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Rawlplug Universal FFI Frame Fixings 10 x 140mm 25 Pack (24697)

High performing universal frame fixing for installing timber, steel, metal or PVC window and door frames. For high loads in concrete, brick, clay, hollow brick and aerated concrete. Torx countersunk or hex head.

  • For Interior & Exterior Use
  • Easy to Install
  • Bright Zinc-Plated
  • Nylon PA6.6
  • One Bit for all Torx 40 Types
  • Multi-Axis Expansion
  • Embedment Depth Mark

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Rawlplug Universal FFI Frame Fixings 10 x 140mm 25 Pack is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 15.
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solid frame fixings Easy to use, tough nylon rawplugs with quality screws. Very pleased. Would liked to have bought a smaller quantity, but I've some spares for the next project!
Date published: 2017-02-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rawlplug Frame Fixings These are high quality well made items which although a bit more expensive than the norm make up for it in their quality and durability.
Date published: 2016-12-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid fixing Used these and the 120mm versions to fix kitchen wall cabinets and base units onto dab and plasterboard over thermalite block. Brilliantly solid fixing. The head of the bolt is both hex and T40. The T40 didn't show any sign of damage despite driving in and out several times. Don't under size the hole you drill for these and they are a tight fit. I tried an 8mm hole (using masonry drill bit), when a 10mm is specified, but couldn't hammer the plug in as it was to tight. I ordered both 100mm and 120mm versions with the intention of returning the ones I didn't use. They are so good I'll keep both versions for future use. As they come in boxes of 25 they should last me some time.
Date published: 2016-09-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Tough product for tough job Very sturdy product, excellent quality. Spec label on box is small print. Could do with being larger. Screwfix needs to add spec to listing. Expensive but good.
Date published: 2016-08-12
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what size hole should I drill into airated cement block for this 10mm fixing bolt?

Asked by: tizi
Hole diameter for the FF1 10 x 140 is 10mm.
Answered by: Rawlplug, Product Manager
Date published: 2017-03-06

Would these be ok to secure fire door frame to a brick/breeze block wall?

Asked by: Jesd
Hi, metal fixings should be used to fix a fire door frame. concrete frame screws would be a suitable alternative.
Answered by: Rawlplug, Product Manager
Date published: 2017-03-18

what is the head type?

The description says "Torx countersunk or hex head." It can't be both.
Asked by: reha
Hi, this is for the countersunk version, the hex head version can be found here: http://www.screwfix.com/p/rawlplug-universal-ffi-frame-fixings-10-x-80mm-pack-of-50/38928 I will ask for the listing to be amended, thank you!
Answered by: Rawlplug, Product Manager
Date published: 2016-04-02

Are these Rawlplug Universal FFI Frame Fixings 10 x 120mm suitable for fitting a meranti hardwood garage door frame?

The side-hung doors are meranti hardwood too, each approximately 1mx2m. Can you advise how to use the fixings please, or does the pack include instructions? I presume the holes are drilled in the timber, then the underlying brickwork marked and drilled. Next each fixing is inserted through the timber, hammered into the brickwork almost the whole way, then screwed tight? Thanks.
Asked by: BigAl68
Hi, these certainly are suitable for this application. The number of fixings would depend on the total weight of the doors being hung. Your presumption of the installation method is correct. You can however drill straight through the timber and into the brick if you had everything securely in place (alternatively drill the timber, then drill the brick through the holes in the timber), which will ensure everything is lined up perfectly. Fixings should be hammered in until the plug is flush with the face of the timber.
Answered by: Rawlplug, Product Manager
Date published: 2015-12-27
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Specification
Brand Rawlplug
Construction Material (Fixings) Nylon PA6.6
Easy Assembly Easy to Install
Fixings Finish Bright Zinc-Plated
Head Type Hex
Manufacturer Guarantee 1 Year Guarantee
Manufacturing Standards ETA-12/0398.
Model Name Universal FFI
Pack Size 25
Pieces in Pack/Case 25
Product Diameter 10 mm
Product Length 140 mm
Product Type Frame Fixings
Suitable Application For Interior & Exterior Use

Characteristic resistance: concrete C12 / C15 10kN, C20 / C25 11kN, clay tile 1.2kN, hollow brick 0.6kN, aerated concrete 1.5kN. ETA-12 / 0398.