Anchor Fastening

Technology Manual

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Forword

Foreword

Dear customer,
As it is our ambition to be the worldwide leader in fastening technology, we are
continously striving to provide you with state-of-the-art technical information
reflecting the latest developments in codes, regulations and approvals and
technical information for our products.
The Fastening Technology Manuals for Post-installed Anchors and for Anchor
Channel reflect our ongoing investment into long term research and development
of leading fastening products.
This Fastening Technology Manual for Post-installed Anchors should be a
valuable support tool for you when solving fastening tasks with Post-installed
Anchor fastening technology. It should provide you with profound technical knowhow, and help you to be more productive in your daily work without any
compromise regarding reliability and safety.
As we strive to be a reliable partner for you, we would very much appreciate your
feedback for improvements. We are available at any time to answer additional
questions that even go beyond this content.
Raimund Zaggl
Business Unit Anchors

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Important notices

Important notices
1. Construction materials and conditions vary on different sites. If it is suspected that the base
material has insufficient strength to achieve a suitable fastening, contact the Hilti Technical
Advisory Service.
2. The information and recommendations given herein are based on the principles, formulae
and safety factors set out in the Hilti technical instructions, the operating manuals, the setting
instructions, the installation manuals and other data sheets that are believed to be correct at
the time of writing. The data and values are based on the respective average values
obtained from tests under laboratory or other controlled conditions. It is the users
responsibility to use the data given in the light of conditions on site and taking into account
the intended use of the products concerned. The user has to check the listed prerequisites
and criteria conform with the conditions actually existing on the job-site. Whilst Hilti can give
general guidance and advice, the nature of Hilti products means that the ultimate
responsibility for selecting the right product for a particular application must lie with the
customer.
3. All products must be used, handled and applied strictly in accordance with all current
instructions for use published by Hilti, i.e. technical instructions, operating manuals, setting
instructions, installation manuals and others.
4. All products are supplied and advice is given subject to the Hilti terms of business.
5. Hilti´s policy is one of continuous development. We therefore reserve the right to alter
specifications, etc. without notice.
6. The given mean ultimate loads and characteristic data in the Anchor Fastening Technology
Manual reflect actual test results and are thus valid only for the indicated test conditions.
Due to variations in local base materials, on-site testing is required to determine
performance at any specific site.
7. Hilti is not obligated for direct, indirect, incidental or consequential damages, losses or
expenses in connection with, or by reason of, the use of, or inability to use the products for
any purpose. Implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose are
specifally excluded.

Hilti Corporation
FL-9494 Schaan
Principality of Liechtenstein
www.hilti.com

Hilti = registred trademark of the Hilti Corporation, Schaan

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Contents

Anchor technology and design
Anchor selector
Legal environment
Approvals
Base Material
Anchor design
Design examples
Corrosion
Dynamic loads (seismic, fatigue, shock)
Resistance to fire

Mechanical anchoring systems
Heavy duty anchors
Medium and light duty anchors
Insulation fasteners

Adhesive anchoring systems
Foil capsule systems
Injection mortar systems

Post-installed rebar connections
Basics, design and installation
Injection mortar systems for post-installed rebars

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Contents

Contents
Anchor technology and design................................................................................................. 7
Anchor selector.....................................................................................................................................8
Legal environment ..............................................................................................................................20
Approvals ...........................................................................................................................................22
Base material......................................................................................................................................28
Anchor design.....................................................................................................................................34
Design example ..................................................................................................................................44
Corrosion ............................................................................................................................................48
Dynamic loads (seismic, fatigue, shock) .............................................................................................52
Resistance to fire ................................................................................................................................58

Mechanical anchoring systems .............................................................................................. 71
HDA Design anchor ............................................................................................................................72
HSL-3 carbon steel, heavy duty anchor ..............................................................................................88
HSL-GR stainless steel, heavy duty anchor ...................................................................................... 100
HSC-A Safety anchor ....................................................................................................................... 110
HSC-I Safety anchor ......................................................................................................................... 120
HST Stud anchor .............................................................................................................................. 130
HSA Stud anchor .............................................................................................................................. 140
HSV Stud anchor .............................................................................................................................. 160
HLC Sleeve anchor........................................................................................................................... 170
HAM Hard sleeve anchor.................................................................................................................. 176
HUS-HR Screw anchor, stainless steel ............................................................................................. 178
HUS Screw anchor, carbon steel ...................................................................................................... 194
HUS 6 Screw anchor, Redundant fastening ...................................................................................... 210
HUS-A 6 / HUS-H 6 / HUS-I 6 / HUS-P 6 Screw anchor in precast prestressed hollow core slabs.... 218
HUS 6 / HUS-S 6 Screw anchor ....................................................................................................... 224
HKD Push-in anchor, Single anchor application................................................................................ 230
HKD Push-in anchor, Redundant fastening ...................................................................................... 244
HKV Push-in anchor, Single anchor application ................................................................................ 252
HUD-1 Universal anchor ................................................................................................................... 256
HUD-L Universal anchor ................................................................................................................... 262
HLD Light duty anchor ...................................................................................................................... 266
HRD-U 10 / - S 10 / -U 14 Frame anchor .......................................................................................... 270
HRD Frame anchor, Redundant fastening ........................................................................................ 276
HPS-1 Impact anchor ....................................................................................................................... 294
HHD-S Cavity anchor ....................................................................................................................... 298
HCA Coil anchor ............................................................................................................................... 300
HSP / HFP Drywall plug .................................................................................................................... 302
HA 8 Ring / hook anchor................................................................................................................... 304
DBZ Wedge anchor .......................................................................................................................... 308
HT Metal frame anchor ..................................................................................................................... 312
HK Ceiling anchor............................................................................................................................. 316
HPD Aerated concrete anchor .......................................................................................................... 322
HKH Hollow deck anchor .................................................................................................................. 328
HTB Hollow wall metal anchor .......................................................................................................... 332
IDP Insulation fastener ..................................................................................................................... 336
IZ Insulation fastener ........................................................................................................................ 340
IDMS / IDMR Insulation fastener....................................................................................................... 344

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Adhesive anchoring systems ............................................................................................... 349
HVZ Adhesive anchor ....................................................................................................................... 350
HVU with HAS/HAS-E rod adhesive anchor ..................................................................................... 362
HVU with HIS-(R)N adhesive anchor ................................................................................................ 372
Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with HIT-V rod .................................................................................................. 382
Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with HIS-(R)N ................................................................................................... 398
Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with rebar ......................................................................................................... 410
Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIT-V / HAS in hammer drilled holes............................................................... 424
Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIT-V / HAS in diamond drilled holes .............................................................. 440
Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIS-(R)N ......................................................................................................... 450
Hilti HIT-RE 500 with rebar in hammer drilled holes .......................................................................... 464
Hilti HIT-RE 500 with rebar in diamond drilled holes ......................................................................... 480
Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-Z .............................................................................................................. 490
Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-V .............................................................................................................. 510
Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIS-(R)N ......................................................................................................... 528
Hilti HIT-HY 200 with rebar ............................................................................................................... 544
Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with HIT-TZ.................................................................................................... 560
Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with HIT-V / HAS ........................................................................................... 572
Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with HIS-(R)N ................................................................................................ 590
Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with rebar....................................................................................................... 602
Hilti HIT-CT 1 with HIT-V .................................................................................................................. 616
Hilti HIT-HY 150 with HIT-V / HAS .................................................................................................... 632
Hilti HIT-HY 150 with HIS-(R)N ......................................................................................................... 648
Hilti HIT-HY 150 with rebar ............................................................................................................... 660
Hilti HIT-ICE with HIT-V / HAS .......................................................................................................... 674
Hilti HIT-ICE with HIS-(R)N ............................................................................................................... 686
Hilti HIT-ICE with rebar ..................................................................................................................... 698
Hilti HIT-HY 70 injection mortar for masonry ..................................................................................... 708
HRT-WH Rail anchor with Hilti HVU or Hilti HIT-RE 500 ................................................................... 734
HRT Rail anchor with Hilti HIT-RE 500 ............................................................................................. 738
HRC / HRC-DB Rail anchor with Hilti HIT-RE 500 ............................................................................ 742
HRA Rail anchor with Hilti HIT-RE 500 or HVU-G/EA glass capsule................................................. 746
HRT-I Rail anchor with Hilti HIT-RE 500 ........................................................................................... 750
HRT-IP Rail Anchor for cast-in/top down construction method.......................................................... 754

Post-installed rebar connections.......................................................................................... 759
Basics, design and installation of post installed rebars ..................................................................... 760
Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD post-installed rebars ......................................................................................... 798
Hilti HIT-RE 500 post-installed rebars ............................................................................................... 810
Hilti HIT-HY 200 post-installed rebars ............................................................................................... 822
Hilti HIT-HY 150 post-installed rebars ............................................................................................... 830
Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX post-installed rebars ...................................................................................... 838

Hilti worldwide........................................................................................................................ 848

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Anchor technology
and design

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Anchor technology
and design

Anchor technology and design
Anchor selector
Legal environment
Approvals
Base Material
Anchor design
Design examples
Corrosion
Dynamic loads (seismic, fatigue, shock)
Resistance to fire

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Anchor selector

Anchor selector

● Anchor fastening for high
loads e.g. in steel
construction and plant
construction

HSL-3 heavy duty anchor

● Fastening heavy loads e.g.
from columns, high racks,
machines

Fire tested

Pre-stressed concrete hollow deck

Hollow brick masonry

Solid brick masonry

Aerated concrete

Lightweight concrete

Uncracked concrete

HDA-T/ -TR/TF/-P/-PR/-PF
undercut anchor

Cracked concrete

Shock approval

Application

Fatigue approval or test report

Approvals

Seismic approval

Base material
European Technical Approval

Anchor type

Mechanical anchor systems
Heavy duty anchors

HSL-GR heavy duty anchor

Fastening heavy loads

Medium and light duty
anchors
HSC-A(R) /-I(R) safety anchor

HST/-R/-HCR stud anchor

HSA/-R/-R2/-F stud anchor

HSV stud anchor

HLC sleeve anchor

● = very suitable

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○ = may be suitable per application

● Safety relevant fastening at
facades and ceilings where
short embedment depth is
required
● Fastening through in place
parts e.g. angles, tracks,
channels, wooden beams,
etc.
● Fastening through in place
parts like wooden beams,
metal sections, columns,
brackets, etc.
Fastening through in place
parts

● Temporary fastenings in
concrete (e.g. formwork),
fastening in base material of
low density
● = technical report

1) redundant fastening

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Anchor selector

Drill bit dia.:
14 – 20 mm
Anchor size:
M6 – M12
Drill bit dia.:
8 – 24 mm
Anchor size:
M8 – M24

Integrated plastic section to
telescope and pull down tightly
The bolt can be retorqued

Automatic undercutting
Small edge distances and
spacings
Small setting depth
Quick and simple setting
operation
Setting mark
Safety wedge for certain follow
up expansion
Three setting depths
Setting mark
Extremely ductile steel for high
bending capacity
Quick and simple setting
operation

Short setting and removing
operation
Good loads in green concrete
Bridging of gaps

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Drill bit dia.:
6 – 20 mm
Anchor size:
M8 – M24
Drill bit dia.:
8 – 16 mm
Anchor size:
M8 – M16
Drill bit dia.:
6,5 – 20 mm
Anchor size:
M5 – M16

Through-fastening

Drill bit dia.:
12 – 32 mm
Anchor size:
M8 – M24
Drill bit dia.:
12 – 28 mm
Anchor size:
M8 – M20

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Pre-setting

Integrated plastic section to
telescope and pull down tightly
The bolt can be retorqued

Internal thread

Setting

External thread

Stainless steel A4 (1.4401)

Drill bit dia.:
20 – 37 mm
Anchor size:
M10 – M20

Stainless steel A2 (1.4303)

Automatic undercutting
High load capacity
Approved for all dynamic loads

HCR steel (1.4529)

Specification
Steel, sheradised, hot dipped galv.

