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Chemical Fixings

Resin Capsules

Resin capsules are a type of chemical anchoring system used for fastening or anchoring objects to a base material, such as concrete or masonry. They consist of pre-packaged resin and hardener materials encased in a capsule or cartridge.Resin capsules are designed to provide a convenient and efficient method for delivering the adhesive material into pre-drilled holes. The capsules are typically cylindrical in shape and made of a dissolvable material.Once the capsule is broken, the resin and hardener mix together, initiating the curing process.Resin capsules offer high bond strength and load capacity, making them suitable for heavy-duty applications where a strong and reliable anchoring solution is required.

Injection Mortar

Injection mortar is a specialized construction material used for anchoring and bonding applications. It is a two-component adhesive system typically consisting of a resin and a hardener, which are mixed together just before application. Injection mortar is commonly used for structural bonding, anchoring rebars, securing threaded rods, and other applications that require a strong and durable bond.Injection mortar provides high bond strength and load capacity, making it suitable for anchoring heavy loads or providing structural connections.It is important to ensure compatibility between the injection mortar and the base material. Different formulations of injection mortar may be available for various base materials, such as concrete, masonry, or stone. Injection mortar is commonly used in construction, civil engineering, and industrial applications where strong and reliable bonding or anchoring is required.

Blow Out Pump

A blow-out pump used for manually cleaning drill holes is typically a hand-operated pump designed to remove debris, dust, or water from the drilled hole.To use a blow-out pump, the nozzle is inserted into the drilled hole, and the handle is manually pumped or pressed down. This action creates a burst of compressed air or suction that helps remove debris, dust, or water from the hole.The blow-out pump can effectively remove loose particles, cuttings, or water that may accumulate during the drilling process. By creating air pressure or suction, it dislodges and evacuates these materials from the hole.Blow-out pumps are typically lightweight and portable, allowing for easy transportation and use in various drilling applications. They can be used in construction, mining, geotechnical exploration, and other industries where drilling holes are common.

Manual Dispenser For Injection Cartridges

Manual dispensers are handheld tools used for the controlled dispensing of various materials from cartridge-style packaging. These dispensers are commonly used with injection mortars, adhesives, sealants, and other construction or industrial materials that come in pre-filled cartridges.Manual dispensers typically consist of a sturdy handle, a trigger mechanism, and a rod or plunger that fits into the cartridge. The design may vary depending on the specific dispenser model and the cartridge size it is compatible with.Manual dispensers allow for precise control over the dispensing process. The trigger mechanism is used to apply pressure on the cartridge’s plunger, forcing the material to flow out of the cartridge through the dispensing nozzle.

Pneumatic Dispenser for Injection Cartridges

Pneumatic dispensers are tools that utilize compressed air to dispense materials from cartridge-style packaging. These dispensers are commonly used in construction, manufacturing, and other industrial applications where precise and controlled dispensing of materials is required.They typically require a connection to an air compressor or a compressed air source to operate. The compressed air creates pressure that forces the material out of the cartridge through the dispensing nozzle. Pneumatic dispensers provide precise control over the dispensing process. The air pressure can be regulated using an adjustable pressure regulator, allowing for accurate and consistent material flow. Some dispensers may also have additional controls, such as a trigger or valve, to further fine-tune the dispensing rate.