Screwed inserts M 10 for wooden climbing walls
You use screwed inserts for the fastening of climbing holds on a wooden wall. They are the counter pieces of hexagon socket screws.
Basically, you use them if you do not have the possibility of fixing T-nuts (zinc-plated, stainless steel or special T-nuts) from the back. Advantage: it´s enough when you bore a hole of 12 mm and a depth of ca. 25 - 30 mm on the front side. Then, you can screw them from the front with a slotted screwdriver. Inside there is a M 10 thread, on which you can fix your climbing holds. Don´t use screwed inserts on a osb, usb or msb plate!
- Internal screw thread M 10
- Cylinder head screw DIN EN ISO 4762 - M10 (DIN 912)
- Countersunk head screw DIN EN ISO 10642 - M10 (DIN 7991 )