TRIO with Pins over Substrate

EJOT’s TRIO insulation to masonry anchor for general applications

  • 4 Jul 2016

EJOT’s new TRIO general application anchor can be used to fix a broad range of insulation materials back to masonry substrates. 

TRIO is made up of three components; two types of fixing pin, both of which combine with a 10mm diameter sleeve manufactured from high density polyethylene to create a variable anchor zone, from 30mm to 60mm in depth.

The glass-reinforced nylon pin is intended to be used for securing lighter weight insulation, such as expanded polystyrene back into brickwork or concrete. The metal pin has been designed to secure heavier insulation types, though still being suitable for lighter EPS material.

EJOT also supply a choice of two ‘spreader washers’ at 90mm or 140mm for instances where the mineral fibre insulation being installed is of lighter density. 

The EJOT TRIO general application anchor is available to buy online on the EJOT website.

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