Membrane fixing plugs are used to fasten cavity drain membranes to brick, block or stone walls. The fasteners are hammered in to pre-drilled holes using a mallet. Pre-formed seals, pre-fitted seals or butyl rubber rope form a waterproof stopper to ensure all fixing points remain watertight.
Select from three fastener types:
Brick plugs are used for dry-lining applications. They are manufactured with an aperture into which battens or channels can be screwed.
Plaster plugs are used for fixing mesh-faced membrane. They are manufactured with a knurled head that enhances keying for directly applied plaster or dot and dab adhesive.
Mechanical insulation fasteners provide another option for mesh faced membrane. They are primarily used to fix plaster membranes where the building substrate is difficult to fix to.
Membrane fixings are an important part of cavity drain membrane systems. They create the waterproof plug that prevents ingress at the vulnerable fixing positions.