alu reflector max. 50 W

Room temperature 23°C, Alu reflector 50 W

60°C

Room temperature 23°C, Alu reflector 50 W

Ø 120 Max. lamp power 20 W (Cool Beam) 35 W (aluminium reflector) With distance > 50 mm around the housing: 35 W (Cool Beam), 50 W (aluminium reflector), (see graphic above right) KAISER's innovative FX4 quick-fit technology guarantees rapid installation and a secure fit when products are fitted from the front. The housing's special plastic is halogen-free, resistant to heat deformation up to 220 ° C, and fulfils the hot wire test at 850 °C in accordance with VDE 0606/DIN EN 60670..

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Use only certified luminaires (DIN VDE 0711/ EN 60598) or those marked with or Use heat-resistant cable for the secondary side e.g. N2GMH 2G Use temperature-resistant terminals e.g. T100 Halogen-free Resistant to heat deformation up to 220°C Fire-resistant up to 850°C in accordance with VDE 0606/DIN EN 60670 Use of electronic safety transformers permissible up to 105 VA, max. dimensions 123 x 37 x 26 mm (rounded shape: PC mouse)

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Airtight installation // Air-tight sleeves

Air-tight sleeves.

Cable and conduit feed-throughs in the interior can be cleanly and easily sealed using the self-adhesive KAISER air-tight sleeves. With no need for time-consuming masking, they are easily installed in seconds. Different types and sizes of cables and conduits offer the right solution for every application.

KAISER air-tight sleeves are made from high-quality polyethylene which is resistant to ageing and is ideal for use over a wide range of temperatures. Their extremely high adhesive strength ensures permanent air-tightness on all standard substrates. The cable or conduit is fed through the elastic sealing insert which adapts exactly to the correct diameter.

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Coaxial cables Ø 4-8 mm Art.-No. 9059-44

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Remove the foil from the sleeve.

Stick on the sleeve and press firmly on the substrate, working outwards from the centre.

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For conduits Ø 15 –22 mm Art. No. 9059-48

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For conduits Ø 100–110 mm Art. No. 9059-54

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For cables Ø 8 –11 mm Art. No. 9059-46

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For conduits Ø 50–75 mm Art. No. 9059-52

You can create airtight conduit entries cleanly and easily by using the self-adhesive KAISER air-tight sleeves. The  sleeves create faster, more stable and, above all, more airtight transitions than the conventional, improvised method.

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Airtight installation // Accessories and tools

System tools. Cavity wall.

The precisely-cut wall opening is the first requirement to ensure airtight cavity wall installation. The KAISER universal cutter range offers the optimal solution for almost every task. You will find the right tool for all standard installation diameters and materials here.

FX4 TECHNOLOGY.

The VARIOCUT universal hole cutter creates clean circular cutouts in almost every cavity wall material. The high-quality hardened metal cutter inserts for the various materials work quickly and efficiently up to a cutting depth of 45 mm and diameters of 24 - 120 mm.

Plasterboard, plywood 1082-/1083-/1084-10

Plywood, OSB, plasterboard Art No. 1083-70

MDF boards, Multiplex Art. No. 1083-51

Steel plate, aluminium plate Art. No. 1083-95

Plasterboard, wood Art. No. 1086-00

Plasterboard, plywood, wood, MDF Art. No. 1082-20.

Steel plate, aluminium plate Art. No. 1083-74

VARIOCUT Art. No. 1089-10

Profix Art. No. 1083-25

Profix with dust extraction Art. No. 1083-27

Stripping pliers (AMZ) Art. No. 1190-02

Universal hole cutter Art. No. 1085-80

The universal opening cutter for plastics is another practical KAISER special tool for detailed work. You can quickly and precisely create the right opening for every conduit and cable entry in plastic boxes and with reproducible accuracy.

Screws with FX4-technology can be fastened up to 40% faster than conventional screws. Standard screw

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The patented FX4 screw gives you the fastest-ever method for attaching cavity wall boxes with screws. Its patented steep thread design allows for a fast and flush installation which is also secure because of the high self-locking factor. The FX4-technology is the new standard for all KAISER cavity wall products from airtight one-gang boxes and installation housings to cavity wall boxes for fire-protection walls.

