Fischer Thermax
Fischer Thermax
Fischer Thermax
Fischer Thermax
Fischer Thermax
Fischer Thermax
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Fischer Thermax

Fischer Thermax is the solution for fixing to walls with thermal insulation. This system is specially made for high loads and prevents thermal bridging between the wall and the outside of the insulation.

It is used for fixing Muscle x3 and Simple wall plates. Thermax is also ideal for fixing poles with collars to the wall.

  • Available in two sizes, for insulation up to 110 mm and up to 170 mm
  • Prevents thermal bridging
  • Compatible with most walls (concrete, solid or semi-solid brick)
  • Simple to assemble, requires no special tools
Thermax version: 4x Thermax M12/110 M12
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Description

Fischer Thermax

A thermography analysis reveals that windows, doors, joints and junction points between different materials are the places most exposed to thermal bridges.

Fischer Thermax avoids thermal bridges and maintains the thermal insulation of a wall, unlike traditional fixings which reduce it.

Fischer Thermax M12/110 M12 and M16/170 M12 are two fixing systems, thermally insulated for coated walls. They are designed to secure heavy loads such as general awnings and anchor poles for shade sails.

The insulating cone in plastic material reinforced with glass fibre, creates a separation between the object to be fixed and the support, avoiding heat dispersion. This cone self-drills into the insulation panel, making installation quick and easy without the need for specific tools.

The variants available on this page are compatible for the installation of wall plates or poles with a wall collar. They differ only depending on the thickness of the insulating material.
M12/110 M12 can be used on insulation with a thickness of 60 to 110 mm.
M12/110 M12 can be used on insulation with a thickness of 60 to 170 mm

Complete technical data sheet available on the Fischer website.
 

Data sheet

DATA SHEET
Brand
Fischer Thermax
Model
M12/110 M12 and M16/170 M12
COMPATIBILITY
Wall plates
Poles
TECHNICAL DETAILS
Dimensions
Materials
Galvanized steel, fiberglass reinforced plastic, stainless steel
PACKAGING
Limited warranty
Official warranty conditions by Fischer
Packaging size
max. 20cm x 20cm x 10cm
 

Package contents

PACKAGE CONTENTS
Fischer Thermax is the solution we propose for the installation of shade sails with anchoring on walls equipped with thermal insulation.
We offer two versions, a first version for walls up to 110 mm and a second kit for walls up to 170 mm.

It is a Fischer certified solution on the following materials: concrete, solid clay brick, solid calcium silicate brick, semi-solid (vertically perforated) clay brick, semi-solid (vertically perforated) calcium silicate brick, hollow block in lightweight concrete.

Our Fischer Thermax kit consists of 4 threaded rods, so it is sufficient for installing one wall plate or one pole with wall collars.

ITEMS INCLUDED

KIT M12/110 M12
Ideal for installing the sail on the wall with thermal insulation with a thickness of up to 110 millimetres. It is composed of 4 M12 threaded bars with related components and M10 adapters. These adapters are included and are suitable for the Muscle x3 Kit and Simple Kit wall plates.

KIT M16/170 M12
Ideal for installing the sail on the wall with thermal insulation with a thickness of up to 170 millimetres. It is composed of 4 M16 threaded bars with related components and M10 adapters. These adapters are included and are suitable for the Muscle x3 Kit and Simple Kit wall plates.

PRODUCTS NOT INCLUDED (required)

CHEMICAL ANCHOR
M-Plus chemical anchor, ideal for fixing threaded rods and the Fischer Thermax kit to concrete or walls. 300ml cartridge, enough to anchor 8 Fischer Thermax.

Instructions & Info

PRODUCT ASSEMBLY VIDEO

Using Fischer Thermax is simple and does not require specialized labor or special equipment. To make a perfect hole, the hexagonal insert is available in the kit we provide.

Just follow the steps in the installation video, or in the official Fischer Thermax guide to obtain a perfect result.

FAQ

The choice of Fischer Thermax fixing for thermal insulation depends on a series of factors, including:

  • Load to support: Fischer Thermax fixings are available in a range of loads to support, from 20 to 120 kg.
  • Wall Material: Fischer Thermax fixings are available for a variety of wall types, including concrete, brick and wood.
  • Thermal insulation thickness: Fischer Thermax fixings are available in different lengths, to accommodate different thermal insulation thicknesses.

In general, it is recommended to use Fischer Thermax fixings with an insulating cone, to avoid the formation of thermal bridges.

Below are the Fischer Thermax kits recommended by Maanta for fixing shade sails to thermal insulation:

  • Fischer Thermax m16/170 m12: fixing for light and medium loads, for insulation up to 170 mm.
  • Fischer Thermax m12/110 m12: fixing for light and medium loads, for insulation up to 110 mm.

The length of the Fischer Thermax must be chosen based on several factors, including:

  • Thickness of the thermal insulation: the plug must be at least as long as the thickness of the thermal insulation, plus two centimeters for the depth of the milling.
  • Wall material: Check the compatibility of the wall with the characteristics indicated by Fischer Thermax.
  • Load to be supported: the length of the Thermax must be proportionate to the load to be supported. Maanta offers two variants based on the depth of the thermal insulation.

It is generally recommended to use thermal insulation screws with a minimum length of 100 mm.

To install a Fischer Thermax on walls with thermal insulation, you need to follow the following steps:

  1. Prepare the wall: The wall must be clean and free of dust and debris.
  2. Mark the drilling point: use a marker to mark the drilling point on the wall.
  3. Drill the thermal insulation: Use a drill with the appropriate bit to drill a hole.
  4. Inserting the injection mortar: insert the chemical anchor into the hole and insert the threaded rod provided until the insulating cone comes out of the thermal insulation.
  5. Screw in the screw: Use a screwdriver to screw the screw into the dowel.

For detailed steps, follow the guide at the following link

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