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Screw Anchor for Fire Protection Boards in Tunnel Constructions

With the Multi-Monti screw anchor, German fastening specialist Heco from Schramberg in the Black Forest supplies a product for fastenings in concrete which offers numerous benefits compared to drop-in anchors. The MMS-P version of the screw anchor with pan head and European Technical Assessment (ETA-05/0011) also recently gained a national technical approval (Z-21.1-1728) from the DIBt (Centre of Competence for Construction) in Germany for multiple fastening of fire protection boards in concrete.

 The design values in the national technical approval apply both for fire exposure in accordance...

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Screw Anchor for Fire Protection Boards in Tunnel Constructions

With the Multi-Monti screw anchor, German fastening specialist Heco from Schramberg in the Black Forest supplies a product for fastenings in concrete which offers numerous benefits compared to drop-in...

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