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Technical Guide
Gas Tool
Powder Actuated Tool
ISSUE 2008
Nailing system:
• General
• Applications
• Gas nails
• Powder nails
• Tools
Foreword
More than 50 years after the launch of Powder Actuated Tools, Spit Gas
& Powder Nailing Systems continue to increase their market share
across Europe’s construction jobsites.
With strong brand recognition Spit Gas & Powder Nailing Solutions
offer significant technical and financial advantages to construction
companies of any size:
¬ TECHNICAL ADVANTAGES
Spit Nailing Systems offer a user friendly, fast and reliable cordless
solution for a variety of fixing requirements. The recent ‘One Step
Solution’ innovation has provided Spit customers with a unique
way to fasten a variety of accessories and consumables into steel and
concrete that is up to 8 times faster than traditional plug and screw
methods.
¬ FINANCIAL ADVANTAGES
By being close to its customers Spit has been able to benefit from a
sound understanding of their customers’ needs and requirements.
This understanding has enabled Spit to develop a complete range of
products designed specifically to help contractors increase on site
productivity and, in turn save significant time and money on any job.
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Index
Foreword ............................................................................................................ 3
Gas tool .............................................................................................................. 6
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Principle ........................................................................................................................................................6
Features ........................................................................................................................................................6
Functioning principle for GAS tool .................................................................................................................6
Contact pressure safety .................................................................................................................................7
Nail penetration ............................................................................................................................................7
Fuel cell ............................................................................................................... 7
¬ Best before date ............................................................................................................................................7
¬ Storage conditions ........................................................................................................................................7
Powder Actuated tool (PAT) ................................................................................ 8
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Principle ........................................................................................................................................................8
Features ........................................................................................................................................................8
Functioning principle for SPIT powder actuated tools ....................................................................................8
Safety system ................................................................................................................................................9
Principle of powder adjustment ...................................................................................................................10
Cartridge power ..........................................................................................................................................10
Mechanical power adjustment .....................................................................................................................10
Field of use ...................................................................................................... 11
¬ Into a steel member ....................................................................................................................................11
¬ Into concrete base material .........................................................................................................................11
¬ Into other base material ..............................................................................................................................11
Suitable base material ...................................................................................... 12
Success rate in concrete ................................................................................... 13
¬ Pin length selection ......................................................................................................................................13
Trouble shooting ............................................................................................... 14
¬ Fixings to steel ............................................................................................................................................14
¬ Fixings to concrete ......................................................................................................................................14
Type of actions ................................................................................................. 15
¬ Tensile loading is applied along the axis of the fastener ...............................................................................15
¬ Shear loading is applied perpendicular to the axis of the fastener ................................................................15
Resistance ........................................................................................................ 15
¬ The resistance depends on many following conditions .................................................................................15
¬ Characteristic resistance ..............................................................................................................................16
¬ Design, recommended resistance and safety factors ....................................................................................16
Edge and spacing distance recommendation ..................................................... 17
¬ Distance recommandations with GAS technology ........................................................................................17
¬ Distance recommendations with POWDER technology ...............................................................................17
Application list ................................................................................................. 18
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Electrician and plumber ...............................................................................................................................18
Builder ........................................................................................................................................................21
Steel fabricators ...........................................................................................................................................23
Insulation / Fire protection ..........................................................................................................................23
Drywall and suspended ceiling ....................................................................................................................24
Tunnels .......................................................................................................................................................25
Index
Gas nails
¬ SPIT C6 .......................................................................................................................................................26
¬ SPIT HC6 ....................................................................................................................................................27
¬ SPIT THC6 ..................................................................................................................................................28
¬ SPIT CG6 – HCG6 .......................................................................................................................................29
¬ SPIT CW6 ...................................................................................................................................................30
¬ SPIT wiring accessories ................................................................................................................................31
General
Product information sheet for FASTENERS ........................................................ 26
• ECAV .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 32
• CT-CLIP .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 33
• CLIPELEC ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 33
• CLIP METAL & STEEL BAND ............................................................................................................................................................... 34
• P-CLIP ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 34
• E-CLIP ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 35
• SINGLE & DOUBLE CABLE BOWS ...................................................................................................................................................... 35
¬ SPIT Threaded Rod Hanger .........................................................................................................................36
¬ PIRELLI FIREFIX ...........................................................................................................................................37
Powder nails
¬ SPIT HSBR14 ...............................................................................................................................................38
¬ SPIT SBR14 .................................................................................................................................................40
¬ SPIT SBR9 ...................................................................................................................................................42
¬ SPIT SC9 – SC9 strip ...................................................................................................................................43
¬ SPIT C9 – C9 strip – CR9 .............................................................................................................................44
¬ SPIT CR9TP – CR9P ....................................................................................................................................45
¬ SPIT CR9T ...................................................................................................................................................46
¬ SPIT C9 formwork spacer ............................................................................................................................47
¬ SPIT C9 for posibanche fastener ..................................................................................................................47
¬ SPIT C9 Clip-A ............................................................................................................................................48
¬ SPIT SA9 .....................................................................................................................................................49
¬ SPIT SA12 ...................................................................................................................................................49
¬ SPIT SA12-8 / grating system .....................................................................................................................50
¬ SPIT CI6 – CI9 .............................................................................................................................................52
Product information sheet for TOOLS ............................................................... 54
PULSA tools
¬ SPIT PULSA P700 E .....................................................................................................................................55
¬ SPIT PULSA P700 P .....................................................................................................................................56
Powder tools
¬ SPIT P45 .....................................................................................................................................................57
¬ SPIT P60 .................................................................................................................................................... 58
¬ SPIT SPITFIRE P370 .....................................................................................................................................59
¬ SPIT P250 ...................................................................................................................................................60
¬ SPIT SPITFIRE P560 .....................................................................................................................................61
¬ SPIT P230 ...................................................................................................................................................62
¬ SPIT SPITFIRE P525L ...................................................................................................................................63
Pin selector ...................................................................................................... 64
¬ HC6 – C6 ....................................................................................................................................................64
¬ SC9 – C9 .....................................................................................................................................................65
¬ HSBR14 – SBR14 .........................................................................................................................................66
Site safety with Gas Tool ................................................................................... 67
Site safety with Powder Actuated Tool............................................................... 67
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GAS Tool
With it’s own internal combustion engine, Pulsa fastens cable management, wiring accessories and dry wall track up to eight
times faster than any other system.
PRINCIPLE
Train the operator
Use the tool designed
for your application
Electrician : P700E
Drywaller : P700P
Fully
automatic
tool using
fuel energy
Select the correct pin depends on
the base material
FEATURES
¬ Fuel injection carried out by an electro valve and an electronic chip (fully automatic tool)
¬ Nails are delivered in 10 nails strips. Each fuel cell allows up to 850 nails at 20°C
¬ Oval battery : high autonomy. Capacity up to 1200 nails. Rechargeable battery (time 1 hour)
¬ Energy from 80 to 100 Joules
¬ Telescopic guide 5 kg actuation force : little effort required when fixing overhead, particularly for ceiling applications (the
majority of powder actuated nailing tools required approximately 15 kg actuation force)
¬ Full range PULSA accessories for electrician application
¬ Small edge distance
¬ Working with extreme temperature : - 5°C ; + 40°C
¬ 20 or 40 pins magazine
¬ Low recoil vibration
¬ CE marking
¬ Low maintenance
¬ Well adapted to low strength material (masonries)
FUNCTIONING PRINCIPLE FOR GAS TOOL
Spark plug
Combustion chamber
Fan motor
Battery
Trigger
Piston
Fuel cell
Pin
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PULSA is powered by easily replaceable
fuel cells. Each time the nose of the tool
is depressed a metered amount of air
and fuel gas mixture is injected into the
combustion chamber where it is ignited
by a spark when the trigger is pressed. As
in a car engine the piston is forced down,
driving the fastener to a pre-set depth.
GAS Tool
General
CONTACT PRESSURE SAFETY
2 conditions to obtain percussion, in order:
1 - Press the tool against the working surface
2 - Press the trigger
NAIL PENETRATION
The tool automatically absorbs excess of power to suit the supporting material. However, certain applications may require the
nail to penetrate deeper into the base material or penetrate less.
Penetration is adjusted by slackening the two screws on the
upper part of the barrel using the allen key provided and
moving them backwards or forwards in the recess on plate.
Intermediate adjustments between maximum and minimum
are possible.
To ensure successful nailing of wiring and cable management
accessories, it is recommended that the tool is set to the
minimum drive position. Failure to do so could result in
cracking or breaking of accessories and PVC-U trunking. The
PULSA 700E is supplied adjusted to the minimum position,
and the PULSA 700P is supplied adjusted to the maximum
position.
Fuel cells
Fuel cell contains butane and propene. The safety data sheet is available on request.
BEST BEFORE DATE
The usage limit date is affixed to the fuel cell, after this date, the performance could be affected.
STORAGE CONDITIONS
¬ Storage temperature : +5 à +25°C.
¬ Protect from direct sunlight
¬ Use and keep in well ventilated area.
Fuel inside bag
casing
¬ Keep out of reach of children.
Compressed air around bag
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Powder Actuated tool (PAT)
PRINCIPLE
Train the operator
Use the tool designed for
your application
Select the correct
cartridge to adapt
the power to the
type of fixing
Select the correct pin
to suit fixture and
base material
FEATURES
¬ Safety use
¬ Instant fixing
¬ High fixing rate
¬ Self contained
¬ Energy from 200 to 560 Joules
¬ Mechanical power adjustment on P370, P60 and P200 tools
¬ M.A.C. SYSTEM for P230 / P525L (no deformation of the metal sheet)
¬ Large consumable range (maximum pin length 90 mm)
¬ Operate temperature : - 15°C / + 50°C
¬ All weather condition
¬ Easy and low maintenance
FUNCTIONING PRINCIPLE FOR SPIT POWDER ACTUATED TOOLS
Firing pin
2 conditions to obtain percussion, in order:
1 - Press the tool against the working surface
2 - Press the trigger
Cartridge
power
The SPIT Powder Actuated Tools used the indirect firing
system, this means that a piston is positioned between the
fastener and the propellant charge, to reduce the speed of
the pin.
Combustion chamber
Trigger
Piston
Pin guide
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The SPIT powder-actuated fastening tools employ the wellproven piston principle. Pulling the trigger causes ignition of
the propellant and the energy it releases is then transferred to
the piston.
The energy from the propellant charge transferred into
combustion chamber on the piston. The accelerated mass of
which drives the pin into the base material at a much lower
velocity.
Powder Actuated tool (PAT)
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CIP Agreement
General
SAFETY SYSTEM
All SPIT tools are approved according to CIP (Comité International Permanent) requirements for shot firing tools. CIP
agreement is delivered by St Etienne testing Stand (French Institute). The CIP marking is affixed on all SPIT tools and also on
the cartridge boxes.
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Contact pressure safety
In conformity with AFNOR standards E71-100 and E71-101, all SPIT PAT tools are indirect firing tool, of class A symbol A*.
So, the cartridge can only be fired if the tool is fully depressed and contact pressure is maintained hard up against the support
material. The SPIT tools are approved by the St Etienne Testing Stand (French institute) or National institute.
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Sequentiel trigger safety system
The cartridge cannot be fired even if the trigger is pulled prior the positioning the tool and taking up the full contact pressure.
(CIP requirements).
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Safety trigger
The trigger is locked in place when the tool is not in use. It cannot be fired unless the tool is in the full down-hand position. The
trigger safety function will not permit the tool to be fired if the support material is not rigid enough. (except P370 tool).
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Design safety
The cartridge disc is totally enclosed within the tool.
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Load magazine chamber inspection
When the tool is loaded it is easy to verify the presence of the cartridge disc.
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M.A.C. System for roofing tool, total on-site safety - PATENTED
The P230, P525L tools are fitted with the M.A.C. System. The M.A.C system prevents the pin from passing through the steel
sheet if is not shot into the support frame.
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Powder Actuated tool (PAT)
PRINCIPLE OF POWDER ADJUSTMENT
Procedure: 1 - Choose the pin length (see p.13)
2 - Choose the lowest cartridge power
3 - Adjust mechanically the tool power.
Always start by using the lowest possible cartridge and the lowest possible setting.
CARTRIDGE POWER
The wide range of cartridge types allows successful fixing to a variety of base materials.
