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VBS Catalogue 2010/2011
Connection and
fastening systems
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Welcome to Customer Service
Service telephone: +49 (0)2373 89-1500
Telefax for enquiries: +49 (0)2373 89-7777
Telefax for orders: +49 (0)2373 89-7755
E-mail: info@obo.de
Internet: www.obo.de
Use the direct line to OBO Cus-
tomer Service! On the Service Hot-
line +49 (0)2373 891 500, we are
available every day from 7.30
a.m. to 5.00 p.m. for any questions
about the OBO product range for
electrical installations. The newly
structured OBO Customer Servi-
ces can offer you the full works:
• Competent contacts from your
region
• All the information on the OBO
product range
• Knowledgeable advice on spe-
cial application topics
• Quick, direct access to all the
technical data of the OBO pro-
ducts – we also want to pro-
vide the best in customer rela-
tions!
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Contents


Planning aid
5


Junction box systems
159


Concealed and cavity wall systems
185


Terminal systems
197


Cable fastening systems, plastic
203


Cable fastening systems, brass
233


Cable and pipe fastening systems, plastic
255


Cable and pipe fastening systems, metal
273


Cable and pipe fastening systems, special
291


Pipe systems
301


Beam clamp systems
313


Rail systems
325


U clamp systems
351


Screw-in and knock-in systems
375


Directories
393
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Planning aid, general
information

OBO VBS seminars: First-hand
knowledge
With a comprehensive programme
of training courses and seminars
on the subject of connection and
fastening systems, OBO is able to
support its customers with special-
ist knowledge from a single sour-
ce. Alongside the basic theoretical
principles, the programme also
deals with practical implementa-
tion in everyday applications. Spe-
cial calculation and application ex-
amples round off the comprehen-
sive programme of knowledge
transfer.
Invitations to tender, product in-
formation and datasheets
We can  make life easier for you,
with our comprehensive selection
of  materials designed for practical
applications, which provide you
with effective support with the
planning and calculation of a pro-
ject. These include:
• Invitations to tender
• Product information
• Information sheets
• Datasheets
These documents are continually
updated and can be downloaded
at no charge at any time from the
Internet download area at
www.obo.de.
Invitations to tender on the Inter-
net at www.ausschreiben.de
More than 10,000 entries from the
KTS, BSS, TBS, LFS, EGS and
UFS ranges can be called up free
of charge. Regular updates and
expansions  mean that you always
have a comprehensive overview of
the OBO products. All the current
file formats – PDF, DOC, GAEB,
HTML, TEXT, XML, ÖNORM  – are
available.
www.ausschreiben.de
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Planning and mounting aid


General planning aid
6


Junction box systems
23


Concealed and cavity wall systems
47


Terminal systems
53


Cable fastening systems
59


Cable and pipe fastening, plastic
69


Cable and pipe fastening, metal
87


Cable and pipe fastening, special
99


Pipe systems
109


Beam clamp systems
117


Rail systems
123


U clamp systems
131


Screw-in and knock-in systems
137


Additional information
148
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Surfaces and areas of use
Planning aid, general
information

Surfaces/areas of use
All the system components  must
show sufficient resistance against
corrosion. Here, a distinction
is  made between different  meth-
ods and  materials, whose charac-
teristics  make them  more or less
suitable for specific areas of use.
The different areas of use and
the  materials recommended for
them are listed below. The table
presents the area of use and the
zinc reduction to be expected ac-
cording to DIN EN ISO 12944.
Indoor use
For indoor areas, OBO can offer
cable support systems with  gal-
vanisation or strip  galvanisation.
They are particularly suited to dry
atmospheres without any impact
from aggressive pollutants.
Electrogalvanisation
• Electrolytic galvanisation in ac-
cordance with DIN EN 12329
• Average coating thickness ap-
prox. 2.5–10 μm
• According to RoHS guidelines
Strip galvanisation
• Hot-dip galvanised according
to the strip-galvanising method
in accordance with DIN EN
10327 (formerly DIN EN
10147 and DIN EN 10142)
• Average coating thickness ap-
prox. 20 μm
• Joints in the metal are protect-
ed by cathodic corrosion pro-
tection up to a thickness of
2.0 mm
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General planning aid, surfaces and areas of use
Planning aid, general
information

Outdoor use
For installations outdoors, in wet
rooms and aggressive environ-
ments, OBO can offer articles ma-
de of hot-dip  galvanised  materials
or rust-proof stainless steel.
Hot-dip galvanisation
• Hot galvanisation using the
dipping method according to
DIN EN ISO 1461
• Coating thickness to DIN EN
ISO 1461 approx. 40–60 μm
• Any interfaces added at a later
date must also be galvanised
to protect against corrosion.
SS304 stainless steel
• OBO Code: V2A
• European material number:
1.4301
• American material designation:
304
• Welded components are addi-
tionally passivated.
• Unwelded components are
rinsed and degreased.
Corrosion categories to DIN EN ISO 12944
Corrosion
category
Typical environment, inside
Typical environment, outside
Corrosion
load
Average
zinc loss
C 1
Heated buildings with neutral atmospheres,
e.g. offices, shops, schools, hotels
-
Insignificant
< 0.1
µm/a
C 2
Unheated buildings in which condensation can
occur, e.g. warehouse, sports' halls
Atmosphere with low level of impuri-
ties, usually rural areas
Low
0.1 to
0.7 µm/a
C 3
Production facilities with a high level of humidi-
ty and some air impurities, e.g. plants for food
production, laundries, breweries, dairies
City and industrial atmosphere, consid-
erable impurities through sulphur diox-
ide, coastal areas with low salt load
Medium
0.7 to
2.1 µm/a
C 4
Chemical plants, swimming pools, boatsheds
over seawater
Industrial areas and coastal areas with
low salt load
Strong
2.1 to
4.2 µm/a
C 5-I
Buildings or areas with almost continuous con-
densation and with high levels of impurities
Industrial areas with high levels of hu-
midity and aggressive atmosphere
Very strong
(industry)
4.2 to
8.4 µm/a
C 5-M
Buildings or areas with almost continuous con-
densation and with high levels of impurities
Coastal or offshore areas with salt
load
Very strong
(sea)
> 4.2 to
8.4 µm/a
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UV and weather resistance
Planning aid, general
information

Protected and unprotected in-
stallations outdoors
Outdoor installations should al-
ways be viewed particularly critical-
ly with regard to the  mounting lo-
cations and the selection of the in-
stallation  materials. It is important
to include the environment condi-
tions and influences in the product
selection in advance.
UV and weather resistance for
outdoor installations
Besides UV radiation, installations
outdoors  must also take other en-
vironmental influences into ac-
count. Here, it is necessary to de-
termine the exact environmental
conditions. Factors such as  maxi-
mum temperatures, regularity of
(extreme) temperature changes,
humidity and the location of
use/mounting (housing, industry,
town, region, continent) all have
their role to play here. The prob-
lem is that there is no standard-
ised testing  method for the resist-
ance of installation materials under
different environmental influences.
Therefore outdoor installations
near dumps, chemical or petro-
chemical plants, sewage plants,
etc.  must be  given special atten-
tion before mounting.
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Explosion-protected products
Planning aid, general
information

Since 1 July 2003, only products
and protection systems for use in
accordance with the regulations in
explosion-hazard areas  may be
used in the European Economic
Area which correspond to the EC
directive 94/9/EC. This directive is
termed ATEX (explosive atmos-
phere). Explosive areas are divid-
ed into so-called zones. The divi-
sion into zones is a method to an-
alyse and classify environments in
which explosive  gas atmospheres
or dust/air  mixtures  may occur.
This can simplify the selection of
devices that can be operated safe-
ly in these environments. The haz-
ardous areas, which are created
by combustible gases, are divided
into the zones 0, 1 and 2. Hazard-
ous areas, in which combustible
dusts are created, are, in the same
way, split into the zones 20, 21
und 22. The risk potential is hi-
ghest in the zones 0 and 20 and
the lowest in the zones 2 and 22.
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Zone division for explosive areas
Planning aid, general
information

Zone allocation of device group II (applied)
Gas
Dust
Explosive gas atmosphere, zone division to DIN EN 60079-
10
Explosive dust-air mixtures, zone division to DIN EN 61214-10
Zone 0
Zone 20
An area in which it can be expected that, under normal con-
ditions, an explosive atmosphere of gas occurs continuously
or for long periods of time.
An area in which it can be expected that, under normal condi-
tions, an explosive atmosphere of dust/air occurs continuously
or for long periods of time
Zone 1
Zone 21
An area in which it can be expected that, under normal con-
ditions, an explosive atmosphere of gas occasionally occurs.
An area in which it can be expected that, under normal condi-
tions, an explosive atmosphere of dust/air occasionally occurs
Zone 2
Zone 22
An area in which it can be expected that, under normal con-
ditions, an explosive atmosphere of gas seldom or only brief-
ly occurs.
An area in which it can be expected that, under normal condi-
tions, an explosive atmosphere of dust/air seldom or only briefly
occurs
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Labelling of halogen-free materials
Planning aid, general
information

