Press releases

9/28/2021
The new Delta House was under construction in Belgrade. Approximately 20,000 fischer undercut anchors FZP II T PA provide a secure and concealed fastening of the SwissPearl fibre cement panels on the modern building envelope. The fixing solution combines a high-quality look with simple installation and a permanent, firm hold. An additional 8,000 fischer FBN II bolt anchors were used to anchor the façade substructure in concrete.
9/23/2021
Safety requirements protecting people and nature are on the increase in every industry and all aspects of life. As a pioneer in the field of sustainable fixing solutions, fischer now offers the new injection mortar FIS V Zero with a patented formula free from hazard labels. The new product protects the environment as well as the health of those using the product and the buildings it is used in. In doing so, the versatile FIS V Zero achieves the same performance characteristics as other universal mortars.
9/15/2021
The fixing specialist fischer is launching a wide-scale campaign for its FIS EM Plus epoxy system in mid-September. As part of this, the company is providing in-depth information on the advantages of its professional solution that covers a diverse range of project applications. The cross-media campaign involves a wide range of information and services across all channels.
9/9/2021
The Weilheim State Building Authority successfully completed the partial renovation of the Echelsbacher bridge, which crosses the wild river Ammer in southern Bavaria at heights of up to 80 m. The listed Melan-Spangenberg arches were preserved as a supporting frame to create the new arch bridge while the remaining structure was demolished. The fischer injection mortar FIS HB was used together with approx. 2,500 stainless steel fischer FHB II AL M16x160 A4 anchor rods to anchor the specially designed, 2.50 m high steel railings in concrete.
9/8/2021
Poland's longest underwater tunnel thus far, the Świna Tunnel, is currently being built between the islands of Uznam and Wolin in the city of Świnoujście. The tunnel below the river Świna will strengthen the coastal region through improved infrastructure connections to the rest of the country and the world. More than 50,000 chemical and steel heavy-duty fixings by fischer have been used to reinforce the tunnel. The fixing expert will support the project with its products and service skills until its successful completion.
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