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Tubular stainless steel pipe V2A tube for bridging insulation

Tubular stainless steel pipe V2A tube for bridging insulation
Tubular stainless steel pipe V2A tube for bridging insulation
Stainless steel round tube 20 mm in diameter, 2mm wall thickness, 25 cm in length.

  • If you need to trap the heat insulation


    Pre-drill with a 10mm masonry bit until you have reached the desired depth in the stone. Drilling depth should preferably not be less than 12.5 cm.
    Now drill a 16 mm masonry drill bit according, have also until you reach the desired depth.
    Now cut the V2A threaded rods to length and make sure that they still have to be a certain length (2.5 cm) from the masonry out.
    Blow the dust from drilling now neatly from the wells with a pump or compressed air.
    Now cut the stainless steel round tubes to the required length. The pipe must touch the back of the masonry and the front end flush to the insulation.
    Sense it is the tensile forces are thus derived on the masonry and the consoles reasonable maintenance get ..
    Now stick with the Inhjektionskleber the threaded rods a that set the cut tubes over threaded rods and immediately install the mounting brackets on the threaded rods, while tightening the screws only hand-tight and make sure that the brackets in the Lot sit.
    Well, at approximately 1 hour longer until the glue curing time has been reached, please paying attention to the manufacturer's instructions as needed for different outdoor temperatures, different curing times.
    Tighten the screws again and make sure that the mounting brackets are mounted horizontally.

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