CIA-EA UNCRACKED CONCRETE EPOXY ACRYLATE
CIA-EA Adhesive Anchoring System is an epoxy acrylate specifically designed to be a high strength, fast cure structural adhesive for anchoring threaded rod and deformed rebar into uncracked concrete. It has the added advantage of being formulated to be used in colder temperatures (0°C/32°F) while maintaining excellent flowability. CIA-EA may also be used with fully grouted CMU and reinforced brick construction. It is a 2-component, 100% solids, moisture insensitive adhesive that is ideally suited for a wide range of applications. It is composed of a proprietary blend of solvent free epoxy acrylate resin and is backed by independent research and testing. The epoxy has a 15 month shelf life when stored in unopened containers at temperatures between 5°C/41°F to 25°C/77°F.
- Approved for static, wind and seismic (SDC A-B) loads for uncracked concrete
- NSF 61-9 Listed, safe for water treatment projects and other drinking water systems
- High performance acrylate epoxy cures in 40 minutes (68°F to 95°F)
- Partially used cartridges may be resealed for later use
- All weather formula, can be installed in base material temperature of 32°F to 95°F
- Can be installed in damp holes
- Cartridge fits in a single component dispenser
- VOC free (volatile organic compound)
- Anchor all-thread rod into concrete
- May also be used to anchor rebar, started bars and dowels
- Applications requiring fast cure times
- Cold weather applications
- Can be used in horizontal anchoring applications
- Can be used in overhead anchoring applications (requires special inspection)
Do you need to know how much epoxy your job needs?
Quickly calculate the number of cartridges using the Epoxy Quantity Estimator. Run our web application on your desktop, smart phone or tablet from anywhere with an internet connection.
The Epoxy Estimator works with Threaded Rods or Rebar.
Simply enter the Quantity, Rod Diameter and Drilled Hole depth. Choose the Epoxy Type and the required number of cartridges is instantly displayed. Both US and Metric units are supported.
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