To maintain reliability and reduce operator fatigue, use the lowest level of power to achieve and acceptable fix.
Pins are fired into the support by an explosive cartridge. To cover this range of applications, the SPIT range of cartridges is
specifically calibrated to meet specific needs (2 calibers and 6 levels).
¬ Caliber 6.3/10
¬ Caliber 6.3/16
Casing
Propellent
Primer
The cartridge power is identified by an international colour code within each calibre:
Brown, Green, Yellow, Blue, Red, Black.
Cartridge power
Low
Medium
High
Caliber type
Brown
Green
Yellow
Blue
Red
Black/
Purple
International Code
2
3
4
5
6
7
SPIT P45
6.3/10
6.3/10
6.3/10
SPIT P60
6.3/10
6.3/10
6.3/10
SPITFIRE P370
6.3/10
6.3/10
6.3/10
6.3/16
6.3/16
6.3/16
6.3/16
6.3/16
No
6.3/16
6.3/16
6.3/16
6.3/16
No
SPIT P230
SPIT P250
6.3/10
Mechanical
adjustement
No
Yes
6.3/10
Yes
SPITFIRE P525L
6.3/16
6.3/16
6.3/16
6.3/16
6.3/16
No
SPITFIRE P560
6.3/16
6.3/16
6.3/16
6.3/16
6.3/16
No
MECHANICAL POWER ADJUSTMENT
Some of the Spit tools are equipped with mechanical power adjustment to allow flexibility to the end user with a same type of
cartridge changing the tool power.
There are two different mechanical systems :
¬ combustion chamber volume adjustment by barrel rotation : P60
¬ combustion chamber fume exhausts adjustment by a knurling wheel : P370
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Field of use
As the pin penetrates into the steel, it
compresses the support material. The
elasticity of the steel is what holds the
pin firmly in place. The knurling on the
pin further enhances this effect.
The principle steels suitable are :
(1)
E24
E28
E36
A60
(1) French designation
(2)
ST37
ST44
ST52
ST60
(2) German designation
(3)
S235
S275
S355
E335
(3) European standard
NF EN 10027-1
Construction grade steel is an excellent
base material for reliable powder and
gas tool.
General
INTO A STEEL MEMBER
Minimum ultimate tensile strength of steel base material (N/mm2)
Penetration depth depends on the
strength steel quality and the thickness
of the base material.
350
400
500
550
600
700
fuk (N/mm2)
For each product, product data sheet
gives the application field.
INTO CONCRETE BASE MATERIAL
As the pin penetrates into concrete, the pin displaces soft components such as cement, stone, and aggregates and heats up to
as much as 900°C. This sinters the surface of the pin shank which becomes extremely rough.
A specific heat treatment increases SPIT pin resistance to shearing. Decarborating the steel increases the flexibility of the pin
shank as the carbon atoms migrate to free air.
Three factors affect the suitability :
¬ Compressive strength of the concrete
¬ Age of the concrete
¬ Aggregate hardness, size, form and percentage
For information, the table below gives the correlation between characteristic values and average strength on cylindrical and
cubic specimens in Mpa.
Characteristic strength fck
Average strength
Classes
cylinder
16 x 32 cm
Cube
15 x 15 x 15 cm
cylinder (fcm)
16 x 32 cm
Cube
15 x 15 x 15 cm
Cube
20 x 20 x 20 cm
C 16/20
16
20
20
25
24
C 20/25
20
25
25
31
29
C 25/30
25
30
30
37
36
C 30/37
30
37
37
46
43
C 35/45
35
45
45
56
53
C 40/50
40
50
50
62
59
C 45/55
45
55
55
69
65
C 50/60
50
60
60
72
68
Prestressed concrete / concrete beam slab
Over 90 days curing time, some concrete beam slab could reach 80 Mpa.
INTO OTHER BASE MATERIAL
Solid brick
Hollow concrete block
Rc = 6.5 N/mm2
Engineer clay brick rendered
Rc = 14.5 N/mm2
Calcium silicate block
Rc = 16 N/mm2
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Suitable base material
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Suitable
Verify the using
limit on technical
sheet or check
by site suitability
Tools
tests
- Hard
Steel
Steel
ultimate Concrete Concrete concrete
ultimate
strength C20/25 C30/37 ≥ C50/60
strength
500 to
up to
up to Concrete
< 500 N/
680
C25/30 C40/50
beam
2
mm
N/mm2
p.
slab
Solid
brick
Hollow Engineer Calcium
concrete clay brick silicate Asphalte
block
rendered
block
Wood
Pins designation
GAS Solutions
SPIT C6
SPIT HC6
SPIT THC6
SPIT CG6
SPIT HCG6
SPIT CW6
PULSA
700
PULSA
700
PULSA
700
PULSA
700
PULSA
700
PULSA
700
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27
28
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PAT Solutions
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P560
SPIT HSBR14
P230 36
SPIT HSRB14 strip (P560)
P525L
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P560
SPIT SBR14
P230 38
SPIT SRB14 strip (P560)
P525L
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SPIT SBR9
P370
40
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SPIT SC9
SPIT SC9 strip (P370)
P370
41
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SPIT C9
SPIT C9 strip (P370)
SPIT CR9
P60
P370
42
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SPIT CR9T
SPIT CR9TP
CR9P
P45
P60
P370
43
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SPIT C9 for posibanche P370
fastener
P60
45
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SPIT C9
formwork spacer
P370
P60
45
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SPIT C9 CLIP A
P370
P60
46
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SPIT SA9
P370
47
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SPIT SA12-8
P250
P370
48
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SPIT CI6 – CI9
P370
50
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Success rate in concrete
General
When the aggregate hardness is lower then fasteners will go into the aggregate, if it’s hard, the fastener will deflect.
SOFT aggregate types
HARD aggregate types
Using in ceiling position or in floor direction :
In case of overhead fastening the density of aggregates is more important on the under part of the slab because of the
aggregates migration during concrete pouring. This phenomenon involves that the rejection factor will be more important for
firing in ceiling. The nail suitable for this kind of application is the HC6 range.
PIN LENGTH SELECTION
The choice of the pin length is linked to the embedment depth of the pin in the base material. The embedment depths depends
on the compressive strength of the concrete, or the ultimate limit strength of the steel, and whatever the thickness of the base
material.
tfix
So, Total pin L = Hnom + tfix
Hnom
¬ In concrete base material, the table below gives an information of the minimum embedment depth related to concrete
compressive strength :
Hnom (mm)
Hnom (mm)(1)
tfix
Hnom
C9 / SC9
C6
SC6 / HC6 / THC6
C16/20
30 – 35
25 – 28
25 – 28
C20/25
25 – 30
20 – 22
20 – 22
C25/30
25 - 28
15 – 20
15 – 20
C30/37
20 – 25
15 – 18
15 – 18
C40/50
15 – 20
13 – 16
C50/60
15 – 20
12 – 15
¬ In steel base material, the table below gives an information of the minimum embedment depth related to the ultimate limite
strength of the steel :
Hnom (mm)
Hnom (mm)(1)
tfix
Hnom
SC9
fuk = 350 N/mm2
12
fuk = 500 N/mm2
10
SC6 / HC6
6.5
fuk : ultimate strength
(1)
All figures given are to be used as a guide and a job site suitability tests is always recommended.
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Trouble shooting
FIXINGS TO STEEL
Too less power
Base material to hard
Use stronger cartridge if possible
More power
Use high performance pins
Base material not thick enough (> 5 mm)
Decrease power adjustment or
cartridge
Check pin selection
Too much power
Base material to hard
Pin to long
Use weaker cartridge or
decrease power setting
Use shorter pin
Check tool piston wear
Pin head
damages the
material to be
fixed
Too much power
Use weaker cartridge
Less power
Hurt pin head
Too much power
Damage piston
Decrease tool power setting
Use weaker cartridge
Change piston
Pin is not deep
enough in the
steel
Pin does not
stick to the
steel
Pin breaks
FIXINGS TO CONCRETE
Pin to deep
Pin to short
Too much power
Depth adjustment incorrect (GAS)
Use longer pin
Less power (PAT)
Use weaker cartridge (PAT)
Decrease depth adjustment (GAS)
Pin not deep
enough
Pin to long
Too less power
Depth adjustment incorrect (GAS)
Use shorter pin
More power (PAT)
Use stronger cartridge (PAT)
Increase depth adjustment (GAS)
Pin is bent
Hard and/or big supplementaries in the concrete
Rebar directly under the surface
Hard surface (steel)
Use shorter pin
Drilling before setting
Use stronger cartridge
Check perpendicularity shooting
Concrete
flakes off
Prestressed concrete
Hard and/or big supplementaries in the concrete
Old concrete
Use shorter pin
Drilling before setting
Too much power
Less power
Use weaker cartridge
Change piston
Hurt pin head
Damaged piston
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Type of actions
General
TENSILE loading is applied along the axis of the fastener.
N
SHEAR loading is applied perpendicular to the axis of the fastener.
V
TYPE OF LOADS
¬ Static or quasi-static loads
¬ Dynamic loads
PULSATING
LOAD
SHOCK
ALTERNATIVE
TIME
TIME
The static or quasi-static loads are dead loads of the element
fixed, permanent and variable actions as wind, snow …
The dynamic loads are variable actions in time with a medium
or high amplitude. For example, motor vibration, regular
shock …
Some dynamic loads could be considered as quasi-static loads
(wind …).
Resistance
THE RESISTANCE DEPENDS ON MANY FOLLOWING CONDITIONS
¬ Base material :
¬ Part to be fixed :
The same fastener will behave differently if fixed into
concrete than if fixed into steel.
Thin or weak items may be pulled over the fastener.
¬ Base material properties :
• For concrete,
- concrete strength
- aggregate size and hardness
• For steel,
- Steel tensile strength
- Steel thickness
Firing through thick or strong parts may absorb driving
energy.
¬ Penetration depth :
As penetration depth increases, so does pullout resistance.
The recommended penetration depth depends on the
fastener shank length chosen.
¬ Spacing and edge distance :
The recommended resistance can be achieved at the
minimum dimensions for spacing (Smin), and edge
distance given in the data sheet.
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Resistance
CHARACTERISTIC RESISTANCE
Probality density
Frequency (%)
The characteristic resistance is calculated from the average value of the mean failure load. It corresponds to the 5%-fractile
of failure loads for the level of confidence (90%). The estimation depends on number of tests and the variation coefficient of
tests.
Histogram of
the test results
Probality density
Frec
Rk
NOTE
Rγm
Ultimate load
Pins with failed installation have not been taken into
account for determination of the mean failure loads.
DESIGN, RECOMMENDED RESISTANCE AND SAFETY FACTORS
Out of the characteristic loads, the safety factors are then applied to give the design resistance (using partial safety factor) and
recommended resistance (using global safety factor).
The global safety factor takes account of both the uncertainty of applied load and of resistance.
The global safety factor are slowly being replaced by partial safety factor which allow the two uncertainties to be treated
separately.
S : Action
Frk : characteristic resistance
γM : partial safety factor for resistance
Frd : Design resistance
γF : partial safety factor for action
Frec : recommended resistance
ν = γM. γF : global safety factor
Design resistance
FRd = FRk
≥ S.γF
γM
Recommended resistance
FRec = FRk≥ S
ν
FIXING TO STEEL
Static tests are performed on all SPIT fasteners, and the mean ultimate resistance obtained are used to calculate the
characteristic resistance.
So, typically, the following global safety factors are applied : ν ≥ 2.5.
For HSBR14, and SBR14, the cycle test program is carried out on these fasteners, so the following global safety factors must be
applied : ν ≥ 2.
FIXING TO CONCRETE
Hard aggregates, in concrete may result a failed installation. The proportion of failed installation to successful ones increase
with concrete compressive strength and maximum aggregate size.
As a result, we recommend to use the individual resistance of one fastener to design the application, but with condition that at
least 5 fixings are used to fix each part into concrete. So the following global safety factors must be applied : ν ≥ 3.
