Bonding mortar - Large anchoring

  • Product description
  • Rapid curing formulation designed for fixing large anchoring applications
  • High strenght providing a tough reliable anchor
  • A two part free mix formulation based on a high performance polyester resin
  • Chemical resistant - suitable for use in areas subject to chemical spills/contamination
  • Provides a non-dusting surface with excellent impact and wear resistance
  • Applications
Can be used for bonding building materials e.g. floor tiles etc. Suitable for wide and varied anchoring applocations including: Anchoring Bolts, Stanchions, Railings, Starter Bars, Machinery Beds, Support Posts, Frame-works and many other larger diamtere fixings. Suitable for horizontal, vertical and overhead applications.
  • Technical data

Tension figures quoted are tested in accordance with BS 5080 Part 1 in approximately 30 N/mm2 concrete.

The Ultimate pull out strength (Tension) is varied by:

  1. The strength of both the substrate and bar/stud.
  2. The length of the resin bond to bar.
  3. Hole preparation.
  4. Anchor separation.

Safety factors should be considered depending on the strength and nature of the substrate. Due to the inconsistent nature of hollow blocks and bricks tension figures may vary. Site testing should be carried out where necessary to establish particular suitability. In order to achieve maximum performance the distance between the centres of the anchors should be a minimum of 2.0 x embedment depth and 1.25 x the embedment depth for the minimum distance from edges.

Figures produced using 10mm threaded bar in 12mm hole in 30N/mm3 concrete using rotary percussion machine and then air flushed. Minimum safety factors should be considered in critical cases.

Storage Store in a dry area between 5°C and 25°C. Do not expose to direct sunlight. Storage at higher temperatures will reduce the shelf life.

Health and Safety Data Multiset resin contains styrene and is flammable. Do not smoke and do not allow naked flames to come into contact with this material. Avoid breathing vapour and wear suitable protective clothing such as gloves and overalls. On contact with skin wash off immediately with plenty of soap and water.

  • Important

The information and data given is based on our own experience, research and testing and is believed to be reliable and accurate. However, as we cannot know the varied uses to which our products may be applied, or the methods of application used, no warranty as to the fitness or suitability of our products is given or implied. It is the users responsibility to determine suitability of use.

Preparation Concrete Repair Remove all debris and dust from the area to be repaired. Any loose or friable concrete should be removed to give a sound surface. Prior to application the area must be clean, dry and sound. Anchoring Preparation 1) Drill hole to the correct diameter and depth, ideally using a rotary percussion machine. For optimum results the hole must be coarse sided. If holes are produced by diamond drilling the surface should be thoroughly roughened. 2) After drilling the hole all dust and debris should be removed using a hand air pump or a stiff rotary brush. 3) All bars should be clean and free from oil or grease and all flaking rust should be removed. Steel bars used should be deformed such as those manufactured to BS 4449. Threaded bars may be used, but should be chisel-ended to prevent them from being unscrewed from the cured resin. Mixing Pour the resin into the large plastic container provided or a suitable clean mixing vessel. Slowly add the powder component, stirring continuously. On the final addition of powder, stir for a further 2 minutes. In order to achieve the typical properties quoted below it is recommended that only full units are mixed at one time. Clean all tools using a suitable solvent, which should be done within the gel times quoted below. Application Spread the Multiset over the area to be repaired. With the thicker pumpable (PM) version lay out using a steel float that has been dampened with a suitable solvent. Multiset Pourable may be poured onto the area to be repaired. Although it is self levelling a trowel may be used to spread the material evenly. For vertical anchoring applications pour the mixed grout into the holes. To avoid air pockets ram the material firmly into the bottom of the hole. Fixings should be inserted using a rotating action. Multiset Pumpable (PM) may be loaded into a suitable empty cartridge. Gently vibrate in order to remove any air pockets. Extrude using a matching dispenser.