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PFEIFER Building technology:

Be s u c ces s ful with qual i t y and i nno vat i o n!

In 1950 Hermann Pfeifer, aged 22, took over the small rope business. His
wealth of ideas, vision and openness enabled Hermann Pfeifer to succeed in
turning what used to be a small business into a globally active industrial enter-
prise with over 650 employees.

With Gerhard Pfeifer, the twelfth generation of the family leads the PFEIFER
group of companies with outstanding performance in the fields of ropes,
lifting and construction equipment.

In the field of building technology, the PFEIFER Thread System product range
is the best example of the company’s user-oriented innovation. High quality
and competent technical advice have made PFEIFER into a reliable partner in
the field of construction.

Through the partnership with JORDAHL and H-BAU in the J&P Sales
Company, PFEIFER customers now have one of the largest selections of
technical components for the building industry. The joint sales team that offers
superb coverage and subsidiaries with warehouses provide you with intensive,
professional service. This is reinforced by our direct application advice in the
development and service centres.

Use this capability for more success on the market.

A warm welcome to PFEIFER.

Experienced staff who have been working for us


for many years produce the thread system with the
successful waved anchor, which was sold 40 million
times, on modern machines in our parent factory at
Memmingen. This ensures a constantly high quality.
For us, your safety is worth “Made in Germany”.

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Thread System
Content

Contents
General Installation Instruction for PFEIFER Thread System page 4-9

PFEIFER Thread System Lifting Anchors page 10-35

PFEIFER Waved Anchor page 13-18


• long type
• short type

PFEIFER Sockets page 19-22


PFEIFER Bar Anchor page 23-25
PFEIFER Flat Steel Anchor page 27-29
PFEIFER Bolt Anchor page 31-32
PFEIFER Repair-Kit page 33-35
PFEIFER Special Anchors page 36

PFEIFER Thread System Lifting Devices page 38-49

PFEIFER Lifting Loops page 41-42


PFEIFER Distribution Basins page 41-42
PFEIFER Swivel Eyes page 43-45
PFEIFER Special Lifting Loops with pressure plate page 47-49

PFEIFER Thread System Anchor Accessories page 50-65

PFEIFER Data Clip page 53-54


PFEIFER Fixing Bolts page 55
PFEIFER Fixing Screws for Fixing Bolts page 56
PFEIFER Button Head Fixing Bolts page 57-58
PFEIFER Recess Discs page 57-58
PFEIFER Recess Discs - steel page 61-62
PFEIFER Magnetic Fixings page 57-58
PFEIFER Screw Caps page 63
PFEIFER External Caps page 63-64
• large
• small
PFEIFER Thread Cleaners page 65

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General Instructions for Installation

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On this page you will find general advice for all
of the PFEIFER Thread System items of the PFEIFER Thread Systems. The ins-
tallation instructions for the particular items and
identifying data of the individual product data
pages in this catalogue should be observed. The
conditions of stress and the appropriate choice
of the correct anchor are described in the “Gene-
ral Technical Introduction to the PFEIFER Lifting
Anchor Systems.”

1. Description 2. Utilisation suitability


The name PFEIFER Thread System comes from the fact that the lifting The anchors of the PFEIFER Thread System are intended to be used for lifting
anchors of the PFEIFER Thread System are partly or completely made of high and assembling of precast concrete units, in particular for precast concrete
grade precision steel sockets with inner threads. units in which the anchors are located close to an edge.
The lifting device is equipped with threaded bolts accordingly. Even thin precast concrete panels can be safely lifted and transported when
The PFEIFER Thread System is compiled of three components (Fig. 1 and 2): using PFEIFER Lifting Anchors. Precast concrete can be safely set up from a
horizontal formwork table and then lifted vertically. More information in Sec-
– lifting anchor: e.g. PFEIFER Sockets, Waved Anchor, each with a Data Clip
tion 4 “Conditions of Utilisation”.
as marking ring
Utilisation and assembly must take place according to the general Installation
– lifting device: Lifting Loop or Swivel Eye
Instructions and according to the individual specifications on the product data
– formwork accessories: Recess Disc, Fixing Bolts, Fixing Screws, External pages. The dimensioning must be undertaken as described in the “General
Caps, etc. Technical Introduction to PFEIFER Lifting Anchors”.
The lifting anchors of the PFEIFER Thread System are intended to be used The PFEIFER Waved Anchor with its form has proved to be a par ticularly eco-
together with the lifting devices for lifting and assembly of precast concrete nomical lifting anchor. Its higher price compared to the PFEIFER Socket more
units in general. They are particularly suitable for lifting and assembly of thin than compensates for the continuous rise in wages through corresponding
precast panels. quick assembly. The time saving is obvious as the PFEIFER Waved Anchor
Each lifting device, PFEIFER Swivel Eye and PFEIFER Lifting Loop, combined is already complete with a pressed in reinforcement bar with waved shape.
with the appropriate lifting anchors, PFEIFER Waved Anchors and PFEIFER The PFEIFER Socket on the other hand must be completed with a longer bent
Sockets, is considered as a matching lifting anchor system (Fig. 1 and 2). reinforcement bar in order to transmit the forces into the concrete. Cutting,
The PFEIFER Thread System has a sturdy round thread which helps to avoid bending and installation of this bar costs so much time that the economy of
intrusion of dirt into the internal screw thread, and any little dirt or concrete the PFEIFER Waved Anchor – in spite of the higher cost of procurement – is
particles which do penetrate are easier to remove. Commercial screws fit the apparent.
round thread and hold well. The threaded bolts of the lifting device are not
3. Installation into Formwork
sensitive to dirt or jolts.
We offer a comprehensive and abundant assortment of installation accesso-
All items of the thread systems – their dimensions being based on the
ries, with which a safe and exact assembly of the PFEIFER Thread System to
metric round thread – are compatible with each other. Safe and perfect
the formwork can be achieved:
function of this system is only guaranteed when using original PFEIFER
Thread System parts. – Fixing Bolts with and without button heads
– plastic or steel Recess Discs
Safety regulations demand that only items belonging to the PFEIFER Lifting
– Fixing Screws
Devices System – PFEIFER Lifting Loop or PFEIFER Swivel Eye – may be
– Data Clips
used.
– Magnetic Fixings
The lifting devices must be screwed to the full length of the thread bolt until – External Caps, large and small
impact is made in the thread sockets.
All these aids are dimensionally co-ordinated in order to prevent any installa-
tion errors.

Figure 1 Figure 2

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Figure 3 – Possible Combinations of
PFEIFER Accessories
for PFEIFER Thread System

Suitable Installation Accessories Suitable Lifting Device Suitable External Cap


Flushed Installation with Fixing Bolt

Fixing Screw Formwork:


Wood
Plastic Lifting Loop Swivel Eye
Steel
or hexagon bolt

External Cap, small

Fixing Bolt

Data Clip
Lifting Anchor

Fixing Screw Formwork:


Wood Lifting Loop
Plastic Cover Cap-
Installation with

Steel stainless External Cap,


Small Recess

steel small

Button Head
Fixing Bolt
Data Clip
Lifting Anchor
[more information on pages S. 59 – 60]

Fixing Screw Formwork: External Cap, small External Cap, large


Wood Lifting Loop Swivel Eye
Plastic
Installation with
Large Recess

Steel

Button Head
Fixing Bolt Recess Disc
Data Clip
Lifting Anchor

Formwork: External Cap, small External Cap, large


Installation Recessed with

Steel Lifting Loop Swivel Eye


Magnetic Fixing

Magnetic
Fixing Screw Cap

Data Clip
Lifting Anchor

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Every possible combination is illustrated in Fig. 3. Fig. 3 also shows the 4.2. Parallel Shear Pull and Transversal Pull
necessary lifting device as well as the External Caps available.
The PFEIFER Thread System offers the user the possibility of tilting horizon-
The lifting anchors in the PFEIFER Thread System are fixed to the formwork – tally cast, thin walled concrete panels. In this case a stress component occurs
as shown in Fig. 3. Should the form not be used frequently, the Lifting anchor perpendicular to the axis of the lifting anchor – jutting out from the plane of
of the Thread System can be fixed to the form with hexagon bolts which go
right through the form. The danger here is that on using the formwork at a Figure 7 Transversal pull
later time concrete slurry bleeds from the unsealed hole.
When multiple reuseage of the formwork is desired, it is advisable to fix the
lifting anchor with the Fixing Bolt and Fixing Screw.
On using the Fixing Bolt the right angle is assured when assembling. In addi-
tion the drilling in the formwork which is necessary to secure the PFEIFER
Fixing Bolt with the PFEIFER Fixing Screw is far smaller than without these.
Example for the necessary boring with anchor size Rd 52:
Transversal pull Plane of the precast
Ø 53 mm Ø 17 mm
while tilting up concrete unit
for hexagon bolts for PFEIFER Fixing Bolts
a lying panel Anchor axis
(Fig. 4) and Fixing Screws (Fig. 5)
the panel. This stress is called transversal pull. When setting up concrete
Figure 4 Figure 5
panels, transversal pull of below 90° occurs (Fig. 7). This necessitates a
transversal pull reinforcement according to our installation instructions.
Another kind of stress occurs through a vertical setting up of an upright pre-
cast concrete panel with slings. Here, too, a component perpendicular to the
axis of the anchor occurs – but this time in the plane of the concrete unit. The
resulting force which influences the anchor occurs below an angle of application
force β slanting to the axis of the anchor – which is why this stress is called

Figure 8
When lifting anchors are to be installed in the open upper side of a precast
element, a plank should be fixed to the top of the form. Only in this way it is
possible to secure a correct position. “Floating installation” or “planting” wit-
hout fixing is not advisable but sometimes practical. Force components
On steel forms the Lifting Anchor can be secured with the Magnetic Fixing.

ll
r pu
The magnet is strong enough to prevent loosening of the lifting anchor

hea
through vibration. Nevertheless, we recommend in addition to this fixing of Plane of the

lel s
the lifting anchor on to the reinforcement. See also product data page for precast concrete
unit
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Magnetic Fixing. Para

4. Conditions for Installation


4.1. Straight Pull
At frontal installation in thin concrete panels both the PFEIFER Waved Anchor
and the PFEIFER Socket can insert heavy loads with a minimum of splitting
force in the precast elements.
A disadvantageous shape of the lifting anchor causes higher pressure in the
area of load insertion at the concrete unit. This is particularly true concerning Parallel shear pull
installation of the lifting anchor at the head-end side of thin panels when per- at vertical lifting
pendicular to the panel surface splitting forces occur which can cause lateral
concrete blow out (Fig. 6).
The PFEIFER Lifting Anchors like the PFEIFER Waved Anchor and PFEIFER
Sockets are most suitable for a gradual, careful distribution of forces in the
concrete with a minimum of split (Fig. 6). parallel shear pull (Fig. 8). In this case a parallel shear force reinforcement,
according to product data pages, has to be planned.
When setting up a concrete casting from a tilting table to an angle of inclina-
Figure 6 tion of up to γ < 15° from the vertical, the transversal pull reinforcement is
not necessary. Only when using a two-legged sling (Fig. 9) must the parallel
shear pull reinforcement has to be planned according to product data pages
of the anchor.

Figure 9

Concentrated Controlled
load transfer load transfer

Tilting table

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Up to an angle of inclination γ or β of 45°, the PFEIFER Lifting Loop – which For this reason the lifting anchors of the PFEIFER Thread System are so con-
has been tested by a material testing institution – is a low-priced lifting device ceived, that under transversal pull they hold half the load capacity compared
for lifting anchors in the PFEIFER Thread System. The safe utilisation when lif- to lifting from a vertical position.
ting with a two-legged sling under parallel shear pull or by the final lifting of a Should parallel shear pull also occur when setting up horizontally cast panels,
concrete panel on a tilting table at an angle of inclination < 45° is guaranteed this need not be especially considered, when the lifting anchors used can lift
(Fig. 10). the panel vertically (Fig. 11). The inserted transversal pull reinforcement also
covers the additional parallel shear pull.
Figure 10 (Explanation: Even when setting up, the parallel shear pull forces increases
PFEIFER Swivel Eye in the same way as with vertical setting up, but stress and load capacity are
only half as much (Fig. 11).

4.3. Utilisation restrictions


Indications of load capacity on the product data pages are valid for normal
2
PFEIFER Lifting Loop concrete with a minimum compressive cube strength of 15 N/mm at the
time of loading. The load capacities hold good for 2,5 times safety against
the lifting anchor breaking out of the concrete when keeping to all installation
instructions.
Lifting anchors are not permissible for repeated use, e.g. regular shifting of
crane weights. An exception here are stainless steel lifting anchors which bear
Field of application the general approval of the institute of concrete technology “Stainless Steels”
No. 7-30.44.1, like the PFEIFER Waved Anchor or the PFEIFER Stainless Steel
Socket. Multiple lifting within the transport chain from production to installa-
tion of a precast concrete unit does not count as repeated use and is, therefo-
re, permitted.
Subsequent welding on the threaded sockets of the PFEIFER Thread System
are not allowed. When observing the regulations DIN 488 and DIN 4099 wel-
ding may be carried out on reinforcement bars. Welding on the lifting devices
is by no means permitted.
Only perfect anchor and lifting devices may be used for lifting. Incorrectly ins-
talled lifting anchors, visibly deformed, damaged, badly corroded, defective,
impaired or those with damaged threads may not be used.
The lifting of horizontally lying panels (parallel shear pull with an angle of 4.4 Circulation system for the PFEIFER Thread System
inclination γ=90°) necessitates the use of the PFEIFER Swivel Eye as lifting
The heading “Circulation System” means that the PFEIFER Lifting Loop –
device which allows safe lifting. The PFEIFER Swivel Eye has been developed
beginning with the first lifting of the precast unit out of the formwork – remains
especially for angles of inclination from 45° to 90° and has been tested by
screwed into the lifting anchor until the precast unit is finally assembled on
a material testing institution. The threaded anchors have been tested up to a
site (Fig. 12). Then it will be returned to the manufacturer of the precast unit.
parallel shear pull < 45° as well as a transversal pull of 90°.
In the meantime concrete panels – together with the screwed in PFEIFER
With straight pull and parallel shear pull, the lifting anchor of the PFEIFER Lifting Loops – may even be stacked, as long as squared timber is used
Thread System – independent of the angle of inclination (β < 45°) each may between the Panels to keep them apart. The flattened PFEIFER Lifting Loops
be loaded with the same force. It must be observed, however, that the weight automatically upright themselves on removal of the panels above them.
of the precast unit remains unchanged, for the force influencing the anchor
increases as the angle of inclination β rises. See section 4.6 of the “General Figure 12
Technical Introduction of the PFEIFER Lifting Anchor System.”
With transversal pull, e.g. when tilting horizontal panels, one edge of the pre-
cast unit remains lying on the formwork table. Therefore, the lifting anchor must
only carry half the weight of the precast unit. (Adhesion of precast concrete unit
in form work and accelerating forces must naturally also be considered.).

Figure 11

Plane of the precast


concrete unit
Z
F
zul

Plane perpen-
dicular to the
precast concrete
unit
The advantage is obvious: transport and assembly of castings is particu-
larly economical. The precast concrete unit is always ready for lifting. The
Q

adm. FQ =
.F

Lifting Loops are always upright and the crane hook can be hooked in at
adm

1/2 adm. FZ
any time.
In order to be sure that the lifting loop is returned to the casting yard, it has
proved to be of advantage to charge the assembly firms or the building owner
for the lifting loops when the precast unit is delivered, and to reimburse them
when the lifting loops are returned.

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4.5 Protection against corrosion
Figure 15
As a standard production the sockets are furnished with a metal coating
(galvanised, chromed, gold coloured) as a temporary protection. This
protection prevents rusting during storage of the lifting anchors in the
casting yard and during the process of lifting, transport and assembly
of the concrete units.
A recessed installation with Recess Disc – these recesses are closed with
cement or artificial mortar afterwards – results in an additional protection Front:
against corrosion in the building component. Maximum working
Should the anchor have to remain in the concrete units, which are to load
be part of damp rooms or will be subjected to outdoor weather, we then Type and year of
recommend the use of stainless steel sockets. The transversal pull rein- manufacturing
forcement or the parallel shear pull reinforcement should be made of
stainless steel reinforcement bars. In the case of falling short of the con-
crete covering according to DIN 1045 for particularly thin concrete building
components, we recommend stainless reinforcement steel. Back:
Manufacturer
5. Identification of the PFEIFER Thread System PFEIFER
All components of the PFEIFER Thread System are clearly marked according
to the regulations of the “Safety Regulations” of the liability insurance. The
marking is in script and colour. Each of the ten thread sizes of different load
capacity of the PFEIFER Thread System has its own colour. The colour code
is shown on the next page. In this way lifting anchors, lifting devices and
accessories are clearly defined and always without danger of confusion.
The lifting anchors of the PFEIFER Thread System are roll-embossed
on the exterior of the threaded socket and have a Data Clip (optional)
Figure 16
attached with type of anchor (thread size) and manufacturer according to the
demands of the Safety Regulations (Fig.13). The and coloured Data Clip Integrated
on the Thread Socket can be clearly read after being cast in concrete screwdriver
(Fig. 14).
The lifting devices also have an appropriate marking in the form of an identifi-
cation tag or imprint, which clearly facilitates the selection of the correct lifting Manufacturer
anchor size (Fig. 15 and Fig. 16). The colour code is also observed. PFEIFER

Year of manu-
Figure 13 facturing
(Back)

Size Maximum
= Type working load
Manufacturer
PFEIFER
Maximum working
load

Thread size
= Type Internal cap with
characteristic
datas
The following page “Safety with Colour” shows the colour code in the
PFEIFER Thread System.
All lifting devices are marked as follows:
– manufacturer (PFEIFER)
– type (Rd 16)
– maximum working load (1.2 t)
– year of construction (2004)

Figure 14
Flushed installation Recessed installation
Maximum working
load
Manufacturer
Type, Size

Information for additional reinforcement

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PFEIFER has the unique colour code for your safety

With the special PFEIFER Colour These components of the


Coding we have optimized the usage PFEIFER Thread System are provi-
Size Rd 12 orange of the PFEIFER Thread System. The ded with the PFEIFER Colour Code.
Maximum working load 0,5 t RAL 2003 assignment of the shown pieces to
each other can be easily identified
by the Colour Code. The sizes of the
elements within the ten load classes
fit together.
Size Rd 14 white The valuable advantages of the
Colour Code system in a precast
Maximum working load 0,8 t RAL 9010
concrete plant:
1. Easy storage in stock
2. distribution to the production line
3. mounting the anchors into the
Size Rd 16 red moulding
4. correct assignment of the lifting
Maximum working load 1,2 t RAL 3000 device to the anchor
5. return of moulding accessories Lifting anchors with
and lifting devices to the stock PFEIFER Data Clip
The PFEIFER Colour Coding is a
valuable help for all people from the
Size Rd 18 pink qualified employee up to the auxiliary
Maximum working load 1,6 t RAL 3015 staff. It prevents from misusing and
dangerous confusion.
PFEIFER proves with his unique
Colour Coding the high responsibility
for his products and their user.
Size Rd 20 light-green Besides the security advantage are
Maximum working load 2 t RAL 6019 also economic aspects regarding the
fact that the time for identification of
the correct parts in all phases of the
production is minimized. PFEIFER Recess Disc as a
Moulding Accessory
Size Rd 24 dark-grey
Maximum working load 2,5 t RAL 7016

Size Rd 30 green
Maximum working load 4 t RAL 6001

Size Rd 36 blue Lifting device


Maximum working load 6,3 t RAL 5012 PFEIFER Lifting Loop

Size Rd 42 silver-grey
Maximum working load 8 t RAL 7001

Size RD 52 yellow
Maximum working load 12.5 t RAL 1016
Lifting device
PFEIFER Swivel Eye
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PFEIFER Lifting Anchors:

Th e o r i g in al for th in
p r ec as t panels!
The PFEIFER Lifting System becomes the market leader due to the high safety and the eco-
nomic solutions. PFEIFER Lifting Systems are designed for all kind of precast units especially
for very thin precast concrete elements.
An extensive product range for all lifting requirements.

