FIS H K – Anchor Sleeve Nylon For Chemical Injection

The versatile fixing system with injection anchor sleeves for perforated brick masonry.

The plastic fischer injection anchor sleeve FIS H K is the system component for the use of fischer injection mortars in perforated brick masonry within through-type installations. To do so, the anchor sleeve is placed in the drill hole and filled with injection mortar from the anchor sleeve base. When setting the rod anchor or the internal threaded anchor, the mortar is pressed through the lattice structure and then connects with the perforated brick by an interlock. This means that the load is directed into the building material. Non-bearing layers can also be bridged with the injection anchor sleeve.




  • The system can be used with any of the following injection mortars: FIS VL, FIS SB or FIS EM
  • The system is suitable for pre-positioned installation when combined with injection anchor sleeves and threaded rods FIS A or internally threaded anchors.
  • The anchor sleeve is placed in the drill hole, and filled with injection mortar from the anchor sleeve base.
  • Turning in the anchor causes the mortar to be pushed through the anchor sleeve’s grating structure, so that it fits the base material perfectly.


  • The grating structure of the anchor sleeve is adapted for the injection mortars FIS VL , FIS SB and FIS EM and ensures saving mortar use with the best interlock.
  • The centering blades perfectly align the anchor in the anchor sleeve and allow for use with various threaded rod diameters.
  • The barbed hooks secure the anchor sleeve in the drill hole and allow for a trouble-free overhead installation.
  • The geometry of the anchor sleeves allows for the bridging of non-bearing layers for a simple and convenient installation.


  • Awnings
  • Canopies
  • Gates
  • Handrails
  • Consoles
  • Pipelines
  • Sanitary equipment
  • Gratings
  • Satellite antennas
  • Sun protection


  • Vertically perforated brick
  • Hollow blocks made from lightweight concrete
  • Hollow blocks made from concrete
  • Perforated sand-lime brick
  • Solid sand-lime brick
  • Solid brick

Also suitable for:

  • Hollow pumice slabs
  • Slabs made of hollow brick and other perforated brick
  • Solid pumice and other solid building materials