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EnEV // Installation in insulated exterior facades

Installation in insulated exterior facades.

Transmission heat losses also take place on external parts of buildings, i.e. those parts which separate the heated building volume from the environment, the earth or unheated rooms. For new builds, DIN 4108 requires the heat protection on exterior parts to be carried out so that it satisfies the requirements of minimum heat protection in accordance with state-of-the-art technology.

In this context, special attention must be paid to heat bridges, i.e. locally restricted areas of the building shell where the heat flow is greater. They can take place as a result of construction methods, but also where the insulation layer is broken, for example by electrical installations. The flow of heat across a heat bridge results in a loss of energy and can also cause damage to the building structure. The lowering of the surface temperature on the inside of the space results in air moisture condensing in these locations. This can result in moisture damage or the formation of mildew.

External insulation is usually applied to the outside of walls and plastered over to provide external insulation for solid wall constructions such as masonry or concrete. Any change to the external insulation, for example with the fitting of electrical installations, could break the insulation layer and create heat bridges.

For this reason, electrical installations on insulated exterior facades must be fitted in such a way that if possible the insulation layer is not broken. Attaching electrical devices such as exterior luminaires, cameras, motion detectors etc. is made more complicated because the insulation material does not normally have sufficient stability to provide the necessary support. KAISER product systems ensure secure mechanical attachment.

Versatile KAISER product systems offer solutions for such installations and bridge the distance between an insulated facade surface and a load-bearing wall while ensuring secure attachment and retaining the insulation effect as far as possible.

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Airtight installation // ECON one-gang box

Airtight flush-mounting boxes with ECONtechnology.

With modern processing methods, very precisely manufactured stone material (e.g. thin block) is worked using the tongue and groove principle without plastered butt joints and in the thin-bed mortar process (2 to 4 mm). There may be leaks if continuous vertical chambers are in contact with external air. In many cases, these wall are no longer plastered, but just filled. This means that installation boxes which have not been fully plastered can create draughts.

Airtight one-gang junction boxes with ECON-technology are designed for electrical installation in exterior walls of hollow chamber block, hollow block or perforated brick design. Their closed design and the ECON-technology ensure that no air flows enter the masonry through sockets.

The tool-free cable and conduit entry of the ECON-technology considerably simplifies and reduces the cost and work involved in installation. Where boxes have already been plastered in place, cables or conduits can very simply be retrofitted. The elasticity of the sealing membrane guarantees that the membrane fits around the pierced conduit or cable and prevents air flows.

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High torsional strength, standardised combination distance of 71 mm due to snap-in connector with additional locking

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Fully insulated cable route Art. No. 1055-21 One-gang box ECON 10 (depth 46 mm) Art. No. 1555-21 One-gang box ECON 15 (depth 66 mm)

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Installation in exterior facades // Universal equipment carrier

Universal equipment carrier.

Using a variable extension element, the universal equipment carrier can be adjusted in 10 mm steps to the required insulation thickness. This means that it can also be used for extremely thick external insulation up to 360 mm.

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3. Fit the rock wool provided. 4. Fit the mounting plate (clip underneath) and close. 5. For one-gang boxes, cut out the openings before installation takes place. Markings on the interior make it easier to achieve the exact position. 6. Fit the mounting plate with one-gang boxes and close. 60 160 260 external insulation - insulation thickness (mm)

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Attachment surface 100 x 220 mm For insulation thicknesses of 60 to 160 mm. When using max. 2 additional extension elements to max. 360 mm

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As a versatile equipment carrier, the universal equipment carrier simplifies the fitting to the insulated exterior facade of a wide range of electronic components such as intercoms, exterior luminaires, motion sensors or sockets. When installed, the carrier is almost completely clad in rock wool and almost no heat loss can be recorded across the unbroken insulation.

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Installation in external facades // Telescope and ISO products

Telescope equipment carrier and switch box.

ISO box set and extension ring.

Our telescope equipment carriers and switch boxes offer further installation options for electrical components on insulated exterior facades. Exterior luminaires, motion detectors, switches or sockets are safely and securely mounted.

The ISO extension ring is used to extend existing one-gang boxes or one-gang junction boxes when exterior insulation is retrofitted. It is attached to the existing flush-mounting box and combined with additional extension rings until the desired length is achieved.

