fischer fixing systems

The fischer Group of Companies has launched its new undercut anchor FSU for fastenings in concrete that require a particularly high load and safety level. In addition to its performance characteristics, the latest addition to fischer’s range of products offers added advantages through secure and convenient installation thanks to self-undercutting. By launching the FSU, fischer is taking another major step in the digitalisation of fastenings, as the anchor is fischer’s first product to feature an integrated DMC (Data Matrix Code) to identify and read product data.
Spring models in combination with the Finite Element Method (FEM) open up versatile methods for designing anchorages in concrete. The approach allows technical, functional and architectural fastening requirements to be fulfilled while offering maximum freedom during planning. The FEM module in the C-FIX software of the fischer FiXperience Online suite now makes it easier and quicker to use spring models and is available free of charge.
A six-storey building and 500 apartments are being built as part of a comprehensive building complex on the river Mersey in Liverpool, in England’s North West. The construction is part of the Wirral Waters project, one of the UK’s largest and most sustainable regeneration projects. The aim of the project is to regenerate the former dock area as a mixed-use neighbourhood. fischer BWM substructure solutions secure the rear-ventilated rainscreen facade clad with metal on a surface of 12,000 m².
A new route under water connects people: On 30 June, the Swinetunnel was opened to traffic. Poland's longest underwater tunnel yet runs between the islands of Usedom and Wollin in the town of Swinemünde. Product and service competence of the fixing professional fischer made a major contribution to the successful completion of the project. More than 50,000 fischer heavy-duty fixings were installed in the tunnel.
fischer’s ULTRACUT FBS II concrete screws combine easy installation and safety when transferring heavy loads in concrete. New developments to the range mean it now covers an even wider range of applications. The FBS II 6-10 versions are the world’s first concrete screws to be suitable for use in masonry in compliance with regulations (ETA). Combined with the FBS II 10 US gvz, the new FSW adjusting washer enables quick and straightforward adjustment and alignment of beams and joists.