Setting M10 studs in crumbling brick
I am trying to mount a wooden exercise frame to a crumbling brick wall. The M10 Anchor bolts I tried to use just expanded and the brick around crumbled, leaving the fixing loose. Would using this product, and some M10 studs be a suitable solution?
Hi, if you are having issues with an expanding anchor damaging your masonry then using resin would definitely be the best solution. This will provide a better fixing than using a mechanical anchor and also should prevent the brick from crumbling as there is no expansion involved. M10 studs would be suitable, a 12mm hole should be drilled for M10 resin anchors.
Date published: 2017-03-12
Bolt down post support?
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?
hi would this be satiable to hold a TV bracket into block work and dot and dab plaster board
Hi, this product will give one of the best fixings to blockwork possible and as such will certainly be suitable for fixing your bracket.
Date published: 2016-09-17
What product is best with crumbling brickwork for medium / heavy load
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
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.
Date published: 2017-03-05