Mounting surface max. 110 x 110 mm For insulation thicknesses 80 - 160 mm Weight load on wall 30 N (3 kg) Weight load on ceiling 20 N (2 kg) Art. No. 1159-20

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Telescope equipment carriers and switch boxes are fixed to the house wall before the external insulation is applied; the insulation is then applied around conduit supports and equipment carriers. The telescope design enables both devices to be adjusted to the required insulation thickness (up to 160 or 170 mm).

Screw spacing 60 mm, depth 48 mm For insulation thicknesses 80 - 170 mm For attaching equipment with screws Art. No. 1159-21

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650 ˚C

Installation diameter Ø 60 mm Compensation height 50 mm Can be shortened in (3 x) 5 mm steps

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If there is no existing one-gang box in the wall or it is not possible to install one, a one-gang box can be retrofitted by using the ISO box set. The front part is securely fitted to the masonry, then one or more ISO extension rings are attached until the required length is obtained.

Installation diameter Ø 60 mm Compensation height 70 mm Can be shortened in (3 x) 5 mm steps

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Energy efficiency // Existing housing stock

Existing housing stock.

Existing housing stock, i.e. the renovation, restoration and redevelopment of existing buildings is increasing as most building stock is well maintained. The statutory regulations also apply to existing buildings, and the energy performance certificate is  an essential evaluation factor when purchasing or letting a property. KAISER products such as sealing inserts for one-gang boxes, air air-tight sleeves or also the ThermoX® or EnoX installation housings can help to make existing buildings energy efficient and airtight.

Various products developed for this purpose permit retrofit installation on insulated exterior facades. The ISO extension ring can be used to extend existing boxes, and the KAISER equipment carriers guarantee secure mounting without heat bridges. This is how KAISER products help to carry out renovations according to the national regulations on energy efficiency in buildings in a professional and energy-conscious manner.

The KAISER sealing insert can be used for retrofit sealing of existing one-gang boxes during renovation work.

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Cavity wall installation // Product summary

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Ø ECON 63 one-gang box Art. No. 9263-21 ECON 64 one-gang junction box Art No. 9264-21 - Cutting hole Ø 68 mm - For panel thicknesses 7 - 40 mm - 2 conduit entries for DIN EN (ECON 63: Ø 20 mm / ECON 63: Ø 25 mm) - For every 2 cable entries 3 x 1.5² and 3 x 2.5² or 5 x 1.5² - With 7 support connectors for 25-unit package Art. No. 9263-77 / Art. No. 9264-77 Halogen-free version, colour: white

Art. No. 9066-01 One-gang junction box

Art. No. 9066-12 One-gang junction box for solid wood

- Cutting hole Ø 68 mm - For panel thicknesses 7 - 40 mm - Cable and conduit entries up to a max. Ø 25 mm can be made using a universal opening cutter - With 10 support connectors for 25-unit package

- Cutting hole Ø 68 mm - For clamp attachment in solid wood from 10 mm thickness upwards - Cable or conduit entries up to max. Ø 25 mm can be made using a universal opening cutter - Not suitable for plasterboard or mineral fibreboard!

Art. No. 9066-77 Halogen-free version, colour: white

Art. No. 9300-01/02/03 ThermoX® housing for low-voltage and high-voltage luminaires

Art. No. 9300-22 ThermoX® housing with universal front part  (mineral fibre)

- For fixed and swivelling luminaires - Max. installation height for low-voltage luminaires 65 mm, high-voltage luminaires 70 mm - Max. low-voltage lamp power 35 W with Alu reflector / 20 W Cool Beam - Max. high-voltage lamp power 35 W with Alu reflector, 20 W Cool Beam - Fitted from front, cutting hole Ø 120 mm

- Time-saving – if not plastered, close joint if necessary - Ceiling exit (Ø) up to 86 mm possible - For fixed and swivelling luminaires - Max. installation height for low-voltage luminaires 65 mm, high-voltage luminaires 70 mm - Max. low-voltage lamp power 35 W with Alu reflector / 20 W Cool Beam - Max. high-voltage lamp power 35 W with Alu reflector 20 W Cool Beam - Fitted from front, cutting hole Ø 120 mm