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General
Edge and spacing distance recommandation
Distance recommandations with GAS technology
Steel
Concrete
e = 20 mm
b = 10 mm
E ≥ 40 mm
B ≥ 60 mm
e = the minimum space between two fixings
b = the minimum distance from the edge
B = the minimum distance
from the edge
E = the minimum space
between two fixings
Distance recommendations with POWDER technology
Steel
Concrete
e = 20 mm
b = 15 mm
B ≥ 100 mm
e = the minimum space between two fixings
b = the minimum distance from the edge
B = the minimum distance
from the edge
E ≥ 70 mm
E = the minimum space
between two fixings
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ELECTRICIAN & PLUMBER Applications
Gas
solutions
Junction boxes
CG6
PVC-U back boxes
Threaded
C6
PVC-U trunking
CG6
(through
pre-drilled
trunking
system
Metal trunking
Powder
solutions
SC9
SC6
Electric tube
C6
Floor conduits
SC6
With SPIT metal clip
HC6
Plastic pipe
C6
SC6
HC6
Fire resistant cabling
C6
With PIRELLI FP
HC6
SC6
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SC9
ELECTRICIAN & PLUMBER Applications
Gas
solutions
PULSABLE accessories
SPIT range
Powder
solutions
C6
SC6
Legrand accessories
C6
Application list
HC6
SC6
HC6
Pole system
C6
HC6
SC6
Steel band
C6
HC6
SC6
Collar fixing
C6
HC6
SC6
19
ELECTRICIAN & PLUMBER Applications
for conduit and pipe
work
With P-CLIP
Low voltage cabling &
temporary lighting
With Single & double
cable bows
Gas
solutions
Powder
solutions
C6
C9
HC6
SC6
C6
HC6
SC6
Steel band
20
Metal P-CLIP
for metal tubes
THC6
Metal P-CLIP
for non rigid pipes
THC6
Junction boxes
THC6
BUILDER Applications
Gas
solutions
Wood to concrete
Powder
solutions
C9
SC9
Wooden plate onto steel
/ Concrete
C6
C9
SC9
Re-enforcement CT30
C9 with
CT30
Waterproof join
CR9P
Mould concrete
C9
posibanche
Application list
CR9
C9
formwork
spacer
21
BUILDER Applications
Gas
solutions
Powder
solutions
Metal bracket to aline fix
window frame
C9
Composite flooring
SBR9
SBR14
Connectors
SBR14
HSBR14
Steel mesh
22
C9 CLIP-A
STEEL FABRICATORS Applications
Gas
solutions
Roofing
Powder
solutions
SBR14
Cladding panels
HSBR14
SBR14
SBR9
Grating system
INSULATION/FIRE PROTECTION Applications
SA12-8
Gas
solutions
Rigid / semi-rigid
insulation
Expanded metal latch
Application list
HSBR14
Powder
solutions
CI6 or CI9
C6
SC6
HC6
Fire protection
C6
C9
SC6
CR9
HC6
CR9TP
23
DRYWALL AND SUSPENDED CEILING Applications
Angle bracket in PVC and
Aluminium
Gas
solutions
Powder
solutions
C6
Cornière de rive
Suspended ceiling
C6
SC6
Check regulation in country
HC6
Internal insulation on hollow
concrete block, hollow bricks
C6
C9
Metallic sole plate / Dry
partition walls
C6
C9
SC6
SC9
HC6
Tracks Optima
C6
SC6
HC6
24
DRYWALL AND SUSPENDED CEILING Applications
Wood to concrete
Gas
solutions
Powder
solutions
C6
SC9
C9
C6
C9
Application list
Floating floor
Check regulation in country
Steel plate
on wooden structures
TUNNELS Applications
CW6
Gas
solutions
Powder
solutions
C6
CR9T
CR9TP
CR9P
C9
25
SPIT C6
¬ C6-20
DESCRIPTION
¬ C6-25 ; C6-30
C6-35 ; C6-40
Ø 6.3
¬ Using with wiring accessories, to fix drywall track.
Ø 6.3
PROPERTIES MATERIAL
Shank in carbon steel
Ø 2.6
¬ Total length Lt : 20, 25, 30, 35 or 40 mm
20
Ø 2.6
¬ Electrogalvanised, min zinc coating 5 µm
Ø 2.2
LT
¬ Hardness (C6-20) : 53 to 56 HRc
¬ Hardness (C6-25/30/35/40) : 50 to 55 HRc
TOOLS
P700 E - P700 P
AGREEMENT
CSTB Technical approval 3/06 - 460
ACCESSORIES
Magnetic noze pieces for:
¬ Other accessories
¬ Fixing Metal latch
¬ Metal P-CLIP
• Wiring accessories for electrician & Plumber
• Pirelli FIREFIX for fire resistant cabling
• Threaded rod hanger : TRH CLIP
code 333 700
code 320 940
NAIL LENGTH SELECTION
Length
(LT)
Black strip
500 pcs/box
Black strip
1500 pcs/
box
Flush head
nail range *
500 pcs/box
C6-20
20
046310
046410
011225
C6-25
25
046320
046420
011853
C6-30
30
046330
046430
011860
C6-35
35
046340
046440
-
C6-40
40
-
-
046350
LT
C6 range
* : leaves no plastic residue after fixing
RECOMMENDED LOAD
C6 range
Characteristic
resistance
Hnom
C20/25 to C30/37
26
NRk
(kN)
Hnom(1) = 15 mm
0.87
Hnom(1) = 18 mm
1.19
Hnom(1) = 20 mm
1.41
Recommended
load
VRk
(kN)
NRec
(kN)
0.75
0.40
0.30
0.47
VRec
(kN)
(1) Embedment depth
Hnom = 15-20 mm is
recommended
L = Hnom + tfix (see p. 13)
SPIT HC6
DESCRIPTION
Ø 6.4
LT
¬ Using in hard material, to improve the success rate
PROPERTIES MATERIAL
Shank in carbon steel
¬ Total length Lt : 15, 17, 22, 27, or 32 mm
¬ Orange collated strip
Ø3
LT
• HC6 - 17, 22, 27, 32
¬ Mechanical zinc plating, min zinc coating 10 µm
¬ Hardness ≥ 56 HRc
• HC6 - 15
¬ Electrogalvanised, min zinc coating 5 µm
¬ Hardness : 53 to 56 HRc
TOOLS
P700 E - P700 P
AGREEMENT
CSTB Technical approval 3/06 - 460
NAIL LENGTH SELECTION
HC6 range
Length shank
Orange strip
500 pcs/box
Orange strip
1500 pcs/box
Flush head nail
range*
500 pcs/box
HC6-15
15
053206
053208
011885
HC6-17
17
011876
-
053893
HC6-22
22
011891
-
053204
HC6-27
27
011877
-
053205
HC6-32
32
053207
-
-
* Leaves no plastic residue after fixing
HC6 range
Characteristic resistance
Hnom
C20/25 to C60/70
fuk = 410 - 450 N/mm2
Hnom = 15 mm
0.87
Hnom = 18 mm
1.19
Hnom = 20 mm
1.41
Hnom = 6.5 mm
5.0
Recommended load
VRk
(kN)
NRk
(kN)
Gas nails
RECOMMENDED LOAD
NRec
(kN)
VRec
(kN)
0.30
0.40
0.75
0.47
3.6
1.5
1.2
fuk = 500 - 550 N/mm2
Concrete: C50/60
Prestressed - Prefabricated concrete C60/70
Steel
Thickness of base material (mm)
APPLICATION LIMIT
15
10
5
0
350
400
500
550
(1)
E24
E28
E36
A60
(2)
ST37
ST44
ST52
ST60
(3)
S235
S275
S355
E335
450
600
650
700
(1) French designation - (2) German designation
(3) Designation according to European standard NF EN 10027-1
Ultimate tensile strength of base material (N/mm2)
27
SPIT THC6-M6
DESCRIPTION
6.7
¬ Threaded pin, using in hard material
PROPERTIES MATERIAL
LT
Shank in carbon steel
3
¬ Total length Lt : 21, 26 mm
6.6
¬ Thread M6
¬ Thread height : 6 mm
¬ Mechanical zinc plating, min zinc coating 10 µm
4.5
¬ Hardness 56 ≥ HRc
TOOLS
P700 E - P700 P
NAIL LENGTH SELECTION
THC6-M6 range
Length shank
500 pcs/box
THC6-M6-6/21
21
053213
THC6-M6-6/26
26
053214
RECOMMENDED LOAD
THC6-M6 range
Characteristic resistance
Hnom
NRk
(kN)
Hnom = 14 mm
0.77
Hnom = 18 mm
1.19
NRec
(kN)
Minimum 5 fixings per part fastened
APPLICATION LIMIT
Concrete: C50/60
Prestressed - Prefabricated concrete C60/70
VRec
(kN)
0.26
0.75
C20/25 to C60/70
28
VRk
(kN)
Recommended load
0.25
0.40
SPIT CG6 - HCG6
DESCRIPTION
¬ Using for PVC-U truncking
Ø 6.3
¬ The patented energy absorber design eliminated damage
to the truncking and prevents deformation.
Ø 2.6
LT
¬ The head of the nail is designed to countersink into the
washer stopping contact between the metal nail head and
cabling.
Ø 11.2
PROPERTIES MATERIAL
Shank in carbon steel
¬ Total length Lt : 15, 20, 25, 30, 35 mm
¬ Electrogalvanised, min zinc coating 5 µm
¬ Hardness (HCG6-15/CG6-20) : 53 to 56 HRc
¬ Hardness (CG6-25/30/35) : 50 to 55 HRc
TOOLS
P700 E
NAIL LENGTH SELECTION
HCG6-15
15
011210
CG6-20
20
046610
CG6-25
25
046620
CG6-30
30
011211
CG6-35
35
011212
Gas nails
Length
(LT)
125.5
LT
CG6 range
White
strip
500 pcs/box
* : leaves no plastic residue after fixing
RECOMMENDED LOAD
CG6 range
Characteristic
resistance
Hnom
C20/25 to C30/37
NRk
(kN)
Hnom(1) = 15 mm
0.87
Hnom(1)
= 18 mm
1.19
Hnom(1)
= 20 mm
1.41
VRk
(kN)
Recommended
load
(1) Embedment depth
Hnom = 15-20 mm is
recommended
NRec
(kN)
L = Hnom + tfix (see p. 13)
VRec
(kN)
0.30
0.75
0.40
0.25
0.47
29
SPIT CW6 - crocowood
25
DESCRIPTION
¬ Steel plates to wooden applications.
¬ Possibility to remove it, using Pozidrive print (PZ2).
6.6
PROPERTIES MATERIAL
Screw in carbon steel
¬ Countersunk head, PZ2
3
69
25
2.6
¬ Electrogalvanised, min zinc coating 5 µm
¬ Hardness : 500 N/mm2 mini
¬ Without Chrome VI
code 053229
TOOLS
P700 P
APPLICATION LIMIT
¬ Wooden structures, with minimum thickness 25 mm.
¬ No adapted for concrete base material.
RECOMMENDED LOAD
Tensile load
CW6 range
Wooden plate,
thickness 35 mm
(pine wood)
* Indicative value
30
Shear load for a
displacement
of 1 mm
NRk* (kN)
NRec* (kN)
VRec* (kN)
0.46
0.15
0.10
SPIT wiring accessories
THEORITICAL NAIL LENGTH SELECTION*
CT-CLIP
P-CLIP simple
P-CLIP double
CLIPELEC
E-CLIP
C6-25
C6-30
HC6-22
HC6-27
C6-30
HC6-27
Single & double
cable bows
Metal P-CLIP
Steel band
Pirelli
Drywall track
Wood plate with
thickness 27 mm
C6-30
C6-35
HC6-27
HC6-32
C6-20
C6-25
HC6-17
HC6-22
C6-20
C6-25
HC6-17
HC6-22
C6-20
C6-25
HC6-17
HC6-22
C6-25
HC6-17
HC6-22
HC6-17
HC6-17
C6-30
HC6-15
HC6-22
HC6-22
HC6-22
HC6-17
HC6-27
C6-25
HC6-22
C6-30
HC6-22
HC6-22
C6-35
HC6-27
HC6-27 / HC6-32
C6-30
HC6-22
HC6-27
HC6-22
HC6-22
C6-30
C6-35
HC6-27
HC6-32
C6-20
HC6-15
HC6-15
C6-25
HC6-17
HC6-17
HC6-17
HC6-22
C6-20
HC6-15
HC6-15
C6-25
HC6-17
HC6-17
HC6-17
HC6-22
C6-20
HC6-15
HC6-15
C6-25
HC6-17
HC6-17
HC6-17
HC6-22
HC6-15
HC6-15
C6-25
HC6-17
HC6-17
HC6-22
-
-
C6-40
C6-20
C6-25
HC6-17
HC6-22
C6-20
C6-40
C6-40
Steel
Masonries
Prestresed/
Prefabricated
concrete
Concrete
C40/50
C6-25
HC6-15
HC6-17
HC6-17
HC6-22
HC6-15
HC6-15
Gas nails
ECAV
Concrete
C30/37
SPIT
wiring
Accessories
Concrete
C20/25
Pins selection
HC6-15
HC6-15
-
* Check by site switability tests.
