Chemical Injection Systems: Adhesive Chemical Anchors

Chemical injection provides innovative anchoring solutions offer a level of flexibility and strength that traditional mechanical anchors simply can't match.

Chemical injection systems utilise a unique resin technique that provides superior adhesion, making them ideal for fastening to concrete and similar substrates. Unlike mechanical anchors, which expand upon tightening and can have limitations, chemical injection anchors fill all irregularities in the hole, creating an airtight and waterproof seal.

One significant advantage of chemical injection anchors is their virtually unlimited embedment depth. This feature allows you to increase load capacity by embedding any length of rod into the hole. Furthermore, opting for a larger-diameter hole with a thicker rod can boost load capacity even more.

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Adhesive Chemical Injection Anchors Applications

Adhesive Chemical Injection Anchors have a wide range of applications in construction and engineering. They are particularly useful in situations where precision, strength, and flexibility are required.

One of the main applications is installing fixtures close to the edge of concrete substrates or through masonry blocks. Because these anchors do not expand, they significantly reduce the likelihood of cracking in the surrounding concrete. This makes them ideal for securing railings near edges, concrete stairs, and similar structures.

Another advantage of adhesive chemical injection anchors is their adjustability during the chemical's open working time. This feature provides an opportunity to make minor modifications to the stud’s alignment, which is not possible with mechanical anchors that require millimetre-perfect drilling every time to correct depth and angle.

In addition, epoxy adhesive anchors are used in other construction and engineering applications due to their high strength, strong cohesion, and good toughness. They are also used in anchoring systems that require high bond resistance.