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Reliable, easy installation
The hole is drilled through the frame and the anchor for perforated brick or reveal brick is inserted for secure, tension-free installation of the window.
Immediate load-bearing capacity — no waiting after insertion
Versatile and flexible — wide range of applications
Perforated brick with large chambers:
AMO-Combi in conjunction with W-UR 10 XXL: Always anchored in at least 2 webs
The anchorage does not require dimensioning apart from the verified window size for the tested surfaces and the appropriate installation.
- It is important to check that the components are correctly installed for the specific construction conditions (e.g. weight of window casement, surface properties, hole pattern in the brick). Fall-proof glazing as specified in the German technical rules for safety glazing (TRAV) or DIN 18008-4 may only be attached with the AMO® Combi screw if appropriate individual approval has been obtained before installation starts.
- Drill perforated and hollow blocks with a rotary drill (without hammer mechanism)
- When the W-UR 10 XXL is used, the screw is no longer than the anchor and therefore reaches the second chamber in modern filled perforated bricks, ensuring that the anchor is guided correctly into the drill hole and the frame. Consequently, the load-bearing capacity is not reduced.
Component test with frame anchor W-RD 10 using AMO III screw to attach a glazed plastic door without lateral supports or spacer blocks in POROTON T12 clay block. Test report no. 105 44179/2 dated 23 December 2010
Component test with frame anchor W-UR 10 XXL using AMO Combi screw to attach a glazed plastic door without lateral supports or spacer blocks in POROTON-T8-36.5 MW masonry. Test report no. 11-001214-PR01 dated 17 October 2011
Expert opinion from ift Rosenheim dated 5 March 2012 no.: 12-000288-PR01 confirms that test report no. 105 44179/2 dated 23 December 2010 is also applicable to the AMO Combi screw and the W-UR 10 XXL.
For securing windows in perforated brick with large chambers and solid webs in conjunction with the AMO Combi screw
Guidelines for planning and executing the installation of windows and exterior doors, 2010 edition
Art. no. 5955 000 000:
The fixture must safely transfer all standard forces affecting the window to the structure and the foundation. The total load must therefore be calculated from e.g. the window load, wind load and working load (see DIN 1055). The currently applicable building regulations stipulate that buildings and their components must be planned in such a way that they do not endanger human life and health or pose a risk to public safety. Attachment of the windows must also comply with this criterion.
Window walls according to former DIN 18056 standard or elements with a surface greater than 9 m2 and accident-proof glazing as specified in the German technical rules for safety glazing (TRAV) or DIN 18008-4
The DIN 18056 standard applied to window walls with a minimum surface area of 9 m2 and a minimum side length of 2 m on the shortest side. Anchors with a general construction permit or European Technical Approval or with individual approval should be used for this application. Similarly, only anchors with a general construction permit or European Technical Approval or with individual approval must be used to attach accident-proof glazing as specified in the German technical rules for safety glazing (TRAV) or DIN 18008-4.
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