Zykon-Panel anchor FZP II SH
The undercut anchor for soft stone façade panels.
The concealed stand-off installation solution for heavy façade panels made of selected soft natural stone (stone group IV - sedimentary rock). This technology defines a constant distance between the front of the panel to the connection face on the FZP II anchor (RWT = remaining wall thickness) as a reference dimension for drilling. This technology can be used to compensate panel thickness tolerances and create a flat façade surface by using stand-off installation anchors.
The adapted shape of the undercut anchor ensures a positive-locking attachment free from expansion pressure in a conical undercut drill hole. The fixing of the undercut anchor is not visible on the exposed side, creating a visually attractive and consistent façade surface. Setting the anchor using undercut technology allows the user to always select the optimal structural position in the façade panel. This greatly reduces panel deflection. The anchor allows for higher pull-out loads, compared to commonly available systems. Using a constant remaining wall thickness as a reference value when drilling holes allows users to compensate panel thickness tolerances.
Exterior façades with heavy façade panels made of selected, soft natural stone (stone group IV - sedimentary rock) Interior façades with heavy façade panels made of selected, soft natural stone (stone group IV - sedimentary rock)
Building materials Natural stone (stone group IV) (> 50mm)
* You can find detailed information on building materials in the registration document.
For Details see corresponding Documents
Wet diamond drilling - first cylindrical to a constant reference dimension for the remaining wall thickness (RWT), then conical to create an undercut drill hole. When the undercut anchor is installed, an optimal positive-locking connection is created between the expanding part and the drill hole. The anchor is installed in the conical undercut drill hole using stand-off installation. The ability to compensate for panel thickness tolerances helps create a flat façade surface.