PFEIFER Waved Anchors, page 13-18


The wave of the PFEIFER Waved
Anchor underlines PFEIFER’s leading
technical position. PFEIFER Waved
Anchors are available as short type,
long type and as a heavy duty version
for higher loads. Being able to carry a
Maximum Working Load of up to 20.000
kg PFEIFER Waved Anchors became indu-
strial scale for quality and safety at the
same time.

Substantial contributions
to your Success!
• 40 years of experience in engi-
neering, production and service
guarantee a maximum of safety.
• Secure force transmission into
very thin precast panels.
• Maximum working loads from
500 up to 20.000 kg.
• Large product range for all kinds
of applications.
• Special anchors for specific appli-
cations are manufactured accor-
ding to the individual customer
requirement.

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Thread System
Lifting Anchors

PFEIFER Sockets, page 19-22


PFEIFER Sockets are the ideal solution for the lifting

Lifting Anchors
and transport of columns, beams, wall panels and
other precast units

PFEIFER Bar Anchors, page 23-25


PFEIFER Bar Anchors can be used for installation
into thin panels and big volume elements

PFEIFER Flat Steel Anchors, page 27-29


PFEIFER Flat Steel Anchors are especially designed
for lifting thin slabs and pipes

PFEIFER Bolt Anchors, page 31-32


PFEIFER Bolt Anchors do especially suit for lifting
of thin but large slabs

PFEIFER Repair-Kit, page 33-34


The PFEIFER Repair-Kit solves any problems occur-
ring on site when the installation of lifting anchors
was forgotten or can be used to install subsequent
temporary fixings.

PFEIFER Special Anchors, page 36


PFEIFER Special Anchors for specific appli-
cations according to individual customer
requirement are available on demand.

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The Original Wave
• The wave underlines PFEIFER’s leading technical position
• Optimised force transmission into thin precast panels
• Correct length of the rebar in combination with a discreet socket handle the
panel with care
• Controlled force transmission at the whole length of the anchor without any
tension or force peaks
• Maximum safety against pull-out
• Special designed wave shape for maximum force transmission without sur-
face cracks
• Highest reserves with the load capacity enable a General German Technical
Approval for the PFEIFER Waved Anchor DB 682.

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PFEIFER Waved Anchor – long

Item-No. 05.017
Pfeifer Waved Anchors have been
approved by the German Institut
for Civil Engineering in Berlin “Deut-
sches Institut für Bautechnik, Berlin” Thread System
to carry permanent loads by appro- Lifting Anchors
val no. Z-21.4-682.
Please see the related data sheet
for “Waved Anchor DB 682” in
PFEIFER Waved Anchors long are
our brochure Fixing Systems.
manufactured completely with ancho-
rage reinforcement for installation into
precast concrete units of all sizes.
The long waved anchor is ideal for

Lifting Anchors
installation into thin panels. The wave
of the anchor guarantees a safe trans-
mission of forces into the concrete.

Material:
Sockets high grade precision
steel tube, zinc-plated
or stainless steel swaged to
waved bar BSt 500 S black

Special lengths on request

Ref. No. Ref. No. MWL adm. FZ adm. FQ Dimensions mm Packing Unit Weight approx.
zinc-plated stainless steel t kN kN Rd D b dS e h Pieces kg/Packing Unit
05.017.123 05.017.124 0,5 5 2,5 Rd 12 x 1,75 15 15 8 22 137 200 15,00
05.017.143 05.017.144 0,8 8 4 Rd 14 x 2,0 18 20 10 25 170 100 14,00
05.017.163 05.017.164 1,2 12 6 Rd 16 x 2,0 21 21 12 27 216 100 24,80
05.017.183 05.017.184 1,6 16 8 Rd 18 x 2,5 24 25 14 34 235 50 19,50
05.017.203 05.017.204 2,0 20 10 Rd 20 x 2,5 27,2 25 16 35 257 50 26,50
05.017.243 05.017.244 2,5 25 12,5 Rd 24 x 3,0 31 30 16 43 360 25 18,30
05.017.303 05.017.304 4,0 40 20 Rd 30 x 3,5 39,5 40 20 56 450 1 1,45
05.017.363 05.017.364 6,3 63 31,5 Rd 36 x 4,0 47 50 25 67 570 1 2,80
05.017.423 05.017.424 8,0 80 40 Rd 42 x 4,5 54 50 28 80 620 1 3,90
05.017.523 05.017.524 12,5 125 62,5 Rd 52 x 5,0 67 70 32 97 880 1 7,65
05.017.563 15,0* 150 – Rd 56 x 5,5 70 80 36 80 1200 1 11,00
05.017.603 20,0** 200 – Rd 60 x 5,5 76 80 40 85 1410 1 15,00

(Note: 10 kN = 10 Kilonewton = mass of 1 ton or 1.000 kg) * orange colour coding inside the socket
adm. FZ: admissible straight force ** red coulour coding inside the socket
adm. FQ: admissible transversal shear force
MWL: Maximum working load
Sample order: 1000 Waved Anchors, long, zinc-plated, MWL 0,8 t
1000 Waved Anchors, ref. no. 05.017.143

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!
Installation Instructions of The following instructions pertain just to the above
PFEIFER Waved Anchors – long article and are important. The additional General
Installation Instructions for the PFEIFER Thread
System and the General Technical Introduction
concerning the PFEIFER Lifting Anchor System
must also be observed.
The PFEIFER Waved Anchor is a component of the
PFEIFER Thread System which has been tested
and is in accordance with the “Safety Regulations
for Lifting Anchors and Systems for Prefabricated
Concrete Parts”.

1. Reinforcement Table 2 – Minimal dimensions


PFEIFER Waved Anchors can be installed in concrete with compressive Size adm. FZ adm. FQ Edge Minimum Minimum Panel Reduced Panel*
strengths ≥ 15 N/mm without additional reinforcement, provided that there
2
Distance a Distance b Thickness d Thickness dred
is a minimum surface reinforcement according to Table 1. (Exception: forces kN kN mm mm mm mm
through parallel shear pull and transversal pull, see sections 3, 4 and 5.) The
inserted waved rebar only takes over the local transmittance of forces in the Rd 12 5 2,5 150 300 60 55
concrete. The user is responsible for the transfer of the forces within the pre- Rd 14 8 4 200 400 70 60
cast concrete unit itself. Rd 16 12 6 200 400 80 65
Table 1 – Surface reinforcement Rd 18 16 8 250 500 95 80
Rd 20 20 10 275 550 110 90
Size Surface* Size Surface* Rd 24 25 12,5 300 600 125 100
reinforcement [mm2/m] reinforcement [mm2/m] Rd 30 40 20 350 650 140 120
Rd 12 ≥ 131 Rd 24 ≥ 188 Rd 36 63 31,5 400 800 200 160
Rd 14 ≥ 131 Rd 30 ≥ 188 Rd 42 80 40 500 1000 240 180
Rd 16 ≥ 131 Rd 36 ≥ 188 Rd 52 125 62,5 600 1200 280 200
Rd 18 ≥ 188 Rd 42 ≥ 188
Rd 20 ≥ 188 Rd 52 ≥ 188
* The required amount of reinforcement has to be installed in both directions.
Figure 2 Figure 4
Figure 1 BSt 500 S

ull
Straight

rp
force or Stainless steel
ea
sh
el
all
r
Pa

Data Clip Horizontal


force

Figure 3

*The reduced panel thickness in table 2 is valid for a concrete compres-


2
sive strength of 15 N/mm and straight pull. Parallel shear pull up to β =
30° is possible if the parallel shear reinforcement will be installed. Trans-
versal pull is not permitted. Table 3 – Parallel Shear Force Reinforcement at an
angle of inclination β ≥ 12,5°

2. Edge distances, Size adm. FZ dS L dBr


kN mm mm mm
minimum panel thickness
Rd 12 5 6 150 24
To guarantee the local transfer of forces into the concrete, certain distances
between the anchors and certain edge distances to the free panel edge must Rd 14 8 6 200 24
be maintained. For reasons of safety the panel thickness must not fall short Rd 16 12 8 200 32
of a certain minimum. The appropriate minimum values for the individual Rd 18 16 8 250 32
anchors are given in Table 2. Rd 20 20 8 300 32
3. Parallel shear reinforcement Rd 24 25 10 300 40
Rd 30 40 12 400 48
If the Waved Anchors are loaded by parallel shear pull (see Fig.3), the ensuing
horizontal components (Fig. 2) must be adopted by the precast unit. There- Rd 36 63 14 550 56
fore, at an angle of inclination β > 12,5° it is necessary to employ a rebar Rd 42 80 16 600 64
(shear force reinforcement) in the opposite direction of the horizontal force Rd 52 125 20 750 140
component on the anchor (see Table 3).
This reinforcement must be fixed to the Waved Anchor with the Data Clip and Length (L) according to DIN 1045-1, Section 12.6.2 for C12/15, good bond
close contact is imperative. conditions

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4. Transversal force reinforcement The transversal pull reinforcement is attached to the anchor by the Data Clip
so that there is close contact to the socket of the Waved Anchor.
PFEIFER Waved Anchors are made so that they can fit into the face of very
thin concrete panels. They can be used when lifting concrete panels from the 5. Maximum working load of the anchor at transversal pull,
horizontal in order to lift these in a vertical position. Only half the panel load is
parallel shear pull and combination of both.
involved when lifting as compared to that of vertical transport.
By simultaneous transversal and parallel shear pulls, for instance when erec-
ting panels (Fig. 8), it is necessary to install only the transversal reinforcement
as this also takes care of the parallel shear pull.
Figure 5
The transversal pull reinforcement is not necessary at an angle of inclination γ
< 15°. This occurs, for instance, when lifting from a tilting table which is not

Figure 7

Lifting Anchors
During lifting, transversal pull (perpendicular to the surface of the panel) Tilting table
occurs at an angle of inclination of γ = 90°. The transversal force results in
transversal pull reinforcement (a specially bent rebar with cross bar, giving
lateral support) which have to be added to the concrete panel (Fig. 5). The
transversal pull reinforcement is then fixed with the Data Clip (see Fig. 6 and quite vertical (see Fig. 7). Should an additional parallel shear pull (two-legged
Table 4). sling set) be encountered, it would be necessary to install the usual parallel
shear reinforcement.
Table 4 – Transversal pull reinforcement
Where transversal forces are concerned, the lifting anchors have half the load
Size dS1 L h H dBr α B dS2 capacity as the straight pull:
mm mm mm mm mm angle mm mm
adm. FQ = 0,5 · adm. FZ
Rd 12 6 270 23 35 24 15 280 8
Rd 14 6 350 30 42 24 15 350 12 There are no anchor capacity limitations necessary as only half the weight
Rd 16 8 420 33 49 32 15 400 12 must be lifted when lifting precast concrete units. If the lifting anchors have
been dimensioned in order to lift the panel vertically, then they can also be
Rd 18 8 460 39 55 32 15 450 12
used to tilt it. This is the same with or without parallel shear pull (Fig. 8).
Rd 20 10 490 44 64 40 15 490 14
It must be observed that with parallel shear pull with increasing angle of inc-
Rd 24 12 520 51 75 48 15 550 14
lination β, – although the weight of the precast concrete element remains the
Rd 30 12 570 68 92 48 15 580 16 same – the force affecting the anchor increases. See in this connection point
Rd 36 14 690 90 118 56 15 700 16 4.2 of the “General Installation Directions” concerning the PFEIFER Thread
Rd 42 16 830 111 143 64 15 850 20 System.
Rd 52 20 930 134 174 140 15 1000 20

Figure 6 Figure 8

Precast
panel plane
FZ
zul

can be
replaced, plane perpendi-
if existing cular
reinforcement to the precast
is equivalent panel plane
FQ

adm. FQ =
zul

1/2 adm. FZ

BSt 500 S
or
stainless steel reinforcement bar

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PFEIFER Lifting Anchors:
• The original as standard for quality and a maximum of safety.

16
PFEIFER Waved Anchor – short

Item-No. 05.018

Pfeifer Waved Anchors have been


approved by the German Institute
for Civil Engineering in Berlin Thread System
“Deutsches Institut für Bautechnik,
Lifting Anchors
Berlin” to carry permanent loads by
approval no. Z-21.4-682.
Please see the related data sheet for
“Waved Anchor DB 682” in our PFEIFER-Waved Anchor short are
brochure Fixing Systems. manufactured completely with
anchorage reinforcement for vertical
installation into precast concrete units
with large surface and average panel

Lifting Anchors
thickness.
The wave of the anchor guarantees a
safe transmission of forces into the
concrete.

Material:
Sockets high grade precision
steel tube, zinc-plated
or stainless steel
swaged to waved
bar BSt 500 S black

Ref. No. Ref. No. MWL adm. FZ Dimensions mm Packing Unit Weight approx.
zinc-plated stainless steel t kN Rd D b dS e h Pieces kg/Packing Unit
05.018.123 05.018.124 0,5 5 Rd 12 x 1,75 15 15 8 22 108 200 13
05.018.143 05.018.144 0,8 8 Rd 14 x 2,0 18 20 10 25 130 100 12
05.018.163 05.018.164 1,2 12 Rd 16 x 2,0 21 21 12 27 172 100 20,5
05.018.183 05.018.184 1,6 16 Rd 18 x 2,5 24 25 14 34 175 50 14,5
05.018.203 05.018.204 2,0 20 Rd 20 x 2,5 27,2 25 16 35 192 50 20
05.018.243 05.018.244 2,5 25 Rd 24 x 3,0 31 30 16 43 250 25 15
05.018.303 05.018.304 4,0 40 Rd 30 x 3,5 39,5 40 20 56 300 1 1,1
05.018.363 05.018.364 6,3 63 Rd 36 x 4,0 47 50 25 67 382 1 2,1
05.018.423 05.018.424 8,0 80 Rd 42 x 4,5 54 50 28 80 450 1 3,0

(Note: 10 kN = 10 Kilonewton = mass of 1 ton or 1.000 kg)

Sample order: 1000 Waved Anchors, short, zinc-plated, MWL 0,8 t


1000 Waved Anchors, ref. no. 05.018.143

MWL: Maximum working load

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Installation Instructions for The following instructions pertain just to the above
PFEIFER Waved Anchor – short article. Additional General Instructions for the
PFEIFER Thread System as well as the “General
Technical Introduction concerning the PFEIFER Lif-
ting Anchor Systems” must also be observed.
The PFEIFER Waved Anchor is a component of the
PFEIFER Thread System which has been tested
and is in accordance with the “Safety Regulations
for Lifting Anchors and Systems for Prefabricated
Concrete Parts”.

1. Reinforcement 3. Parallel shear reinforcement


PFEIFER Waved Anchors can be installed – as from a concrete compressive If the Waved Anchors are loaded by
2 Figure 3 parallel shear pull (see Fig. 3 and Fig.
strength of 15 N/mm with the minimum necessary surface reinforcement
according to Table 1 – without special additional reinforcement, provided that 4), the ensuing horizontal components

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Straight

pu
the maximum angle of inclination (Section 3) is not exceeded. The swaged on (Fig. 2) must be adopted by the pre-

r
force

ea
waved rebar itself then transmits the local forces into the concrete. The user is cast unit. Therefore, at an angle of

sh
then responsible for transmitting the forces within the precast concrete unit. inclination β > 12,5° it is necessary

el
all
r
to employ a rebar (shear force rein-

Pa
Table 1 – Surface reinforcement Data Clip Horizontal forcement) in the opposite direction of
force the horizontal component of the force
Size Surface* Size Surface*
on the anchor (see Table 3).
reinforcement [mm2/m] reinforcement [mm2/m]
This reinforcement must be fixed to
Rd 12 ≥ 131 Rd 24 ≥ 188 the Waved Anchor with the Data Clip;
Rd 14 ≥ 131 Rd 30 ≥ 188 close contact is imperative.
Rd 16 ≥ 131 Rd 36 ≥ 188
Rd 18 ≥ 188 Rd 42 ≥ 188
Rd 20 ≥ 188 Figure 4
* The required amount of reinforcement has to be installed in both directions.