DENSITY FIXING
EDGE AND DISTANCE SPACING
Minimum edge
distance C
Minimum
spacing
distance S
Concrete
60
40
Prestressed /
Prefabricated
concrete
40
30
Base material
For electrician applications, we recommended to use the
following spacing between 2 fixings :
• Horizontal position : 0.4 meter for light cables and 0.7
meter for reinforced cables.
• Vertical position : 1 meter.
31
SPIT wiring accessories
RECOMMENDED LOAD AND DISPLACEMENT
Accessories
Failure load
(kN)
Displacement at
the failure load
(mm)
Recommended load (kN)
for a displacement equal
to 1 mm for accessories
Nrec (d = 1 mm)
Metal P-CLIP
0.30
13 mm
0.07
ECAV
0.25
3 mm
0.075
CT-CLIP
0.30
4 mm
0.10
P-CLIP simple
0.22
10 mm
0.03
P-CLIP double
0.10
9 mm
0.06
CLIPELEC
0.60
22 mm
0.20
E-CLIP
0.04
1 mm
0.04
Single cable bows
0.10
16 mm
0.025
Double cable bows
0.16
16 mm
0.04
Drywall track
1.0
-
0.20
Wood sole plate with
thickness 27 mm
1.2
-
0.16
Check that the embedment depth is adapted to the recommended load requested for the accessories.
ECAV ASSEMBLED E CLIP FOR CONDUIT, PIPEWORK, HOT AND COLD PIPING
¬ Description :
• Cables : Ø mini 12 – Ø maxi 25
Nail selection guide
• Tubes IRL : Ø12 – Ø16 – Ø23
●
Concrete C30/37
●
D
A1
F
32
●
●
●
Concrete C40/50
●
●
Prestressed / Prefabricated
concrete
●
●
Solid brick
●
●
●
●
Hollow brick rendered
●
●
●
●
Hollow concrete block
●
●
●
●
Calcium silicate block
●
●
●
●
Steel
A
C
SPIT ECAV
●
ECAV
¬ Burning properties : Incandescent wire test
according to CEI 695-2-1/2.: 650°C passed
H
HC6-27
●
¬ Working temperature: T°C : -30°C / 65°C
HC6-22
C6-30
Concrete C20/25
¬ Installation temperature : T°C : -5°C / +40°C
HC6-17
C6-25
C6-20
¬ Color : Grey, RAL 7035.
HC6-15
¬ Raw material : Polyamid 6-6 selon ISO 1874
Tool : P700E
A
A1
C
D
H
D 16
14.2
15.2
19.4
26.6
29.1
D 16-20
16.2
17.5
22.8
30.7
33.3
D 20-25
15.8
19.5
25.7
50.0
37.0
F
code
565502
16.7
565503
565504
●
●
SPIT wiring accessories
CT-CLIP FOR CONDUIT, PIPEWORK, LOW VOLTAGE CABLING, ARMOURED CABLING
¬ Description : Cables : Ø mini 16 – Ø maxi 32
Nail selection guide
Tubes IRL : Ø16 – Ø20 – Ø25 – Ø32.
Concrete C30/37
●
HC6-27
●
HC6-22
●
HC6-17
C6-30
Concrete C20/25
CT-CLIP
¬ Burning properties : Incandescent wire test
according to CEI 695-2-1/2.: 650°C passed
HC6-15
C6-25
¬ Color : Grey, RAL 7035.
C6-20
¬ Raw material : Polyamid 6-6 selon ISO 1874
●
●
¬ Installation temperature : T°C : -5°C / +35°C.
13.5
180.4
●
●
Concrete C40/50
●
●
Prestressed / Prefabricated
concrete
●
●
Solid brick
●
●
●
●
Hollow brick rendered
●
●
●
●
Hollow concrete block
●
●
●
●
Calcium silicate block
●
●
●
●
HC6-27
17.8
24.4
HC6-22
¬ Working temperature: T°C : -40°C / +70°C.
●
●
●
Steel
●
Tool : P700E
CLIPELEC FOR CONDUIT, PIPEWORK, LOW VOLTAGE CABLING, ARMOURED CABLING
¬ Code product : 011203 (black) / 053881 (grey)
Nail selection guide
¬ Raw material : copolymer polypropylene
●
●
Concrete C30/37
●
¬ Burning properties : Incandescent wire test
according to CEI 695-2-1/2.: 750°C passed
HC6-17
C6-30
Concrete C20/25
¬ Allogene free
HC6-15
C6-25
C6-20
¬ Color : black (UV protected) / grey
Gas nails
It is for use with cable ties (not included).
CLIPELEC
¬ Installation temperature : T°C : -5°C / +35°C
¬ Working temperature : T°C : -30°C / +55°C
32
37
10.5
●
●
Concrete C40/50
●
●
Prestressed / Prefabricated
concrete
●
●
Solid brick
●
●
●
●
Hollow brick rendered
●
●
●
●
Hollow concrete block
●
●
●
●
Calcium silicate block
●
●
●
●
Steel
●
●
Tool : P700E
33
SPIT wiring accessories
PERFORATED STRIP & CLIP METAL
Using only for fixing on floor.
Nail selection guide
Possible to use with C9 pins
¬ Magnetic noze piece
●
●
HC6-27
●
●
HC6-22
¬ Metal P-Clip, Ø 16, Ø 20, Ø 25, Ø 32.
HC6-17
●
Concrete C30/37
PERFORATED STRIP
AND CLIP METAL
• Ø 17 mm x 10 m : 064340
HC6-15
C6-25
Concrete C20/25
• Ø 12 mm x 10 m : 064320
C6-30
C6-20
¬ Perforated strip
●
Concrete C40/50
●
●
Prestressed / Prefabricated
concrete
●
●
Solid brick
●
●
Hollow brick rendered
●
●
Hollow concrete block
●
●
Calcium silicate block
●
●
●
Steel
P-CLIP FOR CONDUIT, PIPEWORK, HOT AND COLD PIPING
Nail selection guide
¬ Description for P-CLIP simple :
●
●
¬ Color : Grey, RAL 7035
Concrete C30/37
●
¬ Burning properties : Incandescent wire test
according to CEI 695-2-1/2.: 650°C passed
P-CLIP
HC6-27
Concrete C20/25
• Cables : Ø mini 16 – Ø maxi 22
HC6-22
C6-30
¬ Raw material: Polypropylen
¬ Description for P-CLIP double :
HC6-17
C6-25
C6-20
• Tubes IRL : Ø16 – Ø18 – Ø20 – Ø22 – Ø25
HC6-15
• Cables : Ø mini 16 – Ø maxi 25
●
●
• Tubes IRL : Ø16 – Ø18 – Ø20 – Ø22
¬ Installation temperature : T°C : -5°C / +35°C
¬ Working temperature: T°C : -30°C / +60°C
●
●
Concrete C40/50
●
●
Prestressed / Prefabricated
concrete
●
●
Solid brick
●
●
●
●
Hollow brick rendered
●
●
●
●
Hollow concrete block
●
●
●
●
Calcium silicate block
●
●
●
●
●
Steel
●
Tool : P700E
S
Y
P-CLIP 16
P-CLIP 18
Q
U
code
16.2
50
20.5
565080
18.5
52.8
22.6
565081
P-CLIP 20
20.0
54
25.0
565082
P-CLIP 22
21.6
56.3
27.3
S
565083
P-CLIP 25
24.7
59.8
30.6
P-CLIP 16x16
16.2
68.3
20.5
565085
P-CLIP 20x20
20.0
78.4
25.0
565086
P-CLIP 22x22
21.6
80.6
27.3
565087
S
565084
Q
34
N
U
25
N
U
8
N
Y
N
Y
SPIT
P-CLIP
Q
SPIT wiring accessories
E-CLIP CONDUIT CLIP FOR CONDUIT AND PIPEWORK
Nail selection guide
¬ Description : Cables : Ø mini 16 – Ø maxi 50
Tubes IRL : Ø16 – Ø20 – Ø25 – Ø32 – Ø40 – Ø50
D.16
D.20
D.25
D.32
D.40
D.50
14.7
18.6
23.5
30.5
38.1
48.5
26.9
29.3
35.5
43.5
49.7
58.5
F
L
code
16.1
27.1
32.8
39.1
46.2
53.1
64.4
56031
56032
56033
56034
56035
56036
HC6-32
HC6-27
HC6-22
●
●
Concrete C30/37
C
HC6-17
●
Concrete C20/25
●
Concrete C40/50
●
Prestressed /
Prefabricated
concrete
●
●
Solid brick
●
●
●
●
Hollow brick
rendered
●
●
●
●
Hollow concrete
block
●
●
●
●
Calcium silicate
block
●
●
●
●
●
Steel
●
Tool : P700E
Gas nails
¬ Working temperature : T°C : -30°C / +55°C
A
HC6-15
E-CLIP
¬ Installation temperature : T°C : -5°C / +35°C
SPIT E-CLIP
C6-35
¬ Burning properties : Incandescent wire test according to CEI
695-2-1/2.: 650°C passed
C6-30
C6-20
¬ Color : Grey, RAL 7035
C6-25
¬ Raw material : Polypropylen
SINGLE & DOUBLE CABLE BOWS : FOR LOW VOLTAGE CABLING AND TEMP LIGHTING
Nail selection guide
¬ Cables: 8 cables 3x1.5 (simple version)
16 cables 3x1.5 (double version)
HC6-27
HC6-32
●
●
CABLE BOWS
¬ Installation temperature: T°C : -5°C / +35°C.
¬ Working temperature: T°C : -20°C / +70°C
18
140
Ref. 010061
18
236
Ref. 010060
HC6-22
●
●
HC6-17
C6-35
●
Concrete C30/37
¬ Burning properties: Incandescent wire test
according to CEI 695-2-1/2.: 650°C passed
HC6-15
C6-30
Concrete C20/25
¬ Color: Grey, RAL 7035.
C6-25
C6-20
¬ Raw material: Polypropylen copolymer
●
Concrete C40/50
●
Prestressed /
Prefabricated
concrete
●
●
Solid brick
●
●
●
●
Hollow brick
rendered
●
●
●
●
Hollow concrete
block
●
●
●
●
Calcium silicate
block
●
●
●
●
Steel
●
●
Tool : P700E
35
SPIT threaded rod hanger
PROPERTIES MATERIAL
¬ Steel E24, thickness 1.5 mm
¬ Coating, electroplating 7 to 15 µm
¬ TRH-CLIP element with threaded hole diameters
for M6-M8 (code 011430)
Nail
TOOLS
P700 E
27.0
Treaded hole
diameters
NAILS TYPE RECOMMENDED
¬ HC6-15 in steel base material
¬ HC6-15, HC6-17, HC6-22 in concrete C50/60 and
prestressed concrete
¬ C6-20, C6-25 in concrete C30/37 maximum
29.5
APPLICATION LIMITS
¬ Static application only
¬ Maximum rod length : 600 mm
RECOMMENDED LOAD
SC6-15
HC6-15
Characteristic
resistance
Recommended
load
TRH-CLIP
displacement at the
recommended load
NRk
(kN)
NRec
(kN)
d(NRec)
(mm)
5.0
1.5
9.5
Hnom
fuk = 410 – 450 N/mm²
fuk = 500 – 550 N/mm²
Hnom = 6.5 mm
HC6 range
Recommended
load
TRH-CLIP
displacement at the
recommended load
NRec
(kN)
d(NRec)
(mm)
Hnom ≥ 15 mm
0.10
0.4
Hnom = 10-12 mm
0.10
0.4
Hnom
≥ C20/25
Prefabricated Prestressed
Nrec = NRk / 3: the recommended load is calculated from the characteristic load and a global safety factor equal to 3.
Minimum 5 fixings per part fastened.
