Kingspan® KS118

We are committed to ensuring the quality of our products at every stage in the production process. From initial product design, to prototype testing, through the manufacturing process to final testing and distribution of approved fasteners. 

This information is to be used as a reference of the most common fastener to be used in a specific system.

The information that is provided is to help aid designers, this does not take the onus or responsibility away from the designer, evolution technical department should always be consulted for every fastener recommendation/specification.


KS118 fixing to timber substrate

  • Product thickness* = insulant thickness + 12.5 mm plasterboard.
  • Fixing lengths based on fixing insulation to timber
  • Fasteners are to be fixed straight back to the substrate.
  • If both of these points are not able to be achieved, please contact our technical team:
  1. Ensure adequate timber depth of minimum 25mm penetration into timber baton is achieved
  2. Fixings should not penetrate all the way through the timber

KS118 fixing for Steel Stud/Channel connections

  • Fixing lengths based on fixing steel to steel
  • Fixing code dependant on total steel thickness
  • If steel sections are larger please contact our technical team.

Installation instructions1

 

NOTE:  Failure to abide by these instructions may void any warranty provided by Evolution Fasteners (UK) Ltd. This document does not alleviate the user, designer or any other party from their respective obligations under the terms of the Warranty2. The use of impact tooling voids the Warranty.

 

  1. Clear installation area of dirt and debris and ensure that there are no other contaminating substances (i.e. oil, grease, etc),
  2. Using a non‐impacting TEK screwdriver (such as Makita FS2500), insert the screw into the fixture and substrate material perpendicularly (± 5˚ from the normal) using not greater than 1,500 RPM and a steady pressure on the tooling only (do not force the tool, allow the screw to cut),
  3. Stop inserting the screw once the underside of the flange makes contact with the topside of the fixture material for non‐washered screws. For washered screws continue inserting until the compression disc of the washer changes from convex to flat. There should be no torque applied to the fasteners post‐installation.

 

Disclaimer:

This document is provided for educational purposes only and remains the intellectual property of Evolution Fasteners (UK) Ltd. The information provided in this document does not alleviate any responsibility on the part of any third party, nor does Evolution Fasteners (UK) Ltd accept any liability for any failures in practice, design or otherwise by any third parties using this document. Evolution Fasteners (UK) Ltd retain all rights in relation to this document. This document shall not be reproduced except in full, without written approval from Evolution Fasteners (UK) Ltd. Whilst every effort was made to ensure that all information in this document is accurate, it is provided strictly

on the basis errors and omissions excepted. It is the recommendation of Evolution Fasteners (UK) Ltd that any third party seeking to use our products should enquire directly with the Evolution Technical Department either by e‐mail to technical@evofas.com or phone call to +44 (0) 141 647 7100. Written enquires can be made to:

Technical Department and Laboratory Services

Evolution Fasteners (UK) Ltd

Clyde Gateway Trade Park

Dalmarnock Road

Glasgow G73 1AN

United Kingdom

 

1Video instructions available on request

2For further information, refer to the Evolution Product Warranty document hosted on our website.

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