Drill bit
diameter resp.
anchor size

Steel, galvanised

Advantages

72

88

100

110

130

140

160

170

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Anchor selector

Medium and light duty
anchors
HAM hard sleeve anchor

HUS screw anchor, carbon steel

HUS- 6 screw anchor, redundant
fastening

● ●
1)

HUS 6 / HUS-S 6 screw anchor

● ●
1)

HKD push-in anchor

● ●
1)

HKV push-in anchor

HUD-1 universal anchor

HUD-L universal anchor

○ = may be suitable per application

Fire tested

Shock approval

Fatigue approval or test report

Seismic approval

Application

Secure fastenings in various
base materials

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European Technical Approval

HUS-HR screw anchor, stainless
steel

● = very suitable

Approval
Pre-stressed concrete hollow deck

Hollow brick masonry

Solid brick masonry

Aerated concrete

Lightweight concrete

Uncracked concrete

Base material

Cracked concrete

Anchor type

● Fastening channels,
brackets, racks, seating

● Fastening channels,
brackets, racks, seating

● Fastening channels,
brackets, racks, seating

● Fastening light channels,
brackets, interior panelling
or cladding

● Fastening with threaded
rods for pipe suspensions,
air ducts, suspended
ceilings
Fastening with threaded
rods for pipe suspensions,
air ducts, suspended
ceilings
Various applications

Various applications

● = technical report

1) redundant fastening
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Anchor selector

Screw driven straight into base
material
Forged on washer
Matched system of screw
anchor and screw driver
Screw driven straight into base
material
Forged on washer
Matched system of screw
anchor and screw driver
Screw driven straight into base
material
Forged on washer
Matched system of screw
anchor and screw driver

Drill bit dia.:
6 – 14 mm

Screw driven straight into base
material
Small drill bit diameter
Matched system of screw
anchor and screw driver
Visual verification of full
expansion
Small setting depth
Visual verification of full
expansion
Small setting depth
Fast setting
Flexibility of screw length
An anchor for every base
material
Fast setting
Flexibility of screw length
An anchor for every base
material

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Drill bit dia.:
6 mm

Drill bit dia.:
6 mm

Drill bit dia.:
8 – 25 mm
Anchor size:
M6 – M20
Drill bit dia.:
8 – 20 mm
Anchor size:
M6 – M16
Drill bit dia.:
5 – 14 mm

Page

Through-fastening

External thread

HCR steel (1.4529)

Drill bit dia.:
8 – 14 mm

Drill bit dia.:
6 – 10 mm

Stainless steel A4 (1.4401)

Pre-setting

Drill bit dia.:
12 – 20 mm
Thread:
M6 – M12

Setting

Internal thread

Wings to prevent spinning in the
bore hole
Plastic cap in cone to prevent
dust entrance

Stainless steel A2 (1.4303)

Specification
Steel, sheradised, hot dipped galv.

Drill bit
diameter resp.
anchor size

Steel, galvanised

Advantages

176

178

194

218

224

230

252

256

262

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Anchor selector

HRD-U/-S frame anchor

● ●
1)

HRD frame anchor

HPS-1 impact anchor

Application

Fire tested

Shock approval

Fatigue approval or test report

Seismic approval

European Technical Approval

Solid brick masonry

Aerated concrete

Pre-stressed concrete hollow deck

Approvals

Hollow brick masonry

Medium and light duty
anchors
HLD light duty anchor

Lightweight concrete

Uncracked concrete

Base material

Cracked concrete

Anchor type

Fastenings to weak material
with cavities

Fastening wood battens,
components for electrical
and plumbing installations

Fastening battens, channels
panels

HHD-S cavity anchor

● Securing support frames,
timber frames, fascade
panels, curtain walling

● On most hollow and solid
base material

HCA coil anchor

Temporary external
fastenings

Fastenings in dry walls

HSP/HFPdrywall plug

HA8 ring/ hook anchor

● ●
1)

● For suspended ceilings and
other items from concrete
ceilings

DBZ wedge anchor

● ●
1)

● Suspension from concrete
ceilings e.g. using steel
straps, punched band,
Nonius system hanger
Fastening door and window
frames

HT metal frame anchor

● = very suitable

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○ = may be suitable per application

● = technical report

1) redundant fastening

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Anchor selector

Page

Through-fastening

Pre-setting

Internal thread

Setting

External thread

HCR steel (1.4529)

Stainless steel A4 (1.4401)

Stainless steel A2 (1.4303)

Specification
Steel, sheradised, hot dipped galv.

Drill bit
diameter resp.
anchor size

Steel, galvanised

Advantages

266

Flexibility of screw length
Resilient toggling action to suit
every base material

Drill bit dia.:
10 mm

Preassembled with screw
Screw of steel strength 5.8 or
stainless steel A4 (1.4401)

Drill bit dia.:
10 and 14 mm

270

impact and temperature
resistant
high quality plastic

Drill bit dia.:
8 – 10 mm

276

impact and temperature
resistant
high quality plastic

4 – 8 mm

294

Controlled setting
Deliverable with or without
prefitted screw

Drill bit dia.:
8 – 12 mm

Re-usable
Removable

Drill bit dia.:
16 mm

Self-drilling tip
One bit for anchor and screw
Removable

-

Quick and easy setting
Automatic follow up expansion

Drill bit dia.:
8 mm

Small drill bit diameter
Quick setting by impact
extension
Automatic follow up expansion
No risk of distortion or forces of
constraint
Expansion cone can not be lost

Drill bit dia.:
6 mm

308

Drill bit dia.:
8 – 10 mm

312

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300

302

304

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Anchor selector

Medium and light duty
anchors
HK ceiling anchor

● ●
1)

Fire tested

Shock approval

Fatigue approval or test report

Application

● Fastening of suspended
ceilings, cable trays, pipes
● Various fastenings

HPD aerated concrete anchor

Seismic approval

European Technical Approval

Approvals
Pre-stressed concrete hollow deck

Hollow brick masonry

Solid brick masonry

Aerated concrete

Lightweight concrete

Uncracked concrete

Base material

Cracked concrete

Anchor type

HKH hollow deck anchor

HTB

● Suspension from prestressed concrete hollow
decks

Ingenious and strong for
hollow base materials

Insulation fasteners
IDP insulation
fastener

Fastening of hard, self
supporting insulating
materials

IZ expandable insulation fastener

Fastening of soft and hard,
self supporting insulating
materials

IDMS / IDMR insulation fastener

Fastening of soft and hard,
self supporting insulating
materials and non self
supporting insulation
materials

● = very suitable

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○ = may be suitable per application

● = technical report

1) redundant fastening

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Anchor selector

Small bore hole
Quick and easy setting
Approved (DIBt)
Fire resistance
Immediately loadable
Approval for single point
fastenings
Approved for sprinkler systems
Load carried by strong metal
channel and screw
Convincing simplicity when
setting

One piece element
Corrosion resistant
No heat bridge

Corrosion resistant
No heat bridge
Reliable bonding of plaster

One piece element
Corrosion resistant
Fire resistant

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Drill bit dia.:
6 mm
M6
Without
predrilling
Thread:
M6 – M10
Drill bit dia.:
10 – 14 mm
Thread:
M6 – M10
Drill bit dia.:
13 – 14 mm

Page

Through-fastening

Pre-setting

Internal thread

External thread

HCR steel (1.4529)

Setting

316

322

Drill bit dia.:
8 mm insulating
material
thickness
10 – 150mm
Drill bit dia.:
8 mm insulating
material
thickness
up to 180mm

Drill bit dia.:
8 mm insulating
material
thickness
up to 150mm

Stainless steel A4 (1.4401)

Stainless steel A2 (1.4303)

Specification
Steel, sheradised, hot dipped galv.

Drill bit
diameter resp.
anchor size

Steel, galvanised

Advantages

328

332

336

340

344

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Anchor selector

Shock approval

Application

Fire tested

Fatigue approval or test report

Seismic approval

European Technical Approval

Approvals
Pre-stressed concrete hollow deck

Hollow brick masonry

Solid brick masonry

Aerated concrete

Lightweight concrete

Uncracked concrete

Base material

Cracked concrete

Anchor type

Adhesive anchor systems
Foil capsule systems

HVZ
adhesive
anchor
HVU
adhesive
anchor

● Adhesive anchor

● Adhesive anchor in cracked
concrete

Heavy-duty fastenings with
small spacing and edge
distances
● Heavy duty fastenings with
small spacing and edge
distances

Injection mortar systems
HIT-RE
500–SD

HIT-RE
500

HIT-HY
200

● = very suitable
16

○ = may be suitable per application

● Adhesive anchor in cracked
concrete

● = technical report

1) redundant fastening
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8 – 32 mm ● ● ● No expansion pressure Long working time HIT-V M8 – M39 HIS-M8 . galvanised HCR steel (1. Advantages ● 350 ● ● 362 ● ● ● 382 ● ● ● ● 424 ● ● ● ● 490 17 . sheradised.M20 Rebar dia.M20 Rebar dia. hot dipped galv.M20 Rebar dia.4401) Drill bit diameter resp.4303) No expansion pressure Small edge distances and spacing A strong and flexible foil capsule No expansion pressure Small edge distances and spacing A strong and flexible foil capsule Steel.4529) Setting Internal thread Specification Stainless steel A4 (1.Anchor selector ● ● ● HAS M8 – M39 HIS-M8 . 8 – 32 mm ● ● 10 / 2012 Page Through-fastening ● Pre-setting External thread M10 – M20 Stainless steel A2 (1. anchor size Steel. 8 – 40 mm ● ● No expansion pressure Flexibility in terms of working time No styrene content No plasticizer content Environmental protection due to the minimized packaging HIT-V M8 – M30 HIS-M8 . 8 – 40 mm ● ● ● ● No expansion pressure Long working time HIT-V M8 – M30 HIS-M8 .M20 Rebar dia.

Anchor selector Application Fire tested Shock approval Fatigue approval or test report Seismic approval European Technical Approval Approvals Pre-stressed concrete hollow deck ● Hollow brick masonry ● Solid brick masonry Lightweight concrete ● Aerated concrete Uncracked concrete Base material Cracked concrete Anchor type Injection mortar systems HIT-HY 150 MAX HIT-CT 1 ● HIT-HY 150 ● HIT ICE ● HIT-HY 70 ● ● = very suitable 18 ● ● Adhesive anchor in cracked concrete ● Hilti Clean technology adhesive anchor ● Adhesive anchor Adhesive anchor for low installation temperatures ● ○ = may be suitable per application ● ● Universal mortar for solid and hollow brick ● = technical report 1) redundant fastening 10 / 2012 .

8 – 25 mm ● ● ● ● No expansion pressure mortar filling control with HIT-SC sleeves Drill bit dia.M20 Rebar dia.4529) Setting Stainless steel A4 (1.Anchor selector External thread Internal thread Pre-setting ● ● ● ● ● No expansion pressure No styrene content No plasticizer content Environmental protection due to the minimized packaging HIT-V M8 – M30 HIS-M8 .4401) ● Stainless steel A2 (1. 8 – 25 mm ● ● ● ● No expansion pressure HAS M8 – M24 HIS-M8 .4303) Specification Steel. sheradised. Drill bit diameter resp.M20 Rebar dia.M20 Rebar dia. galvanised Advantages 560 616 ● ● 632 ● 674 ● 708 19 .: 10 – 22 mm Thread: M6 – M12 ● ● ● ● 10 / 2012 Page Through-fastening HCR steel (1. hot dipped galv. 8 – 25 mm No expansion pressure Environmentaly and user friendly: clean of critical hazardous substances HIT-V M8 – M24 No expansion pressure No styrene content No plasticizer content Environmental protection due to the minimized packaging HIT-V M8 – M30 HIS-M8 . anchor size Steel.

European Technical Approval Guidelines Approval based data given in this manual are either according to European Technical Approval Guidelines (ETAG) or have been evaluated according to this guidelines and/or national regulations. additional Hilti data help to find customised solutions.Legal environment Legal environment Technical data The technical data presented in this Anchor Fastening Technology Manual are all based on numerous tests and evaluation according to the state-of-the art. additional Technical Reports (TR) related to ETAG 001 set out additional requirements: • TR 018 Assessment of torque-controlled bonded anchors • TR 020 Evaluation of Anchorages in Concrete concerning Resistance to Fire • TR 029 Design of Bonded Anchors The European Technical Approval Guideline ETAG 020 „ PLASTIC ANCHORS FOR MULTIPLE USE IN CONCRETE AND MASONRY FOR NON-STRUCTURAL APPLICATIONS“ sets out the basis for assessing plastic anchors to be used in concrete or masonry for redundant fastenings (multiple use). shock. for safety relevant applications fire resistance. Where national or international regulations do not cover all possible types of applications. Hilti anchors are tested in our test labs in Kaufering (Germany). The European Technical Approval Guideline ETAG 001 „METAL ANCHORS FOR USE IN CONCRETE“ sets out the basis for assessing anchors to be used in concrete (cracked and noncracked). Schaan (Principality of Liechtenstein) or Tulsa (USA) and evaluated by our experienced engineers and/or tested and evaluated by independent testing institutes in Europe and the USA. It consists of: • Part 1 General • Part 2 Plastic anchors for use in normal weight concrete • Part 3 Plastic anchors for use in solid masonry materials • Part 4 Plastic anchors for use in hollow or perforated masonry • Part 5 Plastic anchors for use in autoclaved aerated concrete (AAC) • Annex A Details of tests • Annex B Recommendations for tests to be carried out on construction works • Annex C Design methods for anchorages 20 10 / 2012 . In addition to the standard tests for admissible service conditions and suitability tests. It consists of: • Part 1 Anchors in general • Part 2 Torque-controlled expansion anchors • Part 3 Undercut anchors • Part 4 Deformation-controlled expansion anchors • Part 5 Bonded anchors • Part 6 Anchors for multiple use for non-structural applications • Annex A Details of test • Annex B Tests for admissible service conditions – detailed information • Annex C Design methods for anchorages For special anchors for use in concrete. seismic and fatigue tests are performed.