TRH-CLIP DEFORMATION
E TEST
Test report. nb 05-158/A (CSTB)
Load (daN)
120
110
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
TRH-Clip +
HC6-17 pin
0
36
FIR
FIRE TEST
5
10
Displacement (mm)
15
C20/25
Hnom = 15 mm
Characteristic resistance
under fire exposure
NRk,fi (kN)
30 mn
NRk,fi (kN)
60 mn
NRk,fi (kN)
90 mn
0.25
0.13
0.02
NRd,fi (t) = NRk,fi / γM, usually the safety factor under fire
exposure γM,fi = 1.
PIRELLI FIREFIX
using SPIT Pulsa nailing
DESCRIPTION
Pirelli has developed FP FirefixTM in partnership with ITW
Construction Products. Pirelli has designed special cable clips
and adaptators to fit PULSA 700E.
Pirelli clip is used to fix fire performance cables, holds one or
two cables.
PROPERTIES MATERIAL
CLIP conform fixing requirements of BS5839-1:2002 standard
¬ Stainless steel
¬ Available in red or white LSOH powder coating
TOOLS
P700E
FP200 Gold®
Code for Red
coating clip
Code for White
coating clip
UFPNF02R
UFPNF02W
UFPNF04R
UFPNF04W
4 core x 1.5 mm²
UFPNF06R
UFPNF04W
2 core x 1.5 mm²
UFPNF06R
UFPNF06W
2 core x 1.5 mm²
3 core x 1.0 mm²
3 core x 1.5 mm²
4 core x 1.0 mm²
FP Plus™
APPLICATION FIELD
¬ Concrete
Nail selection guide
Prestressed / Prefabricated concrete
●
●
●
●
●
Concrete C30/37
HC6-27
●
Concrete C20/25
HC6-22
HC6-17
¬ Block work
C6-30
●
PIRELLI FIREFIX
¬ Masonry
C6-25
Concrete C40/50
¬ Composite steel decking
C6-20
HC6-15
¬ Steel
Gas nails
SIZE SUITABLE
●
Solid brick
●
●
Hollow brick rendered
●
●
Hollow concrete block
●
●
Calcium silicate block
●
●
●
Steel
FIXING DENSITY
Recommended maximum spacing of FP FIREFIXTM clips
Cable diameter (mm)
Not exceeding 15 mm
Horizontal spacing (mm)
Vertical spacing (mm)
300
400
37
SPIT HSBR14
DESCRIPTION
25.6
Ø 14
¬ Cladding panels, roofing
PROPERTIES MATERIAL
The HSBR14 nails is composed of :
¬ Shank in carbon steel
150
25.5
Ø 4.5
• Ultimate tensile strength : 2300 N/mm2
• Yield strength : 1600 N/mm2
• Mechanical zinc plating, min zinc coating 10 µm
Ø 14
• Hardness > 57 HRc
code 011391 (in tube) / code 011390 (in bulk) / code 053953 (in strip)
¬ One steel washer
• Min zinc coating 8 µm
APPLICATION LIMIT
• Electrogalvanizing
• The plate washer developed for a good clamping of the
plates to avoid damages when shooting.
30
25
TOOLS
P560 – P230 – P525L
20
POWER SETTING
22
Very high
Black
21
20
10
Very high
Red
19
6
350
400
(1)
E24
(2)
(3)
450
500
550
E28
E36
A60
ST37
ST44
ST52
ST60
S235
S275
S355
E335
600
650
700
(1) French designation - (2) German designation
(3) Designation according to European standard NF EN 10027-1
Ultimate tensile strength of base material (N/mm2)
CONTROL FIXING
E≥3
750
Thickness of steel base material (mm)
Thickness of base material (mm)
15
18
High
Blue
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
E≥6
4
h
3
Control card
Thickness of
base material
Hmin(1)
(mm)
Hmax(1)
(mm)
h ≥ 6 mm
5
10.5
(1)
38
0
1
2
3
4
Thickness of sheeting (mm)
Maxi 10.5 mm
Mini 5 mm
H
Values obtained with 0.75 mm steel sheet.
5
SPIT HSBR14
¬ Base material :
Resistance of base material S235 (E24) and with a thickness higher than 6mm according to the field of application given in the
first page.
ACCORDING TO EUROPEAN TECHNICAL APPROVAL ETA N° 08/0040
ETA
¬ Sheetings and type of connections :
A
B
1 sheeting
2 sheetings
C
4 sheetings
Characteristic loads [kN]
Design loads [kN]
Recommended loads
[kN]
Connection
type
Shear
Tensile
Shear
Tensile
Shear
Tensile
VRk
NRk
VRd
NRd
VRec
NRec
0.63
4,2
5,3
3,4
4,2
2,2
2,8
A B C D
0.75
5,8
6,6
4,6
5,3
3,1
3,5
A B C D
0.88
7,7
7,7
6,2
6,2
4,1
4,1
A B C D
1.00
8,6
8,2
6,9
6,6
4,6
4,4
A B C D
1.13
9,1
9,1
7,3
7,3
4,9
4,9
A
1.25
9,5
9,5
7,6
7,6
5,1
5,1
A
1.50
10,0
10,1
8,0
8,1
5,3
5,4
A
1.75
10,0
10,3
8,0
8,2
5,3
5,5
A
2.00
10,0
10,4
8,0
8,3
5,3
5,5
A
2.50
10,0
10,5
8,0
8,4
5,3
5,6
A
Powder nails
D
2 Sheetings
Sheeting
thickness
(mm)
European Technical Approval
VRd = VRk / γM : the design load is calculated from the characteristic load and a partial safety factor γM = 1.25.
NRd = αcycl x NRk / γM : the design load is calculated from the characteristic load
and a partial safety factor γM = 1.25 and αcycl = 1.
For the calculation of the recommended load, we applied the partial safety factor γF = 1.5. The recommended loads Nrec
and Vrec are appropriate for Eurocode 1 wind loading design with a partial safety factor γF = 1.5 for wind load and a partial
resistance factor γN = 1.25 for fastening.
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SPIT SBR14
DESCRIPTION
25.6
Ø 14
Cladding panels / roofing
PROPERTIES MATERIAL
The SBR14 nails is composed of :
¬ Shank in carbon steel
150
25.5
Ø 4.5
• Ultimate tensile strength : 2300 N/mm2
• Yield strength : 1600 N/mm2
• Electrogalvanizing, min zinc coating 7 µm
Ø 14
• Hardness : 54 to 58 HRc
¬ One steel washer
code 011391 (in tube) / code 011390 (in bulk) / code 053952 (in strip)
• Min zinc coating 8 µm
• Electrogalvanizing
• The plate washer developed for a good clamping of the
plates to avoid damages when shooting.
20
¬ Kesternitch test, 2 cycles exposure
15
10
TOOLS
5
P560 - P230 – P525L
0
350
400
500
550
(1)
E24
E28
E36
A60
(2)
ST37
ST44
ST52
ST60
(3)
S235
S275
S355
E335
450
600
650
700
POWER SETTING
22
(1) French designation - (2) German designation
(3) Designation according to European standard NF EN 10027-1
Ultimate tensile strength of base material
20
(N/mm2)
CONTROL FIXING
E≥6
H
Maxi 10.5 mm
Mini 7 mm
h
E≥3
40
18
High
Blue
17
16
Medium
Yellow
15
14
Low
Green
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
4
3
Thickness of
base material
Hmin(1)
(mm)
Hmax(1)
(mm)
3 ≤ h < 6 mm(2)
7
10.5
h ≥ 6 mm
5
10.5
(2)
Very high
Red
19
5
A control card
(1)
Very high
Black
21
Thickness of steel base material (mm)
Thickness of base material (mm)
APPLICATION LIMIT
Values obtained with 0.75 mm steel sheet.
French rules AT CSTB.
0
1
2
3
4
Thickness of sheeting (mm)
5
SPIT SBR14
ACCORDING FRENCH RULES (TECHNICAL APPROVAL ISSUE FROM CSTB, N° 5/07-1973) :
(1)
Thickness of base material S235 (E24) quality
Characteristic load(1) (kN), for connection of
one sheet with thickness 0,75 mm
fuk > 400 N/mm2 (S280GD)
Nrk
3 ≤ h < 6 mm
4,0
h ≥ 6 mm
6,0
according to the standard NF P 84-206, ref. DTU 43.3
ACCORDING DIBT GERMAN APPROVAL N° Z-14.1-4 :
¬ Base material :
Resistance of base material S235 (E24) and with a thickness higher than 6mm according to the field of application given in the
first page.
¬ Sheetings and type of connections :
A
1 sheeting
2 sheetings
C
D
2 Sheetings
Sheeting
thickness
(mm)
Powder nails
B
4 sheetings
Characteristic loads [kN]
Design loads [kN]
Recommended loads [kN]
Shear
Tensile
Shear
Tensile
Shear
Tensile
Connection
type
VRk
NRk
VRd
NRd
VRec
NRec
0.63
3.4
2.4
2.5
1.8
1.7
1.2
A B C D
0.75
4.4
4.0
3.3
3.0
2.2
2.0
A B C D
0.88
5.6
5.2
4.2
3.9
2.8
2.6
A B C D
1.00
6.8
6.4
5.1
4.8
3.4
3.2
A B C D
1.13
8.2
7.8
6.1
5.9
4.1
3.9
A
1.25
9.4
9.4
7.1
7.1
4.7
4.7
A
1.50
9.4
9.4
7.1
7.1
4.7
4.7
A
1.75
9.4
9.4
7.1
7.1
4.7
4.7
A
2.00
9.4
9.4
7.1
7.1
4.7
4.7
A
2.50
9.4
9.4
7.1
7.1
4.7
4.7
A
VRd = VRk / γM : the design load is calculated from the characteristic load and a partial safety factor γM = 1.33.
NRd = αcycl x NRk / γM : the design load is calculated from the characteristic load
and a partial safety factor γM = 1.33 and αcycl = 1.
For the calculation of the recommended load, we applied the partial safety factor γF = 1.5.
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SPIT SBR9
DESCRIPTION
Ø 8.8
Fix metal cladding sheets to steel framework.
Ø4
20
PROPERTIES MATERIAL
The SBR9 nails is composed of :
¬ Shank in carbon steel
• Ultimate tensile strength : 2000 N/mm2
Ø 14
• Yield strength : 1600 N/mm2
Code 032650
• Hardness : 54-58 HRc
• Electrogalvanizing, Min zinc coating 7 µm
APPLICATION LIMIT
¬ One steel washer
Thickness of base material (mm)
25
20
• Min zinc coating 8 µm
15
• The plate washer developed for a good clamping of the
plates to avoid damages when firing.
10
5
TOOLS
0
350
400
(1)
E24
(2)
(3)
450
500
550
E28
E36
A60
ST37
ST44
ST52
ST60
S235
S275
S355
E335
600
650
700
(1) French designation - (2) German designation
(3) Designation according to European standard NF EN 10027-1
Ultimate tensile strength of base material (N/mm2)
P370
RECOMMENDED LOAD
The recommended load given below, are suitable for a
resistance of base material higher than 400 N/mm2 and with
a minimum thickness of 5 mm.
Sheet
thickness (1)
Fuk >
390N/mm2
(S320GD)
CONTROL FIXING
H
¬ Hmini = 5 mm and Hmaxi = 7 mm for guaranteeing the
recommended working loads within the application limits.
¬ Maximum sheet thickness : 2 sheets with max thickness
of 1 mm.
Design
resistance [kN]
Recommended
load [kN]
Tensile
Shear
Tensile
Shear
NRd
VRd
NRec
VRec
0.75 mm
2.5
2.2
1.7
1.4
1.00 mm
3.2
3.2
2.2
2.2
1.25 mm
4.0
4.7
2.6
3.1
1.50 mm
4.1
4.7
2.8
3.1
2.00 mm
4.3
4.7
2.9
3.1
Frec = FRk / 2.5 : the recommended load is calculated from
the characteristic load and a global safety factor equal to 2.5.
Recommended load is calculated with a safety factor γF = 1.5.
(1)
For a sheet thickness equal to 2 mm, it is possible to use 2
sheets of 1 mm.
