Epoxy mortar FIS EB

The basic epoxy mortar for applications in concrete

The fischer injection mortar FIS EB is an economical epoxy resin mortar for standard applications in cracked and and non-cracked concrete and for rebar connections. It is suitable for fixing heavy loads both inside and outside. The FIS EB is processed with the approved system components fischer threaded rod FIS A or with reinforcement bars. The FIS EB can be used in dry or wet concrete, but also in water-filled drill holes. This makes the epoxy resin mortar a secure and reliable system even in unfavourable conditions.

Available Product Variants

ArticleContentsPackagingGTIN (EAN-Code)Our Price
FIS EB 390 S
Art-Nr. 534984
1cartridge390 ml,2xFISMRPlus-40489622369412043.67Buy Product
FIS EB 585 S
Art-Nr. 534986
1cartridge585ml+2xFISUMRCartridge40489622369653085.54Buy Product



  • FIS EB is approved for rebar connections according to ETA and for use in cracked concrete according to ETA and ICC. The injection mortar achieves a reliable performance in many applications which enables economical use.
  • FIS EB can be used under various installation conditions and is approved for seismic applications, making it a safe system.
  • Variable anchorage depths allow ideal adaptation to the load to be transmitted.


Application and Permission

ApplicationsBuilding MaterialsPermissions
  • Heavy steel constructions
  • Consoles
  • Silo installations
  • Tall shelving
  • Post-installed rebar connections

Building materials

Approved for anchorings in:

  • Concrete C20/25 to C50/60, cracked and non-cracked * You can find detailed information on building materials in the registration document.
  • ETA-15/0440, ETAG 001-5
  • ETA-15/0440, ETAG 001-5
  • ETA-15/0771, ETAG 001-5
  • DoP No. 0068
  • DoP No. 0077
  • DoP No. 0138
  • DoP No. 0160
  • ESR-4495
  • GS 3.2/18-020-3



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