9300-01 Ceiling exit (Ø) 68 mm - Fitted from rear, cutting hole – Ø 74 mm

Art. No. 9350-21 EnoX luminaire and installation housing - For luminaires with low-voltage or high-voltage lamps - Installation height 60 mm - 4 x conduit entries for DIN EN conduit up to Ø 25 mm - 4 cable entries 3 x 1.5 mm2 - 4 cable entries 5 x 1.5 mm2 or 3 x 2.5 mm2 - Strain relief in accordance with DIN VDE 0606 / DIN EN 60670 - Protection class IP 3X - Fire-resistant 850°C

9300-02 Ceiling exit (Ø) 75 mm - Fitted from rear, cutting hole – Ø 79 mm 9300-03 Ceiling exit (Ø) 82 mm - Fitted from rear, cutting hole – Ø 86 mm

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Art. No. 9075-12 One-gang box CEE

Art. No. 9060-98 Support connector

- Cutting hole Ø 68 mm - For panel thicknesses of 0.2 - 40 mm - For boards that do not allow for edge countersinking - Cable entries up to max. Ø 10.5 mm can be made using a universal opening cutter 1085-80 - In combinations, the support connector is only to be used with boxes of equal height

- Cutting hole Ø 74 mm - For panel thicknesses 12.5 - 40 mm - Cable entries up to max. Ø 10.5 mm can be made using a universal opening cutter 1085-80 - Device screws spacing 67 mm - For use of CEE 16 A accessories

- For Art. No. 9066-01/12, 9068-01, 9263-.., 9264-.. - For through-wiring of combinations to IP 3X standard

Art. No. 9068-79 Halogen-free version, colour: white

Art. No. 9075-78 Halogen-free version, colour: white

Art. No. 9060-78 Halogen-free version, colour: white

(A) A  rt. No. 9300-41/42/43 Front rings - Available as a single part for retrofitting or as a spare part 9300-41 Ceiling exit (Ø) 68 mm 9300-42 Ceiling exit (Ø) 75 mm 9300-43 Ceiling exit (Ø) 82 mm (B) A  rt. No. 9300-93 Universal front part, single - Mineral fibre - Ceiling exit (Ø) up to Ø 86 mm possible

Art. No. 9350-99 EnoX sealing foam frame

Ø 125 mm Art. No. 9301-XX - Metal with galvanised or powder coating - Only for the interior Decorative covering (Ø) 68 and 75 mm 9301-01 white (similar to RAL 9016) 9301-02 chrome-plated 9301-03 matt nickel (similar to stainless steel) 9301-04 gold-plated Decorative covering (Ø) 82 mm 9301-11 white (similar to RAL 9016) 9301-12 chrome-plated 9301-13 matt nickel (similar to stainless steel) 9301-14 gold-plated

Art. No. 9062-94 Electronic box

Art. No. 9248-01 Wall light connection box

Art. No. 9073-91 Junction box

- Cutting hole 2 x Ø 68 mm (centre distance 71 mm) - Airtight version with additional sealing lip - Tunnel twin-chamber box with separator wall and cover that can be wallpapered (cover can be turned through 180° and plastered to reduce any switching noises) - For accessories and electronic components such as EIB actuators, communication technology, radio control elements, + alarm modules, etc. Art. No. 9062-74 Halogen-free version, colour: white

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- Cutting hole Ø 120 mm, height 65 mm (Variocut 1089-00 in fully extended position or bi-metallic cutter 1082-20) - Cable or conduit entries up to max. Ø 25 mm can be made using an opening cutter 1085-80 - For 2 electrical circuits with use of separator wall 9073-20 - Accepts standard rail TS 35

Cutting hole Ø 35 mm For panel thicknesses 7 - 40 mm 1 cable entry for NYM sheathed cable 3 x 1.5 mm² With inner fitting cover For 3 terminal blocks Not to be used as junction box

Art. No. 9248-77 Halogen-free version, colour: white

Art. No. 9073-77 Halogen-free version, colour: white

Art. No. 9060-41 Sealing foil - For sealing between box edge and boarding for over-dimensioned or broken-out drill holes (e.g. in combination area with plasterboard, mineral fibreboard or similar materials) - For Art. No. 9066-01/77, 9068-01/79, 9248-01, 9263-.., 9264-..