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SPIT SC9 - SC9 strip
¬ SC9
DESCRIPTION
¬ SC9 strip
LT
Ø 8.8
¬ Timber to concrete
¬ Timber to steel
¬ Steel to Steel
Ø4
¬ Steel to concrete
LT
PROPERTIES MATERIAL
¬ Core hardness : 54-58 HRC
95
¬ Electrogalvanizing, min zinc coating 7µm
Ø 8.9
TOOLS
P370 – P60
SC9 strip only with P370 C60
¬ Fixing of steel sheet
Thickness of base material (mm)
APPLICATION LIMIT
SC9
(SC9-LT)
15
Thickness of steel sheet
E24
10
Code
for SC9
loose
C30/37(1)
5
0
350
400
(1)
E24
(2)
(3)
450
500
550
E28
E36
A60
ST37
ST44
ST52
ST60
S235
S275
S355
E335
600
650
700
(1) French designation - (2) German designation
(3) Designation according to European standard NF EN 10027-1
Ultimate tensile strength of base material (N/mm2)
SC9-15
≤ 1.5
-
011340
032500
SC9-20
≤3
-
011341
032510
SC9-25
-
≤3
011342
032950
¬ Fixing of timber
SC9
Thickness of timber
Code
for SC9
(SC9-LT)
C30/37(1)
strip
CONTROL FIXING
SC9-25
¬ Fixing of timber
5 mm max
≤5
011342
032950
SC9-30
5 - 10
011343
032930
SC9-35
10 - 15
011344
032940
SC9-40
15 - 20
011345
032920
SC9-50
25 - 30
011346
032910
SC9-60
35 - 40
011347
032900
SC9-70
45 - 50
-
032890
For other concrete class, select the length of pin with the
embedment depth given above.
Hnom(1)
(mm)
Hnom
RECOMMENDED LOAD
Base material
Concrete
indicative value
Code
for SC9
loose
(1)
¬ Embedment depth in base material
(1)
Code
for SC9
strip
Powder nails
NAIL LENGTH SELECTION
E24
12
ST 52
10
C30/37
20 - 25
C40/50
15 - 20
C50/60
15 - 20
Steel E24
NRec (kN)
VRec (kN)
2.0
2.0
0.5
0.5
Thickness min. 5 mm
Concrete C20/25
Recommended loads are calculated with global safety factor.
43
SPIT C9 - C9 strip - CR9
DESCRIPTION
¬ C9 strip
LT
¬ Timber to concrete
¬ Steel sheeting to concrete with a max thickness of 5 mm
(except for CR9)
¬ C9
¬ The version CR9 with metallic washer allows to flatten in
Ø 8.8
against wood, and to avoid wood splitting.
PROPERTIES MATERIAL
95
¬ Core hardness : 50-55 HRC
Ø 3.65
¬ Electrogalvanizing, min zinc coating 7 µm
LT
¬ Washer, electrogalvanizing (CR9)
TOOLS
P60 – P370
C9 strip only for P370 C60
ACCESSORIES
¬ CR9
Accessories available, see the product catalogue.
Ø 8.8
NAIL LENGTH SELECTION
¬ Fixing of timber
Ø 3.65
LT
C9
(C9-LT)
Thickness of
timber
C16/20
Ø 13.8
¬ For harder concrete > 25 Mpa, use the same setting and a
shorter pin or SC9 with the same length.
CONTROL FIXING
¬ Fixing of timber
¬ Embedment depth in
base material
5 mm max
Hnom(1)
(mm)
Hnom
C16/20 : Hnom = 30 mm
C20/25 : Hnom = 25 mm
44
30 - 35
C20/25
25 - 30
C25/30
25 - 28
(1)
indicative value
Code
for
CR9
R.14
loose
C9-20
011330 032740
C9-25
011331 032520 032070
≤5
-
011332 032530 032100
C9-35
≤5
5 - 10
011333 032540
C9-40
5 - 10
10 - 15
011334 032550 032090
C9-50
15 - 20
20 - 25
011335 032560 032010
C9-55
20 - 25
25 - 30
011337 032210
C9-60
25 - 30
30 - 35
011336 032570 032020
C9-70
35 - 40
40 - 45
032580 032030
C9-80*
45 - 50
50 - 55
032590
C9-90*
55 - 60
60 - 65
032600
-
-
*Pre-drive before firing
RECOMMENDED LOAD
Base material
C16/20
Code
for C9
loose
C20/25
C9-30
APPLICATION LIMIT
Code
for C9
strip
Concrete C20/25
NRec (kN)
VRec (kN)
0.5
0.5
SPIT CR9TP - CR9P
¬ CR9P
DESCRIPTION
Ø 8.8
¬ CR9P : Fastening of waterightness membranes
¬ CR9TP for PVC Washer (Ø80 mm) : using in tunnel for
Ø 3.65
LT
fastening of the geotextile for the waterdrainage. The
layer is welded on the PVC washer.
PROPERTIES MATERIAL
¬ Shank in carbon steel
• Hardness : 50 – 55 HRC
• Electrogalvanizing, min zinc coating 7 µm
¬ CR9P
Ø 35
• Plastic washer : Ø 35 mm
¬ CR9TP
Ø 8.8
¬ CR9TP
• Flat metallic washer
Powder nails
• Ø 21.75 mm
Ø 3.65
• Electrogalvanizing, min zinc coating 3 µm
LT
• Plastic tip for pin centering
¬ PVC washer for CR9T / CR9TP :
Ø 80 mm, thickness 10 mm
TOOLS
P60 – P370
Ø 21.75
26
Ø
31
Ø
Ø
80
Ø 13.27
CR9TP only for P45
NAIL LENGTH SELECTION
10
.5
Designation
Ø washer
Code
CR9-35 TP
21.75
011321
CR9-40 TP
21.75
011322
CR9-30 P
35
038090
CR9-40 P
35
038100
CR9-50 P
35
038110
PVC : 498130
DENSITY FIXING
¬ 3 pins per m2 for vertical installation.
¬ 5 pins per m2 for ceiling installation.
¬ Maximum spacing between washer : 0.7 meter.
45
Recommanded by
SPIT CR9T
AFTES
DESCRIPTION
Ø 8.8
¬ Using in tunnel for fastening of the geotextile for the
waterdrainage.
¬ The membrane is welded on the PVC washer.
Ø 3.65
LT
The using of CR9T is recommended by AFTES
(Association Française Tunnels et Equipements
Souterrains)
PROPERTIES MATERIAL
¬ Shank in carbon steel
Ø 21.75
26
• Electrogalvanizing, min zinc coating 7 µm
¬ Curved washer
10
Ø
Ø
Ø
31
80
Ø 13.27
• Hardness : 50 – 55 HRC
.5
• Ø 21.75 mm
• Electrogalvanizing, min zinc coating 3 µm
¬ PVC washer for CR9T :
PVC : 498130
Ø 80 mm, thickness 10.5 mm. The following tests were
performed and accepted by AFTES.
• Washer / Nail tear strength tests
• Membrane / washer peeling strength tests
TOOLS
P45
NAIL LENGTH SELECTION
DENSITY FIXING
¬ 3 pins per m2 for vertical installation.
¬ 5 pins per m2 for ceiling installation.
Designation
Code
CR9-30 T
032350
CR9-35 T
032240
CR9-40 T
032230
¬ Maximum spacing between washer : 0.7 meter.
CONVENIENCE TEST FOR EACH JOBSITE
Pull out of the fastened from the support
Dimensions of the PVC washers
A convenience proof will be carried out for each support
type.
To guarantee a sufficient welding surface and a good
membrane/washer weldability PVC washers must have the
minimum following size:
To impede the nail to pull up from the support in case of
stress on the fastener, a tensile strength exercised by a
dynamometer is defined at a tensile speed of 1 to 2 mm per
minute:
Out of 10 traction tests, the average of the pulling up values
must be superior to 1 kN after suppression of a maximum of
2 values lower than 0.75 kN.
These tests are carried out by incorporating between the
support and the tensile sleeve a 600 g geotextile to simulate
the pulling,
In young concrete (less than 2 days), the number of
fasteners will be doubled.
46
- minimum diameter: 80 mm
- minimum thickness at the centre (nail head): 8 mm
Out of 10 nailing tests of the washer on concrete, no
protruding of the nail head must be observed.
SPIT C9 formwork spacer
DESCRIPTION
Ø 3.65
¬ Form work spacer block for pillar, round post, round elements,
cardboard formwork...
35 mm
PROPERTIES MATERIAL
¬ Polyethylene high density
TOOLS
Ø 50
P370 - P60
NAIL LENGTH SELECTION
Designation
Code
Formwork spacer + C9-60
032750
RECOMMENDED LOAD
NRec (kN)
0.5
Concrete C20/25
DENSITY FIXING
¬ Fixing in staggered with a spacing equal to 1 meter or
1.25 meter in line.
Powder nails
Base material
SPIT C9 for posibanche fastener
DESCRIPTION
Ø 8.8
¬ All type of form work.
44
Ø 3.65
PROPERTIES MATERIAL
¬ Polyethylene high density
LT
TOOLS
P370 - P60
NAIL LENGTH SELECTION
Designation
Color
Code
with pin
Posibanche 150 + C9-60
Brick
053241
Posibanche 160 + C9-60
Grey
496750
Posibanche 180 + C9-60
Green
496760
Posibanche 200 + C9-60
Beige
496710
DENSITY FIXING
¬ Fixing in staggered with a spacing equal to 0.8 meter in line.
¬ Suitable for maximum compressive strength of 2.5 kN.
47
SPIT C9 Clip-A
Ø
8.8
DESCRIPTION
¬ Fixing systems for steel mesh
¬ Wire nets on concrete or asphalt road attachment
LT
PROPERTIES MATERIAL
Ø
3.6
5
¬ Pin Electrogalvanised
¬ Clip in galvanised sheet
27.5
TOOLS
P370 - P60
NAIL LENGTH SELECTION
48
Designation
Code
SC9-20 Clip-A
320320
C9-30 Clip-A
033300
C9-40 Clip-A
032980
C9-50 Clip-A
032990
C9-60 Clip-A
320840
C9-70 Clip-A
320340
SPIT SA9
DESCRIPTION
Ø 8.9
¬ Fixing of threaded pins onto steel
M8
¬ Using for attachment an collar
30
LT
M6-M7
PROPERTIES MATERIAL
¬ Fine carbon steel
¬ Core hardeness : 54 - 58 HRC
NAIL LENGTH SELECTION
¬ Electrogalvanizing - min. zinc. coating 7 μm
Thread
diameter
Thread
length
Pin
length
Code
6
21
034820
10
25
034850
SA9-6 15/30
15
30
034900
SA9- 7 6/21
6
21
034000
10
25
034050
Base material
15
30
034070
15
30
033790
Steel E24
thickness min. 5 mm
thickness max. 12 mm
SA9- 6 6/21
SA9-6 10/25
M6
SA9-7 10/25
M7
SA9-7 15/30
SA9-8 15/30
M8
TOOLS
P370
RECOMMENDED LOAD
NRec (kN)
VRec (kN)
2.0
0.8
SPIT SA12
Powder nails
SA 9
DESCRIPTION
M8
Thickness of base
material (mm)
LT
Very high
Black
Very high
Red
High
Blue
Medium
Yellow
¬ Using for attachment an collar
Application
limit
20
18
PROPERTIES MATERIAL
16
14
12
¬ Fine carbon steel
10
8
6
400
450
500
550
600
650
Ultimate tensile strength of base material (N/mm2)
NAIL LENGTH SELECTION
SA 12
Thread
diameter
SA12 8 10/25
SA12-8 15/30
M8
¬ Core hardeness : 54 - 58 HRC
¬ Electrogalvanizing - min. zinc. coating 7 μm
TOOLS
Thread
length
Pin
length
Code
10
25
033750
15
30
033760
P250 recommended.
P370
ACCESSORIES
¬ For SA12-8 pins, using adaptor for P200 and P370 tool:
Product code :
P370 : - Kit SA12 – 011033
¬ Fixing of threaded pins onto steel
RECOMMENDED LOAD
Base material
NRec (kN)
VRec (kN)
3.0
0.8
Steel E24
thickness min. 5 mm
thickness max. 12 mm
with using P250 tool (no limit)
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SPIT SA12-8 / grating system
APPLICATION
Fixing of grating
Suitable for grids of 20 to 55 mm in height and base steel at
least 6 mm thick, with a mesh dimension higher than 18x18
mm to allow the clearance of the setting tool.
M8
PROPERTIES MATERIAL
Pin
¬ Fine carbon steel.
