Press releases

The fixing specialist fischer is launching its new DuoXpand frame fixing on the market. The ingenious combination of materials and design as well as various anchoring depths that suit the respective anchor substrate guarantee a secure and flexible application in solid and hollow construction materials. In addition to a hexagon head, the plug is also available with a countersunk head screw, making it suitable for various metal and timber applications.
Christmas decorations and lights give the home a bright and festive atmosphere during the darker months of the year. Securely attaching decorative elements to walls and ceilings allows you to save lots of space while keeping objects out of the reach of children and pets. Clever products allow decorations to be attached to walls and ceilings with ease, speed and safety.
The refurbishment of the new façade of a hospital in Mexico City is the focus of an ongoing renovation project. Numerous fischer products are being used to carry out the corresponding work. The fixing specialist is thereby contributing to allowing patients to heal in an energy-efficient and aesthetically appealing environment from now on.
Considered an engineering masterpiece, the St. Pauli Elbtunnel opened in 1911. The fischer injection mortar FIS EM Plus is being used together with 27-millimetre-diameter threaded rods during the comprehensive restoration and secures the new traditionally built stairway that leads down to depths of almost 24 metres.
LNT Automation, the specialist for custom electronic solutions and capacitive touch systems, will be called fischer electronic solutions GmbH as of 1 November. The company is a division of the fischer Group of Companies which also includes fischer fixings, fischer Automotive, fischertechnik and fischer Consulting. With their joint image, fischer and LNT are expressing their merger and the associated benefits for the customer, as the fischer Group of Companies and the electronics expert offer all-in-one solutions and services from a single source.