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Unless you are lucky enough to find a stud or a noggin in the right spot, fixing into plasterboard can be hit-and-miss.
Traditional plasterboard fixings, although initially secure often fail over time. Gripit fixings are unique plasterboard fixings, manufactured in the UK, that provide the perfect solution to this enduring problem. They are easy to position and fit, and provide a strong, secure fixing for most wall-mounted items. The design spreads the load over twice the diameter of the fixing ensuring the even distribution of any stresses over a wide area.
Suitable for use in 9.5 to 15mm thick plasterboard, Gripit fixings are easy to fit. Mark the location, drill the hole using the recommended size flat bit and tap in the Gripit. Push in the insert with a screwdriver and a simple twist spreads the Gripit wings behind the board; job done. The red Gripit fixings come with countersunk, Pozi drive screws. Gripit fixings are reusable: simply turn wing screws to release and remove.
If you are unfortunate enough to encounter double thickness plasterboard or dot and dab adhesive, the Gripit Undercutting Tool accessory creates a recess for the wings to rotate into place.
GripIt provide the perfect fixing for each and every plasterboard installation. Take a look below to find out which colour GripIt your task needs.
TVs, boilers, kitchen cupboards and more...
Radiators, cabinets, small TVs and more...
Mirrors, shelves, bathroom fixtures and more...
Curtain rails, blinds, small shelves and more...
GripIt’s quick fix design make installations simple!
Drill a hole into the plasterboard with the correct size drill bit for your requirement.
Push the GripIt fixing into the hole and gently tap until the collar sits against the surface.
Using a flat screwdriver, turn the insert 90° clockwise to open up the wings at the back of the fix.