2. Edge distance, minimal distance,


minimal thickness of building part
In order to guarantee the local transfer of forces into the concrete, certain dis-
tances between the individual anchors and from the edge must be observed.
It is also important that the thickness of the precast concrete unit does not fall
short of a certain minimum, in order to prevent corrosion.
Table 2 shows the minimum values for the individual anchors. See also Fig. 1.

Figure 1

Table 3 – Parallel Shear Force at an angle of inclination β ≥ 12,5°

Size adm FZ dS L dBr


kN mm cm mm
Rd 12 5 6 15 24
Rd 14 8 6 20 24
Rd 16 12 8 20 32
Rd 18 16 8 25 32
Rd 20 20 8 30 32
Table 2 – Minimal dimensions Rd 24 25 10 30 40
Size adm. F Edge Minimum Minimum Panel Rd 30 40 12 40 48
Distance a Distance b Thickness d Rd 36 63 14 55 56
kN mm mm mm Rd 42 80 16 60 64

Rd 12 5 95 200 130 Length (L) according to DIN 1045-1,


Rd 14 8 115 220 150 Section 12.6.2 for C12/15, good bond condition
Rd 16 12 135 260 195
Rd 18 16 155 300 195
Rd 20 20 170 350 215
Rd 24 25 220 440 270 Figure 2 Figure 5
Rd 30 40 275 550 320 BSt 500 S
Rd 36 63 300 600 405 or Stainless steel
Rd 42 80 400 800 470

The minimum panel thickness was determined by taking the concrete cover to d
20 mm to section. For other uses and environmental conditions, the concrete
cover c corresponding to section 6.3 of DIN 1045-1 must be increased so
enlarging the panel thickness (Fig. 2.). When making a recessed installation
with the PFEIFER Recess Disc or the Magnetic Fixing, the minimum panel cnom
thickness must be increased by the depth of the recess.
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PFEIFER Socket
Item-No. 05.000

Thread System
Lifting Anchors

PFEIFER Sockets can be used for a


wide range of applications in precast
concrete construction, e. g. as lifting
anchors for beams and girders, wall
and floor slabs, flower tubs, parapets

Lifting Anchors
etc. For transmission of the forces to
the concrete a bent reinforcement bar
has to be inserted through the cross
hole.

Material:
Sockets high grade precision
steel tube or
stainless steel plastic caps inside
colour coded

Ref. No. Ref. No. MWL adm. FZ adm. FQ Dimensions mm Packing Unit Weight approx.
zinc-plated stainless steel t kN kN Rd D a e h Pieces kg/Packing Unit
05.000.123 05.000.124 0,5 5 2,5 Rd 12 x 1,75 15 8 22 40 100 6
05.000.143 05.000.144 0,8 8 4 Rd 14 x 2,0 18 10,5 25 47 100 4
05.000.163 05.000.164 1,2 12 6 Rd 16 x 2,0 21 13 27 54 100 6
05.000.183 05.000.184 1,6 16 8 Rd 18 x 2,5 24 13 34 65 100 10,5
05.000.203 05.000.204 2,0 20 10 Rd 20 x 2,5 27,2 15,5 35 69 100 14,5
05.000.243 05.000.244 2,5 25 12,5 Rd 24 x 3,0 31 18 43 78 100 19,0
05.000.303 05.000.304 4,0 40 20 Rd 30 x 3,5 39,5 22,5 56 103 50 21
05.000.363 05.000.364 6,3 63 31,5 Rd 36 x 4,0 47 27,5 67 125 25 18
05.000.423 05.000.424 8,0 80 40 Rd 42 x 4,5 54 32 80 145 20 21
05.000.523 05.000.524 12,5 125 62,5 Rd 52 x 5,0 67,2 40 97 195 10 23,5
(Note: 10 kN = 10 Kilonewton = mass of 1 ton or 1.000 kg)

adm. FZ: admissible straight force


adm. FQ: admissible transversal shear force
(see instructions overleaf).
MWL: Maximum working load
Sample order: 1000 PFEIFER Sockets, zinc-plated, MWL 1,2 t
1000 PFEIFER Sockets, ref. no. 05.000.163

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Installation Instructions for

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On this page there are only article specific inst-
PFEIFER Sockets ructions. The General Installation Instructions for
the PFEIFER Lifting Anchors should be observed.
The PFEIFER Socket is a component of the Thread
System, has been tested and is according to the
“Safety Regulations for Lifting Anchors and Sys-
tems of Precast Concrete Parts”.

1. Reinforcement Fixing Bolt must be completely screwed in. Only when the reinforcement bar is
In order to distribute the forces into the concrete, a bent reinforcement bar of tightly pressed are the Sockets and bars tied positively and compounded right
BSt 500 S must be inserted through the cross hole of PFEIFER Sockets. The from the beginning. Should this not be the case (Fig. 2), the first stress could
reinforcement bar can be spread (Fig. 3) or have parallel sides (Fig. 4). damage the reinforcement bar and the concrete around the socket.
See Table 1. It is imperative that the reinforcement bar is gripped firmly in the
cross hole by means of the plastic cap (Fig. 1). This means that the PFEIFER

Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 Figure 4

Plastic Plastic
Cap Cap

Table 1 – Reinforcement bars according to DIN 1045-1

spread parallel
Size adm. FZ adm. FQ dS dBr LS Cutting Length LS Cutting Length
kN kN mm mm mm mm mm mm
Rd 12 5 2,5 6 24 220 450 190 400
Rd 14 8 4 8 32 260 530 230 480
Rd 16 12 6 10 40 310 630 280 590
Rd 18 16 8 10 40 420 850 360 750
Rd 20 20 10 12 48 430 870 380 790
Rd 24 25 12,5 14 56 470 950 410 860
Rd 30 40 20 16 64 650 1320 570 1180
Rd 36 63 31,5 20 140 820 1670 720 1520
Rd 42 80 40 25 175 840 1710 730 1560
Rd 52 125 62,5 28 196 1190 2420 1020 2140

PFEIFER Sockets can be used in con- Table 2 – Surface reinforcement


crete with a compressive strength of Figure 5
2
15 N/mm , the minimum necessary Size Surface* Size Surface*
surface reinforcement (according to reinforcement [mm2/m] reinforcement [mm2/m]
Table 2) and the reinforcement bars Rd 12 131 Rd 24 188
without any further reinforcement. The Rd 14 131 Rd 30 188
reinforcement bars themselves trans- Rd 16 131 Rd 36 188
fer the forces into the concrete. The Rd 18 188 Rd 42 188
user is responsible for the distribution Rd 20 188 Rd 52 188
of load in the concrete panel itself. * The required amount of reinforcement has to be installed in both directions.
Exception: Reinforcement, according Table 3 – Minimal dimensions
to points 3, 4 and 5, is necessary
with parallel shear and transversal Size adm. adm. Edge Minimum Minimum Panel Reduced Panel
pulls. FZ FQ Distance a Distance b Thickness d Thickness dred
kN kN mm mm mm mm*
*The reduced panel thickness in table 3 is valid for a concrete compressive
2
strength of 15 N/mm and straight pull. Parallel shear pull up to β = 30° is Rd 12 5 2,5 150 300 60 55
possible if the parallel shear reinforcement will be installed. Transversal pull Rd 14 8 4 200 400 70 60
is not permitted. Rd 16 12 6 200 400 80 65
Rd 18 16 8 250 500 95 80
2. Edge distances, minimum distances and Rd 20 20 10 275 550 110 90
minimum panel thickness Rd 24 25 12,5 300 600 125 100
In order to guarantee the local force transmittance in the concrete, certain Rd 30 40 20 350 650 140 120
distances between the individual sockets and to the outer edge of the panel Rd 36 63 31,5 400 800 200 160
must be observed (Fig. 5). For safety reasons the thickness of the panel must Rd 42 80 40 500 1000 240 180
not fall short of a certain minimum. The minimum values for the individual
Rd 52 125 62,5 600 1200 280 200
anchors are described in Table 3.
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3. Parallel shear pull reinforcement 4. Transversal pull reinforcement
When Sockets are stressed through PFEIFER Sockets are designed so that they can be built into the narrow side
Figure 6 inclined forces (as shown in Fig. 7), of thinner concrete panels. There they can be used when setting up concrete
Straight the ensuing horizontal forces (Fig. 6) panels from a horizontal to a vertical position. During setting up only half the

ll
pu
force must be absorbed by the panel. There- load compared to vertical lifting is to be expected, as the concrete panel

ar
he
fore as from a parallel shear pull angle is still inclined to one side and rests with half its weight on the formwork.

ls
lle
β of more than 12,5°, a parallel shear

ra
Pa
Horizontal pull reinforcement according to Table
Data Clip Figure 9
4 is necessary, running in the opposite
force direction to the angle of the forces to
the socket (Fig. 8).
The parallel shear pull reinforcement
must be fixed to the socket with the
Data Clip. Close contact is important!

Figure 7

Lifting Anchors
During lifting, transversal pull occurs (at right angles to the surface of the
panel) at an angle of inclination γ = 90°.
The transversal force component must be introduced into the concrete panel
with a special transversal force reinforcement (Fig 9). The transversal force
reinforcement must be fixed with the Data Clip. This special transversal pull
reinforcement is shown in Fig.10 and in Table 5.

Table 5 – Transversal pull reinforcement


Table 4 – Parallel shear force reinforcement with
an angle of inclination of β > 12,5° Size dS1 L h H dBr α B dS2
mm mm mm mm mm degree mm mm
Size adm. FZ adm. FQ dS L dBr
kN kN mm mm mm Rd 12 6 270 23 35 24 15 280 8
Rd 14 6 350 28 40 24 15 350 12
Rd 12 5 2,5 6 150 24
Rd 16 8 420 33 49 32 15 400 12
Rd 14 8 4 6 200 24
Rd 16 12 6 8 200 32 Rd 18 8 460 39 55 32 15 450 12
Rd 20 10 490 44 64 40 15 490 14
Rd 18 16 8 8 250 32
Rd 24 12 520 51 75 48 15 550 14
Rd 20 20 10 8 300 32
Rd 24 25 12,5 10 300 40 Rd 30 12 570 68 92 48 15 580 16
Rd 30 40 20 12 400 48 Rd 36 14 690 90 118 56 15 700 16
Rd 36 63 31,5 14 550 56 Rd 42 16 830 111 143 64 15 850 20
Rd 42 80 40 16 600 64 Rd 52 20 930 134 174 140 15 1000 20
Rd 52 125 62,5 20 750 140 Close contact between the apex of the transversal reinforcement and the
Socket is imperative!

Length (L) according to DIN 1045-1,


Figure 8 Figure 10
section 12.6.2 for C12/15,
good bond condition. BSt 500 S or stain-
less steel reinforce-
ment

can be
replaced,
if existing
reinforcement
is equivalent

BSt 500 S
or stainless steel
reinforcement

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5. Admissible anchor force with transversal pull, parallel Because only half the weight has to be lifted when erecting from the horizon-
shear pull and combined stress tal plane, this is not a reduction of the safe working load. When the lifting
anchors are dimensioned to lift the precast units vertically, the panel can also
By simultaneous parallel and shear force, e.g. when tilting panels (without be erected. This is the case, with and without parallel shear pull (Fig. 12).
tilting table) (Fig. 12), only the transversal reinforcement must be used as this
It must be taken into account that with parallel shear pull with a rising angle of
also controls the parallel shear pull.
inclination β, the active forces on the anchor increase in spite of the precast
The transversal reinforcement can be omitted up to an angle of inclination concrete weight remaining constant. See point 4.2 of the “General Installation
γ = 15°. This occurs for example when lifting from a tilting table which is not Instructions for the PFEIFER Thread System.”
completely vertical (Fig. 11). Should additional parallel shear pull (two-legged
sling) occur then the usual parallel shear reinforcement should be installed.
Figure 12
Figure 11
Precast unit
plane

Z
.F
adm
plane
perpendicular
to the precast
unit plane
Tilting adm. FQ =
table 1/2 adm. FZ

Q
.F
adm
With parallel shear pull in the plane of the precast concrete panel, the same
force adm Fz is allowed for all angles of application forces β (β< 45°); the
safe working load is the same in all parallel shear pull directions (Fig. 12).
With transversal stress the lifting anchors have half the load capacity of
straight pull:

adm. FQ = 0,5 · adm. FZ

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PFEIFER Bar Anchor
Item-No. 05.019

Thread System
Lifting Anchors

The Pfeifer Bar Anchor is a complete


reinforced lifting anchor. It is specially
recommended for using at the upper
end side of thin precast concrete
panels as well as for large volume

Lifting Anchors
concrete panels. Anchorage in the
concrete is guaranteed by the bond
between the ribbed reinforcement bar
and the concrete.

Material:
Sockets high grade precision
steel tube, zinc-plated
or stainless steel swaged to bar
BST 500 S black

Special length on request

Ref. No. Ref. No. MWL adm. FZ adm. FQ Dimensions mm Packing Unit Weight approx.
zinc-plated stainless steel Load t kN kN Rd D dS e h Pieces kg/Packing Unit

05.019.123.195 05.019.124.195 0,5 5 2,5 Rd 12 x 1,75 15 8 22 195 200 15,00


05.019.143.235 05.019.144.235 0,8 8 4,0 Rd 14 x 2,00 18 10 25 235 100 14,00
05.019.163.280 05.019.164.280 1,2 12 6,0 Rd 16 x 2,00 21,2 12 27 280 100 24,80
05.019.183.305 05.019.184.305 1,6 16 8,0 Rd 18 x 2,50 24 14 34 305 50 19,50
05.019.203.350 05.019.204.350 2,0 20 10,0 Rd 20 x 2,50 27,2 16 35 350 50 26,50
05.019.243.400 05.019.244.400 2,5 25 12,5 Rd 24 x 3,00 31 16 43 400 25 18,30
05.019.303.510 05.019.304.510 4,0 40 20,0 Rd 30 x 3,50 39,5 20 56 510 1 1,45
05.019.363.690 05.019.364.690 6,3 63 31,5 Rd 36 x 4,00 47 25 67 690 1 2,80
05.019.423.840 05.019.424.840 8,0 80 40,0 Rd 42 x 4,50 54 28 80 840 1 3,90
05.019.523.915 05.019.524.915 12,5 125 62,5 Rd 52 x 5,00 67 32 97 915 1 7,65

(Note: 10 kN = 10 Kilonewton = mass of 1 ton or 1.000 kg)


adm. FZ: admissible straight force
adm. FQ: admissible transversal shear force
(see instructions overleaf).
MWL: Maximum working load

Sample order: 1000 Bar Anchors, zinc-plated, MWL 0,8 t


1000 Bar Anchors, ref. no. 05.019.143.235

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Installation Instructions for The following instructions pertain just to the above
PFEIFER Bar Anchor article and are important, but the additional Gene-
ral Installation Instructions for the PFEIFER Thread
System and the General Technical Introduction
concerning the PFEIFER Lifting Anchor Systems
must also be observed.
The PFEIFER Bar Anchor belongs to the PFEIFER
Thread System which has been tested and is in
accordance with the “Safety Regulations for Lifting
Anchors and Systems for Precast Concrete Parts”.

1. Reinforcement 3. Parallel shear pull reinforcement


PFEIFER Bar Anchors can be installed in concrete with a compressive strength Should Bar Anchors be loaded by pa-
2 Figure 2
of 15 N/mm with a minimum necessary surface reinforcement according to rallel shear pull – as shown in Fig. 3 –
Table 1, without special additional reinforcement. (Exception: parallel shear the ensuing horizontal forces (Fig. 2)

ll
must be taken by the concrete. This

pu
force and transversal stress, see section 3, 4 and 5.) The swaged on rebars Straight

r
ea
themselves transfer the forces into the concrete. Care is to be taken if there force means that as from a parallel shear

sh
is the possibility of cracks in the total tension zone. In this case a Waved pull angle β of more than 12,5° a

el
all
parallel shear pull reinforcement

r
Anchor would be more suitable. The user is responsible for the transmission

Pa
of forces within the precast concrete panel itself. Data Clip Horizontal (according to Table 3) which runs in
the opposite direction of the forces, at
Table 1 – Surface reinforcement force right angles to the Bar Anchor, must
be used (Fig. 4). This reinforcement is
Size Surface* Size Surface* then fixed to the Bolt Anchor with the
reinforcement [mm2/m] reinforcement [mm2/m] Data Clip. Close contact is important!
Rd 12 131 Rd 24 188
Rd 14 131 Rd 30 188 Figure 3
Rd 16 131 Rd 36 188
Rd 18 188 Rd 42 188
Rd 20 188 Rd 50 188
* The required amount of reinforcement has to be installed in both directions.

