POLY EPOXY MORTAR

Adhesive  anchor  system  has  been  specially formulated as a high performance, three epoxy component adhesive anchor system for threaded  rods and reinforcing bars in uncracked concrete  to suit transport applications. also can used as mortar with high thickness .

ADVANTAGES

  • Fast curing
  • Standard guns can be used
  • Can be used at low temperatures
  • High load capacity
  • Non-sag, even overhead
  • Low wastage
Color Sandy Beige
Density @25o C,kg/ltr 1.76±0.02
Pot lifemin@25o C 35±5
Adhesion to concrete (concretefailure)N/mm2 >1.5
Tensile Strength N/mm2@7days 15±0.5
Flexural Strength N/mm2@7days 24±0.5
Compressive strength, N/mm@7days 75±1
Slant Shear strength, N/mm@7days 25±5
  • As a fast curing anchoring adhesive for all grades of: Rebars / reinforcing steel Threaded rods
  • Bolts and special fastening systems Concrete
  • Hollow and solid masonry Mortar for high thickness.

Drilling of hole with an electric drill to the diameter and depth required. Drill hole diameter must be in accordance with anchor size.

The drill hole must be cleaned with a blow pump or by compressed air, starting from the bottom of the hole.

The drill hole must be thoroughly cleaned with the special steel brush.

The drill hole must be cleaned with a blow pump or by compressed air, starting from the bottom of the hole.

Mixing Part A + part B + part C Inject the adhesive into the hole.

Insert the anchor with a rotary motion into the filled drill hole. Some adhesive must come out of the hole.

During the resin hardening time the anchor must not be moved or loaded

Anchoring parameters

Hole diameter is all the time related to the embedded steel rebar diameter. The following table shows that relation which shows obviously the bigger the rebar diameter, the bigger the excess of the hole diameter, and that to give more tolerance for steel notches to be inserted easily.

Rebar diameter (mm) Hole diameter (mm)
from 6 – 16 Rebar diameter + 4
from 18 – 32 Rebar diameter + 6
over 32 Rebar diameter + 8

Hole depth depends on more than one factor:

Concrete compressive strength Steel rebar grade (tensile strength) Ultimate design axial load Concrete section depth

Steel rebar diameter

Each factor of the mentioned above is affecting the hole depth in different way. The concrete compressive strength is reversely affecting the hole depth i.e. the higher the compressive strength, the less the required hole depth for the same ultimate axial load, etc.

For critical structural usage of POLYWED ANCHOR, we recommend going through pull off test to settle the right anchoring depth.

PACKAGING

1Kg and 5Kg