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High Performance Pure Epoxy Chemical Anchor

PE-1000 is a pure epoxy, high performance chemical anchor specially designed for the medium and heavy-duty anchoring of threaded rods or reinforcing bars into concrete for seismic C1 / C2 applications.

440 ml side-by-side cartridges
General Characteristics
  • ETA approved performance values in C1 and C2 Seismic Categories.
  • Suitable to be used in natural stone, cracked and non-cracked concrete, diamond drilled holes or water-filled holes.
  • Heavy duty anchoring and post-installed anchor connections.
  • Suitable for overhead / ceiling applications.
  • Approved fire performance values.
  • Suitable for attachment points with small edge and axial distances.
  • Application temperature is between +5°C and +40°C.
Application Details
  • Using hammer drilling or diamond drilling methods, a hole is drilled on the base material with suitable size and embedment depth given in the technical datasheet.
  • Starting from the bottom of the hole, clean air is blown. Then the hole is cleaned with a suitable-sized brush, after that cleaned again with clean air.
  • A suitable static-mixing nozzle is attached to the cartridge and loaded into a correct dispensing tool.
  • The position of the embedment depth is marked on the anchor rod prior to injecting the chemical anchor.
  • Before injecting the mortar into the anchor hole, a minimum of three full strokes is squeezed out and discarded to have a properly mixed mortar.
  • Starting from the bottom of the hole, the mortar is filled up to approximately two-thirds of the hole withoutvforming air bubbles.
  • Anchor rod is pushed into the hole while turning slightly until the embedment depth is reached. For overhead applications, the anchor rod should be fixed using wedges etc.
  • After full curing, the add-on parts can be installed with up to the max. torque using a torque wrench.
Technical Features
Concrete Temperature Max. Working Time Min. Curing Time in Dry Concrete Min. Curing Time in Wet Concrete
+5°C to +9°C 80 min. 48 h. 96 h.
+10°C to +14°C 60 min. 28 h. 56 h.
+15°C to +19°C 40 min. 18 h. 36 h.
+20°C to +24°C 30 min. 12 h. 24 h.
+25°C to +34°C 12 min. 9 h. 18 h.
+35°C to +39°C 8 min. 6 h. 12 h.
+40°C 8 min. 4 h. 8 h.
Product Documentation