Direct Fastening

Technology Manual

Product Information

Edition 11/2006

Direct Fastening Technology Manual

Edition 30/11/2006 1

Product Information

Ìntroduction..................................................................................................................................................... 3

Methodology of DX-Fastener Selection ..................................................................................................... 3

Corrosion.................................................................................................................................................... 3

Design Concepts........................................................................................................................................ 4

Nomenclature/Symbols .............................................................................................................................. 5

Cyclic Loading ............................................................................................................................................ 6

Fastener Selection.......................................................................................................................................... 8

Steel & Metal .............................................................................................................................................. 8

Petrochemical & Ìndustrial........................................................................................................................ 10

Ìnterior Finishing....................................................................................................................................... 12

Building Construction ............................................................................................................................... 13

Mechanical & Electrical ............................................................................................................................ 15

Fastener........................................................................................................................................................ 17

Fastener Ìndex.......................................................................................................................................... 17

Profiled metal sheeting

X-ENP Siding and Decking Nail ............................................................................................................... 18

ENP2K Siding and Decking Nail .............................................................................................................. 22

SDK2 Sealing Caps for Cladding Fastening ............................................................................................ 25

NPH Siding and Decking Nails to Concrete............................................................................................. 26

X-HVB Shear Connectors ........................................................................................................................ 29

X-EDNK22 THQ12, X-EDN19 THQ12 Diaphragm Decking Nails ........................................................... 34

Fix to steel

X-EDNÌ, EDS General Purpose Nails for Steel ....................................................................................... 37

EDNK, ESDMK General Purpose Nails for Thin Steel............................................................................. 41

X-BT Stainless Steel Threaded Studs...................................................................................................... 44

X-EM6/EW6, X-EF7, X-EM8, X-EM10/EW10, EW10 Threaded Studs for Steel ..................................... 47

X-FCM Grating Fastening System........................................................................................................... 51

X-FCP Checker Plate Fastening System................................................................................................. 57

Fix to concrete

X-AL-H General Purpose Nails for Difficult Concrete and Steel .............................................................. 61

X-DNÌ General Purpose Nails for Concrete, Sandlime-Masonry and Steel ............................................. 64

X-ZF General Purpose Nail for Concrete, Sandlime-Masonry and Steel................................................. 68

X-CR Stainless Steel Nails for Concrete, Sandlime Masonry and Steel.................................................. 72

DX Drywall Fasteners ÷ X-DW, X-ZF, X-DAK, ESD ................................................................................ 76

GX Drywall Fasteners -- X-EGN, X-GPH, X-GN...................................................................................... 79

DS Heavy Duty General Purpose Nails for Concrete and Steel .............................................................. 82

SL Nails for Forming and Other Temporary Uses.................................................................................... 85

X-M6/W6/F7, X-M8, X-M10/X-W10, W10 Threaded Studs for Concrete................................................. 87

DX-Kwik - X-M6H, X-M8H Threaded Studs and DNH, X-DKH Nails....................................................... 91

X-CRM Stainless Steel Threaded Studs for Concrete and Steel............................................................. 94

General construction

X-ÌE Wall Ìnsulation Fastener................................................................................................................... 98

X-SW Soft Washer Fastener .................................................................................................................. 101

X-FS Form Stop...................................................................................................................................... 103

X-GC Gunite Clip.................................................................................................................................... 105

HVAC, Plumbing & Electrical

X-HS Threaded Hanger and X-CC Loop Hanger Systems.................................................................... 107

Electrical Hanger Systems X-HS MX and X-CC MX.............................................................................. 110

X-EKB, X-ECH Electrical Cable Fasteners ............................................................................................ 112

X-FB (X-BX/X-EMTC), X-EFC Electrical Conduit Fasteners ................................................................. 115

X-ECT MX Electrical Cable Tie, X-EKS MX and X-EMTSC Conduit Clip Fastener .............................. 118

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X-ET for Fastening Plastic Electrical Cable Trays.................................................................................. 120

Nails for Electrical Applications ÷ X-GHP, X-GN, X-DNÌ, X-EGN, X-EDNÌ ............................................ 121

Fastener for Special Applications ............................................................................................................... 122

X-CR Stainless Steel Nails for Fastening to Steel............................................................................... 122

Tools & Equipment...................................................................................................................................... 126

DX460 General Purpose Tool ................................................................................................................ 126

DX 351.................................................................................................................................................... 128

DX-E 72.................................................................................................................................................. 129

DX 36 M.................................................................................................................................................. 129

DX 76...................................................................................................................................................... 130

DX 750.................................................................................................................................................... 132

DX-860 Tool for Decking........................................................................................................................ 133

R4 Pneumatic Tools ............................................................................................................................... 135

GX 100 Gas Tool for Ìnterior Finishing and GX 100-E for Electrical Applications ................................. 135

Cartridges ............................................................................................................................................... 136

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Introduction

MethodoIogy of DX-Fastener SeIection

There are five fastener selection charts corresponding to five trade groups:

Steel metal (e.g. siding and decking, cladding, grating)

Petrochemical and Ìndustrial (e.g. installations, off-shore)

Ìnterior finishing (e.g. drywall, suspended ceilings)

General construction (e.g. concrete forming, insulation)

HVAC, plumbing and electrical

To find a DX fastener for an application, enter the appropriate trade group chart with the application:

Detailed technical information for the selected fastener family is found on its product information sheet.

For some applications, two or more fastener families are listed as suitable. The final selection is influenced by

technical data found on the product sheets.

Regional differences in building methods, materials, trade preferences, available tools, etc. also influence fastener

selection. Therefore, designers and specifiers are advised to consult the current Hilti catalogue and make use of the

local Hilti technical advisory service.

Corrosion

The subject of corrosion has a major influence on the suitability of a fastener and therefore also on fastener

selection. Ìn order to provide a basis for judging the suitability of fasteners, it is useful to categories applications in

three classes:

Safety relevant, permanent applications: (e.g. profiled metal sheet fastenings in roofs and walls)

Non-safety relevant, permanent fastenings (e.g. metal track fastenings for drywall)

Non-safety relevant, temporary fastenings (e.g. fastenings of wooden sills, kickers, etc. in concrete forming).

For non-safety reIevant appIications, zinc plated fasteners made of normal carbon steel can be used without

restriction.

For safety reIevant, permanent fastenings restrictions described below apply:

Ìn any case there is a restriction to the use of galvanised carbon steel fasteners if they are exposed to weather

or if they are inside and subject to repeated wetting as from condensation. The galvanisation (typically in a

range from 5 to 20 microns of Zn) provides corrosion protection during transport and construction, during which

exposure to weather can never be completely prevented. Ìf the fastenings are exposed to repeated wetting or

weather during their service life, the use of galvanised carbon steel fasteners is prohibited and stainless steel

fasteners must be used. This safety measure must be observed without exception because the corrosion of

galvanised steel fasteners leads not just to material loss but also to hydrogen embrittlement. Hydrogen

embrittlement can easily result in fracture of the fastener at very low load.

Referring to the above mentioned example of profiled metal sheet fastening for roofs and walls, the use of

galvanised steel fasteners is allowable only where wetting of the fastener is not to be expected. This applies in

general to inside skins of two skin, insulated roofs and walls enclosing dry and closed rooms. This is the classic

application area for ENP(H)2 galvanised fasteners.

Contact corrosion is taken into consideration by observing common rules concerning acceptable material

combinations. Parts made of less noble metals are subject to increased corrosion if they are in electrochemical

contact with a larger part made of a more noble metal, provided of course that an electrolyte is present. Fasteners

that are used in wet areas must be at least as noble or better, nobler than the fastened part. The effect of contact

corrosion is shown in the table below. This information is especially applicable to stainless steel X-CR fasteners

AppIication or

materiaI to be

fastened

Base materiaI

EnvironmentaI

conditions

other

conditions or

requirements

DX-fastener

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because only the X-CR is suitable for safety relevant, permanent application located outside or otherwise exposed

to corrosion.

Powder-actuated fastener

Fastened part Zinc plated carbon steel X-CR stainless steel

Construction steel (uncoated)

Galvanized steel sheet

Aluminum alloy

Stainless steel sheet

Negligible or no corrosion of fastener

Heavy corrosion of fastener

The accelerated corrosion of a fastener due to contact corrosion can take place only in the presence of an

electrolyte (moisture from precipitation or condensation). Without this electrolyte ÷ e.g. in dry inside rooms ÷ zinc

plated fasteners can be used in connection with more noble metals.

Design Concepts

The recommended working loads (N

rec

and V

rec

) are suitable for use in typical working load designs. Ìf a partial

factor of safety design method is to be used, the N

rec

and V

rec

values are conservative when used as N

Rd

and V

Rd

.

Exact values for N

Rd

and V

Rd

can be determined by using the safety factors where given and or reviewing test data.

Design loads (characteristic strength, design resistance and working loads) for the X-HVB shear connector are

listed and ordered per design guideline.

Worldwide the designer may encounter three main fastening design concepts:

Working Ioad concept

as practiced in Europe

NS Nrec =

Rk N

where is an overall factor of safety

including allowance for:

errors in estimation of load

deviations in material and

workmanship

and NS is, in general a characteristic

acting load.

NS NSk

Working Ioad concept

as practiced in the USA and Canada

NS

'

, m u N

where ' is an overall factor of safety

including allowance for:

errors in estimation of load

deviations in material and

workmanship

scatter in the testing data

and NS is, in general a characteristic

acting load.

NS NSk

PartiaI factors of safety

NSk x

F

NSd =

M

Rk N

= NRd

where:

F is a partial factor of safety to allow for

errors in estimation on the acting load.

M is a partial factor of safety to allow for

deviations in material and workmanship.

Except for DX-Standard fastenings to concrete, DX fastenings can be treated as single point fastenings in the

design calculation. Structural analysis of the fastened part (e.g. roof deck panel or pipe hung from a number of

fastenings) leads to calculation of the load acting on a single fastening, which is then compared to the

recommended load (or design value of the resistance) for the fastener. Ìn spite of this single point design concept, it

is necessary to insure that there is enough redundancy so that failure of a single fastening will not lead to collapse

of the entire system. The old saying ¨one bolt is no bolt¨ can also be applied to DX fastening.

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NomencIature/SymboIs

Following is a table of symbols and nomenclature used in the technical data.

Fastener test data and performance

N and V Tensile and shear forces in a general sense

F Combined force (resulting from N and V) in a general sense

N

s

and V

s Tensile and shear forces acting on a fastening in a design calculation

Fs Combined force (resulting from Ns and Vs) in a design calculation

Nu and Vu Ultimate tensile and shear forces that cause failure of the fastening, statistically, the reading for one

specimen

Nu,m and Vu,m Average ultimate tensile and shear forces that cause failure of the fastening, statistically, the average for a

sample of several specimens

S The standard deviation of the sample

NRk and VRk Characteristic tensile and shear resistance of the fastening, statistically, the 5 % fractile For example the

characteristic strength of a fastening whose ultimate strength can be described by a standard Gauss type

distribution is calculated by:

NRk = Nu,m - k x S where k is a function of the sample size, n and the desired confidence interval.

N

rec

and V

rec Recommended tensile and shear force on the fastener shank:

Nrec = N

Rk

/ und Vrec = V

Rk

/ where is an overall factor of safety

Mrec Recommended working moment on the fastener shank

Mrec = M

Rk

/

Where MRk is the characteristic moment resistance of the fastener shank and is an

overall factory of safety. Unless otherwise stated on the product data sheets, the Mrec

values in this manual include a safety factor of ¨2¨ for static loading and ¨1.3¨ for cyclic

loading.

Fastening details

hET Penetration of the fastener point below the surface of the base material

h

NVS Nailhead standoff above the surface fastened into (with nails, this is the surface of the fastened material,

with threaded studs, the surface of the base material.)

tII Thickness of the base material

tI Thickness of the fastened material

tI

Total thickness of the fastened material (where more than one layer is fastened)

Characteristics of steel and other metals

fy and fu Yield strength and ultimate tensile strength of metals (in N/mm

2

or MPa)

Characteristics of concrete and masonry

fc Compressive strength of cylinder (150 mm diameter, 300 mm height)

f

cc Compressive strength of cube (150 mm edge length)

fc,100 / fcc,200 Compressive strength of 100 mm diameter cylinder / cube with 200 mm edge

Ìn some cases building material grades are used to describe the suitable range of application. Examples are the

German B25, B35, B55 etc. and the ÌSO 3893/ENV206/EC2 concrete grades C20/25, C30/35, C50/55. Complete

information various national and international material grades can be found in A1 Base MateriaIs for Fastenings of

the Fastening Technology Manual.

Approvals, technical assessments and design guidelines are given on the product information sheets as

abbreviations of the names of the issuing institutes or agencies. Following is a list of abbreviations:

Abbreviation Name of institute or agency / description Country

FM Factory Mutual (insurers' technical service) USA

UL Underwriters Laboratories (insurers' technical service) USA

ICBO Ìnternational Conference of Building Officials USA

SDI Steel Deck Ìnstitute (technical trade association) USA

CSTB Centre Scientifique et Technique du Bâtiment (approval agency) France

DIBt Deutsche Ìnstitute für Bautechnik (approval agency) Germany

UBAtc Union belge pour l'Agremont technique dans la construction Belgium

SOCOTEC SOCOTEC (insurers' technical service) France

ÖNORM Österreichische Norm / Austrian National Standard Austria

SCI Steel Construction Ìnstitute Great Britain

SZS Schweizerische Zentralstelle für Stahlbau Switzerland

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CycIic Loading

Siding and decking nails used in wall and roof construction are subject to cyclic loading from wind suction. Cyclic

load testing is carried out to determine allowable (and recommended) loads. The approval requirements of the DÌBt

(Deutsches Ìnstitut für Bautechnik) govern the design relevant number of load repetitions (5'000) and the necessary

safety factors. Notes in this regard are found on the corresponding product data sheets.

Ìn case that fasteners will be subject to a large number of load repetitions and fatigue, we recommend carrying out a

design check according to the requirements of Eurocode 3 (or similar code). Eurocode 3 gives the characteristic

fatigue resistance and safety concept for steel construction. To carry out the check according to Eurocode 3, it is

necessary to have a statistical analysis of test data obtained under the application conditions. Except for siding and

decking fasteners, the product data sheets in C3 limit the validity of recommended loads to predominantly static

loading. Ìn case that a design must be done for true fatigue loading, test data can be obtained from Hilti. Examples

of such data are displayed below.

X-EM8-15-14 (standard zinc pIated fastener)

The X-EM8-15-14 has a shank diameter 4.5 mm and

a hardness of HRC 55.5 1 (fu = 2'000 MPa). The S-

N diagram shows the load range F for a lower load

of 0.05 kN. The individual test results are displayed

as points and the curves show average and

characteristic (95% survival probability) values. The

failure mode was shank fracture or fracture in the M8

threading.

The recommended load for predominantly static

loading is 2.4 kN. Comparing this value to the S-N

diagram will lead to the conclusion that EM8-15-14

fastenings designed for 2.4 kN static loading will

survive a large number of load repetitions. The

fastenings can be said to be robust, even when the

actual loading turns out to be in part cyclic.

X-CRM8-15-12 (stainIess steeI fastener)

The X-CRM8-15-12 has a shank diameter of 4.0 mm

and a minimum ultimate tensile strength of 1'850 MPa.

The S-N diagram shows the load range F for a

lower load of 0.05 kN. The individual test results are

displayed as points. The failure mode was shank

fracture or fracture just below the head of the nail.

The recommended load for predominantly static

loading is 1.8 kN. Comparing this value to the S-N

diagram will lead to the conclusion that EM8-15-14

fastenings designed for 1.8 kN static loading will

survive a large number of load repetitions. The

fastenings can be said to be robust, even when the

actual loading turns out to be in part cyclic.

0.0

0.5

1.0

1.5

2.0

2.5

3.0

3.5

4.0

4.5

1.E+05 1.E+06 1.E+07

Number of CycIes (LS)

Load range (kN)

Mean value (kN)

Characteristic value (kN)

S-N Diagram, X-CRM8-15-12

0.0

1.0

2.0

3.0

4.0

5.0

6.0

1.E+05 1.E+06 1.E+07

Number of Load Repetitions (LS)

Load range

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Mode of FaiIure under CycIic Loading

A major finding of cyclic loading tests is that the strength of a DX fastening subject to cyclic loading is not limited by

failure of the anchorage. Ìt is only when the number of cycles is very low ÷ that is predominantly static loading ÷ that

nail pullout is observed. The two schematic diagrams below show the relationship between failure mode and

number of cycles. All tests show that the anchorage of DX fasteners in steel and in concrete is extremely robust with

regard to resisting cyclic loading. Fasteners subject to a large number of load repetitions fracture in the shank, head

or threading. A condition to obtaining this behavior is that the fasteners are correctly driven. Fasteners that are not

driven deeply enough exhibit low pullout strength and in a cyclic loading test, may not necessarily fail by fracture.

Ìn older product information and data sheets, this basic suitability of DX fasteners for cyclic loading was emphasized

by defining the recommended loads as cyclic recommended loads. At the time that this product information was

assembled, a true safety concept for a strict check of DX fastenings subject to fatigue loading was not available.

With Eurocode 3, this is now available. Ìn case that a fatigue design is carried out, it is important that adequate

redundancy ÷ as with static design ÷ be provided.

Effect of Number of CycIes on FaiIure Mode

DX Fastener in SteeI (correctIy pIaced)

Number of load cycles

Fastener pullout

Fastener fracture

Effect of Number of CycIes on FaiIure Mode

DX Fastener in SteeI (incorrectIy pIaced)

Number of load cycles

Fastener pullout

Fastener fracture

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Fastener SeIection

SteeI & MetaI Conditions DX Fastener

AppIication Base materiaI Other

Fastener Page

Steel, tII 6 mm trough width 15mm X-ENP-19 18

trough width 15 mm ENP2K 22

trough width 12 mm EDNK, ESDMK 41

trough width 12 mm

& diaphragm decks

X-EDNK22-THQ12,

X-EDN19-THQ12

34 Steel, tII = 4 - 8 mm

for X-ENP and ENP2K

outdoor applications SDK2 Sealing Cap 25

Steel, tII 5 mm temporary fixing/ tacking X-DAK 76

Roof-, floor decking

Wall liners

Concrete trough width 20 mm NPH 26

composite beams

diaphragm

end anchorage - decking

lateral support of beam

Steel, tII 8 mm X-HVB

with

X-ENP-21 HVB

29

Nailed fastening X-EDNI, EDS 37

Steel, tII 4mm

Threaded connection

EM6/EW6, EM7/EF7,

EM8/EW8, EM10/EW10

47

Steel, t

II

= 3 - 8 mm Nailed fastening EDNK, ESDMK 41

Steel, tII 6 mm

Threaded connection,

Corrosion resistant fastener

required

X-CRM 94

metal brackets, clips

drywall track

fixtures for mechanical

trades

sheathing, liners, etc.

Steel, tII 8mm

+ through penetration of

base steel not permitted

X-BT 44

X-FCM 51

Hot dipped galvanised

grating fastener required

X-FCM-M 51

Corrosive environment,

Corrosion resistant

fastener required

X-FCM-R

X-CRM

51

Steel, t

II

6mm

Steel, tII 8mm

+ through penetration of

base steel not permitted

X-BT 44

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SteeI & MetaI Conditions DX Fastener

AppIication Base materiaI Other

Fastener Page

X-FCP-F 57

Steel, tII 6mm

Offshore construction

Corrosive environment,

Corrosion resistant

fastener required

X-FCP-R 57

Steel, t

II

= 3 - 6 mm

High pullout strength

required

ESDMK 41

Steel, t

II

= 4 - 6 mm

Moderate pullout

strength required

X-ZF 68

concrete form repair

container construction

Steel, tII = 5 - 8 mm

stainless steel,

aluminium

Corrosion resistant fastener

required

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PetrochemicaI &

IndustriaI

Conditions DX Fastener

AppIication Base materiaI Other Fastener Page

Steel, t

II

6mm Offshore construction

Corrosive environment,

Corrosion resistant

fastener required

X-FCM-R

with X-CRM

51

Steel, tII 8mm + through penetration of

base steel not permitted

X-FCM-R

with X-BT

51

Steel, tII 6mm Offshore construction

Corrosive environment,

Corrosion resistant

fastener required

X-FCP-R

with X-CRM

57

Steel, tII = 4 mm Threaded connection,

Corrosion resistant

fastener required

X-CRM 94

metal brackets, clips

drywall track

fixtures for mechanical

trades

sheathing, liners, etc.

