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Plastic frame anchor W-UR 10 SymCon®
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Plastic frame anchor W-UR 10 SymCon®

With countersunk head screw, A4 stainless steel. Approved for high loads in concrete (single attachment), aerated concrete and masonry

  • Anchor diameter: 10 mm
  • Nominal drill-bit diameter (d 0): 10 mm
  • Through-hole in the component to be connected (d f): 10.5 mm
  • Material of the screw: Stainless steel A4
  • Internal drive: AW40
  • Head type: Countersunk head
  • Drill hole depth (h 1.2): 60 mm
  • Drill hole depth (h 1.1): 50 mm
  • Approval: ETA-11/0309
  • Type description: W-UR 10 SymCon A4, countersunk head screw

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Art.-no. Anchor length (l) Attachment height (t fix 1) Anchor diameter Nominal drill-bit diameter (d 0) Quantity PU
100 mm 60 mm 10 mm 10 mm
50 pcs
115 mm 75 mm 10 mm 10 mm
50 pcs
80 mm 40 mm 10 mm 10 mm
50 pcs

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Almost no distortion of the wall plug body

  • Low screw-in torque of the plug screw

  • "Slight" spreading of the anchor

Reliable post-spreading characteristics

Enabled by geometry of the SymCon plug screw

Increased load introduction

Screwing in the SymCon screw results in optimum compression of the plastic of the plug screw (almost no back-cut)

Low assembly workload

Wall plug body and special screw are pre-assembled

Saves an additional U washer and prevents contact corrosion

Multiple insertion depths

  • Concrete: 3 insertion depths (40, 50 and 70 mm)

  • Masonry: 2 insertion depths (50 and 70 mm)

When anchoring in solid brick and solid sand-lime brick, we recommend performing pull-out tests due to differences in brick manufacturing