With a share of sales of more than 80 per cent, fixing systems is the biggest division within the fischer Group of Companies. In 75 years, the specialist for safe and economical fixings and connecting elements for the construction industry has become the technological market leader. The range of products includes plastic dowels, steel anchors and chemical systems. Whether it be heavy duty fixings used in the construction of tunnels, bridges or power generating plants for professionals, or wall and cavity plugs for do-it-yourselfers: fischer offers a fitting solution for every fastening task. 

From dynamic anchors for earthquake areas or heavily stressed buildings to DIY solutions for private use: The fischer product range comprises more than 15,000 articles, including plastic, steel, and chemical fastening solutions. Products also include a wide range of screws, drills, adhesives, sealants, and foams. The wide variety of fischer fixing solutions is completed by product ranges for specific applications such as facade and installation systems, fixing solutions for concrete such as cast-in elements, or specific fixings for external thermal insulation composite systems (ETICS). 

fischer develops and manufactures its own products, mainly in Germany. With a comprehensive range of services, the company offers its customers an ideal and individual support service which includes the development of custom solutions. Sales representatives and application engineers guarantee personal and professional support. 50 subsidiaries in 38 countries provide added customer proximity. fischer also supports clients throughout all construction phases, from planning and calculations all the way to briefing and installation until the project’s successful completion. 

With its free FIXperience design software as well as data for software applications (BIM, 3D), the fixing specialist provides customers with added project planning support. This is also a crucial element in the sales strategy of fischer Belgium. Where is a clear focus on support of our specialized trade in the shops and on construction site with planners and architects to solve their individual customer solutions. 

In addition, there are digital services such as the fischer apps PRO and DIY, which help professional users and do-it-yourselfers in choosing the right fixing solution and its application. With a varied range of online and in-person training sessions provided by the fischer Academy, customers stay up to date with the latest fixing solutions and regulations. 

75 years of innovative power and technological skill contribute to the continuous development of the fixing specialist’s products and services. The workforce of the fischer Group of Companies files 20 times as many patents per employee than the average of the German economy. 

Preventing waste, the fischer ProcessSystem makes a daily contribution to sustainability across the entire company. To honour its commitment in this field the fischer Group of Companies was presented with the German Sustainability Award 2020 in the large-businesses category. 

Within 2023 fischer Belgium is offering a completely new range of chemical mortar. 

Starting with the introduction of the first universal injection mortar with an evaluated service life (ETA) of 100 years in concrete with the FIS V Plus. Its system components offer a wide range of applications. Among these is the stand-off installation system Thermax 12 and 16 to install fastenings through external thermal insulation composite systems (ETICS) into the load-bearing base practically without thermal bridges. 

FIS V Zero is another innovation with a special, hazard-label-free formula that guarantees the protection of people and planet. fischer used a patented, new curing system for the first time with the FIS V Zero innovation in order to achieve this. No peroxides are used during this process, meaning there is no need for any hazard labels. Combined with the use of non-hazardous raw materials, this mechanism means that the FIS V Zero does not require hazard labels even under the strict stipulations of the EU’s current CLP chemical regulation. As a result, users can process the injection mortar without protective measures and safety equipment. Used cartridges can be disposed of in the usual household waste, avoiding the costly disposal of hazardous waste. Unlike many other injection mortars, our FIS V Zero does not require separate packaging and shipping, which saves packaging materials and reduces transport.