- Order number: 9966.32
- EAN: 7611614269627
- Adaptation to insulation thickness possible in 10 mm steps
- including 2 screw dowels
- Material: Polyethylene
- Insulation material: Neopor
- Processing temperature: - 5 °C / + 60 °C
System equipment carrier
The system equipment carrier is designed to fit perfectly into the external insulation and in this way reliably prevents heat bridges. Easy, fast fixing with the screw dowles included in the scope of delivery permanently anchors the system equipment carrier on many surfaces. Ideal for stable fixing of external lamps, sockets, door intercom devices and many more. nd permanently. Heavy loads are not a problem.
- Extra-fast, easy installation
- 2 product types allow a wide range of applications
- Heat bridges are efficiently prevented
- Adaptable to insulation thickness in 10 mm steps – no cutting necessary
- Modular design for insulation thicknesses from 160 to 310 mm
Examples of use
Versatile in use
The choice of two front parts and the modular design make the system equipment carrier a product which is extremely versatile in use. Cutting to size is not necessary because of adaptation to the insulation in 10 mm steps. Fixing by means of a single impact dowel reduces fitting time to a minimum, and at the same time it ensures secure anchoring to the base, e.g. masonry, concrete or wood materials.
1 Basic element | 2 Intermediate elements | 3 Housing base | 4 Front plate | 5 Screw-in wall-plug
1 Weight-bearing loads – independently of the insulation thickness: For an overhang of 160 mm and insulation thicknesses of 160 - 310 mm; 8 kg without additional screwing of the front plate; 10 kg with additional screwing of the front plate. The system equipment carrier must be fitted vertically. The hole for the dowel must be drilled to make an exact fit. | 2 Increasing the weight-bearing loads: To fix heavier loads, we recommend additional securing of the mounting plate by means of four Ø 3.5 x 25 screws
Heat bridge calculation
A heat bridge calculation carried out by the Passivhaus Institut in Darmstadt shows that the system equipment carrier has a point-specific heat bridge loss coefficient of xWB < 0,01 W/K and meets the requirements of a heat bridge-free facade.