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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.
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Documents for Downloading
|ETA - European Technical Assessment (PDF, 4 MB) European Technical Assessment for fischer injection system FIS EB for use in concrete||ETA-15/0440, ETAG 001-5||06/07/2015|
|ETA - European Technical Assessment (PDF, 3 MB) European Technical Assessment for rebar connection with fischer injection system FIS EB||ETA-15/0440, ETAG 001-5||13/12/2017|
|ETA - European Technical Assessment (PDF, 3 MB) European Technical Assessment for rebar connection with fischer injection system FIS EB||ETA-15/0771, ETAG 001-5||14/12/2015|
|DOP - Declaration of Performance (PDF, 5 MB)||DoP No. 0068||17/08/2015|
|DOP - Declaration of Performance (PDF, 2 MB)||DoP No. 0077||21/12/2015|
|DOP - Declaration of Performance (PDF, 6 MB)||DoP No. 0138||21/12/2017|
|DOP - Declaration of Performance (PDF, 4 MB)||DoP No. 0160||12/10/2017|
|ICC Approval (PDF, 960 KB)||ESR-4495||01/01/2021||31/01/2022|
|Test report (fire protection) (PDF, 9 MB)||GS 3.2/18-020-3||29/06/2018|