2. Edge distance, Minimum distance, Minimum panel thickness


In order to guarantee the local force transmittance into the concrete, certain
distances of the individual anchors from each other and to the open panel
edge have to be observed. Also, the panel thickness may not be less than a
certain minimum owing to reasons of safety. The minimum value for the indi-
vidual anchors are to be found in Table 2.
Table 3 – Parallel reinforcement with parallel pull at an angle of
*The reduced panel thickness in table 2 is valid for a concrete compressive application β ≥ 12,5°
2
strength of 15 N/mm and straight pull. Parallel shear pull up to β = 30° is
possible if the parallel shear reinforcement will be installed. Transversal pull Size adm. FZ dS L dBr
is not permitted. kN mm mm mm
Rd 12 5 6 150 24
Figure 1 Rd 14 8 6 200 24
Rd 16 12 8 200 32
Rd 18 16 8 250 32
Rd 20 20 8 300 32
Rd 24 25 10 300 40
Rd 30 40 12 400 48
Rd 36 63 14 550 56
Rd 42 80 16 600 64
Rd 52 125 20 750 140

Length (L) according to DIN 1045-1


section 12.6.2 C12/15, Figure 4
Table 2 – Minimum dimensions good bond conditions. BSt 500 S or stain-
Size adm. adm. Edge Minimum Minimum Panel Reduced Panel less steel reinforce-
FZ FQ Distance a Distance b Thickness d Thickness dred ment
kN kN mm mm mm mm*
Rd 12 5 2,5 150 300 60 55
Rd 14 8 4 200 400 70 60
Rd 16 12 6 200 400 80 65
Rd 18 16 8 250 500 95 80
Rd 20 20 10 275 550 110 90
Rd 24 25 12,5 300 600 125 100
Rd 30 40 20 350 650 140 120
Rd 36 63 31,5 400 800 200 160
Rd 42 80 40 500 1000 240 180
Rd 52 125 62,5 600 1200 280 200

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4. Transversal pull reinforcement The apex of the transversal pull reinforcement which is held by the Data Clip
must have close contact with the Socket. This is most important!
The PFEIFER Bar Anchors are made so that they can be installed in the head
end side of thin concrete panels. They can be used to lift the horizontal pre- 5. Admissible anchor force with transversal pull,
cast unit from a horizontal position into a vertical position (tilting) and there-
parallel shear pull and combined stress
after for transporting in an upright position. When tilting there is only half the
load which occurs at vertical transport. With simultaneous parallel and transversal pulls, for instance when tilting
panels (Fig. 8), only the transversal reinforcement must be installed which
Figure 5 also controls the parallel shear pull.

Figure 7

Lifting Anchors
Tilting
table
During tilting transversal pull occurs below an angle of inclination γ = 90°.
The transversal pull component with transversal pull reinforcement, a special
reinforcement with cross bar, must be added into the concrete unit (Fig. 5).
The transversal reinforcement should be fixed with the data clip. In Fig. 6 and Up to an angle of inclination γ =15° the transversal reinforcement is not
Table 4 the transversal reinforcement with cross bar – is shown. necessary. This happens, for instance, when lifting from a tilting table which
is not completely vertical (Fig. 7). Should additional parallel shear pull (two-
Table 4 – Transversal reinforcement legged sling set) occur then the usual parallel shear reinforcement must be
installed.
Size dS1 L h H dBr α B dS2 With only parallel shear pull in the surface plane of the precast concrete unit
mm mm mm mm mm angle mm mm the same force adm. Fz is admissible for all directions of inclination β
Rd 12 6 270 23 35 24 15 280 8 (β ≤ 45°) the maximum working load is the same in all directions of shear pull
Rd 14 6 350 30 42 24 15 350 12 (Fig. 8). With transversal forces the lifting anchors have half the safe working
Rd 16 8 420 33 49 32 15 400 12 load compared to straight pull:
Rd 18 8 460 39 55 32 15 450 12 adm. FQ = 0,5 · adm. FZ
Rd 20 10 490 44 64 40 15 490 14
Rd 24 12 520 51 75 48 15 550 14 Because only half the weight of precast units have to be lifted, this is not a
Rd 30 12 570 68 92 48 15 580 16 reduction of anchor capacity. If the lifting anchors are dimensioned to lift the
Rd 36 14 690 90 118 56 15 700 16 precast unit vertically, then it is possible to erect the panel. This is possible
Rd 42 16 830 111 143 64 15 850 20 with and without parallel shear pull (Fig. 8).
Rd 52 20 930 134 174 140 15 1000 20 It must be observed that parallel shear pull with an increasing angle of incli-
nation β – the active forces on the anchor increase in spite of the precast
concrete weight remaining the same. See point 4.2 of the “General Installation
Instructions for the PFEIFER Thread System.”

Figure 6 Figure 8

Precast unit
plane
FZ
zul

can be
replaced, plane
if existing perpendicular
reinforcement to the
is equivalent precast
unit plane
adm. FQ =
1/2 adm. FZ
Q
F
zul

BSt 500 S
or stainless steel
reinforcement

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PFEIFER Round Thread
• Exceptionally robust thread even no chance for hammer blows
• Not sensitive against dirt enables safe usage of dragged sockets
• Metric round thread allows easy combination with any metric ISO thread
screw
• High load capacities up to 20 ton

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PFEIFER Flat steel Anchor
Item-No. 05.002

Thread System
Lifting Anchors

PFEIFER Flat Steel Anchors are desi-


gned for lifting of precast concrete
units of minimal height. The dimen-
sions of the flat steel plate welded
to the socket allow positioning the

Lifting Anchors
reinforcement bars directly on the flat
steel. Thus a safe transmission of
forces into the concrete via the rein-
forcement is guaranteed.
Upon request PFEIFER Flat Steel
anchors can be supplied with longer
sockets.

Material:
Socket high grade precision
steel tube, welded onto flat steel
black or zinc-plated

Ref. No. Ref. No. Ref. No. MWL adm. FZ adm. FQ Dimensions mm Weight approx.
plain zinc-plated stainless steel t kN kN Rd D a x b x t e h kg/100 pieces
05.002.122 05.002.123 05.002.124 0,5 5 5 Rd 12 x 1,75 15,0 35 x 25 x 3 22 30 4,0
05.002.142 05.002.143 05.002.144 0,8 8 8 Rd 14 x 2,00 18,0 35 x 35 x 3 25 33 6,0
05.002.162 05.002.163 05.002.164 1,2 12 12 Rd 16 x 2,00 21,0 50 x 35 x 3 27 35 9,0
05.002.182 05.002.183 05.002.184 1,6 16 16 Rd 18 x 2,50 24,0 60 x 45 x 5 34 44 18,5
05.002.202 05.002.203 05.002.204 2,0 20 20 Rd 20 x 2,50 27,0 60 x 60 x 5 35 47 24,5
05.002.242 05.002.243 05.002.244 2,5 25 25 Rd 24 x 3,00 31,0 80 x 60 x 5 43 54 33,0
05.002.302 05.002.303 05.002.304 4,0 40 40 Rd 30 x 3,50 39,5 100 x 80 x 6 56 72 67,0
05.002.362 05.002.363 05.002.364 6,3 63 63 Rd 36 x 4,00 47,0 130 x 100 x 6 67 84 107,0
05.002.422 05.002.423 05.002.424 8,0 80 80 Rd 42 x 4,50 54,0 130 x 130 x 8 80 98 174,0
05.002.522 05.002.523 05.002.524 12,5 125 125 Rd 52 x 5,00 67,2 150 x 130 x 8 97 117 254,0

(Note: 10 kN = 10 Kilonewton = mass of 1 ton or 1.000 kg)

adm. Fz: admissible straight force


adm. FQ: admissible transversal shear force (see instructions overleaf)
MWL: Maximum working load

Sample order: 500 PFEIFER Flat Steel Anchors, zinc-plated, MWL 6,3 t
500 PFEIFER Flat Steel Anchors, ref. no. 05.002.363

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Installation Instructions

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The following instructions pertain just to the
for PFEIFER Flat Steel Anchor above article and are important, but the additional
General Installation Instructions for the
PFEIFER Thread System and the General Technical
Introduction concerning the PFEIFER Lifting Anchor
Systems must also be observed.

1. Reinforcement 2. Edge distance, Minimum distance, Minimum panel thicknes


PFEIFER Flat Steel Anchors are for use with concrete with a minimum com- To guarantee the transmittance into the concrete certain distances between
2
pressive strength of 15 N/mm at the time of the first lifting. It is necessary to the individual anchors and from the edge must be observed. Also, the panel
install special reinforcement to transmit the forces, as well as a surface area thickness must not fall short of a certain minimum size because of possible
reinforcement mesh. The surface reinforcement is shown in Table 1. Other corrosion. The distances between the single anchors can be found in Table 3.
forms of reinforcement, e.g. steel bars with corresponding cross sections can See also Fig. 3!
be used.

Table 1 – Surface reinforcement


Figure 3 Surface
Size Surface* Size Surface* reinforcement
reinforcement [mm2/m] reinforcement [mm2/m]
Rd 12 131 Rd 24 188
Rd 14 131 Rd 30 221
Rd 16 131 Rd 36 221
Rd 18 188 Rd 42 513
Rd 20 188 Rd 52 513
* The required amount of reinforcement has to be installed in both directions.
The required special reinforcement
Figure 1 and its arrangement are shown in
Table 2, Fig. 1 and Fig. 2.
The special reinforcement must be
put over the flat steel and fixed there. Table 3 – Minimum dimensions
Close contact is important.
As from size Rd 24 the installation Size Edge Minimum Minimum Panel
should be in pairs, crossed. adm. FZ/FQ Distance a Distance b Thickness d
kN mm mm mm
Rd 12 5 180 350 75
Rd 14 8 180 350 85
Rd 16 12 250 500 85
Rd 18 16 300 600 100
Rd 20 20 300 600 100
Figure 2
Rd 24 25 400 800 120
b BSt 500 S
Rd 30 40 500 1000 140
c Rd 36 63 650 1300 160
ds Rd 42 80 650 1300 170
c/2
30 Rd 52 125 750 1500 200
BSt 500 S The minimum panel thickness was
a determined by taking the concrete Figure 4
cover to 20 mm to section. For other
uses and environmental conditions,
the concrete cover c corresponding
Table 2 – Special reinforcement for Flat Steel Anchors to section 6.3 of DIN 1045-1 must
be increased so enlarging the panel
Size Maximum Working Number of thickness (Fig. 4.). When making a
Load adm. FZ/FQ Rebars dS a b c recessed installation with the PFEIFER
cnom
t kN (Fig. 2) mm mm mm mm Recess Disc or the Magnetic Fixing,
Rd 12 0,5 5 2 6 250 60 60 the minimum panel thickness must be
Rd 14 0,8 8 2 6 360 60 70 increased by the depth of the recess.
Rd 16 1,2 12 2 8 420 90 70
Rd 18 1,6 16 2 8 530 90 80
Rd 20 2,0 20 2 8 640 90 80
Rd 24 2,5 25 4 10 640 90 100
Rd 30 4,0 40 4 12 830 90 110
Rd 36 6,3 63 4 14 1140 140 120
Rd 42 8,0 80 4 16 1250 140 120
Rd 52 12,5 125 4 20 1530 140 150

As from size Rd 24 the installation should be in pairs, crossed – according to Fig. 8.

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3. Parallel pull reinforcement 4. Transversal force
Figure 5
If Flat Steel Anchors are stressed When the Flat Steel Anchor is stressed by transversal pull, the ensuing

ll
pu
through inclined forces – see Fig. 5 Straight forces must be transmitted into the panel with a suitable reinforcement. This

ar
and 6 – the ensuing horizontal force force demands the positioning of the parallel shear reinforcement (Table 4) and the

he
ls
components must be taken by the special reinforcement (Table 2) according to Fig. 8.

lle
ra
concrete itself. Therefore as from a

Pa
The special reinforcement (Table 2) must be positioned in the direction of the
parallel shear pull angle β of more Data Clip Horizontal forces when using sizes Rd 12 to Rd 20. For sizes R 24 to Rd 52 a special
than 12,5°, a parallel shear pull rein- force reinforcement (Table 2) inserted cross wise is absolutely necessary to trans-
forcement is necessary, running at mit the full load.
right angles to the Flat Steel Anchor,
Other conditions are the same as when installing with straight pull.
according to Table 4 (see Fig. 7). This
parallel shear reinforcement is fixed
to the Flat Steel Anchor with the Data
Clip (Fig. 5). Close contact is important! The parallel shear pull reinforcement
must be installed in the opposite direction to the horizontal force components.

Lifting Anchors
Figure 6 Figure 8

Table 4 – Parallel shear reinforcement with an angle


of inclination β > 12,5°

Size adm. FZ dS L dBr


kN mm mm mm
Rd 12 5 6 160 24
Rd 14 8 6 250 24
Rd 16 12 8 280 32
Rd 18 16 8 340 32
Rd 20 20 8 410 32
Rd 24 25 10 460 40
Rd 30 40 12 550 48
Rd 36 63 14 700 56
Rd 42 80 16 800 64
Rd 52 125 20 1000 140

Length (L) according to DIN 1045-1,


section 12.6.2 C12/15, Figure 7
good bond condition. BSt 500 S or stain-
less steel reinforce-
ment

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• Installation proposals even for the most difficult situations
• Anchoring under boundary conditions, not covered by the regular installati-
on instructions
• Technical consulting you can rely on in every situation
• Our comprehensive knowledge base contains solutions based on the results
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• Always providing the most economical solution for precast construction

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PFEIFER bolt anchor
Item-No. 05.016

Thread System
Lifting Anchors

PFEIFER Bolt Anchors are Thread


System lifting anchors. The Bolt
Anchor is a special short anchor for
flat precast concrete slabs. The length
is orientated between the length of the

Lifting Anchors
PFEIFER Waved Anchor, short and the
PFEIFER Flat Steel Anchor. The forces
are concentratet at the bolt head and
transferred deeply into the concrete.

Material:
Sockets high grade precision
steel tube, zinc-plated
or stainless steel,
steel bolt, black

Other sizes available on request

Ref. No. Ref. No. MWL adm. FZ Dimensions mm Packing Unit Weight approx.
zinc-plated stainless steel t kN Rd D b d e h Pieces kg/Packing Unit
05.016.123 05.016.124 0,5 5 Rd 12 x 1,75 15 13 8 22 70 200 4,8
05.016.143 05.016.144 0,8 8 Rd 14 x 2,0 18 17 10 25 70 100 4,2
05.016.163 05.016.164 1,2 12 Rd 16 x 2,0 21 19 12 27 80 100 7,0
05.016.183 05.016.184 1,6 16 Rd 18 x 2,5 24 22 14 34 100 50 5,7
05.016.203 05.016.204 2,0 20 Rd 20 x 2,5 27,2 24 16 35 127 50 8,0
05.016.243 05.016.244 2,5 25 Rd 24 x 3,0 31 30 20 43 140 50 10,6
05.016.303 05.016.304 4,0 40 Rd 30 x 3,5 39,5 30 20 56 170 1 7,2

(Note: 10 kN = 10 Kilonewton = mass of 1 ton or 1.000 kg)

adm. F: admissible force

MWL: Maximum working load

Sample order: 1000 Bolt Anchors, zinc-plated, MWL 0,8 t


1000 Bolt Anchors, ref. no. 05.016.143

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Installation Instructions for The following instructions pertain just to the above
PFEIFER Bolt Anchor article and are important, the additional General
Installation Instructions for the PFEIFER Thread
System and the General Technical Introduction con-
cerning the PFEIFER Lifting Anchor Systems must
also be observed.
The PFEIFER Bolt Anchor is a component of the
PFEIFER Thread System which has been tested and
is in accordance with the “Safety Regulations for
Lifting Anchors and Systems for Precast Concrete
Parts”.

1. Reinforcement 3. Parallel shear pull reinforcement


PFEIFER Bolt Anchors can be installed as from a concrete compressive When Bolt Anchors are stressed by
2
strength of 15N/mm with a minimum surface reinforcement, according to Figure 3 inclined forces, as shown in Fig. 3 and
Table 1, without any special additional reinforcement – provided that the Fig. 4, the ensuing horizontal forces

ll
pu
maximum angle of inclination (see 3.) is not exceeded. The swaged on Straight
must be taken by the concrete. There-

r
ea
threaded bolt itself takes over the transmission of forces into the concrete. force

sh
fore, as from a parallel shear pull angle

el
The user is responsible for the transmission of forces in the precast con- β of more than 12,5°, a parallel shear

all
r
Pa
crete unit itself. reinforcement is necessary, running at
Data Clip Horizontal right angles to the Bolt Anchor according
Table 1 – Surface reinforcement to Table 3 (Fig. 5). This parallel shear
force
reinforcement must be fixed to the Bolt
Size Surface* Size Surface*
Anchor with the Data Clip (Fig 3). Close
reinforcement [mm2/m] reinforcement [mm2/m]
contact is important! The parallel shear
Rd 12 131 Rd 18 188 reinforcement must be installed in the
Rd 14 131 Rd 20 188 opposite direction to the horizontal com-
Rd 16 131 Rd 24 188 ponent of the shear force.
Rd 30 188
* The required amount of reinforcement has to be installed in both directions. Figure 4

2. Edge distance, minimum distance, minimum panel thickness


In order to guarantee the local transmission of force into the concrete, cer-
tain distances between the individual anchors and from the edge must be
observed. Also, the panel thickness must not fall short of a certain minimum
because of the danger of corrosion.The minimum values for the individual
anchors are shown in Table 2. See also Fig. 1.