Steel, t

II

8mm

+ through penetration of

base steel not permitted

X-BT 44

Concrete, masonry

Steel, aluminium

and stainless steel

Corrosion resistant

fastener required X-CR 72

Steel, tII 8mm Threaded connection,

Corrosion resistant

fastener required

+ through penetration of

base steel not permitted

X-BT 44

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PetrochemicaI &

IndustriaI

Conditions DX Fastener

AppIication Base materiaI Other Fastener Page

Steel, t

II

= 8 mm Corrosion resistant

fastener required

+ through penetration of

base steel not permitted

X-BT 44

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Interior Finishing Conditions DX Fastener

AppIication Base materiaI Other

Fastener Page

DX Fastening Tools X-DW

X-DNI

X-ZF

76

64

68

Concrete, masonry,

steel

GX Fastening Tool X-GN 79

Old/high-strength

concrete

DX Fastening Tools X-AL-H 61

Steel DX Fastening Tools

GX Fastening Tool

X-EDNI

X-EGN14

37

79

high strength steel DX Fastening Tools X-DAK16 76

Ìnterior partition walls

(Drywall)

curtain wall construction

Pre-cast concrete

Hollow-core slabs

GX Fastening Tool X-DAK16

X-GHP

76

79

Concrete, masonry

X-DNI

X-ZF

64

68

X-AL-H

61

Old/high-strength

concrete DX-Kwik: minimise surface

disruptions, single point

design

DNH, X-DKH

91

Steel

X-EDNI 37

wall insulation, covering

window frames, doors

+ Aluminium

and stainless steel

Corrosion resistant

fastener required

X-CR 72

Concrete

X-HS DNI

X-CC DNI

107

Old concrete,

High-strength

concrete

DX-Kwik:

single point design

X-HS AL-H

X-CC AL-H

X-HS DKH48

X-CC DKH48/DNH37

107

107

Steel

External threading

required

X-HS EDNI

X-EM/EW

107

47

Stainless Steel X-BT / X-CRM

44/94

threaded/ adjustable rods

threaded couplings

wires

straps

Concrete

DX-Kwik

X-M/W/F

X-M6H/M8H

87

91

Concrete and steel

X-DNI

X-ZF

DS, DSH

64

68

82

Old/high-strength

concrete

X-AL-H 61

Aluminum and

stainless steel

Corrosion resistant

fastener required

X-CR

72

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BuiIding

Construction

Conditions DX Fastener

AppIication Base materiaI Other Fastener

Page

X-IE

98

composite thermal

insulation

curtain walls

expansion joints

Walls (concrete,

masonry, steel)

ETA approved ETÌCS

Application

XI-FV, SX-FV 98

drainage plates

thin insulation

nets, fabric, paper

plastic corrugated plate

Concrete, masonry X-SW

X-SW MX

101

Concrete Easy break-off fastener

required

SL 85

kickers

ledgers

closure boards

Concrete and Steel Standard nails, break-off

capability not needed

X-DNI

X-ZF

64

68

Concrete, masonry Portion of fastener

remaining at the surface

must be:

non-rusting

hard to see

non-conductive

X-FS

X-FS MX

103

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BuiIding

Construction

Conditions DX Fastener

AppIication Base materiaI Other Fastener

Page

Concrete, masonry Portion of fastener

remaining at the surface

must be:

non-rusting

hard to see

non-conductive

X-GC 105

Concrete,

masonry, steel

X-DNI

X-ZF

DS

64

68

82

Old/ high strength

concrete

X-AL-H 61

Concrete,

masonry, steel,

aluminium and

stainless steel

Corrosion resistant

fastener required

X-CR 72

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MechanicaI &

EIectricaI

Conditions DX Fastener

AppIication Base materiaI Other

Fastener Page

Concrete X-HS DNI 107

X-HS AL-H 107

Old/ high strength

concrete DX-Kwik: Minimum

surface disruption,

single point design

X-HS DKH48 107

Pipe hangers

Cable trays

Ventilation ducts

Steel X-HS EDNI 107

Concrete

Removable fastening

required

X-M/W/F 87

Old/ high strength

concrete

DX-Kwik: Minimum

surface disruption,

single point design

X-M6H, M8H 91

X-EM/EW 47

Steel

Corrosion resistant

fastener required

X-BT

X-CRM

44

94

Concrete, Steel X-HS MX, X-CC MX 110

Concrete, masonry X-DNI 64

Steel

X-EDNI 37

Concrete,

masonry, steel,

aluminium and

stainless steel

Corrosion resistant

fastener required

X-CR 72

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MechanicaI &

EIectricaI

Conditions DX Fastener

AppIication Base materiaI Other

Fastener Page

Concrete No damage to plastic

Minimum placing

failures

Minimum concrete

disruption

X-ET 120

Clamping of cables

required

X-EKB 112

Concrete, masonry

Clamping of cables not

required, large number of

cables must be held

X-ECH 112

Metal conduit clip require X-FB 115

Plastic conduit clip

required

X-EFC 115

Concrete, masonry

Collated nails X-BX, X-EMTC, X-EFC 115

Concrete, Steel Collated nails

X-ECT MX, X-EKS MX, X-

EMTSC

118

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Fastener Index

Fastener

Page

DS Nails 82

DX-Kwik ÷ DNH Nails 91

DX-Kwik - X-DKH Nails 91

DX-Kwik - X-M6H / M8H Threaded Studs 91

EDNK Nails 41

EDS Nails 37

ENP2K-20 L15 Nails 22

ESD Nails 76

ESDMK Nails 41

NPH2 42 L15 Nails 26

SDK2 Sealing Cap 25

SL Nails 85

X-AL-H Nails 61

X-BT Threaded Studs 44

X-BX Conduit Fastener 115

X-CC Loop Hanger 107

X-CC MX Loop Hanger 110

X-CR Nails 72

X-CRM Threaded Studs 94

X-DAK Nails 76

X-DNÌ Nails 64

X-DW Nails 76

X-ECT MX Cable Tie 118

X-EDN 19 THQ12 34

X-EDNÌ Nails 37

X-EDNK 22 THQ12 34

X-EFC Conduit Fastener 115

X-EGN Nails 79

X-EHC Cable Fastener 112

X-EKB Cable Fastener 112

X-EKS MX Conduit Clip 118

X-EM Threaded Studs 47

X-EMTC Conduit Fastener 115

X-EMTSC Conduit Clip 118

X-ENP-19 L15 Nail 18

X-ET Cable Tray Fastener 120

X-FB Conduit Fastener 115

X-FCM Grating System 51

X-FCP Checker Plate System 57

X-FS Form Stop 103

X-GC Gunite Clip 105

X-GHP Nails 79

X-GN Nails 79

X-HS Hanger 107

X-HS MX Hanger 110

X-HVB Connectors 29

X-ÌE Ìnsulation Fastener 98

X-M/M Threaded Studs 87

X-SW Soft Washer 101

X-ZF Nails 68

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X-ENP Siding and Decking NaiI

X-ENP-19 L15 Material specification

Carbon steel shank: HRC 58 ± 1

Zinc coating: 8 ÷ 16 m

Approvals

ETA-04/0101 (Europe),

UL R13203, FM 3021719 (USA),

MLÌT (Japan)

Fastening tools

Single nail:

DX 76 F15 130, DX 750 132

Collated nails:

DX 76 MX 130, DX 750 MX 132

DX 860-ENP 133

X-ENP-19 L15

X-ENP-19 L15 MX

X-ENP-19 L15 MXR

AppIications

Roof decking Floor decking Wall liners

The intended use only comprises fastenings which are not directly exposed to external weather conditions or moist atmospheres.

For out-door applications that can be ensured by using SDK2 sealing caps, see page 25 of this manual.

Characteristic & recommended Loads

SteeI Sheeting

trapezoidal profile

(symmetric loading)

liner trays

1)

(asymmetric loading)

sheeting

thickness

tI mm

char. resistance

according to

ETA-04/0101

recommended

loads

char. resistance

keeping to

ETA-04/0101

recommended

loads

shear tension shear tension shear tension shear tension

nominal VRk kN NRk kN Vrec kN N

rec

kN VRk kN NRk kN Vrec kN N

rec

kN

0.63 4.00 4.10 2.10 2.20 2.80 2.90 1.50 1.55

0.75 4.70 6.30 2.50 3.35 3.30 4.40 1.75 2.35

0.88 5.40 7.20 2.90 3.85 3.80 5.00 2.00 2,70

1.00 6.00 8.00 3.20 4.25 4.20 5.60 2.25 3.00

1.13 7.00 8.40 3.75 4.50 4.90 5.90 2.65 3.15

1.25 8.00 8.80 4.25 4.70 5.60 6.20 3.00 3.30

1.50 8.60 8.80 4.60 4.70 6.00 6.20 3.20 3.30

1.75 8.60 8.80 4.60 4.70 6.00 6.20 3.20 3.30

2.00 8.60 8.80 4.60 4.70 6.00 6.20 3.20 3.30

2.50 8.60 8.80 4.60 4.70 6.00 6.20 3.20 3.30

NRk and VRk are valid for steel sheet with minimum tensile strength 360 N/mm

2

( S280 EN 10326).

For intermediate sheet thicknesses, use recommended load for next smaller thickness or linear interpolation.

Recommended loads N

rec

and V

rec

are appropriate for Eurocode 1 wind loading design with a partial safety factor

F

=1.5 for wind load and a

partial resistance factor M = 1.25 for the fastening.

1) Required load reduction is taken into account in accordance with Eurocode 3-1-3, section 8.4 (9) and fig. 8.2. See also construction rules

under spacings and edge distances.

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AIuminum Sheeting

1)

with f

u

210 N/mm

2

trapezoidal profile (symmetric loading)

thickness shear tension

tI [mm] Vrec kN Nrec kN

0.60 0.75 0.35

0.70 0.90 0.50

0.80 1.00 0.65

0.90 1.20 0.80

1.00 1.30 0.95

1.20 1.55 1.30

1.50 1.85 1.45

2.00 2.55 1.90

1) Constraint forces and corrosion aspects have to be considered.

For intermediate sheet thicknesses, use recommended load for next

smaller thickness.

Recommended loads N

rec

and V

rec

are appropriate for Eurocode 1

wind loading design with a partial safety factor of

F

=1.5 for wind load

and a partial resistance factor M = 1.25 for the fastening.

Other appIications

N

rec

[kN] V

rec

[kN] M

rec

[Nm]

2.4 4.0 8.8

Fastened Parts: Clips, brackets, etc.; thick steel parts.

Redundancy (multiple fastening) must be provided.

The possibility of prying effects has to be considered

Failure of the fastened part is not considered in these values of Nrec,

Vrec, Mrec.

Valid for predominantly static loading

Design

Depending on the verification concept, the corresponding design criteria are given as following.

Working load concept Partial safety concept

TensiIe Ioads

N

Sk

N

rec

Shear Ioads

V

Sk

V

rec

N

Sd

N

Rd

V

Sd

V

Rd

N-V Interaction

For combined tensile and shear forces on the fastener, a linear function has to be used.

1

rec

Sk

rec

Sk

N

N

V

V

1

Rd

Sd

Rd

Sd

N

N

V

V

with:

V

Sk

, N

Sk

- unfactored characteristic load acting

on the fastening (= working load)

V

rec

, N

rec

recommended (allowable) load with

GLOB

= 1.875

with:

V

Sd

, N

Sd

- Design load with

F

= 1.5

V

Rd

, N

Rd

- Design resistance of the fastening

with

M

= 1.25

V

Rd

= V

Rk

/ 1.25

N

Rd

=

cycl

N

Rk

/ 1.25

cycl

= 1.0 according to ETA-04/0101

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AppIication Limits - Base MateriaI

AppIication Limits Cartridge seIection and tooI energy setting

SteeI thickness t

II

Fine adjustment by installation tests on site.

Note for S275:

Start with recommendation for S355. Ìn case of too much energy:

Reduction of tool energy setting or change of cartridge color till

correct nail head stand-offs hNVS are achieved

Fastening Inspections

h

NVS

= 8.2 - 9.8 mm for t

I,tot

4 mm

h

ET

= 10 - 15 mm

Sheet Thicknesses and OverIap Types

(a)

single

(b)

side lap

(c)

end overlap

(d)

side lap and end overlap

nominal sheeting thickness tI mm

allowable overlap types

0.63 - 1.00 a, b, c, d

> 1.00 - 1.25 a, c

> 1.25 - 2.50 a

With the above recommended sheet thickness and overlap types, it is not necessary to take into account the effect

of constraints due to temperature for steel grades up to S320 (EN 10326). For steel grade S350 (EN 10326) it shall

be considered for design. Sheets of grade S350 on base material t

ÌÌ

8 mm have been verified by Hilti, forces of

constraint can be neglected.

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Spacing and Edge Distance

SteeI thickness - Edge distance

TrapezoidaI profiIes

Center fastenings in

ribs

Clearance to end of sheet Double fastenings (asymmetric)

Note: Reduced recommended load per fastening.

Reduction depends on actual spacing and

conditions. Ìnquire at Hilti.

Liner trays

Clearance to side of

sheet

Clearance to side of

sheet

Clearance to end of sheet Fastener spacing along

sheet

c 75 mm if possible

1) Ìf not possible, then as close as possible with fastening

90° to surface plus a second fastener at the other side of

the tray (as shown in graphs above).

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ENP2K Siding and Decking NaiI

ENP2K-20 L15 Material specification

Carbon steel shank:

HRC 55.5 ± 1

Zinc coating:

5 ÷ 13 m

Fastening tools

Single nail:

DX 76 F15 130 ENP2K-20 L15

Collated nails:

DX 76 MX 130 ENP2K-20 L15 MX

Approvals

CSTB (France),

BUtgb (Belgium)

Note: Technical data presented in these approvals and design

guidelines reflect specific local conditions and may differ from

those published in this handbook.

AppIications

Roof and floor decking Roof and floor decking Wall liners

Recommended Loads

ENP2K-20 L15

sheeting thickness

t

I

mm

trapezoidal profile

(symmetric)

liner trays

(asymmetric)

nominal minimum Nrec kN Vrec kN Nrec kN Vrec kN

0.63 ----- 1.20 1.40 ----- -----

0.75 0.65 1.80 1.70 1.25 1.20

0.88 0.77 2.10 2.00 1.50 1.40

1.00 0.89 2.70 2.20 1.90 1.55

1.13 1.02 3.00 2.60 2.10 1.80

1.25 1.13 3.00 3.00 2.10 2.10

1.50 1.36 3.00 3.00 2.10 2.10

1.75 1.60 3.00 3.00 2.10 2.10

2.00 1.84 3.00 3.00 2.10 2.10

Recommended working loads valid for steel sheet minimum tensile strength 360 N/mm

2

.

For intermediate sheet thicknesses, use recommended load for next smaller thickness.

Recommended loads include safety factor 2.0 applied to characteristic loads N

Rk

& V

Rk

and are appropriate for EC 1 (or similar) wind

loading designs.

For steel thickness, tII = 3 - 4 mm, reduce all recommended loads to 0.9 kN.

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AppIication Limits - Base MateriaI

AppIication Limits Cartridge seIection and tooI energy setting

(DX 76)

Steel thickness: t

II

= 4.0 ÷ 8.0 mm for general shapes

t

II

= 2.7 ÷ 3.3 mm for concrete inlays

Fastening Inspections

Decking and wall liners

h

NVS

= 7 ÷ 11 mm

h

NVS

= 8.2 ÷ 9.8 mm when used in combination with SDK2 sealing cap (see page 25)

Sheet Thicknesses and OverIap Types

(a)

single

(b)

side lap

(c)

end overlap

(d)

side lap and end overlap

nominal sheeting thickness overlap types

t

I

mm

tII = 3 ÷ 4 mm t

II

4 mm

0.63 - 0.75 a, b, c, d a, b, c, d

> 0.75 - 1.00 a, c a, b, c, d

The recommendations apply if the supporting structure is flexible enough so that forces of constraint from temperature differentials can be

neglected.

These recommendations are valid for sheets up to S350GD.

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Spacing and Edge Distance

Edge distance

Rolled Ì or wide flange shapes Angels

* For t

II

= 3 to 4 mm, restrictions on application. See approval or inquire at Hilti.

** Maximum recommended b

x

8 x t

II

however, jobsite verification advisable.

Trapezoidal profiles

Center fastenings in

Ribs

Clearance to end of sheet Double fastenings Double fastenings

Note: Reduced recommended load per fastening.

Reduction depends on actual spacing and

conditions. Ìnquire at Hilti

Liner Trays

Clearance to side of

sheet

Clearance to side of

sheet

Clearance to end of sheet Fastener spacing along

sheet

c 75 mm if possible

1) Ìf not possible, then as close as possible with fastening

90° to surface plus a second fastener at the other side of

the tray (as shown in graphs above).

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SDK2 SeaIing Caps for CIadding Fastening

SDK2 sealing cap Compatible DX Fasteners

SW/SDK2 setting tool

t

II

6 mm

X-ENP-19 L15

t

II

4 - 8 mm

ENP2K-20 L15

AppIication

Stainless steel cap not affected by

atmospheric corrosion

Space under the cap isolated from the

atmosphere

Neoprene washer insulates against contact

corrosion and seals the space under the cap

off from the atmosphere

Pressure of the washer seals the gap

between the sheet and the base steel

Roof and wall cladding on single skin buildings Corrosion protection

Fastening Inspections

X-ENP-19 L15 ENP2K-20 L15

h

NVS

= 8.2 - 9.8 mm

AppIication GuideIines

Position the DX tool so that nail inclination is limited to

max. 10 from perpendicular to surface

Centre fastening in valley

38 mm min. valley width

Minimum roof slope 6°

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NPH Siding and Decking NaiIs to Concrete

NPH2-42 L15 Material specification

Carbon steel shank: HRC 58 ± 1

Zinc coating: 8 ÷ 16 m

Fastening tools

DX 76 F15 130,

DX 750 132

Cartridges: 6.8/18M blue

Approvals

SOCOTEC (France), BUtgb (Belgium), City of Vienna

Note: Technical data presented in these approvals and design guidelines reflect

specific local conditions and may differ from those published in this handbook.

AppIications

Roof decking Wall liners

Recommended Loads

sheeting thickness

tI [mm]

trapezoidal profiles

(symmetric)

liner trays

(asymmetric)

nominal minimum Nrec [kN] Vrec [kN] Nrec [kN] Vrec [kN]

0.75 0.65 1.80 1.20 1.30 1.20

0.88 0.77 2.10 1.50 1.50 1.50

1.00 0.89 2.40 1.80 1.70 1.80

1.13 1.02 2.70 2.20 1.90 2.20

1.25 1.13 3.00 2.50 2.10 2.50

1.50 1.36 3.00 3.00 2.50 3.00

1.75 1.60 3.00 3.00 2.50 3.00

2.00 1.84 3.00 3.00 2.50 3.00

Recommended working loads valid for steel sheet with minimum tensile strength 360 N/mm

2

.

For intermediate sheet thicknesses, use recommended load for next smaller thickness.

Recommended loads are appropriate for EC 1 (or similar) wind loading designs.

The safety factor included is at least 2.0 applied to the static 5 % fractile value and 1.3 to the cyclic (5000 cycles) 5 % fractile

value.

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AppIication Limits - Base MateriaI

Types of concrete Precast and cast-in-place pre-stressed concrete

Precast and cast-in-place reinforced concrete

Concrete design strength Minimum C20/25 (f

cc

= 20 N/mm

2

, f

c

= 25 N/mm

2

)

Maximum C45/55 (f

cc

= 45 N/mm

2

, f

c

= 55 N/mm

2

The NPH/DX-Kwik system has been successfully used in concrete

having an in-place cube strength of 70 N/mm

2

Minimum strength/age at time

of fastening

C20/25 concrete must be 28 days old

C45/55 concrete must be 15 days old

Minimum dimensions of

concrete member

Minimum width = 180 mm

Minimum thickness = 160 mm

Fastening Inspections

1. Ìnsure that pre-drilling is done with recommended bit (TX-C-5/23)

2. Check for conformance to recommended detailing (spacing and edge

distances for fastening)

NPH2-42 L15

3. Check the nailhead standoff of completed fastenings

InstaIIation DetaiIs

Pre-drill with TX-C-5/23 drill bit Place fastener with

DX 76 / DX 750

Fastening completed

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Sheet Thicknesses and OverIap Types

(a)

single

(b)

side lap

(c)

end overlap

(d)

side lap and end overlap

nominal sheeting thickness tI mm

allowable overlap types

0.63 - 1.13 a, b, c, d

> 1.13 - 2.50 a

With the above recommended sheet thickness and overlap types, the effects of temperature induced forces of constraint during construction

can be neglected.

These recommendations are valid sheets up to S350GD.

With other sheets or overlaps or when unusually large forces of constraint are expected, analyze the structural system to insure that the

shear force acting on the nail does not exceed V

rec

.

Spacing and Edge Distances

Trapezoidal profiles to girders or purlins

Liner trays to columns

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X-HVB Shear Connectors

X-HVB 140 X-HVB 125

X-HVB 110 X-HVB 95

X-HVB 80 X-HVB 50

X-ENP-21 HVB

*) Former designation of the Nail was ENPH2-21L15

Material specification

X-HVB

Carbon steel: R

m

= 295 ÷ 350 N/mm

2

Zinc coating: 3 m

X-ENP-21 HVB

Carbon steel shank: HRC58 ± 1

Zinc coating: 8-16 m

Fastening tools & Equipment 130 & 132

Tool DX 76 DX 750

Fastener Guide X-76-F-HVB 75/HVB

Piston X-76-P-HVB 75/HVB

Cartridges 6.8/18M black, red (details see

Application Limit X-ENP-21 HVB)

Approvals and Design Guidelines

SOCOTEC (France), City of Vienna (Austria),

ÖNORM (Austria), DÌBt (Germany),

SCÌ (UK), TZÚS (Czech)

Note: Technical data presented in these approvals and design guidelines

reflect specific local conditions and may differ from those published in this

handbook. Ìf the fastening is subject to an approval process or where a

design guideline must be used, technical data in the approval or design

guideline has precedence over data presented here. Approval copies are

available from your Hilti technical advisory service.

