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Rawlplug Hollow Wall Anchors M6 x 37mm 20 Pack (40813)

Interset fixing providing permanent anchoring in cavity walls. For use with setting tool (Code 8499G).

  • For Use in Plasterboard
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  • Partially Threaded

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 29 reviewers.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Nothing comes close This is the only cavity wall fitting i will ever use,it puts all its competitors to shame.once they are fitted they are never going to loosen.Great product from a store that has the time to advise a DIY er and sell you the right product for the right job,thank you. 9 Sep 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Do what they should Do the job, very good fixings provided you drill the correct size hole. Much quicker to use with the interset tool. 30 Aug 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best P/board fixing there is. Of all the fixings I have ever used for plaster board these are by far the best, even in Gypsum Thermaline board, they perform very well. To set them properly the proper setting tool is a must or you risk damaging both the board and the fixing itself. 21 May 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Brilliant fixings Great for hanging kitchen wall units on stud walls 2 Mar 2016
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22 Jul 2016
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Hi, in a new build house the plasteboard thickness shouldn't be any more than 12.5mm, if this is the case then the M6 x 37mm Interset would be ideal. On the off chance the plasterboard is double thickness the M6 x 65mm would be required instead.
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I'm looking to mount a 4m curtain track in the ceiling around a 4m bay. 1 X 2 X 1m. The previous track was fixed to the upvc Windows, but we want to run the curtains past the window edge, so that's not an option this time
19 Jun 2016
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Hi, depending on the weight of your curtain rail and curtains this would be a suitable fixing. Each fixing can safely support 10kg when installed into plasterboard.
21 Jun 2016
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12 Feb 2016
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Hi, 6 of these will be sufficient to support your LCD TV and bracket if 6 fixings are used into plasterboard, Safe working load per fixing is 15kg, with the lever arm created by your swivel bracket, the applied load on the fixings will be increased from the 15kg of your LCD TV, however the additional fixings will account for this.
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It is not the safe rating of the fixings that need to be taken into account but the substrate to which you are fixing. The fixings are rated at 15kg each but the plasterboard (substrate) will be no where near that figure. The likelyhood of fixing a LCD TV on a swivel bracket increases the stress on the fixings the more you extend the bracket away from the wall. On that basis you will probably find that the plasterboard will fracture and subsequently pull out a portion of the plasterboard wall!

The best way to fix into plasterboard is to locate the studs and screw into them, especially when fixing heavy objects like TV's.
3 Mar 2016
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Hi, I would recommend using the non-heavy duty one as the new M6 screw fits into this. The heavy duty setting tool will be updated shortly to also fit this screw, but for the time being M6 doesn't always fit.
12 Feb 2016
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3 Dec 2015
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Hi, due to the "spikes" on the flange of this product, this may not be suitable for a tiled wall. I would recommend using a spring toggle fixing instead. Atleast 2 x M6 spring toggles would safety support the 35kg your unit weighs.
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The fixings would be strong enough but I would be concerned about fixing 35 kilo onto a studded wall unless you have fixed into the studing. The likelihood is that the weight will pull the plasterboard and tiles off the wall.
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Specification
Bolt Size M6
Brand Rawlplug
Manufacturer Guarantee 1 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee
Pack Size 20
Pieces in Pack/Case 20
Product Diameter 6 mm
Product Length 37 mm
Product Type Hollow Wall Anchors
Suitable Application For Use in Plasterboard