¬ Core hardeness : 54 - 58 HRc.
¬ Electrogalvanizing min. zinc coating 7 µm.
Spacer washer
¬ Sleeve steel, coated with 15 to 20 µm zinc plating.
¬ Ring in thermoplastic (anti-UV).
¬ Washer in steel with high yield limit coated with 15 to
20 µm zinc plating.
TOOLS
P250 recommended.
P200 - P370 (with specific adaptor) for low grade steel.
APPLICATION LIMIT
ACCESSORIES
¬ For SA12-8 pins, using adaptator for P370 tool:
Product code :
• P370 : - Kit SA12 – 011033
20
15
P250 only
10
P200 - P370
POWER SETTING
5
0
350
400
500
550
(1)
E24
E28
E36
A60
(2)
ST37
ST44
ST52
ST60
(3)
S235
S275
S355
E335
450
600
650
(1) French designation - (2) German designation
(3) Designation according to European standard NF EN 10027-1
Ultimate tensile strength of base material
Very high
Black
700
(N/mm2)
Thickness of base
material (mm)
Thickness of base material (mm)
25
Very high
Red
High
Blue
Medium
Yellow
Application
limit
20
18
16
14
12
10
8
6
400
450
500
550
600
650
Ultimate tensile strength of base material (N/mm2)
50
SPIT SA12-8 / grating system
NAIL LENGTH SELECTION
Pins
designation
Thikness of grids
25
30
SA 12-8 10/25
RE 25
RE 30
Code : 033750
499610
499620
SA 12-8 15/30
-
Code : 033760
35
40
RE 40
-
499630
45
-
50
RE 50
499640
55
-
RE 30
RE 30
RE 40
RE 40
RE 50
RE 50
499620
499620
499630
499630
499640
499640
RECOMMENDED LOAD
The pull-through value of the spacer-washer is 1180 daN.
Tensile
2000
1500
Washer-sleeve
pull-through
Powder nails
Load (daN)
1180
1000
500
0
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
Thickness of base material (mm)
Shear
Mesh 30 x 30 mm
500
Load (daN)
400
Pull-out failure
of fixing
300
First slippage
200
100
Contact sleeve /
grating system wall
2
4
6
8
10
12
Displacement
(mm)
¬ Fixing density : Arround 4 or 5 fixings per m² (see the specification sheet of the supplier of grating).
¬ Fixing position : Minimum distance from edge of the beam is 15 mm.
¬ Screwing washer-sleeve : Tighten to the torque equal to 6 Nm (correspond to the load 250 daN).
CONTROL FIXING
H
Hmin
Hmax
SA 12-8
10/25
10
13.5
SA 12-8
15/30
15
18.5
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SPIT CI6 – CI9
DESCRIPTION
Nail head moulded
¬ Polyethylen High density.
Ø 65
¬ CI-6 :
• The nail head (for CI-6) is mould in thermoplasticelastomer to improve the corrosion resistance
• A protection cap to allow a good waterproofness and to
reduce thermic transmission
Protection cap
¬ CI-9 : The nail is introduce in a sleeve to improve the
guidance.
PROPERTIES MATERIAL
Sleeve
Plastic sleeve head
¬ CI6 : Ø65 head – Natural color
Ø 90
¬ CI9 : Ø90 head - Black anti-UV
Nail shank
¬ Carbon steel
¬ Core hardness : 50 - 55 HRC
¬ Electrogalvanizing, min zinc coating 7 µm
TOOLS
NAIL LENGTH SELECTION
P370 using adaptor
Designation
Type of
insulation
Code
CI 6-40
40
038500
CI 6-50
50
038520
CI 6-60
60
038530
70
038540
80
038550
CI 6-90
90
038580
CI 6-100
100
038560
CI 6-120
120
038570
60
038720
75
038730
100
038750
CI 6-70
CI 6-80
Rigid
insulation
CI 9-60
CI 9-75
CI 9-100
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Insulation
thickness
Semi-rigid
insulation
ACCESSORIES
Using CI adaptator kit for P370 tool
P370
Adaptor kit for
CI 50 to CI 120
011030
POWER SETTING
Choose the cartrige color on the job site
SPIT CI6 – CI9
DISTANCE RULES
APPLICATION LIMIT
Between 2 fixings : minimum distance of 90 mm
The mean compressive strength of the concrete must be
between C20/25 and C40/50.
Distance from edge : minimum distance of 100 mm
ANCHOR DEPTH
It must be between 25 and 31 mm to ensure
the recommended load given above.
Hnom
RECOMMENDED LOAD
¬ TENSILE
The recommended load (kN) are calculated from the mean ultimate load and a safety factor higher than 4.
Insulation
thickness (mm)
40
45
50
60
70
Recommended
loads
75
80
100
120
¬ SHEAR
The recommended load (kN) are calculated from the mean load with a displacement equal to 10 mm and a safety factor higher
than 3.
Insulation
thickness (mm)
40
45
50
60
70
Polystyren density
=15 kg/m3
0.13
Polystyren density
=30 kg/m3
0.20
75
80
100
120
100
120
Powder nails
0.30
¬ PULL-THROUGH
The recommended pull-through (kN) are calculated from the failure load and a safety factor equal to 3.
Insulation
thickness (mm)
40
45
Rock wool density
=120 kg/m3
50
60
70
75
80
0.12
0.16
Polystyren density
=15 kg/m3
0.20
Polystyren density
=30 kg/m3
0.30
CONTROL FIXING
Insulation thickness (mm)
Ref
CI-6
CI-9
40
45
50
60
70
75
80
100 120
Xmini
0
4
9
19
29
34
39
59
79
Xmaxi
6
10
15
25
35
40
45
65
85
Xmini
2
6
11
21
31
36
41
61
81
Xmaxi
8
12
17
27
37
42
47
67
87
X
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Product sheet for tools
GAS TOOLS
¬ SPIT PULSA P700 E
¬ SPIT PULSA P700 P
POWDER TOOLS
¬ SPIT P45
¬ SPIT P60
¬ SPIT SPITFIRE P370
¬ SPIT P250
¬ SPIT SPITFIRE P560
¬ SPIT P230
¬ SPIT SPITFIRE P525L
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SPIT P700E
In accordance to :
EN 292-1 et 2 & 12549
EN 50081-1 et 2
EN 55011 / 55014 / 55104
EN 50082-1
prEN 792-1 & 792-13 :2000E
Directive tool :
98/37/CEE & 89/392/CEE
CEM 89/336/CEE & 93/68/CEE
Fuel cell : 75/324/CEE
Battery : 98/101/EC
Tool specifications
Name
SPIT P 700 E
Impact force (Joules)
82
Weight (kg)
3.6
Overall dimension LxlxH (mm)
383/109/295
Energy
Fuel cell & Battery
Fastener lengths (mm)
15 to 40 mm in strip
Characteristics
Electrical accessories pin-guide
Fully automatic tool (1000 shots per hour)
20 pins magazine (10 in strip)
Low push down force (5 kg)
Automatic energy absorber
Product sheet
Automatic gaz dosage (used T° - 5 °C to + 40 °C)
Battery charging time : 1 hour
Fuel cell : 850 shots (20 °C), battery : 1200 shots
Safety specifications
CE agreement
Complete tool pressure necessary to generate the shot
Security with on / off led indicator
Noise level, EN 12549 : LWA,1s = 109 dB(A) / LpA,1s,1m = 96 dB(A) / LpA,1s,0 = 100 dB(A)
Vibration, EN ISO 8662-11 : 3.1 m-s-2
Accessories
Consumables
40 pins magazine - Pulsa lift
C6, SC6, HC6, (in strip) CG6, CT-CLIP, E-CLIP, E-CAV, CLIPELEC,
.......TRH SPIT & LEGRAND accessories
Magnetic pin guide
Metal P-CLIP
Cleaning kit
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SPIT P700P
In accordance to :
EN 292-1 et 2 & 12549
EN 50081-1 et 2
EN 55011 / 55014 / 55104
EN 50082-1
prEN 792-1 & 792-13
Directive tool :
98/37/CEE et 89/392/CEE
CEM 89/336/CEE et 93/68/CEE
Fuel cell : 75/324/CEE
Battery : 98/101/EC
Tool specifications
Name
SPIT P 700 P
Impact force (Joules)
100
Weight (kg)
3.6
Overall dimension LxlxH (mm)
383/109/295
Energy
Fuel cell & Battery
Fastener lengths (mm)
15 to 40 mm in strip
Characteristics
Drywall pin guide
Fully automatic tool (1000 shots per hour)
20 pins magazine (2 x 10 in strip)
Low push down force (5 kg)
Automatic energy absorber)
Automatic gaz dosage (used T° - 5 °C to + 40 °C)
Battery charging time : 1 hour
Fuel sell : 690 shots (20 °C), battery : 1200 shots
Safety specifications
CE agreement
Complete tool pressure necessary to generate the shot
Security with on / off led indicator
Noise level, EN 12549 : LWA,1s = 110 dB(A) / LpA,1s,1m = 97 dB(A) / LpA,1s,0 = 101 dB(A)
Vibration, EN ISO 8662-11 : 3.2 m-s-2
Accessories
Consumables
40 pins magazine - Pulsa lift
C6, SC6, HC6, (in strip)
Magnetic pin guide
Metal washer
Cleaning kit
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SPIT P45
Tool specifications
Name
SPIT P 45
Impact force (Joules)
320
Weight (kg)
2.1
Overall dimensions LxlxH (mm)
295/62.5/180
Ammunition caliber
6.3/10 (10 loads in disc)
Disc loads colors
Brown, Green, Yellow, Red
Fastener lengths (mm)
20 to 40
Characteristics
Automatic cartridge advance
Semi-automatic tool
No power adjustment
Reliable, light
Easy maintenance
Low actuation contact pressure (7 kg)
Safety specifications
C.I.P agreement 001061 - BS 4078. Part 2
Belgium agreement 085 / Holland agreement 085
Indirect action class A1 (A*), velocity < 100 m/s
Complete contact pressure necessary to generate the shot
Product sheet
Specialised tool for tunnels
Window for checking cartridge presence
Noise level at operator, EN 12549 : LWA,1s = 113 dB(A) / LpA,1s,1m = 100 dB(A) / LpA,1s,0 = 104 dB(A)
Vibration, EN ISO 8662-11 : 9.5 m-s-2
Consumables
CR9T with 21.75 washer for PVC
CR9TP
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SPIT P60
Tool specifications
Name
SPIT P 60
Impact force (Joules)
280
Weight (kg)
2.2
Overall dimensions LxlxH (mm)
310/62.5/180
Ammunition caliber
6.3/10 (10 loads in disc)
Disc loads colors
Brown, Yellow
Fastener lengths (mm)
15 to 60
Characteristics
Automatic cartridge advance
Semi-automatic compact tool
Power adjustment 8 positions
Reliable, light
Easy maintenance
Safety specifications
C.I.P agreement 001002
Indirect action class A1 (A*), velocity < 100 m/s
Complete contact pressure necessary to generate the shot
Window for checking cartridge presence
Noise level at operator, EN 12549 : LWA,1s = 113 dB(A) / LpA,1s,1m = 100 dB(A) / LpA,1s,0 = 104 dB(A)
Vibration, EN ISO 8662-11 : 7.9 m-s-2
Consumables
C9, CR9, CR9P, SC9, CT30, CR9TP
C9 clip A, Posibanche, Formwork spacer, metal P-CLIP
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SPITFIRE P370
Tool specifications
Name
Spitfire P 370
Spitfire P 370 C60
Impact force (Joules)
340
340
Weight (kg)
2.8
3.2
Overall dimensions LxlxH (mm)
435/69/208
450/69/240
Ammunition caliber
6.3/10 (10 loads in disc)
6.3/10 (10 loads in disc)
Disc loads colors
Brown, Green, Yellow, Red
Brown, Green, Yellow, Red
Nail capacity (nbr)
1 in pin guide
10 in magazine (1 strip)
Fastener, lengths mm
15 to 70 (80 and 90 if predriven)
15 to 60 in strip
Characteristics
Automatic piston return by rubber spring
Universal fully automatic tool (1 nail per second with magazine)
Power adjustment by wheel with indicator
Different nose adapters for different application
Safety specifications
Belgium agreement 104 / Holland agreement 100
Indirect action class A1 (A*), velocity < 100 m/s
Complete contact pressure necessary to generate the shot
Shock energy absorber for comfort
Easy and quick maintenance
Product sheet
C.I.P agreement 001137 / BSI Kitemark agreement KM05325
Window for checking cartridge presence
Noise level at operator, EN 12549 : LWA,1s = 114 dB(A) / LpA,1s,1m = 101 dB(A) / LpA,1s,0 = 105 dB(A)
Vibration, EN ISO 8662-11 : 6.6 m-s-2
Accessories
Consumables
Single shot
C9, CR9, CR9P, SC9, SBR9, SA9, CT30, C9 clip A, Posibanches, Formwork
spacer, staff, metal P-CLIP, CR9TP