Figure 1

Table 3 – Parallel shear reinforcement at parallel shear pull


with an angle of inclination β ≥ 12,5°

Size adm. FZ dS L dBr


kN mm mm mm
Rd 12 5 6 150 24
Rd 14 8 6 200 24
Rd 16 12 8 200 32
Rd 18 16 8 250 32
Table 2 – Minimal dimensions Rd 20 20 8 300 32
Rd 24 25 10 300 40
Size adm. F Edge Minimum Minimum Panel Rd 30 40 12 400 48
Distance a Distance b Thickness d
kN mm mm mm Length (L) according to DIN 1045-1,
section 12.6.2 C12/15, Figure 7
Rd 12 5 105 200 90
good bond condition. BSt 500 S or stain-
Rd 14 8 110 220 90
Rd 16 12 120 260 100 less steel reinforce-
Figure 2 ment
Rd 18 16 150 300 120
Rd 20 20 190 350 150
Rd 24 25 210 440 160
Rd 30 40 250 510 190
The minimum panel thickness was determined by taking the concrete d
cover to 20 mm to section. For other uses and environmental conditions,
the concrete cover c corresponding to section 6.3 of DIN 1045-1 must
be increased so enlarging the panel thickness (Fig. 2). When making a cnom
recessed installation with the PFEIFER Recess Disc or the Magnetic Fixing,
the minimum panel thickness must be increased by the depth of the
recess.
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PFEIFER repair kit
Item-No. 05.011.016
Item-No. 05.011.019
Item-No. 05.600
Item-No. 05.601
Item-No. 05.602
Item-No. 05.604
Item-No. 05.605 repair kit
Lifting Anchors

The PFEIFER repair kit system con- We recommend the PFEIFER repair
sists of the PFEIFER injection grout kit only for applications that do not
KM 5 and the PFEIFER bolt anchors require a general approval from the
and/or bar anchors in the sizes Rd16, building inspection authority.
Rd20, and Rd30. This system can

Lifting Anchors
be used for installing forgotten or
damaged transport anchors later. The
anchor is simply glued into a drilled
hole. The element can safely be trans-
ported after the injection grout has
hardened.

Material:
Bushing made from precision steel D D
pipe in special quality, galvanized, or Rd Rd B
from stainless steel 1.4571
Crimped with bolt or rebar steel, black
Steel washer and bolt, galvanized SW
Bonding grout
e e

ds h

Ref. No. Ref. No. Bearing perm. F Dimensions mm Packing Unit Weight approx.
galvanized stainless steel capacity t kN Rd D e h B SW Pieces kg/Packing Unit
Bolt anchor for installation in ceilings
05.011.163.016 05.011.164.016 1,2 12 16 21,0 26 80 28 24 2 bolt anchors/2 bolts with washers* 0,80
05.011.203.016 05.011.204.016 2,0 20 20 27,2 35 127 37 30 2 bolt anchors/2 bolts with washers* 1,13
05.011.303.016 05.011.304.016 4,0 40 30 39,5 56 170 56 46 1 bolt anchor/1 bolt with washer* 2,32
Bar anchor for installation in walls
05.011.163.019 05.011.164.019 1,2 12 16 21,0 26 120 28 24 2 bar anchors/2 bolts with washers* 0,90
05.011.203.019 05.011.204.019 2,0 20 20 27,2 35 180 37 30 2 bar anchors/2 bolts with washers* 1,25
05.011.303.019 05.011.304.019 4,0 40 30 39,5 56 250 56 46 1 bar anchor/1 bolt with washer* 2,45
* incl. sufficient quantity of bonding grout

05.600.000 Bonding grout KM 5, 150-ml cartridge, incl. 2 mixing nozzles 0,44


05.602.001 Additional mixing nozzle 0,01

05.604.017 Cleaning brush, diameter 17 mm Cleaning brush diameter Commercially available guns for silicone cartrid-
05.604.021 Cleaning brush, diameter 21 mm ges can be used. Due to the grout consistency, a rugged version makes
05.604.026 Cleaning brush, diameter 26 mm squeezing easier.
05.604.031 Cleaning brush, diameter 31 mm PFEIFER gun
05.604.046 Cleaning brush, diameter 46 mm for one-time use: Ref. No. 05.601.002
05.605.001 Brush retainer L = 185 mm (essential) in workman quality: Ref. No. 05.601.001

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Installation instructions for Please note:
PFEIFER repair kit Here you can find only part-related information.
In addition you should observe the „General
Installation Instructions for the PFEIFER Thread
System“ and the „General Technical Introduction
to the PFEIFER Transport Anchor Systems“.
The PFEIFER bolt anchor is a part of the PFEIFER
thread system.

1. Reinforcement F
The PFEIFER repair kit requires a minimum pressure resistance of the con- d
crete of 25 N/mm². The surface reinforcement specified in Table 1 is required
when the repair kit is installed in a ceiling element. Installing the anchors in h0
wall elements requires the minimum reinforcement specified in Table 2. h
h1
Table 1 – Surface reinforcement for ceiling transport hmin

Size Surface reinforcement


RD16 RD16 Q 188 A (bottom) Wall
Wand
RD20 RD16 Q 188 A (bottom) d0
RD30 RD30 Q 188 A (bottom/ top) a
Figure 2: Installation in walls d1
Table 2 – Surface reinforcement for wall transport
Size Surface reinforcement 3. Installation characteristics of the PFEIFER repair kit
RD16 RD16 2 x Q 188 A (both sides) Storage of the injection grout: + 5° C up to + 25° C
RD20 RD16 2 x Q 188 A (both sides) Application temperature range: – 40° C up to + 60° C
RD30 RD16 2 x Q 188 A (both sides)
Short-term thermal stress: + 60° C
Long-term thermal stress: + 40° C
Usable life: 6 weeks
2. Edge distance, minimum distance, minimum component
thickness
When you drill a hole in a ceiling element, you must store the concrete plate The following tables contain all installation characteristics that are necessary
at ground level to prevent rear chipping caused by the drilling. Also, take edge for the application of the PFEIFER repair kit. The specifications in this Table
distance, minimum distance and minimum component thickness in Table 3 must always be observed.
into account.
Table 3 – Minimum distances for installation in ceiling elements Table 5 – Installation characteristics of ceiling elements (bolt anchors)
Anchor type Load Anchor Minimum plate Minimum edge Minimum axis Parameter RD16 RD20 RD30
Bolt capacity length thickness distance distance Nominal drill
anchor [t] h dmin a b d0 [mm] 25 30 45
diameter
[mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] Drill bit
RD16 1,2 80 120 200 240 dcut,0 [mm] ≤ 25,55 ≤ 30,55 ≤ 45,8
diameter
RD20 2,0 127 160 320 380 Drilled hole depth ho [mm] ≥ 90 ≥ 140 ≥ 180
RD30 4,0 170 220 425 510
Steel brush
db [mm] ≥ 26 ≥ 31 ≥ 46
F diameter
Figure 1: Installation in ceilings

Table 6 – Installation characteristics of wall elements (bar anchors)


d0
Parameter RD16 RD20 RD30
Nominal drill
d0 [mm] 25 30 45
diameter
h0 h Drill bit
dmin dcut,0 [mm] ≤ 25,55 ≤ 30,55 ≤ 45,8
diameter
Ceiling
Decke Steel brush
db,0 [mm] ≥ 26 ≥ 31 ≥ 46
diameter
a Nominal drill
d1 [mm] 16 20 25
diameter
The local load transfer into the concrete can only be ensured when the appli- Drill bit
dcut,1 [mm] ≤ 16,5 ≤ 20,55 ≤ 25,55
cation conditions specified in Table 3 are satisfied. Proving the load transfer diameter
in the component and/or the dimensioning of the concrete component for the Steel brush
db,1 [mm] ≥ 17 ≥ 21 ≥ 26
installation state is within the responsibility of the planning engineer. diameter
Drilled hole depth –
Table 4 – Minimum distances for installation in walls ho [mm] 60 ≤ ho ≤ 65 75 ≤ ho ≤ 80 110 ≤ ho ≤ 120
1. Drilled hole
Anchor type Load Anchor Wall Minimum Minimum Minimum Drilled hole depth –
Bar capacity length thickness component edge axis h1 [mm] ≥ 130 ≥ 190 ≥ 260
2. Drilled hole
anchor [t] h d height distance distance
[mm] [mm] hmin a b
Install the anchors of the repair kit ALWAYS WITH bolt and washer.
[mm] [mm] [mm]
RD16 1,2 120 100 500 180 360
RD20 2,0 180 130 800 270 540
RD30 4,0 250 160 1000 375 750

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Table 7 – Curing time of the injection grout Table 8 – Lifting volume in scale divisions

Cartridge Open time/ Temperature Curing time1) Ceiling installation Wall installation
temperature pot life in the anchorage Drilled Nominal Lifting Drilled hole Nominal Lifting
(min. + 5º C) ground hole drill volume depth drill volume
Para-
– 5° C 360 Min depth diameter in scale ho/h1 diameter in scale
meter
+/–0° C 180 Min ho do divisions do/d1 divisions
+ 5° C 15 Min + 5° C 90 Min
+20° C 6 Min +20° C 35 Min [mm] [mm] [–] [mm] [mm] [–]
+30° C 4 Min +30° C 20 Min RD16 90 25 2 60/130 25/16 3
+40° C 2 Min +40° C 12 Min RD20 140 30 4 75/190 30/20 4
1)
The curing times only apply for a dry anchorage ground. RD30 180 45 10 110/260 45/25 8
The times must be doubled in a humid anchorage ground.

At higher outside temperatures, you should store the bonding


grout cartridges at a protected place where they are not
exposed to direct sunlight. The material cures prematurely when you

Lifting Anchors
use a hot cartridge. Likewise, this applies to low temperatures. Here,
the cold material takes longer to cure, and the bonding grout can even
be damaged!

The following figures describe the installation of the


PFEIFER repair kit system:
A Installation instructions 7. Insert the cartridge into the gun.
Preparing the anchorage ground 8. Discard the first strokes. Press out the grout until homogeneously coloured
grey grout emerges (approximately 2 gun strokes).
1a. Single-stage drilling for ceiling installation with hammer drills, keeping
to the diameter and depth values of the drilled holes that are specified in Caution:
Table 5. Grout in a colour different to grey does not set, and must be discarded.
1b. Two-stage drilling for wall installation with hammer drills, keeping to
the diameter and depth values of the drilled holes that are specified 7 8
in Table 6.
Drill the larger hole in the first step. Next, centred in the first hole, drill the
second hole with a reduced nominal drill diameter.
Arrange the drilled holes such that the reinforcement is not
damaged.
Never use the injection system in water-filled drilled holes. Fill incorrectly Once the static mixer has been changed, you may continue using an opened
drilled holes with grout. cartridge.
2. Blow out the drilled hole with compressed air ≥ 8 bars.
1a 1b 2 min. 2x C Grout injection

8 bar 9. Starting at the bottom of the drilled hole, fill the drilled hole stroke by stroke
upwards with the injection grout KM5
The filling volumes correspond to the specifications in Table 8.
10. Immediately afterwards, manually press in the bolt anchor/bar anchor with a
3. Clean the drilled hole with a steel brush as specified in Table 5 or 6. rotating movement until the washers are in contact with the concrete surface.
Here, you must screw the brushes to the brush retainer. 11. Visual inspection:
Safe clamping is not possible otherwise. Excess grout must emerge at the concrete surface.
With two-stage drilling (3b), you must ensure that both drilling diameters If grout does not emerge, you must pull out the bolt anchor immediately and
are sufficiently cleaned after each brushing. inject more grout.
4. Blow out the drilled hole with compressed air ≥ 8 bars. 12. After the curing time specified in Table 7 has been elapsed, you can put the bolt
anchor under load.
3a 3b 4 min. 2x
min. 2x min. 2x 9 10
8 bar

B Preparing the injection cartridge 11 12


5. Remove the cap of the injection grout.
6. Screw the mixing nozzle onto the cartridge.
Caution:
The mixing coil in the static mixer must be visible.
Never use the static mixer without mixing coil!
The figures above only show the installation of the bar anchor.
5 6 The installation of the bolt anchor is analogous.

Never use the injection system in water-filled drilled holes.

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Special Thread Anchors available
on demand
PFEIFER Thread Anchors with spe-
cial shape are not available on stock
but produced according to your
specific request. Please consider
delivery times therefore.
Your enquiry is appreciated at any
time!

PFEIFER Double Socket PFEIFER Hook Anchor


Item-No. 05.014 Item-No. 05.008

From Rd 12 (0,5 t) From Rd 12 (0,5 t) till Rd 52 (12,5 t)


till Rd 52 (12,5 t) Material:
Material: Socket plain or plated
plated or stainless steel
welded with reinforcement steel
BSt 500 S, black

PFEIFER Cane Anchor PFEIFER LB Anchor


Item-No. 05.006 Item-No. 05.013

From Rd 12 (0,5 t) till Types:


Rd 52 (12,5 t) swaged on Socket or Please see the separate data sheet
Material: Lifting Loop, as long or ”LB Anchor” for open structure light
Socket, plated or stainless short version weight concrete in our BS Anchor
steel swaged with reinforce- brochure.
ment steel BSt 500 S, black

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use our
decades
of expe-
rience to
give you
advice
in every
field
– Ask
Simple Product?
Do you know the technological
background to what is seemingly
such a simple product so that
you are on the safe side?

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Flexible rope according to
European standards with at least
114 wires or depending on the
diameter at least 200 wires

Parallel shear pull up to 45°


is possible without any problems
? Do you think that all of these
points are observed and
fulfilled by other suppliers
too?

Lifting devices according to


EC guidelines for machinery

Fatigue strength tests, alternating ben-


ding tests and tension testing carried out
by official testing bodies

Galvanized rope with steel strand


core for corrosion prevention
for our J Load capacity identification tag with
docu- J manufacturer, year of
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Chamfering of press clamp in
RD thread according to PFEIFER manufactu- order to prevent damage to the rope
ring standards with its own tolerance zones during parallel shear pull of up to 45°

Consistently good quality even at the Special press clamps made out of steel tubes
production stage due to our own NC with ring collapse and core impact test
controlled special automatic machines
QA protection during manuf-
Particularly sturdy metric acturing by inspection plans
round thread, insensitive with tensile tests etc.
to impact and dirt

For safety reasons: Electronically monitored


Dataclip in PFEIFER colour coding.
depth of insertion of the waved steel bar
Specification of manufacturer, type and
load capacity even when set in concrete
Round thread with its own
tolerance zones according to
manufacturing standards
Roller embossing with faultless specification All products
of manufacturer, size and load capacity are
Clipping in the possible reverse reinforcement manufactured
in the case of parallel shear pull and transver- at our
sal pull. This ensures safe hold and optimum Seamless high grade precision steel company in
position with metallic contact with the socket tube in special quality according to Memmingen.
manufacturing standard with increased We have
Numerically controlled swaging demands of alloy and form tolerance been
awarded
Quality recording during Socket optionally in stainless steel 1.4571 certification
manufacturing according or zinc plated (also in thread) according to
to QA inspection plans:
Tensile tests,
DIN EN ISO
Checks of accuracy to gauge 9001:2000
Layer thickness gauging Approved BST 500 S of a manufacturer which is
with work test reports for each batch further
Expert’s report by Prof. Eligenhausen proof of
Test report by FMPA on installation tests Optimized wave shape for mild load well-
in concrete for all load cases (straight pull, induction with minimum cracking effect functioning
transversal pull, parallel shear pull) quality

!
For DB 682: Approved management
Reg. No.21.4 – 682 for permanent in our
fixings in the construction industry company.

Used millions of times, tried


and tested millions of times –
we developed the thread
system over 40 years ago.
And we have technically
perfected it. Today, you can
make a profit from this.
Your decision for the original
by PFEIFER is at the same S E I L- U N D H E B E T E C H N I K G M B H
time your guarantee for DR.-KARL-LENZ-STRASSE 66 · D-87700 MEMMINGEN ·TEL. +49(0)8331-937-312 · FAX +49(0)8331-937-342
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PFEIFER Lifting devices:

Fo r y o u, th is S w ivel E y e t ur ns
i n t o all dir ections!
PFEIFER Lifting Devices contribute essentially to the success of the PFEIFER Thread-System.
Besides the million times proofed Swivel Eye, Lifting Loop, Distribution Basin and Special
Lifting Loop with pressure plate complement PFEIFER’s product range. The PFEIFER Colour
Coding guarantees fast assignment to the lifting anchor within the whole supply chain till
safe erection on site!

PFEIFER Swivel Eyes


Page 43-45
PFEIFER Swivel Eye – a lifting device
that engages highest safety with the
lifting anchor. Using it in situations
where the shear pull angle exceeds
45°, the easy-turn-in-all-directions
lifting device shows its full capability.

Substantial contributions
to your Success!
• Fully dovetailed lifting devices
product range from Swivel Eye,
Lifting Loops, Distribution Basins
to Special Lifting Loop with pres-
sure plate
• Lifting Loop tested for shear pull
up to 45° from all directions
• Special Lifting Loop for shear
pull angles up to 90° – perfect for
erection of precast panels
• Fully integrated colour code of all
parts for simple assignment

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Thread System
Lifting Devices

Lifting Devices
PFEIFER Lifting Loops, page 41-42
PFEIFER Lifting Loops made from highly flexible
galvanized steel wire rope guarantee extraordinary
flexibility in all directions, long life-span and safe
engagement.

PFEIFER Distribution Basin, page 41-42


PFEIFER Distribution Basins prevent the wire rope
from bending at the edge of the ferrule in situations
of bigger shear pull angles.

PFEIFER Special Lifting Loop with


pressure plate, page 47-49
PFEIFER Special Lifting Loops allow problem-free
erection of precast panels with lifting anchors in the
head or in the side.

