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TRI-FIXX™ FASTENING SYSTEM SKU: F931

TRI-FIXX™ FASTENING SYSTEM SKU: F931

The TriFixx™ Fastening System is a plate/nail combination that is utilized for mechanically attaching SOPREMA™ membranes to lightweight insulating concrete and gypsum substrates. TriFixx membrane plate is fastened through the plate and into the substrate using 3 TriFixx Nails at a 45° angle to the plate at the 3 marked locations on the plate.

Product Properties

  • Fastening Substrate Gypsum, Lightweight Concrete
  • Type Fastener

Installation

Apply via mechanically fastening using a TriFixx gun.

 

Testing & Approvals

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