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Fischer FIP 300SF Polyester Styrene-Free Resin 300ml (23386)

300ml. Low odour, 2-component resin for general fixing under dry conditions. Mixes automatically via the static mixer nozzle. Uses standard sealant gun.

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Fischer FIP 300SF Polyester Styrene-Free Resin 300ml is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 30.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Shamazing Best chem resin out there !! Used to fill mortar gaps. Was amazed how fast it dried and how strong the bond is :) way better than cement and sand by hand !!! Tube in the gun and your away :)
Date published: 2017-06-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Does a job Used to secure fixing in old brick wall. Did the job but only used 1/3rd of tube. No way to save the rest for another job so threw away 2/3rds of tube. Would give 5 stars if it cam with spare mixer tube and cap.
Date published: 2017-02-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing product! Had a curtain rail to put up - the middle bracket was a nightmare because the plasterboard had been over-drilled. My sds drill made a good job of getting holes in the lintel but the rawlplugds still wouldn't bite - this product came to the rescue. Easy to squirt in and after an hour it was rock hard. I used goggles and gloves but actually not messy to use. The only issue is how to get new nozzles for the next time I need to use it.
Date published: 2017-01-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Really useful resin This stuff is so easy to use. 300ml size lets you use a standard skeleton gun and doesn't waste material. Other reviewers have covered use of spare nozzles and replacing the cover cap to keep it fresh. However, some advice that it "sets hard" in 15 minutes may mislead you. It does set firm but the online technical data does say it "fully cures" in x-hours and is temperature dependent - the colder it is the slower it cures. So dont fully tighten up or load the fixture without attention to this. Follow the instructions and it will repay you with its high reliability
Date published: 2017-01-21
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Can I use this to fix a stone slab in place on a top step which has come loose?

Asked by: TornadoTrev
Thanks for your enquiry, FIP 300 SF is designed to bond threaded rod in to Brickwork, There is no technical data to support its use in the manner your describe. All I can suggest is that you try it out on a test area first to satisfy yourself that it is suitable. Regards Technical.
Answered by: fischertech
Date published: 2017-05-27

outdoor

hi is this suitable for outdoor use and what temperatures. also is it good to use to repair crack concrete? thanks
Asked by: amii
FIP 300 SF is not a crack repair product. It is to be used with the substrate above 5°C and preferably in a dry area.
Answered by: fischertech
Date published: 2017-04-01

plastic wall plug

can you use standard wall plug with this? and can you put the screw in after it sets.
Asked by: amii
This method is unorthodox but I do not see why it should not work. I don't think you will be able to put the screw in whilst it is still wet, it will spin. Make sure the drill hole is 2mm bigger than the Ø of the plug. Regards Technical
Answered by: fischertech
Date published: 2017-03-12

plastic wall plug

can you use this with a plastic wall plug, so to put the resin in the hole and put a wall plug in there and let it set or do you have to put the screw in before it sets.
Asked by: amii
Thanks for your enquiry , This method is unorthodox but I do not see why it should not work. I don't think you will be able to put the screw in whilst it is still wet, it will spin. Make sure the drill hole is 2mm bigger than the Ø of the plug. regards Technical
Answered by: fischertech
Date published: 2017-03-12

Would this be suitable for drilling into to attach sleeve anchors for a TV wall hanging bracket (after cleaning out crumbly mortar area - bracket needs to be in very specific spot)?

Asked by: Gingamonkey
It would be better to install a threaded rod into the wet resin to attach your bracket rather than to use it as a filler. Make sure your drill hole is thoroughly cleaned out with a brush and blowout pump before injecting resin. You will need a 12mm Ø drill hole for anM10 threaded rod. Regards Technical.
Answered by: fischertech
Date published: 2017-05-24
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Specification
Brand Fischer
Manufacturer Guarantee 1 Year Guarantee
Model No FIP 300SF
Pack Size 1
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Product Type Polyester Styrene-Free Resin
Volume 300 ml

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