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Injectable Adhesive Anchors

A wide range of chemical anchor fasteners - our injectable mortars are also designed for rebar applications and can be used on concrete and masonry

A wide range of chemical anchor fasteners - our injectable mortars are also designed for rebar applications and can be used on concrete and masonry
HIT-RE 100 Epoxy anchor High-performance injectable epoxy mortar with everyday approvals for anchoring and rebar connections in concrete
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Hilti chemical anchors

Hybrid and epoxy adhesive anchors keep you productive on real-life jobsites

At Hilti we want to make your jobsite safer and more productive by providing you adhesives with as little installation requirements as possible.

Hilti adhesives are designed to work on real-life jobsites and in tough conditions. We know concrete gets wet, installation temperatures vary, and fast drilling and hole cleaning make a difference in your productivity.

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HIT HY 200

Better adhesives mean stronger anchors

Now you can set rebar, threaded rod, and internally threaded anchors in both concrete and grout filled masonry up to 60% faster without any hole cleaning with Hilti SafeSet™ technology. 

Hilti offers the highest performing, most reliable anchoring solutions in the industry. HIT-HY 200 with SafeSet™ Technology eliminates the need for manual hole cleaning, which increases productivity all while using a system that meets the new OSHA regulations for silica dust. Take productivity and reliability to the next level with Hilti HIT-HY 200 and SafeSet™ Technology.

Hybrid (HY) Adhesive Anchors

Cure fast so you can get back to work as quickly as possible

A hybrid adhesive (HY) anchor is a two part chemical anchor that is designed to cure fast so you can load the fastening point earlier than you could with an epoxy anchor.

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Resin epoxy (RE) adhesive anchors

Designed to give you extended working time

A resin epoxy (RE) is a two part chemical anchor that is designed to harden slowly so you have longer working times for applications such as deep embedments. 

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SafeSet

Anchor 40% faster

Gain the best possible adhesive anchor performance in as little as 40 percent of the time with Hilti SafeSet™ Technology by reducing installation time, cut your installed cost per anchor, and help minimize risks due to improper installation.

  • Reduce hole cleaning behavior
  • Help avoid hidden risks
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Resin Epoxy (RE) Anchors FAQs

What is a resin epoxy anchor?

Resin epoxy anchors are designed to harden (cure) slowly, which gives the installer more time to work and finish the installation.

When do you use a resin epoxy anchor?

Resin epoxy anchors are very useful when installing rebar or threaded rod into deep holes or embedments. With a longer working time, resin epoxy anchors provide the installer great flexibility and more time to fill the hole and insert the anchor element.

Where do you use a resin epoxy anchor?

Resin epoxy anchors can be used in a variety of different applications, but the base material is usually concrete. Typical applications that utilize these anchors are rebar doweling and anchoring.

How do Hilti resin epoxy anchors work?

Resin epoxy anchors are a mixture of two chemical parts, part a, the epoxy resin (larger part), and part b, a hardener (smaller part), that when mixed creates a bond between the anchor element and the concrete.

How strong are resin epoxy anchors?

The strength of any chemical anchoring fastening point is determined by a multitude of factors. The main factors are: the diameter of the rod or rebar, the depth of the hole (embedment), and the condition of the concrete (wet or dry) at installation. These three factors affect bond strength and are critical in calculating the load capacity of any chemical anchor.

What are the cure times for resin epoxy anchors?

Cure time refers to lengths of time needed for chemical anchors to fully cure before you can place loads or remove concrete formwork. Resin epoxy anchors have slower cure times compared to hybrid adhesive anchors.

Hybrid (HY) Anchors FAQs

What is a hybrid adhesive anchor?

Hybrid adhesive anchors are designed to harden (cure) quickly, reducing the time you have to wait before loading the anchor.

When do you use a hybrid adhesive anchor?

Hybrid adhesive anchors can be used in a variety of different applications and base materials. Base materials are usually concrete, grout-filled block, hollow block, and other masonry base materials depending on the hybrid adhesive selected for the application. Typical applications that utilize these anchors include rebar doweling and anchoring.

How do Hilti hybrid adhesive anchors work?

Hybrid adhesive anchors are a mixture of two chemical parts, part a, a hybrid adhesive (larger part), and part b, a hardener (smaller part), that when mixed creates a bond between the anchor element and the base material.

How strong are hybrid adhesive anchors?

The strength of any chemical anchoring fastening point is determined by a multitude of factors. The main factors are: the diameter of the rod or rebar; the depth of the hole (embedment), and the condition of the base material (wet or dry) at installation. These three factors affect bond strength and are critical in calculating the load capacity of any chemical anchor.

What are the cure times for hybrid adhesive anchors?

Cure time refers to the length of time needed for chemical anchors to fully cure before you can place loads or remove concrete formwork. Hybrid adhesive anchors have faster cure times compared to resin epoxy anchors.

Chemical anchor how-to-videos

Proper methods for installing, dispensing and removing chemical anchors.

How to install chemical anchors in concrete base material

  • How to Install Adhesive Anchor into Concrete

    Learn how to install an adhesive anchor into concrete using a core rig and Hilti roughening tool.

  • How to Install Adhesive Anchor into Wet Concrete

    Learn how to install an adhesive anchor into wet concrete using the Hilti SafeSet installation method.

  • How to Install Threaded Rod with Adhesive Anchor into Concrete (Standard Method)

    Learn how to install a threaded rod with an adhesive anchor into concrete using Hilti's standard cleaning method.

  • How to Install Threaded Rod with Adhesive Anchor into Concrete (SafeSet Method)

    Learn how to install a threaded rod with an adhesive anchor into concrete using Hilti’s SafeSet installation method.

  • How to Install Rebar with Epoxy Anchor into Concrete (Standard Method)

    Learn how to install rebar with an epoxy anchor into concrete using Hilti’s standard cleaning method.

  • How to Install Rebar with Epoxy Anchor into Concrete (SafeSet Method and Piston Plug)

    Learn how to install rebar with an epoxy anchor into concrete using Hilti’s SafeSet installation method and Piston Plug.

  • How to install chemical anchors in hollow block

    • How to Install Adhesive Anchor into Hollow Block

      Learn how to install an adhesive anchor into hollow block using Hilti’s HY 270 and SafeSet installation method.

    How to install chemical anchors in Solid Brick and Grout Filled Block

    • How to Install Adhesive Anchor into Solid Brick and Grout Filled Block

      Learn how to install an adhesive anchor into solid brick and grout filled block using Hilti HY 270.

    How to install chemical anchors in overhead applications

    • How to Install Adhesive Anchor in Overhead Applications

      Learn how to install an adhesive anchor in overhead applications using the Hilti Piston Plug.

How to dispense chemical anchors

  • How to Properly Dispense Adhesives to Reduce Waste

    Learn how to properly dispense adhesives to reduce waste using the Hilti HDE 500-A22 dispenser.

How to remove chemical anchors

  • How to Remove a Chemical Anchor

    Learn how to remove a chemical anchor by grinding or coring.

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