The powerful injection mortar for rebar connections and cracked concrete
The fischer injection mortar FIS EM Plus is a high-quality epoxy mortar for top load-bearing capacity in cracked and non-cracked concrete and for seismic applications in performance categories C1 and C2. It is suitable for fixations of shear connectors for concrete layers, tall shelvings, and heavy steel constructions both inside and outside. The injection mortar is processed with the approved system components fischer threaded rod FIS A with variable anchorage depths and fischer internal threaded anchor RG M I as well as with reinforcement bars. The epoxy mortar is ideally suited for rebar connections that are installed with a large drill hole diameter and a high anchorage depth. It can also be used for diamond-drilled and water-filled drill holes.
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Application and Permission
Post-installed rebar connections
Jointers for concrete layers
Rim beam anchorings
Anchorings in diamond-drilled or in waterfilled drill holes
Heavy steel constructions
Temporary or removable fixings (with internal threaded anchor RG M I)
Approved for anchorings in:
Concrete C20/25 to C50/60, cracked and non-cracked
Also suitable for:
Natural stone with dense structure
You can find detailed information on building materials in the registration document.
ETA-17/1056, ETAG 001-5
DoP No. 0135
DoP No. 0137
DoP No. 0157
GS 3.2/18-020-2 Ä
Report No MRF 19 26082687/C
For Details see corresponding Documents
The epoxy mortar FIS EM Plus combined with the FIS A threaded rod, is suitable for pre-positioned and push-through installation and with the internal threaded anchor RG M I for pre-positioned 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 anchor with the drill hole wall and seals off the drill hole.
The anchor is set manually by lightly rotating it until it reaches the drill hole base.
During push-through installation, the annular gap between the anchor rod and attachment is filled with FIS EM Plus.