How to Set Masonry Anchors
Quick Set Masonry Anchors are used for setting of bolts, protrusions, and penetrations through concrete slabs, podiums, walls such as downpipes, electrical conduits, waste pipes, drainage, pool lights, rail fixings, motor fixings, poles, parking meters, balustrades. Using hydraulic cement based products provides a safer alternative to the more expensive, usually less environmentally friendly, and sometimes toxic epoxy anchoring products. Cementitious quick set masonry anchors may also waterproofs the surface to which it is applied at the same time.
• Non-toxic. • Odourless. • Ideal for badly ventilated areas. • Pourable. • Contains no sulphur or iron particles, will not oxidise.
Quick set masonry anchor products have the advantage of being quick set hydraulic expanding premix that you just add water making it safer to handle and being cement based it has similar properties to the substrate being fixed to.
Hydraulic quick setting (20 min.) cement. Can be made pourable or mortar consistency.
- Surface preparation. Ensure Surface is clean and free of dirt, grease and loose particles. Remove all damaged and unsound concrete to expose a structurally sound substrate. Before applying set masonry anchor, DRIZORO MAXGRIP, wet the surface but do not leave free-standing water.
- Mix DRIZORO MAXGRIP to a pourable slurry.
- Seal off base of penetration, if necessary. then Pour DRIZORO MAXGRIP into void.
- Insert bolt and move up and down to ensure air bubbles are allowed to escape.
- Leave for 20 minutes for anchor quick set to cure.
- Repeat procedure as above except when mixing DRIZORO MAXGRIP it should be mixed to a mortar consistency and pressed or troweled into void.
Drizoro Maxgrout is an one-component non-shrink mortar formulated from special cements and well-graded mineral products which provides high mechanical properties and fluidity. Contains no chlorides or metal particles. It comes in powder form, ready to use mixing only with water.
None shrink, high resistance fluid mortar for filling, anchoring and structural repairs and is used for
• Anchoring of pillars in concrete prefabricated structures.
• Filling of steel column bases.
• Beam support in bridges.
• Anchoring of bolts, cables, etc.
• Filling of machinery foundation between concrete and steel plates.
• Structural repair and strengthening of damaged or weak concrete structures such as foundations, beams, pillars, etc.
• Repairing joints in pavements.
• Void-filling corrective process and consolidation under concrete slabs.