An anchor plays an important role in connecting two initially separate materials. It is usually not very easy to connect two materials because the spaces might be limited and edge short. Figuring out the perfect anchor configuration is tricky. If the perfect one is not used, it will affect the load capacity of the base material. One of the best solutions for this is Fischer’s Stud anchor NA.
What is stud anchor?
Stud anchor is another name for a wedge anchor used to fasten two materials. Stud anchor types can confuse you because there are many types depending on the materials that need to be fastened together. There is drywall stud anchor, threaded stud anchor, stud anchors for concrete, and many more. If you chose the perfect one for your needs, then they are very simple to use. Stud anchors have excellent holding values and come in a variety of diameters and lengths.
Fischer’s Stud anchor NA
It is a nylon anchor used for pre-positioned cavity installations with wood and chipboard screws with a length of 3.5 mm to 5 mm and a wall panel thickness of 336 mm. It is a threaded stud anchor that allows maximum wall panel thickness and hence, is the standard cavity fixing for interior fittings. The Stud Anchor NA is compatible with a screw diameter of 4 mm and is suitable for gypsum plasterboard composite panels with polystyrene insulation on the reverse, chipboard, and other cavity materials.
Fischer’s stud anchor NA can be used to attach objects like lamps, light shelves, skirting boards, electrical switches, sanitary equipment, light cabinets, curtain rails, photo frames, wardrobes, etc. onto surfaces including gypsum fibreboards, gypsum plasterboards, chipboards, fiber cement panels, light building boards made of wood wool, hardboard, sheets, hollow profiles, and cavity floor slabs made from bricks and concrete, etc.
The stud anchor NA comes set in the pre-positioned installation state and requires a counter bearing/ an installation object when being tightened. The Fischer Hammer drill bit Quattric II is the best while using the stud anchor NA in reinforced concrete. It is a high-performance drill bit that comes with an SDS-Plus adapter. It comes with reinforcement chamfers to prevent jamming in the reinforcement. It also has precise centering to make drilling easy. You need to use a collar/ pressed washer while using the stud anchor NA for hook screws.
Stud anchor NA Variants
There are three variants of the stud anchor NA. All of them come in blister card packages
Fischer cavity fixing NA 8 x 30 KS SB-card (GTIN (EAN-Code): 4048962217865)
It is the base variant of the Stud Anchor NA. The drill diameter of the Fischer cavity fixing NA 8 x 30 KS SB-card is 8mm. It has an anchor length of 30 mm and a drill hole depth of 35 mm. The package contains 5 NA 8 x 30 stud anchors and 54 x 40 zinc-plated countersunk-head wood screws.
Fischer cavity fixing NA 8 x 40 KS SB-card (GTIN (EAN-Code): 4048962217872)
This variant comes with a screw. The drill diameter of the Fischer cavity fixing NA 8 x 40 KS SB-card is 8mm. It has an anchor length of 40 mm and a drill hole depth of 65 mm. The package contains 4 NA 8 x 40 stud anchors and 4 4,5 x 60 zinc-plated countersunk-head wood screws.
Fischer cavity fixing NA 10 x 55 HK SB-card (GTIN (EAN-Code): 4048962217889)
This variant comes with an angled hook. The drill diameter of the Fischer cavity fixing NA 10 x 55 HK SB-card is 10mm. It has an anchor length of 55 mm and a drill hole depth of 60 mm. The package contains 2 NA 10 x 55 stud anchors and 2 5 x 70 angle hooks.