Tasks for the manufacturer are: • Factory production control (permanent internal control of production and documentation according to a prescribed test plan) • involve a body which is approved for the tasks Tasks for the approved body are: • initial type-testing of the product • initial inspection of factory and of factory production control • continuous surveillance. System of attestation of conformity For anchors having an approval. whenever the state of art permits to do so. The Technical Report TR 023 deals with the preconditions. The general assessment approach adopted in the Guideline is based on combining relevant existing knowledge and experience of anchor behaviour with testing. ETAG 001 (Part 1 and Part 5) is the general basic of this application. assessment and approval of factory production control 10 / 2012 21 . the conformity with which gives the presumption that the requirements set out are satisfied. Using this approach. ETAGs specify values and characteristics. assumptions and the required tests and assessments for postinstalled rebars. The Guidelines may indicate alternate possibilities for the demonstration of the satisfaction of the requirements.1-1: 2004 (EC2) only. the conformity of the product shall be certified by an approved certification body (notified body) on the basis of tasks for the manufacturer and tasks for the approved body. The requirements in European Technical Approval Guidelines are set out in terms of objectives and of relevant actions to be taken into account.Legal environment The European Technical Approval Guidelines including related Technical Reports set out the requirements for anchors and the acceptance criteria they shall meet. testing is needed to assess the suitability of anchors. Post-installed rebar connections The basis for the assessment of post-installed rebar connections is set out in the Technical Report • TR 023 Assessment of post-installed rebar connections The Technical Report TR 023 covers post-installed rebar connections designed in accordance with EN 1992 .

01.2014) Adhesive anchor.07.2011 • • • HSL-3 HSC / HSC-R HST / HST-R / HST-HCR HSA / HSA-R HUS-HR 6/8/10/14 HUS-H 6/8/10 HUS-A/-I-P 6 HUS 6 HKD / HKD-R HKD / HKD-R HRD DBZ HK HVZ / HVZ-R / HVZ-HCR HVU with HAS / HAS-R / HAS-HCR HIS-N / HIS-RN 22 DIBt.09.03. Berlin ETA-07/0219 01.04.12.2011 • • • DIBt.2016) Deformation controlled expansion anchor made of galvanised or stainless steel (Vailid until: 12.09.2016) Ceiling anchor made of galvanised steel (Valid until: 23.03. stainless or highly corrosion resistant steel (Valid until: 19. Paris ETA-02/0042 10. rod made of galvanised. Berlin ETA-06/0179 14.01. screw made of galvanised or stainless steel (Valid until: 17.2017) Screw anchor made of stainless steel or carbon steel.09.06.06.2012) Wedge anchor made of galvanised steel (Valid until: 14.09.02.09.2011 • • DIBt.07.2013) Self-undercutting anchor made of galvanised or stainless steel (Valid until: 20. Paris ETA-02/0027 20.02.01.2007 • • • DIBt.2013) Adhesive anchor.2008 • • • CSTB.06. Berlin ETA-10/0005 23.2013) Torque controlled expansion anchor of galvanised steel (Valid until: 10.2011 • • DIBt.2013) Screw anchor made of carbon steel. stainless steel or highly corrosion resistant steel (Valid until 20.2011 • • • DIBt.04.01. deltatone coated (Valid until: 23. rod made galvanized steel.2011 • • • DIBt.12. Berlin ETA-02/0032 22.08.2015) Deformation controlled expansion anchor made of galvanised or stainless steel (Vailid until: 14.2008 • • • • • ETA-05/0255 23. stainless or highly corrosion resistant steel (Valid until: 01.2013) Expansion stud anchor made of galvanised or stainless steel (Valid until: 19.03.2012) Frame anchor made of polyamide. Paris ETA-11/0374 19. Berlin DIBt Berlin Languages g e f • • • • 10 / 2012 .2010 CSTB.2012 • • • DIBt.Approvals Approvals European Technical Approvals: Europe Anchor type Description Authority / Laboratory No. deltatone coated (Valid until: 12.2011 • • • CSTB. Berlin ETA-04/0043 30.10. Berlin ETA-08/307 21.2012) Expansion stud anchor made of galvanised. Berlin ETA-98/0001 17.2016) CSTB.2010 ETA-03/0032 29. Berlin ETA-06/0047 14. / Date of issue HDA / HDA-R Self-undercutting anchor made of galvanised or stainless steel (Valid until: 25.04.09.2010 • • • DIBt.10. Paris ETA-99/0009 17.

stainless or highly corrosion resistant steel (Valid until 08.2012 • • • • • DIBt Berlin DIBt Berlin ETA-12/0028 04.08.08.01.2008 • • • 23 .2009 ETA-04/0027 20.2012 ETA-12/0083 08. stainless or highly corrosion resistant steel (Valid until 06. stainless or highly corrosion resistant steel (Valid until 23.2012 ETA-04/0084 09.2008 ETA-12/0006 04. Paris ETA-08/0202 24.2016) ETA-08/0105 30.2017) Injection adhesive anchor.09. / Date of issue ETA-07/0260 12.11.08.02.12.04.2010 • • • CSTB. rod made DIBt Berlin of galvanised. Paris ETA-08-352 01.2012 • • ETA-11/0492 08.of galvanised.08.09. rod made of galvanised or stainless steel (Valid until 10.2012) No.12. rod made of galvanised.02.2016) HIT-HY 200-R Injection adhesive for reinforcing bar connections (Valid until: 06. rod made DIBt Berlin of galvanised.2009 • • • • • • Injection adhesive for reinforcing bar connections (Valid until: 08.2017) Injection adhesive anchor. stainless or highly corrosion resistant steel (E)/ HIS-N/ HIT-V-R/ HAS(Valid until 18.2013) (E)R/ HIS-RN/ HIT-V-HCR/ HAS-(E)HCR/ rebar HIT-HY 150 MAX Injection adhesive for reinforcing bar connections (Valid until: 24.12.04.02. rod made of galvanised or stainless steel (Valid until 10. rod made with HIT-V/ HAS.2009 Languages g e f • • • Injection adhesive for reinforcing bar DIBt Berlin connections (Valid until: 08.Approvals Anchor type HIT-RE 500-SD with HIT-V/ HIS-N/ HIT-V-R/ HISRN/ HIT-V-HCR/ rebar HIT-RE 500-SD HIT-RE 500 with HIT-V/ HAS-(E)/ HIS-N/ HIT-V-R/ HAS(E)R/ HIS-RN/ HIT-V-HCR/ HAS-(E)HCR/ rebar HIT-RE 500 HIT-HY 200-A with HIT-Z / HIT-Z-R HIT-HY 200-R with HIT-Z / HIT-Z-R HIT-HY 200-A with HIT-V/ HIS-N/HIT-V-R/ HIS-RN/ HIT-V-HCR/ rebar HIT-HY 200-R with HIT-V/ HIS-N/HIT-V-R/ HIS-RN/ HIT-V-HCR/ rebar HIT-HY 200-A Description Authority / Laboratory Injection adhesive anchor. stainless or highly corrosion resistant steel (Valid until 28.07.2009 • • • • • • • Injection adhesive for reinforcing bar connections (Valid until: 23.05.2017) ETA-12/0084 08.2012 • • Injection adhesive anchor.07.2017) HIT-HY 150 MAX Injection adhesive anchor.05.2013) Injection adhesive anchor.02.2013) Injection adhesive anchor. rod made DIBt Berlin of galvanised.05.12.2014) HIT-HY 150 MAX Injection adhesive anchor.07.04.2013) 10 / 2012 DIBt Berlin DIBt Berlin DIBt Berlin DIBt Berlin • • CSTB.05.2014) ETA-09/0295 14. rod made with HIT-TZ / of galvanised or stainless steel HIT-RTZ (Valid until 23.2012 • • DIBt Berlin ETA-11/0493 08.

12.2019) Bern Languages g e f • Switzerland HST / HST-R HVZ / HVZ-R HIT-RE 500-SD 24 No.07. rod made of galvanised steel (Valid until: 30. / Date of issue Injection adhesive.06.10.10. Paris of galvanised.10.09.06.06.07. stainless or highly corrosion resistant steel (Valid until 28. rod made CSTB. / Date of issue ETA-11/0354 30. 30.2009 • • Federal Office for Civil Protection.2016) Stud anchor for shockproof fastenings in civil defence installations (Valid until: 31. / Date of issue Languages g e f • • Heavy duty anchor for shockproof Federal Office for BZS D 08-601 fastenings in civil defence Civil Protection. Berlin of galvanised. Bern Federal Office for Civil Protection.10.2019) BZS D 06-601 10.2006 • • BZS D 08-602 15.2019) Adhesive anchor for shockproof fastenings in civil defence installations (Valid until: 31.2009 installations (Valid until: 31.Approvals Anchor type HIT-CT 1 with HIT-V HIT-HY 70 with HIT-V/ HIT-V-R/ HIT-V-HCR Description Authority / Laboratory Injection adhesive anchor.09.2011 Languages g e f • • ETA-09/0265 28. Paris YX 0047 06.2009 • • BZS D 08-604 21.10.09.2008 • • BZS D 09-602 21. Bern 10 / 2012 .10.2016) Injection adhesive anchor. Bern Federal Office for Civil Protection. rod made DIBt. stainless or highly corrosion resistant steel (Valid until 30.12.2012 Anchor type Description Authority / Laboratory HDA-P HDA -PF HDA -PR HDA-T HDA -TF HDA -TR HSL-3 HSL-3-G HSL-3-B HSL-3-SK HSL-3-SH HSC-I(R) HSC-A(R) Undercut anchor for shockproof Federal Office for BZS D 09-601 fastenings in civil defence Civil Protection.2015) SOCOTEC. Bern Federal Office for Civil Protection.2009 • • Additional National European Approvals France Anchor type HIT-HY 70 Description Authority / Laboratory No.2018) Bern • • Safety anchor for shockproof fastenings in civil defence installations (Valid until: 31.2008 installations (Valid until: 30.09. 21.2018) Adhesive anchor for shockproof fastenings in civil defence installations (Valid until: 31.2014) No.

2016) HKH Hollow deck anchor made of galvanised steel (Valid until: 31.1-1693 01. Berlin DIBt. rod made of galvanised.06.2011 • DIBt. Berlin Z-21.2-1952 31.2014) HIT-HY 150 MAX Injection adhesive for reinforcing bar connections (Valid until: 30.12.2011 • DIBt. Berlin Z-21. Berlin DIBt. Berlin Z-21.2011 • DIBt.8-1948 25.2012) HRD 10 Frame anchor made of polyamide. / Date of issue DIBt.05.06.05.04.2014) HPD Aerated concrete anchor made of galvanised steel (Valid until: 31.09. Berlin Z-21.2016) HRD Frame anchor made of polyamide.2012 • DIBt.10. stainless or highly corrosion resistant steel (Valid until: 31.2011 • DIBt.10.2013) HDA.2015) HIT-HY 200-A Injection adhesive for reinforcing bar connections (Valid until: 25.2-599 16. Berlin Z-21.3-1830 01.2017) 10 / 2012 Authority / Laboratory No.2009 Z-21.2009 • DIBt. screw made of galvanised or stainless steel (Valid until: 31. rod made of galvanised steel (Valid until:01.2011 DIBt.1-1696 16.10.10.Dynamic Self-undercutting anchor made of galvanised steel for dynamic loads (Valid until: 01.2014) HIT-HY 70 Injection adhesive anchor for masonry.2016) HIT-RE 500 Injection adhesive for reinforcing bar connections (Valid until: 31. Berlin Z-21.08.03.2016) HVZ-Dynamic Adhesive anchor.Approvals Germany Anchor type HDA Description Self-undercutting anchor made of galvanised steel for unusual actions (loads) – for use in Nuclear power plants (Valid until: 31.11.8-1790 16. Berlin Z-21.2011 • DIBt.8-1882 13. screw made of galvanised or stainless steel (Valid until: 30.2012 Languages g • e • f • • • • 25 .05.3-1692 07.10.05.03.02. Berlin Z-21.2010 Z-21.10.03. Berlin Z-21.1-1729 31.1-1722 31.11.

