Post-installed adhesive anchors
TightLock II TL-410
Post-installed adhesive anchors (cartridge system injection type) “Epoxy acrylate resin” available for all type anchor rebars.
TightLock II TL-410 is a cartridge-type post-installed adhesive anchor in which a styrene free epoxy acrylate resin base compound and hardener are injected and installed using a dedicated gun. Because work is possible after drilling holes without requiring tools such as hammer drills, the adhesive can be used for all sizes of bolts and deformed-steel-bars including U-shaped reinforcing bars and L-shaped reinforcing bars, which were previously difficult to install using capsule-type adhesives.
- Due to the utilization of epoxy acrylate resin, hardening occurs even at low temperatures.
- Because volatile substances such as styrene are not included, disagreeable odors have been reduced.
- The high-viscosity type resin also allows support for horizontal and vertical installation.
- Since the base compound and hardener are differently colored, the mixing condition can be confirmed.
- Support is possible for all sizes of bolts and deformed-steel-bars.
- The adhesive has passed percolation tests as mechanical equipment and materials for use in waterworks.
- The products are related to the “Quality Housing Component Certification Standards as anchors for improving the use of handrails for preventing falls”, and data has been acquired by the Center for Better Living.
- All types of post-installed adhesive anchors
- Fixing anchors
- Joint bar anchors (L-shaped, J-shaped, U-shaped)
- Machine mounting anchors
- Adhesion of concrete, building stone, and metals, etc.
- Machine foundation anchors
- Handrail and fence supports
Standard / specification
Φ x depth
|Workable quantity per resin
|Maximum pulling strength
|Allowable pulling strength
|Hammer drill||Core drill||Long term||Short term|
- *Allowable pulling strength measured by Fc=21N/mm2 concrete destruction.
- *For bigger size than M24 and D25,contact distributor.
- *Maximum pulling strength is a measured data by SD345 deformed iron bar.along JCAA test standard.
- *Required resin quantity is calculating 20% loss inside.
Work life and curing time
|Curing time||24 hours||12 hours||4 hours||3 hours||2 hours||1 hours||45minutes|
- * Work life: Time from the start of injection (when the two liquids are mixed) to the start of the curing reaction
- * Curing time: Time from the start of injection until the load is applied
- *Complete the embedding of bolts or deformed-steel-bars within the work life.
- * Do not touch bolts or deformed-steel-bars from the work life time to the curing