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PFEIFER Thread System
• Well proven for thin precast concrete elements and wall panels

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PFEIFER Lifting Loop
PFEIFER Distribution Basin
Item-No. 05.050
Item-No. 05.056

Thread System
Lifting Devices

PFEIFER Lifting Loops are part of the recommended. It prevents the wire
PFEIFER Thread System and match rope from bending at the edge of the
perfectly to all the thread sockets. The ferrule. Compressive forces on the
reliability of the high-quality steel wire distribution basin are evenly distribut-
rope together with the swaged steel ed throughout the concrete due to the
connection provides high SWL and large support surface.
great flexibility while a long life-span
is guaranteed at the same time. The

Lifting Devices
ferrule of the loop has a durable met-
ric round external thread.
For shear pull exceeding 45° the
use of a Distribution Basin is highly
Material Lifting Loop:
Highly flexible, galvanized steel wire
rope.
Threaded end high grade steel, plain

Material Distribution Basin:


Light metal alloy, plain

PFEIFER Lifting Loops Ref. No. MWL adm. F Dimensions mm Packing Unit Weight approx.
t kN Rd e h l Pieces kg/Packing Unit
05.050.123 0,5 5 Rd 12 x 1,75 20 155 27 50 2,75
05.050.143 0,8 8 Rd 14 x 2,00 22 155 32 50 4,00
05.050.163 1,2 12 Rd 16 x 2,00 25 155 36 50 5,75
05.050.183 1,6 16 Rd 18 x 2,50 29 190 40 25 4,50
05.050.203 2,0 20 Rd 20 x 2,50 33 215 45 25 6,38
05.050.243 2,5 25 Rd 24 x 3,00 40 255 54 25 11,00
05.050.303 4,0 40 Rd 30 x 3,50 56 300 68 10 7,30
05.050.363 6,3 63 Rd 36 x 4,00 67 340 81 10 12,80
05.050.423 8,0 80 Rd 42 x 4,50 80 425 95 10 2,14
05.050.523 12,5 125 Rd 52 x 5,00 97 480 117 10 3,62

PFEIFER Distribution Basin Ref. No. for Dimensions mm Weight approx.


Lifting Loops b f g h kg/Piece
05.056.141 Rd 12/14 57 38 27 66 0,16
05.056.181 Rd 16/18 71 47 34 82 0,28
05.056.241 Rd 20/24 100 66 47 115 0,85
05.056.301 Rd 30 118 78 55 134 1,30
05.056.361 Rd 36 143 95 67 164 2,40
05.056.421 Rd 42 164 108 76 190 3,60

Sample order: 100 PFEIFER Lifting Loops, MWL 4 t: 100 Lifting Loops ref. no. 05.050.303

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Instructions for use of The following instructions pertain just to the above
PFEIFER Lifting Loops article and are important, the additional General
Installing Instructions for the PFEIFER Thread
System as the General Technical Introduction con-
cerning the PFEIFER Lifting Anchor Systems must
also be observed.
The PFEIFER Lifting Loop is component of the
PFEIFER Thread System which has been tested
and is in accordance with the “Safety Regulations
for Lifting Anchors and Systems for Precast Con-
crete Parts”.

1. Use
Figure 1
PFEIFER Lifting Loops are to be used as lifting device for the lifting anchors of
the PFEIFER Thread System. The PFEIFER Lifting Loops must be completely
screwed into the lifting anchor threaded sockets until impact is made. Only
a maximum of one thread rotation may be visible from the lifting anchor. If
necessary, dirty threads in the lifting anchor must be cleaned with the Thread
Cleaner so that the complete screw-in depth is available for use.

2. Parallel shear pull


PFEIFER Lifting Loops are permitted for use up to a maximum angle of inclina-
tion β of 45°. At a larger angle of inclination β = 45°, the Swivel Eye should
be used.
As an alternative the PFEIFER Distribution Basin can be used with the Lifting
Loop (Fig. 1). This reduces the angle of inclination near the ferrule of the wire
rope loop. The Distribution Basin will be pressed tightly on the panel, and
distributes the forces back to the concrete panel with a slight possibility of
ensuing indentation in the concrete.
The use of the Distribution Basin is not recommended for transversal shear
pull when the lifting anchor is built in to the front side of thin panels. The
Swivel Eye is to be preferred.
Distribution Basins are available up to size Rd 42.

3. Discarding time
As with all lifting equipment, PFEIFER Lifting Loops should be inspected at
least once each year by a competent person as to their operational dependa-
bility. Competent persons are those who are specialists with experience and
sufficient knowledge in the field of lifting equipment, regulations for prevention Figure 2
of accidents, recommendations (DIN) and generally recognised rules of tech-
nology, enabling them to make decisions as to the safe working condition of Crane hook
lifting devices.
Discard time for Lifting Loops must be determined according to the rules for
ropes DIN EN 13414.
Lifting Loops should be discarded when the following number of broken wires
are visible:
4 broken wires on a rope length of three times the rope diameter
or
6 broken wires on a rope length of six times the rope diameter rope
or
rope
16 broken wires on a rope length of thirty times the rope diameter
Apart from this PFEIFER Lifting Loops should not be used any more when
damaged as follows:
– broken strand
– crushing along the wire rope
– crushing in the support area of the lifting loop with more than four
broken wires
– bends and kinks
– basket deformation
– deformed or damaged threaded ferrule
– heavy wear and tear
– damage due to corrosion 4. Identification
– loosening of the outer strands along the wire rope The PFEIFER Lifting Loop has an identification tag in the PFEIFER identification
Prior to inspection the Lifting Loops should be cleaned with a brush using colour code bearing information which is necessary for the identification of
penetrating oil. the lifting device:
The inspection must also include a control of the connection between rope Manufacturer PFEIFER
and swaged ferrule. Type Rd 24
Maximum working load 2,5 t
PFEIFER Lifting Loops should not come in contact with acids, caustic solu-
Year of manufacture 1992
tions and other aggressive media. PFEIFER Lifting Loops may only be hooked
Factory number The combination of type and year of manufacture
into crane hooks or lifting sling hooks, when their deflection radius corres-
counts as factory number (Rd24/92)
ponds at least with that of the rope diameter of the Lifting Loop. Sharp edged
hooks or hooks with too small a diameter lead to an early discard. (Fig. 2).

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PFEIFER Swivel Eye
Item-No. 05.051
Item-No. 05.052

Thread System
Lifting Devices

With the PFEIFER Swivel Eye, precast Being painted according to the colour
concrete units can be safely lifted coding, PFEIFER Swivel Eyes can be
also with transversal shear. Units can handled and assigned easily and safe.
easiliy and safely be lifted from the Please follow the instructions for
horizontal to the vertical, and vice ver- use on the next page.
sa. The pressure plate with its large
support surface guarantees an even
distribution of pressure on the concre-

Lifting Devices
te unit. The Swivel Eye automatically
adapts in all directions of the inclined
forces.

Material:
High strength steel, painted as per
colour coding

Ref. No. MWL adm. F Colour Dimensions mm Weight approx.


t kN Rd a b e g h kg/Piece
Ref. No. 05.051 05.051.121 0,5 5 orange Rd 12 x 1,75 50 47 16 48 125 0,45
05.051.141 0,8 8 white Rd 14 x 2,00 50 52 18 50 125 0,50
05.051.161 1,2 12 red Rd 16 x 2,00 60 56 21 60 150 0,85
05.051.181 1,6 16 pink Rd 18 x 2,50 60 59 23 62 150 0,90
05.051.201 2,0 20 light green Rd 20 x 2,50 60 69 26 74 160 1,55
05.051.241 2,5 25 dark grey Rd 24 x 3,00 75 74 31 78 185 2,00
05.051.301 4,0 40 emerald green Rd 30 x 3,50 90 89 39 90 220 3,60
05.051.361 6,3 63 light blue Rd 36 x 4,00 100 101 47 107 255 5,50
05.051.421 8,0 80 grey Rd 42 x 4,50 100 109 55 112 255 6,20
Ref. No. 05.052 05.051.521 12,5 125 yellow Rd 52 x 5,00 140 129 68 131 345 13,20
05.052.561 15,0 150 orange Rd 56 x 5,50 140 200 70 165 366 21,50
05.052.601 20,0 200 red Rd 60 x 5,50 180 250 75 190 466 39,00

Sample order for 50 PFEIFER-Swivel Eyes, MWL 4t:


50 PFEIFER Swivel-Eyes ref.no. 05.051.301

MWL: Maximum working load

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Installation Instructions for The following instructions pertain just to the above
PFEIFER the Swivel Eye article and are important, the additional General
Installation Instructions for the PFEIFER Thread
System and the General Technical Introduction
concerning the PFEIFER Lifting Anchor Systems
must also be observed.
The PFEIFER Swivel Eye is a component of the
PFEIFER Thread System which has been tested
and is in accordance with the “Safety Regulations
for Lifting Anchors and Systems for Precast Con-
crete Parts”.

1. Construction
Figure 1
The Swivel Eye was especially developed for forces under an angle of inclina-
tion of up to 90°, such is the case when tilting panels (Fig. 1) and under paral-
lel shear pull at more than 45°.
The Swivel Eye rotates on the base plate (except sizes Rd 56 and Rd 60).
This construction allows the oval ring to turn in all necessary pull directions
without rotating the threaded bolt.

2. Identification
PFEIFER Swivel Eyes are marked as follows (Fig. 2):
Manufacturer PFEIFER
Type Rd 24
Maximum working load 2,5 t
Year of manufacture 1992 Figure 2 Screw- Figure 3 Section of
driver Rd 12 up to
Factory number The combination of type and year of manufacture Manufacturer Rd 56
(Rd 23/92) counts as factory number Factory
According to maximum working load the PFEIFER Swivel Eyes have been pain- Year of
number manu-
ted in the respective colours of the PFEIFER Colour Code of the whole thread PFEIFER facture
system.
Size Maximum
3. Handling and use = Type working
The PFEIFER Swivel Eye has to be screwed into the PFEIFER Lifting Anchor load
(of the PFEIFER Thread System). This is simplified by using the screw-driver
blade integrated into the oval ring. The threaded bolt must be screwed into
the precast panel so that the base plate of the Swivel Eye is touching the con-
crete. On lifting the panel the base plate is tightly held by the concrete so that Figure 4
the threaded bolt cannot bend.
The rotary plate of the Swivel Eye is determined by the diameter of the PFEI-
FER Recess Disc and Magnetic Fixing (and depending on the compressive
strength of the concrete).
Therefore the use of PFEIFER components is imperative for fixing into the
formwork of the PFEIFER Lifting Anchors, otherwise there is no guarantee that
the Swivel Eye will fit the recess.
Conditions for professional use of the Swivel Eye:
The lifting anchor’s longitudinal axis must be at right angles to the contact
surface of the base plate of the Swivel Eye. To guarantee this, the lifting
anchor should be combined with both the PFEIFER Recess Disc and PFEIFER
Fixing Bolts.
The oval ring of the Swivel Eye can be used as a screw driver when assem-
bling and disassembling. The integrated screw-driver blade on the oval ring
must be inserted into the slit of the threaded bolt. Like this it is possible to
tighten the Swivel Eye without tools (Fig. 3).
The oval ring can be turned at will against the base plate prior to reaching full
load. In any case, it is possible to achieve the necessary direction of parallel
pull without loosening of the Swivel Eye. PFEIFER Swivel Eyes Rd 56 and Rd 60
With the help of a steel bar or similar object the PFEIFER Swivel Eye Rd 56
and Rd 60 should be screwed on to the threaded bolt (according to Fig. 4)
in the threaded anchor until the pressure plate of the Swivel Eye lies on the
concrete surface. This procedure – in reverse – should be followed when
disassembling.

4. Maintenance
Swivel Eyes are filled with grease at the time of manufacture.
The compact construction largely prevents the penetration of dirt.
Should dirt nevertheless have collected in the interior of the rotating mecha-
nism in the course of long use, so that swivelling becomes difficult, this can
be alleviated with the use of penetrating oil.
Threaded bolts and oval rings are made from high-tensile material. Welding or
influence of extreme heat is not permitted.

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5. Discard and regular control
Figure 5 Figure 8
during usage
PFEIFER Swivel Eyes are lifting
devices and have to be controlled by
an expert at least once a year, accor-
ding to UVV VBG 9a.
PFEIFER offers regular inspections in Discard as
a mobile testing laboratory. This tes- soon as
ting vehicle comes by appointment to deformation
your plant, but before this the Swivel is visible
Eyes must first be cleaned, removing
dirt and grease. The inspection covers

Figure 6 A–A

Lifting Devices
Extension of the internal Table 2 – Dimensions of the oval suspension ring
dimension by wear and
tear dK Nominal thickness of the oval ring Swivel Eye S [mm] 0,9 S [mm]
Rd 12 13,5 12,1
locating exterior defects, deformation, Rd 14 16,0 14,4
cracks and general wear and tear. The Figure 7 Rd 16 18,0 16,2
Swivel Eye must be discarded when
Rd 18 21,0 18,9
the thread pitch is either damaged or
Rd 20 22,5 20,2
has been torn out, or the threaded bolt
Rd 24 28,0 25,2
has bent. Should the oval ring be bent
and jut out above its plane, it must be Rd 30 30,0 27,0
discarded (see Fig.5). Rd 36 35,0 31,5
Where an oval ring has become 10% Rd 42 40,0 36,0
thinner at any place (Fig. 6), or show Rd 52 45,0 40,5
more than 5% elongation through Extension of the internal dimen- Rd 56 50,0 45,0
wear and tear (Fig. 7), it must be sion by overloading Rd 60 60,0 54,0
withdrawn from service immediately.
The suspension eye, which is welded on to the rotary plate, must not be worn
more than 10% in its cross section see Table 2 and Fig. 8).

Table 1 – Dimensions of the oval link

Swivel Eye Width t Nominal


[mm] Diameter dk [mm]
Rd 12 90 10,2
Rd 14 90 10,2
Rd 16 110 13,3
Rd 18 110 13,3
Rd 20 110 16,5
Rd 24 135 18,5
Rd 30 160 23
Rd 36 180 27
Rd 42 180 27
Rd 52 260 36
Rd 56 255 36
Rd 60 355 45

Following unusually heavy use or in


the event of damage which could
influence the safe working load, ins-
pection by an expert – as described
above – is called for.

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The PFEIFER Circulation System
• The lifting device like the low priced PFEIFER Lifting Loop remains screwed into
the precast component from first lifting in the yard until final erection on site
• Provides high economical efficiency

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PFEIFER Special Lifting Loop
with pressure plate
Item-No. 05.053

Thread System
Lifting Devices

The Special Lifting Loop with pressure


plate allow easy and safe erection of
precast concrete panels with Lifting
Anchors in the head. The large area
of the pressure plate guarantees an
equal spread of the pressure on the
concrete surface. The wire rope sling
secures high flexibility.

Lifting Devices
Material:
Steel, wire rope loop,
zinc-plated

Ref. No. MWL adm. F Dimensions mm Weight approx.


plain t kN Rd b e g h f kg/Piece
05.053.123 0,5 5 Rd 12 x 1,75 47 16 180 310 27 0,34
05.053.143 0,8 8 Rd 14 x 2,00 52 18 180 340 32 0,63
05.053.163 1,2 12 Rd 16 x 2,00 56 21 180 345 34 0,63
05.053.183 1,6 16 Rd 18 x 2,50 59 23 200 385 43 1,03
05.053.203 2,0 20 Rd 20 x 2,50 68 26 220 410 44 1,22
05.053.243 2,5 25 Rd 24 x 3,00 74 31 220 435 55 1,75
05.053.303 4,0 40 Rd 30 x 3,50 90 39 240 490 65 3,25
05.053.363 6,3 63 Rd 36 x 4,00 103 47 260 570 79 5,68
05.053.423 8,0 80 Rd 42 x 4,50 96 55 300 650 90 8,67
05.053.523 12,5 125 Rd 52 x 5,00 120 68 320 760 107 16,80
05.053.563 15,0* 150 Rd 56 x 5,50 140 70 320 1150 115 17,00
05.053.603 20,0* 200 Rd 60 x 5,50 180 75 320 1250 115 18,00

adm. F: admissible force * The special lifting loops typ Rd 56 and Rd 60 are
only applicable for an angle of inclination of
MWL: Maximum working load maximum 45° to the vertikal.

