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Fischer FSA Sleeve Anchors Silver 12 x 96mm M10 20 Pack (59188)

Sleeve anchor with hexagon bolt head. Setting depth indicator for correct installation. Cone shape and sleeve cut-out. Guaranteed reliability and performance. Suitable for most brick, block and concrete.

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Fischer FSA Sleeve Anchors Silver 12 x 96mm M10 20 Pack is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 46.
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Rated 1 out of 5 by from Total waste of time and money Very bad design to use, as threads blockung up and become useless. Also the threaded end is not secured to sleeve and just turns around with no chance to expans the sleeve to get anchored. Useless!
Date published: 2017-05-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Useless anchor bolts I wish I had read the other 1 star reviews. I had nothing but trouble with these. As other have said the screw does not grip to pull into the wall, it just keeps spinning. At first I thought I was doing something wrong. Some bolts work fine straight away I think there is a manufacturerING problem with these. Would strongly recommend NOT using them.
Date published: 2017-05-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not Quite as Advertised I have used Fischer Sleeve anchors before and know that they are excellent fixings and hold strongly. I ordered the Fischer FSA Sleeve Anchors Silver 10 x 95mm M8 20 Pack (66010). My wife kindly collected them for me as I was in the middle of a job. When she returned with them I thought she had been given the wrong ones as the box clearly states 10 x 85mm even though it has the screwfix code (66010) on it. I had to use them on the job I was doing and hope the missing 10mm doesn't cause a problem.
Date published: 2016-12-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great just what you would expect, no complaints, does the job
Date published: 2016-12-04
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Are these suitable for using in stone?

I want to mount some bolt down fence metpost plates on a stone wall, would these be suitable many thanks
Asked by: Scarlets
In theory, yes. It will depend on the size of the stone and the quality. If the pieces are too small they may break when you tighten the fixing. A resin solution would be preferred.
Answered by: fischertech
Date published: 2017-06-29

Will this work on wallpaper and plaster covered concrete- We used tge screws and plugs provided in the kit but the hammock pulled off of the wall.

The wall looks very 'crumbly'
Asked by: Dastan
A fixing will not make the wall better. Expanding fixings of any sort may do more damage to the wall. Your best option is to use a resin fixing such as Screwfix code 23386 and a threaded rod. Please check out YouTube to see how to use fischer resin systems
Answered by: fischertech
Date published: 2017-06-27

Are these suitable for fixing 47x147 3meter ledger board to brickwork.

Ledger is for decking project & would then have 47x147 joints hanging off on joist hangers. Also need to space the board away from the wall with 10mm of washers to allow for rain water running down the wall. What spacing of the bolts would be recommended.
Asked by: JohnHk
The fischer FSA 12x121 is a Ø12mm drill hole to suit up to 50mm of timber/ plate thickness so will be ideal
Answered by: fischertech
Date published: 2017-07-23

Plasterboard on concrete block ?

Would this type of fixing be suitable for hanging heavy workshop wall cabinets on a dot and dabbed plasterboard on concrete block ?
Asked by: F1ATB
Assuming 12.5mm plasterboard + 12.5mm gap + 5mm thick bracket, would allow 90mm into the block. Tests show that the FSA 10 with 10mm embedment can hold up to 150kgs if fixed directly back to 7.3N/mm^2 concrete block with 50mm embedment. The fixing may be too long as it may cause you to drill right through the block.
Answered by: fischertech
Date published: 2016-12-25

Fixing for heavy shaving cabinet

Can anyone help please? I need to fix a heavy shaving cabinet to a tiled wall which has plasterboard behind it. There will be 6 fixings on the top 2 brackets and 4 below the cabinet. Can anyone suggest the best wall anchors to use?
Asked by: notfatboy
Thanks for your enquiry, We would need a bit more information, really. If it is a solid wall behind the plasterboard & no gap then the FSA would do, however if you only have a cavity wall then we would have to consider other options, such as an HM cavity anchor. Please contact the fischer Technical department via the web site. Regards Technical
Answered by: fischertech
Date published: 2016-12-25
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Specification
Bolt Size M10
Brand Fischer
Colour Silver
Manufacturer Guarantee 1 Year Guarantee
Model Name FSA
Pack Size 20
Pieces in Pack/Case 20
Product Diameter 12 mm
Product Length 96 mm
Product Type Sleeve Anchors

Max. fixture 25mm.

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