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Galvanized steel, 1500 mm foundation screws for terrace - Weasyfix


Reference : FS1500-F

Foundation screws for wooden terrace and for other small constructions. Compensates for different height levels or uneven ground. Quick and easy installation: no need for concrete, no need to dig, and allows you to fix the rest of the structure immediately. 1500 mm long. More details

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Galvanized steel, 1500 mm foundation screws for terrace

How to reduce the wooden terrace foundation budget without opting for poor quality products? Weasyfix presents its innovative concept of foundation screws. The screws support up to 1000 kg and are made to be driven into stable and compact earthy ground to support a terrace foundation. Each screw is 1500 mm long, these foundation screws are used to compensate for differences in level. They are very easy to use. They are a fast, economical and efficient solution for your construction project.

Advantages of Weasyfix’s 1500 mm foundation screws

  • No need for other materials, to use a truck or any special equipment to pour the concrete;
  • The installation of the terrace foundation screws does not require the use of concrete. Installing it will make you save time and money.
  • You only have to drive the foundation screw directly into the ground for a fast and safe installation;
  • You can keep on working on it immediately: once the foundation screw is installed on the ground, you can immediately start installing the rest of the structure;
  • The galvanized steel, wooden terrace foundation screws are durable, eco friendly and neutral for the soil and they comply with the DIN EN 18300 standard
  • The surface of the wooden deck will be drainable

Steps to install terrace foundation screws

These foundation screws can be installed in three quick steps to help you save time and money. These steps can be done by beginners, the installation is simple, quick and effective. In fact, all you need are the foundation screws to set up a secure and solid structure:

  1. Make a pilot hole of 30-40 mm of diameter. Make sure the depth of the pilot hole is slightly less than the intended depth of the screw. For a standard type 5 to 7 soil, the diameter should be between 50 and 70 mm;
  2. Next, introduce the screw with your hands, then put the screwdriver’s machine head on the screw using the holder, provided for this purpose. This holder must be tightened against the compression washer;
  3. Place the Weasylectric on the screwdriver head, correcting the verticality every 4 turns with the help of the bubble level on the device. Once the desired deep is reached, remove the machine and unscrew the screwdriver head. The terrace foundation is now in place!

              Technical characteristics of Weasyfix's foundation screws

              • Material: 3mm hot-dip galvanized steel (DIN EN ISO 1461 standard)
              • Appearance: 3 holes and a M16 thread in the center 
              • Number of spirals: 9 wide spirals for better anchoring to the ground
              • Shape of the tip: pointed for easy and precise installation
              • Load: 1500 mm long,  it can support a load of up to 1000 kg
              • Weight: 7,54 kg
              Data sheet

              Model : FS1500-F

              Galvanized steel, 1500 mm foundation screws for terrace - Weasyfix

              UseFoundations and structures for terraces
              Content1500 mm galvanized steel foundation screw with central M16 to screw connectors
              Diameter Thickness120
              Lenght in mm1500
              SH Code73181210
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