REISSER spacer screw RDS

The outstanding mounting system for the RVF


The REISSER spacer screw system is an installation-friendly, flexible VHF fastening solution that has been granted full technical approval. Its extremely low thermal conductivity means that the system is for the most part free of thermal bridges. In addition, our fastening solution fulfils all current fire protection requirements for VHF.

Deep hexagon socket

  • Tool does not slide out

Head thread

  • Anchor thread and head thread with matched pitch for smooth and unconstrained screwing-in.


  • Indicator for correct screw seating, with an adjustable tolerance range of 25 mm.

Anchor thread

  • Thread geometry precisely matched to the anchor sleeve.

Stop ring

  • Protects the setting depth of 70 mm in the masonry with a noticeable resistance while screwing in.

Anchor sleeve

  • With ETA-tested geometry.
  • Immediate load-bearing properties with very strong anti-twist protection.
  • Suitable for all common masonry substrates and concrete.

For wooden substructure

For mounting secondary wooden substructures to the front of masonry/concrete.

For aluminium substructure

For fastening secondary aluminium substructures to the front of masonry/concrete.

Tool supplied

Includes matching bit

Optimum load transfer

Timber house framework screw connection

Excellent transfer of the facade load (facade weight & wind load) via the spacer screw with anchor into the masonry/concrete, with both weak and pressure-resistant insulation.


Compensation of masonry tolerances

Perfect compensation of masonry tolerances of up to 25 mm. 
The construction can also be easily aligned afterwards. The profile can be readjusted at any time by turning back the 0° screw and then screwing the screw back in. The final position should be reached before the 15° screws are set.



Identical finishing for aluminium and wood profiles

Make a Ø 10 mm drill hole through the profile and insulate with minimum drilling depth of 105 mm in masonry/concrete.

Cleaning the drill hole. Adapt the drilling method to the substrate.

Carefully drive in the screw with the anchor sleeve (A) in place. The setting depth of 70 mm in masonry/concrete is reached when the stop ring (B) creates noticeable resistance. The screw is seated correctly if the outer edge of the profile is in the marked area (C).

Slowly screw in (approx. 100 rpm) until the end position in the profile is reached (the head thread must be positioned in the last third of the aluminium profile. The head must not fit closely, as there is a risk of shifting the position of the profile and weakening the fixing in the aluminium. In the wood version, the screw head is flush or countersunk into the wooden batten by maximum 2 mm).

Product variants


For fastening secondary aluminium substructures to the front of masonry/concrete


For fastening secondary wooden substructures to the front of masonry/concrete

High-quality auxiliary tool

Drilling template

Auxiliary tool for pre-drilling the masonry/concrete and the primary wooden substructure

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Precision wood spiral drill bit 

Precision drill bit for wood/hard wood and plastics with optimum centring and chip removal.


Multi-purpose drill bit

Rotary drill for drilling in various masonry substrates (especially suitable for brick, perforated brick, lime sandstone and lightweight concrete).

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SDS hammer drill bit 

Hammer drill with 3 cutting edges for concrete and natural stone

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High profile drill 

High profile drill for wood and aerated concrete

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RDS CA/CW spacer screw brochure
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Christian Poscher

Key Account Manager RVF

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