Halogen-free installation materi-
als
Events such as the fire at Düssel-
dorf Airport, in which people were
killed by the extreme smoke devel-
opment, have  made us  more sen-
sitive, not just to the areas of func-
tion  maintenance and fire protec-
tion systems, but also to standard
installation  materials. The result is
the increasing demand for halo-
gen-free plastics. Halogen-free in-
stallation should/must always be
used in public areas (emergency
routes, lifts, etc). The chemical
composition of these halogen-free
systems is designed in such a
ways that, in the case of fire, they
produce less hazardous (toxic/cor-
rosive)  gases, which could com-
bine with extinguishing agents to
form hydrochloric acid. In the
sense of the standard DIN VDE
0472, this  means that  materials
are considered halogen-free when
"the proportions of the halogens
chlorine, bromine and iodine are ≤
0.2% for chlorine and ≤ 0.1% for
fluorine". The DIN-VDE specifica-
tion does not explicitly require hal-
ogen-free installation systems as
yet, but OBO Bettermann can, nev-
ertheless, offer a wide range of
halogen-free articles. This  means
that, if there is a fire, the risk to
people and property can be re-
duced to a minimum.
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Function maintenance for electrical systems
Planning aid, general
information

Safety in case of fire
 
A lot of people, a lot of safety
Function maintenance is particular-
ly important in buildings regularly
frequented by large numbers of
people. These include public build-
ings such as schools, hospi-
tals,  meeting places, civic build-
ings and underground stations, but
also industrial plants, high-rise
buildings, shopping centres and
large car parks.
30 minutes: Function mainte-
nance for an evacuation
The first 30 minutes after the start
of a fire are decisive when clearing
the affected building. During this
time, function  maintenance  must
be  guaranteed for the following
units:
• Safety lighting systems
• Lifts with fire control
• Fire alarm systems
• Alarm systems and systems to
issue instructions to visitors
and employees
• Fire extraction systems
 
90 minutes: Function mainte-
nance for improved fire-fighting
To support fire-fighting operations,
it is imperative that certain techni-
cal equipment is supplied with suf-
ficient power even up to
90  minutes after a fire breaks out
in a building. This equipment in-
cludes:
• Systems to increase the pres-
sure of the water for fighting
the fire
• Mechanical smoke extraction
and smoke protection pres-
sure systems
• Fire brigade lifts, bed lifts in
hospitals
 
Individual laying systems
With the individual laying systems,
OBO Bettermann can offer a range
of practical, flexible  mounting op-
tions for electrical installations with
function  maintenance. The sys-
tems are suited to vertical and hor-
izontal installation and are ap-
proved for the fire protection class-
es E30 and E90. Standardised
supporting constructions as de-
fined in the testing standard, DIN
4102 Part 12, include: The laying
of cables with individual clips and
the laying of cables with profile
rails, clamp clips and a long
trough.
Fire loads of installation systems
According to the valid MLAR, there
is no longer a need to specify the
fire loads for electrical installations
in emergency and escape routes,
as a fire load of 0 kWh is always
required.
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Function maintenance for electrical systems
Planning aid, general
information


Maintain the function!
To ensure that emergency and es-
cape routes and important techni-
cal equipment such as emergency
lighting, fire alarm systems and
smoke exhaust systems remain
usable in case of fire, it is abso-
lutely essential to provide special
protection for the power supply for
these systems. The use of special
cables and laying systems  means
that it is possible to  maintain the
power supply, even in the case of
fire, thus  guaranteeing the func-
tion maintenance. You can find de-
tailed information on the subject of
fire protection in the OBO BSS fire
protection catalogue.
Standard support type, clamp
clip, type 2056
Standard support construction
consisting of clamp clip without
long trough for individual laying or
bundling cables. Brief information:
• Wall or ceiling mounting
• Vertical or horizontal mounting
• Rail mounting: max. 0.3 m
• Anchor spacing in the
rail: max. 0.25 m
• Individual cable assignment:
diameters of up to 100 mm
possible
• Assignment with bunched ca-
bles: max. three cables
with max. diameter 25 mm
 
Standard support type, clamp
clip, type 732/733
Standard support construction
consisting of spacer clips for indi-
vidual laying or bundling cables.
Brief information:
• Wall or ceiling mounting
• Vertical or horizontal mounting
• Mounting spacing: max. 0.3 m
• Individual cable assignment:
diameters of up to 50 mm pos-
sible
• Assignment with bunched ca-
bles: max. three cables
with max. diameter 25 mm
 
Cable tidy, cable-specific laying
type
Cable-specific laying type with col-
lective brackets for individual lay-
ing,  mounting on wall or ceiling
Brief information:
Type 2031/M 15
• Mounting distance: max. 0.5 m
• Cable assignment: max.
1.1 kg/m
Type 2031/M 30
• Mounting distance: max. 0.5 m
• Cable assignment: max.
2.5 kg/m
Type 2031/M 70
• Mounting distance: max. 0.8 m
• Cable assignment: max.
6.0 kg/m
 
Pressure clip, cable-specific lay-
ing type
Cable-specific laying type for indi-
vidual laying, mounting on the ceil-
ing. Brief information:
Type 2033 M
• Mounting distance: max. 0.5 m
Type 2034 M
• Mounting distance: max. 0.5 m
 
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Flame-resistance/fire-resistance
Planning aid, general
information

According to DIN EN 60695-2-11
(VDE 0471 Part 2-11), electrical
connection materials must be sub-
jected to a glow-wire test, in order
to evaluate the fire risk of the end
product. End products, in the
sense of the standard, are electri-
cal resources and  modules and
components. When the  glow-wire
test is being carried out, a glowing
wire (for temperature, see Table 1
– Flame Resistance) is inserted in-
to the component to be tested for
a period of 30 seconds and then
removed. After 30 seconds at the
latest, the object, if it has caught
light,  must have extinguished
again, in order to specify the flame
resistances.
Types of installation systems
Types of bodies on test
Surface-
mounted
Con-
cealed
Flush-
mounted
Cavity
wall/furniture
Concrete
structure
Installa-
tion duct

Testing
tempera-
tures in °C
 
 
 
 
 
Connection sockets
650
650
750
850
650
750
Accessory sockets and device connection
sockets
750
650
-
850
650
750
Ceiling lights, connection sockets
750
650
-
850
650
750
Wall light connection sockets
750
650
-
850
650
750
Device connection sockets
750
650
-
850
650
750
Connection sleeves
750
-
-
-
-
750
Insulation sections, which support active parts
960
-
-
-
-
-
Cover for installation sockets
750
-
-
-
-
-
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Useful information about test marks
Planning aid, general
information

VDE
VDE is the association for electri-
cal, electronic and information
technologies, their study and the
technologies and applications
based upon them. The VDE Test-
ing and Certification Institute is a
nationally and internationally ac-
credited institute in the field of test-
ing and certification of electro-tech-
nical devices, components and
systems. These electrical products
are tested for their safety, electro-
magnetic compatibility and addi-
tional product properties. Tests
and certificates are important for
consumer protection and for
the  marketing of our products. As
a neutral and independent institu-
tion, the VDE Testing and Certifica-
tion Institute is a global partner for
the electrical engineering, electron-
ics and information technology in-
dustries. All the relevant tests for
the different product properties are
anchored in the VDE institute.
Declarations of conformity
CE symbol:
Technical resources included in a
legal ordinance, i.e. electrical re-
sources,  machines and safety
components, must have a CE sym-
bol, with which the  manufacturer
confirms that the safety require-
ments of the ordinances are fulfill-
ed. In addition, there must also be
a declaration of conformity and
technical documentation. The CE
symbol is not a  mark of quality,
but simply a declaration by
the  manufacturer that they have
complied with the legal require-
ments and the codes of practice.
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Useful information about protection ratings
Planning aid, general
information

IP protection rating
The IP protection rating specifies
how far a component is protected
against contact and foreign bodies
and the ingress of water. The IP
protection ratings are controlled by
the standard DIN EN 60529 (VDE
0470 Part 1). The IP is always ma-
de up of two digits:
• The first digit designates the
contact and foreign body pro-
tection. On the one hand, it
specifies how far a housing
prevents access to dangerous
parts, by preventing or limiting
the ingress of body parts or
objects held by a person. On
the other hand, it specifies
how far the housing protects
the installed resources against
the ingress of solid foreign
bodies.
• The second digit specifies the
protection against water. It
specifies how far the resource
is protected against incoming
water and the resulting dama-
ge.
Protection rating
First
code
digit
Against access to the dangerous parts
Against solid foreign bodies
0
Protected against access to dangerous parts with the back of the
hand
Not protected
1
Protected against access to dangerous parts with a finger
Protected against solid foreign bodies of 50
mm diameter and larger
2
Protected against access to dangerous parts with a tool
Protected against solid foreign bodies of
12.5 mm diameter and larger
3
Protected against access to dangerous parts with a wire
Protected against solid foreign bodies of 2.5
mm diameter and larger
4
Protected against access to dangerous parts with a wire
Protected against solid foreign bodies of 1.0
mm diameter and larger
5
Protected against access to dangerous parts with a wire
Dust-protected
6
Protected against access to dangerous parts with a wire
Dust-proof
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Useful information about protection ratings
Planning aid, general
information