Art. No. 1040-01 Sealing insert - For retrofit sealing of existing one-gang boxes or one-gang junction boxes without flushmount without removal from flush-mounting (masonry) and cavity walls - Permanently flexible plastic

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- For sticking onto the EnoX housing - For sealing the moisture barrier against the housing

- P ermanent sealing for cables or conduits penetrating airtight layers - Superb adhesive strength - Minimum processing temperature -5°C - Temperature-resistant from -30°C to +120°C - UV-resistant, halogen-free Art. No. 9059-44 Cable-sleeve for coaxial cable Ø 4 - 8 mm Art. No. 9059-45 Double cable-sleeve for coaxial cable Ø 4 - 8 mm Art. No. 9059-46 Cable-sleeve Ø 8 -11 mm Art. No. 9059-47 Double cable-sleeve Ø 8 - 11 mm Art. No. 9059-48 Conduit-sleeve Ø 15 - 22 mm Art. No. 9059-49 Conduit-sleeve Ø 25 - 32 mm Art. No. 9059-51 Conduit-sleeve Ø 42 - 55 mm Art. No. 9059-52 Conduit-sleeve Ø 50 - 75 mm Art. No. 9059-53 Conduit-sleeve Ø 75 - 90 mm Art. No. 9059-54 Conduit-sleeve Ø 100 - 110 mm

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Cavity wall installation // Product summary

Cavity wall installation.

Art. No. 1089-00 VARIOCUT universal hole cutter for circular cut-outs from 65-120 mm Art. No. 1089-10 VARIOCUT universal hole cutter for circular cut-outs from 24-68 mm - - - - -

Cutting depth max. 45 mm With hardened metal cutter inserts For cavity wall materials With dust extraction Accepts vacuum cleaner hoses from 31-36 mm

Note! Do not use for installing cavity wall boxes.

MULTI 4000 Art. No. 1082-10 Cutting hole Ø 35 mm, cutting depth 36 mm - With countersink hole cutter without plate ejector Art. No. 1083-10 Cutting hole Ø 68 mm, cutting depth 36 mm - With countersink hole cutter and plate ejector

Flush-mounting installation // Product summary Text

Flush-mounting installation.

Art. No. 1159-24 Universal equipment carrier

Art. No. 1159-27 Extension element

- For external insulation of walls - For secure fixing of luminaires, intercoms, motion detectors and much more - For insulation thicknesses of 60 to 160 mm - Can be extended in steps of 100 mm (max. 360 mm) using extension elements - Can be reduced to 70 mm in 10 mm steps - With rock wool inserts to fill the equipment carrier - Conduit or cable entry to max. Ø 25 mm - Dimensions (L x W x H) 220 x 100 x 160 mm - Equipment attached with self-tapping screws Ø 3.2 - 4 mm

- To extend the universal equipment carrier by 100 mm simply by clipping on - Can be reduced in 10 mm steps by cutting - With rock wool inserts to fill the extension element - Dimensions (L x W x H) 220 x 100 x 100 mm

Art. No. 1086-00 Standard cutter

Art. No. 1159-20 Telescope equipment carriers

Art. No. 1159-21 Telescope switch box

- For use on externally insulated walls and ceilings for secure fixing of luminaires, motion detectors etc. - For insulation thicknesses of 80 - 160 mm - Max. mounting surface for equipment 110 x 110 mm - Weight load when attached to wall 30 N (3 kg) - Weight load when attached to ceiling 20 N (2 kg) - Equipment attached with self-tapping screws Ø 3.2 - 4 mm

- For use on externally insulated walls for secure fixing of sockets, switches, etc. - For insulation thicknesses of 80 - 170 mm - For attaching equipment with self-tapping screws Ø 3.2 x 15 mm (min) - Entries for cables or conduits

Art. No. 1083-70 MULTI 2000 HM hardened metal tipped cutting points - Cutting hole Ø 68 mm - Cutter head and countersink hole cutter hardened metal tipped - With countersink hole cutter and plate ejector - Cutting depth 36 mm

Art. No. 1084-10 Cutting hole Ø 74 mm, cutting depth 36 mm - With countersink hole cutter and plate ejector

