Quick and easy to install, while offering top level performance in concrete: the fischer concrete screws ULTRACUT FBS II stand for absolute reliability and are ROCKSTARS when dealing with Heavy Metal in Concrete.
The name ULTRACUT FBS II ROCKSTARS truly brings home the advantages of the fischer concrete screw assortment: the innovative thread geometry absorbs high tensile and lateral forces in concrete. The teeth of fischer concrete screws cut deep into the concrete when screwing in. Creating a positive-locking connection, transferring forces directly into the substrate without exert-ing any expansion pressure.
The fischer concrete screw UltraCut FBS II with its three different coating types – zinc-plated steel (diameter 8-14), stainless steel (diameter 8-12) and FBS II CP with the special coating (diameter 8-14) – is a powerful anchoring solution with top installation comfort. The saw tooth geometry enables a quick and easy installation. The concrete screw is ideal for the fixing of railings, cantilevers, and shelving systems. In zinc-plated steel for the inside area, as well as the stainless steel version with the special hardened red tip for outdoor applications. The innovative surface coating of the CP version guarantees an additional corrosion protection (salt spray chamber mist test over 2000h). The assortment is offered with different head shapes: with a countersunk head, Torx-drive and hexagonal head, and with or without a torque drive (only for zinc-plated steel) as desired.
The fischer concrete screw UltraCut FBS II 6 zinc-plated steel with diameter 6 offers with its unique saw tooth geometry a quick and easy installation. It cuts deep into the concrete and enables maximum load bearing capacity.
The concrete screw assortment of the diameter 6 versions consists of the following head designs: hexagonal head, panhead/large panhead, countersunk head and with connection sleeve / hanger bolt. The UltraCut FBS II 6 is perfectly designed for applications like fixings of pipe routes, channel systems, ventilation ducts and facilities in the building service engineering.