Some dowels fit in the partition without the need to drill beforehand... Expansion dowels are the ideal solution if you do not have drill and appropriate bits!
The screw / peg torque is screwed directly into the material or sinks after drilling the wall with a hammer. Then, simply pull on the head of the screw using a specific clamp. The peg opens then in star and is locked against the inner face of the wall. This operation can be done without the clamp, simply by screwing the screw already in place.
Classic expansion dowel
The classic model: pierce the wall, insert the ankle, deform it using the special pliers until it grips the plasterboard. Supports a vertical load up to 50 kg.
Self-drilling expansion dowel
self drilling: screw the ankle into the plasterboard. Once in abutment, continue to screw to allow it to deform. Can tolerate a vertical load up to 25 kg.
Self-drilling expansion anchor
Autoperceuse: hit the screw / peg assembly with a hammer to penetrate the plate. As soon as it has fully penetrated the partition, expand the ankle using the special pliers. For vertical load up to 10 kg.