Protection rating against the entry of water with a damaging impact
Second
code digit
Short description
Definition
0
Not protected
-
1
Protected against water droplets
Droplets falling vertically may have no damaging impact.
2
Protected against water droplets
when the housing is tilted to up to
15°
Droplets falling vertically may not have a damaging impact, if the housing is
tilted to an angle of 15° on either side of the vertical.
3
Protected against spray water
Water being sprayed at an angle of 60° on both sides of the vertical may
not have any damaging impact.
4
Protected against spray water
Water spraying the housing from any direction may not have any damaging
impact.
5
Protected against water jets
Jets of water pointing at the housing from any direction may not have any
damaging impact.
6
Protected against strong water jets
Strong jets of water pointing at the housing from any direction may not have
any damaging impact.
7
Protected against the effects of be-
ing temporarily immersed in water
If the housing is sometimes underwater under standard pressure and time
conditions, then water may not enter in such volumes as would have a dam-
aging impact.
8
Protected against the effects of be-
ing continuously immersed in wa-
ter
If the housing is continuously underwater, then water may not enter in such
volumes as would have a damaging impact and this shall be subject to con-
ditions to be agreed between the manufacturer and the user. However, the
conditions are more difficult to fulfil than for number 7.
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Useful information about protection ratings
Planning aid, general
information

Protection rating against me-
chanical loads
IK code
The IK code to DIN EN 50102 indi-
cates the protection rating of hous-
ing against external  mechanical
loads. It is  made up of the code
letters IK and a two-digit number
from 00 to 10. Each group of num-
bers stands for a load energy val-
ue in Joules (J). The IK code al-
ways applies to the complete
housing, which  guarantees the
protection of resources against the
damaging effects of  mechanical
loads. The housings are tested by
knocking them with different test-
ing hammers.
Protection classes according to
VDE 0140
Protection classes of electrical
resources
DIN VDE 0140 defines the protec-
tion classes as follows:
• Protection class I: Resources
with protective conduction con-
nection (protection measure
through protective conductor
connection on housing)
• Protection class II: Resources
with protective insulation (pro-
tection measure through insu-
lation)
• Protection class III: Resource
with protective low voltage
(SELV-PELV, protection
through measured volta-
ges max.
25/50 V AC and max. 60/120
V DC)
Empty plastic housings corre-
spond to protection class II, hous-
ings  made of  metal/metal plat-
ing  must be intended for the con-
nection of a protection conductor
and thus meet protection class I.
IK code
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
Stress energy value [J]
-
015
020
035
0.50
0.70
1
2
5
10
20
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Labelling of electrical resources
Planning aid, general
information


Explanations from the standard
 
Electrical designations
When using junction boxes, con-
nection sockets and connection
terminals, the resources are as-
signed nominal values, as defined
in VDE 0100 Part 200. In the des-
ignation, a distinction is  made be-
tween the maximum approved volt-
age (nominal voltage), the  maxi-
mum approved current (nominal
current) and the  maximum ap-
proved cross-section (nominal
cross-section of the cables to be
connected).
Nominal cross-section
Largest tested-approved cross-sec-
tion of the cable to be connected.
Rated current
Largest approved current at the
connection point.
Rated voltage
Greatest approved voltage at the
connection point.
Number of poles
Number of connection points of
the clamp connector.
Number of entries
Number of entries in an electrical
connection box or connection
socket.
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Important information on the external dimension data
Planning aid, general
information
Cable diameter and space required; 1 = diameter in mm, 2 = space required in cm²

Cable sizes, outer diameters PG
and metric sizes
The term "cable" means a jacketed
electrical cable for the transmis-
sion of electrical energy and data.
Cables are  given according to
their nominal cross-section. The
external diameter and usable
cross-section depend on their
nominal cross-section and the
number of individual wires com-
bined in the cable. Fastening clips
are given with their maximum span
distance as a nominal size in mm.
To determine the correct fastening
clip for the component to be fas-
tened, you can find the interplay
between the PG sizes and the met-
ric data in the table.
Calculation using the formula
(2r)²
The diameter says little about the
actual space required by a cable.
Calculate: (2r)². This value reflects
the realistic space requirements,
including the compartments.
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Planning aid, general
information
Cable diameter and space required
External diameter in mm
PG sizes
External diameter in mm
Metric sizes
12
PG 7
12.5
M 12
13
PG 7
12.5
M 12
15
PG 9
15.2
M 16
16
M 16
18
PG 11
18.6
M 16/M 20
19
PG 11
18.6
M 16/M 20
20
PG 13.5
20.4
M 20
21
PG 13.5
20.4
M 20/M 25
22
PG 16
22.5
M 20/M 25
23
PG 16
22.5
M 20/M 25
24
M 20/M 25
25
M 25
28
PG 21
28.3
M 25/M 32
32
M 32
37
PG 29
37
M 32/ M40
40
M 40
47
PG 36
47
M 40/M 50
50
M 50
54
PG 42
54
M 50/M 63
59
PG 48
59.3
M 50/M 63
63
 
 
M 63
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Mounting aid, beam clamps for knocking-in
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Planning aid, beam clamp systems
Beam clamps, with which con-
structions can be created be-
neath steel  girders in steel skele-
tons. Beam clamps are available
for knocking onto or screwing on-
to the flange. With the knocking
variant, the beam clamps  grab
the  metal, whilst, with the screw-
on variant, the screw clamps the
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Mounting aid, beam clamps
Planning aid, beam clamp systems

Opening of beam clamps
Beam clamps are attached to the flange and
they then grab it.
Screwing on of beam clamps
Screw-in beam clamps are pushed onto the
flange and the flange clamped using the bolt in
the beam bracket.
Beam clamps for pipes
Use of screw-in beam clamps with directly fas-
tened pipe seat.
Beam clamp mounting
Installation of strike beam clamp and suspen-
sion chain for luminaire installation.
Beam clamp mounting
Mounting with knock-in beam clamps with
thread and screw-in spacer clip 732 for mount-
ing installation pipes.
Beam clamp mounting
Installation of strike beam clamp and fastening
of threaded rods with connection sleeve.
Beam clamp mounting
Installation of beam clamps and installation
tube parallel to flange.
Beam clamp mounting
Installation of screw-in beam clamps and instal-
lation tube parallel to flange.
Beam clamp mounting
Installation of beam clamps and installation
tube vertical to flange.
Beam clamp mounting with type 328
Movable fastening of two beam clamps and a
profile rail.
Beam clamps, type 328
Movable fastening of two beam clamps and a
profile rail. This allows mounting structures be-
neath steel girders.
Beam clamp installation
Beam clamps can be knocked onto the flange
both in a horizontal and a vertical position.

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Mounting aid, beam clamps
Planning aid, beam clamp systems
Beam clamp application, type 339
With beam clamps of type 339, profile rails can
be variably fastened to steel girder using termi-
nal strips.
Pipe clip application, type TKCI
The beam clamp as a pipe clip is used to route
pipes or cables in steel girders.
Beam clamp application with hinge
Hinged beam clamps can be used for suspen-
sions on sloping steel constructions. Fastening
on the beam is achieved using terminal strips.
Visible rail terminal application
The visible rail terminal TKD and the locknut
TKD-G allow easy fastening of constructions to
ceiling profiles.

