fischer fixing systems

Reinforcing bars embedded in mortar are increasingly used in new builds as well as during renovations and conversions of existing buildings. The fischer Group of Companies is introducing its new injection mortar, the RebarConnect FIS RC II, which not only makes post-installed rebar connections quicker but also safer and more efficient.
Piz da Peres, meaning ‘stone peak’ in Ladin, is the name of a new via ferrata in San Vigilio (Enneberg) in the Italian province of Bolzano. fischer’s FIS EM Plus epoxy resin mortars and the new fischer battery-operated dispenser FIS DB S Pro were used to anchor the wire ropes and steps into the rock.
Adhesives can be a clever alternative to traditional fastening methods, depending on the application. fischer offers many product solutions that offer the advantage of safety, flexibility, easy installation and multifunctionality when using these connection techniques. Five complementary hybrid sealants and adhesives from fischer’s range now cover around 80 per cent of typical sealant and adhesive applications. Flex MS and Express MS are the latest additions to the product range.
The EUREF-Campus 23-24 building has been built in Berlin-Schöneberg and is being used as the headquarters of the energy supplier GASAG AG. The new build was designed to a very high energy standard. Its rear-ventilated rainscreen facade meets the project’s high sustainability requirements. fischer/BWM fixing and substructure solutions securely anchor the aluminium panels in the substrate that clads the modern building envelope.
fischer was in the the midst of things as an exhibitor at the World Tunnel Congress in Copenhagen from 2 to 8 September. The fastening expert showcased a selection of its fixing and system solutions for tunnel projects in Hall A. The company seized the opportunity to speak to trade fair visitors about its products and services that are used on tunnel construction projects around the world.