Sample order:
50 PFEIFER Lifting Loops with pressure plate, MWL 1,2 t
50 PFEIFER Lifting Loops ref. no. 05.053.163

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Instruction for use of the The following instructions pertain just to the above
article and are important, the additional General
PFEIFER Special Lifting Loops Installation Instructions for the PFEIFER Thread
System and the General Technical Introduction
with Pressure Plate concerning the PFEIFER Lifting Anchor Systems
must also be observed.
The PFEIFER Special Lifting Loop is a component
of the thread system which has been tested and is
in accordance with the mechanical demands of the
“Safety Regulations for Lifting Anchors and Sys-
tems for Precast Concrete Parts” (ZH 1/17) and
the EU-Machinery Directive (98/97/EC).

right angles to the contact surface of the Special Lifting Loop. For this reason
Figure 1 it is absolutely necessary that either PFEIFER Accessories for installation into
the formwork of the PFEIFER Lifting Anchor are used, or that the anchor is
built in exactly at right angles to and flush with the concrete. Otherwise there
is no guarantee that the pressure plate will fit into the recess or that it lies
admissible shear evenly on the concrete surface.
forces It is essential that no part of the threaded bolt is free and visible in the reces-
sed area, while the pressure plate has direct contact (Fig. 2). Should the pres-
sure plate not have full contact with the concrete or should part of the bolt be

Figure 2 Bild 3 Danger of


bending

Full contact
Space

Fully screved in Danger of tearing out


(also straight force)

visible, there would be danger of the threaded bolt breaking owing to reversed
bending stress during various methods of use (Fig. 3).
Attention should be paid to the possibility of necessary discard (see next
1. Construction page).
The Special Lifting Loop with Pressure Plate was developed for an angle of
inclination of up to 90° as is necessary when tilting precast concrete units
4. Maintenance
(Fig. 1) and for parallel shear force at more than 45°. It can also be used at The PFEIFER Special Lifting Loops do not usually require maintenance, but
straight pull. it is essential that the threaded bolts are kept free from dirt and concrete
The Special Lifting Loop eye is welded on to the base plate. The retracted remains. This is also important for the contact area of the pressure plate.
rope loop allows stress forces from all directions. Possible adhesion of cement or concrete remains must be removed.
It is easier to screw in the threaded bolt if this is lightly oiled beforehand. 5. Discard and inspection during use
Threaded bolts, suspension loops and rope are manufactured partly from high
PFEIFER Special Lifting Loops are lifting devices which must be inspected
tensile material. For this reason welding and subjection to influences of high
and tested by an expert at least once a year. The necessary inspection inclu-
temperature are not permissible.
des locating exterior defects, deformation cracks and general wear and tear.
2. Identification Experts are those who are specialists with experience and sufficient know-
ledge in the field of lifting devices, regulations for prevention of accidents,
The PFEIFER Special Lifting Loop has a safe load capacity tag in the identi- recommendations and generally recognised rules of technology, enabling
fying colour of the PFEIFER Colour Code with details of the lifting device with them to make decisions as to the safe working condition of lifting devices.
the necessary identification:
PFEIFER offers regular inspections in a mobile testing laboratory. This testing
Manufacturer PFEIFER vehicle will be available to your plant on special agreement, but before this the
Type Rd 24 Special Lifting Loops must be cleaned, removing dirt and oil.
Maximum working load 2,5 t
Year of manufacture 1992 The PFEIFER Special Lifting Loops consist of two components: the swaged in
Factory number The combination of type and year of manufacture rope loop in 8-shape and the steel part. Both parts must be inspected by an
(Rd 24/92) expert, as described above, following extraordinary stress or damage which
could influence the safe working load.
3. Handling and use Temperatures above 250°C are not permissible. Special Lifting Loops with
The PFEIFER Special Lifting Loop with Pressure Plate should be screwed Pressure Plate which were subjected to higher temperatures should be discar-
into the PFEIFER Lifting Anchor of the PFEIFER Thread Anchor System. The ded.
threaded bolt must be screwed in completely so that the pressure plate of the The respective components should be discarded if the following defects
Special Lifting Loop lies absolutely flat on the concrete. It is easy to turn the occur:
Special Lifting Loop by the suspension eye by hand.
Only when fully screwed in and lying tightly on the concrete, does the large
pressure plate support itself on the concrete, preventing the threaded bolt
from being bent and reducing the stress of the embedded socket when lifting
the precast concrete panel.
The diameter of the pressure plate of the PFEIFER Special Lifting Loop has
been designed to coordinate with the PFEIFER Recess Disc and Magnetic
Fixing. The longitudinal axis of the lifting anchor must be positioned exactly at

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5.1 Discard time for steel parts
When using Special Lifting Loops with pressure plate
with bent parts, particularly threaded bolts, there is danger
of failure and crash.
The part must be discarded when
– the thread pitch is damaged or torn
– pressure plate, lifting eye or threaded bolts are bent
– any part of the cross section of the welded lifting eye has been reduced by
more than 10% because of damage or wear and tear
– there are cracks in any part, particularly welding seams
– there is heavy corrosion

5.2. Swaged wire rope loop


The time to discard special lifting loops is laid down according to the
Regulations for ropes DIN 3088:
– 4 broken wires in a rope length of 3 times the diameter of the rope
– 6 broken wires in a rope length of 6 times the diameter of the rope
or

Lifting Devices
– 16 broken wires in a rope length of 30 times the diameter of the rope
Apart from this, the rope slings must not be used anymore with:
– broken strand
– crushing at free length of the wire rope
– crushing in the support area of the rope with more than 4 broken wires
– bends and kinks
– basket deformation
– deformed or damaged threaded socket
– heavy wear and tear
– damage due to corrosion
– loosening of the outer strand
The ropes should be cleaned with a
Figure 6 brush using penetrating oil prior to
inspection.
Crane hook The inspection must also include a
control of the connection between
rope and aluminium ferrule
PFEIFER Special Lifting Loops with
Pressure Plate should not come in
contact with acids, caustic solutions
or other aggressive media which
might cause corrosion.
The 8-shape sling of the PFEIFER
rope Special Lifting Loop may only be
hung in crane or suspension hooks.
rope with a curve radius of at least that
of the diameter of the rope. Using
sharp edged hooks or hooks having
too small a diameter causes an early
discard.

Warning:
Bent thimbles with protrusive parts can cause injury and the rope is then
subjected to stronger wear and tear.

Warning:
The radius of the used crane hook has to be bigger than the rope
diameter. To achieve a better durability a hook radius of 5 times of
the rope diameter is recommended.

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PFEIFER accessories:

Th o se D ata C lip s do car e f o r t he


per fect marking.
The PFEIFER Data Clips show the user orientation in our development work,
for problem solving and practical accessories.
Our wide accessory range starts with Fixing Bolts for lifting anchor installation at the level of
concrete surface and extends to Thread Cleaners for easy cleaning of lifting anchors from
concrete remains.

PFEIFER Data Clip, page 53-54


PFEIFER Data Clips guarantee the
perfect marking of lifting anchors
cast in precast concrete units. Besi-
des the imprinted marking of size,
maximum working load and manu-
facturer on the clip, the colour code
contributes essentially to the clear
recognition of the safe working load
of each lifting anchor size.

Substantial contributions
to your success!
• Wide and complete range of
accessories for every require-
ment.
• Data-Clips provide perfect
marking for lifting anchors.
• PFEIFER Colour Code System
supports safe assignment and
100% clear anchor load capacity.

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Thread System
Accessories

PFEIFER Fixing Bolt


(without button head), page 55
PFEIFER Fixing Bolts without head are used for
installation of PFEIFER Thread Anchors and
PFEIFER Socket Dowels at the level of concrete
surface.

PFEIFER Fixing Screw


for Fixing Bolts, page 56

Accessories
PFEIFER Fixing Screws for Fixing Bolts are designed
to perpendicular dimensional accurate fastening
of PFEIFER Fixing Bolts to all types of formwork.

PFEIFER Button Head Fixing Bolt


(with head), page 57 - 60
PFEIFER Button Head Fixing Bolts can be used to
install PFEIFER Thread Anchors recessed into the
precast concrete unit.

PFEIFER Recess Discs, page 57 - 60


PFEIFER Recess Discs are used wherever it is
intended to lift the precast concrete unit with a
Swivel Eye.

PFEIFER Magnetic Fixing, page 61 - 62 PFEIFER Screw Cap, page 63


PFEIFER Magnetic Fixings allow the attachment of PFEIFER Screw Caps seal the recess which remains
PFEIFER Thread Anchors and PFEIFER Socket after using a PFEIFER Recess Disc permanently and
Dowels to steel formwork. even to the concrete surface.

PFEIFER External Caps, page 63 - 64 PFEIFER Thread Cleaner, page 65


PFEIFER External Caps, available as small or large PFEIFER Thread Cleaners are used for easy and safe
type, do seal PFEIFER Thread Anchors easily. cleaning of lifting anchors from concrete remains.

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PFEIFER Thread System
• An economical solution even for heavy concrete pipes.

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PFEIFER Data Clip
Item-No. 05.220

The PFEIFER Data Clips are colour-coded according to the


PFEIFER Colour Code System which guarantees an easy and fast
assignment of lifting anchors, lifting devices and accessories.
Thread System
Accessories

The PFEIFER Data Clip fulfills three Please follow the instructions for
main requirements: use on the next page.
1. Clear identification of the lifting
anchor already concreted into the
precast unit, i. e. of size, MWL and
manufacturer.
2. Immediate identification of MWL
by Colour Code
3. Fixation of additional reinforcement
at the transport anchor.

Accessories
Material:
Plastic

Ref No. Colour for Lifting Dimensions mm Packing Unit Weight approx.
Anchor ∅a b ∅c ∅d e Pieces kg/Packing Unit
05.220.120 orange Rd 12 18,5 35 6,5 12,5 10,0 200 0,24
05.220.140 white Rd 14 21,5 38 6,5 14,5 11,0 200 0,30
05.220.160 red Rd 16 25,5 46 8,5 17,0 12,0 200 0,36
05.220.180 pink Rd 18 28,5 49 8,5 19,0 14,5 200 0,62
05.220.200 light green Rd 20 31,5 52 8,5 21,0 14,5 200 0,66
05.220.240 dark grey Rd 24 35,0 60 11,0 25,5 15,5 200 0,72
05.220.300 emerald green Rd 30 44,0 73 13,0 31,5 16,5 200 1,74
05.220.360 light blue Rd 36 52,5 86 15,0 37,5 22,5 100 1,20
05.220.420 grey Rd 42 59,5 97 17,0 44,0 23,5 100 1,35
05.220.520 yellow Rd 52 73,0 119 22,0 54,0 31,0 100 2,25

Sample order:
100 PFEIFER Data Clips, size Rd 16:
100 PFEIFER Data Clips ref. no. 05.220.160

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Installation Instructions
PFEIFER Data Clip

1. Installation
Figure 1
Data Clips can be used for all lifting anchors of the PFEIFER Thread System. MWL of
Installation is extremely easy – the Data Clip just has to be attached to the Lifting Anchor
lifting anchor and the lifting anchor complete with Data Clip can be fixed in the Name of
formwork (Fig. 1). manufacturer
2. Identification Nominal size Type

According to the “Safety Regulations for Lifting Anchors and Systems of


Precast Concrete” of the Employer's Liability Insurance Association (Section
4.3), it is absolutely imperative to have an identification tag for a lifting anchor
system which can also be easily read even when embedded in concrete.
The PFEIFER Data Clip must therefore be integrated as in this way everything
concerning lifting devices is well sorted on the building site. Confusion with,
for instance, Socket Dowels for installation purposes will certainly be avoided.
PFEIFER has simplified things even more through the colour code with a spe-
cial identifying colour for each size of Lifting Anchor.
Which parts belong to which and have which safe working load can be seen
at a glance. The Data Clip bears the following information:
– name of manufacturer Required steel quality Diameter of additional
– declaration of type (according to size of lifting anchor) for additional reinforce- reinforcement
– declaration of maximum working load of the lifting anchor ment
– specification of the necessary quality of reinforcement steel
– specification of the diameter of the lateral shear reinforcement bar
The declaration concerning type and safe working load of the lifting anchor as
well as proof of the manufacturer is also visible when embedded.

3. Fixing the additional reinforcement Figure 2


Under parallel shear pull, the additional parallel pull reinforcement must have
close metallic contact with the socket. The parallel shear pull reinforcement
is fixed easily and quickly through lateral reinforcement stirrups. The parallel
shear pull reinforcement should be fixed at the free end so preventing a dis-
placement (see Fig. 2). The same applies to the transversal shear pull.
It is advisable to fix the Data Clip with a Button Head Fixing Bolt to the lifting
anchor socket as in this way the reinforcement can be inserted without the
Data Clip jumping off the socket due to the tension in the Data Clip caused by
the weight of the rebar.

4. Closing the thread opening


The lifting anchors with Data Clips can be fully covered with the concrete-grey
PFEIFER External Caps.

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PFEIFER Fixing Bolt
Item-No. 05.211

Thread System
Accessories

If the PFEIFER Lifting Anchor is requi- work is guaranteed. For fixing of


red to be at the same level as the sur- PFEIFER Sockets the Fixing Bolt is
face of the concrete, PFEIFER Fixing very important to press the internal
Bolts should be installed. The metric plastic cap on the reinforcement bar
external thread fits to all available passed through the cross hole.
Thread Anchors and guarantees safe
fixation at the formwork. To fix the
bolt to the formwork, only a small
drilled hole for the fixing screw is
necessary. By installing PFEIFER
Lifting Anchors with the fixing bolt,
fast and strong fixing with the form-

Accessories
Material:
Steel,
zinc-plated

Ref. No. Size for Anchor Dimensions mm Weight approx.


zinc-plated M Size h Mi SW kg/100 Pieces
05.211.123 M 12 x 1,75 Rd 12 20,0 M 6 6 0,8
05.211.143 M 14 x 2,0 Rd 14 23,5 M 8 8 1,0
05.211.163 M 16 x 2,0 Rd 16 26,0 M 8 10 2,0
05.211.183 M 18 x 2,5 Rd 18 32,0 M 8 10 3,0
05.211.203 M 20 x 2,5 Rd 20 32,5 M 8 10 4,0
05.211.243 M 24 x 3,0 Rd 24 40,5 M 10 14 7,0
05.211.303 M 30 x 3,5 Rd 30 56,0 M 10 14 15,0
05.211.363 M 36 x 4,0 Rd 36 67,0 M 10 14 32,0
05.211.423 M 42 x 4,5 Rd 42 80,0 M 16 17 47,0
05.211.523 M 52 x 5,0 Rd 52 103,0 M 16 17 115,0
05.211.563 M 56 x 5,5 Rd 56 80,0 M 16 17 105,0
05.211.603 M 60 x 5,5 Rd 60 85,0 M 16 17 125,0

Sample order:
50 PFEIFER Fixing Bolts, size M 16 x 2.00 for Rd 16:
50 PFEIFER Fixing Bolts ref. no. 05.211.163

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PFEIFER Fixing Screw
for Fixing Bolts
Item-No. 05.206

Thread System
Accessories

A perpendicular dimensional accurate


fastening of Fixing Bolts to all types of
formwork is achieved easily and safe-
ly by PFEIFER Fixing Screws.
Ref. No. 05.206.103/M 10 is used to
secure also the PFEIFER BS Moulding
Insert.

Material:
Steel, zinc-plated

Ref. No. Size for Fixing Dimensions mm Weight approx.


M Bolts b e h kg/100 Pieces
05.206.063 M 6 M 12 60 80 120 6,0
05.206.083 M 8 M 14/16/18/20 60 80 120 11,0
05.206.103 M 10 M 24/30/36 60 150 180 26,0
05.206.163 M 16 M 42/52/56/60 60 150 180 46,0

Sample order:
50 PFEIFER Fixing Screws, for Fixing Bolt M 30, corresponding to lifting anchor Rd 30:
50 PFEIFER Fixing Screws ref. no. 05.206.103

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PFEIFER Button Head Fixing Bolt
PFEIFER Recess Discs
Item-No. 05.209
Item-No. 05.201

Thread System
Accessories

PFEIFER Recess Discs are used wooden formwork through its four To fix the Recess Discs to the form-
to install PFEIFER Thread Anchors nailing holes. work as well as for recessed instal-
recessed and wherever it is intended lation of PFEIFER Thread Anchors,
to lift the precast concrete unit with a The PFEIFER Colour Code System the PFEIFER Button Head Fixing
Swivel Eye. Due to the Recess Disc guarantees easy and fast recognition Bolt is required. Having an external
a plain and clear contact with the of the system components using the metric thread, PFEIFER Button Head
pressure plate, perpendicular to the plastic Recess Discs while the zinc Fixing Bolts can be used to fix either
longitudinal axis of the Lifting Anchors plated steel type Recess Disc convin- PFEIFER Lifting Anchors or PFEIFER
is provided. Remaining recesses ces with its extraordinary life-span. Socket Dowels with metric thread.
in the unit can be plugged after
erection with the large external cap.
The recess discs can be nailed onto

Accessories
Material PFEIFER Button Head Fixing
Bolt:
Steel, zinc plated B

Material PFEIFER Recess Disc


(plastic):
Coloured plastic according to PFEIFER
Colour Coding System

Material PFEIFER Recess Disc (steel):


Recess Disc, plastic
Steel, zinc-plated

Button Head Fixing Bolt Recess Disc, steel

Sample order for 100 PFEIFER Recess Disc (Plastic) Recess Disc (Steel) General Dimensions
Recess Discs (plastic), size Rd 36: Ref. No. Colour Packing Unit Weight approx. Ref. No. Weight approx. Dimensions mm
100 PFEIFER-Recess Discs ref. no. Pieces kg/Packing Unit kg/100 Pieces B h
05.201.360
05.201.120 orange 50 0,46 05.201.123 11,5 50,5 10
05.201.140 white 50 0,58 05.201.143 13,5 55,5 10
05.201.160 red 50 0,63 05.201.163 16,0 59,2 10
05.201.180 pink 25 0,34 05.201.183 16,5 62,5 10
05.201.200 light-green 25 0,43 05.201.203 25,0 73,5 10
05.201.240 dark-grey 25 0,63 05.201.243 32,0 78,2 12
05.201.300 green 25 0,80 05.201.303 47,0 94,2 12
05.201.360 blue 25 1,03 05.201.363 56,0 105,2 12
05.201.420 silver-grey 25 1,55 05.201.423 110,0 115,3 15
05.201.520 yellow 25 1,68 05.201.523 1,68 135,3 15
Sample order for 50 PFEIFER Button Button Head Fixing Bolt
Head Fixing Bolts, size M24 x 3 for Ref. No. Size Dimensions mm hexagonal Weight approx.
Rd24: 50 PFEIFER-Button Head Fixing M Mi b a h recess kg/100 Pieces
Bolts ref. no. 05.209.243 05.209.123 M 12 x 1,75 M6 23,7 8,5 30,0 8 3,0
05.209.143 M 14 x 2,0 M8 26,7 8,5 33,5 8 5,0
05.209.163 M 16 x 2,0 M8 30,7 8,5 36,0 10 6,0
05.209.183 M 18 x 2,5 M8 33,7 8,5 42,0 10 9,0
05.209.203 M 20 x 2,5 M8 37,2 8,5 42,5 10 11,0
05.209.243 M 24 x 3,0 M 10 41,2 10,0 52,5 14 17,0
05.209.303 M 30 x 3,5 M 10 49,2 10,0 66,0 14 31,0
05.209.363 M 36 x 4,0 M 10 59,2 10,0 77,0 14 55,0
05.209.423 M 42 x 4,5 M 16 67,7 13,0 93,0 17 84,0
05.209.523 M 52 x 5,0 M 16 79,8 13,0 98,0 17 172,0

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Installation Instructions for Figure 1
PFEIFER Recess Disc – plastic/steel
PFEIFER Fixing Bolt Fixing Screw
Formwork:
Wood
Plastic
Steel

