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High load capacity through expanding arms. Suitable for all board materials. Supplied with screws. Anti-rotation lugs for reliable installation. Reusable as fixing remains in wall. For use with setting tool (Code 38788).

High load capacity through expanding arms. Suitable for all board materials. Supplied with screws. Anti-rotation lugs for reliable installation. Reusable as fixing remains in wall. For use with setting tool (Code 38788).
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Customer Reviews for Fischer HM Plasterboard Anchors M5 x 65mm Pack of 20
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good quality
27 Aug 2014
By mraverage99
, plymouth
"These work really well and hold a lot of weight when enough installed, i used the fischer setting tool to install."
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Plasterboard anchors
27 Mar 2009
By Zaentzpantz
, Surrey
"I used these to fix a heavy folding glass shower screen into a plasterboard wall with no stud anywhere nearby.
They installed easily and support the screen well and I found no real need for the special insertion tool.
Tip: put a little oil on the thread before final tightening, that way you can sense the point when the metal cage deforms more accurately. Be careful not to over-tighten.
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5 of 5 people found this review helpful.