Listview for the terms
Facade anchor Facade anchor is a collective term for all facade fixings or facade fixing systems. More and more often these support and retaining anchor systems are made of stainless steel.
Facade anchorages Term synonymous with all facade fixings or facade fixing systems. More and more often these support and retaining anchor systems are made of stainless steel.
Facade panel anchors The term facade panel anchor refers to all load-bearing and retaining anchor systems for precast concrete cladding on the outside of buildings.
Facade plug The term facade anchors, comparable to long-shaft anchors or frame anchors depending on the manufacturer, was coined by Upat from Emmendingen (taken over from Fischer).
Facade substructures Facade substructures are a collective term for all holding and supporting anchor systems behind the facade cladding.
Facade suspension The term facade suspension is colloquially used as a collective term for a variety of different facade fixing systems.
Facing brick brackets Facing brackets are load-bearing anchors which are specially designed for pre-masoned facade walls.
Facing brickwork anchors The term facing brickwork has its origins in the word facing brick, which is a stone for the facing wall.
Fastening elements General term for brackets of special and series construction which, in addition to steel and stainless steel, can also be made of non-ferrous metals, e.g. aluminum fasteners such as aluminum brackets.
Fitting parts made of stainless steel The term built-in part is to be considered in combination with the term assembly part in fastening technology in the building industry.
Fixing systems made of stainless steel General term for brackets in variant and series construction, made of stainless steel, such as holding anchors, support anchors or tie rods.
Fixing technology General industry term for properties and constructions which are used as supports and for connecting, whereby the term occurs mainly as an independent area in the building industry.
Fixings for masonry facades One of MODERSOHN 's particular strengths is the product range of stainless steel support and retaining anchors for double-shell masonry façades.
Folding profiles The bending with sword and prism on a mechanical or hydraulic press is currently the most commonly used forming process for metal sheets or plates.
Folding sheets made of aluminium Bending with a sword and prism on a mechanical or hydraulic press is currently the most commonly used forming process for metal sheets or plates.
Frame anchor The term frame anchor, also known as long-shaft anchor, is a plastic expansion anchor with a particularly long fixing shaft.