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Rawlplug R-KF2-380 Tarmac & Masonry Resin 380ml (62007)

General purpose resin with a short curing time. Suitable for use in stone, concrete, brick and blockwork.

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Rawlplug R-KF2-380 Tarmac & Masonry Resin 380ml is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 11.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sets like concrete Rawlplug R-KF2-380 is the best thing I have bought in a long time, loose bricks are a thing of the past with this resin, it has saved me a lot of time and trouble, just squeeze it in and it sets in no time, to a rock hard finish. recommended to all.
Date published: 2016-10-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great resin Used this item for the first time would use it again its better than the leading brand very fast curing time works well in the wet great bit of kit to keep in the van
Date published: 2016-10-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid stuff Worked perfectly. Fixings solid in half an hour and even glued broken brick face back on. Two nozzles and resealable with the shelf life printed on the tube (more than 12 months left). Good product.
Date published: 2016-09-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sticks well Set like rock in an hour. Can't argue with that. Proper old style hand made bricks that were very soft and sandy. This stuff held really well inside these cr*ppy bricks. Thought the job would a wash out but this stuff worked really well.
Date published: 2016-08-13
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Hi, would this be suitable to use for a bolt down post support secured to tarmac with a possible concrete base underneath? Also, how many holes would 1 tube fill if the hole is drilled for 10mm threaded bar approx 300mm deep?
1 Oct 2016
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Hi, resin should not be used in conjunction with anchor bolts as both will prevent each other from working as they should.
6 Sep 2016
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hi would this be satiable to hold a TV bracket into block work and dot and dab plaster board
12 Jul 2016
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Hi, this product will give one of the best fixings to blockwork possible and as such will certainly be suitable for fixing your bracket.
13 Jul 2016
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We need to fix high level cabinets in a kitchen with walls that have crumbling brickwork and units pull off the wall with standard drilling and raw plugs. Should I use R-KF2 in al large hole and insert a raw plug
17 Jun 2016
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Hi, injection resin would not be ideal as it sets extremely hard and will prevent the plug from expanding correctly. A 2 part epoxy should be used instead to plug the hole. This can then be redrilled and the plug and screw inserted as normal.
17 Jun 2016
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....filling in a hole on an outside brick wall and then being partially redrilled (as in the new hole needs to be a few millimeters to the side and will be drilled partly in brick and the filler)?
10 Jun 2016
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Hi, this product is not ideal for partially redrilling as it is extremely hard once cured. a 2 part epoxy putty may be a better solution.
13 Jun 2016
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Specification
Brand Rawlplug
Manufacturer Guarantee 1 Year Guarantee
Manufacturing Standards ETA-11/0141
Model No R-KF2-380
Pack Size 1
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Product Type Tarmac & Masonry Resin
Sealant Adhesive Volume 380 ml

ETA-11 / 0141

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