Never Drill Again Bathroom Accessories
The nie wieder bohren system
Often the simplest ideas are the best ones. That’s the way it is with nie wieder bohren.
Have you ever asked yourself why there’s no alternative to conventional drilling and plugging when it comes to attaching objects to high-quality surfaces like tile, natural stone, glass or steel? A method that ensures a firm attachment and is quick, clean and reversible?
With nie wieder bohren. the solution has finally come. Combining a high-performance single-component adhesive and a patented adaptor, it lets you mount both heavy and light objects securely – without noise, without dirt, and without causing damage to wiring or vulnerable surfaces. The bond is strong and permanent, and in most cases removal is possible without leaving a trace.
The nie wieder bohren. system employs a strong, non-rotting single-component adhesive of the kind used in the aircraft and automotive industries. It hardens to form an elastic bond of outstanding durability and strength on smooth or rough surfaces like tile, stone, glass, metal, concrete and many plastics.
However, unlike conventional household adhesives, which require only a few seconds of firm pressure to reach full strength, the nie wieder bohren. adhesive needs air and time. For this reason an "intermediary" is necessary: the patented nie nie wieder bohren. adaptor.
The purpose of an adaptor is to join things that don’t actually fit together. The nie wieder bohren. adaptor does more than that:
• It defines the bonding area and the amount of adhesive, thus determining how much load the bond will be able to take.
• It lets air through, which ensures that the adhesive will harden evenly.
• It is rugged and sturdy.
• And it integrates standard attachments likes screws and internal threads, permitting even objects with conventional plug- and-screw anchorages to be mounted using the nie wieder bohren. system.
nie wieder bohren. adaptors are manufactured using a specially developed process and are protected by international patents.