AppIications

Shear connecters for:

composite beam action

end anchorage of composite decking

floor diaphragm

resist lateral buckling

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X-HVB SeIection

Maximum decking height h

ap

mm

bO / hap 1.8 bO / hap 1.8

X-HVB 50 Not for use with profiled Decking

X-HVB 80 45 45

X-HVB 95 60 57

X-HVB 110 75 66

X-HVB 125 80 75

X-HVB 140 80 80

Shear Resistance

SoIid SIabs

Characteristic shear

resistance

Design shear

resistance

Allowable horizontal

shear

Allowable resistance

(working load)

PRk kN 1) PRd kN 2) q kN 3) RD kN 4)

X-HVB 50

23 18 N.A 13

X-HVB 80

28 23 14 16

X-HVB 95

X-HVB 110

X-HVB 125

X-HVB 140

35 28 17.5 22

1) As defined in ENV 1994-1-1 (Nominal strength in AÌSC-LRFD; unfactored shear resistance in CÌSC, Qk in BS 5950:3:3.1:1990)

2) As defined in ENV 1994-1-1 (Qp in BS 5950:3:3.1:1990)

3) Allowable shear in AÌSC-ASD

4) Allowable shear for working load design (unfactored loads) per ENV 1994-1-1, SÌA 161, and most other European codes

Reduction Factors for ProfiIe MetaI Decks

Ribs transverse to beams

ïƒ’ï‚±ï‚¬ï‚»ïƒ¦ k

t

1.0 !!!

ap

ap sc

ap

r

t

h

h h

h

b

N

K

k

0

ENV 1994-1-1 designs:

K = 0.70

N

f

= HVB's / rib ( 2 in the calculation even if 3 are placed in a rib)

AISC, CISC, BS 5950, other design codes:

K = 0.85

N

f

= HVB's / rib (1, 2 or 3

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Ribs parallel to beam

ïƒ’ï‚±ï‚¬ï‚»ïƒ¦ k

p

1.0 ïƒ¿ïƒ¿ïƒ¿

Engineering Advice

Connector pIacement aIong the beam

The HVB is a flexible connector and may be uniformly distributed between points where large changes in shear flow

occur. These points are e.g. supporting points, points of application of point loads, areas with extreme values of

bending moments.

PartiaI shear Connection

Strength:

The minimum connection depends on the design code used:

a) Ìn ENV 1994-1-1 & BS 5950 designs, N/N

f

, must be at least 0.4. This is increased depending on span

length and decking geometry.

b) Ìn AISC, N/N

f

must be at least 0.25.

c) Ìn CISC, N/N

f

must be at least 0.50.

Deflection control only:

Ìf the shear connection is needed for deflection control only, no minimum degree of connection, however, minimum

allowable connector spacing applies and steel beam must have enough strength to carry the self-weight and all

imposed loads.

Connector Positioning

GeneraI Positioning

or or

Position the HVB's so that the shear force is transferred symmetrically to the beam. The HVB orientation parallel to

the axis of the beam is preferred.

Positioning on metaI decks - ribs transverse to beam

1) One, two or three HVB's per rib; or ïƒ—ïƒ— to beam

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2a) Position in the rib : 1 HVB per rib ÷ leg centered in the rib or 40 mm clearance

2b) With 2 or 3 HVB's per rib ÷ Legs centered in the rib or alternated about the center

3) Spacing along the ribs

basic minimum spacing, a 50 mm

a 100 mm for: b

o

/m< 0.7 and b

o

/h

ap

< 1.8

SDÌ 3¨ composite decking

(USA)

m= rib spacing

Positioning on metaI decks - ribs paraIIeI to beam and soIid sIabs

With 1 connector per row, alternate direction of connectors from row to row.

With 2 or 3 connecters per row, alternate direction of connectors inside of each row and from row to raw.

Clearance to metal decking

Split decking if necessary for spacing / clearance

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AppIication Limit X-ENP-21 HVB

Application limits are valid only if correct cartridge and power setting are used !!

AppIication Limits Cartridge pre selection and power

setting

SteeI thickness

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

350 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 750

SteeI strength R

m

[N/mm²]

S 235 Jxx

S 275 Jxx

S 355 Jxx

>

AppIicabIe

range of

base materiaIs

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

SteeI grade

BIack 4

from

10 mm

Red 4

BIack 2

>

S 235 S 355

BIack 3

BIack 4

from

10 mm

in thermo-mechanically rolled

construction steel, e.g. S 355M per

EN 10025-4 the application limit is

reduced by 50 N/mm

2

Fine adjustment by setting tests on

site

Fastening Inspections

X-ENP-21 HVB h

NVS

= 8.2 ÷ 9.8 mm

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X-EDNK22 THQ12, X-EDN19 THQ12 Diaphragm Decking NaiIs

X-EDNK 22 THQ12 M

X-EDN 19 THQ12 M

Material specification

Carbon steel shank: HRC 55.5 ± 1

Zinc coating: 5 ÷ 13 m

Fastening tools

Collated Nails:

DX 860-HSN 133

DX 460 MX SM 126

R4-X12 135

Approvals

FM, UL, ÌCC, SDÌ (USA)

Note: Technical data presented in these approvals and design guidelines reflect

specific local conditions and may differ from those published in this handbook.

AppIications

Roof decking (diaphragm design) Floor decking (diaphragm design)

Recommended Loads

trapezoidal profile

tI mm N

rec

[kN V

rec

[kN]

0.63 1.10 1.50

0.75 1.20 1.70

0.88 1.50 2.00

1.00 2.00 2.20

1.25 2.50 2.50

1.50 2.50 2.50

Recommended loads valid for steel sheet with minimum tensile strength

360N/mm

2

.

For intermediate sheet thicknesses, use recommended load for next smaller

thickness.

Recommended loads include safety factor 3.0 applied to characteristic (NRk & VRk)

and are appropriate for DÌN 1055 part 4 (or similar) wind loading designs.

For base steel thickness, tII = 3 - 4 mm, reduce all recommended loads to 0.9 kN.

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AppIication Limits

recommended flange thickness (DX 860-HSN)

S235 S355

X-EDNK22 3 ÷ 6 mm 3 ÷ 6 mm

X-EDN19 5 ÷ 10 mm 5 ÷ 8 mm

For t

II

= 3 to 4 mm, restrictions on application.

See approval or inquire at Hilti.

Fastening Inspection

X-EDNK22 THQ12 X-EDN19 THQ12

Sheet Thicknesses and OverIap Types

(a)

single

(b)

side lap

(c)

end overlap

(d)

side lap and end overlap

overlap types

fastener

nominal sheeting thickness

t

I

mm tII = 3 - 4 mm t

II

4 mm

0.63 ÷ 0.75 a, b, c, d a, b, c, d

X-EDNK22

0.75 ÷ 1.00 a, c a, b, c, d

0.63 ÷ 0.75 ------- a, b, c, d

X-EDN19

0.75 ÷ 1.00 ------- a, c

The recommendations apply if the supporting structure is flexible enough so that forces of constraint from temperature differentials can

be neglected.

These recommendations are valid for sheets up to S350GD.

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AppIication Restrictions and DetaiIing

Edge distances

Rolled Ì or wide flange shape Angles

* For tII = 3 - 4 mm, restrictions on application. See approval or inquire at Hilti.

** Maximum recommended bx 8 x tII however, jobsite verification advisable

Trapezoidal profiles

Center fastenings in ribs Clearance to end of sheet Double fastenings Double fastenings

Note: Reduced recommended load per fastening. Reduction

depends on actual spacing and conditions. Ìnquire at Hilti.

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X-EDNI, EDS GeneraI Purpose NaiIs for SteeI

X-EDNI__P8

X-EDNI__S12

EDS__P10

Material specification

Carbon steel shank:

X-EDNI 12 - 22 HRC 55.5 ±1

EDS 19/22 HRC 55.0 ±1

EDS 27 HRC 53.5 ±1

X-EDNIH 16 HRC 58.0 ±1

Zinc coating: 5 ÷ 13 m

Approvals

ÌCC (USA): X-EDNI and EDS

ABS & LR: all types

Note: Technical data presented in these approvals and design

guidelines reflect specific local conditions and may differ from

those published in this handbook.

Fastening tools

See fastener selection

AppIication

Metal brackets, clips, etc. Drywall track Fixture for mechanical trades

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Fastener SeIection

Base material Fixed material thickness t

I

mm Fastener Ls hET DX tools

Thickness 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 13 mm mm

X-EDNÌ 12 P8 12

X-EDNÌ 16 P8 16

X-EDNÌ 19 P8 19

X-EDNÌ 22 P8 22

DX 460 126

X-EDNÌ 16 MX 16

X-EDNÌ 19 MX 19

X-EDNÌ 22 MX 22

DX 460 MX

126

X-EDNÌ 16 S12 16

X-EDNÌ 19 S12 19

tII,min 4 mm

X-EDNÌ 22 S12 22

DX 460 126

tII,min 6 mm X-EDNÌ H16 S12 16

10-14

DX 462

EDS 19 P10 19

EDS 22 P10 22 tII,min 6 mm

EDS 27 P10 27

12-17

DX 76 130

DX 750I 132

recommended thickness

MX: collated nails for magazine

L

s

= h

ET

+ t

I

or L

s

= h

ET

+ t

I

+ 1 for X-EDNÌ__S12

Fastening Inspection

X-EDNÌ __ P8/MX EDS __ P10 X-EDNÌ __ S12

h

ET

= L - t

I

- h

NVS

h

ET

= L - t

I

- h

NVS

h

NVS

= 3.5 ÷ 4.5 mm h

NVS

= 3.0 ÷ 4.0 mm h

NVS

= 4.0 ÷ 5.5 mm

Recommended Loads

SteeI sheet fastening

X-EDNI _ P8/MX X-EDNI _ S12 EDS _ P10

t

I

mm Nrec [kN] Vrec [kN] Nrec [kN] Vrec [kN] Nrec [kN] Vrec [kN]

0.75 1.0 1.2 1.4 1.2 1.1 1.5

1.00 1.2 1.8 1.8 1.8 1.3 2.3

1.25 1.5 2.6 2.2 2.6 1.7 3.2

2.00 2.2 2.6 2.2 2.6 2.4 4.0

Recommended working loads valid for steel sheet with minimum tensile strength 360 N/mm

2

.

For intermediate sheet thicknesses, use recommended load for next smaller thickness.

Nrec and Vrec include an overall safety factor of 3.0 applied to the characteristic strength.

Static test: Nrec = NRk / 3.0 Vrec = VRk / 3.0

For X-EDNÌ H16 S12: tIImin = 8 mm for tI 1.5 mm and tIImin = 6 mm for tI 1.25 mm

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Other appIications

X-EDNÌ __ P8/MX, X-EDNÌ __ S12 EDS __ P10

Nrec [kN] Vrec [kN] Mrec [Nm] Nrec [kN] Vrec [kN] Mrec [Nm]

1.6 2.6 4.9 2.4 4.0 8.8

Fastened Parts: Clips, brackets, etc.; thick steel parts.

Redundancy (multiple fastening) must be provided.

Failure of the fastened part is not considered in these values of Nrec, Vrec, Mrec.

Valid for predominantly static loading

Forces of constraint

When fastening large pieces of steel , the possibility of shear loadings from forces of constraint should be

considered. Avoid exceeding V

rec

for the fastener shank!

Deflection due to primary loading Temperature effect

AppIication Limits - Base MateriaI

X-EDNI & DX 460

X-EDNIH & DX 462

EDS & DX 76, DX 750 Ì

Limit lines valid for steel, t

I

3 mm

For steel t

I

3 mm and without pre-drilling,

either make trial fastenings or adjust t

II

to

t

II

+ t

I

before using the chart.

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Fastening DetaiIs

t

I

3 mm

Steel fastened material 3 mm

thick, usually deforms with the

displaced base material to allow

a tight fit between fastened steel

and base material without pre-

drilling.

Because conditions may vary,

trial fastenings are recommended

t

I

3 mm

Without pre-drilling:

Steel fastened material 3 mm

thick is too stiff too fully deform

with the displaced base material.

The gap, which increases with

increasing t

I

, can result in

bending moments being applied

to the nail shank.

To prevent imposition of a moment on the

shank of fastener, use three fasteners in a

group.

With pre-drilling:

Ìf a gap between the fastened

part and the base material is

unacceptable, the fastened part

can be prepared with drilled

holes.

Spacing and Edge Distances

Rolled shapes Cold formed shapes Fastened material

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EDNK, ESDMK GeneraI Purpose NaiIs for Thin SteeI

EDNK 20 P8 TH

ESDMK __ MA

Material specification

Carbon steel shank: HRC 55.5 1

Zinc coating: 5 ÷ 13 m

Steel washers/top hat: Mild carbon steel

Coating: 10 ÷ 20 m

Plastic washers: Polyethylene

Approvals

EDNK 20 P8 TH: BUtgb (Belgium)

Note: Technical data presented in these approvals and design guidelines

reflect specific local conditions and may differ from those published in

this handbook.

Fastening tools

See fastener selection

AppIication

Metal brackets, clips, etc

.

Siding and decking

Refitting and repair of concrete forms, plywood, chipboard, lumber to thin steel

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Fastener SeIection

Base material

Fixed material thickness t

I

mm

Fastener L hET

DX tools

thickness tII 4 13 19 24 29 34 39 44 mm mm

tII 3 mm EDNK 20 P8 TH 22.8 DX460 126

ESDMK 27 MA 28.4

ESDMK 32 MA 33.4

ESDMK 37 MA 38.4

ESDMK 47 MA 48.4

tII = 3 ÷ 6 mm

ESDMK 52 MA 53.4

12-18 DX 460 126

R4DW-X 135

recommended thickness

Fastening Inspection

EDNK20-P8TH

h

ET

= L - t

I

- h

NVS

h

NVS

= 5 ÷ 9 mm

ESDMK __ MA

h

ET

= L - t

I

+ h

CS

h

CS

3 mm

Recommended Loads

SteeI Sheet Fastening

EDNK 20 P8 TH

tI mm N

rec

[kN] V

rec

[kN]

0.63 1.30 1.30

0.75 1.40 1.40

0.88 1.50 1.50

1.00 1.60 1.60

1.25 1.80 1.80

2.00 2.00 2.00

Recommended working loads valid for steel sheet with minimum tensile strength 360

N/mm

2

.

For intermediate sheet thicknesses, use recommended load for next smaller thickness.

These recommended loads include an overall safety factor of 3.0 applied to the

characteristic strength

Static test: Nrec = NRk / 3.0 Vrec = VRk / 3.0

For base steel thickness, tII = 3 - 4 mm, reduce all recommended loads to 0.9 kN

These recommended loads are appropriate for EC 1 (or similar) wind loading designs.

Wood Fastenings

ESDMK __ MA

Nrec [kN] Vrec [kN]

0.4 0.4

Conditions:

Predominately static loading

Valid for plywood (tI 10 mm) and for lumber (tÌ 24 mm)

Other appIications

EDNK 20 P8 TH

Nrec [kN] Vrec [kN] Mrec [Nm]

1.6 2.0 4.9

ESDMK __ MA

1.0 1.0 2.4

Fastened Parts: Clips, brackets, etc.; thick steel parts.

Redundancy (multiple fastening) must be provided.

The possibility of prying effects has to be considered

Failure of the fastened part is not considered in these values of Nrec, Vrec, Mrec.

Valid for predominantly static loading

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Forces of constraint

When fastening large pieces of steel, the possibility of shear loadings from forces of constraint should be

considered. Avoid exceeding V

rec

for the fastener shank!

Deflection due to primary loading Temperature effect

AppIication Limits - Base MateriaI

Limit lines valid for steel, t

I

3 mm

Spacing and Edge Distances

Edge distances - base materiaI Edge distances/Spacing for ESDMK

Rolled Ì or wide flange

shapes

Angles

* For tII = 3 ÷ 4 mm, restrictions on application. See approval or inquire at Hilti

** Maximum allowable bx 8 x tII, however, jobsite trails advisable.

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X-BT StainIess SteeI Threaded Studs

X-BTW10-24-6SN12-R

X-BTM10-24-6SN12-R

X-BT M8-15-6 SN12-R Material specification

X-BT W10-24-6-R

X-BT M10-24-6-R

X-BT M8-15-6-R

Two part stud

Shank: CR-500 (CrNiMo alloy)

Cr 23.5%; Ni 14.5%;

Mo 2%; Mn 3.5%

f

u

1850 N/mm

2

Threaded sleeve/ X2CrNiMo 17132 /

SN12-R washers: X5CrNiMo 17-12-2+2H

Cr 16.5%; Ni 10.0%;

Mo 2%; Mn 3.5%

f

u

750 N/mm

2

f

y

400 N/mm

2

Sealing washers: Elastomer, black

Resistant to UV, salt water,

water, ozone, oils

Fastening tool DX 351-BT/ BTG 128

Approvals

AppIications

Threaded stud applications especially when:

Through penetration of base steel is not allowed

High strength steel

Coated steel structures

Grating with X-FCM

base plates installation rails Junction box, etc. Grounding / Bonding

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Recommended Loads

Steel grade: Europe, USA S235 +, A36 + S355 +, Grade 50 +

Tension, N

rec

kN/lb 1.8 / 405 2.3 / 517

Shear, Vrec kN/lb 2.6 / 584 3.4 / 764

Moment, Mrec Nm/lb 8.2 / 6 8.2 / 6

Torque, Trec Nm/lb 8 / 5.9 8 / 5.9

Conditions for recommended Ioads:

Global factor of safety for static pullout > 3 (based on 5% fractile value)

Minimum edge distance = 6 mm 1/4¨

Effect of base metal vibration and stress considered.

Redundancy (multiple fastening) must be provided.

The recommended loads in the table refer to the resistance of the shank cross-section. The loads acting on the cross-section (N' and V')

are influenced by the characteristics and arrangement of the part or material fastened and may not be the same as the loads acting on the

fastened part or material (N and V). The existence and/or magnitude of moment acting on the fastener shank (M') is influenced by the

characteristics and arrangement of the fastened part or material.

CycIic Ioading:

Anchorage of X-BT-R threaded stud in steel base material is not affected by cyclic loading.

Fatigue strength is governed by fracture of the shank. Ìnquire at Hilti for test data if high cycle loading has to be considered in the design.

AppIication Limit

t

ÌÌ

8 mm 5/16¨ No through penetration

InstaIIation DetaiIs

X-BT with washer X-BT without washer

Fastened Material Hole 13 mm Fastened Material Hole 11 mm

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1. Mark location for

each fastening

2. Pre-drill with

TX-BT 4/7 step

shank drill bit

3. Drive X-BT-R studs 4. Hang unit on studs.

Put on washers and

hand tighten nuts

5. Tighten using a

screwgun with

torque clutch

Pre-drill until the

shoulder grinds a shiny

ring (to assure proper

drilling depth)

Tightening torque:

T

rec

8 Nm!

Before fastener

instaIIation:

The drilled hole must

be clear of liquids and

debris. The area

around the drilled hole

must be free from

liquids and debris.

Adjust power on

DX 351 BT so that the

fastener standoff hNVS,

is not greater than:

hNVS 26.8 mm

(X-BT M/W10....-R)

hNVS 16.8 mm

(X-BT M8.-R)

Sealing washer must

be properly

compressed!

Hilti Torque

screwgun: setting:

SF 121-A 11

SF 150-A 9

SF 180-A 8

Spacing and Edge Distances

Edge distance: 6 mm Spacing: 15 mm

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X-EM6/EW6, X-EF7, X-EM8, X-EM10/EW10, EW10 Threaded Studs for SteeI

X-EM6/EW6-__-__ FP8 X-EF7-7-12 FS8 X-EM8-__-12 P8

X-EM8-__-14 P8 EM8-15-14 FP10 X-EM10/EW10-__-14 P10

EW10-30-15 P10

Material specification

Carbon steel: HRC 55.5 1

HRC 58 1 (X-EW6H)

Zinc coating

1)

: 5 ÷ 13 m

2 ÷ 5 m (X-EM8-__-12 P8)

Approvals

ÌCC (USA): X-EW6, EW10

UL: EW10

ABS, LR: all types

Note: Technical data presented in these approvals and design guidelines

reflect specific local conditions and may differ from those published in this

handbook.

