Composite mortar cartridge – cartridge


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The two-component composite mortar is suitable for mounting balustrades, handrails, canopies, reinforcements, floor panels, steel brackets, steel constructions or rainscreen cladding.
Can be used for medium- and heavy-duty fixings for securing anchor and threaded rods, female thread sleeves, reinforcement steel, pipes, screws etc.
It has European Technical Approval for use in reinforced or unreinforced standard concrete with a strength class of min. C20/25 and max. C50/60 in accordance with EN 206-1:2000.
Anchorage with European Technical Approval in cracked concrete (tension zone) and non-cracked concrete (compression zone).
Without perforated sleeve:
Concrete, solid brick, solid sand-lime brick, clinker
With perforated sleeve:
Vertically perforated brick, hollow sand-lime brick, hollow block stone

Drill the hole
Clean drill hole (2a–2c)
Remove the screw cap and screw on the mixing nozzle
Discard the initial flow of mortar
Fill the composite mortar into the hole
Push in the anchor rod by turning
Note the curing time

Safety precautions:
Avoid contact with skin and eyes as toxic when inhaled, ingested or touched.
If swallowed, seek medical advice immediately and show the packaging or label.
R36/37 Irritating to eyes and respiratory system.
R43 May cause sensitisation by skin contact.
S26 In case of contact with eyes, immediately flush thoroughly with water and contact a doctor.
S28 In case of contact with skin, wash immediately with water. Keep container tightly closed and store in a cool place.
S3 Store in a cool place
Keep away from dirt, rust, alkalis, acids and accelerants.
R7 May cause fire from naked flame or other ignition source.
Shelf life:
If stored correctly between +5°C and -35°C, the mortar will retain its unchanged properties for 12 months from the date of production. The expiration date is printed on the cartridge.