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Additional information
AENOR, Producto Certificado, Spain
STOWARZYSZENIE ELEKTRYKÓW POLSKICH, Poland
CEBEC, Belgium
DEMKO, Danmarks Elektriske Materielkontrol, Denmark
ELEKTROTECHNICKÝ ZKUŠEBNÌ ÚSTAV, Czech Republic
ATEX certificate for explosive areas
FIMKO, Finland
KEMA-KEUR, Netherlands
M
Indication of metric products
NEMKO, Norway
Underwriters Laboratories Inc., USA + CSA, Canada
Österreichischer Verband für Elektrotechnik, Austria
INSTITUTO ITALIANO DEL MARCHO DI QUALITÁ, Italy
Underwriters Laboratories Inc., USA
SEMKO An Inchcape Testing Services Company, Sweden
Eidgenössisches Starkstrominspektorat, Switzerland
Underwriters Laboratories Inc., USA
Verband der Elektrotechnik, Elektronik, Informationstechnik e.V., Germany

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Pictogram explanation

Surfaces
Strip-galvanised
st
Strip-galvanised/plastic-coated
Bright
Hot-dip galvanised
Electro-galvanised
El Electrogalvanised/plastic-coated
Electrogalvanised, yellow passivated
Electrogalvanised, transparently passivated
Hot-dip galvanised
Copper-plated
Nickel-plated
Galvanised, Deltatone 500
Hot-dip galvanised/SOMY
Zinc-aluminium coated, double-dip
Zinc-aluminium coated, Galfan
Conformity symbol
Communautés Européennes, EC declaration of
conformity according to EC directives
RoHS-conformant
Quality marks
Halogen-free; without chlorine, fluorine and bromine
Flame resistant 650 °C
Flame resistant 750 °C
Flame resistant 960 °C
UV-RESISTANT
Nominal cross-section
Nominal cross-section 1.5 mm²
Nominal cross-section 1.5–2.5 mm²
Nominal cross-section 2.5 mm²
Nominal cross-section 2.5–4 mm²
Nominal cross-section 4 mm²
Nominal cross-section 4–6 mm²
Nominal cross-section 6 mm²

Nominal cross-section
Nominal cross-section 10 mm²
Nominal cross-section 16 mm²
Nominal voltage
Nominal voltage 400 V
Nominal voltage 500 V
Nominal voltage 660 V
Protection rating
Protection rating IP 20
Protection rating IP 30
Protection rating IP 31
Protection rating IP 54
Protection rating IP 54
Protection rating IP 55
Protection rating IP 65
Protection rating IP 66
Protection rating IP 67
Protection rating IP 68
Entries
4 cable entries
6 cable entries
7 cable entries
8 cable entries
9 cable entries
10 cable entries
12 cable entries
10 cable entries ECO
12 cable entries ECO
14 cable entries ECO
16 cable entries
18 cable entries ECO
24 cable entries
Polarity
3-pole
5-pole
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Additional information

Polarity
7-pole
8-pole
10-pole
12-pole
Clamp clip base shapes
Cable clip for C-profile rail with slot width 11–12 mm
Cable clip for C-profile rail with slot width 16–17 mm
Clamp clip for C profile rail with slot width 18–22 mm
Slot widths
Slot width 7.5 mm
Slot width 11 mm
Slot width 11–12 mm
Slot width 12 mm
Slot width 15 mm
Slot width 16 mm
Slot width 16.5 mm
Slot width 16–17 mm
Slot width 17 mm
Slot width 18 mm
Slot width 22 mm
Slot width 35 mm
Diameter
Diameter 60 mm
Diameter 68 mm
Diameter 70 mm
Diameter 74 mm
Gland thread
Thread metric
Thread Pg
Screw heads
Philips screw
Torx screw
Phillips screw

Screw heads
Pozidrive
Entry size
M20 entry
M25 entry
M32 entry
M40 entry
Materials
Flat steel
Angular steel
U steel
Firing devices
Bolt-firing tool
N
Nail device
BSS test marks/material class
Function maintenance class E30
Function maintenance class E90
KTS-side heights
Cable tray, side height 35 mm
Cable tray, side height 60 mm
Cable tray, side height 85 mm
Mesh cable tray, slant height 35 mm
Mesh cable tray, slant height 55 mm
BSS function maintenance installation
Escape route ceiling mounting with pressure clip
OBO Grip, wall routing type
OBO Grip, ceiling routing type
Pressure clip, function maintenance, ceiling mounting
BSS-Anchor
Fire protection anchor
Fire protection bolt tie
Metals
Aluminium
Stainless steel, 1.4301
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Metals
Stainless steel, 1.4310
Stainless steel, 1.4401
Stainless steel, 1.4404
Stainless steel, 1.4571
Brass
Steel
Cast iron
Die-cast zinc
Plastics
Duroplast, Aminoplast, type 131.5
Duroplast, melamine resin, type 150
Ethylene vinyl acetate
Fibre sealing material
Mixture of nitrile and styrene-butadiene rubber
Nitrile rubber
Polyamide
Polyamide, fibreglass reinforced
Polycarbonate
Polyethylene
Polybutylene terephthalate
Polypropylene
Polypropylene, glass-fibre reinforced
Polystyrene
Polyvinylchloride
Thermoplastic elastomer
Cellular polyethylene
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Additional information

Alu
Aluminium

VA (1.4301)
Stainless steel, 1.4301

VA (1.4310)
Stainless steel, 1.4310

VA (1.4401)
Stainless steel, 1.4401

VA (1.4404)
Stainless steel, 1.4404

VA (1.4571)
Stainless steel, 1.4571

CuZn
Brass

TG
Cast iron

Electrogalvanised
St
Steel

Zn
Die-cast zinc

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Plastics
Additional information

UF
Duroplast, Aminoplast, type 131.5

for boxes, glands and clips
Temperature resistance:
permanently up to 65 °C, briefly up to 90 °C and to about minus 40 °C.
Resistant to
Alcohol, ester, ether, benzene, petrol, mineral oils, greases, weak alkalis,
water.
Conditionally resistant to
Weak acids
Strong acids, strong alkalis.
Low risk of stress cracks.
MF
Duroplast, melamine resin, type 150

For terminal blocks
Temperature resistance:
permanently up to 80 °C, briefly up to 110 °C and to about minus 40 °C.
Resistant to
Alcohol, ester, ether, benzene, petrol, mineral oils, greases, weak alkalis,
water.
Conditionally resistant to
Weak acids.
Strong acids, strong alkalis.
Low risk of stress cracks.
EVA
Ethylene vinyl acetate

FA
Fibre sealing material

To DIN 28091, asbestos-free
Temperature resistance:
up to 300 °C.
NBR/SBR
Mixture of nitrile and styrene-
butadiene rubber

NBR
Nitrile rubber

Temperature resistance:
permanently up to 120 °C, briefly up to 150 °C, and to about minus 30 °C.
Resistant to
Oils and petrol.
PA
Polyamide

Temperature resistance:
permanently up to approx. 90 °C, briefly up to about 130 °C
and to about minus 40 °C*.
Chem. resistance generally as for polyethylene.
Resistant to
Petrol, benzene, diesel oil, acetone, solvents for paints and lacquers, oils
and greases.
Bleach, most acids, chlorine.
Low in air-humid conditions; only with some aqueous salt solutions.
Highly desiccated parts (high temperature and extremely low air humidity)
are highly sensitive to fuels and various solvents.
PA/GF
Polyamide, fibreglass reinforced

Temperature resistance:
permanently up to 100–110 °C, briefly up to 160 °C
and to about minus 40 °C*.
Resistant to
Petrol, benzene, diesel oil, acetone, solvents for paints and lacquers, oils
and greases.
Slightly susceptible to stress-cracking.
Bleach, most acids, chlorine.
Low in air-humid conditions; only with some aqueous salt solutions.
Highly desiccated parts (high temperature and extremely low air humidity)
are highly sensitive to fuels and various solvents.
PC
Polycarbonate

Temperature resistance:
permanently up to approx. 110 °C (in water 60 °C), briefly up to 125 °C,
and to below minus 35 °C.
Resistant to
Petrol, turpentine, most weak acids.
Acetone, benzene, chlorine, methylene chloride, most concentrated acids.
Relatively low.
Media which can cause tension cracking include benzene, aromatic
hydrocarbons, methanol, butanol, acetone, terpentine.

PE
Polyethylene

Temperature resistance:
hard types permanently up to about 90 °C, briefly up to about 105 °C,
soft types permanently up to about 80 °C, briefly up to about 100 °C and
to about minus 40 °C*.
Resistant to
Alkalis and inorganic acids.
Conditionally resistant to
Acetone, organic acids, petrol, benzene, diesel oil, most oils.
Chlorine, hydrocarbons, oxidising acids.
Relatively high.
Stress cracks can be caused by, among other things, acetone, various
alcohols, formic acid, ethanol, petrol, benzene, butyric acid, acetic acid,
formaldehyde, various oils, petroleum, propanol, nitric acid, hydrochloric
acid, sulphuric acid, soap solutions, turpentine, trichloroethylene, citric
acid.
PBPT
Polybutylene terephthalate

Thermoplastic polyester
Temperature resistance:
permanently up to 120 °C, briefly up to 140 °C and to approx. minus 40
°C.
Resistant to
Petrol, diesel oil, most weak acids, oils and greases.
Conditionally resistant to
Acetone, ammonia, benzene.
Strong acids, chlorine, fluorine, bromine vapour, bleach, trichloroethylene,
methylene chloride.
Low.
PP
Polypropylene

Temperature resistance:
permanently up to approx. 90 °C, briefly up to about 110 °C
and to about minus 30 °C*.
Chem. resistance generally as for polyethylene.
Resistant to
Alkalis and inorganic acids.
Conditionally resistant to
Acetone, organic acids, petrol, benzene, diesel oil, most oils.
Chlorine, hydrocarbons, oxidising acids.
Low, only with some acids such as chromic acid, hydrofluoric acid and
hydrochloric acid, as well as nitrogen oxide.
PP
Polypropylene, glass-fibre reinforced