2014) ESR-1546 01.07.2012 Evaluation report of Hilti HSL-3 Heavy Duty Anchor (Valid until: 01.04.2012 • 26 f 10 / 2012 .03.03.03.Approvals Additional US Approvals USA Anchor type HDA-P HDA -PR HDA-T HDA -TR HSL-3 HSL-3-G HSL-3-B HSL-3-SK HSL-3-SH HIT RE 500-SD Description Authority / Laboratory No.2012 • ESR-2262 01.03.2012 • Evaluation report of Hilti HIT RE ICC-ES 500-SD Adhesive Anchoring System (Valid until: 01.02.2014) HIT-HY 150 MAX Evaluation report of Hilti HIT-HY 150 ICC-ES MAX adhesive anchor (the report is subject to renewal 2 years after date of issue) ESR-2322 01.2014) ICC-ES ESR-1545 01. / Date of issue Languages g e • Evaluation report of Hilti HDA Metric ICC-ES Undercut Anchor (Valid until: 01.

Approvals 10 / 2012 27 .

but only low tensile strength. cannot be seen. individual cracks might be wider if no additional reinforcement is provided in the concrete to restrict the crack width. f ck. w ≅ 0.3mm. the loading capacity can be assumed to be the concrete strength determined at the time of applying the load. However. as a rule. D σb. which is produced when the cement paste hardens and cures. Generally. Other types of anchors can be used if they are set in the compression zone.e. Experience has shown that the crack width does not exceed the figure regarded as admissible. Observe curing of concrete when using expansion anchors Anchors are set in both low-strength and high-strength concrete. Expansion anchors should not be set in concrete which has not cured for more than seven days. the range of the cube compressive strength. If a concrete component is subjected to a bending load. Cracking from bending Stress and strain in sections withconditions I and II σb. is between 25 and 60 N/mm². The main building materials suitable for anchor fastenings have been described in the following. 28 10 / 2012 . Z fct calculated compressive stress calculated tensile stress concrete tensile strength If cracks in the tension zone exist. which.Base materials Base material General Different anchoring conditions The wide variety of building materials used today provide different anchoring conditions for anchors. i. 150 . Concrete has a relatively high compressive strength. possibly also additives. the loading capacity can be assumed to be only the actual strength of the concrete at that time. the cracks have a wedge shape across the component cross-section and they end close to the neutral axis. If an anchor is set and the load applied later. if the concrete is under a constant load.cube . aggregates and water. There is hardly a base material in or to which a fastening cannot be made with a Hilti product. Steel reinforcing bars are cast in concrete to take up tensile forces. the properties of the base material play a decisive role when selecting a suitable fastener / anchor and determining the load it can hold. It is then referred to as reinforced concrete. aggregates and water Concrete is synthetic stone. If it is subjected predominately to forces of constraint. If anchors are loaded immediately after they have been set. It is recommended that anchors that are suitable in cracked concrete be used in the tension zone of concrete components. suitable anchor systems are required If the tensile strength of concrete is exceeded. Concrete A mixture of cement. cracks form. consisting of a mixture of cement.

Plaster coating is not a base material for fastenings Other base materials Aerated concrete: This is manufactured from fine-grained sand as the aggregate. etc. The density is between 0. all of different shapes and either solid or with cavities. such as wall and ceiling panels. HUD. etc. Drywall / gypsum panels In addition to the previously named building materials. Hilti offers the HRD. HGN. 10 / 2012 Jobsite tests 29 . test reports exist for these special materials. company carrying out the work and Hilti technical staff hold a discussion in each case.4 and 0. Different types and shapes If there are doubts when selecting a fastener / anchor. so-called secondary fastenings are made. When making a fastening. to which less important. ≤ 1800 kg/m³. e. e. the HPS1. water and aluminium as the gas-forming agent. The specified anchorage depth (depth of embedment) must be in the actual base material. e. HUD. and a porosity that reduces the strength of the concrete and thus the loading capacity of an anchor. In some cases. i. e. etc. your local Hilti sales representative will be pleased to provide assistance. the loads taken up locally cannot be particularly high. a large variety of others.g. lime and/or cement as the binding agent. the design engineer responsible must be consulted first.e. If this is not possible.Base materials Cutting through reinforcement when drilling anchor holes must be avoided. sand-lime bricks or concrete bricks. etc anchor systems for this base material. can be encountered in practice. clay bricks. Avoid cutting reinforcement Masonry Masonry is a heterogeneous base material. special building components are also made from the previously mentioned materials which. testing on the jobsite should be arranged to verify the suitability and the loading capacity of the selected anchor. The Hilti anchors suitable for this material are the HTB. A tremendous variety of types and shapes of masonry bricks are on the market. Variety of base materials Descriptions and explanations of each of these would go beyond the bounds of this manual. The hole being drilled for an anchor can run into mortar joints or cavities. because of manufacturing method and configuration. result in base materials with peculiarities that must be given careful attention. In some cases. Aerated concrete Lightweight concrete: This is concrete which has a low density.8 kg/dm³ and the compressive strength 2 to 6 N/mm². Lightweight concrete Drywall (plasterboard/gypsum) panels: These are mostly building components without a supporting function. fastenings can be made to these materials. Furthermore. HRD. Generally though. It is also recommended that the design engineer. care must be taken to ensure that a lay of insulation or plaster is not used as the base material. HLD and HHD. HIT.g. Hilti offers a range of different fastening solutions for this variety of masonry base material. natural stone.g.g. Owing to the relatively low strength of masonry. hollow ceiling floor components. Hilti offers the HGN and HRD-U anchors for this base material.

a distinction is made between forcecontrolled and movement-controlled types. This tensile force is produced. expansion takes place over a distance that is predetermined by the geometry of the anchor in the expanded state. It is produced. Thus an expansion force is produced (HKD anchor) which is governed by the modulus of elasticity of the base material. this expansion force causes permanent local deformation of the base material. At the same time. Fexp. Bonding An adhesive bond is produced between the anchor rod and the hole wall by a synthetic resin adhesive. R. is in equilibrium with the supporting forces. above all in the case of metal anchors. This permits the longitudinal force to be transferred to the anchor by friction. after it has hardened and cured. A keying action results which enables the longitudinal force in the anchor to be transferred additionally to the base material Force-controlled and displacement-controlled expansion anchors In the case of expansion anchors. Combination of working principles Many anchors obtain their holding power from a combination of the above mentioned working principles. by driving in an expansion plug (HKD). such as with the HDA anchor. The expansion force of forcecontrolled expansion anchors is dependent on the tensile force in the anchor (HSL-3 heavy-duty anchor). In the case of movement-controlled types. N. Adhesive/resin anchor 30 The synthetic resin of an adhesive anchor infiltrates into the pores of the base material and. 10 / 2012 .Base materials Why does an anchor hold in a base material? Working principles There are three basic working principles which make an anchor hold in a building material: Friction The tensile load. an anchor exerts an expansion force against wall of its hole as a result of the displacement of a cone relative to a sleeve. is transferred to the base material by friction. achieves a local keying action in addition to the bond. The expansion force. for example. is necessary for this to take place. acting on the base material. R. such as with HVU with HAS anchor rods. For example. N. Keying The tensile load. and thus controlled. when a tightening torque is applied to expand the anchor.

Failure patterns 4. The tensile strength of the fastening base material is exceeded in the cases of break-out. These causes of failure govern the max. Combined load Generally.. 3. anchor pull-away and. edge breaking and splitting. Modes of failure. 3a. occur mostly when single anchors that are a suitable distance from an edge or the next anchor. Shear load 10 / 2012 31 . 3. If the distance from an edge is small and the shear load is towards the free edge of a building component. subsequently. break-out. The ultimate loads are then smaller than those of the previously mentioned modes of failure. the same modes of failure take place under a combined load. are subjected to a pure tensile load. 2. edge breaking. becomes more seldom as the angle between the direction of the applied load and the anchor axis increases. break-out. a small edge distance causes mode of failure 4. 1. failure of anchor parts. The mode of failure 1. the anchor parts suffer bending tension or shear failure. a shear load causes a conchoidal (shell-like) area of spall on one side of the anchor hole and. On the other hand. The weakest point in an anchor fastening determines the cause of failure. loading capacity of anchors. the edge breaks away. Causes of failure Basically. 3a..Base materials Failure modes Effects of static loading The failure patterns of anchor fastenings subjected to a continually increased load can be depicted as follows: 1. 2. however.

whereas the compressive forces from bending are taken up by the concrete (compression zone). In this respect. The position of the tension zone is determined by the static / design system and where the load is applied to the structure.3mm is assumed when designing anchor fastenings. however. i.e. it is not at all necessary to regard cracks as defects in a structure. can cracks also run in two directions. 10 / 2012 . Crack plane a) Non-cracked concrete Reduction factor for cracked concrete 32 b) Cracked concrete The width of a crack in a concrete component has a major influence on the tensile loading capacity of all fasteners. not only anchors. If a crack exists.65 to 0. for example. This is an unacceptable situation which is being eliminated through specific testing with anchors set in cracked concrete. Provided that they do not exceed a certain width. With this in mind. Loadbearing mechanisms When anchor fastenings are made in non-cracked concrete. all previous figures in the old anchor manual. A crack width of about 0.Base materials Influence of cracks Very narrow cracks are not defects in a structure It is not possible for a reinforced concrete structure to be built which does not have cracks in it under working conditions. such as with reinforced concrete slabs stressed in two planes. Normally. the cracks run in one direction (line or parallel cracks). Only in rare cases. but also cast-in items. Efficient utilisation of reinforcement The reinforcement is only utilised efficiently if the concrete in the tension zone is permitted to be stressed (elongated) to such an extent that it cracks under the working load.70 for the HSC anchor. the designer of a structure assumes that cracks will exist in the tension zone of reinforced concrete components when carrying out the design work (condition II). and adding suitable information to the product description sheets. the safety factor to use to allow for the failure of cracked concrete is not the same as the figure given in product information. Larger reduction factors for ultimate tensile loads must be anticipated (used in calculations) in the case of all those anchors which were set in the past without any consideration of the above-mentioned influence of cracks. equilibrium is established by a tensile stress condition of rotational symmetry around the anchor axis. These will guarantee the functional reliability and safety of anchor fastenings made in cracked concrete. such as headed studs. The disruption caused disrupted by the crack reduces the loadbearing capacity of the anchor system. Testing and application conditions for anchors are currently being drafted internationally based on the research results of anchor manufacturers and universities. Tensile forces from bending are taken up in a composite construction by suitably sized reinforcement in the form of ribbed steel bars. the loadbearing mechanisms are seriously disrupted because virtually no annular tensile forces can be taken up beyond the edge of the crack. The reduction factor which can be used for the ultimate tensile loads of anchor fastenings made in cracked concrete as opposed to non-cracked concrete may be assumed to be 0.

