How to install the chemical anchor?
Good installation is critical to performance. Here is the 5-step for the installation. If you have any query, please contact us.
1. DRILLING: Drill correct hole size and depth on concrete/brick/stone/masonry.
2. HOLE CLEANING: Blow out dust and clean the hole with brush, then blow out remaining dust.
3. INJECTING: Inject mixed adhesive from the bottom of the hole.
4. INSERTING: Insert and rotate stud/bolt/anchor/rebar/threaded rods into the hole.
5. HARDENING AND CURING: Time table refer to TDS. Don't touch until full curing.
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Concrete Anchors | Chemical Anchor Manufacturer - Good Use
Good Use Hardware Co., Ltd. is one of prime epoxy anchors | chemical anchors suppliers based in Taiwan since 1997.
Certified chemical anchor solutions with wide selections of adhesive materials including epoxy anchors, concrete anchors, resin anchors for heavy loads in rebar application, diamond drilled holes and anchoring in solid concrete. Non-drip formula, ideal for overhead installation. Chemical anchor bolt and anchor fixings included for efficient, hassle-free, labor-saving chemical anchoring.
Good Use has been offering customers certified tested high-quality chemical anchors. Both with advanced technology and 20 years of experience, Good Use ensures each customer's demands are met.