Temperature resistance:
permanently up to approx. 90 °C, briefly up to approx. 110 °C
and to approx. minus 30 °C*.
Chem. resistance generally as for polyethylene.
Resistant to
Alkalis and inorganic acids.
Conditionally resistant to
Acetone, organic acids, petrol, benzene, diesel oil, most oils.
Chlorine, hydrocarbons, oxidising acids.
Low, only with some acids such as chromic acid, hydrofluoric acid and
hydrochloric acid, as well as nitrogen oxide.
PS
Polystyrene

Temperature resistance:
Because of its relatively high sensitivity to the effects of chemicals, its use
is not recommended at temperatures above normal room temperature,
about 25 °C.
Resistance to cold: to about minus 40 °C*.
Resistant to
Alkalis, most acids, alcohol.
Conditionally resistant to
Oils and greases.
Butyric acid, concentrated nitric acid, concentrated acetic acid, acetone,
ether, petrol and benzene, solvents for paints and lacquers, chlorine,
diesel fuel.
Relatively high.
Stress cracks can be caused by, amongst other things, acetone, ether,
petrol, cyclohexane, heptane, methanol, propanol and the softeners used
in some PVC cable mixes.
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PVC
Polyvinylchloride

Temperature resistance:
permanently up to 65 °C, briefly up to 75 °C and to about minus 30 °C.
Resistant to
Weak acids, alkalis, oils and greases, petrol.
Strong acids, benzene, acetone, iodine, toluene, trichloroethylene.
Low, only with some solvents such as benzene and acetone.
TPE
Thermoplastic elastomer

ZPE
Cellular polyethylene

*The minus values apply only for parts in the quiescent condition with no
severe impact stress.
There is no plastic that is resistant to every chemical. The agents listed
are only a small selection. Plastic parts are especially at risk in the
presence of chemicals and high temperatures. Stress cracks may occur.
If in doubt, please consult us and/or ask for a detailed chemical resistance
table.
Stress crack formation: stress cracks may occur if plastic parts under
tension are exposed to chemicals at the same time. Parts made of
polystyrene and polyethylene are particularly susceptible. Stress cracks
may even be caused by agents to which the plastic in question is resistant
in the absence of stress. Typical examples of parts under constant stress
when used as intended: grip clips, intermediate supports of cable glands,
ribbon clips.
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1.3-benzole disulphonic acid
20 A
Medium
°C
Temp.
Resistance
A = very good resistance
B = average resistance
C = not resistant
1.3-butadiene
20 A
2.4-chlorobenzoyl chloride
20 A
2-amino-2.2-diphenylacetic acid
20 A
4-chlorine-2-nitroaniline
20 C
4-chlorobenzaldehyde-2-sulphonic acid
20 A
5-amino-2-hydroxybenzoic acid
20 A
Abietic acid
20 A
Acetaldehyde 100%
20 C
Acetaldehyde 40%
20 A
Acetaldehyde 40%
40 B
Acetaldehyde, acetic acid ratio 90:10
20 B
Acetanilide 100%
20 A
Acetates (ammonium-, Na- and others)
50 A
Acetic acid 10%
60 A
Acetic acid 100%
20 A
Acetic acid 100%
60 B
Acetic acid 25%
40 A
Acetic acid 25–70%
40 A
Acetic anhydride
20 C
Acetone
20 C
Acetophenone (methyl phenyl ketone)
20 C
Acetylacetone (2.4-pentanedione)
20 C
Acetylene 100%
20 B
Acetylsalicylic acid
20 A
Adipic acid
20 A
Adipic acid
60 B
Alcoholic drinks
< 40 A
Alizarin 100%
20 A
Alkanoic sulphonic acids
50 A
Allyl alcohol 100%
20 B
Allyl alcohol 100%
60 C
Allyl chloride
20 C
Aminobenzene (p-)
20 A
Aminobenzenesulphonic acid (m-, o-, p-)
20 A
Aminosalicylic acid (p-)
20 A
Ammonia (vapours of all concentrations)
40 A
Ammonia (vapours of all concentrations)
60 B
Ammonia, anhydrous, liquid
< 60 B
Ammonium hydroxide
60 A
Aniline 100%
20 A
Aniline chloride, saturated solution
20 C
Apple juice
60 A
Ascorbic acid
20 A
Aspartic acid
20 A
Beer
60 A
Benzine, containing benzole
20 C
Benzine, free from aromatic hydrocarbons
60 A
Benzoic acid
40 A
Benzoic anhydride
30 A
Benzole
20 C
Benzophenone 100%
20 C
Benzosulphonic acid
60 A
Benzotrichloride
20 C
Benzotrifluoride
20 C
Benzoylbenzoic acid
20 A
Benzyl chloride
20 C
Betene
20 A
Bleaching liquor, 12% active chlorine
40 A
Bleaching liquor, 12% active chlorine
60 B
Blood
40 A
Boiled oil
60 C
Borates (NA-)
20 A
Borax
40 A
Boric acid
20 A
Brewer's wort
20 A
Brine
60 A
Bromates (K-, Na-)
40 A
Bromic acid
20 A
Bromides (K-, Na- and others)
60 A
Bromine water
20 A
Bromine, gaseous, dry
20 A
Bromine, liquid
20 C
Bromobenzene
20 C
Bromochloromethane
20 C
Bromochloropropane
20 C
Bromoform 100%
20 C
Butane, gaseous, 30%
20 A
Butanediole over 60%
40 B
Butanediole over 60%
20 C
Butanediole to 10%
20 A
Butanol
60 A
Buttermilk
20 A
Butyl acetate
20 C
Butyl butyrate
20 C
Butyl chloride
20 C



Butyl glycolate
20 C
Medium
°C
Temp.
Resistance
A = very good resistance
B = average resistance
C = not resistant
Butyl phenoles
20 C
Butyric acid 100%
20 C
Butyric acid 20%
20 A
Butyric acid 20%
60 C
Carbon dioxide
60 A
Carbon disulphide 100%
20 B
Carbon monoxide
60 A
Castor oil
60 A
Chlorates (K-, Na- and others)
20 A
Chlorates (K-, Na- and others)
60 B
Chlorates (K-, Na- and others)
60 A
Chloric acid to 20%
40 A
Chloric acid to 20%
60 B
Chlorides (ammonium-, Na- and others)
20 A
Chlorine cyanide
20 A
Chlorine water (saturated solution)
20 B
Chlorine, gaseous, dry 0.5%
20 A
Chlorine, gaseous, dry 100%
20 B
Chlorine, gaseous, moist 5%
20 B
Chlorine, liquid
20 C
Chloroacetaldehyde
20 C
Chloroacetic acid
20 A
Chloroacetones
20 C
Chloroacetylchloride
20 C
Chloroanilines
20 C
Chlorobenzaldehyde
20 C
Chlorobenzene
20 C
Chlorobenzotrifluoride
20 C
Chlorobenzoylchloride
20 C
Chlorocresoles
20 C
Chloroethylbenzene
20 C
Chloroform
20 C
Chloronaphthalines
20 C
Chloronitrobenzoic acid
20 A
Chromates (K-, Na- to 50%)
50 A
Chrome alum
60 A
Chromic acid
30 A
Chromic acid to 50%
40 A
Citrates (ammonium-, Na)
20 A
Citric acid
20 A
Citric acid
60 B
Cresol
20 C
Cumene
20 C
Cyanacetic acid
20 C
Cyanamide
20 A
Cyanides (K-, Na- to 50%)
60 A
Cyclohexanol
20 C
Cyclohexanone
20 C
Developer
40 A
Dextrose
50 A
Dibromomethylene
20 C
Dibutyl phthalate
20 C
Dibutyloxalate
20 C
Dichloroethylene
20 C
Dichloropropylene
20 C
Dichromates (K-, Na-)
50 C
Diethyl ether
20 C
Diethylamine 100%
20 C
Diethylene glycol
60 C
Dimethylether
20 C
Di-n-butylether
20 C
Diotylphthalate
20 C
Dioxan
20 C
Diphenyl
20 C
Diphenylamine
20 C
Ethane
20 A
Ethanol
40 A
Ethanolamine
20 B
Ethyl acetate
20 C
Ethyl acrylate
20 C
Ethyl chloride
20 C
Ethylbenzene
20 C
Ethylene glycol
20 A
Fish oil
20 A
Fixing bath
60 A
Fluorides (ammonium-, K-, Na- and others)
60 A
Fluorine
20 B
Fluorine
60 C
Formaldehyde
60 A
Formamide 100%
20 C
Formiates (ammonium- and others)
20 A
Formic acid 100%
20 B
Formic acid 100%
60 C
Formic acid 50%
40 A
Furfural
20 C
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Furfuryl alcohol
20 C
Medium
°C
Temp.
Resistance
A = very good resistance
B = average resistance
C = not resistant
Gelatine
60 A
Gluconic acid
20 A
Glucose
60 A
Glutamic acid
20 A
Glycerine
60 A
Glycine
40 A
Glycol
60 A
Heptanes
20 A
Hexachloroethane
20 C
Hexacyanoferrates-II (Na-)
40 A
Hexacyanoferrates-III (K-)
40 A
Hexafluorosilicates (ammonium-, K- and others)
60 A
Hexafluorosilicic acid 32%
60 A
Hexamethylenetetramine (urotropine) 40% aqueous
solution
60 A
Humic acids
20 A
Hydrazine, diluted solution 100%
20 C
Hydrazine, diluted solution 30%
20 A
Hydrobromic acid to 40%
60 A
Hydrochloric acid to 30%
20 A
Hydrochloric acid to 30%
60 B
Hydrochloric acid to 37%
20 A
Hydrochloric acid to 37%
40 B
Hydrofluoric acid to 40%
40 A
Hydrofluoric acid to 40%
60 B
Hydrogen bromide 100%
20 A
Hydrogen bromide 100%
60 B
Hydrogen chloride (gaseous, dry and moist)
40 A
Hydrogen cyanide
40 A
Hydrogen peroxide to 30%
60 A
Hydrogen peroxide to 90%
20 A
Hydrogen sulphide
60 A
Hydroxides (alkaline-earth metal)
60 A
Hydroxides (K-, Na-)
60 A
Hypochlorites (K-, Na- and others)
60 A
hypochlorous acid
60 A
Illuminating gas
20 A
Iodates (K-, Na- and others)
60 A
Iodides (K-, Na-)
60 A
Iodine
20 C
Isobutylphosphate
20 C
Lactic acid 10%
20 A
Lactic acid 10%
60 C
Lactic acid 100%
20 C
Lard
20 A
Linoleic acid
60 A
Linseed oil
60 A
Malic acid
20 A
Material characteristics
Methanol 100%
40 A
Methanol 100%
60 B
Methyl bromide
20 C
Methyl chloride
20 C
Methyl methacrylate
20 C
Methylamine
20 B
Methylene dichloride
20 C
Milk
20 A
Mineral oils
60 C
N,N-diethyl aniline
20 C
Naphthalene
20 C
Nitrates (ammonium-, K-, Na- and others)
60 A
Nitric acid 25%
20 A
Nitric acid 25%
60 B
Nitric acid 50%
20 A
Nitric acid 50%
50 B
Nitric acid 95%
20 C
Nitrites (K-, Na- and others)
60 A
Nitrobenzene
20 C
Nitrogen oxide
20 C
Nitroglycerine
20 B
Nitrous acid to 50%
50 A
Nitrous acid to 98%
20 C
Oleic acid
60 A
Oxalates (ammonium-, K-, Na- and others)
60 A
Oxalic acid
40 A
Oxygen
60 A
Ozone 10%
30 A
Ozone 10%
60 B
Palmitic acid
20 A
Paraffin
40 A
Pentyl laurate
20 C
Pentylacetate
20 C



