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Drive-in nut special M10 EXPERT STAINLESS STEEL

SKU 14283-1
Original price CHF 1.15 - Original price CHF 104.00
Original price
CHF 1.15
CHF 1.15 - CHF 104.00
Current price CHF 1.15

Are you planning an outdoor climbing wall that should also withstand professional use? Then you should equip your hole pattern with the special stainless steel drive-in nuts.

The big advantage of special impact nuts, which act as a counterpart to the hexagon socket screws, is that they are not hammered in, but are screwed on from the back with two chipboard screws. This leads to an extremely resilient rear construction.


  • Material: stainless steel
  • Metric internal thread M10
  • Plate dimension: 40.56 x 25.65 mm
  • Thick-walled design: panel thickness 2 mm
  • Nut Height (Including Plate): 12.0mm
  • Required pre-drilling diameter: approx. 12 mm
  • Attachment of the special drive-in nut with 2 chipboard screws (approx. 4.5 mm diameter)
  • Attachment of the climbing holds with an ordinary M10 screw

Practical tips:

The stainless steel special impact nut EXPERT offers you a high-quality alternative to the normal impact nut. It also has advantages over other special drive-in nuts that are mounted with 4 chipboard screws. The reason for this is not only half the work involved in fastening, but also their resilience. Because the two holes for the chipboard screws have a much larger diameter than the four holes of a conventional special drive-in nut. This means that thicker screws can be used when assembling the EXPERT, giving your climbing holds the best possible hold.


As a first step, create a grid and mark all the places where the special drive-in nuts are to be set later. For bouldering walls, we recommend a hole pattern of 10 cm (required per square meter: 95 drive-in nuts) or 15 cm (required per square meter: 45 drive-in nuts), with the second row being offset to the top row. Another variant is that you use as many impact nuts as you have climbing holds. The disadvantage of this variant is that you have relatively few screwing options on the wall. In addition, if the climbing wall were expanded for more drive-in nuts, the entire plates would have to be removed again. After marking the locations for the drive-in nuts, drill 12 mm holes there. The special EXPERT drive-in nut is inserted into the hole from the back and then fastened with the two chipboard screws.


Als ersten Schritt legen Sie ein Raster an und markieren alle Stellen, wo später die Einschlagmuttern gesetzt werden sollen. Für Boulderwände empfiehlt sich ein Lochraster von 10 cm (Bedarf pro qm: 95 Einschlagmuttern oder 15 cm (Bedarf pro qm: 45 Einschlagmuttern), wobei jeweils die zweite Reihe versetzt zur oberen Reihe ist. Eine andere Variante ist, dass Sie genau so viele Einschlagmuttern verwenden, wie Sie Klettergriffe haben. Der Nachteil an dieser Variante ist, dass Sie wenig Umschraubmöglichkeiten an der Wand haben. Zudem müssten bei einer Erweiterung der Kletterwand für mehr Einschlagmuttern, die ganzen Platten wieder abmontiert werden.Nachdem markieren der Stellen für die Einschlagmutter, bohren Sie dort 12 mm Löcher. In diese wird die Einschlagmutter von der Rückseite in die Platte eingeschlagen. Für einen besseren Halt der Einschlagmutter, tragen Sie bitte einen speziellen Holz-Metall-Kleber auf die Mutter auf.

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