Epoxy Anchors Installation

Job-Site Preparation and Work Flow

To achieve the desired results, carefully follow these procedures.If installing anchors in extreme temperatures please call your local Williams representative.

  • Always be sure the holes are prepared in advance before starting a new cartridge. If possible, schedule dispensing to consume an entire cartridge at one time with no interruption of epoxy flow.
  • To achieve maximum flow and reduce fatigue, break off the nozzle to the largest diameter that will fit into the hole or screen. If the hole is 5/8” diameter or larger, snap off the smaller diameter section before using.

Dual Cartridge Anchoring & Doweling Into Concrete

1. Drill hole to proper diameter and depth. Blow out dust from the bottom of the hole.Brush the hole with a nylon brush. Blow out dust again.The hole should be dry and clean of dust and debris.

2. Insert cartridge into the gun with label side down. This allows you to see how much material is left in the cartridge.

3. Remove plastic band and black caps from the cartridge. Dispense a small amount of epoxy into a dis-posable container until you get an even flow of black and white material.

4. Thread nozzle onto cartridge, making sure the nozzle, and cartridge assembly are secure. Dispense enough epoxy into a dis-posable container, until the color becomes a consistent gray with no streaks.

5. Dispense the material from the bottom of the hole.Fill approximately 1/4 of the hole depth while slowly with-drawing the nozzle.

6. Insert the threaded bar or rebar to the bottom of the hole while turning bar into epoxy. The threaded bar or rebar should be free of dirt, grease, oil, or other foreign materials. Do not disturb or boltup until minimum boltup time has passed,

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