Pentylalcohol
60 A
Medium
°C
Temp.
Resistance
A = very good resistance
B = average resistance
C = not resistant
Pentylchloride
20 C
Perbonate (K-)
60 A
Perchlorate
40 A
Perchloric acid 70%
20 A
Permanganate (K-) 6 to 15%
40 A
Permanganate (K-) 6 to 15%
60 B
Permanganate (K-) to 6%
60 A
Peroxymonosulphuric acid (Caro's acid)
20 A
Persulphate (Ammonium-, K-, Na- and others)
40 A
Petroleum
60 A
Phenol 1%
20 A
Phenol 90%
45 B
Phenylhydrazine
20 C
Phenylhydrazine chloride
20 B
Phenylhydrazine chloride
60 C
Phosgene, gaseous
20 A
Phosgene, gaseous
60 B
Phosgene, liquid
20 C
Phosphates (ammonium-, K-, Na- and others)
60 A
Phosphoric acid
40 A
Phosphoric acid
60 B
Phosphorus pentoxide
20 A
Propane
20 A
Propanol
60 A
Pyridine
20 A
Rhodanides (ammonium-, K-, Na- and others)
60 A
Salicylic acid
20 A
Silicates (K-)
20 A
Soap solution
40 A
Stearic acid
60 A
Sulphates (ammonium-, K-, Na- and others)
60 A
Sulphites (ammonium-, K-, Na- and others)
60 A
Sulphur dioxide, gaseous, dry and moist 100%
60 A
Sulphuric acid to 40%
20 C
Sulphuric acid to 50%
50 A
Sulphuric acid to 50%
60 A
Sulphuric acid to 80%
40 C
Sulphuric acid to 80%
60 B
Sulphuric acid to 96%
20 A
Sulphuric acid to 96%
60 B
Sulphuric acid, fuming (10% oleum)
20 C
Sulphurous acid
60 A
Tallow
60 A
Tan bark
20 A
Tar, free from aromatic hydrocarbons
20 A
Tartaric acid
60 A
Tetraethyl lead
60 A
Tetrafluoroboric acid
20 A
Tetrahydrofurane
20 C
Thickness
60 A
Toluene
20 A
Transformer oil
60 A
Trichloroethylene
20 C
Turpentine
20 A
Urea
60 C
Vegetable oils
40 A
Vinyl acetate
20 C
Viscose spinning solutions
60 A
Water
40 A
Water
60 B
Wine
40 A
Wine vinegar
50 A
Wood tar
20 C
Xylenes
20 C
Material properties of the hard PVC used
Material description according to DIN 7748 PVC-U-E-D-080-
04-28
Tensile strength according to DIN 53 455 min. 40 N/mm²
Elongation at tear according to DIN 53 455 min. 65%
Puncture strength according to DIN 53 481 min. 20 KV/mm
Surface resistance according to DIN 53 482 min. 10 10
Thermoforming resistance according to DIN 53 460/B min. 75 °C
Temperature resistance in the application max. 65 °C
Flammability according to UL 94 Level V-0
Hot-wire test according to DIN IEC 695 960 °C
Material classification to DIN EN 4102, Class B1 and B2-tested
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313
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Beam clamps for knocking-in Gland hole 314
With threaded bolt 314
For pipes 315


Beam clamps for screwing-in Gland hole 317
With thread 317
For pipes 317


Special beam bracket systems Visible rail terminal 318
Locknut 318


Profile ceiling suspensions 318
Beam clamp 318
Beam clamp, Profile 1268 319


Profile rails 319


Self-build profile system Self-build profile 321


Head plate 321


Triangular node 321


90° installation profile 321


Suspension chain 321


S hook 321


Hammer-head bolt 321

Beam clamp systems
314
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Beam clamp systems




Beam clamp, gland hole
ST Steel

ZD Galvanised, Deltatone 500/100 pc.
With drill hole to accept S hooks or bolt with nut.


TK 6-0

Type


mm
Flange
thickness
2-6


mm
Dimen-
sion B
33.3


mm
Dimen-
sion H
30


mm
Dimen-
sion E
6.5


kN
Breaking
load
0.9
1481 01 0
Item No.
1.350
kg/100 pcs.
Weight

100
pcs
Pack.


TK 13-0

5-13

33.3

37

7

0.9
1481 02 9
1.550
100

TK 19-0

14-19

33.3

43

7

0.9
1481 04 5
2.490
100



Beam clamp, with female thread
ST Steel

ZD Galvanised, Deltatone 500/100 pc.
With female thread M6.


TKI 7-6

Type


mm
Flange
thickness
3-6.5


kN
Breaking
load
0.45
1483 57 9
Item No.
2.350
kg/100 pcs.
Weight

100
pcs
Pack.


TKI 13-6

7-13

0.45
1483 58 7
2.350
100

TKI 19-6

14-19

0.45
1483 59 5
3.050
100



Beam clamp, with threaded bolt
ST Steel

ZD Galvanised, Deltatone 500/100 pc.
With M6 x 9 mm threaded rod for fastening clips or other components.


TK-G 4

Type


mm
Flange
thickness
2-4


mm
Dimen-
sion B
28


mm
Dimen-
sion H
28


Thread
M6 x 9


kN
Breaking
load
0.45
1481 10 2
Item No.
0.900
kg/100 pcs.
Weight

100
pcs
Pack.


TK-G 9

5-9

38

32

M6 x 9

0.45
1481 10 8
1.600
100

TK-G 16

10-16

38

42

M6 x 9

0.45
1481 11 4
1.830
100

TK-G 20

17-20

38

49

M6 x 9

0.45
1481 12 0
2.000
100


ST Steel

ZD Galvanised, Deltatone 500/100 pc.
With threaded bolt M6 x 7.5 mm.


TKG 7-6

Type


mm
Flange
thickness
3-6.5


kN
Breaking
load
0.45
1483 44 7
Item No.
2.400
kg/100 pcs.
Weight

100
pcs
Pack.