To ensure that an anchor fastening remains suitable for dynamic loading even after cracks appear in the concrete. Pretensioning force in anchor bolts / rods As a structure responds to earthquake ground motion it experiences displacement and consequently deformation of its individual members. Consequently all anchorages intended to transfer earthquake loads should be suitable for use in cracked concrete and their design should be predicted on the assumption that cracks in the concrete will cycle open and closed for the duration of the ground motion. it must be assumed that the pretensioning force in the anchor will decrease and. 10 / 2012 33 . If a crack propagates in a reinforced concrete component after an anchor has been set. the clamping force from the fixture (part fastened) will be reduced (lost). particularly in regions of plastic hinges. the clamping force and pretensioning force in the anchor must be upheld. such as the base of shear wall and joint regions of frames. The statements made above apply primarily to static loading conditions. anchorages in this region where plastic hinging is expected to occur. In the reinforced areas yielding of the reinforcement and cycling of cracks may result in cracks width of several millimetres. Seismic loads and cracked concrete Loss of pretensioning force due to cracks Parts of the structures may be subjected to extreme inelastic deformation. as a result. the clamping force and pretensioning force in an anchor bolt / rod play a major role. no theoretical relationship between ultimate tensile loads and different crack widths has been given.Base materials Since international testing conditions for anchors are based on the abovementioned crack widths. Suitable measures to achieve this can be sets of springs or similar devices. For this reason. should be avoided unless apposite design measures are taken. This deformation leads to the formation and opening of cracks in members. If the loading is dynamic. The properties of this fastening for dynamic loading will then have deteriorated. Qualification procedures for anchors do not currently anticipate such large crack widths.

that the characteristic value of action does not exceed the recommend load value. leading to a recommended load.g.Anchor design Anchor design Safety concept Depending on the application and the anchor type one of the following two concepts can be applied: For anchors for use in concrete having an European Technical Approval (ETA) the partial safety factor concept according to the European Technical Approval Guidelines ETAG 001 or ETAG 020 shall be applied. that the value of design actions does not exceed the value of the design resistance: Sd ≤ Rd.4. mean ultimate resistance Sd for material (anchor. For the characteristic resistance given in the respective ETA. using an overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1. creep behaviour and other environmental or application conditions are already considered. durability. In addition to the design resistance. reduction factors due to e. With a global safety factor all environmental and application conditions for action and resistance are considered. durability) characteristic partial safety resistance (ETA) factor design action characteristic value of action Rd partial safety factors for action action Global safety factor concept For the global safety factor concept it has to be shown. in this manual recommended loads are given. service temperature. base material) design resistance recommended load resistance mean ultimate resistance 5% fractile characteristic resistance (basic value) global safety factor recommended load characteristic value of action action resistance 10 / 2012 . Partial safety factor concept 34 5% fractile environmental conditions (temperature. The characteristic resistance given in the tables is the 5% fractile value obtained from test results under standard test conditions. It has to be shown. freeze/thaw.

the results are on the save side. Additional design rules for redundant fastenings are given in Part 6 of ETAG 001. Redundant fastenings with plastic anchors Design rules for redundant fastings with plastic anchors for use in concrete and masonry for non-structural applications are given in Annex C of ETAG 020. the load values given in the section “resistance to fire” should be observed. group of anchors with more than four anchors close to the edge or more than eight anchors far away from the edge. The values are valid for a single anchor. The additional design rules for redundant fastenings are considered in this manual. e.Anchor design Design methods Metal anchors for use in concrete according ETAG 001 The design methods for metal anchors for use in concrete are described in detail in Annex C of the European Technical Approval guideline ETAG 001 and for bonded anchors with variable embedment depth in EOTA Technical Report TR 029. Hilti design software PROFIS Anchor For a more complex and accurate design according to international and national guidelines and for applications beyond the guidelines. The results can be different from the calculations according to this manual. The design method given in this Anchor Fastening Technology Manual is based on these guidelines. environmental conditions) are observed.g. Tables with basic load values and influecing factors and the calculation method are given for each anchor in the respective section. The following methods can be used for design using PROFIS Anchor: - ETAG - CEN/TS - ACI 318-08 - CSA (Canadian standard) - Solution for Fastening (Hilti internal design method) 10 / 2012 35 . as long as the application conditions (e. base material. the Hilti design software PROFIS Anchor yields customised fastening solutions.g.e. i. Resistance to fire When resistance to fire has to be considered. The calculations according to this manual are simplified and lead to conservative results. Anchors for use in other base materials and for special applications If no special calculation method is given. the basic load values given in this manual are valid. geometrie.

Annex C or EOTA Technical Report TR 029.c - Design splitting resistance NRd.s / γMs * NRk. it is recommended to use the anchor design software PROFIS anchor) The design method is based on the following simplification: No different loads are acting on individual anchors (no eccentricity) The differences to the design method given in the guideline are shown in the following. The calculated design loads are then on the save side: They will be lower than the exact values according ETAG 001.p - Design concrete cone resistance NRd.Anchor design Simplified design method Simplified version of the design method A according ETAG 001.p: characteristic pull-out resistance * γMp: partial safety factor for pull-out failure * ψc: influence of concrete strength * Values given in the relevant ETA NRd. (The method may also be applied for anchor groups with more than two anchors or more than one edge.s: characteristic steel resistance Simplified design method ** NRd.sp Design steel resistance NRd.p: Basic design pull-out resistance ** fB: influence of concrete strength ** Values given in the respective tables in this manual NRd.p for anchors designed according Annex C of ETAG 001 Annex C of ETAG 001 and relevant ETA Simplified design method = (NRk. Annex C of ETAG 001 and EOTA TR 029 compared to simplified design Design tensile resistance The design tensile resistance is the lower value of - Design steel resistance NRd.p ⋅ fB ** N0Rd.p 36 0 10 / 2012 . Annex C.s Annex C of ETAG 001 / EOTA TR 029 and relevant ETA NRd.p = N Rd.s ** Value given in the respective tables in this manual * γMs: partial safety factor for steel failure * Values given in the relevant ETA Design pull-out resistance NRd. To avoid this.p / γMp) ⋅ ψc * NRk.s - Design pull-out resistance (Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance for bonded anchors) NRd.s = NRk. The influencing factors must then be considered for each edge distance and spacing. Design resistance according data given in the relevant European Technical Approval (ETA) Influence of concrete strength Influence of edge distance Influence of spacing Valid for a group of two anchors.

Np (see TR 029) is assumed to be 1 and the critical anchor spacing is assumed to be scr.p: influence of concrete strength ** f1. The basis of the calculations may depend on the critical anchor spacing).Np = ψ 0 g.Np ⋅ ⋅ ψec.Np: influence of dense reinforcement * ψc: influence of concrete strength * d: anchor diameter * hef: (variable) embedment depth * τRk: s: scr.Np ⋅ ψre.N / A0p.N: influence of edge distance ** f3.Np) 0.Np = 20 ⋅ d ⋅ (ττRk.cube) ] } ≥ 1 scr.Np: influence of excentricity + ψre.Np – (s / scr.p ψg.p / γMp) ⋅ (Ap.Np = n0. f2.5 ⋅ {(d ⋅ τRk)/[k ⋅ (hef ⋅ fck.Np ⋅ ψg.Np: influence of the disturbance of the distribution of stresses due to edges + ψec.p ⋅ fre.Np = 3 ⋅ hef.N) ⋅ ψs.ucr: characteristic bond resistance for non-cracked concrete * Values given in the relevant ETA + Values have to be calculated according data given in the relavant ETA (details of calculation see TR 029.N: influence area of an individual anchor with large spacing and edge distance at the concrete surface (idealised) + Ap.ucr / 7.5 – 1) ⋅ 0.N: actual influence area of the anchorage at the concrete surface.Np: n: characteristic bond resistance anchor spacing critical anchor spacing number of anchors in a anchor group k: = 2.N ⋅ fh.5 1. limited by overlapping areas of adjoining anchors and by edges of the concrete member For the simplified design method the factor ψg.5)0.p: influence of (variable) embedment depth ** fre.3 in cracked cocrete = 3.N: influence of dense reinforcement ** Values given in the respective tables in this manual NRd.2 in non-cracked cocrete fck.N ⋅ f2.p ⋅ f1. 10 / 2012 37 .p: Basic design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance ** fB.N ** N0Rd.5 – (n0.N: influence of anchor spacing ** fh.p ⋅ fB.p = π ⋅ d ⋅ hef ⋅ τRk NRd.p for bonded anchors designed according EOTA TR 029 EOTA TR 029 and relevant ETA Simplified design method = (N0Rk.Np ⋅ (ψ ψ – 1) ≥ 1 ψ0g.p = N0Rd. both leading to conservative results = beeing on the save side.cube: concrete compressive strength * τRk. + ψs.5 ≤ 3 ⋅ hef * γMp: partial safety factor for combined pull-out and concrete cone failure 0 + A p.5 0 g.N.N ⋅ f3.Anchor design Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance NRd.Np ⋅ ψc 0 where N Rk.

1 for anchorages in non-cracked concrete fck.N ⋅ fre. limited by overlapping concrete cones of adjoining anchors and by edges of the concrete member + ψs.N ⋅ ψre.N ⋅ f3.N: influence of dense reinforcement ** Values given in the respective tables in this manual spacing + Ac.c ψec.N: and edge distance at the concrete surface (idealised) actual area of concrete cone of the anchorage at the concrete surface.c Annex C of ETAG 001 / EOTA TR 029 and relevant ETA = (N0Rk.N: k1: influence of dense reinforcement influence of excentricity = 7.N / A0c.N ⋅ ⋅ NRd.N: influence of edge distance ** f3.N) ⋅ ψs.N ** N0Rd.c = N0Rd.N where N0Rk.c = k1 ⋅ fck.5 ⋅ hef1.N: + ψec.N.N: influence of embedment depth ** fre.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.N ⋅ fh.c / γMc) ⋅ (Ac.5 * γMc: partial safety factor for concrete + A0c.N: failure area of concrete cone of an individual anchor with large cone Simplified design method NRd.2 for anchorages in cracked concrete = 10.cube: concrete compressive strength * hef: effective anchorage depth * Values given in the relevant ETA + Values have to be calculated according data given in the relavant ETA (details of calculation see Annex C of ETAG 001 or EOTA TR 029) 38 10 / 2012 .N: influence of anchor spacing ** fh.c: Basic design concrete cone resistance ** fB: influence of concrete strength ** f1. f2.cube0.N ⋅ f2.N: influence of the disturbance of the distribution of stresses due to edges + ψre.Anchor design Design concrete cone resistance NRd.

N for splitting failure may be different from those for concrete cone failure.cube ⋅ hef 1.N: k1: influence of dense reinforcement influence of excentricity = 7.sp: influence of edge distance f3.sp.sp ⋅ f3.c / γMc) ⋅ (Ac.N / A0c.N ⋅ ⋅ ψec.cube: concrete compressive strength * hef: embedment depth * Values given in the relevant ETA + Values have to be calculated according data given in the relavant ETA (details of calculation see Annex C of ETAG 001 or EOTA TR 029) 0 ++ Values of A c.N: influence of base material thickness (concrete member depth) ** fre.N N0Rd.N: and edge distance at the concrete surface (idealised) actual area of concrete cone of the anchorage at the concrete surface.N: influence of dense reinforcement ** Values given in the respective tables in this manual NRd.sp Annex C of ETAG 001 / EOTA TR 029 and relevant ETA NRd.sp: influence of anchor spacing f h.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.c: Basic design concrete cone resistance fB : influence of concrete strength f1. due to different values for the critical edge distance and critical anchor spacing 10 / 2012 39 .N: and by edges of the concrete member influence of the disturbance of the distribution of stresses due to edges + ψre.sp ⋅ f2.N ⋅ ψre.N: failure area of concrete cone of an individual anchor with large cone spacing ++ Ac.1 for anchorages in non-cracked concrete + ψh.sp 0 Rk.sp: influence of the actual member depth fck.c where N 0. f2.2 for anchorages in cracked concrete = 10.sp ⋅ f h.N) ⋅ ψs.sp = (N0Rk.N ⋅ fre. limited by overlapping concrete cones of adjoining Simplified design method N0Rd.Anchor design Design concrete splitting resistance NRd.sp = ** ** ** ** ** anchors + ψs.N: + ψec.5 = k1 ⋅ fck.N ⋅ ψh.5 * γMc: partial safety factor for concrete ++ 0 A c.N and Ac.

c *** NRd.c: characteristic tension resistance for concrete cone failure (see design concrete cone failure) ** k: influence of embedment depth ** Value given in the respective tables in this manual cone failure (see design concrete cone failure) * k: influence of embedment depth * Values given in the relevant ETA 40 10 / 2012 .Anchor design Design shear resistance The design shear resistance is the lower value of - Design steel resistance VRd.cp / γMp/Mc) = k ⋅ NRd.c Design steel resistance VRd.c NRd.Design concrete edge resistance VRd.c / γMc NRk.s (without lever arm) Annex C of ETAG 001 / EOTA TR 029 and relevant ETA VRd.s = VRk.cp .s / γMs * VRk.cp = (VRk.s: characteristic steel resistance * γMs: partial safety factor for steel failure * Values given in the relevant ETA For steel failure with lever arm see Annex C of ETAG 001 or EOTA TR 029 Simplified design method ** VRd.cp for anchors designed according Annex C of ETAG 001 Annex C of ETAG 001 and relevant ETA VRd.s ** Value given in the respective tables in this manual Steel failure with lever arm is not considered for the simplified design method Design concrete pryout resistance VRd.c: characteristic tension resistance for * γMc: concrete cone failure (see design concrete cone failure) partial safety factor for concrete Simplified design method VRd.s - Design concrete pryout resistance VRd.c = NRk.cp = k ⋅ NRd.

