Bonded anchoring cartridge systems offer a variety of unique benefits against other anchoring techniques. In many cases the achieved bond strength of the fixing is stronger than the substrate it is bonded to providing an excellent capacity for very high loads.They are stress free systems that are ideally suited for installation of anchors in close proximity applications as well as close to the edge of the base material. They are flexible in terms of embedment depth and a deeper embedded anchor will provide a greater load capacity.

Anchoring

Chemical Anchors are used in a wide range of structural and non-structural applications.  They can be found in different grades of concrete, different masonries, and other substrates. Threaded rods as well as rebars and other fixing system can be installed with chemical anchors.

AnchorFix-1: Fast curing anchoring adhesive

  • Solvent- and styrene free based two part polyester anchoring adhesive
  • Threaded rods in concrete or masonry

 

AnchorFix-2: High-performance anchoring adhesive:

  • Solvent- and styrene free, epoxy acrylate based, two part anchoring adhesive
  • Threaded rods or rebars in concrete

 

AnchorFix-2+: (Tropical, Arctic) High-performance anchoring adhesive:

  • Solvent- and styrene free, epoxy acrylate based, two part anchoring adhesive
  • Arctic or Tropical hardener grade available
  • Threaded rods or rebars in concrete (also in cracked concrete and seismic zone)

 

AnchorFix-3001: High-performance, professional epoxy anchoring adhesive

  • Solvent-free, thixotropic, two part epoxy resin-based, high performance anchoring adhesive
  • Threaded rods or rebars in concrete (also in cracked concrete and seismic zone)