TKG 13-6

7-13

0.45
1483 45 5
2.400
100

TKG 19-6

14-19

0.45
1483 46 3
3.100
100



Beam clamp, with cable tie
ST Steel

ZD Galvanised, Deltatone 500/100 pc.
With cable ties to fix cable bundles.


TKK 6-240

Type


mm
Flange
thickness
2-6


mm
Cable
strip
length
240


Ø
Max. D
70


mm
Dimen-
sion A
7.6


kN
Breaking
load
0.8
1481 40 1
Item No.
2.200
kg/100 pcs.
Weight

100
pcs
Pack.


TKK 6-365

2-6

365

110

7.6

0.8
1481 42 8
1.300
100

TKK13-240

5-13

240

70

7.6

0.8
1481 45 2
1.900
100

TKK13-365

5-13

365

110

7.6

0.8
1481 46 0
2.000
100

TKK19-240

14-19

240

70

7.6

0.8
1481 53 3
2.300
100

TKK19-365

14-19

365

110

7.6

0.8
1481 54 1
2.400
100



Beam clamp, for installation strip
ST Steel

ZD Galvanised, Deltatone 500/100 pc.
With seat for installation strip.


TKR 6

Type


mm
Flange
thickness
2-6


kN
Breaking
load
0.9
1481 70 3
Item No.
1.800
kg/100 pcs.
Weight

100
pcs
Pack.


TKR 9

5-9

0.9
1481 71 1
2.400
100

TKR 19

14-19

0.9
1481 74 6
3.400
100
Beam clamps for knocking in

315
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Beam clamp, for threaded rod
ST Steel

ZD Galvanised, Deltatone 500/100 pc.
With rotating seat for threaded rod.


TKR 13-6

Type


mm
Flange
thickness
5-13


For
threaded
rod
M6


mm
Dimen-
sion E
6


mm
Dimen-
sion A
52


kN
Breaking
load
0.9
1482 06 8
Item No.
3.040
kg/100 pcs.
Weight

100
pcs
Pack.


TKR 13-8

5-13

M8

8

52

0.9
1482 07 6
3.040
100

TKR 13-10

5-13

M10

10

52

0.9
1482 08 4
3.040
100

TKR 19-6

14-19

M6

6

59

0.9
1482 11 4
3.180
100

TKR 19-8

14-19

M8

8

59

0.9
1482 12 2
3.180
100



Beam clamp, for pipes
ST Steel

ZD Galvanised, Deltatone 500/100 pc.
With rotating clip to accept pipes, lockable.


TKS 6-25

Type


mm
Flange
thickness
2-6


mm
Clamping
range D
18-25


kN
Breaking
load
0.45
1483 01 3
Item No.
2.490
kg/100 pcs.
Weight

100
pcs
Pack.


TKS 6-32

2-6

28-32

0.45
1483 02 1
3.180
100

TKS 6-37

2-6

35-37

0.45
1483 04 8
3.450
100

TKS 6-42

2-6

37-42

0.45
1483 05 6
3.900
100

TKS 13-25

5-13

18-25

0.45
1483 10 2
2.720
100

TKS 13-32

5-13

28-32

0.45
1483 11 0
3.080
50

TKS 13-37

5-13

35-37

0.45
1483 12 9
3.540
50

TKS 13-42

5-13

37-42

0.45
1483 13 7
4.600
50

TKS 19-25

14-19

18-25

0.45
1483 30 7
4.500
50

TKS 19-32

14-19

28-32

0.45
1483 31 5
4.700
50

TKS 19-37

14-19

35-37

0.45
1483 32 3
4.850
50



ST Steel

ZD Galvanised, Deltatone 500/100 pc.
With rotating clip to accept pipes.


TKC 6-20

Type


mm
Flange
thickness
2-6


mm
Clamping
range D
17-20


kN
Breaking
load
0.11
1482 40 8
Item No.
2.220
kg/100 pcs.
Weight

100
pcs
Pack.


TKC 6-25

2-6

23-25

0.11
1482 41 6
2.720
100

TKC 13-20

5-13

17-20

0.11
1482 46 7
1.500
100

TKC 13-25

5-13

23-25

0.11
1482 47 5
1.770
100

TKC 13-32

5-13

25-32

0.11
1482 48 3
1.900
100

TKC 19-20

14-19

17-20

0.11
1482 60 2
1.770
50

TKC 19-25

14-19

23-25

0.11
1482 61 0
1.810
50

TKC 19-32

14-19

25-32

0.11
1482 62 9
2.130
50



ST Steel

ZD Galvanised, Deltatone 500/100 pc.
With rotating clip to accept pipes, lockable.


TKSU 7-25

Type


mm
Flange
thickness
3-6.5


mm
Clamping
range D
18-25


kN
Breaking
load
0.11
1484 30 3
Item No.
3.700
kg/100 pcs.
Weight

50
pcs
Pack.


TKSU 7-32

3-6.5

28-32

0.11
1484 31 1
4.050
50

TKSU 7-37

3-6.5

35-37

0.11
1484 33 8
4.400
50

TKSU 7-42

3-6.5

37-42

0.11
1484 34 6
4.800
25

TKSU 13-25

7-13

18-25

0.11
1484 40 0
4.150
50

TKSU 13-32

7-13

28-32

0.11
1484 41 9
4.450
50

TKSU 13-37

7-13

35-37

0.11
1484 42 7
4.750
50

TKSU 13-42

7-13

37-42

0.11
1484 43 5
5.520
25

TKSU 19-25

14-19

18-25

0.11
1484 50 8
4.550
50

TKSU 19-32

14-19

28-32

0.11
1484 51 6
4.900
50

TKSU 19-37

14-19

35-37

0.11
1484 52 4
5.450
25



ST Steel

ZD Galvanised, Deltatone 500/100 pc.
With rotating clip to accept pipes.


TKCU 7-20

Type


mm
Flange
thickness
3-6.5


mm
Clamping
range D
17-20


kN
Breaking
load
0.11
1484 00 1
Item No.
3.760
kg/100 pcs.
Weight

50
pcs
Pack.


TKCU 7-25

3-6.5

23-25

0.11
1484 02 8
3.900
50

TKCU 7-32

3-6.5

25-32

0.11
1484 03 6
4.350
50

TKCU 13-20

7-13

17-20

0.11
1484 07 9
4.220
50

TKCU 13-25

7-13

23-25

0.11
1484 08 7
4.350
50

TKCU 13-32

7-13

25-32

0.11
1484 09 5
4.800
50

TKCU 19-20

14-19

17-20

0.11
1484 13 3
4.450
50

TKCU 19-25

14-19

23-25

0.11
1484 14 1
4.550
50

TKCU 19-32

14-19

25-32

0.11
1484 16 8
5.350
50
Beam clamps for knocking in

316
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Beam clamp systems



Beam clamp, for pipes
ST Steel

ZD Galvanised, Deltatone 500/100 pc.
With internal pipe clip.


TKCI 5-7

Type


mm
Flange
thickness
1.5-5


mm
Dimen-
sion D
5.5-7


mm
Dimen-
sion B
13.5


mm
Cable Ø
5.5-7
1487 00 0
Item No.
0.300
kg/100 pcs.
Weight

100
pcs
Pack.


TKCI 5-9

1.5-5

8-9.5

13.5

8-9.5
1487 01 9
0.300
100

TKCI 5-11

1.5-5

9.5-11

13.5

9.5-11
1487 02 7
0.400
100

TKCI 5-14

1.5-5

12-14

13.5

12-14
1487 03 5
0.400
100

TKCI 5-18

1.5-5

13-18

13.5

13-18
1487 04 3
0.600
100

TKCI 5-24

1.5-5

19-24

13.5

19-24
1487 05 1
0.500
100

TKCI 5-32

1.5-5

25-32

13.5

25-32
1487 07 8
0.700
100

TKCI 7-7

5-7

5.5-7

13.5

5.5-7
1487 20 5
0.400
100

TKCI 7-9

5-7

8-9.5

13.5

8-9.5
1487 21 3
0.400
100

TKCI 7-11

5-7

9.5-11

13.5

9.5-11
1487 22 1
0.400
100

TKCI 7-14

5-7

12-14

13.5

12-14
1487 24 8
0.400
100

TKCI 7-18

5-7

13-18

13.5

13-18
1487 25 6
0.400
100

TKCI 7-24

5-7

19-24

13.5

19-24
1487 26 4
0.500
100

TKCI 7-32

5-7

25-32

13.5

25-32
1487 27 2
0.700
100

TKCI 12- 7

8.5-12.5

5.5-7

13.5

5.5-7
1487 41 8
0.400
100

TKCI 12- 9

8.5-12.5

8-9.5

13.5

8-9.5
1487 42 6
0.400
100

TKCI 12-11

8.5-12.5

9.5-11

13.5

9.5-11
1487 43 4
0.400
100

TKCI 12-14

8.5-12.5

12-14

13.5

12-14
1487 44 2
0.400
100

TKCI 12-18

8.5-12.5

13-18

13.5

13-18
1487 45 0
0.500
100

TKCI 12-24

8.5-12.5

19-24

13.5

19-24
1487 46 9
0.600
100

TKCI 12-32

8.5-12.5

25-32

13.5

25-32
1487 47 7
0.700
100


ST Steel

ZD Galvanised, Deltatone 500/100 pc.
Beam clamp adapter for flange thicknesses of 12 to 20 mm, with three seats for the beam
clamps TKCI 5.


