Frame fixing S-H-R - without screw

The frame fixing with 2-way expansion

The fischer plug S-H-R is a frame fixing made from high-quality nylon. With its long expansion element and an anchorage depth of 90 mm, the S-H-R is ideal for fixings in perforated brick and aerated concrete. When the screw is screwed in, the plug expands in two directions to provide secure anchorage in the building material. The expansion wings prevent undesired turning, which makes installation easier. The plug can be turned so that the expansion forces are introduced into the building material in a targeted manner and parallel to the building material edge. This means that fixings close to the edge are also possible.

Product Description

  • The anchorage depth of 90 mm offers special advantages for anchorings in perforated brick and aerated concrete.
  • Integral hammer-in stop prevents the plug from expanding prematurely during installation.
  • As the plug only expands in two directions, it is possible to direct the expansion forces so that they run parallel to the edge of the building material by turning the plug. This allows for smaller edge distances.

Available Product Variants

1 Product variant (s) found

1 Product variant (s) found

Drill diameter


Anchor length


Art.-No. 052178

14 [mm]

230 [mm]

Folding box

50 [pcs.]

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Application and Permission

  • Façade, ceiling and roof substructures made of wood and metal
  • Windows
  • Gates and doors
  • Squared timbers
  • Beams
Building materials
  • Vertically perforated brick
  • Aerated concrete
  • Hollow blocks made from lightweight concrete
  • Perforated sand-lime brick
You can find detailed information on building materials in the registration document.

Assembly Instruction

  • The S-H-R is suitable for push-through installation.
  • When screwing in the screw, the frame fixing expands in two directions, thus providing a secure anchoring in the building material.
  • For installations close to the edge, turn the plug so that the expansion force acts parallel to the edge.