Fastening tools See fastener selection

1) Zinc coating (electroplating for corrosion protection during construction and service in protected environment)

AppIications

Base plates for pipe rings Hanging with threaded

couplers

Electrical boxes Miscellaneous

attachments

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Fastener SeIection

Program

Designation

1)

Standard

Lg [mm]

Standard shank lengths

Ls [mm]

L [mm] DX-tools

X-EM6-xx-12 FP8 8, 11, 20 11.5 Lg + 11.5

X-EM6-xx-9 FP8 11, 20 9 Lg + 9

X-EW6-xx-12 FP8 11, 20, 28, 38 11.5

X-EW6H-xx-12 FP8 11, 20, 30, 38 11.5

Lg + 11.5

X-EW6H-xx-9 FP8 11, 20 9 L

g

+ 9

DX 460 126

X-EF7-7-12 FS8 7 11.5 Lg + 11.5

X-EM8-xx-12 P8 11, 15 12.5 Lg + 16

DX 460 126

X-EM8-xx-14 P8 11, 15, 25 13.5 DX 460 126

EM8-15-14 FP10 15 13.5

Lg + 17

X-EM10-24-14 P10 24 14

X-EW10-27-14 P10 26.5 14

Lg + 17.5

DX 76 130

DX 460 126

EW10-30-15 P10 30 15 45 DX 600 N

1) Type of threading: M = metric; W6, W8, W10 = Whitworth 1/4¨; 5/16¨; 3/8¨; F7 = French 7 mm

Threading length:

L

g

t

I

+ t

washer

+ t

nut

Fastening Inspection

X-EM6/EW6, X-EF7 EM8, X-EM8, X-EW8, X-EM10, EW10

Penetration depth Tightening torque Penetration depth Tightening torque

hET

[mm]

hNVS Trec

[Nm]

X-EM6, X-EW6-__-9

8 ÷ 11 L - hET 4

X-EM6, X-EW6-__-12

10 - 14 L - hET 5

X.EF7-7-12

10 - 14 L - hET 6

hET

[mm]

hNVS Trec

[Nm]

X-EM8-__-12 P8

11 - 15 L - hET 10.5

X-EM8__14 P8, EM8,

X-EM/EW10-__-14

13 - 16 L - h

ET 10.5

EW10-30-15 14 - 17 L - hET 15

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Recommended Loads

Fastener designation Shank

ds x Ls [mm]

Nrec

[kN]

Vrec

[kN]

Mrec

[Nm]

X-EM6, X-EW6, X-EF7 3.7 x 9.0 1.0 1.0 3.0

X-EM6, X-EW6, X-EF7 3.7 x 11.5 1.6 1.6 4.9

X-EM8-__- 12 P8 4.0 x 12.0 2.0 2.0 6.2

X-EM8__- 14 P8, EM/EW10-__-14 4.5 x 13.5/14 2.4 2.4 8.8

EW10-30-15 5.2 x 15.0 3.0 3.0 13.6

Arrangements to prevent moment on shank:

Coupler tight against steel

Non-symmetric arrangement

Moment on fastened part

Prying effect must be considered

in determining loads acting on

fastener

Conditions

Predominantly static loading.

Strength of fastened material must be considered.

Observance of all application limitations and recommendations.

The recommended loads in the table refer to the resistance of the shank cross-section. The loads acting

on the cross-section (N' and V') are influenced by the characteristics and arrangement of the part or

material fastened and may not be the same as the loads acting on the fastened part or material (N and V).

The existence and/or magnitude of moment acting on the fastener shank (M') is influenced by the

characteristics and arrangement of the fastened part or material.

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AppIication Limits

X-EM6, X-EW6, X-EF7 X-EM8, EM8 X-EM10/EW10, EW10

DX 460 tool

X-EM8-__-14 / DX 460 tool

X-EM8-__-12 / DX 460 tool

EM8-15-14 / DX 76,

DX 750 I tool

EW10-30-15 / DX 750 I tool

X-EM10/EW10-__-14 /

DX 76, DX 750 I tool

Minimum steel thickness:

X-EM6/EW6, X-EF7 t

II

4mm

X-EM8/EW8, EM8, X-EM10/EW10 t

II

6mm

Spacing and Edge Distances

Edge distance and spacing: c = s 15 mm

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X-FCM Grating Fastening System

X-BT M8-15-6 SN12-R

X-CRM8-15-12 FP10 EM8-15-14 FP10

X-CRM8-15-12 P8 X-EM8-15-14 P8

Approvals

ABS: X-FCM-R

GL: X-FCM-M, X-FCM-R

LR: all types

Material specification See separate chapter

Fastening tools See product selection

X-BT / X-CRM8 two piece

design

+

EM8 one piece design

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AppIication

Grating

Product SeIection

AppIication areas Dimensions TooIs

Ìndoors, dry and

non corrosive

environment

Ìndoors, mildly

corrosive

environment, or for

limited lifetime use

Marine, offshore,

petrochemical,

caloric (coal, oil)

power plants, etc.

X-FCM System

X-FCM

Zinc plated

X-FCM-M

Duplex coated

X-FCM-R

Stainless steel

L

mm

Grating height

mm

X-FCM 25/30 X-FCM-M 25/30 X-FCM-R 25/30 23 25 - 30

X-FCM 1 ¼-1 ½ X-FCM-M 1 ¼-1 ½ X-FCM-R 1 ¼-1 ½ 30 32 ÷ 38

X-FCM 35/40 X-FCM-M 35/40 X-FCM-R 35/40 33 35 ÷ 40

X-FCM 45/50 X-FCM-M 45/50 X-FCM-R 45/50 43 45 - 50

SF 100-A,

SF 120-A

Note:

Not for use

in marine

atmosphere or in

heavily polluted

environment.

Note:

Not for use

in automobile

tunnels, swimming

pools or similar

environments.

Threaded Studs

X-EM8-15-14

DX 76 130

DX 750 132

DX 460 126

X-BT M8-15-6 SN12-R DX 351-BTG 128

X-CRM8-15-12 DX 76, DX 750, DX 460

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MateriaI Specification

MateriaI and coatings

X-FCM System

X-FCM-R X-FCM-M X-FCM All Systems

Disk Threaded stem Disk Threaded stem Disk Threaded stem Absorber

Material

designation

X2CrNiMo18143 X2CrNiMo18143

X6CrNiMoTi17122

X5CrNiMo17122K700

ST1403 11SMNPB30+C ST1403 11SMNPB30+C Polyurethane

Black

Cr % 17.0 16.5 ------- ------- ------- -------

Ni % 12.5 10.5 ------- ------- ------- -------

Mo % 2.5 2.0 ------- ------- ------- -------

Mn % ------- ------- ------- 0.9 - 1.3 ------- 0.9 - 1.3

C % 0.03 0.03, 0.08, 0.07 0.08 0.3 - 0.5 0.08 0.3 - 0.5

fu N/mm

2

490 490 270 - 350 490 - 760 270 - 350 490 - 760

fy N/mm

2

210 410 210 410

resistant to:

UV, saltwater,

ozone, oil,

grease

Coating none none

65 m

Zn

Duplex *

20 m

Zn

10 - 20 m Zn -------

* 480 h Salt spray test per

DIN 50021 and 10 cycles

Kesternich test per

DIN 50018/2.0 (comparable

to 45 m HDG steel)

Threaded Studs

X-BT & CRM8 EM8 X-CRM X-BT

Part

X-CR shank

X-BT shank

threaded sleeve EM8 Sealing washer SN12-R washer Sealing washer

Material

designation

Stainless steel

wire, CR 500

(A4 / AlSl316)

X2CrNiMo17132

X5CrNiMo17122+2H

(A4 / AlSl316)

Carbon steel

wire,

Ck 67 MOD

Polyethylene,

LD, black

X2CrNiMo17132

X5CrNiMo17122+2H

(A4 / AlSl316)

Elastomer,

black

Cr % 23.5 16.5 0.12 16.5

Ni % 14.5 10.0 0.12 10.0

Mo % 2.0 2.0 0.04 2.0

Mn % 3.5 3.5 0.70 - 0.85 3.5

C % ------- ------- 0.63 - 0.69 -------

fu N/mm

2 1)

1850 750 590 - 760 750

fu N/mm

2 2)

------- ------- 1950 -------

fy N/mm

2

------- 400 ------- 400

Coating none none 5 – 13 m Zn

3)

Resistant to

UV,

salt water,

ozone, oils,

grease

none

Resistant to

UV,

salt water,

ozone, oils,

grease

1) Raw material before hardening

2) After thermal hardening

3) Zinc applied by electroplating. Intended for corrosion protection during shipment, storage, construction and service in protected

environment. It is not adequate for protection against corrosion in outside or otherwise corrosive applications.

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Recommended TensiIe Loads kN

Grating opening type

Rectangular Square

Bar spacing

mm

18 30 18 30

X-FCM 0.8** 0.8** 2.4* 0.8**

X-FCM-M,

X-FCM-R

1.4** 1.0** 1.8* 1.0**

Notes/Conditions:

Except for loads noted with*, recommended tensile loads

are limited by elastic limit of disk.

Exceeding recommended loads can result in plastic

deformation of disk.

X-FCM, X-FCM-M, X-FCM-R resist shear by friction and

are not suitable for explicit shear load designs, e.g.

diaphragms. Depending on surface characteristics, shear

loads of up to about 0.3 kN will not result in permanent

deformation. Therefore, small unexpected shear loads can

generally be accommodated without damage.

* Loading is limited by recommended load for

threaded stud.

** Loading is limited by plastic deformation of the

X-FCM disk.

AppIication Limits Studs - Base MateriaI

DX 76 / DX 750 DX 460

X-CRM8-15-12 FP10 / DX 76, DX 750 (impact)

X-CRM8-15-12 FP10 / DX 76, DX 750 (co-acting)

EM8-15-14 FP10 / DX 76, DX 750 (impact)

X-CRM8-15-12 P8 / DX 460 (impact)

X-CRM8-15-12 P8 /DX 460 (co-acting)

X-EM8-15-14 P8 / DX 460 (impact)

X-BT

No application limits using in high strength steel

No through penetration t

ÌÌ

8 mm 5/16¨

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InstaIIation DetaiIs

Threaded stud pIacing Tightening torque Fitting toIerances/height of grating

X-BT M815-6 SN12-R

hNVS 16.8 mm

X-CRM8-15-12

hET = 12 2 mm

hNVS = 18 2 mm

X-EM8-15-14 / EM8-15-14

hET = 13 ÷ 16 mm

hNVS = 16 ÷ 19 mm

Trec = 5 ÷ 8 Nm

Tightening tooI:

Screw gun with torque

release coupling (TRC)

5 mm Allen-type bit

Hilti Torque

Screwgun setting

SF 100-A TRC 6÷10

SF 120-A TRC 5.5÷7

Min. grating height = L+2

Governing requirement:

Minimum 2 mm

clearance between X-

FCM and top of steel to

allow for deflections and

over tightening

Example:

X-FCM 25/30

Min. grating ht.=23+2=25

Max. grating ht.=23+7=30

Grating height of 32 can be

accommodated if

h

NVS

18

Max. grating height = L+7

Governing requirement:

Minimum 5 mm thread

engagement at the

minimum allowable

standoff, hNVS.

Note:

The maximum grating

height for an X-FCM type

can be extended if hNVS

is tightly controlled, e.g.

at 18 mm instead of 16

mm.

InstaIIation procedure for bar grating

1. Place the grating

sections

2. Widen opening at

fastening location if

necessary

3. Place the threaded

stud

4. Tighten the disk

For X-BT pre-drill with

XBT4/7 stop shank drill bit

X-FCM Grating Fastening System

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Spacing- and Edge Distances

X-CRM, EM8 X-BT

Edge distances: c 15 mm

Spacing: s 15 mm

Edge distance: c 6 mm

Spacing: s 15 mm

X-FCP Checker Plate Fastening System

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X-FCP Checker PIate Fastening System

X-FCP-R 5/10 X-FCP-F 5/10 X-CRM8-9-12 FP10 X-CRM8-15-12 FP10

X-CRM8-9-12 P8 X-CRM8-15-12 P8 X-FCP SeaIing ring

Material specification: See separate chapter

Fastening tools: See product selection

Approval: ABS: X-FCP-R

X-CRM8 two piece design

+

AppIication

Checker plate

X-FCP Checker Plate Fastening System

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Product SeIection

AppIication areas TooIs

Ìndoors, mildly

corrosive environment,

or for limited lifetime

use

Marine, offshore,

petrochemical, caloric

(coal, oil) power plants,

incineration plant, etc.

Drip-through of

water/oil needs to

be prevented

X-FCP System

X-FCP-F X-FCP-R SeaIing ring

Note:

Not for use in marine

atmosphere or in

heavily polluted

environment.

Note:

Not for use in

automobile tunnels,

swimming pools or

similar environments.

SF 100-A,

SF 120-A

Threaded Studs

X-CRM8-9-12, X-CRM8-15-12 DX 76 130, DX 750 132

DX 460 126

MateriaI Specification

MateriaI and coatings

X-FCP System

X-FCP-R X-FCP-F All Systems

Disk Screw Disk Screw Sealing ring

Material designation X5CrNiMo17122 X2CrNiMo17132 ST2K40 BK 9SMnPb28 K Neoprene, black

Cr % 16.5 16.5 ------- -------

Ni % 10.0 10.5 ------- -------

Mo % 2.0 2.0 ------- -------

Mn % ------- ------- ------- 0.90 – 1.30

C % 0.07 0.03 0.10 0.14

fu N/mm

2

540 - 710 550 - 700 390 - 540 460 - 710

fy N/mm

2

------- ------- 310 375

Coating none none 65 m Zn Duplex *

* 480 h Salt spray test per DIN 50021 and 10 cycles Kesternich test per

DIN 50018/2.0 (comparable to 45 m HDG steel)

Threaded Studs CRM8

X-CR shank CRM8 threaded sleeve Sealing washer

Material

designation

Stainless steel

wire, CR 500

(A4 / AlSl316)

X2CrNiMo17132

X5CrNiMo17122+2H

(A4 / AlSl316)

Polyethylene,

LD, black

Cr % 23.5 16.5

Ni % 14.5 10.0

Mo % 2.0 2.0

Mn % 3.5 3.5

C % ------- -------

fu N/mm

2

1850 750

fu N/mm

2

------- -------

fy N/mm

2

] ------- 400

Coating none none

Resistant to UV,

salt water,

ozone, oils,

grease

X-FCP Checker Plate Fastening System

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Recommended Loads

Predominantly

static loading

Nrec kN 1.8

Conditions:

Limited by the strength of the X-CRM8 threaded stud.

Recommended loads are valid for fastenings of steel and aluminium with 20mm pre-drilling.

X-FCP-F & X-FCP-R are not intended for shear loading.

AppIication Limits Studs - Base MateriaI

DX 76 / DX 750 DX 460

X-CRM8-__-12 FP12 / DX 76, DX 750 (impact)

X-CRM8-__-12 FP12 / DX 76, DX 750 (co-acting)

X-CRM8-__-12 P8 / DX 460 (impact)

X-CRM8-__-12 P8 / DX 460 (co-acting)

InstaIIation DetaiIs

Threaded stud placing Tightening torque Thickness of checker plate

X-CRM8-9-12

hNVS = 13 2 mm

hET = 12 2 mm

X-CRM8-15-12

hNVS = 18 2 mm

h

ET

= 12 2 mm

T = 5 ÷ 8 Nm

Tightening tooI:

Screw gun with torque

release coupling (TRC)

S-NSX 2.8 x 15 bit

Hilti Torque

Screwgun setting

SF 100-A TRC 6÷10

SF 120-A TRC 5.5÷7

X-CRM8-9-12

Max. plate

thickness = 8 mm

Governing:

hNVS = 11 mm

Thread engagement

3.5mm

Min. plate

thickness = 5 mm

Governing:

Screw hard up against

base

X-CRM8-15-12

Max. plate

thickness = 13 mm

Governing:

hNVS = 16 mm

Thread engagement

3.5mm

Min. plate

thickness = 5 mm

Governing:

Screw hard up against

base

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InstaIIation procedure

Plates must be pre-drilled or

pre-punched

1. Place and align the

plate section

2. Place the X-CRM

threaded stud through

the pre-drilled hole

4. Tighten the disk

3. Start the X-FCP on

the stud by hand

Spacing- and Edge Distances

X-CRM8

Edge distances: c 15 mm

Spacing: s 15 mm

X-AL-H Nails

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X-AL-H GeneraI Purpose NaiIs for DifficuIt Concrete and SteeI

X-AL-H ___ TPH

X-AL-H ___ P8

Material specification

Carbon steel shank: HRC 58 ± 1

Zinc coating: 5 ÷ 13 m

Approvals

ÌCC (USA): X-AL-H with d

nom

= 4.5 mm

ABS, LR: all types

Note: Technical data presented in these approvals and design guidelines

reflect specific local conditions and may differ from those published in this

handbook.

Fastening tools DX 460 126

DX 36 M 129

AppIication

Lumber / battens to

steel / concrete

Membranes to pre cast

concrete

Drywall track to steel or

concrete

Fastener Program

Designation LS [mm] dnom [mm]

X-AL-H 12 TPH 12 3.7

X-AL-H 14 TPH 14 3.7

X-AL-H 19 TPH 19 4.0

X-AL-H 22 TPH 22 4.0

X-AL-H 16 P8 16 3.7

X-AL-H 19 P8 19 4.0

X-AL-H 22 P8 22 4.0

X-AL-H 27 P8 27 4.5

Sizes in 5 mm increments

X-AL-H 72 P8 72 4.5

X-AL-H Nails

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Fastener SeIection - fastening wood or soft materiaI

Required naiI shank Iength: wood L

S

= h

ET

+ t

I

[mm]

soft material L

S

= h

ET

+ t

I

- 3.5 - h

CS

[mm] h

CS

3 mm if possible

Required Depth of Penetration h

ET

Normal Weight Concrete NWC

h

ET

according to concrete strength:

Light Weight Concrete LWC

h

ET

= 32 ÷ 37 mm

fcc [N/mm

2

] 25 45 65

hET [mm] 27 25 22

Sandlime Masonry SLM

h

ET

according to masonry strength:

f

cc

[N/mm

2

] 25 45

hET [mm] 27 25

Steel

h

ET

= 15 ÷ 27 mm

Nail shank buckling

Fastening Inspection - fastening wood or soft materiaI

Fastener SeIection - fastening DrywaII Tracks

Required naiI shank Iength: L

S

= h

ET

+ t

I

[mm]

Required Depth of Penetration h

ET

Normal Weight Concrete NWC

h

ET

according to concrete strength:

fcc [N/mm

2

] 35 50 70

hET [mm] 27 19-22 16-19

Sandlime Masonry SLM

h

ET

according to masonry strength

fcc [N/mm

2

] 35 50

hET [mm] 27 22

Steel (f

u

690 N/mm

2

)

Use X-AL-H 12 or 14

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X-AL-H Nails

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Recommended Loads (predominantly static)

Wood:

Concrete, sandlime-masonry: N

rec

= V

rec

= 400 N

Steel: N

rec

= V

rec

= 600N

Design conditions:

Minimum 5 fastenings per fastened unit with normal weight concrete base material.

Ìncrease to 600 N possible if 8 or more fastenings in each fastened unit.

All visible failures must be replaced.

Single point design possible with steel, sandlime-masonry or lightweight concrete base material. But for safety

relevant fastenings sufficient redundancy of the entire system is required.

Valid for concrete and sandlime-masonry with strength of f

cc

< 45 N/mm

2

.

Fastened material: wood, minimum thickness = 24 mm

plywood, minimum thickness = 16 mm

Soft materiaI:

Recommended loads depend on strength and thickness of material fastened. Do not use recommended loads

in excess of those for wood.

Use R23 or R36 ( 4.5 hole) washer to control penetration and to increase pullover strength (separately

available from Hilti).

Spacing and Edge Distances

Distance to edge of concrete /

sandlime masonry:

Fastener spacings on wood: Distance to edge of steel:

Spacing along track (per U. S. Gypsum Handbook) At track ends (cut-outs for doors), secure with two nails

X-DNÌ Nails

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X-DNI GeneraI Purpose NaiIs for Concrete, SandIime-Masonry and SteeI

X-DNI __ P8 X-DNI __ S12

X-DNI __ P8S15 X_DNI __ P8S36

Material specification

Carbon steel shank: HRC 55.5 ± 1

HRC 58 ± 1

(X-DNI 82, 97, 117)

Zinc coating: 5 ÷ 13 m

Approvals ÌCC (USA)

Note: Technical data presented in these approvals and design guidelines

reflect specific local conditions and may differ from those published in this

handbook.

Fastening tools See fastener selection

AppIications

Sill plates, battens to concrete

and steel

Drywall track to concrete,

sandlime masonry and steel

X-DNÌ Nails

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Fastener Program

Designation LS [mm] L [mm] DX-tools

1)

X-DNI 19 P8 19 20.9

X-DNI 22 P8 22 23.9

Sizes in 5 mm increments

X-DNI 62 P8 62 63.9

X-DNI 72 P8 72 73.9

X-DNI 82 P8

2)

82 83.9

X-DNI 97 P8

2)

97 98.9

X-DNI 117 P8

2)

117 118.9

DX 460 126

DX 36 M 129

DX-E 72 129

X-DNI 22 S12 22 23.9

Sizes in 5 mm increments

X-DNI 52 S12 52 53.9

X-DNI 62 S12 62 63.9

X-DNI 72 S12 72 73.9

DX 460 126

X-DNI 27 P8S15 27 28.9

X-DNI 32 P8S15 32 33.9

X-DNI 32 P8S36 32 33.9

X-DNI 52 P8S36 52 53.9

X-DNI 72 P8S36 72 53.9

DX 460 126

DX 36 M 129

DX-E 72 129

X-DNI 19 MX 19 20.9

X-DNI 22 MX 22 23.9

Sizes in 5 mm increments

X-DNI 72 MX 62 63.9

DX 460-MX 126

MX: Collated Nails for Magazine

1) Nail length limits are for use without pre-driving

into the wood.

