Fischer BWM has launched the new FLH-R wall holder to transfer loads from rear-ventilated rainscreen facades into the substrate.

The innovation minimises thermal conductivity – as confirmed by its Passivhaus certificate – thanks to its stainless steel construction, compared to the traditionally-used aluminium.

The component’s triangular notches reduce the open cross-section and therefore the thermal conductivity of the wall bracket.

The company says the wall holder’s profile, which was optimised using the Finite Element Method (FEM), increases the static performance, so a very thin sheet can be used, improving the physical properties, sustainably saving resources and reducing the system’s dead load.

The wall holders can be used both as fixed points and as sliding points to perform various tasks in the established fischer BWM facade systems. 

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