p: = NRk.c / γMc characteristic tension resistance for combined pull-out and concrete cone failure (see design combined pullout NRk.cp Simplified design method = (VRk.p = NRk.p and NRd.c: characteristic tension resistance for concrete cone failure (see design concrete cone failure) ** k: influence of embedment depth ** Values given in the respective tables in this manual and concrete cone failure) characteristic tension resistance for * γMp: * γMc: concrete cone failure (see design concrete cone failure) partial safety factor for combined pull-out and concrete cone failure (see design combined pull-out and concrete cone failure) partial safety factor for concrete cone failure (see design concrete cone failure) * k: influence of embedment depth * Values given in the relevant ETA 10 / 2012 41 .cp = k ⋅ lower value of NRd.Anchor design Design concrete pryout resistance VRd.c NRd.c NRd.p and NRd.p: characteristic tension resistance for combined pull-out and concrete cone failure (see design combined pull-out and concrete cone failure) NRk.c NRd.cp for bonded anchors designed according EOTA TR 029 EOTA TR 029 and relevant ETA VRd.cp / γMp/Mc) = k ⋅ lower value of NRd.p / γMp NRd.c: VRd.

leading to conservative results = beeing on the save side. if all anchors are equally loaded.V / A0c. + ψs. s2.V ⋅ ψec.2 β = 0.V: failure area of concrete cone of an individual anchor at the lateral concrete surface not affected by edges (idealised) actual area of concrete cone of anchorage at the lateral concrete surface.V ⋅ ψre.Anchor design Design concrete edge resistance VRd.V: by edges of the concrete member and by member thickness influence of the disturbance of the distribution of stresses due to further edges + ψh.V: ++ ψec.V / A0c.V: + Ac.5 α = 0.V 1.1 ⋅ (hef / c1) 0.2 ≥ 1. This can be achieved by filling the annular gaps with a high performance injection mortar (e.V ⋅ ψh.V: k1: Where s1.5 where V Rk.V ++ ψα. limited by overlapping concrete cones of adjoining V0Rd. takes account of the fact that the shear resistance does not decrease proportially to the memebr thickness as assumed by the idealised ratio Ac. Hilti HIT-RE 500SD or Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX.V: Special case: more than 2 anchors close to an edge For a group of anchors f4 can be calculated according to the following equation.V ⋅ ⋅ ψα.7 for anchorages in cracked concrete = 2. c2.4 for anchorages in non-cracked concrete * d: anchor diameter fck.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc V0Rd. … sn-1 ≤ 3 c And c2. anchors.V) ⋅ ψs.cube: concrete compressive strength c1: edge distance * Values given in the relevant ETA + Values have to be calculated according data given in the relavant ETA (details of calculation see Annex C of ETAG 001 or EOTA TR 029) ++ Details see Annex C of ETAG 001 or EOTA TR 029 42 10 / 2012 .1.cube ⋅ c1 0.c * γMc: partial safety factor for concrete edge + A0c.5 0 0.5 c Influence of angle between load applied and the direction perpendicular to the free edge influence of excentricity influence of reinforcement = 1.c: Basic design concrete edge resistance fB : influence of concrete strength fß : Influence of angle between load applied and the direction perpendicular to the free edge ** f h: Influence of base material thickness ** f4: Influence of anchor spacing and edge distance ** f hef: influence of embedment depth ** fc: influence of edge distance ** Values given in the respective tables in this manual The factors f hef and fc replace the function dα ⋅ hefβ.c = k1 ⋅ dα ⋅ hefβ ⋅ fck.1 ⋅ (d / c1) VRd.c = ** ** ** VRd.c Annex C of ETAG 001 / EOTA TR 029 and relevant ETA Simplified design method = (V0Rk.g.V: ++ ψre.c / γMc) ⋅ (Ac.

5 for all other failure modes 10 / 2012 α = 1.0 if NRd and VRd are governed by steel failure Failure mode is not considered for the simplified method α = 1.5 for all failure modes (leading to conservative results = beeing on the save side) 43 .Anchor design Combined tension and shear loading The following equations must be satisfied ßN ≤ 1 With ßN = NSd / NRd and ßV = VSd / VRd ßV ≤ 1 ßN + ßV ≤ 1.2 or ßNα + ßVα ≤ 1 NSd (VSd) = tension (shear) design action NRd (VRd) = tension (shear) design resistance Annex C of ETAG 001 Simplified design method α = 2.

Np hef = 70 mm ccr. 44 10 / 2012 .3 hef h = 100 mm hef = 105 mm ccr.Design example Design example Adhesive anchoring system with variable embedment depth in non-cracked concrete Anchoring conditions concrete Non-cracked concrete C50/60 service temperature temperature range II range of base material Group of two anchors close to the edge number of anchors base material thickness h 100 mm anchor spacing s 150 mm edge distance c 100 mm shear load direction perpendicular to free edge 0° β NSd TENSION design action (fixing point) 15.Np = 1.N = scr. concrete cone.0 hef 70 mm critical spacing for splitting failure ccr. the design resistance values given in the tables are valid for one anchor.sp = 1.1.5 kN 70 mm Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with HIT-V 5.N and critical edge distance for combined pull-out and concrete cone failure ccr.8 h for h ≥ 2 hef ccr.sp = 2.5 kN 7.8. splitting.typ 110 mm typical anchorage depth minimum edge distance smin 60 mm minimum spacing cmin 60 mm The parameters are given in the anchor-section in the tables “setting details” and “setting parameters” (for HIT-RE 500-SD with HIT-V 5.N = ccr.8. size M12) Critical spacings and edge distances critical spacing for concrete cone failure scr.26 hef for 1. size M12 d 12 mm hef. pryout and concrete edge design resistance must be verified for the anchor group.0 kN SHEAR design action (fixing point) VSd TENSION design action per anchor SHEAR design action per anchor (1) NSd VSd(1) effective anchorage depth hef anchor external diameter 15.sp = 4.6 hef .3 hef < h < 2 hef ccr.5 hef = critical edge distance for splitting failure for h ≤ 1.sp = 142 mm 284 mm General remarks According EOTA Technical Report TR 029.43 → ccr.0 kN 7.N and critical spacing for combined pull-out and concrete cone failure scr.Np hef = scr. According to the simplified design method given in this Fastening Technology Manual all anchors of a group are loaded equally.sp = 142 mm h/hef = 1.sp = scr. combined concrete cone and pull-out.Np = 3 hef = 70 mm 210 mm critical edge distance for concrete cone failure ccr. Steel design resistance must be verified for the most unfavourable anchor of the anchor group.sp = 2 ccr.

c Non-cracked concrete C50/60 fB hef. 32.0 kN See “basic design tensile resistance” (for HIT-RE 500-SD with HIT-V 5.typ = 110 mm 1.N fh.5 fh. size M12) 1.85 s = 150 mm hef = 70 mm scr.00 21.N 0.N = (hef/hef. Tension design resistance: lowest value 10 / 2012 NRd = 15.N 0.p Non-cracked concrete C50/60 fB.55 = 0. size M12) 1.09 0.N = 210 mm s/scr.4 kN 1.sp = 0.N 0.97 s = 150 mm hef = 70 mm scr.8.N f2.sp = 142 mm c/ccr.sp fre.4 kN See “basic design tensile resistance” (for HIT-RE 500-SD with HIT-V 5.c fB fh.53 → f3.N = 105 mm c/ccr.N = 0.8.s = Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance basic resistance N0Rd. size M12) and “influencing factors” (for HIT-RE 500-SD with HIT-V 5.N = 105 mm c/ccr.91 c = 100 mm ccr.typ = 110 mm 28.00 17.70 → f2.typ = 110 mm 1.N → fre.76 NRd.c = N0Rd.N = (hef/hef.sp = N0Rd.00 15.8.N = Design splitting resistance basic resistance concrete hef = 70 mm N0Rd.typ) 1.N = See “basic design tensile resistance” (for HIT-RE 500-SD with HIT-V 5.86 0 NRd.sp f3.N = Design concrete cone resistance basic resistance concrete hef = 70 mm N0Rd.99 c = 100 mm ccr.N = 210 mm s/scr.N 0.sp 0.N f1.51 f1.typ) 1.1 kN 32.N 0.sp f2.55 = 0.95 → f2.N → fre.sp = 0.99 c = 100 mm ccr.86 NRd.p = N Rd.Design example Tension loading Design steel resistance NRd.p = hef/hef.N fre.N f1.0 kN 45 .sp = 284 mm s/scr.8.9 kN See “basic design tensile resistance” (for HIT-RE 500-SD with HIT-V 5.p fB.c Non-cracked concrete C50/60 fB hef.N 0.8. size M12) and “influencing factors” (for HIT-RE 500-SD with HIT-V 5.N = 0. size M12) 29. size M12) 1.1 kN Influencing factors may be interpolated.sp → fre.N = 0.64 f1.0 kN Influencing factors may be interpolated.N f3.5 fh.p f1.c fB fh.71 → f3.97 s = 150 mm hef = 70 mm scr.8.71 → f3.N 0.N = 0.p fre.N f3.sp 0.51 f1.N f2.typ = hef = 70 mm hef.p concrete fh.95 → f2.

5 1.c hef = 0 V = → k VRd. Annex C.43 → f4 s/hef = 2.2 and β N ≤ 1.s = Concrete pryout design resistance lower value of NRd. size M12) 2 34.82 0° c = 100 mm hef = 70 mm hef = 70 mm 16.55 → fβ 1.6 0. β V ≤ 1 (Eq.0 kN VRd = 12. 2) 0.8 kN 1.4 0.5 + (β V) 1.00 h/c = 1.5 kN NRd = 46 (1) 0 0.28 → fhef c/d = 8.8 0.2 Example (load values are valid for one anchor) (1) NSd = (1) VSd = β N = NSd /NRd = 0.3 kN (β N) 1.8 1 1.3 kN The following equation must be satisfied for combined tension and shear loads: 1. size M12) and “influencing factors” (for HIT-RE 500-SD with HIT-V 5.6 kN 1.6 0.8. 0.112 ≤ 1.2 10 / 2012 .p and NRd. the following simplified equation may be applied: β N + β V ≤ 1.Design example Shear loading Design steel resistance VRd.1 kN See “basic design shear resistance” (for HIT-RE 500-SD with HIT-V 5. 2) βN Combined tension and shear loading 1.2 1 (Eq.500 ≤1 7. size M12) and “influencing factors” (for HIT-RE 500-SD with HIT-V 5.c = V0Rd.14 0.cp = k V0 = 70 mm Concrete edge design resistance basic resistance V0Rd.97 VRd. size M12) 17.5 (Eq.8.67 12.c Non-cracked concrete C50/60 fB concrete shear load direction perpendicular to free edge h = 100 mm c = 100 mm s = 150 mm hef = 70 mm c= 100 mm d= 12 mm d= 12 mm See “basic design shear resistance” (for HIT-RE 500-SD with HIT-V 5.4 0.3 kN Shear design resistance: lowest value VRd = 12.2 0.8.c fB fß fh f4 fhef fc = See “basic design shear resistance” (for HIT-RE 500-SD with HIT-V 5.8. 1) (Eq.83 0.2 0.5 kN β V = VSd(1)/VRd = βN + βV = 0.00 → fh c/hef = 1.33 → fc hef/d = 5. size M12) Influencing factors may be interpolated.8.832 ≤1 15.3 kN 11.5 = βV 0 7.612 ≤1 1. 1) (βN) + (βV) ≤ 1 βN (βV ) ratio between design action and design resistance for tension (shear) loading According to ETAG 001.

