G&B Fissaggi offers products of the highest quality and certified performance in its catalogue, including nylon fixing systems, steel mechanical anchors and chemical anchors, such as polyester, vinylester, and pure epoxy, with each line receiving ETA certification.
One of the key products in G&B Fissaggi’s chemical range is its MA GREEN PLUS polyester styrene-free resin, which is CE Approved Option 7 for applications in non-cracked concrete and masonry. It is also approved for use in wet holes. The MA GREEN PLUS was designed for use on the main construction materials, granting high loading values. It has no expansion effect, which means it can fix close to the edge of materials. The MA GREEN PLUS is available in 300ml, 345ml and 410ml cartridges.
G&B Fissaggi is also able to offer the MA MULTIANCHOR CE 7 polyester resin, which is available in 175ml, 300ml and 410ml cartridges. The traditional product with styrene, has obtained the ETA certification for use with threaded bars in non-cracked concrete (CE Option 7).
The top of the range is GEBOFIX PRO VE-SF CE 1 is a vinylester styrene-free resin with a special version (GEBOFIX NORDIC) for applications at low temperature until -20ºC. The resin is also CE Option 1 approved for use with threaded bars and reinforced bars in cracked and non-cracked concrete, as well as in submerged holes. A no expansion effect enables fixing close to the edge, and the resin has received Fire Resistance Certification F120.
The GEBOFIX PRO VE-SF CE 1 is suited for fixing heavy loads on solid and hollow supports, including stone, concrete, aerated concrete, solid and hollow bricks. As well as suited for applications with threaded bars and reinforced bars, applications on wood and metal carpentry, for fixing of façades, railings, pipe connections, and profiles.
Finally, the GEBOFIX SISMIK PRO VE-SF CE Option 1 is a vinylester styrene-free resin for high performance, which has already been approved for fixing in seismic areas.
Headquartered in Italy, G&B Fissaggi has commercial offices in the UK, Germany, Belgium, Spain and France.
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