TKCI-A

Type


mm
Flange
thickness
12-20


mm
Dimen-
sion L
37


mm
Dimen-
sion B
25


mm
Dimen-
sion H
32
1487 49 6
Item No.
1.700
kg/100 pcs.
Weight

50
pcs
Pack.




Beam clamp, with strap
ST Steel

ZD Galvanised, Deltatone 500/100 pc.
With flexible strap to fix individual cables or bundles.


TKB 6

Type


mm
Flange
thickness
2-6


kN
Breaking
load
0.8
1481 20 7
Item No.
2.100
kg/100 pcs.
Weight

100
pcs
Pack.


TKB 13

5-13

0.8
1481 21 5
2.800
100

TKB 19

14-19

0.8
1481 23 1
3.200
50



Profile suspensions
ST Steel

ZD Galvanised, Deltatone 500/100 pc.
Profile suspension with drill hole to accept S hooks.


TKL 4

Type


mm
Flange
thickness
1.5-4


mm
Dimen-
sion H
52


mm
Dimen-
sion L
10


kN
Breaking
load
0.72
1485 10 5
Item No.
0.860
kg/100 pcs.
Weight

100
pcs
Pack.


TKL 6

4-6

54

12

0.72
1485 11 3
1.090
100



Beam clip
ST Steel

ZD Galvanised, Deltatone 500/100 pc.
With internal pipe clip.


TC 7-10 ZD

Type


mm
Flange
thickness
5-7


mm
Clamping
range D
3-10
1487 70 1
Item No.
0.750
kg/100 pcs.
Weight

100
pcs
Pack.


TC 9-20 ZD

8-9

7-20
1487 72 8
0.880
100
Beam clamps for knocking in

317
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Screw-in beam clamp, with gland hole
TG Cast iron/100 pc.
With gland hole.


FL 1 TG

Type


mm
Flange
thickness
0-18


mm
Dimen-
sion H
35


mm
Dimen-
sion B
19


mm
Dimen-
sion L
38


Dimen-
sion G
M8


mm
Dimen-
sion D
9


kN
Breaking
load
1.2
1488 01 5
Item No.
8.500
kg/100 pcs.
Weight

50
pcs
Pack.


FL 2 TG

0-20

42

21

44

M10

11

2.5
1488 02 3
14.000
50

FL 3 TG

0-26

54

23.5

58

M10

13

3.5
1488 03 1
18.000
25



Screw-in beam clamp, with thread
TG Cast iron/100 pc.
With thread.


FL1-G M8 TG

Type


mm
Flange
thickness
0-18


mm
Dimen-
sion H
35


mm
Dimen-
sion B
19


mm
Dimen-
sion L
38


Dimen-
sion G
M8


For
threaded
rod
M8


kN
Breaking
load
1.2
1488 07 4
Item No.
8.500
kg/100 pcs.
Weight

50
pcs
Pack.


FL2-G M10 TG

0-20

42

21

44

M10

M10

2.5
1488 08 2
14.000
50

FL3-G M12 TG

0-26

54

23.5

58

M10

M12

3.5
1488 09 0
18.000
25



Screw-in beam clamp, with hinge
ST Steel

ZD Galvanised, Deltatone 500/100 pc.
Two-hinge beam clamp for fastening on beams without welding and drilling. The maximum load
is dependent on the load direction.


TK FL G

Type


mm
Flange
thickness
0-24


For
threaded
rod
M10


kN
Breaking
load
0.9-2.8
1488 11 1
Item No.
34.000
kg/100 pcs.
Weight

10
pcs
Pack.




Screw-in beam clamp, universal
ST Steel

ZD Galvanised, Deltatone 500/100 pc.
Various fastening options (horizontal and vertical).


TK 213

Type


mm
Flange
thickness
2-13


kN
Breaking
load
1.35


mm
Dimen-
sion B
15.8


mm
Dimen-
sion H
35
1484 70 2
Item No.
2.720
kg/100 pcs.
Weight

100
pcs
Pack.




Screw-in beam clamp, for pipes
ST Steel

ZD Galvanised, Deltatone 500/100 pc.
With rotating clip to accept pipes and cables, lockable.


TKS 213-25

Type


mm
Flange
thickness
2-13


mm
Clamping
range D
18-25


kN
Breaking
load
0.45
1484 81 8
Item No.
3.990
kg/100 pcs.
Weight

50
pcs
Pack.


TKS 213-32

2-13

28-32

0.45
1484 82 6
4.170
50

TKS 213-37

2-13

35-37

0.45
1484 83 4
6.300
50

TKS 213-42

2-13

37-42

0.45
1484 84 2
7.300
50



D
Ø6.5
D
Ø6.5
Pipe clamp
ST Steel

ZD Galvanised, Deltatone 500/100 pc.
To accept pipes and cables, lockable.


S 25 ZD

Type


mm
Clamping
range D
18-25


kN
Breaking
load
0.45
1486 30 6
Item No.
1.420
kg/100 pcs.
Weight

100
pcs
Pack.


S 32 ZD

28-32

0.45
1486 31 4
1.550
100

S 37 ZD

35-37

0.45
1486 32 2
2.180
100
Beam clamps for screwing in

318
OBO
VBS
01 VBS Katalog 2010_Neuer_Stand / en / 15/02/2010 (LLExport_00943)
Always indicate the article number when ordering.
Beam clamp systems




Visible rail terminal
ST Steel

ZD Galvanised, Deltatone 500/100 pc.
Rotary clamp fastening to ceiling profiles with threaded connection.


TKD 9

Type


Thread
M6x9


kN
Breaking
load
0.22
1486 60 8
Item No.
1.100
kg/100 pcs.
Weight

100
pcs
Pack.


TKD 16

M6x16

0.22
1486 61 6
1.200
100

TKD 25

M6x25

0.22
1486 62 4
1.400
100

TKD 38

M6x38

0.22
1486 63 2
1.700
100



Locknut
ST Steel

ZD Galvanised, Deltatone 500/100 pc.
Disk nut for toolless, manual mounting.


TKD G

Type


Thread
M6


kN
Breaking
load
0.22
1486 67 5
Item No.
0.540
kg/100 pcs.
Weight

100
pcs
Pack.



ø 6.7
60
ø 6.7
60

Profile ceiling suspensions
ST Steel

ZD Galvanised, Deltatone 500/100 pc.
Push-through fastening for 7 mm drill holes and plate thicknesses of 0.8 to 2 mm, with opening
to accept S hooks or bolt and nut.


TKT

Type


mm
Bore
hole Ø
7


kN
Breaking
load
0.45
1486 86 1
Item No.
0.900
kg/100 pcs.
Weight

100
pcs
Pack.




Plug-on bracket for ceiling profiles
ST Steel

ZD Galvanised, Deltatone 500/100 pc.
Plug-on bracket for ceiling profiles, with drill hole for universal connection.


TKA

Type


mm
Dimen-
sion B
25


mm
Dimen-
sion L
79
1486 68 2
Item No.
1.300
kg/100 pcs.
Weight

100
pcs
Pack.




Mounting bracket on threaded rods
ST Steel

ZD Galvanised, Deltatone 500/100 pc.
Sprung steel clamp for quick fastening to threaded rods or beams without welding or drilling.


TK GS M4 M8

Type


For
threaded
rod
M4 - M8


mm
Dimen-
sion B
19


mm
Dimen-
sion L
82


Dimen-
sion G
M6


kN
Breaking
load
0.22
1486 69 4
Item No.
0.885
kg/100 pcs.
Weight

100
pcs
Pack.


TK GS M10 M12

M10 - M12

26

120

M6

0.22
1486 69 8
1.810
100



Beam clamp
ST Steel/100 pairs
For rapid fastening on steel profiles during the mounting of cable tracks, clamp clips, luminaire
suspensions, etc. A complete system consists of two beam clamps and a piece of C profile rail
of any length, as well as two protective caps.


339 1

Type


mm
Flange
thickness
4-16


pair
Box
Qty.
100
1408 51 8
Item No.
6.200
kg/100 pairs
Weight

5
pair
Pack.



ST Steel/100 pairs
For rapid fastening on steel profiles during the mounting of cable tracks, clamp clips, luminaire
suspensions, etc. A complete system consists of two beam clamps and a piece of C profile rail