2) Hand-driving the nail into the wood and bringing

the DX tool into position over the nail head

extend the nail length range for the tools.

Fastener SeIection - fastening wood or soft materiaI

Required naiI shank Iength: wood L

S

= h

ET

+ t

I

[mm]

soft material L

S

= h

ET

+ t

I

- 1.9 - h

CS

[mm] h

CS

3 mm if possible

Required Depth of Penetration h

ET

Normal Weight Concrete NWC

h

ET

according to concrete strength:

Light Weight Concrete LWC

h

ET

= 32 ÷ 37 mm

fcc [N/mm

2

] 15 25 37

hET [mm] 32 27 22

Sandlime Masonry SLM

h

ET

according to masonry strength:

fcc [N/mm

2

] 15 25 37

hET [mm] 32 27 27

Steel

h

ET

= 15 ÷ 27 mm

Nail shank buckling

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Fastening Inspection - fastening wood or soft materiaI

Fastener SeIection - fastening DrywaII Tracks

Required naiI shank Iength: L

S

= h

ET

+ t

I

[mm]

Required Depth of Penetration h

ET

Normal Weight Concrete NWC

h

ET

according to concrete strength

fcc

f

cc

[N/mm

2

] 15 25 35

h

ET

[mm] 32 27 22

SandIime Masonry SLM

h

ET

according to concrete strength

fcc

f

cc

[N/mm

2

] 15 25 35

h

ET

[mm] 32 27 27

SteeI

Use X-DNI 19, 22 or 27

Alternate nails:

X-EDNI 12 or 16

X-EDNI 19 or 22 (if placeable)

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X-DNÌ Nails

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Recommended Loads (predominantly static)

Wood:

Concrete, sandlime-masonry: N

rec

= V

rec

= 400 N

Steel: N

rec

= V

rec

= 600N

Design conditions:

Minimum 5 fastenings per fastened unit with normal weight concrete base material.

Ìncrease to 600 N possible if 8 or more fastenings in each fastened unit.

All visible failures must be replaced.

Single point design possible with steel, sandlime-masonry or lightweight concrete base material. But for safety

relevant fastenings sufficient redundancy of the entire system is required.

Valid for concrete and sandlime-masonry with strength of f

cc

< 40 N/mm

2

.

Fastened material: wood, minimum thickness = 24 mm

plywood, minimum thickness = 16 mm

Soft materiaI:

Working loads depend on strength and thickness of material fastened. Do not use working loads in excess of

those for wood.

Use R23 or R36 ( 4.5 hole) washer to control penetration and to increase pullover strength. Separately

available from Hilti.

Spacing and Edge Distances

Distance to edge of concrete /

sandlime masonry:

Fastener spacings on wood: Distance to edge of steel:

Spacing along track (per U. S. Gypsum Handbook) At track ends (cut-outs for doors), secure with two nails

X-ZF Nails

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X-ZF GeneraI Purpose NaiI for Concrete, SandIime-Masonry and SteeI

X-ZF __ P8

X-ZF __ P8S23

X-ZF __ P8S36

Material specification

Carbon steel shank: HRC 52.5 ± 1

Zinc coating: 5 ÷ 13 m

Approvals: ÌCC (USA)

Fastening tools See fastener selection

AppIication

Forming concrete Barriers, temporaries Drywall track Sill plates, battens

X-ZF Nails

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Fastener Program

Designation LS [mm] dnom [mm] DX tools

X-ZF 22 P8 22 3.5

Sizes in 5 mm increments

X-ZF 47 P8 47

X-ZF 52 P8 52

X-ZF 62 P8 62

X-ZF 72 P8 72

3.5

DX 460 126

DX 36 M 129

DX-E 72 129

X-ZF 27 P8 S23 27

X-ZF 32 P8 S23 32

X-ZF 37 P8 S23 37

X-ZF 42 P8 S23 42

X-ZF 47 P8 S23 47

3.5

DX 460 126

DX 36 M 129

DX-E 72 129

X-ZF 32 P8 S36 32

X-ZF 37 P8 S36 37

X-ZF 52 P8 S36 52

X-ZF 62 P8 S36 62

3.5

X-ZF 72 P8 S36 72 3.7

DX 460 126

DX 36 M 129

DX-E 72 129

X-ZF 20 MX 20

X-ZF 22 MX 22

3.5

Sizes in 5 mm increments

X-ZF 52 MX 52

X-ZF 62 MX 62

X-ZF 72 MX 72

3.5

DX 460-MX

126

MX: Collated Nails for Magazine

Fastener SeIection - fastening wood or soft materiaI

Required naiI shank Iength: wood L

S

= h

ET

+ t

I

[mm]

soft material L

S

= h

ET

+ t

I

- 1.2 - h

CS

[mm] h

CS

3 mm if possible

Required Depth of Penetration h

ET

Normal Weight Concrete NWC

h

ET

according to f

cc

L = h

ET

+ t

I

- 3

Light Weight Concrete LWC

h

ET

= 32 ÷ 37 mm

fcc [N/mm

2

] 15 25 35

hET [mm] 32 27 22

Sandlime Masonry SLM

h

ET

according to f

cc

L = h

ET

+ t

I

- 3

fcc [N/mm

2

] 15 25 35

hET [mm] 32 27 27

Steel

h

ET

= 15 ÷ 27 mm

Base material limitations:

t

II

= 4 ÷ 6 mm

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Fastening Inspection - fastening wood or soft materiaI

Fastener SeIection - fastening DrywaII Tracks

Required naiI shank Iength: wood L

S

= h

ET

+ t

I

[mm]

Required Depth of Penetration h

ET

Normal Weight Concrete NWC

Select h

ET

according to fc

f

c

[N/mm

2

] 15 25 35

h

ET

[mm] 32 27 22

Sandlime Masonry SLM

Select h

ET

according to fc

f

c

[N/mm

2

] 15 25 35

h

ET

[mm] 32 27 27

Steel

Use X-ZF 14, 16 for steel

t

II

6 mm

Fastening Inspection - fastening DrywaII Tracks

X-ZF Nails

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Recommended Loads (predominantly static)

Wood:

Concrete, sandlime-masonry: N

rec

= V

rec

= 400 N

Steel: N

rec

= V

rec

= 600N

Design conditions:

Minimum 5 fastenings per fastened unit with normal weight concrete base material.

Ìncrease to 600 N possible if 8 or more fastenings in each fastened unit.

All visible failures must be replaced.

Single point design possible with steel, sandlime-masonry or lightweight concrete base material. But for safety

relevant fastenings sufficient redundancy of the entire system is required.

Valid for concrete and sandlime-masonry with strength of f

cc

< 30 MPa.

Fastened material: wood, minimum thickness = 24 mm

plywood, minimum thickness = 16 mm

Soft materiaI:

Working loads depend on strength and thickness of material fastened. Do not use working loads in excess of

those for wood.

Use R23 or R36 ( 4.5 hole) washer to control penetration and to increase pullover strength. Separately

available from Hilti.

Spacing and Edge Distances

Distance to edge of concrete /

sandlime masonry:

Fastener spacings on wood: Distance to edge of steel:

Spacing along track (per U. S. Gypsum Handbook) At track ends (cut-outs for doors), secure with two nails

X-CR Nails

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X-CR StainIess SteeI NaiIs for Concrete, SandIime Masonry and SteeI

X-CR __ P8

X-CR __ P8

X-CR __ P8 S12

X-CR 48 P8 S15

Material specification

Nail shank: CrNiMo Alloy

f

u

1850 N/mm

2

Zinc coating: X-CR-48 P8S15 has 5 ÷ 13 m zinc

coating to improve anchorage in concrete

Approvals

DÌBt (Germany): X-CR 48 P8 S15

ÌCC (USA): X-CR with d

nom

= 3.7 mm

ABS, LR: all types

Note: Technical data presented in these approvals and design guidelines

reflect specific local conditions and may differ from those published in this

handbook.

Fastening tools See fastener selection

AppIication

Exposure to weather or otherwise corrosive conditions Noble or corrosive fastened material

X-CR Nails

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Fastener Program

Designation LS [mm] L [mm]

dnom [mm] DX tools

Method

X-CR 24 P8 24 26.4 3.7

X-CR 29 P8 29 31.4 3.7

X-CR 34 P8 34 36.4 3.7

X-CR 39 P8 39 41.4 4.0

X-CR 44 P8 44 46.4 4.0

X-CR 54 P8 54 56.4 4.0

DX 460 126

DX 36 M 129

DX-E 72 129

DX Standard

(without pre-drilling)

X-CR 39 P8 S12

39 41.4 4.0

X-CR 44 P8 S12

44 46.4 4.0

X-CR 48 P8 S15 48 50.4 4.0

DX 460 126

DX 36 M 129

DX-Kwik

(with pre-drilling)

DX Standard: Fastener SeIection - fastening wood or soft materiaI

Required naiI shank Iength: wood L

S

= h

ET

+ t

I

[mm]

soft material L

S

= h

ET

+ t

I

- 2.4 - h

CS

[mm] h

CS

3 mm if possible

Required Depth of Penetration h

ET

Normal Weight Concrete NWC

h

ET

according to concrete strength

fcc:

Light Weight Concrete LWC

h

ET

= 32 ÷ 37 mm

f

cc

[N/mm

2

] 15 25 35

hET [mm] 32 27 22

Sandlime Masonry SLM

h

ET

according to concrete strength

fcc:

f

cc

[N/mm

2

] 15 25 35

hET [mm] 32 27 27

Steel

h

ET

10 mm

Nail shank buckling

DX Standard: Fastening Inspection - fastening wood or soft materiaI

X-CR Nails

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DX Standard: Recommended Ioads (predominantly static)

Wood:

Concrete, sandlime-masonry: N

rec

= V

rec

= 400 N

Steel: N

rec

= V

rec

= 600N

Design conditions:

Minimum 5 fastenings per fastened unit with normal weight concrete base material.

Ìncrease to 600 N possible if 8 or more fastenings in each fastened unit.

All visible failures must be replaced.

Single point design possible with steel, sandlime-masonry or lightweight concrete base material. But for safety

relevant fastenings sufficient redundancy of the entire system is required.

Valid for concrete and sandlime-masonry with strength of f

cc

< 40 N/mm

2

.

Fastened material: wood, minimum thickness = 24 mm

plywood, minimum thickness = 16 mm

Soft materiaI:

Working loads depend on strength and thickness of material fastened. Do not use working loads in excess of

those for wood.

Depth penetration and other conditions same as for fastening wood.

Use R23 or R36 ( 4.5 hole) washer to control penetration and to increase pullover strength. Separately

available from Hilti.

DX-Kwik (with pre-drilling): Recommended Ioads

Conditions:

N

rec,1

: concrete in compressive zone.

N

rec,2

: concrete in tension zone.

Static or cyclic (5000 load applications) loading, single point fastening design.

f

cc

25 N/mm

2

. For higher concrete strengths, higher loadings be may possible if supported by testing.

Recommended loads are based on failure of the fastener anchorage in the concrete. Thickness and

quality of the fastened material may lower the loadings.

Observance of all pre-drilling requirements, fastened thickness limits, and recommended details.

Nrec,1 Nrec,2 Vrec Mrec

X-CR 39/44 2.0 0.6 2.0 5.5

X-CR 48 3.0 0.9 3.0 5.5

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Pre-driIIing detaiIs (not through fastened material)

X-CR 39 / X-CR 44

tI [mm] Drill bit

X-CR 39 2 TX-C-5/18

X-CR 44 2 ÷ 7 TX-C-5/18

X-CR 48

tI [mm] Drill bit

X-CR 48 5 TX-C-5/23

Details valid for C20/25 ÷ C45/55 (f

cc

= 25 ÷ 55 N/mm

2

/ f

c

= 20 ÷ 45 N/mm

2

)

Pre-driIIing detaiIs (through fastened material)

X-CR 48

tI [mm] Drill bit

X-CR 48 2 TX-C-5/23

Details valid for C20/25 ÷ C30/35 (f

cc

= 25 ÷ 35 N/mm

2

/ f

c

= 20 ÷ 30 N/mm

2

)

Spacing and Edge Distances [mm]

Pairs

reinforced* non-reinforced

c 100 150

Row along edge

reinforced* non-reinforced

c 80 150

General (e.g. group of fasteners)

reinforced* non-reinforced

c 80 150

a 80 100

* Minimum 6 mm reinforcing steel continuous along all edges and around all corners.

Edge bar must be enclosed by stirrups.

Fastener spacings on wood:

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DX DrywaII Fasteners - X-DW, X-ZF, X-DAK, ESD

X-DW __ THP ESD 16 P8TH X-DAK 16 P8TH

X-ZF14 THP X-ZF20 THP X-ZF16 P8TH

X-ZF __ P8TH

Material specification

Carbon steel shank: X-DW __ THP/MX HRC 53.5 ± 1

ESD 16 THP HRC 55.5 ± 1

X-DAK 16 P8TH/MXSP HRC 59 +2/-1

X-ZF14 THP/MX HRC 59 +2/-1

X-ZF16 P8TH HRC 55.5 ± 1

X-ZF20 THP/MX HRC 52.5 ± 1

X-ZF22/27 P8TH/MX HRC 52.5 ± 1

Zinc coating: X-DW 2 ÷ 8 m

ESD/X-DAK/X-ZF 5 ÷ 13 m

Approvals

ÌCC (USA): ESD16, X-ZF

Note: Technical data presented in these approvals and

design guidelines reflect specific local conditions and may

differ from those published in this handbook.

Fastening tools

See fastener selection

AppIications

Drywall tracks to concrete Drywall tracks to steel

DX Drywall Fasteners

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Fastener Program

Designation Ls [mm] L [mm] dnom [mm] DX tools

X-DW 20 THP 20 21.7

X-DW 27 THP 27 28.7

X-DW 39 THP 39 40.7

3.0

DX 460 126

DX 351 128

DX 36 M 129

ESD 16 P8TH 16 18.5 3.7

X-DAK 16 P8TH 16 17.7 2.7/3.8

X-ZF 14 THP 14 16.2 3.7

X-ZF 20 THP 20 21.4 3.5

X-ZF 16 P8TH 16 17.4 3.7

X-ZF 22 P8TH 22 23.4

X-ZF 27 P8TH 27 28.4

3.5

DX 460 126

DX 351 128

DX 36 M 129

DX-E 72 129

X-DW 20 MX 20 21.7

X-DW 27 MX 27 28.7

3.0

X-DAK 16 MXSP 16 17.7 2.7/3.8

X-ZF 14 MX 14 16.2 3.7

X-ZF 20 MX 20 21.4

X-ZF 22 MX 22 23.4

X-ZF 27 MX 27 28.4

3.5

DX 460-MX 126

DX 351-MX 128

Fastener SeIection - fastening to Concrete/SandIime Masonry

Designation Application

Base material

X-DW 39 Wooden track (tI 24 mm)

Concrete/sandlime masonry

X-DW 27

X-DW 20

Metal track

Concrete/sandlime masonry,

increasing strength

X-ZF 27

X-ZF 22

X-ZF 20

Metal track

Concrete/sandlime masonry,

increasing strength

X-DAK 16 Metal track

Pre-cast concrete, high

strength concrete

Fastening Inspection - fastening to Concrete/SandIime Masonry

X-DW h

NVS

= 2 ÷ 4 mm X-ZF h

NVS

= 2 ÷ 4 mm X-DAK 16 h

NVS

= 2 ÷ 4 mm

Fastener SeIection - fastening to SteeI

Designation Application Base material

X-ZF 16

ESD 16

X-ZF 14

X-DAK 16

Metal track Steel

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Fastening Inspection - fastening to SteeI

X-DAK 16 h

NVS

= 3 ÷ 6 mm ESD 16 h

NVS

= 3 ÷ 4 mm X-ZF 14/ZF16 h

NVS

= 3 ÷ 4 mm

Recommended Loads

Concrete

400 N for h

ET

27 mm

300 N for h

ET

22 mm

200 N for h

ET

18 mm

100 N for h

ET

14 mm

SteeI

400 N for Steel

Design conditions:

Minimum 5 fastenings per fastened unit

All visible failures must be replaced

AppIication Limits for SteeI

X-DAK 16

X-ZF 14

Spacing and Edge Distances [mm]

Spacing along track

(per U.S. Gypsum Handbook)

All track ends (cut-outs for doors),

secure with 2 nails

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GX DrywaII Fasteners -- X-EGN, X-GPH, X-GN

X-EGN 14 X-GHP 18

X-GN 20/27/32

b

X-GN 39

Material specification

Carbon steel shank: X-EGN HRC 58 ± 1

X-GPH HRC 58 ± 1

X-GN HRC 53.5 ± 1

Zinc coating: 2 ÷ 8 m

Approvals

ÌCC (USA): X-GN 20/27/32, X-EGN 14

Note: Technical data presented in these approvals and design guidelines

reflect specific local conditions and may differ from those published in this

handbook.

Fastening tool GX 100 135

AppIications

Drywall tracks to concrete Drywall tracks to steel

Fastener Program

Designation Ls [mm] L [mm] dnom [mm]

X-EGN 14 MX 14 15.8

X-GHP 18 MX 18 19.8

X-GN 20 MX 19 20.9

X-GN 27 MX 27 28.9

X-GN 32 MX 32 33.9

3.0

X-GN 39 MX 37 38.9 2.6

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Fastener SeIection - fastening to Concrete/SandIime Masonry

Designation Application

Base material

X-GN 39 Wooden track (t

I

24 mm)

Concrete/sandlime masonry

X-GN 27

X-GN 20

X-GHP

Metal track

Concrete/sandlime masonry

Fastener Inspection - fastening to Concrete/SandIime Masonry

X-GN/GHP: h

NVS

= 2 ÷ 5 mm X-GN 39: h

NVS

= 2 ÷ 3 mm

Fastener SeIection - fastening to SteeI

Designation Application

X-EGN 14 Metal track

Product and Fastening Inspection

Fastener Inspection - fastening to SteeI

X-EGN 14:

h

NVS

= 4 ÷ 7.5 mm

Recommended Loads

Concrete

N

rec

= V

rec

= 400 N for h

ET

27 mm

300 N for h

ET

22 mm

200 N for h

ET

18 mm

100 N for h

ET

14 mm

SteeI

N

rec

= V

rec

= 400 N

Design conditions:

Minimum 5 fastenings per fastened unit

All visible failures must be replaced

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AppIication Limits for SteeI

X-EGN 14

Spacing and Edge Distances

Spacing along track

(per U.S. Gypsum Handbook)

All track ends (cut-outs for doors),

secure with 2 nails

Distance to edge of concrete/sandlime masonry Fastener spacings on wood:

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DS Heavy Duty GeneraI Purpose NaiIs for Concrete and SteeI

DS __ P10 Material specification

Carbon steel shank: HRC 54 1 (DS)

HRC 58 1 (DSH)

Zinc coating: 5 ÷ 13 m

Approvals ÌCC (USA)

Note: Technical data presented in these approvals and design guidelines

reflect specific local conditions and may differ from those published in this

handbook.

Fastening tools See fastener selection

AppIication

Wood to steel and

concrete

Plastic and rubber to steel Metal parts to concrete Soft material to steel and

concrete

Fastener Program

Designation Ls [mm]

DX-tools

1)

DS 27 P10 27

DS 32 P10 32

DS 37 P10 37

DS 42 P10 42

DS 47 P10 47

DS 52 P10 52

DSH 57 P10 57

DS 62 P10 62

DS 72 P10 72

DS 82 P10

2)

82

DS 92 P10

2)

92

DS 117 P10

2)

117

DX 460 126

DX 76 130

DX 750 I

DX 750 with

G-equipment 132

1) Nail length limits are for use without

pre-driving into the wood.

2) Hand-driving the nail into the wood

and bringing the DX tool into

position over the nail head extend

the nail length range for the tools.

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Fastener SeIection - fastening wood or soft materiaI

Required naiI shank Iength: wood L

S

= h

ET

+ t

I

[mm]

soft material L

S

= h

ET

+ t

I

- 2 - h

CS

[mm] h

CS

3 mm if possible

Required depth of penetration h

ET

Normal weight Concrete Steel

Select h

ET

according to f

c

fc [N/mm

2

] 15 25 35

hET [mm] 42 37 32

h

ET

= 17 ÷ 27 mm

Nail shank buckling

Fastening Inspection - fastening wood or soft materiaI

Fastener SeIection - fastening metaI profiIes

Required naiI shank Iength: wood L

S

= h

ET

+ t

I

[mm]

Required depth of penetration h

ET

Normal weight concrete

h

ET

according to concrete strength f

cc

fcc [N/mm

2

] 25 25

hET [mm] 42 37

Fastening Inspection - fastening metaI profiIes

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Recommended Loads

Wood

Concrete, sandlime-masonry: N

rec

= V

rec

= 400 N

Steel: N

rec

= V

rec

= 600N

Minimum 5 fastenings per fastened unit (normal weight concrete)

predominantly static loading

Ìncrease to 600 N possible if 8 or more fastenings in each fastened unit.

