Fastening technology designed to save time

  • 2 Mar 2015

Schnabl’s ‘Drill, Fasten and Finish’ fastening systems have been developed to help workers save time when they are fitting pipes and cables.

Schnabl’s fastening technology enables fastening elements to be fixed with minimal effort.

The fixtings are inserted into 6mm drill holes and held in place by a locking system.

The fastening elements have been designed to stay in place under tension.

They can withstand any standard workloads and forces of up to 40kg.

Schnabl’s range of fastening elements includes over 200 products.

Alongside the Euroclip, the system includes cable holders and a clip system for buried installations without plastering.

The products have been certified according to IEC 61386-25.

Schnabl will be showcasing their innovative product range at the following events:

The Elexshow:

·         Exeter 22-24 April

·         Manchester 11-12 June

·         Coventry 17-18 September

·         Sandown Park 05-06 November

The Electric Event:

QEII Centre, Westminster, London – 3rd July 2015

The Build Show:

NEC, Birmingham 6 – 8 October 2015

Bahnhofplatz 1,
Postfach 63,
3100 St. Pölten,

Phone: +43 2742 221 67
Fax: +43 2742 221 67 50

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