Frame Fixing Screws are used widely for masonry applications. They affix wood or timber to masonry.
Frame fixing screws are generally used for attaching wood frames and not for batting in walls.
Using plastic-sheathed frame fittings that are industry standard, the outer frame should be fastened to the masonry. These must be at least 100 mm long and 50 mm or more firmly embedded in the brickwork.
Frame fixing screws are a sort of heavy-duty fastener frequently used to fasten wooden items such as windows, battens, and other wooden frames to masonry and concrete.
This figure can change depending on the screw's length, breadth, quality, kind of thread, installation method, and the kind of impact it must resist. The majority of screws can support 35 to 50 kilograms of weight.