All visible failures must be replaced.

Single point design possible with steel, sandlime-masonry or lightweight concrete base material. But for safety

relevant fastenings sufficient redundancy of the entire system is required.

Valid for concrete and sandlime-masonry with strength of f

cc

< 40 N/mm

2

.

Fastened material: wood, minimum thickness = 24 mm

plywood, minimum thickness = 16 mm

Soft MateriaI:

Working loads depend on strength and thickness of material fastened. Do not use working loads in excess of

those for wood.

Depth penetration and other conditions same as for fastening wood.

Use R23 or R36 ( 4.5 hole) washer to control penetration and to increase pullover strength. Separately

available from Hilti.

MetaI profiIes to concrete

N

rec

= V

rec

= 400 N

Minimum 5 fastenings per fastened unit (normal weight concrete)

Ìncrease to 600 N possible if 8 or more fastenings in each fastened unit.

All visible failures must be replaced

t

I

= 1 ÷ 4 mm

Spacing and Edges Distances

Edge distance: concrete Edge distance: steel

Spacing on wood Spacing, edge distances on steel

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SL NaiIs for Forming and Other Temporary Uses

SL __MX

SL __ DP8

Material specification

Carbon steel shank: HRC 53.5 ± 1

Zinc coating: 5 ÷ 13 m

Fastening tools See fastener selection

AppIications

Fasten wooden cleats,

runners, etc.

To position and hold

concrete formwork

Fasten site barriers,

covers, etc.

Fasten plastic, netting,

etc.

Fastener SeIection

Program

Designation L [mm] L

5

[mm] t

I,min

- t

I,max

[mm] DX-tools

SL 47 DP8 48.6 20 - 24

SL 54 DP8 55.6 27 ÷ 31

SL 62 DP8 63.6 36 ÷ 40

SL 72 DP8 73.6

25

45 - 49

DX 460 126

DX 36 M 129

DX-E 72 129

SL 44 MX 45.6 23 17 - 21

SL 47 MX 48.6 20 - 24

SL 54 MX 55.6 27 ÷ 31

SL 62 MX 63.6

25

36 - 40

DX 460-MX 126

Setting information

t

I

= t

max

h

ET

= L

5

t

I

= t

min

h

ET

= L

5

+ 4

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Recommended Loads

N

rec

= V

rec

= 350N

conditions:

Static loading only (placing and vibration of concrete does not

affect design).

Minimum 5 fastenings per fastened unit.

InstaIIation DetaiIs

1. Fastening using

proper nail length

2. Pry wood off over

head of nail

3. Use length of steel

pipe with inner diameter

of 10 mm) to break off

nail

4. Nail is broken off at

grade with minimum

concrete damage.

X-M/W/F Threaded Studs

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X-M6/W6/F7, X-M8, X-M10/X-W10, W10 Threaded Studs for Concrete

X-M6/W6/F7 ____ FP8 X-M6/W6/F7 ____ D8 F7 ____ FS8

X-M8 ____ P8 X-M10/X-W10 ____ P10 W10 ____ P10

Material specification

Carbon steel shank: HRC 53.5 1

Zinc coating: 5 -13 m

1)

1) Zinc coating (electroplating for corrosion protection during

construction and service in protected environment)

Approvals

ÌCC (USA): X-W6, W10

UL: W10

Note: Technical data presented in these approvals and design guidelines

reflect specific local conditions and may differ from those published in this

handbook.

Fastening tools See fastener selection

AppIications

Plates for pipe rings Hangings with threaded

couplers

Electrical boxes Miscellaneous

attachments

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Fastener SeIection

Program

Designation

1)

Standard threading

2)

Lg [mm]

Standard shank lengths

2)

Ls [mm]

L [mm] DX-tools

X-M6-8-yy FP8 8 17, 22, 27

X-M6-11-yy FP8 11 17, 22, 27

X-M6-20-yy FP8 20 22, 27

X-W6-11-yy FP8 11 22, 27

X-W6-20-yy FP8 20 22, 27

X-W6-38-27 FP8 38 27

X-M6-xx-yy D8 8, 11, 20 32, 42

X-W6-xx-32 D8 11, 20 32

X-F7-xx-yy FS8 7, 15, 20 17, 22, 27, 42

X-M8-15-yy P8 15 27, 32, 42

X-M8-20-yy P8 20 27, 32

Lg +Ls

DX 460 126

DX 36 M 129

X-M10-24-yy P10 24 32, 47

X-W10-27-32 P10 26.5 32

L

g

+L

s

+ 3.5

DX 76 130

W10-30-yy P10 30 27, 32, 42 L

g

+L

s

DX 600 N

1) Type threading: M = metric; W6, W8, W10 = Whitworth 1/4¨; 5/16¨; 3/8¨; F7 = French 7 mm

2) Standard threading and shank lengths. Other lengths and combinations available on special order.

Threading length Lg [mm]: Shank length Ls [mm]

1

:

Normal weight concrete Light weight concrete

fc [N/mm

2

] 15 25 35 15 25 35

X-M6/W6/F7

Required thread length

Lg tI + twasher + tnut + 2.5

Ls [mm] 32, 42 27 17, 22 42 32, 42 32

Normal weight concrete Light weight concrete

fc [N/mm

2

] 15 25 35 15 25 35

X-M8, X-M10, X-W10

Required thread length

Lg tI + twasher + tnut

Ls [mm] 42 27, 32 27 42 42 42

1) Note: For preliminary selection only, optimize by on-site trails to maximize pullout strength and minimize placing failures/spalls.

Recommended Loads

Fastener designation Shank diameter

ds [mm]

Nrec

[kN]

Vrec

[kN]

Mrec

[Nm]

X-M6/W6, F7 3.7 4.9

X-M8, X-M10, X-W10 4.5 8.8

W10 5.2

0.4 0.4

13.6

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Arrangements to prevent moment on shank:

Coupler tight against concrete

Non-symmetric arrangement

Moment on fastened part

Prying effect must be

considered in determining

loads acting on fastener

Conditions

Minimum 5 fastenings per fastened unit (normal weight concrete)

Can increase N

rec

and V

rec

to 0.6 kN for 8 or more fastenings per

fastened unit.

All visible failures must be replaced.

With lightweight concrete base material and greater loading may be

possible, inquire at Hilti.

Predominantly static loading.

Observance of all application limitations and recommendations.

The recommended loads in the table refer to the resistance of the

shank cross-section. The loads acting on the cross-section (N' and V')

are influenced by the characteristics and arrangement of the part or

material fastened and may not be the same as the loads acting on the

fastened part or material (N and V)

The existence and/or magnitude of moment acting on the fastener

shank (M') is influenced by the characteristics and arrangement of the

fastened part or material.

Fastening Inspection

X-M6/W6/F7 X-M8/W8, X-M10/W10, W10

Penetration depth Tightening torque Penetration depth Tightening torque

h

NVS

= L - h

ET

h

ET

= L

s

2

T

rec

4 Nm

h

NVS

= L - h

ET

h

ET

= L

s

2

T

rec

6 Nm

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Spacing and Edge Distances [mm]

Pairs

Reinforced* non-reinforced

c 100 150

Row along edge

Reinforced* non-reinforced

c 80 150

General (e.g. group of fasteners)

Reinforced* non-reinforced

c 80 150

a 80 100

* Minimum 6 reinforcing steel continuous along all edges and around all corners.

Edge bars must be enclosed by stirrups.

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DX-Kwik - X-M6H, X-M8H Threaded Studs and DNH, X-DKH NaiIs

X-M6H-__-37 FP8

X-M8H___-37 P8

DNH 37 P8S15

X-DKH 48 P8S15

Material specification

Carbon steel shank: HRC 58 1

Zinc coating: 5 ÷ 13 m

Approvals

DÌBt (Germany): X-M8H, X-DKH

SOCOTEC (France): X-M8H, DNH,

X-DKH (with X-CC, X-HS)

City of Vienna: X-M8H, DNH

Note: Technical data presented in these approvals and design guidelines reflect

specific local conditions and may differ from those published in this handbook.

Fastening tools See fastener selection

AppIication

Base plates,

rails for piping

Radiator brackets Floor stands, Metal

fixtures to concrete

Suspended ceilings

Fastener SeIection

Designation L

g

[mm] L

s

[mm] L [mm] DX-tools

X-M6H-10-37 FP8 10 47

X-M6H-20-37 FP8 20

37

57

X-M8H-__-37 P8 10, 15, 25 37 Lg + 3.5 + Ls

DNH 37 P8S15 ----- 37

X-DKH 48 P8S15 ----- 48

DX 460 126

DX 36 M 129

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Recommended Loads

N

rec,1

[kN] N

rec,2

[kN] V

rec

[kN] M

rec

[Nm]

X-M6H, DNH 37 2.0 0.6 2.0 5.4

X-M8H, X-DKH 48 3.0 0.9 3.0 9.7

Conditions

N

rec,1

: concrete in compressive zone.

N

rec,2

: concrete in tension zone.

Predominantly static loading.

Single point fastening design allowed.

Concrete strength f

cc

25 N/mm

2

. For higher concrete strengths, higher loadings be may possible if

supported by testing.

Recommended loads are based on failure of the fastener anchorage in the concrete. Thickness and

quality of the fastened material may lower the loadings.

Observance of all pre-drilling requirements, fastened thickness limits, and recommended details.

The recommended loads in the table refer to the resistance of the shank cross-section. The loads acting

on the cross-section (N' and V') are influenced by the characteristics and arrangement of the part or

material fastened and may not be the same as the loads acting on the fastened part or material (N and V)

The existence and/or magnitude of moment acting on the fastener shank (M') is influenced by the

characteristics and arrangement of the fastened part or material.

Arrangements to reduce or

prevent moment on shank:

Arrangement causing

moment to act on shank:

Non-symmetric arrangement

InstaIIation DetaiIs and Fastening Inspection

X-M6H/M8H

Pre-drill with drill bit TX-C-5/23B Fastening Ìnspection Tightening torque

h

NVS

= L - h

ET

h

ET

= 37 2

Trec

X-M6H 6.5 Nm

M8H 10 Nm

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DNH 37, X-DKH 48

Pre-driIIing detaiIs (not through fastened material) Nail placement

tI [mm] Drill- bit

DNH 37 2 TX-C-5/18

tI [mm] Drill- bit

X-DKH 48 5 TX-C-5/23B

Place nails so that heads and washers

bear tightly against each other and

against the fastened material

h

NVS

4 mm

Details valid for C20/25 - C45/55

(f

cc

= 25 - 55 N/mm

2

/ f

c

= 20 - 45 N/mm

2

)

The DX-Kwik system has been successfully used in concrete with a

cube strength of f

c

= 70 N/mm

2

Pre-driIIing detaiIs (through fastened material)

tI [mm] Drill bit

X-DKH 48 2 TX-C-5/23B

Details valid for C20/25 ÷ C30/35 (f

cc

= 25 ÷ 35 N/mm

2

/ f

c

= 20 ÷ 30 N/mm

2

)

Spacing and Edge Distances

Pairs

Reinforced* non-reinforced

c 100 150

Row along edge

Reinforced* non-reinforced

c 80 150

General (e.g. group of fasteners)

Reinforced* non-reinforced

c 80 150

a 80 100

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X-CRM8-__-12 FP10 X-CRM8-__-12 P8 X-CRM6/CRW6-__-12 FP8

X-CRM6/CRW6-__-27 FP8

X-CRM8-__-12 P8

X-CRM8-__-42 P8

Material specification

Shank: CrNiMo alloy

f

u

1850 N/mm

2

Threaded sleeve: A4 (AlSÌ 316)

Zinc coating to facilitate anchoring in concrete

(X-CRM8-__-42): 5 ÷ 13 m

Washers/

guidance sleeve: Polyethylene

Approvals

DÌBt (Germany): X-CRM8-__-42 P8 (DX-Kwik)

ABS, LR: all types

Note: Technical data presented in these approvals and design guidelines reflect specific

local conditions and may differ from those published in this handbook.

Fastening tools See fastener selection

AppIications

Base plates for

pipe rings

Ìnstallation rails Facade brackets Special purpose

connections

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Fastener SeIection

Designation

1)

Lg [mm] Ls [mm] Base material

DX-tools

X-CRM6-11-12 FP8 9 11.5

X-CRM6-22-12 FP8 20 11.5

X-CRW6-11-12 FP8 9 11.5

X-CRW6-22-12 FP8 20 11.5

Steel

X-CRM6-11-27 FP8 9 26.5

X-CRM6-22-27 FP8 20 26.5

X-CRW6-11-27 FP8 9 26.5

X-CRW6-22-27 FP8 20 26.5

Concrete

X-CRM8-11-12 P8 10 11.5

X-CRM8-22-12 P8 21 11.5

Steel

X-CRM8-14-42 P8 14 42

X-CRM8-22-42 P8 22 42

Concrete, DX-Kwik

Method (pre-drilled)

DX 460 126

DX 36 M 129

X-CRM8-9-12 P8 9 12.5

X-CRM8-15-12 P8 15 12.5

DX 460 126

X-CRM8-9-12 FP10 9 12.5

X-CRM8-15-12 FP10 15 12.5

Steel

DX 460 126

DX 76 130

DX 750 132

1) Type threading: M = metric; W6 = Whitworth 1/4¨

Recommended Loads

DX-Standard method

DX-Kwik method

Fastening to concrete

X-CRM6/W6-__-27 FP8 (no pre-drilling)

Nrec [kN] Vrec [kN] Mrec [Nm]

0.4 0.4 4.3

Conditions:

Minimum 5 fastenings per fastened unit

Fastening to steel

X-CRM6/W6/M8-__-12 FP8

Nrec [kN] Vrec [kN] Mrec [Nm]

X-CRM6/W6 1.6 1.4 4.3

X-CRM8 1.8 1.8 5.5

Conditions:

Single point fastening design allowed. But for

safety relevant fastenings sufficient redundancy

of the entire system is required.

Fastening to concrete (pre-drilling)

X-CRM8-__-42 FP8 (pre-drilling)

Nrec,1 [kN] Nrec,2 [kN] Vrec [kN] Mrec [Nm]

3.0 0.9 3.0 5.5

Conditions:

N

rec,1

: concrete in compressive zone

N

rec,2

: concrete in tension zone

Single point fastening design allowed

f

cc

20 N/mm

2

Observance of all pre-drilling requirements

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Arrangements to reduce or

prevent moment on shank:

Arrangement causing

moment to act on shank:

AppIication Iimits on steeI

DX 460

/ X-CRM6-xx-12 FP8 (impact-/co-act. operation)

/ X-CRM8-14-12 P8 (impact-/co-act. operation)

X-CRM8-22-12 P8

Minimum steel thickness t

ÌÌ

= 6.0 mm

X-CRM8-9-12 and X-CRM8-15-12 data see chapter X-FCM 51 ff

InstaIIation DetaiIs and Fastening Inspection

Fastening to steeI

Penetration depth Tightening torque

h

ET

= 10 ÷ 13 mm

h

NVS

= L - h

ET

X-CRM6/W6 X-CRM8

Trec 5 Nm 8.5 Nm

GeneraI Conditions for recommended Ioads

Predominantly static loading

Observance of all application limitations and recommendations.

Strength of fastened material must be limiting.

The recommended loads in the table refer to the resistance of the shank cross-section. The loads acting on

the cross-section (N' and V') are influenced by the characteristics and arrangement of the part or material

fastened and may not be the same as the loads acting on the fastened part or material (N and V).

The existence and/or magnitude of moment acting on the fastener shank (M') is influenced by the

characteristics and arrangement of the fastened part or material.

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Fastening to concrete

DX-Kwik (pre-drilling)

X-CRM8-__-42 FP8

DX-Standard

(no pre-drilling)

X-CRM6/W6-__-27 FP8

Pre-drill Penetration depth Tightening torque

h

ET

= 42 2

h

NVS

= L - h

ET

T

rec

= 4 Nm

h

NVS

= L - h

ET

h

ET

= 42 2

T

rec

= 10 Nm

Spacing and Edge Distances [mm]

Fastening to steeI

c, s 15 mm

Fastening to concrete

Pairs

Reinforced* non-reinforced

c 100 150

Row along edge

Reinforced* non-reinforced

c 80 150

General (e.g. group of fasteners)

Reinforced* non-reinforced

c 80 150

a 80 100

* Minimum 6 reinforcing steel continuous along all edges and around all corners.

Edge bars must be enclosed by stirrups.

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X-IE WaII InsuIation Fastener

X-IE 6 HDT 90

Material specification

Plate: HDPE, colorless Nail: Carbon steel shank: HRC 58 ± 1

HDPE, black (BK) Zinc coating: 10 ÷ 14 m

Approvals SOCOTEC WX 1530 (France)

Comment: European Technical Approvals for the fasteners XI-FV (ETA-03/0004) and

SX-FV (ETA-03/0005) for use in ETÌCS are available

Note: Technical data presented in these approvals and design guidelines reflect specific local conditions and may differ from those published in

this handbook.

Fastening tools DX 460 ÌE 126

AppIications

Composite thermal

insulation

Ìnsulation behind curtain

walls

Moisture barriers /

drainage plates

Expansion joint material

X-ÌE Wall Ìnsulation Fastener

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Fastener seIection

Program

Designation Fastener LS [mm] L [mm]

X-IE 6-25 PH 47 47 25

X-IE 6-30 PH 52 52 30

X-IE 6-35 PH 52 52 35

X-IE 6-40 PH 52 52 40

Sizes in 5 mm increments

X-IE 6-80 PH 52 52 80

X-IE 6-90 PH 52 52 90

X-IE 6-100 PH 52 52 100

X-IE 6-120 PH 72 72 120

X-IE 6-140 PH 72 72 140

Select L = t

I

For intermediate thicknesses, use next shorter

X-IE.

Use extension plate HDT 90 / HDT 90 BK for

soft insulation.

Recommended Loads

Ìnsulation thickness tI [mm]

40 45 50 60 70 75 80 100 120 140

X-IE 6 Shear, Vrec [N]

Polystyrol [15 kg/mm

3

] 150 200 250 300 300 325 350 350 350 350

Styrofoam [15 kg/mm

3

] 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600

Pullover, N

rec

[N]

Polystyrol [15 kg/mm

3

] 250 270 290 300 300 300 300 300 300 300

Styrofoam [15 kg/mm

3

] 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300

HDT 90 Pullover, Nrec [N]

Mineral wool [ 7.5 kN/m

2

]* 135 135 135 135 135 135 135

Mineral wool [ 15 kN/m

2

]* 250 250 250 250 250 250 250

*) Tensile Strength mt according to DÌN EN 1607

When base material properties are questionable, jobsite qualification a necessary

AppIication Limits - Base MateriaI

Concrete: f

cc

= 15 ÷ 45 N/mm

2

aggregate size 32 mm

Sand-Iime masonry: f

cc

= 15 ÷ 45 N/mm

2

CIinker brick work: f

cc

= 28 ÷ 45 N/mm

2

SteeI: f

u

= 360 ÷ 540 N/mm

2

t

II

= 4 ÷ 6 mm

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Fastening Inspections

Ìnsulation thickness tI [mm]

40 45 50 60 70 75 80 100 120 140

Concrete hET = 25 ÷ 29 mm

xmin [mm] 10 15 20 30 40 45 50 70 70 90

x

max

[mm] 14 19 24 34 44 49 54 74 74 94

Steel and sand-lime hET = 20 ÷ 24 mm

xmin [mm] 5 10 15 25 35 40 45 65 65 85

xmax [mm] 9 14 19 29 39 44 49 69 69 89

Recognition of placing failures Visual check immediately after fastening

Fastener rebounds Fastener remains on tool* Correct: Top hat crushed Incorrect: Top hat not crushed

*) XI-FV and SX-FV with placing failure indication

InstaIIation DetaiIs

1. Load X-IE on cycled tool 2. Push the X-IE all the way into

the insulation

3. Pull the trigger to fasten

X-SW Soft Washer Fastener

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X-SW Soft Washer Fastener

X-SW 30 X-SW 60 Material specification

Plate: PE

Nail:

Carbon steel shank: HRC 52.5 1

Zinc coating: 5÷ 13 m

Fastening tools See fastener selection

AppIications

Membranes and drainage

plates

Ìnsulation up to 30 mm

thick

Nets, fabric and

similar

Plastic corrugated sheets

Fastener seIection

Program

Designation L

s

[mm] DX-tools

X-SW 30 ZF 37 37

X-SW 30 ZF 47 47

X-SW 30 ZF 62 62

X-SW 60 ZF 37 37

X-SW 60 ZF 47 47

X-SW 60 ZF 62 62

DX 460 126

DX 36 M 129

DX-E 72 129

X-SW 30

X-SW 60

DX 460-MX 126 with collated X-ZF

nails (3.5 mm shank diameter)

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Fastening to concrete

X-SW 30 for stronger, less damageable material.

X-SW 60 for more easily damaged material (i.e.

aluminium foil, nets, paper, etc.)

