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Nail in magazine UMA 221/10
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Nail in magazine UMA 221/10

For use in steel and concrete substrates. Suitable for Würth BST MA-75 pin driver and other pin drivers with magazine

  • Material: Steel
  • Surface: Zinc plated
  • Number of nails: 10
  • Shaft diameter: 3.7 mm
  • Length of magazine: 93 mm
  • Suitable for device type: Würth BST MA-75 (single shot kit for single fixtures), Hilti DX 350, DX 36M, DX 460, DX 5

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Art.-no. Shaft length Material Surface Number of nails Quantity PU
price/PU
0864221016
16 mm Steel Zinc plated 10
100 pcs
0864221019
19 mm Steel Zinc plated 10
100 pcs
0864221022
22 mm Steel Zinc plated 10
100 pcs
0864221027
27 mm Steel Zinc plated 10
100 pcs
0864221032
32 mm Steel Zinc plated 10
100 pcs
0864221037
37 mm Steel Zinc plated 10
100 pcs
0864221042
42 mm Steel Zinc plated 10
100 pcs
0864221047
47 mm Steel Zinc plated 10
100 pcs
0864221052
52 mm Steel Zinc plated 10
100 pcs
0864221057
57 mm Steel Zinc plated 10
100 pcs
0864221062
62 mm Steel Zinc plated 10
100 pcs
0864221072
72 mm Steel Zinc plated 10
100 pcs

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Example article number structures:
Example 1: Screw with dimensions of 4x10 mm:
VVVVAAABBB
00574 10 (2 spaces between the 4 and the 10)

Example 2: Screw with dimensions of 10x20 mm:
VVVVAAABBB
005710 20 (1 space between the 10 and the 20)

Example 3: Flat washer with an internal diameter of 6 mm:
VVVVAAABBB
04076

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Length calculation for nails used on concrete surfaces:


Penetration depth (min. 25 mm / max. 40 mm) + thickness of component to be fastened = nail or shaft length



Length calculation for nails used on steel surfaces (min. 5 mm thick):


Penetration depth (min. 8 mm / max. 12 mm) + thickness of component to be fastened = nail or shaft length

All nails are suitable for secondary attachments (without technical approval). The maximum tensile forces of individual attachments are at the discretion of the user and must be determined with test attachments or pull-out tests.