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Fischer Fixings: Why They Are Top Suppliers Of Structural Fixings

Author : Geraldine Minnar

Fischer fixings are one of the leading brands of fixing suppliers in Southern Africa. They are extremely popular among home improvement specialists and DIY enthusiasts nationwide. Most home improvement centres all through South Africa stocks a complete selection of this modern product that offers the best solutions for any cement and structural fixing specifications. Fischer is relied upon in the most challenging circumstances when it comes to structural fixings, especially when safety is of upmost relevance. These fixings offer innovative, reliable and high-quality fixing solutions appreciated by many people.

Fischer has been solving fixing problems since 1948. They created the very first nylon fixing way back in 1958 and are still creating and developing innovative, high quality fixings for the world today and they don't intend on stopping anytime soon. Fischer fixings provides a full range of fixing systems that are revolutionary and made from high-quality materials to fit better and take a lot more load than normal so that you need fewer fixings to get the job done. You save both money and time!

Fischer fixings offer you these ranges:

- Chemical fixings
- Metal Anchors
- Long-shaft fixings
- Basic fixings
- Cavity fixings
- Foams and sealants
- Electrical fixings

Fischer fixings also have a wide selection of sanitary fixing solutions that ensure quick, simple and very efficient and secure installations. These products are designed and engineered for fastening and setting up bathroom utilities like basins, toilet bowls, geysers and urinals. They work effectively on all bathroom surfaces, like concrete, natural stone, solid brick, plasterboard, gypsum fibre boards and chip board. For example, the toilet fixing range come with chrome and white coloured caps and have a metal screw with a hexagon head and slot. The large snap-fit sleeve makes up for fairly big or irregular holes which have been formed into the porcelain and can also be used for repairing mirrors and porcelain shelves.

Some Fischer fixings are also used for securing boilers, stationary electric appliances, gas heaters and cisterns. All of these fixings ensure easy, quick, safe and strong installations, have shapely styles and are very easy to clean.

One of the reasons why Fischer fixings are as well-liked and well-liked as they are is because of the wide range of fixings they offer along with their colour-coded ranges. The colour-coded fixings enable you to find the fixings you need for the job in hand, effortlessly. Yellow is for solid brickwork, blue is for plasterboard and green is for universal. This colour-coding, as well as easy-to-understand installment diagrams is just one of the countless reasons why Fischer is among the leading providers of fixings.

Fischer's range splits into three groups - nylon, metal and resin anchoring systems. In addition, it includes the most recent generation of hybrid resins, that are styrene free and can offer very high loads. As well as these, as stated before, the range also includes their new bathroom fixings range.

So, for your cement and structural fixing needs, you can rely on the innovation and excellence of Fischer's fixing systems.

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