- Fastenings in hollow and solid masonry
- Light- and medium-duty anchoring applications such as window bars, sanitary equipment, awnings, air conditioning systems, lights
- Anchoring light structural steel connections such as steel columns and beams
- Anchoring secondary steel elements
- Connection of secondary post-installed rebars
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is Chemical Anchoring?
Chemical anchoring is a technique for fastening to concrete and similar substrates that provides more flexibility than mechanical anchoring. With chemical anchoring, a resin is injected into the hole prior to insertion of the stud. With this, the chemical naturally fills in all irregularities and therefore makes the hole airtight and waterproof, with 100% adhesion..Read More
2. Best Chemical Anchors in UAE?
NDTS is UAE’s leading reliable and trustworthy supplier for industrial tools and equipment. The chemical anchors provided by NDTS are resistant to the highest loads.
NDTS puts new technical material at your disposal that will allow you to expand your knowledge in the world of fixing. The fixing of elements using chemical anchors offers unlimited possibilities depending on what you need..Read More
3. Why do we do Chemical Anchoring?
Chemical anchoring is generally done to provide starter bars for lintels, stiffener beam and column or beams where a strong anchorage of bars to be given. Epoxy adhesive anchoring system is used widely for anchoring purpose. Drill bit size is depending on the rebar going to be anchored to the structure. After drilled the hole, the hole should be cleaned with hole cleaning pump to remove all dust inside...Read More
4. What are the types of Chemical Anchoring?
There are five types of chemical anchoring Polyester chemical anchor, Unsaturated Polyester chemical anchor, Epoxy acrylate chemical anchor, Pure epoxy chemical anchor, Hybrid systems..Read More
5. What is the hole size of chemical anchors?
Studs are generally available in 8, 10 and 12mm sizes. Dowels, for reinforcement or joining are available in high tensile plated steel or epoxy-glass in 6 – 25mm diameters. Masonry drill bits are required for this and you need to allow a standard over-size of at least 4mm on the diameter – an 8mm stud will require a 12mm drill bit and so on..Read More