Several steps involved in a construction built on Weasyfix foundation screws.
In this construction without concrete, larger size Weasyfix foundation screws are used to compensate for the difference in level.
In general, in stabilized, standardized soil, the tip of the Weasyfix foundation screws must reach at least 70 cm in depth in order to achieve a sufficiently load-bearing base for lightweight constructions.
On the left, 750 mm Weasyfix foundation piles are driven almost entirely into the ground.
On the right, 1,750 mm Weasyfix foundation screws are used to overcome the difference in level of up to 105 cm above the ground.
A crosswise structure, whether it is made of wood or metal, always guarantees the stability of a lightweight construction, built without concrete.
The walls are connected to the structure.
The flooring is attached to the steel profiles with the aid of self-tapping Weasyfix foundation screws.
Thanks to solutions without concrete developed by Weasyfix, the shed was rapidly anchored to the ground, and our Weasyfix foundation screws provided the stability and aesthetics that the customer was looking for.
top c profile
Magnelis steel U-profile for fastening wooden joists to C-profiles. The U-Profile is mounted on the C-profile and forms a fastening cover.
Self-tapping screw for attaching metal products to each other. Screw with Neoprene seal head SW 8 mm.
C 62/3000 profiles made of stainless steel with a Magnelis coating used as wall fasteners or base structures in metal Weasyfix solutions.
Connector can be adjusted in 3 axes: height, horizontally and vertically. M16 Allen screw with convex/concave washers.
Standard foundation screw for compact, earthy soil. With an M16 thread in the centre of the head for attaching connectors.
Foundation screw, length 1,000 mm. With an M16 thread in the centre of the head for attaching connectors.
Foundation screw, length 1,250 mm. With an M16 thread in the centre of the head for attaching connectors.
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