Select ZF 37, ZF 47 and ZF 62 according to base

material conditions and fastened thickness

For unusual applications, X-SW with other nail available on order

Example 1: t

I

= 40 and normal concrete X-ZF 72

Example 2: t

I

5 and steel base material X-EDNI 22

Recommended Loads

N

rec

= 300N V

rec

= 300N Design conditions:

1. Minimum 5 fastenings per fastened unit.

2. Predominantly static loading.

3. Design loads valid for nail pullout strength. Fastened material has to be

considered separately.

4. Valid for concrete of f

c

= 30 N/mm

2

InstaIIation DetaiIs

1. Load X-SW fastener on cyclic

tool

2. Press the X-SW against the

surface

3. Pull the trigger to fasten

X-FS Form Stop

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X-FS Form Stop

Nail zinc coating: 5 - 13 m

AppIications

Positioning concrete forms on concrete surfaces. Leave

in place, grey polyethylene is non rusting, nearly

invisible and non-conductive.

X-FS is nailable and useable for minor forming

applications

Fastener SeIection

Program

Designation

LS

[mm]

Nail shank

diameter

DX-tools

Applicable base

materials

Remarks

X-FS ZF 52 52

normal concrete

X-FS ZF 72 72

3.5 mm

green concrete

X-FS DNI 52 52 3.7 mm

DX 460 126

DX 36 M 129

DX-E 72 129 high-strength concrete

For unusual

applications, X-FS

available with other nails

on special order

X-FS MX

DX 460-MX

126

X-FS without nail for fastening with collated nails.

Recommended Working Loads

V

rec

= 400 N

(Predominantly static, however,

vibration from concrete

compacting allowed)

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InstaIIation DetaiI

1. Mark out unit to be concreted 2. Place X-FS tangent to

marked out lines.

3. Position forms against X-FS.

X-GC Gunite Clip

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X-GC Gunite CIip

X-GC ZF 37 X-ZF 37

AppIications

Position reinforcing steel on

concrete, gunite, or masonry

surfaces. Leave-in-place, grey

polyethylene is non-rusting,

nearIy invisibIe, and non-

contacting. New and existing

reinforcing are electrically

separated, even when a nail hits

and existing bar,

Concrete repair Canal repair

Recommended Loads

One-wire ties Two-wire ties

Vrec [kN] Nrec [kN] Wire [mm] Vrec [kN] Nrec [kN]

0.1 0.1 0.8 0.2 0.2

0.2 0.2 1.0 0.4 0.4

0.2 0.2 1.5 0.4 0.4

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InstaIIation DetaiI

1. Load X-GC on the tool 2. Place X-GC's along lines of reinforcing bars to be tied off.

3. The reinforcing bars off to the

X-GC's

4. Place concrete

AIternate detaiI

To space the new reinforcing more than

20 mm from the existing concrete

surface, use a length of plastic tubing

(outer diameter: 25 mm)

X-HS, X-CC Hanger System

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X-HS Threaded Hanger and X-CC Loop Hanger Systems

X-HS DKH 48 P8S15

X-CC

X-DNI 32 P8

X-AL-H 27 P8

X-EDNI 19 P8

Material specification

X-HS / X-CC: Zinc coating: 10 m

Nail: Zinc coating: 5 ÷ 13 m

Carbon steel shank: HRC 58 1 X-HS M __ DKH, X-HS M/W __ AL, X-AL 27 P8

HRC 55.5 1 X-HS M/W __ DNI, X-HS M/W __ EDNI, X-CC DNI/EDNI __ P8

Fastening tools DX 460-F8 126 , DX 36 M 129

Approvals

ÌBMB (Germany): X-HS with X-DKH

SOCOTEC (France): X-HS/X-CC with X-DKH

CSTB (France): X-HS M6 with X-AL-H 27

Lloyds Register: X-HS

Note: Technical data presented in these approvals and design guidelines

reflect specific local conditions and may differ from those published in this

handbook.

AppIications

Threaded rod attachments to concrete and steel Wire attachments to concrete and steel

These zinc coated fasteners are not suitable for long-term service outdoors or in otherwise corrosive environments.

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Fastener seIection

Designation Shank

dS [mm]

Shank length

*)

LS [mm]

L [mm] Base material

X-HS M6-DKH 48 P8S15

X-HS M8-DKH 48 P8S15

X-HS M10-DKH 48 P8S15

4.0 48 50.0

Concrete

pre-drilled

X-HS M6-DNI 32 P8S15

X-HS M8-DNI 32 P8S15

X-HS M10-DNI 32 P8S15

X-HS W6-DNI 32 P8S15

X-HS W10-DNI 32 P8S15

32 33.9 Concrete

X-HS M6-EDNI 19 P8S15

X-HS M8-EDNI 19 P8S15

X-HS M10-EDNI 19 P8S15

X-HS W6-EDNI 19 P8S15

X-HS W10-EDNI 19 P8S15

3.7

19 21.4 Steel

X-HS M6-AL-H 27 P8S15

X-HS M8-AL-H 27 P8S15

X-HS W10-AL-H 27 P8S15

4.5 27 30.5 Hard old concrete

X-CC DKH 48 P8S15 4.0 48 50.0 Concrete pre-drilled

X-CC DNI 27 P8 27 28.9

X-CC DNI 32 P8 32 33.9

Concrete

X-CC EDNI 16 P8 26 18.4 Steel

X-CC AL-H 27 P8

3.7

27 30.5 Hard old concrete

Type of threading : M = metric ; W6, W10 = Whitworth 1/4'' ; 3/8''

*) Standard shank diameters and shank lengths. Other combinations available on special order.

Recommended Loads

DX-Kwik in concrete (with pre-driIIing) or steeI

Fastener

X-HS __ DKH 48

X-HS __ EDNI 19

X-CC DKH 48

X-CC EDNI 16 P8

Nrec = Vrec = 0.9 kN

X-HS

Conditions:

Predominantly static loading.

Single point fastening design.

Concrete strength fc 20 N/mm

2

(fcc 25 N/mm

2

).

Strength of fastened material is not limiting.

Observance of all application limitations and recommendations

(especially pre-drilling requirements).

X-CC

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DX Standard (without pre-driIIing)

Fastener

X-HS __ DNÌ 32

Nrec = Vrec = 0.4 kN

X-HS __AL-H 27

X-CC DNÌ 27/32

X-CC __ AL-H 27

Nrec = 0.2 kN*

Vrec = 0.4 kN

X-HS

Conditions:

Minimum 5 fastenings per fastened unit (normal weight concrete).

Can increase N

rec

and V

rec

to 0.6 kN (N

rec

= 0.3 kN for X-CC) for 8 or more

fastenings per fastened unit.

All visible failures must be replaced.

With lightweight concrete base material and appropriate washers, greater

loading may be possible, inquire at Hilti.

Predominantly static loading.

Observance of all application limitations and recommendations.

*) eccentric loading considered

X-CC

InstaIIation DetaiIs

X-HS

1. Attach the

threaded rod to

the X-HS before

fastening

2. For DKH 48 pre-

drill

( 5 x 23)

3. Load the

assembly into the

tool

4. Locate the nail,

compress the tool,

pull the trigger

and the fastening

is complete

5. Bend the X-HS

assembly down

to the vertical

position

X-CC

1. Assemble the

wire with the

X-CC

2. For DKH 48 or

DNH 37 pre-drill

( 5 x 23 or

5 x 18)

3. Load the

assembly into the

tool

4. Locate the nail,

compress the tool,

pull the trigger

and the fastening

is complete

5. Adjust the wire

as required

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EIectricaI Hanger Systems X-HS MX and X-CC MX

X-HS MX X-CC MX

X-GHP 20 X-GN 27 X-EGN 14 X-DNI 22/27 X-EDNI 16

Material specification

X-HS MX / X-CC MX: Zinc coating: 10 m Nail: see fastener selection

Fastening tools See fastener selection

AppIications

Hanger systems for cable trays, etc.

- Threaded rod attachments

- Wire attachments

These zinc coated fasteners are not suitable for long-term

service outdoors or in otherwise corrosive environments.

Fastener seIection

Designation

Nails

Material specification Base material Tools

X-DNI 22

HRC 55.5 1

Zinc coating 5 ÷ 13 m

DX 460-MX 126

DX 351-MX 128

X-GHP 20

HRC 58 1

Zinc coating 2 ÷ 8 m

Concrete

GX 100-E 135

X-DNI 27

HRC 55.5 1

Zinc coating 5 ÷ 13 m

DX 460-MX 126

DX 351-MX 128

X-GN 27

HRC 53.5 1

Zinc coating 2 ÷ 8 m

Masonry

GX 100-E 135

X-EGN 14

HRC 58 1

Zinc coating 2 ÷ 8 m

GX 100-E 135

X-HS M6 / W6 MX

&

X-CC MX

X-EDNI 16

HRC 55.5 1

Zinc coating 5 ÷ 13 m

Steel

DX 460-MX 126

DX 351-MX 128

X-HS MX, X-CC MX Hanger System

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Recommended Loads

Fastener Recommended Loads Conditions

X-HS MX Nrec = Vrec = 100 N

X-CC

Nrec = 50 N*

Vrec = 100 N

Minimum 5 fastenings per fastened unit (normal weight concrete).

Can increase Nrec and Vrec to 150 N (Nrec = 75 N for X-CC) for 8 or more

fastenings per fastened unit.

All visible failures must be replaced.

Valid for masonry and concrete fc 45 N/mm

2

/ fcc 55 N/mm

2

With lightweight concrete base material and appropriate washers, greater loading

may be possible, inquire at Hilti.

Predominantly static loading.

Observance of all application limitations and recommendations.

*) eccentric loading considered

Note: Recommended loads are based on test data with the Gas nail X-GHP 20 and have been calculated with a statistical, so called Monte Carlo

simulation method. This method is used to ensure a save fastening taking into account high scatter and concrete failure.

Test Data - X-HS MX with X-GHP 20 Gas NaiI

Nail Average tensile failure load Scatter Embedment depth Concrete strength

X-GHP 20 Nu,m = 1.6 kN 52 % hET = 14 mm fcc = 52.2 N/mm

2

InstaIIation DetaiIs

X-HS MX

1. Load the X-HS into the tool 2. Locate the nail, compress the tool,

pull the trigger and the fastening is

complete

3. Attach the rod and bend the X-HS

assembly down to the vertical

position

X-CC MX

1. Assemble the wire with

the X-CC

2. Load the assembly into

the tool

3. Locate the nail,

compress the tool,

pull the trigger and the

fastening is complete

4. Adjust the wire as

required

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X-EKB, X-ECH EIectricaI CabIe Fasteners

X-EKB 8 X-EKB 16

X-DNI-H X-ECH-S X-ECH-M

X-ECH-L/FR-L X-EKB MX 4 / 8 / 16 X-EKB MX 4

X-GHP 20 X-GN 27 X-EGN 14 X-DNI 22/27 X-EDNI 16

Material specification See Fastener selection

Fastening Tools See Fastener selection

Approvals:

CSTB (France): X-EKB 8/X-EKB 16 with X-DNÌ-H 37

X-ECH with X-DNÌ-H 37

Note: Technical data presented in these approvals and design guidelines reflect

specific local conditions and may differ from those published in this handbook.

AppIications

X-EKB for fastening cables to concrete X-ECH for fastening bunched cables

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Fastener SeIection

Designation Material specification

Tools

X-EKB 8-DNI H37

X-EKB 8-DNI H42

Polyamide (halogen & silicon free), light grey RAL 7035

X-EKB 8-FWI-DNI H37

X-EKB 8-FWI-DNI H42

Polyamide (halogen & silicon free, flame retardant),

stone grey RAL 7030

X-EKB 16-DNI H37

X-EKB 16-DNI H42

Polyamide (halogen & silicon free), light grey RAL 7035

X-EKB 16-FWI-DNI H37

X-EKB 16-FWI-DNI H42

Polyamide (halogen & silicon free, flame retardant),

stone grey RAL 7030

X-DNI-H37 NaiI

X-DNI-H37 NaiI

Nail shank: Carbon steel, HRC 58 1, Galvanized 5÷13 m

Sleeve/Thimble: Carbon steel, not hardened, Galvanized 5÷13 m

X-ECH-S DNI H37

X-ECH-S DNI H42

Polyamide (halogen & silicon free), light grey RAL 7035

X-ECH/FR-S DNI-H37

X-ECH/FR-S DNI-H42

Polyamide (halogen & silicon free, flame retardant),

stone grey RAL 7030

X-ECH-M DNI-H37

X-ECH-M DNI-H42

Polyamide (halogen & silicon free), light grey RAL 7035

X-ECH/FR-M DNI-H37

X-ECH/FR-M DNI-H42

Polyamide (halogen & silicon free, flame retardant),

stone grey RAL 7030

X-ECH-L DNI-H37

X-ECH-L DNI-H42

Polyamide (halogen & silicon free), light grey RAL 7035

X-ECH/FR-L DNI-H37

X-ECH/FR-L DNI-H42

Polyamide (halogen & silicon free, flame retardant),

stone grey RAL 7030

DX 460-F8

126

DX 351-F8

128

X-EKB MX 4/8/16 DNI

Carbon steel:

HRC 55.5 1 - X-DNI 22/27, X-EDNI 16

Zinc coating:

5-13 m - X-DNI 22/27, X-EDNI 16

DX 460-MX

126

DX 351-MX

128

X-EKB MX 4/8/16 with X-

GHP, X-GN, X-EGN

PA light grey RAL

7035 and flame

retardant (FR) stone

grey RAL 7030

materials available

Carbon steel

HRC 58 1 - X-GHP 20, X-EGN 14

HRC 53.5 1 - X-GN 27

Zinc coating:

2-8 m - X-GHP 20, X-EGN 14, X-GN 27

GX 100-E 135

X-EKB: Securing eIectricaI cabIes to concrete ceiIings and waIIs

Max. capacity (number of cables in one X-EKB) at spacing of 50 ÷ 100 mm

Number of wires/cables & wire sizes

Designation

NYM 3 x 1.5 mm

2

(Ø 8 mm) NYM 5 x 1.5 mm

2

(Ø 10 mm)

X-EKB 4 5 3

X-EKB 8 8 5

X-EKB 16 16 10

X-ECH: Laying cabIe on ceiIings and waIIs

Max. capacity (Number of 10mm cables / X-ECH) at spacing of 60 ÷ 80 mm

Designation Number of cables

X-ECH-S DNI-H __ & X-ECH/FR-S DNI-H __ 10 ÷ 15

X-ECH-M DNI-H __ & X-ECH/FR-M DNI-H __ 20 ÷ 25

X-ECH-L DNI-H __ & X-ECH/FR-L DNI-H __ 30 - 35

Conditions:

For concrete C12/15 to C45/55 (fcc 15 N/mm

2

to 55 N/mm

2

/ fc 12 N/mm

2

to 45 N/mm

2

), aggregate size 32 mm

All visible placing failures have to replaced

Damaged X-ECH have to replaced

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AppIication Limits

Placing failure rates: Concrete quality & Aggregate size

C20/25* & 0/32 C30/37* & 0/16 C45/55* & 0/16

X-EKB & X-ECH with DNI 8 % 5 % 7 %

X-EKB MX with

X-GHP & X-GN

15 % 15 % 25 %

*fcc 25, 37, 55 N/mm

2

; fc 20, 30, 45 N/mm

2

Fastening Inspections

X-EKB Fastening quality X-ECH Fastening quality

hNVS = 7 2 mm hNVS = 7 2 mm

InstaIIation DetaiIs

X-EKB

1. Load X-EKB in the

tool

2. Apply clasp to surface

with tool

3. Compress tool and pull

the trigger

4. Lift arm and put the

cables in place

Spacing: approximately 50 ÷ 100 cm (Adjust as necessary to control cable sag)

X-ECH

1. Load X-ECH in the

tool

2. Apply the X-ECH to the

surface with tool

3. Compress tool and pull

the trigger

4. Ìntroduce the cables

Stacking X-ECH

1. Attach an X-ECH-S

and press to ¨click¨

2. Ìntroduce the cables

Possible:

X-ECH-S on X-ECH-S

X-ECH-S on X-ECH-M

Not possible:

X-ECH-M on X-ECH-S

X-ECH-M on X-ECH-M

Spacing: approximately 60 ÷ 80 cm (Reduce as necessary to limit sagging)

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X-EFC 1 X-FB DNI 27 ZF 27 X-GHP 20

X-FB X-FB MX (X-BX/X-EMTC) X-DFB X-GN 27

Material specification

See Fastener selection

Fastening Tools

See Fastener selection

AppIications

X-EFC for fastening flexible conduits X-FB for rigid conduits

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Fastener SeIection

Designation d [mm]

W

[mm]

H [mm] Material specification DX-tools

X-EFC 1 DNI 27 ---- ---- ---- Polyethylene, grey DX 460 126

X-FB 8-DNI27 / MX 8 31 10

X-BX

3

/

8

" MX 10 (

3

/8¨) 33 12

X-FB 11-DNI27 MX 11 34 13

X-FB 13-DNI27 X-EMTC ½" MX 13 (½¨) 42 15

X-FB 16-DNI27 X-FB 16 MX 16 44 18

X-FB 18-DNI27/ -ZF27 18 46 20

X-EMTC ¾" MX 19 (¾¨) 47 21

X-FB 20-DNI27 / -ZF27 X-FB 20 MX 20 48 22

X-FB 22-DNI27 / -ZF27 X-FB 22 MX 22 50 24

X-FB 24-DNI27 / -ZF27 24 52 26

X-FB 25-DNI27 / MX X-EMTC 1" 25 (1'') 53 27

X-FB 28-DNI27 / -ZF27 X-FB 28 MX 28 56 30

X-FB 32-DNI27 / MX 32 58 34

X-FB 35-DNI27 35 64 37

X-FB 40-DNI27 X-FB 40 MX 40 69 42

X-FB 50-DNI27 50 77 52

X-DFB 16-DNI27 16 66 15

X-DFB 18-DNI 27/-ZF 27 18 70 18

X-DFB 20-DNI 27/-ZF 27 20 75 20

X-DFB 22-DNI 27/-ZF 27 22 79 22

X-DFB 24-DNI 27/-ZF 27 24 83 24

X-DFB 28-DNI 27/-ZF 27 28 91 28

X-DFB 35-DNI 27 35 106 30

X-DFB 40-DNI 27 40 116 37

galvanized steel sheet

fu = 270-420 N/mm

2

,

10 ÷ 20 m

zinc coating

X-FB 26/30-DNI 27 26 58 42

X-FB 30/40-DNI 27 30 62 40

X-FB 35/40-DNI 27 35 68 40

Steel sheet, DD11

per EN 10111

Zn coating 5 m

DNI 27 NaiI Nail shank : Carbon steel, HRC 55.5 1 Zinc coating: 5-13 m

ZF 27 NaiI Nail shank : Carbon steel, HRC 52 1 Zinc coating: 5-13 m

DX 460-F8

126

DX 351-F8 128

DX-E 72 129

and

DX 460-MX 126

DX 351-MX 128

for

X-FB __MX

X-GHP 20 NaiI Nail shank : Carbon steel, HRC 58 1 Zinc coating: 2-8 m

X-GN 27 NaiI Nail shank : Carbon steel, HRC 53.5 1 Zinc coating: 2-8 m

GX 100-E 135

X-EFC: Fastening fIexibIe conduit to concrete fIoors, ceiIings, waIIs

Capacity (number of conduits to one X-EFC clamp)

Conduits size

16 20 25 32

X-EFC 1 1 1 1 1

X-EFC 2 1 to 3 1 or 2 1 or 2 none!

X-FB/DFB: Fastening of eIectricaI conduits, sewage pipes and heating, tubes to concrete

Capacity:

conduit d

Nail choice: X-ZF for f

c

30 N/mm

2

X-DNI for f

c

40 N/mm

2

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Fastening Inspections

Nailhead not protruding

InstaIIation DetaiIs

X-EFC:

1. Load X-EFC in the tool 2. Position against the conduit 3. Compress tool, pull the trigger

and the conduit is fastened

Spacing: Space fastenings as needed to control sag and maintain alignment

X-FB/DFB:

Same as for X-EFC but with standard tool equipment

Spacing: As needed to limit sagging and get paper alignment

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X-ECT MX EIectricaI CabIe Tie, X-EKS MX and X-EMTSC Conduit CIip Fastener

X-ECT MX X-EKS MX X-EMTSC

X-GHP 20 X-GN 27 X-EGN 14 X-DNI 22/27 X-EDNI 16

Material specification

X-ECT and X-EKS: Polyamide (halogen & silicon free), light grey RAL 7035 and PBT (silicon free, flame

retardant), stone grey RAL 7030

X-EMTSC: galvanized steel sheet f

u

= 270-420 N/mm

2

, 10 ÷ 20 m zinc coating

Nails:

Carbon Steel HRC 58 1 X-GHP 20, X-EGN 14

HRC 53.5 1 X-GN 27

HRC 55.5 1 X-DNI 22/27, X-EDNI 16

Zink coating 2-8 m X-GHP 20, X-EGN 14, X-GN 27

5-13 m X-DNI 22/27, X-EDNI 16

AppIication

X-ECT MX, X-EKS MX, X-EMTSC

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Fastener SeIection

Designation Nail Base Material DX-tool

X-DNI 22/27 MX Concrete and sandlime masonry

X-EDNI 16 MX Steel

DX 460-MX 126

DX 351-MX 128

X-GHP 20 MX Concrete

X-GN 27 MX Sandlime masonry

X-ECT,

X-EKS or

X-EMTSC

X-EGN 14 MX Steel

GX 100-E 135

MX - collated nails for Magazine

Suitable cables with X-ECT fastener

Cable Type Cable measure No. of cables

NYM 3x1.5 8 mm 14

NYM 5x1.5 10 mm 10

Suitable conduits with X-EMTSC fastener

Conduit type Conduit size No. of Conduits

1/2" - 1" 1/2¨ ÷ 1¨ 1

X-EKS Tube with max. no. of cables

NYM 3x1.5

8 mm

NYM 5x1.5

10 mm

X-EKS 16 MX 2 1

X-EKS 20 MX 3 2

X-EKS 25 MX 4 3

X-EKS 32 MX 6 4

X-EKS 40 MX 9 6

InstaIIation DetaiIs

1. Load X-EKS,X-ECT or X-

EMTSC in the tool.

