Connector, Lamello Invis Mx2

For connecting wood and wooden materials

Art. no. 267.91.112

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Connector, Lamello Invis Mx2

For connecting wood and wooden materials

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connection can be undone time and time again
powerful bolted connections with clamping force of up to 250 kg per connector via the M5 stainless steel screw
easy handling due to assembly tolerance
neatly clamped joints without screw-clamps

Connection can be released time and time again
powerful screw-fixed connections with clamping force of up to 250 kg per connector via the M5 stainless steel screw
easy handling due to the installation tolerance
neatly clamped joints without the need for screw clamps

Material

Zinc alloy

Area of application

For connecting wood and wooden materials

Installation

For screwing in

Functioning principle

The Lamello Invis Mx2 MiniMag drive magnet is suitable for any standard cordless drill with a speed of 1200–1500 rpm.
The rotating magnetic field of the Lamello Invis Mx2 MiniMag drives the connector, and the thread in the connector screws into the internal thread of the screw-in nut.
To release the connection again, simply reverse the direction of rotation of the power drill.

Drill hole Ø

12 mm

Order reference

1 piece = 1 pair

Supplied with

4 or 20 pieces of Lamello Invis Mx2 cabinet connector

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09-Dec-2022