Drilling depth: Control of drilling depth is especially […]
Drilling depth: Control of drilling depth is especially important when punching holes. The type and size of the anchor is used to determine the required drilling depth, which is generally greater than the anchoring depth, with a few exceptions.
Anchoring depth: The distance from the surface of the anchoring foundation to the bottom end of the screw is an important parameter affecting its bearing capacity.
Anchoring thickness: The anchoring thickness is equal to the thickness of the anchored object. If the anchoring foundation is covered with at least plaster or tile, insulating layer, the anchoring anchor thickness is at least equal to the plaster or tile, the thickness of the insulating layer plus the thickness of the anchored object.
Margin: refers to the distance from the anchor axis to the free edge of the member.
Spacing: refers to the distance between the axes of adjacent anchors.
Component thickness: refers to the thickness of the anchoring foundation.