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EF500R High Performing Structural Adhesive Injection

EF500R High Performing Structural Adhesive Injection

EF500R is a two-part component high strength epoxy base chemical designed to anchor threaded rod and post-installed rebar into concrete.

Epoxy is suitable to be used when holes are drilled using a diamond core drill. Recommended for use in areas of high temperatures – has a longer working time so steel elements can be properly seated at bottom of deep holes.

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AS 5216:2018
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ETA 15/0250 Option 1
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SKU 1EF500R-585 Description 585ml (3:1) EF500R chemical adhesive injection system Bx. Qty. 1 Crt. Qty. 12
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Key Features:

  • ETA approved for use in cracked and non-cracked concrete and in areas of seismic loading
  • Recomended for use in diamond drilled holes, wet concrete and deep embedment
  • Contact with potable water
  • Low VOC Content / LEED compliant
  • Fire rating approved
  • High chemical resistance and ideal for use in areas of elevated service temperatures
  • Use with all grades of threaded studs and post-installed rebar

NCC COMPLIANT AS 5216:2018

The ETA document meets anchor testing and reporting requirements of AS 5216:2018, essential for compliance with the NCC.

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