I have a TV that is 65" and 24Kg and I am wanting to mount onto my wall.
My wall appears to be stud & plasterboard (potentially dot & dab?) with breeze block behind - cavity between, of course.
I have seen that a multitude of opinions on how to go about this, so I'm curious on the various options.
Note: I haven't yet checked where the studs are, but I imagine that the place where I want the mount to go will be in a void.
I have seen that there are a plethora of fixings designed for plasterboard mounting:
- Self tapping steel cavity plug - rated for 10Kg each
- GripIt anchors - Rated for 100kg (or so it says?)
- Spring toggle - Unkown rating
- Another wall toggle - unknown rating
- Fischer's own zip and snap style fixing - Rated for 20Kg/fixing
Note: The wall bracket I have ordered (HAMA brand) does actually come with all of its own fixings and those included at the more conventional Fischer wall fixings that I have previously used to hand curtains and other less heavy items:
If they are supplied with the product, they should be sufficient?
Should I drill deeper, into the breeze block and use a fixing into that instead?