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Trade benefits

Calling all tradesman, here you will find the technical elements to the GripIt® and how it can help you in your day to day lives, as well as everything from the benefits of using our anchors, to the money and time you can save.

No matter whether you’re an Electrician, Plumber, Carpenter or any other kind of tradesman, when fixing items directly to drywall, you can make savings on materials, labour and wastage by using GripIt®.

GripIt® allow you to fix loads up to 225kgs per anchor, directly to the drywall. Whether you’re working on a domestic or commercial project, GripIt® allow you the flexibility to do so with a minimal amount of work required.

With the ability to fix directly to the plasterboard without additional reinforcement work, you can fix anything from radiators, kitchen cabinets, boilers, bathroom furniture, TV brackets, lighting and more, with peace of mind that when using a GripIt®, it’s there to stay.

As a result, you can have your installation complete with a drill, tap and turn.

Unique 3-way Gripping System

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Step 1

The universal collar automatically adjusts to the thickness of the drywall and distributes load weight across a much wider area of the drywall than conventional anchors or plugs.

When tapped into place, anti-rotational wings help to eliminate movement and increase lateral strength.

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Step 2

Unique backing wings expand inside the cavity space to provide a secure anchor on the back of the drywall surface.

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Step 3

Fixing your item to the GripIt induces a vice-like grip onto all three surfaces of the drywall, providing the ultimate grip for heavier loads.


Weights and Loads

The incredible loading capabilities of GripIt® are derived from a unique combination of mechanical innovation and physical engineering. Each component is designed to work in harmony to create the most effective drywall anchoring device on the market today.