Dependable solution for concrete 24 October 2022

Injectable chemical anchoring systems from EJOT combine high strength with ease of use to provide dependable anchoring solutions for cracked and non-cracked concrete.

EJOT offers two systems with outstanding performance capabilities to meet the requirements of a wide variety of applications – Super Epoxy SE 800 and the Multifix VSF. Both work by combining a chemical resin with a threaded stud which, when installed and cured, provide a secure anchoring fix with assured long-term performance in even the most severe environmental conditions.

At the core of the systems is a high-quality threaded stud available in zinc plated and A4 stainless steel options. This features an embedment depth marker on the shaft, to help set the stud to the correct level, as well as a hexagonal nut and washer mechanism precision engineered by EJOT for problem free installation.

Both the EJOT Super Epoxy SE 800 and Multifix VSF can be used in cracked and non-cracked concrete. They are ETA certified for anchoring threaded rod or rebar in concrete, fire rated, and have an A+ Rating for VOC content – with a superior design to provide high bond strength with high load, dynamic and chemical resistance.

The EJOT Super Epoxy SE 800 is a very high load epoxy injection mortar for solid base materials, including stone, which can be used in dry, wet and flooded holes. Its performance capabilities make it an extremely versatile solution, suitable for use in warm/hot regions, diamond drilled holes and oversized holes.

Sister product EJOT Multifix VSF, a styrene-free low odour anchor mortar, is a two component chemical anchoring system based on a ‘high reactivity’ vinylester resin. It offers the benefit of low odour and fast curing, and can be used underwater as well as in potable water applications, being WRAS approved. 

Both EJOT chemical anchoring systems are suitable for use in critical or overhead applications and enable anchoring close to the edge of concrete and at small anchor spacings. Installation is a simple process with the hole preparation involving a straightforward drilling and cleaning process prior to inserting the adhesive and the threaded rod. 

Deputy Editor

Claire Aldridge Deputy Editor t: +44 (0) 1727 743 889


Having spent a decade in the fastener industry experiencing every facet – from steel mills, fastener manufacturers, wholesalers, distributors, as well as machinery builders and plating + coating companies, Claire has developed an in-depth knowledge of all things fasteners.

Alongside visiting numerous companies, exhibitions and conferences around the world, Claire has also interviewed high profile figures – focusing on key topics impacting the sector and making sure readers stay up to date with the latest developments within the industry.