Magazine
C9, SC9 (15 to 60 mm in strip), metal P-CLIP
Kit CI 40 to 120
CI-6 & CI-9
Kit SA12-8
SA12-8 + RE 25 to 40
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SPIT P250
Tool specifications
Name
SPIT P 250
Impact force (Joules)
520
Weight (kg)
3.7
Overall dimensions LxlxH (mm)
360/70/200
Ammunition caliber
6.3/16 (10 loads in disc)
Disc loads colors
Green, Yellow, Blue, Red, Black
Fastener lengths (mm)
25 to 30
Characteristics
Automatic cartridge advance
Semi-automatic tool
No mechanical power adjustment
Easy maintenance
Only used for grid floor fixing system
Safety specifications
C.I.P agreement 001102
Belgium agreement 095 / Holland agreement 096
Indirect action class A1 (A*), velocity < 100 m/s
Complete contact pressure necessary to generate the shot
Window for checking cartridge presence
Noise level at operator, EN 12549 : LWA,1s = 114 dB(A) / LpA,1s,1m = 101 dB(A) / LpA,1s,0 = 105 dB(A)
Vibration, EN ISO 8662-11 : 7.0 m-s-2
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Accessories
Consumables
Standard
SA12-8 for RE 25 to 50
SPITFIRE P560
Tool specifications
Name
SPITFIRE P 560
Impact force (Joules)
520
Weight (kg)
4.23 (3.7 as single shot version)
Overall dimensions LxlxH (mm)
363/277/77 (363/215/77 as single shot version)
Ammunition caliber
6.3/16 ( 10 loads in disc )
Disc loads colors
Green, yellow, blue, red, black
Fastener lengths (mm)
26 in strip (single shot also available)
Characteristics
Specialised tool for cladding, roofing & decking
Automatic cartridge advance
No mechanical power adjustment
Quick un-lock system
Easy maintenance
Stability STAB system
Safety specifications
C.I.P agreement 001144
Indirect action class A1 (A*), velocity < 100 m/s
Complete tool pressure necessary to generate the shot
Product sheet
Different nose adapters
Window for check disc presence
Noise level at operator, EN 12549 : LWA,1s = 117 dB(A) / LpA,1s,1m = 104 dB(A) / LpA,1s,0 = 107 dB(A)
Vibration, EN ISO 8662-11 : 7.6 m.s-2
Accessories
Consumables
Magazine
SBR14 strip, HSBR14 strip
Single shot pin guide
SBR14, HSBR14
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SPIT P230
Tool specifications
Name
SPIT P 230
Impact force (Joules)
530
Weight (kg)
3.6
Overall dimensions LxlxH (mm)
354/70/200
Ammunition caliber
6.3/16 (10 loads in disc)
Disc loads colors
Green, Yellow, Blue, Red, Black
Fastener lengths (mm)
26
Characteristics
Automatic cartridge advance
Semi-automatic tool
No mechanical power adjustment
Reliability
Easy maintenance
Specialised tool for cladding, roofing & decking
M.A.C. SYSTEM
Safety specifications
C.I.P agreement 001035
Belgium agreement 073 / Holland agreement 065
Indirect action class A1 (A*), velocity < 100 m/s
Complete tool pressure necessary to generate the shot
Window for check disc presence
M.A.C. SYSTEM
Noise level at operator, EN 12549 : LWA,1s = 116 dB(A) / LpA,1s,1m = 103 dB(A) / LpA,1s,0 = 107 dB(A)
Vibration, EN ISO 8662-11 : 9.1 m-s-2
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Accessories
Consumables
Standard
SBR14, HSBR14
Special Pin guide for 3 mm steel
SBR14, HSBR14
SPITFIRE P525L
Tool specifications
Name
SPITFIRE P 525L
Impact force (Joules)
560
Weight (kg)
10.5
Overall dimensions LxlxH (mm)
1000/130/230
Ammunition caliber
6.3/16 (10 loads in disc)
Disc loads colors
Green,Yellow, Blue, Red, Black
Fastener lengths (mm)
26
Characteristics
Automatic cartridge advance
Fully automatic tool (1000 pins per hour)
34 pins magazine in tube
No mechanical power adjustment
Only use for decking & roofing
Safety specifications
C.I.P agreement 001139 / BSI Kitemark agreement KM05325
Indirect action class A1 (A*), velocity < 100 m/s
Complete contact pressure necessary to generate the shot
Product sheet
Easy maintenance
Window for checking cartridge presence
M.A.C. SYSTEM
Noise level at operator, EN 12549 : LWA,1s = 117 dB(A) / LpA,1s,1m = 104 dB(A) / LpA,1s,0 = 104 dB(A)
Vibration, EN ISO 8662-11 : 3.3 m-s-2
Accessories
Consumables
Standard
SBR14, HSBR14
Special pin guide for 3 mm steel
SBR14
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PIN SELECTOR HC6 – C6
PULSA 700P - DRYWALL APPLICATIONS
5 mm
10 mm
27 mm
20 mm
15 mm
HC6
HC6
HC6
HC6
HC6
HC6
HC6
HC6
15
15
17
22
27
32
15
HC6
HC6
HC6
HC6
HC6
17
17
22-27
27
32
-
HC6
HC6
HC6
HC6
17
22-27
27
32
-
-
C6
C6
C6
C6
C6
C6
C6
20
25
25-30
35
35-40
40
20-25
-
-
HC6
HC6
15-17
HC6
17-22
HC6
HC6
HC6
HC6
22
22-27
27-32
32
C6
C6
C6
C6
C6
C6
C6
20-25
25
30-35
35
35-40
40
25
22
P
PULSA 700E - ELECTRICIAN APPLICATIONS
C6
64
HC6
HC6
HC6
HC6
HC6
15-17
15-17
15-17
17-22
15
HC6
HC6
HC6
HC6
HC6
17-22
22
17-22
22
15-17
HC6
HC6
HC6
HC6
HC6
22-27
27
22-27
27-32
17-22
C6
C6
C6
C6
C6
25-30
30
25-30
30-35
20-25
HC6
HC6
HC6
HC6
HC6
22-27
27-32
22-27
27-32
22
C6
C6
C6
C6
C6
25-30
30-35
25-30
30-35
25
E
PIN SELECTOR P370 SC9 – C9
65 mm
5 mm
15 mm
10 mm
20 mm
30 mm
40 mm
50 mm
60 mm
Soft steel
Ultimate strength =
350 N/mm2
Hard
steel
SC9
SC9
SC9
SC9
SC9
SC9
SC9
SC9
SC9
15
15-20
20-25
25
30
40
50
60
70
SC9
SC9
SC9
SC9
SC9
SC9
SC9
SC9
SC9
15
15
20
25
30
40
50
60
70
C9
C9
C9
C9
C9
C9
C9
C9
C9
C9
25-30
30
35
40
50
55
60-70
70
80
90
SC9
SC9
SC9
SC9
SC9
SC9
SC9
C9
C9
90
-
-
Ultimate strength =
500 N/mm2
Concrete
C
25/30
C
40/50
C9
20
20
25-30
30-35
40
50
60
70
80
SC9
SC9
SC9
SC9
SC9
SC9
SC9
SC9
SC9
15
20
25
30
35
40*
50*
60*
70*
SC9
15-20
C
50/60
Steel support material :
¬ thickness mini = 5 mm
¬ recommended static load = 200 kg
-
* with a 3-4 mm
over-embedment
Concrete :
¬ recommended static load = 50 kg maxi (C20-25)
Pin selector
All figures given are to be used as a guide, and a job site suitability test is always recommended.
65
PIN SELECTOR HSBR14 – SBR14
P560 - STEEL FABRICATORS APPLICATIONS
Hard steel
Soft steel
SBR14
EU
Fra. / Ger.
S235
E24 / ST37
S275
E28 / ST44
E295
A50 / ST50
S355
E36 / ST52
E335
A60 / ST60
E360*
A70 / ST70
6
HSBR14
8
10 12 14 16 18 20 >22
SBR14
SBR14 & HSBR14
Base material designation
HSBR14
*Maximum value = 740 N/mm2
Caliber type
1
Thickness base material (mm) ref. S235
International code
Green
3
Yellow
4
Blue
5
Red
6
Black
7
OK
to be confirmed
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6
8
10
12
14
16
28
>20
Site safety with GAS Tools
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Read safety manual and operators manual before use.
Wear hearing protection equipment.
Wear safety glasses.
Only use the device for its intended use.
Only use the device on material to be nailed down.
This is not a toy. Never point it at people.
Always assume that the tool is loaded.
Never transport the tool with your finger on the trigger.
Never insert the pin guide with the back of your hand.
When servicing, remove the gas cartridge, battery and nails from the magazine.
Warning: the contents of the gas cartridge are flammable.
The gas cartridge is under pressure. Protect it from temperatures above 50°C (sunlight).
Do not open, puncture or burn the cartridge.
Keep the cartridge away from flames, sparks and heat. Do not spray near flames or incandescent objects.
The gas cartridge cannot be recharged. Do not attempt to fill or recycle it.
Place empty cartridges in the bio-bag and send to SPIT After-Sales Service.
Keep tool, gas cartridges and battery away from children.
Only use the tool in well-ventilated areas. Store the gas cartridges in a well-ventilated place.
Do not use the PULSA 700 in rainy or excessively humid conditions.
Only use PULSA specified consumables or compatibles. In accordance with EN 792-13, PULSA has specified, in its
operating instructions, PULSA consumables as safe to use. In case of use non-specified consumables, ensure that they are
compatible, safe and lawfully on sale in european Union.
■ For the maintenance of SPIT fastener driving tools, only spare parts specified by the manufacturer or his authorized
representative shall be used (Item 7.2.1e).
Site safety with PAT Tools
■ Read operator manual before use.
■ Only qualified persons over 18 years of age can be permitted to use a PAT Tool. These persons must know perfectly how
the tool works and must follow exactly the manufacturer’s instructions and the safety regulations. They must be capable of
maintaining the tool.
■ The PAT Tool must be checked before use, so as to ensure that the safety devices are working properly and that the front
end and the munition carrier are clean. Also ensure that the moving part generally slides well.
■ The tool must be loaded just before use. If the tool is not in use, it must be unloaded and put back into its original packing.
It must not under any circumstances be transported loaded.
■ When firing, the operator must be in a stable position. The tool must be held at right angles to the base material.
■ When a firing incident occurs, the tool must be unloaded immediately, taking all necessary precautions. If several incidents
occur, inform the manufacturer.
■ The PAT Tool and its charges must only be transported in their original packing.
■ Never point the end of the nose pieces at anyone. The driver must always be pointed downwards.
■ Never operate the driver with the flat of the hand.
■ The user must check the condition of the tool, even if it is not used, at least once a year.
■ It is prohibited for unauthorized persons to use a pat tool.
It is prohibited to make any modification to the tool other than those specified in this manual.
■ It is prohibited to operate the tool on profiled sheet or a metal structure before having ensured that there is no-one behind
it.
■ Fixing must not be attempted at a point where the profiled sheet support iron has been damaged or is defective. Fixing
must be done at least 2 cm away from this area.
■ It is prohibited to attempt fixing on materials which are not rigid or strong enough: hollow brick, plasterboard, slate, etc.
■ It is prohibited to drive studs into brittle, hard materials, like cast iron, hardened steel, marble or granite.
■ It is prohibited to do any fixing on concrete less than 10 cm from the edges.
It is prohibited to use a stud driver in workshops or other premises where there are explosion risks.
■ When using the tool, the user and bystanders must wear suitable safety glasses, a hard hat and hearing protection.
■ The operator must be applied the National regulation.
■ Safety data sheet on cartridges are available on request.
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