IPS: the facade screw for ETICS - Quick, flexible, no thermal bridge!

IPS: the facade screw for ETICS - Quick, flexible, no thermal bridge!
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With its new insulation screw IPS, CELO Befestigungssysteme GmbH is presenting another innovation for fastenings in external thermal insulation composite systems (ETICS). The special screw IPS enables extremely quick direct fastenings

in ETICS with no thermal bridge.

IPS is perfectly suitable for direct fastening of wall connection profiles, metal sheets, base protection profiles, cornice covers etc. You can install the screw directly through the 8 mm holes, which are common for standard profiles, into the insulation.

Thanks to the head hole and by using a short 3.5 mm screw, it is also possible to fasten objects such as motion detectors, signs, little lamps etc. directly into the insulation and without thermal bridge. Another advantage is that only a small hole remains in the insulation after the removal.

The special screw IPS is made out of glass fibre-reinforced, weather and UV resistant nylon. The stylish flat head with EPDM seal ensures an optimal sealing and adaption to the ground. It is available in different colours. Due to its length of 80 mm, the IPS can be used for almost every insulated facades. Suitable insulation boards are polystyrene and rigid foam boards; the recommended load is approx. 4 kg.

Thanks to its sharp drilling tip, the innovative insulation screw IPS can generally be used in ETICS without pre-drilling.

For more information, please visit: www.celofixings.com.
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