Please specify what your "plaster" is.
1. GKL (drywall) partition (or cladding (wall covering GKL-ohm) - on a metal frame or beam.
2. An old plaster plaster partition reinforced with shingles on a timber frame.
or something else.
If we are talking about GCR. If a large load is expected:
1. Under the GKL layer on the metal frame, plywood sheets.
2. Sew two layers of GCR.
3. Increase the pitch of the racks.
Again, what is вЂњgypsumвЂќ from you.
A simple nail in GKL holds a load of 5 kg (one layer), 10 kg (two layers), 15 kg (three layers)
Simple plastic expandable dowel: for facing from 20 mm - 20 kg.
Plastic dowel for hollow structures ("butterfly") with a cladding thickness of 12.5 (standard GKL sheet) - 20 kg, from 20 mm 30 kg
although the manufacturer writes 35 kg.
MOLLY metal threaded anchor for cladding from 12.5 - 30 kg, from 25 mm - 50 kg(information from the Rigips Austria catalog, we often use Albes - there is a little more detail).
If GKL-ohm wall cladding is more efficiently attached to the cladding wall, the plate will also work better inside.
It all depends on the load on the horizontal bar and whether they will be wrung out on it, or twist the "sun" (unlikely in the opening).
If the son weighs 30-40 kg, this is one, an adult from 65 to ...... this is another.
The plate (wider) can be put on anchor bolts (frame dowels) if under the gypsum board (concrete slab, panel)
The load will shift down if one layer of GCR and the frame is weak, the plate will mix down to squeeze GCR.
In general, you need to look at the place of what and how;)
Catalog Albes Moscow 1999
3.4 Attaching attachments and various objects to partitions.Post has been editedbiulder - 10.03.09, 16:04