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Chemical injection mortar WIT-PE 1000

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Chemical injection mortar WIT-PE 1000

Pure epoxy mortar with a long processing time, ideal for large anchoring depths and drilling holes as well as high temperatures. For compound anchor, concrete and reinforcement attachment with subsequent mortaring (REBAR)

  • Type description: WIT-PE 1000
  • Container: Cartridge
  • Min./max. processing temperature /conditions: 0 to 40 °C / temperature in the anchorage ground during processing and hardening
  • Min./max. ambient temperature / Conditions: -40 to 72 °C / after completely curing process
  • Temperature resistance, long-term temperatures max.: 24 °C
  • Temperature resistance, short-term temperatures max.: 72 °C
  • Shelf life from production/conditions: 24 Month / cool and dry storage area, 5°C to 25°C
  • Approval: ETA-19/0542, ETA-19/0543
  • Chemical basis: Pure-Epoxy, styrene free
  • Colour: Grey

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Art.-no. Contents Suitable application gun Type description Container Quantity PU
1400 ml Pneumatic application gun 1400ml WIT-PE 1000 Cartridge
585 ml Battery-powered application gun 585ml, Application gun MULTI, Pneumatic application gun 585ml, HandyMax 585 ml WIT-PE 1000 Cartridge

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Two-component reactive resin mortar, pure epoxy, styrene-free

Individual attachment in cracked and non-cracked concrete, seismic performance category C1 (M8 to M30) and C2 (M12 to M24):

Anchor rod W-VI-A, anchor rod W-VD-A, standard threaded rod with acceptance test certificate 3.1, female thread anchor W-VI-IG

Reinforcement attachment with subsequent mortaring

Anchoring of threaded rods in natural stone (without approval/evaluation)