For a recessed installation of the lifting anchor of the PFEIFER Thread System,
the PFEIFER Recess Disc can be used together with the PFEIFER Fixing Bolt. Button Head
In this way lateral additional reinforcements have a higher concrete cover. Fixing Bolt
The Recess Discs and the PFEIFER Fixing Bolts should be fixed on the form- Recess Disc
work as shown in Fig. 1. (Plastic)
Data Clip
The lifting anchor of the PFEIFER Thread System can also be fixed tightly in Lifting
the formwork with the PFEIFER Fixing Bolt. When the PFEIFER Sockets are Anchor
installed with the Fixing Bolt, the important form-fit (interlocking) connection
with the bent reinforcement bar is achieved as the screw presses the plastic
cap tightly on to the reinforcement. The Fixing Bolt can also be used to increa-
se the concrete cover (Fig. 2).
The plastic Recess Disc is a low-priced variation, which also offers high mea-
sure of safety through the PFEIFER Colour Code. Each size of lifting anchor
has a special identifying colour which simplifies the choice of lifting anchors, Figure 2 Formwork:
lifting devices and formwork components with one another. The Recess Disc Wood
can easily be nailed on the wooden form through 2 of the 4 nail holes (Fig. 3). Plastic
If it is planned to use the PFEIFER Swivel Eye for lifting the precast concrete
unit, all lifting anchors of the Thread System should be fixed in the formwork
with Recess Discs and Fixing Bolts. (Fig. 4). Only in this way is it possible to
achieve a bearing area for the pressure plate which is at right-angles to the
longitudinal axis of the lifting anchor. Button Head
If particularly rough installation takes place the PFEIFER Steel Recess Disc is Fixing Bolt
recommended as this can be used a long time because of its solid construc- Recess Disc
tion. (Plastic)
Data Clip
The recesses can be closed attractively with the PFEIFER External Caps or the Lifting
PFEIFER Screw Caps (Fig. 5). Anchor

Figure 3

Lifting Loop Swivel Eye

Figure 4

External Cap small External Cap large

Screw Cap

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PFEIFER Button Head Fixing Bolts
PFEIFER Cover Caps
Ref. No. 05.224
Ref. No. 05.225
Ref. No. 05.226
Ref. No. 05.227
Ref. No. 05.228 Thread system
Accessories

The shallow and deep PFEIFER Button anchors, with a large or a small con-
Head Fixing Bolts are used to secure crete covering, and a relatively small
PFEIFER threaded anchors. Different diameter of the recess that can swiftly
from the Button Head Fixing Bolts and cheaply be closed. You have a
that – in conjunction with the recess flexible choice between Cover Caps
plates – ensure a recess for the made from plastic or from metal.
PFEIFER swivel eyes or special lifting The Cover Caps made from stainless
loops, only the PFEIFER lifting loops steel of V2A grade close the complete
can be used when the Button Head recess, and provide a clear and
Fixing Bolts are employed. The main attractive view.
advantages of these two versions is in
the flexible installation method of the

Accessories
Material of PFEIFER Button Head
D D
Fixing Bolts: Mi
Steel, galvanized chromatized shallow H
shallow H

Material of PFEIFER Cover Caps: M


Stainless steel,
material 1.4301 M
D
Mi D

middle H
middle H

M
M
D
Mi
D

deep H
deep H

M M
Button Head Fixing Bolts

Ref. No. Thread D H Key Size Mi Weight Order no. D H Weight Order no. D H Weight
shallow M [mm] [mm] [mm] [kg] medium [mm] [mm] [kg] deep [mm] [mm] [kg]
05.224.123 12 23,0 3,0 8 M6 0,02 05.209.123 23,5 8,5 0,03 05.225.123 23,5 30,0 0,10
05.224.143 14 26,0 3,0 8 M8 0,03 05.209.143 26,5 8,5 0,05 05.225.143 26,5 30,0 0,13
05.224.163 16 30,0 3,5 10 M8 0,04 05.209.163 30,5 8,5 0,06 05.225.163 30,5 30,0 0,18
05.224.183 18 33,0 3,5 10 M8 0,06 05.209.183 33,0 8,5 0,09 05.225.183 33,5 30,0 0,23
05.224.203 20 37,0 4,0 10 M8 0,09 05.209.203 37,0 8,5 0,11 05.225.203 37,5 30,0 0,29
05.224.243 24 40,0 4,0 14 M10 0,13 05.209.243 40,5 10,0 0,17 05.225.243 41,0 30,0 0,38
05.224.303 30 48,5 4,5 14 M10 0,27 05.209.303 49,0 10,0 0,31 05.225.303 49,5 30,0 0,62
05.224.363 36 58,5 4,5 14 M10 0,48 05.209.363 59,0 10,0 0,55 05.225.363 59,0 30,0 0,99
05.224.423 42 66,5 5,0 17 M16 0,74 05.209.423 67,0 13,0 0,84 05.225.423 67,5 30,0 1,40
05.224.523 52 79,5 5,0 17 M16 1,41 05.209.523 80,0 13,0 1,72 05.225.523 80,5 30,0 2,33

Cover Caps
Ref. No. Thread D H Weight Order no. D H Weight Order no. D H Weight
shallow M [mm] [mm] [kg] medium [mm] [mm] [kg] deep [mm] [mm] [kg]
05.226.124 12 22,5 3,0 0,02 05.227.124 23,0 8,5 0,04 05.228.124 23,0 30,0 0,10
05.226.144 14 25,5 3,0 0,03 05.227.144 26,0 8,5 0,05 05.228.144 26,0 30,0 0,13
05.226.164 16 29,5 3,5 0,04 05.227.164 30,0 8,5 0,07 05.228.164 30,0 30,0 0,18
05.226.184 18 32,5 3,5 0,05 05.227.184 33,0 8,5 0,09 05.228.184 33,0 30,0 0,22
05.226.204 20 36,5 4,0 0,08 05.227.204 36,5 8,5 0,11 05.228.204 37,0 30,0 0,28
05.226.244 24 40,0 4,0 0,10 05.227.244 40,0 10,0 0,16 05.228.244 40,5 30,0 0,35
05.226.304 30 48,0 4,5 0,18 05.227.304 48,0 10,0 0,25 05.228.304 49,0 30,0 0,53
05.226.364 36 57,5 4,5 0,30 05.227.364 58,0 10,0 0,40 05.228.364 58,5 30,0 0,81
05.226.424 42 66,0 5,0 0,43 05.227.424 66,5 13,0 0,63 05.228.424 67,0 30,0 1,09
05.226.524 52 79,0 5,0 0,73 05.227.524 79,0 13,0 1,01 05.228.524 80,0 30,0 1,65

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Installation instructions for
PFEIFER Button Head Fixing Bolts/
Cover Caps in stainless steel

You can use the PFEIFER Button Head Fixing Bolts to install the lifting anchors Fixing screw Fixing screw Fixing screw
of the PFEIFER thread system. Remember that the following application of the Formwork: Formwork:
Formwork:
wood,
anchors permits only PFEIFER lifting loops to be used. Using PFEIFER swivel wood,
plastic,
wood,
plastic,
plastic,
steel
eyes or special lifting loops is not possible here. steel steel

The lifting anchors are secured on the formwork with PFEIFER Button Head
Fixing Bolts and PFEIFER fixing screws. Figure 1 to the right shows this way of Button Head Fixing Bolt, Button Head Fixing Bolt Button Head
fastening. The PFEIFER Button Head Fixing Bolt now permit the lifting anchors shallow Fixing Bolt, deep
of the PFEIFER thread system to be secured on the formwork. If PFEIFER Data clip Data clip
Data clip
sockets with the Button Head Fixing Bolts are installed, the important positive Lifting anchor Lifting anchor
Lifting anchor
connection with the reinforcement loop is achieved, since the bolt presses the
internal plug firmly onto the reinforcing rod. An increased concrete covering Figure 1: Attachment on the formwork
can be achieved when the Button Head Fixing Bolts, deep, is inserted.

The recesses produced by the Button Head Fixing Bolt can be closed with SHALLOW MEDIUM DEEP
the PFEIFER external Caps, small, (Figure 2), and the PFEIFER Cover Caps
in an architectural attractive way (Figure 3). Alternatively, you can close the
recesses with a low-shrinking grout. For aesthetic reasons, however, this is
only recommended in areas that are not directly visible (Figure 4)

Figure 2: Closing with external Cap, small (plastic)

The attachment variants shown in Figure 1 should only occur


when lifting loops are used. SHALLOW MEDIUM DEEP

It must be ensured that the lifting loop can fully be screwed in.

Figure 3: Closing with Cover Cap (stainless steel)

SHALLOW MEDIUM DEEP


Oblique pull angles are possible when the „DEEP“ variant is
used:
Rd 12 – Rd 16: 0 – 20 º
Rd 18 – Rd 24: 0 – 30 º
Rd 30 – Rd 52: 0 – 45 º

Figure 4: Closing with grout

If swivel eyes or special lifting loops are to be used for lifting Formwork: Swivel eye
Fixing screw wood,
the preassembled part, all transport anchors of the thread plastic,
system should be installed with lifting disks and Button Head Fixing steel

Bolts (Figure 5). This is the only way to achieve a level contact surface
for the compression plate that is perpendicular to the longitudinal axis
of the lifting anchor.
Button Head
Fixing Bolt Recess disc

Data clip
Lifting anchor

Figure 5: Application with swivel eyes


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PFEIFER Magnetic Fixing
Item-No. 05.208

Thread System
Accessories

Magnetic Fixings are used when its


necessary to fasten PFEIFER Thread
Anchors or PFEIFER Socket Dowels
to steel formwork. Magnetic Fixings
allow safe, strong and fast fixing at
the steel formwork. Time consuming
drilling and subsequent rewelding of
the steel formwork become unne-
cessary. The thread of the magnetic
fixings corresponds to all PFEIFER
Thread Anchors up to Rd 36.

Accessories
Material:
Permanent magnet,
recess disc, steel, zinc plated

Ref. No. Size for Lifting min. Adhesion Dimensions mm Weight approx.
M Anchor N b h kg/Piece
05.208.123 12 Rd 12 450 50,5 10,5 0,14
05.208.143 14 Rd 14 450 55,5 10,5 0,15
05.208.163 16 Rd 16 630 59,2 10,5 0,19
05.208.183 18 Rd 18 630 62,5 10,5 0,21
05.208.203 20 Rd 20 1000 73,5 10,5 0,32
05.208.243 24 Rd 24 1000 78,2 12,5 0,46
05.208.303 30 Rd 30 1000 94,2 12,5 0,61
05.208.363 36 Rd 36 1000 105,2 12,5 0,80

Sample order:
50 PFEIFER Magnetic Fixings for lifting anchor Rd 14:
50 PFEIFER Magnetic Fixings ref. no. 05.208.143

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Directions for use of
PFEIFER Magnetic Fixing

The PFEIFER Magnetic Fixing is delivered complete with a magnet plate, the
appropriate Fixing Bolt without button head and a tightly fixed Allanscrew. The Figure 1
anchor must be tightly turned to prevent loosening by vibration. Magnetic Steel formwork
Fixing and anchor are pressed together on to the clean and even steel form- tie to the existing reinforce-
work and bond immediately. ment mesh
Following the demoulding, the Allanscrew must be turned with an Allan key
(see Table 1), releasing the Magnetic Fixing from the concrete. The Magnetic
Fixing can then be completely unscrewed (Fig. 3).

Attention:, Please do not put fingers between formwork and Magnetic


Fixing (Fig. 3) – they could be squashed!

The end of the anchor must be tightly fixed to prevent the anchor creeping
on the steel surface through vibration (Fig. 1).

It is most important to clean the Magnetic Fixings after use to prevent it from
becoming either uneven or rugged. After the anchor bonds with the formwork
the Magnetic Fixing should be sprayed with forming oil which helps to loosen
the magnet from the concrete.
Blows from the hammer on the Magnetic Fixing lead to fragmentation of the
magnets and should therefore be avoided (Fig. 2). The Magnetic Fixing can be
oiled on the concrete side so that it is easier to remove.
The recesses in the concrete through Magnetic Fixing and Recess Disc are
identical. The use of Swivel Eyes is also possible, just the same as the reces-
ses can be closed with large External Caps or Screw Caps.

Warning: Figure 2 Figure 3


The holding forces are very high. The real holding forces are sometimes
clearly higher then mentioned on the data sheet. Therefore there is danger Allan
key
of crushing fingers when the Magnetic Fixing nears metal pieces or other
magnet plates.
The Magnetic Fixings have a strong magnetic field of force. It should be
kept away from objects which are sensitive to magnets, such as electronic
equipment, cardiac pacemakers, computer hard discs and similar objects.
Severe vibrations and heat weaken the magnet.

Table 1 – Coordination of anchor size and Allan key

Achor Size Key Size


Rd 12 SW 5
Rd 14 SW 6
Rd 16 SW 6
Rd 18 SW 6
Rd 20 SW 6
Rd 24 SW 8
Rd 30 SW 8
Rd 36 SW 8

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PFEIFER External Cap, large
PFEIFER Cover Cap
Item-No. 05.218
Item-No. 05.219

Thread System
Accessories

PFEIFER External Caps, large are used PFEIFER Cover Caps serve the same
to seal any PFEIFER Thread Anchors, protecting purpose, designed for a
if the anchors were cast in recessed permanent and even surfaced sealing.
using PFEIFER Recess Discs or By using an allen screw the Cover
PFEIFER Magnetic Fixing. PFEIFER Cap can be screwed into the socket
External Caps, large prevent various and can be unscrewed as well later
substances such as residual concrete, on. If there is any corrosive atmos-
dust, snow etc. from penetrating into phere, the stainless steel type should
the socket, protecting the anchor be used.
thread from clogging up, enabling it to In order to preserve the anchor
be used again in subsequent handling socket, we recommend to lubricate it
operations. in both cases.

Accessories
Material PFEIFER External Cap, large:
Plastic, grey PFEIFER External Cap, large

Material PFEIFER Cover Cap:


Steel zinc-plated or
stainless steel 1.4571

PFEIFER Cover Cap

PFEIFER Cover Cap PFEIFER External Cap, large


Ref. No. Ref. No. Thread Anchor Dimensions mm Ref. No. Dimensions mm Weight approx.
zinc-plated steinless-steel Size Size Key Size D d a Rd kg/100 Pieces

05.219.123 05.219.124 M 12 Rd 12 5 50 10 05.218.120 50 12 0,43


05.219.143 05.219.144 M 14 Rd 14 5 55 10 05.218.140 55 14 0,56
05.219.163 05.219.164 M 16 Rd 16 5 59 10 05.218.160 59 16 0,75
05.219.183 05.219.184 M 18 Rd 18 5 62 10 05.218.180 62 18 0,88
05.219.203 05.219.204 M 20 Rd 20 5 73 10 05.218.200 73 20 1,08
05.219.243 05.219.244 M 24 Rd 24 6 77,5 12 05.218.240 78 24 1,40
05.219.303 05.219.304 M 30 Rd 30 6 93,5 12 05.218.300 94 30 2,36
05.219.363 05.219.364 M 36 Rd 36 6 104,5 12 05.218.360 105 36 2,88
05.219.423 05.219.424 M 42 Rd 42 10 114,5 15
05.219.523 05.219.524 M 52 Rd 52 10 134,5 15

Sample order for 100 PFEIFER External Caps, large, size Rd 16:
100 PFEIFER External Caps ref.no.05.218.160

Sample order for 50 PFEIFER Cover Caps, stainless steel size Rd 12:
50 PFEIFER Cover Caps, ref.no.05.219.124

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PFEIFER External Cap, small
Item-No. 05.216

Thread System
Accessories

Lifting anchors of the Thread System


are sealed easily by grey coloured
PFEIFER External Caps. Caps of the
sizes Rd 12-60 can be either pushed-
in or screwed-in.
All External Caps are equally suited for
a level or recessed installation.
In order to preserve the anchor
socket, we recommend to lubricate it
before plugging.

Material:
Plastic, grey

Ref. No. for Lifting Dimensions mm Packing Unit Weight approx.


Anchor a Rd Pieces kg/Packing Unit

05.216.120 Rd 12 18,5 12 200 0,14


05.216.140 Rd 14 21,5 14 200 0,26
05.216.160 Rd 16 25,5 16 200 0,36
05.216.180 Rd 18 28,5 18 200 0,40
05.216.200 Rd 20 31,5 20 200 0,58
05.216.240 Rd 24 35,0 24 200 0,76
05.216.300 Rd 30 44,0 30 200 1,18
05.216.360 Rd 36 52,5 36 100 0,67
05.216.420 Rd 42 59,5 42 100 0,99
05.216.520 Rd 52 73,0 52 100 1,40
05.216.560 Rd 56 75,0 56 50 1,10
05.216.600 Rd 60 80,0 60 50 1,20

Sample order for 100 PFEIFER External Caps, small, size Rd 42:
100 PFEIFER External Caps ref.no. 05.216.420

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PFEIFER Thread Cleaners
Item-No. 05.212

Thread System
Accessories

These Thread Cleaners are used to


remove residual concrete from the
lifting anchor. They cannot be used
to cut new threads, only for cleaning
purposes.

Accessories
Material:
Tool steel, hardened,
with broaching slits
key size

key size

Ref. No. for Lifting Key Size Weight approx.


Anchor mm kg/Piece
05.212.120 Rd 12 7 0,04
05.212.140 Rd 14 9 0,05
05.212.160 Rd 16 9 0,05
05.212.180 Rd 18 8 0,05
05.212.200 Rd 20 10 0,08
05.212.240 Rd 24 12 0,13
05.212.300 Rd 30 14 0,25
05.212.360 Rd 36 17 0,43
05.212.420 Rd 42 19 0,66
05.212.520 Rd 52 22 1,10

Sample order for 3 PFEIFER Thread Cleaners fitting PFEIFER Lifting Anchor Rd 12:
3 PFEIFER Thread Cleaners ref.no. 05.212.120

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Order full packing units:
• Speeds up all logistic processes tremendously, reduces required packing
time and clearly leads to shorter delivery times.

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Geschäftsbereich Bautechnik
Postfach 1754 · D-87687 Memmingen
Postcode, City

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E-Mail biuro@j-p.pl contact our headquarters in Germany.

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