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Tech Data

AnchorFast #221

 
 

 

Packaging 10 Fluid Ounce (300 ml) Two-Component Collapsible “Cartridge-In-Cartridge” System
Appearance/Color Component A+B mixed: uniform gray, non-sag, creamy paste
Flammability Flammable
Toxicity Toxic
Boiling Point N/A
Melting Point N/A
Application Temperatures (Substrate & Ambient) 14°F (-10°C) – 86°F (30°C)
Density (Mixed) 2.75 lb./gal (.33 kg/l)
Chemical Type Mixture
Physical State Solid
Mixing Ratio Component A : Component B = 10:1 by volume
Storage Conditions Store in original unopened packaging in cool, well-ventilated conditions at 40°-80°F (4-7°C) and out of direct sunlight
Solubility Insoluble
Material Stability Stable
Conditions To Avoid Heat, sources of ignition
Extinguishing Media CO2, alcohol or polymer foam, alcohol resistant foam
Shelf Life 1 Year

 

Part A - Resin:

Flash Point 230°F (110°C)
Appearance Green Paste
Odor Slightly Sweet
Specific Gravity 1.6
Packing Density 13.5 lbs/gallon
Incompatible Materials Strong oxidizing materials, acids and bases

 

Part B - Hardener:

Flash Point N/A
Appearance Black Paste
Odor None
Specific Gravity 1.5
Packing Density N/A
Incompatible Materials Strong reducing agents

First Aid


Eyes: Flush eyes with water for at least 15 minutes Skin: Immediately flush skin with soap and water for at least 15 minutes. Ingestion: Do not induce vomiting. Contact a physician. Inhalation: Remove to fresh air. Contact a physician if symptoms persist. Contact a physician immediately with all cases if symptoms persist.

Handling and Storage

Avoid direct contact with skin and eyes. Use chemical resistant gloves/goggles/clothing. Use with adequate general and local exhaust ventilation. In the absence of adequate ventilation, use a properly fitted NIOSH approved respirator. Wash hands thoroughly after handling product. Remove contaminated clothing and launder before reuse. Uncured material can be removed with solvent. Strictly follow solvent manufacturer’s warnings and instructions for use. Cured material can only be removed mechanically. Keep cartridge tightly closed.

Clean Up

In case of spill, wear chemical resistant gloves/goggles/clothing. Ventilate area. In absence of adequate ventilation, use a properly fitted NIOSH respirator. Contain spill and collect with absorbent material and transfer to a sealed container. Dispose of in accordance with applicable local, state and federal regulations.


Methods Of Use:


Solid Base Material

  1. Drill the hole to the correct diameter and depth using a rotary hammer drill.
  2. Blow the hole clean with compressed air, brush clean with a nylon brush and blow clean again. Hole may be dry or damp but must be free from standing water.
  3. Unscrew the cap.
  4. Pull the red plug.
  5. Cut the bags to remove the red plug.
  6. Attach the static mixing nozzle.
  7. Insert the cartridge into the applicator gun. Dispense the first part of the extruded adhesive to waste until a uniform color is achieved.
  8. Insert the mixer nozzle to the far end of the hole and half fill hole (depending upon application). Withdraw nozzle as you fill the hole. For deep holes extension tubing can be used.
  9. Prior to use, remove surface contaminants such as oil or grease from anchor to avoid inadequate bond. Immediately insert the anchor hardware.
  10. This should be done slowly with a slight twisting motion. Excess resin should be removed from the mouth of the hole before it sets. Use chemical resistant gloves.
  11. Leave the anchor undisturbed until curing time has elapsed, then attach the fixture and tighten the nut.

Hollow Base Material

  1. Drill the hole to the correct diameter and depth. This can be done with either a hammer drill or rotary-only machine depending upon the substrate.
  2. Blow the hole clean with compressed air, brush clean with a nylon brush and blow clean again. Hole may be dry or damp but must be free from standing water.
  3. Insert the correct perforated screen.
  4. Unscrew the cap.
  5. Pull the red plug.
  6. Cut the bags to remove the red plug.
  7. Attach the static mixing nozzle.
  8. Insert the cartridge into the applicator gun. Dispense the first part of the extruded adhesive to waste until a uniform color is achieved.
  9. Insert mixer nozzle to the far end of the perforated sleeve and completely fill the sleeve with resin. Withdraw the mixer nozzle as the sleeve fills.
  10. Prior to use, remove surface contaminants such as oil or grease from anchor to avoid inadequate bond. Immediately insert the anchoring hardware. This should be done slowly with a slight twisting motion. Leave the anchor undisturbed until the cure time has elapsed, then attach the fixture and tighten the nut.