2. Apply X-EKS,X-ECT or

X-EMTSC to surface

with tool, compress the

tool and pull the trigger.

3. Turn down the X-EKS

clip or assemble a

cable binder into the

X- ECT

4. Fasten the cable to

the X-EKS clip, the

X-ETC or the X-EMTSC

(Example: X-EKS)

(Example: X-EKS)

Spacing:

50 ÷ 100 cm along the cable tie

Adjust spacing as needed to achieve stability of cable tie

X-ET for Cable Trays

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X-ET for Fastening PIastic EIectricaI CabIe Trays and Junction Boxes

X-ET DNIK-H27 DNIK-H27 X-ET MX

w x l x h = 16.5x16.5x12 mm

Material specification

X-ET Polyethylene

X-ET MX Polyamide

Carbon steel shank: HRC 58 1

Zinc coating: Galvanized 5 ÷ 13 m

Sleeve / Thimble: Carbon steel, not hardened

Zinc coating: Galvanized 10 ÷ 20 m

AppIication

Fastener SeIection

Designation DX-tool

X-ET DNIK-H27

DNIK-H27 Nail

DX 460-F8 126

X-ET MX

GX 100-E 135, DX 460-MX 126,

DX 351-MX27 128

Conditions for use:

No fastenings on ribs

Underside of trunking

must be smooth

Base material:

- Concrete

- Sandlime masonry

X-ET MX only in pre-

drilled holes

Trunking dimensions:

tI 2 mm PVC

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InstaIIation DetaiIs

1. Load X-ET in the tool. 2. Apply X-ET to surface

with tool, compress the

tool and pull the trigger.

3. Nailheads should be

below top of X-ET

4. Cables can be laid right

over the fastenings

.

Spacing:

50 ÷ 100 cm along the trunking

Adjust spacing as needed to achieve stability of trunking

NaiIs for EIectricaI AppIications - X-GHP, X-GN, X-DNI, X-EGN, X-EDNI

X-GHP 20 MX X-GN 27 MX X-DNI 22/27 MX X-EGN 14 MX X-EDNI 16 MX

Fastenings to concrete Fastenings to steel

Recommended Loads

Fastenings to concrete

NaiIs N

rec

= V

rec

h

ET

400 N 27 mm X-GN 27 MX,

X-DNI 27 MX 300 N 22 mm

X-DNI 22 MX 200 N 18 mm

X-GHP 20 MX 100 N 14 mm

Conditions:

Minimum 5 fastenings per fastened unit

All visible failures must be replaced

Fastenings to steeI

NaiIs N

rec

V

rec

h

ET

X-EGN 14 MX 400 N 400 N 10 mm

X-EDNI 16 MX 1.6 N 2.6 kN 10 mm

Conditions:

Redundancy (multiple fastening) must be provided.

Failure of the fastened part is not considered in these

values of Nrec and Vrec.

Valid for predominantly static loading

Test Data for HiIti NaiIs - ExampIes

Fastenings to concrete

Nail Average Tensile failure load Scatter Embedment depth Concrete strength

X-GHP 20 MX Nu,m = 1.61 kN 52.0 % h

ET

= 14.0 mm f

cc

= 52.2 N/mm

2

X-GN 27 MX Nu,m = 1.91 kN 47.1 % hET = 19.2 mm fcc = 23.7 N/mm

2

X-DNÌ 22 Nu,m = 3.41 kN 21.2 % h

ET

= 19.5 mm f

cc

= 93.2 N/mm

2

X-DNÌ 27 Nu,m = 4.14 kN 49.7 % hET = 25.5 mm fcc = 47.1 N/mm

2

Fastenings to steeI

Nail Average Tensile failure load Scatter

Embedment

depth

steel thickness steel strength

X-EGN 14 MX Nu,m = 3.62 kN 13.7 % hET = 8.6 mm tÌÌ = 6 mm fu = 543 N/mm

2

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Fastener for SpeciaI AppIications

X-CR StainIess SteeI NaiIs for Fastening to SteeI

X-CR __ P8

X-CR 14 D12

X-CR __ S12

Material specification

Shank: CR-500 (CrNiMo alloy) f

u

1850 N/mm

2

Cr 23.5%; Ni 14.5%; Mo ; Mn 3.5%

Steel washers: X2CrNiMo 18143, f

u

490 N/mm

2

Cr 17%; Ni 12.5%; Mo 2.5

Plastic washers: Polyethylene

Approvals

DÌBt (Germany): X-CR 14 P8 with DX 450 (125%)

ABS, LR: all types

Fastening tools See fastener selection

AppIications

For fastening exposed to weather or other corrosive conditions

Wall ties Ìnstallation rails Facade brackets

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Fastener SeIection

Base material

Fixed material thickness tI [mm] Fastener

Ls hET DX tools

thickness tII 1 2 3 4

5

6 8 9 11 12 [mm] [mm]

tÌÌ,min 6 mm

X-CR 14 P8 14

X-CR 16 P8 16

*t

II,min

5 mm

X-CR 18 P8 18

X-CR 21 P8 21

X-CR 24 P8 24

DX 460

126

*DX 450

X-CR 14 D12 14

X-CR 16 S12 16

tII,min 5 mm

X-CR 18 S12 18

X-CR 21 S12 21

X-CR 24 S12 24

9

DX450

recommended thickness Ls = h

ET

+ t

Ì

for X-CR __P8

Ls = hET + tÌ + 1 for X-CR __D12/S12

Fastening Inspection

X-CR __ P8 X-CR 14 D12 X-CR __ S12

h

ET

= L

s

- t

I

= L - t

I

- h

NVS

h

ET

= L

s

- t

I

- 1 = L - t

I

- h

NVS

h

ET

= L

s

- t

I

- 1 = L - t

I

- h

NVS

h

NVS

= 3.5 ÷ 4.5 mm h

NVS

= 4 ÷ 5 mm h

NVS

= 4 ÷ 5 mm

Recommended Loads kN

SteeI sheet fastening

Carbon steel sheet, fu 370 N/mm

2

Aluminum sheet, fu 210 N/mm

2

X-CR __ P8 X-CR __ D12/S12 X-CR __ P8 X-CR __ D12/S12

tI mm N

rec

V

rec

N

rec

V

rec tI mm N

rec

V

rec

N

rec

V

rec

0.75 1.0 1.1 1.4 1.1 0.8 0.4 0.4 0.6 0.4

1.00 1.2 1.4 1.6 1.4 1.0 0.6 0.6 0.8 0.6

1.25 1.5 1.7 1.8 1.7 1.2 0.8 0.9 1.1 0.9

2.00 2.2 2.0 2.2 2.0 1.5 1.1 1.4 1.6 1.4

2.0 1.6 1.7 1.9 1.7

Recommended working loads valid for fastened materials as shown above.

For intermediate sheet thicknesses, use recommended load for next smaller thickness.

For stainless steel sheet, use same loads as for carbon steel sheet.

Recommended loads include an overall safety factor applied to the characteristic strength.

Static test: Nrec = NRk / 3.0 Vrec = VRk / 3.0

These recommended loads are appropriate for Eurocode 1 (or similar) wind loading designs.

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Other appIications* kN

X-CR __ P8/ X-CR 14 D12

X-CR __ S12

N

rec

V

rec

M

rec

1.6 2.0 3.8

* Fastened parts: Clips, brackets, etc. with 1 or to fastenings;

thicker steel parts

Failure of fastened material is not considered in Nrec and Vrec.

Loads valid for predominantly static loading.

Forces of constraint

When fastening large pieces of steel or aluminum, the possibility of shear loadings from forces of constraint should

be considered in the fastening design. Either allow for movement or avoid exceeding V

Rk

!

Deflection due to primary loading Temperature effect

AppIication Limits - Base MateriaI

DX 450, DX 460 (Steel thickness h 5mm)

X-CR16 (t

I

3 mm)

X-CR14 (t

I

2 mm)

X-CR14 (t

I

1 mm)

X-CR14 (t

I

1 mm) with DX 460 tool

InstaIIation DetaiIs

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t

I

3 mm

Steel fastened material 3 mm

thick, usually deforms with the

displaced base material to allow a

tight fit between fastened steel and

base material without pre-drilling.

Because conditions may vary, trial

fastenings are recommended

t

I

3 mm

Without pre-drilling:

Steel fastened material 3 mm thick

is too stiff too fully deform with the

displaced base material. The gap,

which increases with increasing t

I

,

can result in bending moments

being applied to the nail shank.

To prevent imposition of a moment

on the shank of fastener, use three

fasteners in a group.

With pre-drilling:

Ìf a gap between the fastened part

and the base material is

unacceptable, the fastened part can

be prepared with drilled holes.

Spacing and Edge Distances

Rolled shapes Cold formed shapes Fastened material

Fastened material

** max. allowable bx 8 x tII

however, jobsite trails

advisable

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TooIs & Equipment

DX460 GeneraI Purpose TooI

DX 460-MX

Fastener:

X-DNI __ MX

X-ZF __ MX

SL __ MX

X-EDNI __ MX

Piston: X-460-P8 and X-460-P8W(for fastening

wood)

Cartridges:

6.8/11M ÷ black, red, yellow, green

DX 460-F8

Fastener:

X-AL-H __ P8

X-DNI __ P8

X-DNI __ P8S15/S23/S36

DNH 37 P8S15

DKH 48 P8S15

X-ZF __ P8

X-EDNI __ P8

X-CR __ P8/ P8S12

SL __ DP8

X-GC, X-FS, X-SW

X-FB, X-RE

X-EM6/EW6-__-__ FP8

X-EF7/-__-__ FP8

X-M6/W6-__-__ FP8

F7-__-__ FP8

X-EM8-__-__ P8

X-M8-__-__ P8

X-GC, X-HS

Piston: X-460-P8 and X-460-P8W(for fastening

wood)

Cartridges:

6.8/11M ÷ black, red, yellow, green (valid for all

equipment)

DX-Kwik Method

(pre-drilling into concrete)

X-M6H-__-37 FP8

M8H-__37 P8

X-CRM8-__42 FP8

Piston: X-460- PKwik

X-460-F8N15

Narrow Access Fastener Guide

( 15.2 mm x 53.2 mm)

X-AL-H

X-DNI

X-ZF

X-CR __ P8

Piston: X-460-P8

X-460-F8N10

Narrow Access Fastener Guide

(bxdxL 10.4x25.9x 50 mm)

X-AL-H

X-DNI

X-ZF

X-CR __ P8

Piston: X-460-P8

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X-460-F8S12

S12 Fastener Guide

X-DNI __ S12

X-EDNI __ S12

Piston: X-460-P8

X-460-F8SS

8 mm Stop Spall Fastener Guide

X-M6-__-__FP8

X-W6-__-__FP8

F7-__-__FP8

X-M8-__-__P8

Piston: X-460-P8

X-460-F10 X-M10/W10

DS

Piston: X-460-P10

X-460-F10SS

10 mm Stop Spall Fastener

Guide

X-M10/W10 Piston: X-460-P10

X-460-FIEL X-IE Ìnsulation Fastener Piston: X-460-PIEL

DX 460-MX SM

Fastener:

X-EDNK22-THQ12M

X-EDN19-THQ12M

X-ZF22-THS12M

Piston: X-460-PSM

Cartridges:

6.8/11M ÷ black, red, yellow

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DX 351

DX 351 with X-MX27 Ìnterior Finishing Tool

Fastener:

X-DW20/27 MX

X-DNI19/27 MX

X-ZF14/27 MX

X-EDNI16/22 MX

X-DAK16 MXSP

X-ZFAH MSP

Piston: X-P 8S-351

Cartridges:

6.8/11M ÷ red, yellow, green, white

DX 351-F8

Fastener:

X-DW20/27 TPH

X-DNI19/47 P8

X-ZF14/47 P8/TH/THP

X-CF20/47 P8

X-EDNI16/22 P8

X-DAK16 P8/P8TH

X-CC-DNI27/32 P8

X-CC-AL27 P8

X-CC-EDNI16 P8

X-CC-ZF32 P8

X-HS __-DNI32 P8S15

X-HS __-AL-H27 P8S15

X-HS __-EDNI19 P8S15

Piston: X-P 8S-351

Cartridges:

6.8/11M ÷ red, yellow, green, white

X-FG 8L-351

narrow access fastener guide

Piston: X-P 8L-351

DX 351-BT

Fastener Guide dimensions

bxdxL = 17.5x22x29.5 mm

Fastener:

X-BT M10-24-6 SN12-R

X-BT W10-24-6 SN12-R

X-BT M10-24-6-R

X-BT W10-24-6-R

Piston: X-351 BT P 1024

Cartridges:

6.8/11M ÷ high precision - brown

DX 351-BTG Grating

Fastener Guide dimensions

bxdxL = 17.5x22x56 mm

Fastener:

X-BT M8-15-6 SN12-R

X-BT M8-15-6-R

Piston: X-351 BT P G

Cartridges:

6.8/11M ÷ high precision - brown

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DX-E 72

Fastener:

X-EDNI, X-DNI

X-ZF, X-CF

DrywaII fasteners

X-RE, X-SW

X-FS, X-GC

X-M6/W6/F7

X-EM6/EW6/EF7

X-FB, X-DFB

XHS, X-CC

X-CR, SL

Cartridges:

5.6/16ND (cal .22NC) ÷ red, yellow, green,

white (brown), grey

DX 36 M

Fastener:

X-DNI, X-ZF, X-RE,

X-EDNI, X-CR, SL,

X-EM6/EW6/EF7

X-M6/W6/F7/M8

X-FS, X-SW, X-FB

X-DKH, DNH, X-HS, X-CC

Cartridges:

6.8/11M ÷ red, yellow, green,

white (brown), grey

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DX 76

DX 76 MX (Siding & Decking)

Fastener:

X-ENP-19 L15 MX

ENP2K-20 L15 MX

Piston: X-76-P-ENP

Cartridges:

6.8/18M ÷ black, red, blue

Piston: X-76-P-ENP2K

Cartridges:

6.8/18M ÷ blue, yellow, green

DX 76 F15 (Siding & Decking)

Fastener:

X-ENP-19 L15

ENP2K-20 L15

Piston: X-76-P-ENP

Cartridges:

6.8/18M ÷ black, red, blue

Piston: X-76-P-ENP2K

Cartridges:

6.8/18M ÷ blue, yellow, green

DX 76 F15 (Siding & Decking on Concrete ÷ DX-Kwik)

Fastener:

NPH2-42 L15 Piston: X-76-P-Kwik

Fastener Guide: X-76-F-Kwik

Cartridge:

6.8/18M ÷blue

DX 76 F15 (X-HVB shear connectors)

Fastener & Connector:

X-ENP-21 HVB

X-HVB shear connectors

Piston: X-76-P-HVB

Fastener Guide: X-76-F-HVB

Cartridges:

6.8/18M ÷ black, red

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DX 76 F15 (Grating & Checker Plate)

Grating Fastener:

X-CRM8-15-12 FP10

EM8-15-14-10 FP10

Checker Plate Fastener:

X-CRM8-15-12 FP10

X-CRM8-9-12 FP10

Piston: X-76-P-GR

Fastener Guide: X-76-F-10

Cartridges:

6.8/18M ÷ black, red, blue, yellow, green

DX 76 F15 (Heavy Duty)

Fastener:

EDS 19 - 27 P10 NaiI

X-EM10-24-14 P10

Piston: X-76-P-10

Piston: X-76-P-GR

Fastener Guide (for nails and studs):

X-76-F-10

Cartridges:

6.8/18M ÷ black, red, blue, yellow, green

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DX 750

DX 750 MX (Siding and Decking)

Fastener:

X-ENP-19 L15 MX

ENP2K-20 L15 MX

Piston: 75/ENP2-L

Cartridges: 6.8/18M ÷ black, red, blue

Piston: 75/ENP2K

Cartridges:

6.8/18M ÷ blue, yellow, green

DX 750 with 75/S4 or 75/S3 (narrow troughs) equipment (Siding and Decking)

Fastener:

X-ENP-19 L15

ENPH2-24 L15

ENP2K-20 L15 MX

Piston: 75/ENP2-L

Cartridges: 6.8/18M ÷ black, red, blue

Piston: 75/ENP2K

Cartridges:

6.8/18M ÷ blue, yellow, green

DX 750 with 75/S2 equipment (Siding & Decking on Concrete ÷ DX Kwik)

Fastener:

NPH2-42 L15 Piston: 75/NPH2

Cartridges: 6.8/18M ÷ blue

DX 750 with 75/S10-G equipment (Grating)

Fastener:

EM8-15-14 FP10

X-CRM8-15-12 FP10

DS, EDS

X-CR 18/20 DP10

Piston: 75/10-G

Cartridges:

6.8/18M ÷ black, red, blue, yellow, green

DX 750 with 75/HVB equipment

Fastener:

X-ENP-21 HVB Piston: 75/HVB

Cartridges: 6.8/18M ÷ black, red

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DX 750 I with 75/S10-I equipment

Fastener:

EW10-30-15P10

X-EW10-27-14 P10

X-EM10-24-14 P10

DS 27 - 117 P10

DSH 57 P10

EDS 19 - 27 P10

Piston: 75/W10/M10

Piston: 75/DS

Cartridges:

6.8/18M ÷ black, red, blue, yellow, green

DX 750 I with 75/I equipment

Fastener:

W10-30-__ P10

X-W10-27-__ P10

M10-24-__ P10

Piston: 75/W10/M10

Cartridges:

6.8/18M ÷ black, red, blue, yellow, green

DX-860 TooI for Decking

DX 860-ENP

Fastener:

X-ENP-19 L15 MXR Piston: X-76-P-ENP

Cartridges:

6.8/18M40, black, red, blue

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DX 860-HSN

Fastener:

X-EDNK22-THQ12

X-EDN19-THQ12

Piston: X-860-HSN-SP

Cartridges:

6.8/11M40, black, yellow

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R4 Pneumatic TooIs

R4DW-X with 8 mm equipment

Fastener:

X-DNI __ MX

X-ZF __ MX

X-ZF __ MA

X-CF __ MX

X-ESDMK __ MAK

Maximum pressure:

12 bar

R4D-X12 with 12 mm equipment

Fastener:

X-EDNK22-THQ12M

X-EDN19-THQ12M

X-ZF22-THS12M

Maximum pressure:

12 bar

GX 100 Gas TooI for Interior Finishing and GX 100-E for EIectricaI AppIications

Fastener:

X-EGN 14 MX

X-GHP 18 MX

X-GHP 20 MX

X-GN 20 MX

X-GN 27 MX

X-GN 32 MX

X-GN 39 MX

Energy:

GC 11 used international

GC 12 used only in USA

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Cartridges

Cartridge 6.8/11M and 6.8/11M40

1

(.27 caIiber short)

Color code*

Strength

number**

DX 36M DX 460 DX 351

DX 860-

HSN

1

High precision

2 2 no no X no

white

brown

2 2 no no X no

green 3 3 X X X no

yellow 4 4 X X X X

red 6 5 X X X no

black

purple

7 6 no X no X

Cartridge 6.8/18M (.27 caIiber Iong)

Color code*

Strength

number**

DX 76 DX 750

green 3 X X

yellow 4 X X

blue 5 4.5 X X

red 6 5 X X

black

purple

7 6 X X

Cartridge 6.8/18M40 (.27 caIiber Iong)

Color code*

Strength

number**

DXA 70R DX 860-ENP

blue 5 4.5 no X

red 6 5 X X

black

purple

7 6 X X

Cartridge 5.6/16ND (caIiber .22NC) and 6.8/18 (.27 caIiber Iong)

1

Color code*

Strength

number**

DX-E 72

Strength

number**

DX 600N

1

grey 1 X no

white brown 2 X no

green 3 X 3 X

yellow 4 X 4 X

red 6 X 5 X

black

purple

7[6] no 7[6] X

* Color code according to DÌN 7260, in brackets e.g. purple according to PATMÌ (USA & Canada)

** Strength number as used on Hilti packaging. Without brackets refers to number used in Europe, in brackets e.g. [6] refers to number

according to PATMÌ and as used in USA & Canada.