Art. No. 1055-21 without screws Art. No. 1056-21 with screws One-gang box ECON 10 - Airtight version with seal membranes - Avoids leaks in exterior facades made from hollow chamber blocks - Tool-free cable and conduit entries (2 x up to M25 in connection piece area, 2 x up to M25 and 2 x up to M20 around the box) - Always high torsional strength, snap-in connector provides guaranteed standardised combination distance of 71 mm

One-gang box ECON 15 Art. No. 1555-21 without screws Art. No. 1556-21 with screws

Art. No. 1083-51 Hardened metal cutter

Art. No. 1083-95 Hardened metal cutter

- For medium-density fibreboard (MDF) and Multiplex boards - Cutting hole Ø 68 mm - With countersink hole cutter - Max. cutting depth 55 mm - Cutting depth of approx. 140 mm possible after removal of countersink hole cutter

- For metal plates

- For metal plates

- Cutting hole Ø 68 mm - Cutting depth 15 mm

- Cutting hole Ø 68 mm - Max. cutting depth 18 mm

Bi-metallic cutter Ø 120 mm Art. No. 1082-20

Art. No. 1083-74 Hardened metal cutter

Art. No. 1084-00/1082-79/1082-86/1082-20 Bi-metallic cutter for ThermoX® housing

Art. No. 1155-02 ISO extension ring

Art. No. 1155-03 ISO box set

Art. No. 1040-01 Sealing insert

- Fits all drills with 13 mm chuck

- For metal plates

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- Cutting hole Ø 74 mm - Cutting depth 60 mm

- Fits all drills with 13 mm chuck 1084-00 cutting hole Ø 74 mm - For rear fitting of ThermoX® (Ø 68) 1082-79 cutting hole Ø 79 mm - For rear fitting of ThermoX® (Ø 75) 1082-86 cutting hole Ø 86 mm - For rear fitting of ThermoX® (Ø 82)

- Extension of existing boxes when external insulation is present - Can be attached to existing one-gang boxes and one-gang junction boxes - Compensation height 50 mm, can be reduced to 35 mm in 3 x 5 mm steps - Multiple extensions possible - 2 ring screws 40 mm required Art. No. 2471-40

- Mounting on wall surface - For external insulation - Consists of front part, ISO extension ring and 2 ring attachment screws 40 mm long - Compensation height 70 mm, can be reduced to 55 mm in 3 x 5 mm steps - Multiple extensions possible with ISO extension ring

- For retrofit sealing of existing one-gang boxes or one-gang junction boxes without removal from flush-mounting (masonry) and cavity walls - Permanently flexible plastic

Cutting hole Ø 120 mm For fitting ThermoX® from front For cavity wall junction boxes Art. No. 9073-01/-77/-78/-91

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- Airtight version with seal membranes - Avoids leaks in exterior facades made from hollow chamber blocks - Tool-free cable and conduit entries (2 x up to M25 in connection piece area, 2 x up to 11 mm above the connection piece, 4 x up to M25 and 4 x up to 11 mm around the box) - Always high torsional strength, snap-in connector provides guaranteed standardised combination distance of 71 mm

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Flush-mounting and cavity wall installation // Product summary

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(A) Art. No. 1159-02 Klemmfix®

(A) Art. No. 1159-34 Distance supports

Art. No. 1184-90 Universal VDE cover

- Unsuitable for use with lime or thin plaster - For fitting boxes without plaster - In openings made with Ø 82 mm grinding heads - For one-gang boxes and one-gang junction boxes Ø 82 mm (1055/1056-04, 1555/1556-04, 1055/1056-21 and other)

- For separate covers for antenna sockets in combinations for sockets without electric shock protection - For connectors M20/M25

(B) Art. No. 1181-60 Signal cover

- For fully insulated floor through-wiring of one-gang junction boxes - For connectors M20/M25

- For all one-gang, one-gang junction and junction boxes - Cover Ø 92 mm - Screw spacing 60 mm - Screw spacing 67 mm - Central attachment - Fire-resistant up to 750°C in accordance with DIN VDE 0606

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(A) Art. No. 1088-02 Diamond grinding head for dust extraction - - - -

Cutting depth up to approx. 70 mm Thread for screwing on the direct or chuck attachment M 18 x 1.5 Ø 82 mm for Klemmfix® attachment Art. No. 1088-03 Ø 68 mm for facing masonry

(B) Art. No. 1088-00 without dust extraction - Ø 82 mm for Klemmfix® attachment Art. No. 1088-01 - Ø 68 mm for facing masonry

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Art. No. 1088-21 - Chuck attachment with 12 mm hexagonal wrench size

(A) Art. No. 1088-20 Direct attachment

Energy efficiency

Energy efficiency. Electrical installation in energy-saving buildings.

