Epoxy mortar FIS EP 585 S

The cost-efficient epoxy mortar for applications in concrete

In addition to the FIS EM Plus and the FIS EB, the FIS EP belongs to the family of fischer epoxy resin mortars. The FIS EP is the economical solution for all applications in cracked and non-cracked concrete that do not require approval. In combination with the anchor rod FIS A, the loads to be introduced can be selected variably by choosing the anchorage depth.

Advantages

  • FIS EP is the economical epoxy resin mortar for applications in concrete that do not require approval.
  • The epoxy mortar FIS EP can also be used in cracked concrete for construction site convenient installation.
  • With the anchor rod FIS A, the loads to be introduced can be selected variably by choosing the anchorage depth.
  • FIS EP can be used for smooth installation with the standard fischer accessories.

Top Features

  • ETA approval for post-installed rebar connections
  • Injection mortar system with approval for all relevant building materials.
  • Maximum load absorption for much greater security.
  • Approved service life of 100 years.
  • Application in water-filled boreholes.

Available Product Variants

Part NoSizes (ml)PackingOur Price (INR) 
553514 FIS EP 585 S585 ML1PC1,185/-Buy Product

 

Advantages

 

  • FIS EP is the economical epoxy resin mortar for applications in concrete that do not require approval.
  • The epoxy mortar FIS EP can also be used in cracked concrete for construction site convenient installation.
  • With the anchor rod FIS A, the loads to be introduced can be selected variably by choosing the anchorage depth.
  • FIS EP can be used for smooth installation with the standard fischer accessories.

Applications

  • Columns
  • Beams
  • Shear dowels
  • Starter bars
  • Polders

Building materials

Suitable for:

  • Concrete C20/25 to C50/60, non-cracked and cracked

Functionality

  • The epoxy mortar FIS EP combined with the FIS A threaded rod is suitable for pre-positioned and push-through installation.
  • Resin and hardener are stored in two separate chambers, thus are not mixed and activated until extrusion through the static mixer.
  • The mortar bonds the entire surface of the anchor with the drill hole wall and seals off the drill hole.
  • The anchor is set manually by slightly rotating it until the anchor reaches the drill hole base.
  • During push-through installation, the annular gap is filled with FIS EP.