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45 microns Insulating materials Dacromet / plastic. beams Dry inside rooms. columns. A4 (316) steels Town / city atmosphere: High SO2 and Nox contents. open inside rooms or open halls / sheds A4 (316) steels. fire escapes Facades / roofing Profiled metal sheets. curtain wall cladding. no condensation Galvanised 5-10 microns Rural atmosphere (without emissions) Inside application Galvanised 5-10 microns Outside application Hot-dipped galvanised / sherardized min. site fixtures. suspended ceilings. combined with industrial atmosphere Inside application Galvanised 5-10 microns Outside application Hilti-HCR Insulating materials Hilti-HCR Initial/carcass construction Composite construction Interior finishing Drywalls. facade support framing 48 10 / 2012 . 45 microns Frequent and long-lasting condensation (greenhouses).Corrosion Corrosion Material recommendations to counteract corrosion Application General conditions Recommendations Temporary fastening: Forming. scaffolding Outside and inside applications Galvanised or coated Structural fastening: Brackets. possibly hot-dipped galvanised Protection due to alkalinity of concrete Galvanised 5-10 microns Dry inside rooms. chlorides from road salt can accumulate/ concentration on parts not weathered directly Inside application Galvanised 5-10 microns Outside application Hot-dipped galvanised / sherardized min. doors. 45 microns. railings / fences. insulation fastenings. windows. no condensation Galvanised 5-10 microns Damp inside rooms with occasional condensation due to high humidity and temperature fluctuations Hot-dipped galvanised / sherardized min. elevators. Hilti-HCR if chlorides exist Insulating materials A4 (316) steels Industrial atmosphere: High SO2 content and other corrosive substances (without halides) Inside application Galvanised 5-10 microns Outside application A4 (316) steels Insulating materials A4 (316) steels Coastal atmosphere: High content of chlorides.

e. lighting. poorly ventilated rooms. dock / harbour Industry / chemical industry Conduit installation. no condensation Galvanised 5-10 microns Damp inside rooms. connecting structures Tunnel construction Tunnel foils / sheeting. 45 microns Frequent and long-lasting condensation (greenhouses). nonenclosed inside rooms or open sheds / buildings A4 (316) steels. often a superimposed "industrial atmosphere" or changes of oil / sea water Hilti-HCR On the platform / rig A4 (316) steels Dry inside rooms Galvanised 5-10 microns Corrosive inside rooms. traffic signs. fastenings in laboratories. cable runs. connecting structures. cable runs. chlorides. 4-5% Mo Frequently heavy exposure to road salt. cellar / basement shafts.g. very corrosive vapours A4 (316) steels. Hilti-HCR Outside applications. galvanising / plating plants etc. very heavy exposure to SO2 and additional corrosive substances (only acidic surroundings) A4 (316) steels Dry inside rooms Galvanised 5-10 microns Outside applications. barriers. tunnel wall cladding / lining. cable runs. temporary fastenings Hot-dipped galvanised High humidity. 45 microns. occasional condensation due to high humidity and temperature fluctuations Hot-dipped galvanised / sherardized min. conveyors. crash barriers / guard rails. A4 (316) steels. traffic signs. noise-insulating walls. highly relevant to safety Hilti HCR Secondary relevance for safety Duplex steel. Duplex steel or austenitic steel with approx. lighting. lighting Power plants Fastenings relevant to safety 10 / 2012 49 . poss.. aerials Industrial equipment: Crane rails. Dock/harbour/port facilities / off-shore rigs Fastenings to quaysides. machine fastening Road and bridge construction Conduit installation. air ducts. possibly hot-dipped galvanised Directly weathered (chlorides are regularly washed off) Hot-dipped galvanised / sherardized min. etc. very heavy exposure to SO2 A4 (316) steels Installations Conduit installation.Corrosion Application General conditions Recommendations Dry inside rooms. ceiling suspensions. A4 (316) steels Highly relevant to safety Hilti-HCR Secondary relevance for safety. reinforcing mesh. air ducts Electrical systems: Runs.

guard rails. municipal sewage / waste water. 45 microns A4 (316) steels In top section of stack. for example. lightening conductors Sewage / waste water treatment Conduit installation. many wet and dry cycles Hilti-HCR Fastenings relevant to safety Hilti-HCR In rural atmosphere Hot-dipped galvanised / sherardized min. industrial waste water Hilti-HCR Large amounts of chlorides (road salt) carried in by vehicles. service ladders. handrails. connecting structures etc Multi-storey car parks Fastening of. 45 microns A4 (316) steels Inaccessible fastenings A4 (316) steels Smokestacks of waste incineration plants Fastening of. balustrades Indoor swimming pools Fastening of. for example. 45 microns A4 (316) steels Underwater applications. service ladders. condensation of acids and often high chloride and other halide concentrations Hilti-HCR In the atmosphere. handrails. for example. Hot-dipped galvanised/sherardized min. handrails. high humidity. seats. suspended ceilings Sports grounds / facilities / stadiums Fastening of. for example. cable runs. fences 50 10 / 2012 . 45 microns In town / city atmosphere Hot-dipped galvanised / sherardized min. sewage / digester gases etc.Corrosion Application General conditions Recommendations In lower section of stack Hot-dipped galvanised/sherardized min.

Galvanised Slightly or no corrosion of fastener Heavy corrosion of fastener Moderate corrosion of fastener 51 . steel Aluminiul alloy Cadmium coating Structural steel Cast steel Chromium steel CrNi(Mo) steel Copper Brass ○ ● ● 10 / 2012 Hot-dipped galvanised Aluminium alloy Structural steel Stainless steel Brass ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ● ● ● ● ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ○ ● ● ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ○ ○ ● ● ● ● ● ○ part Zinc Tin El. Metal couples Fastener Fastened Hot-dipped galv. It also shows which two metals in contact are permissible in field practice and which should rather be avoided.-chem.Corrosion The following table shows the suitability of the respective metal couple.

technical data is published and an evaluation technical report (ESR) is released. for the suitable anchors. fatigue. Dynamic actions The main difference between static and dynamic loads is the effectiveness of inertia and damping forces. fatigue.Seismic. shock) Dynamic design for anchors Detailed informations are available from your local Hilti partner or in the brochures: Hilti engineering for earthquake applications. suitability tests for tension and shear are carried out according to ACI 355. 2001 Actions Common engineering design usually focuses around static loads. Additionally. Hilti AG. the concentration of valuable assets in urban centers and society’s dependence on a functioning infrastructure demand a better understanding of the risks posed by earthquakes. As a consequence of this procedure. where static simplification may cause severe misjudgement and usually under-design of important structures.2 with the ICC acceptance criteria AC193 and AC308. Typical Dynamic Actions Dynamic actions can generally be classified into 3 different groups: • • • Seismic loads Fatigue loads Shock loads Seismic loads Earthquakes An increasing population density. In view of this. 52 10 / 2012 . shock Dynamic loads (seismic. anchors subjected to seismic loading shall be designed and additionally pre-qualified for seismic load scenarios. Hilti AG. This multilevel approach helps to capture the complexity of anchored system behaviour under seismic conditions. machines. 2011 Dynamic Design for Anchors. Anchors suitability under seismic loading For a properly designed fastening. Temperature Material behaviour under static The material behaviour under static loads is described essentially by the strength (tensile and compressive) and the elastic-plastic behaviour of the loading material. The development of pre-qualification methods to evaluate building products for seismic conditions additionally contributes to safer buildings for generations to come. Hilti’s seismic research includes detailed investigation of product performance under simulated seismic conditions and full-scale system testing. These properties are generally determined by carrying out simple tests with specimens. Wind. In several areas around the globe. These forces result from induced acceleration and must be taken into account when determining section forces and anchoring forces. This chapter is intended to point out those cases. these risks have been reduced through appropriate building codes and state of the art construction practices. Static loads Static loads can be segregated as follows: • • • • • • Own (dead) weight Permanent actions Loads of non-loadbearing components Changing actions working loads (fitting / furnishing . ”normal“ wear) Snow.

Typical seismic applications For a sound seismic design of a post-installed anchorage the first step begins with the correct definition of the acting loads. These elements failure can severely compromise the building/structure functionality or repair costs after a seismic event. Seismic anchor design regulations landscape Following the same design flow.2 with ICC-ES AC193 and AC308) provide sound data in a proper format for design. After a strong or design earthquake occasion. in Europe the action definition is available through the EN 1998:2004 (Eurocode 8) and the resistance evaluation can be defined by the CEN/TS 1992-4:2009.Seismic. In the United States ASCE/SEI 7-05 establishes the provisions for the definition of the seismic action. By an in-depth analysis and comparison of the code regulations on both continents it is possible to establish a plain harmonization. When evaluating actions causing fatigue also the planned or anticipated fastening life expectancy is of major importance. fatigue. However. a designer will be recommended to reference to most recent published design approach. (ACI 355. In addition to an engineers focus on the anchoring of structural elements. it is crucial for an adequate seismic design to attend to non-load bearing and non-structural elements. A comparison of ASCE/SEI 7-05 and Eurocode 8 in terms of the design spectrum. 10 / 2012 Fatigue 53 . After an earthquake Fatigue loads If an anchor is subjected to a sustained load that changes with respect to time. Appendix D. the anchor’s seismic pre-qualification testing description is still under development. as well as standard anchorage applications that exist both in seismic and non-seismic geographies. Engineering judgment on the design procedure The above mentioned design exercise is presently the only available and fully operational code based procedure in Europe and can as such be considered state-of-the-art. the ultimate loading capacity of an anchor is considerably reduced (30 to 80% of the original resistance). shock Seismic anchorage applications can include strengthening or retrofitting an existing structure. Therefore. seismic base shear force and also the load combinations concept to account for earthquake action allows for a sound recommendation of this approach. Proper inspection shall then be carried to ensure the level of performance not only for a future earthquake but also to guaranty the load combinations for static loading. the European framework is not yet harmonized in order to allow the design of a post-installed anchorage under seismic conditions. the resistance evaluation may utilize the provisions and technical reports existing in the United States. Upon the development of pre-qualification criteria and technical data for the seismic design of anchors in Europe. and the anchor performance shall be evaluated in accordance with ACI 318-08. to consent in Europe the design of anchors subjected to seismic action. it can fail after a certain number of load cycles even though the upper limit of the load withstood up to this time is clearly lower than the ultimate tensile strength under static loading. Under seismic loading the performance of an anchored connection is crucial either to the stability of a structure or in order to avoid major casualties and/or economical impacts consequence of non-structural elements collapse. created in accordance with published testing procedures and acceptance criteria. As such. Pre-qualification reports. This loss of strength is referred to as material fatigue.

has no direct effect on the loadbearing behaviour. protection nets. shock Material behaviour under fatigue impact The grade and quality of steel has a considerable influence on the alternating strength. ventilators. As the probability of such a phenomenon to occur during the life expectancy of the building components concerned is comparably small. avalanches and explosions. elevators. the final strength (i. fatigue. Examples of Shock Loading Shock loads are mostly unusual loading situations.g. 54 10 / 2012 .Seismic. more recent investigations show that the base material (cracked or non-cracked concrete).). The fatigue strength of concrete is directly dependent on the grade of concrete. plastic deformations of fasteners and structural members are permitted according to the pre-qualification criteria.e. Shock Testing Load increase times in the range of milliseconds can be simulated during tests on servo-hydraulic testing equipment. which are attributable to the aggregates hindering shrinkage of the cement paste. The following main effects can then be observed: • Deformation is greater when the breaking load is reached • The energy absorbed by an anchor is also much higher • Breaking loads are of roughly the same magnitude during static loading and shock-loading tests In this respect. etc. even though sometimes they are the only loading case a structure is designed for (e. 25-35% of the static strength. after 2 million load cycles or more) is approx.). however. Examples for Fatigue Loads Two main groups of fatigue type loading can be identified: • • Vibration type loading of fasteners with very high recurrence and usually low amplitude (e. Concrete strength is reduced to about 55 – 65% of the initial strength after 2’000’000 load cycles. concrete already has micro-cracks in the zone of contact of the aggregates and the cement paste. production machinery. Repeated loading and unloading of structures with high loads and frequent recurrence (cranes. etc. Shock loads Shock Shock-like phenomena have a very short duration and generally tremendously high forces which. robots. In the non-loaded state. ship or aeroplane impacts and falling rocks. In the case of structural and heat-treatable steels.). only occur as individual peaks. etc.g. crash barriers.

Uneven shear load distribution row of load-bearing anchors edge of concrete member V row of non load-bearing anchors Concrete failure surface The second row of anchors can be activated only after a considerable slip of the anchoring plate. which permits HIT injection adhesive to be dispensed into the clearance hole.Seismic. the gap between anchor shaft and clearance hole has an important role. a spherical washer. shock Dynamic set for shear resistance upgrade If a multiple-anchor fastening is loaded towards the edge of a concrete member (shear load). The effect of the clearance hole gap on the internal load distribution increases if the shear load direction changes during the service life. Improvements with Dynamic Set Spherical washer: Reduces bending moment acting on anchor shaft not set at right angles and thus increases the tensile loading capacity. An uneven shear load distribution within the anchors in the fastening is the result as the clearance hole is always larger than the anchor diameter to ensure an easy installation. Lock nut: Prevents loosening of the nut and thus lifting of the anchoring plate away from the concrete in case of cyclic loading. M20 10 / 2012 55 . M12. fatigue. Design methods take this fact into account by assuming that only the row of anchors nearest to the concrete edge takes up all shear load. To make anchors suitable for alternating shear loads. Activating the second row of anchors Dynamic Set perspective Injection washer Injection washer: plan view spherical washer nut lock nut Fills clearance hole and thus guarantees that the load is uniformly distributed among all anchors. This slip normally takes place after the edge failure of the outside row. a nut and a lock nut. Hilti developed the so called Dynamic Set. Delivery programme Dynamic Set: M10. M16. This consists of a special washer.