- For screwing on to the drill spindle - 5/8” thread for Bosch and Flex

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Concrete installation housings

Product Range 2008 Boxes, housings and systems for electrical installation

KAISER products have been offering a reliable basis for excellent electrical installation since 1904. Product innovations developed for you often set standards in the industry. The results of KAISER research and development have often become the standard for all manufacturers.

KAISER manufacturing processes are ISO certified, ensuring that product quality is maintained, even after many years.

Meeting delivery deadlines, excellent customer service and an optimum price/ performance ratio are what we take very seriously at all times. Work with a strong brand – your success is worth it.

Art. No. 1088-15 - M18 x 2.5 thread for AEG and Beier (B) Art. No. 1088-40 Chuck attachment - Chuck attachment with 12 mm hexagonal wrench size

Branded products for professional electrical installation.

Would you like more information? Technical advice If you have any questions relating to the day-to-day use of our products, please do not hesitate to contact the KAISER technical hotline. If you need any assistance on the building site, we can arrange a date and time to visit you. We can either send our own employees or your regional representative to visit you in such cases. Technical hotline: Telephone: +49(0)2355.809.61 Email: technik@kaiser-elektro.de KAISER product information on the internet www.kaiser-elektro.de www.flamox.de www.thermox.de www.kaiser-econ.de

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Free space. Fire protection Concrete installation housings One-gang boxes and installation luminaires and loudspeakers. housings for fire-protection for walls and ceilings

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Art. No. 1088-16 - M18 x 2.5 UN thread for AEG and Baier

Fax: +49 (0)2355.809.21 E-mail: verkauf@kaiser-elektro.de Download: www.kaiser-elektro.de Ordering: www.kaiser-elektro.de >> Information service

hW0108meGB5

- For diamond grinding head with Ø 82 + Ø 68 mm, accepts vacuum cleaner hoses from Ø 31 - 36 mm - 5/8” thread for Bosch and Flex

www.kaiser-elektro.de >> Information service >> Tenders www.ausschreiben.de >> Product manufacturers >> Electrical installation technology >> KAISER

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- For manufacture of exact entry size - For low-voltage cabling of Ø 4 - 7.5 mm - For NYM sheathed cables up to 5 x 2.5 or 7 x 1.5 - For NYY sheathed cable up to 5 x 2.5 - For DIN EN conduits up to outer Ø 20 mm/ Ø 25 mm - With 1/4" chuck size for batterypowered drills

Art. No. 1088-21 Dust extraction with direct attachment / chuck attachment

Technical information We will be happy to send you any information you require, from application brochures and product catalogues to installation instructions. Just send us a fax or e-mail, or download the desired information from the Internet.

Product Range 2008 Boxes, housings and systems

Art. No. 1085-80 Universal opening cutter for plastics

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Tender At www.kaiser-elektro.de or www.ausschreiben.de you will find detailed tenders for all relevant KAISER products in  the usual file formats.

kai0509LoD10A

- For stripping NYM sheathed cables - 3 x 1.5 mm2 - 5 x 2.5 mm2, also in installation boxes and casings due to round cut - Integrated knife for longitudinal cutting of longer cables - Ergonomic design = easy to use - Cutting knife, hardened and polished

- For vertical and horizontal pre-drilling of combination distances - 71 mm for standard combinations - 91 mm for separate covers for low-voltage equipment - With hardened drilling bushes - For masonry drills Ø 6 mm

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Art. No. 1190-02 Stripping pliers AMZ 2

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- For one-gang boxes and one-gang junction boxes Ø 60 mm

(B) Art. No. 1159-36 Tunnel connectors

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Product information.

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