Panel fixing made easy

Button-fix is an easy, accurate and secure method of invisibly attaching panels, signage and objects to walls, ceilings and other surfaces.

Fix panels at lightning speed

The concept is simple: robust Buttons are attached to the back of one panel and the mating Fixes are attached to the other. Bring the panels together until the Button-fixes ‘click’.

Button-fix is an excellent choice for shop fitting, furniture manufacture and signage applications

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No unsightly screws or bolts

The Button-fix fix is completely invisible, and with no bolts or screws on show, installers can be confident of quickly achieving a fabulous flawless finish that their own clients will love.

Perfect alignment

Use the ingenious Marker accessory to quickly and accurately align the Button-fix installation. No need for a tape measure or for guesswork!

Incredibly strong

The strength of Button-fix has been extensively and independently tested. Check out our stress testing reports for load bearing properties.

Announcing the new Type 1 Metal Fix

When performance cannot be compromised.

  • All-metal construction, diecast in durable ZL2 zinc alloy and fitted with a 316-stainless-steel retaining spring. 
  • Ideal for use with fire-retardant panels and in environments where fire smoke toxicity is a concern. 
  • Rigorously tested to ensure faultless performance in the most demanding applications. 
  • Quick and easy to install, like all the fasteners in the Button-fix family.

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Type 1

Connects parallel panels where the emphasis is on strength. Highly versatile, it can be surface-mounted or semi-rebated into the panel, orientated for vertical or sideways assembly.

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Type 1 Flush

For applications where panel-to-panel contact is required. It fits a simple oval rebate and can be rebated into the edge of a panel of at least 28mm thick or the face of a panel of at least 18mm thick.

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Type 1 Bonded

For use where screw-fixing to the panel is not possible and bonding is the preferred option. It can be either surface-mounted or semi-rebated and works with a broad range of materials.

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Type 1 Metal

Ideal for use with fire-retardant panels, the Type 1 Metal is a highly versatile and reliable fastener that has been independently tested for strength and under shock loads and vibration.

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Type 2

Connects panels at 90° and engages with a straight push. Ideal for panels with no clearance above or at the side and applications where the emphasis is on ease of access.

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Easy panel removal and replacement

Whether your project involves fixing wall panels, shelving, bath panels, ceiling panels, kitchen islands or IPS systems, you'll want to know that they can removed in a matter of seconds to gain access to pipework and services.

Button-fix is the fitter-friendly solution for installing and removing panels with the minimum of fuss, without any damage to the panel and without the need to call in a specialist. By using Button-fix to attach your panels, you are guaranteed:

  • The perfect solution for precise panel installation and alignment
  • Invisible secure fixing coupled with incredible strength
When speed, strength and precision are important, button-fix is the only fix

Where to buy

Button-fix is available worldwide. Click below to find a stockist.

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