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Fast-Fix

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Easy to use professional wall tie replacement and masonry repair system.

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Fast-Fix

Fast-fix wall tie replacement and masonry repair system can be used to re-tie and repair a wide range of differing materials like air-crete blocks, clay bricks, stone and concrete blocks.

Benefits & Features

- Quick installation. Just drill and drive.
- Low labour costs.
- High tensile strength.
- Allows for thermal movement.
- Multi water drips.
- Easily installed through cavity insulation.
- Designed and tested to EN10088.
- Insurance backed guarantees.
- Austentic 304 or 316 stainless steel.
- Effective in tying cavity and solid walls.
- No mechanical expansion problems.
- No resin, no rubber, high fire rating.

Adding Wall Ties



1. Drill pilot hole through outer leaf and then continue pilot hole if required, until recommended depth in inner leaf is reached.



2. Insert tie into Fast-Fix tool, then position front of tie into pilot hole and drive home.

Masonry Crack Repair



1. Drill pilot hole through masonry until recommended depth is reached.



2. Insert tie into Fast Fix tool, then position front of tie into pilot hole and drive home. 

Size Buy 2 Buy 3+ Buy 5+ Buy 8+
100 Fast Fix Ties 8mm x 170mm £65.47 £63.40 £62.03

£60.65

100 Fast Fix Ties 8mm x 195mm £70.93 £68.69 £67.20 £65.70
100 Fast Fix Ties 8mm x 220mm £76.40 £73.98 £72.37 £70.77
100 Fast Fix Ties 8mm x 245mm £81.84 £79.26 £77.53 £75.81
100 Fast Fix Ties 8mm x 270mm £87.30 £84.54 £82.70 £80.87
100 Fast Fix Ties 8mm x 295mm £92.75 £89.82 £87.86 £85.91

Pilot Drill & Embedment Depth Selection

Material
N/mm2
Tie Size
Minimum embedment depth
Pilot hole diameter
Air Crete block
2.8
8mm
90mm
N/A
Leca block
3.5
8mm
70mm
N/A
Concrete block
7.0
8mm
70mm
5.5mm
Old soft brick
< 5.0
8mm
70mm
5.0mm
Old med brick
> 5.0
8mm
70mm
5.0mm
Most modern bricks
> 11.0
8mm
70mm
5.5mm
Semi engineering bricks
30.0
8mm
50mm
6mm

Tie Loads & Densities

S2 Ground roughness, building size and height above ground factor worse case class A, HEIGHT 15 METRES.

I

Open country with no windbreaks and seafronts
II Open country with scattered windbreaks
III Suburban country with many wind breaks; small towns, out skirts of large cities
IV

Urban surface with large and frequent obstructions, i.e. City centres

Tie loads for different site conditions
TIE DENSITY
Wind Zone A (44m/s)
Wind Zone B (52m/s)
Wind Zone C (56m/s)
2.47m2
I
II
III
IV
I
II
III
IV
I
II
III
IV
Level to
1:20
-1000N
-940N
-730N
-520N
-1400N
-1320N
-1020N
-720N
-1620N
-1520N
-1180N
-840N
1:20 to
1:10
-1260N
-1180N
-910N
-650N
-1750N
-1650N
-1280N
-900N
-2040N
1910N
-1480N
-1050N
1:10 to
1:5
-1540N
-1450N
-1120N
-790N
-2140N
-2020N
-1570N
-1110N
-2490N
-2350N
-1820N
-1290N
1:5 to
No Limit
-1850N
-1740N
-1350N
-960N
-2580N
-2430N
-1890N
-1330N
-3000N
-2820N
-2190N
-1550

2.47 TIES PER METRE SQUARE REQUIRE 900MM HORIZONTAL CENTRES AND 450MM VERTICAL CENTRES

TIE DENSITY
Wind Zone A (44m/s)
Wind Zone B (52m/s)
Wind Zone C (56m/s)
4.94m2
I
II
III
IV
I
II
III
IV
I
II
III
IV
Level to
1:20
-500N
-470N
-360N
-260N
-700N
-660N
-510N
-360N
-810N
-760N
-600N
-420N
1:20 to
1:10
-630N
-590N
-460N
-320N
-870N
-830N
-640N
-450N
-1020N
-960N
-740N
-520N
1:10 to
1:5
-770N
-720N
-560N
-400N
-1070N
-1010N
-780N
-550N
-1240N
-1180N
-900N
-640N
1:5 to
No Limit
-930N
-870N
-670N
-480N
-1300N
-1220N
-950N
-670N
-1500N
-1410N
-1090N
-770N
4.94 TIES PER METRE SQUARE REQUIRE 450MM HORIZONTAL CENTRES AND 450MM VERTICAL CENTRES

 

NOTE: You can use other tie densities shown on menu 'Tie Densities'. To do this select tie load for your particular site conditions from one of the above two tables, then multiply your selected tie load by the tie density of that table. This will give you the load per metre squared. Then divide the load per metre squared by any of the tie densities shown in 'Tie Densities'. To get the required tie load for that density, you must then install ties to the required vertical and horizontal spacing centres of the selected tie density.

The densities and spacing
Ties per M2
Vertical Centres
Horizontal Centres
2.47
450mm
900mm
2.96
450mm
750mm
3.29
450mm
675mm
4.94
450mm
450mm
5.92
375mm
450mm
7.40
300mm
450mm
9.86
300mm
338mm
13.12
255mm
338mm

Tie Selection

Inner Leaf Embedment
Cavity Range
50mm
70mm
90mm
25mm to 50mm
170mm
195mm
220mm
50mm to 75mm
195mm
220mm
245mm
75mm to 100mm
220mm
245mm
270mm
100mm to 125mm
245mm
270mm
295mm
125mm to 150mm
270mm
295mm
320mm
Installation Procedure

A light hammer drill is recommended I.E. no more than 1.5nm impact and not less than 3000 impacts a minute.
1 1 Drill a pilot hole through the outer leaf, make sure to avoid frogs and core holes. Depending on inner leaf material you may need to carry on into the inner leaf with the pilot drill to set embedment depth. Then check cavity width and inner leaf material for tie selection using TABLES A (Tie Selection Tab) & B (Pilot Drills Tab).
2 2 Insert the tie into the special FAST-FIX tool, then position front of tie into the pilot hole and hammer home.
3 3 Site tests on the ties inner leaf connection can be carried out after removal of outer leaf connection by using small masonry core cutting, 5% of all ties installed must be load tested.
4 4 Before drilling out all the pilot holes, preliminary load tests should be carried out to establish the strength of the inner and outer leaf fixings, which should exceed the load required by 20%. Tie density can be increased to reduce the required loads, see 'TIE DENSITIES' menu. 5% of all ties must be load tested
5 5 Clear clearance hole of any brick dust and or debris with compressed air or air pump.
6 6 Remove plugs and screw on mixing nozzle to Tri-set resin cartridge and place into resin gun, pump resin through the mixing nozzle until an even colour is achieved. Then insert nozzle into clearance or pilot hole until touching tie, pump resin around tie, you must get at least 50mm of resin embedment around the tie if filling a clearance hole, then if resin matches brick, bring resin to the surface and make good with a rag. If resin colour does not match, then hold back 6mm and make good with sand/cement and dies. When working on render surfaces, always hold resin back to brick/block and make good with sand and cement.

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