A series of experiments has verified this assumption. The injection and the Dynamic Set resulted in a continuous load increase until the whole multiple fastening fails. An example from this test programme.Seismic. When carrying out a simple fastening design. shock Shear resistance improvement By using the dynamic set for static fastenings. the shear resistance is improved significantly. The unfavourable situation that only one row of with Dynamic Set anchors takes up all loads no longer exists and the load is distributed uniformly among all anchors. it may be assumed if the Dynamic Set is used the overall load bearing capacity of the multiple fastening is equal to the resistance of the first row of anchors multiplied by the number of rows in the fastening. Standard clearence hole Slotted hole not injected injected Member edge With Dynamic Set (extended Hilti method) Without Dynamic Set (ETAG) The test results show clearly that according to the current practice the second row of anchors takes up the load only after significant deformation of the plate. If injection with the Dynamic Set is used. when the concrete edge has already failed. the ETAG restrictions on more than 6 anchor fastenings can be overcome. 56 10 / 2012 . fatigue. In addition to that it must be checked whether the concrete edge resistance of the farest row is smaller than the above metioned resistance. double fastenings with HVZ M10 anchors with and without the Dynamic Set are shown to compare resulting shear resistance and stiffness.

Seismic. shock 10 / 2012 57 . fatigue.

0 Warringtonfire WF Report No 166402 M10 20.5 6.Resistance to fire Resistance to fire Tested fasteners for passive structural fire prevention Tested according to the international standard temperature curve MFPA Leipzig GmbH Tested according to the international standard temperature curve (ISO 834.4 M10 7.5 M24 43.0 4.0 IBMB Braunschweig UB 3039/8151 Warringtonfire WF Report No 166402 IBMB Braunschweig UB 3039/8151 Warringtonfire WF Report No 166402 IBMB Braunschweig UB 3041/1663-CM Warringtonfire WF Report No 166402 10 / 2012 .5 2.0 M8 3.0 3.2 M16 19.0 14.0 7.0 3.0 7.5 2.4 3.8 7.5 2. loading (kN) for specified fire resistance time (fire resistance time Authority / No.0 10.0 5.6 0.0 M20 25.0 7.3 1.0 7.0 3.3 1.0 5.1 0.0 M12 10.5 1.2) and/or to EOTA Technical Report TR 020 (Evaluation of Anchorages in Concrete concerning Resistance to Fire) Tested when set in cracked concrete and exposed to flames without insulating or protective measures.0 1.0 IBMB Braunschweig UB 3039/8151 M12 30.0 M12 10.8 1.0 3.8 M12 10.6 3. DIN 4102 T.0 15.0 1.0 4.0 9.2 M16 15.0 M10 4.2 M16 15. in minutes) F30 F60 F90 F120 M10 4.0 1.5 2. Anchor / fastener HDA Fire resistance data for F 180 please refer to the test reports HDA-F HDA-R HSL-3 58 Size Max.3 0.0 2.8 1.0 3.4 6.0 2.0 9.2 1.2 M20 30.5 1.0 12.0 3.0 4.9 5.2 1.0 M16 50.3 5.

5 1.5 2. 3041/1663-CM Warringtonfire WF Report No 166402 IBMB Braunschweig report No.7 1.0 1.5 2.4 3.8 7.5 6.5 2.9 1.0 15.9 5.8 M12 10.0 15.0 2.0 M8 1.5 1.5 2.0 1.2 M16 19.1 0.6 1.5 2.5 - M12x60 2.0 0.7 1.5 1.2 M20 30.8 7.0 1.5 M24 43.5 1.0 - M8x40 M8x50 M10x40 M12x60 M8x40 M10x50 M10x60 M12x60 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 1.5 0.0 3.5 1.5 2.3 0.3 0.1 0. 3041/1663-CM Warringtonfire WF Report No 166402 IBMB Braunschweig report No. 3041/1663-CM M10 7.5 1.9 5.2 M8x40 M8x50 1.0 1.0 2.5 5.5 3.5 3.0 20.5 1.5 1.6 0.0 3.0 14.5 - M12x60 3.5 0.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 1.3 0.6 0.5 1.5 2.5 1.3 5. in minutes) F30 F60 F90 F120 M8 3.5 1.5 1.5 M24 43.5 5.0 2.0 8.5 1.5 1. loading (kN) for specified fire resistance time (fire resistance time Authority / No.4 IBMB Braunschweig report No.4 3.0 10.0 1.5 2.5 3.5 1.5 0.9 2.0 IBMB Braunschweig report No.5 2.5 2.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 1.4 M10 4.3 5.0 14.6 3. for other failure modes see ETA-98/0001 59 .5 3.6 3.4 6.0 - M8x40 M10x50 M10x60 1.0 1.5 3.0 3.0 9. 3041/1663-CM Warringtonfire WF Report No 166402 IBMB Braunschweig UB 3177/1722-1 Warringtonfire WF Report No 166402 IBMB Braunschweig UB 3177/1722-1 Warringtonfire WF Report No 166402 IBMB Braunschweig UB 3177/1722-1 Warringtonfire WF Report No 166402 IBMB Braunschweig UB 3177/1722-1 Warringtonfire WF Report No 166402 DIBt Berlin ETA-98/0001 Warringtonfire WF Report No 166402 Data valid for steel failure.0 3.5 0.0 1.0 2.0 10.5 1.0 2.5 1.0 10.5 3.0 M12 10.8 M12 8.5 3.5 - M10x40 1.1 0.0 3.0 3.4 M10 7.5 3.5 2.5 2.5 6.5 2.2 Warringtonfire WF Report No 166402 M8 3.0 1.8 M12 10.5 2.4 6.0 1.2 M16 19.Resistance to fire Anchor / fastener HSL-3-G HSL-3-B HSL-3-SH HSL-3-SK HSC-A HSC-I HSC-AR HSC-IR HST 10 / 2012 Size Max.5 2.5 2.6 0.0 3.2 M20 30.0 1.

45 0.18 WF Report No 166402 HLC-L IBMB Braunschweig PB 3093/517/07-CM 10 (M8) 1.0 M8 4.0 49.2 1.3 M12 17.0 3.4 1.84 1.17 0.8 16(M12) 4.5 1.5 8.75 1.14 4.8 8.20 0.5 1.9 71. in minutes) F30 F60 F90 F120 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 4.57 2.Resistance to fire Anchor / fastener HST-R HST-HCR HSA.6 0.46 0.68 0.14 0.5 21. for other failure modes see report 3215/229/12 IBMB Braunschweig PB 3093/517/07–CM Warringtonfire WF Report No 166402 IBMB Braunschweig PB 3093/517/07-CM Warringtonfire 1.2 12. HSA-BW.36 3.5 2.18 0.67 0.10 2.3 10 (M8) 1.1 30.5 16(M12) 3.2 22. HSA-R HLC-Standard HLC-H Size Max.3 10 (M8 ) 1.8 8.8 Warringtonfire WF Report No 166402 M16 32.9 Data valid for steel failure.1 2.99 0.99 1.7 0.33 0.3 4.9 3.79 WF Report No 172920 10 / 2012 .37 0. for other failure modes see ETA-98/0001 M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 6.9 0.5 (M5) 8 (M6) 10 (M8) 12(M10) 16(M12) 20(M16) 8 (M6) 0.4 12.0 1.29 0.2 2.0 22.0 2.9 3.0 0.5 0.0 4.0 4.0 1.26 0.9 3.7 3.4 1. for other failure modes see ETA-98/0001 IBMB Braunschweig 3215/229/12 Data valid for steel failure.5 DIBt Berlin ETA-98/0001 Warringtonfire WF Report No 166402 Data valid for steel failure.3 4.5 0.0 1.6 1.2 32.99 0.4 5.8 35.5 0.9 11.87 1.37 0.90 0.2 0.0 IBMB Braunschweig PB 3093/517/07-CM Warringtonfire WF Report No 166402 & 0.0 7.9 0.37 0.7 0.6 8.5 51.19 0.8 13.2 7. HSA-R2.9 20.8 17.4 5.5 0.69 3.9 0.3 13.9 0.9 0.37 0.2 0.99 0. loading (kN) for specified fire resistance time (fire resistance time Authority / No.5 12(M10) 3.2 3.10 0.26 2.04 3.5 2.67 0.8 1.0 0.18 0.9 1.6 2.5 0.3 0.58 1.7 DIBt Berlin ETA-98/0001 M10 11.5 Warringtonfire WF Report No 166402 HLC-EC 60 8 (M6) 0.9 13.

0 0.6 0.7 0.4 6x35 0.3 0.5 6 -H 6 1.9 1.5 0.3 4.3 4.0 3.5 0.3 0.9 1.6 2.8 2.3 0.5 6 0.9 1.6 0.0 6.5 0.5 3.0 3. plates and bricks.5 0.3 1.9 1.2 0.4 0.8 0.6 2.5 6x55 8x60 8x80 10x70 10x90 14x70 14x90 1.9 1.8 3.3 -A 6 M6x25 M8x25 M8x30 M8x40 M10x25 M10x30 M10x40 M12x25 M12x50 M16x65 M6x30 M8x30 M10x40 M12x50 0.4 5.9 1. Part 6 DIBt Berlin ETA-08/0307 DIBt Berlin / ETA-10/0005 acc.6 0.5 1.6 0.7 1.0 0.7 1.5 3.3 0.5 0.7 0.6 0.2 0.5 10x85 4. Part 6 DIBt Berlin ETA-06/0047 acc.5 1. in minutes) F30 F60 F90 F120 6x30 0.5 0.0 2.3 1.0 0.5 1.5 3.3 1. Part 6 Warringtonfire WF Report No 166402 61 .8 0.9 1.3 0.7 0.3 2.6 0. data DIBt Berlin / ETA-10/0005 acc.4 2.1-1710 IBMB Braunschweig BB 3707/983/11 Warringtonfire WF Report No 166402 DIBt Berlin ETA-06/0047 acc.4 6x55 1.6 2.3 4.5 0.7 0.3 1.0 3.8 8x75 2.8 0.0 6.5 0.5 0.Resistance to fire Anchor / fastener Size HUS-HR HUS-A/-H/-I/-P HUS HUS (aerated concrete.0 1.5 0.5 0.0 6. Part 6 DIBt Berlin ETA-08/0307 DIBt Berlin Z-21.9 1.8 0.0 2.0 6x35 0.3 4. loading (kN) for specified fire resistance time (fire resistance time Authority / No.7 0.5 0.6 0.5 0.9 1.8 2.8 Hilti Tech.3 1.5 0.3 4.3 0.4 0.0 0.2 1.2 1.5 1.5 -A 6 0.9 1.0 3.2 1.5 0.3 0.9 1.5 0.6 2.9 1.5 0.3 0.5 0.3 1.0 2.5 0.4 0.8 10x70 1.4 -H 6 0.7 8x60 1.3 0.8 2.8 2.2 0.7 1.5 0.3 4. strength catgegory > 6 ) HKD HKD-SR 10 / 2012 HKD-ER Max.5 0.3 0.5 1.

2 Max.6 1. load 1.85 1.2 1.3 1.3 0.7 1.3 IBMB Braunschweig 0.6 1.35 0.7 0.8 1.8 - only shear loads 1.5 HT 10 L HK IBMB Braunschweig UB 3613/3891-2 -Nau- 0.05 Warringtonfire WF Report No 166402 load angle 10° 70° 90° F90 HA 8 R1 8 DBZ 0.5 1.3 0.75 Warringtonfire 0.44 0.6 0.65 0.95 0.65 M10 3.19 IBMB Braunschweig UB 3016/1114-CM 0.2 ETA-04/0043.95 0.5 Warringtonfire 0.1 HT 8 L 0.85 0.45 M8 1.6 0.4 0.75 WF Report No 166402 M6 1.9 0.2 1.35 UB 3077/3602 -Nau0.6 6/35 HT IBMB Braunschweig UB 3613/3891-1 -Nau- IBMB Braunschweig PB 3136/2315 10 / 2012 .6 0.8 - 90° 1.45 0.8 - 70° 1.3 HK6 HK6L HK8 M6 M8 M10 M12 0.0 0.6 1.2 1. acc.2 0.5 0.10 IBMB Braunschweig UB 3245/1817-5 0.3 0.35 0.8 - 6/4.2 0.6 1.Resistance to fire Anchor / fastener HRD-U10 HRD-S10 HRD 8 / HRD 10 Size Max. Part 6 0.2/10-157-1 0. in minutes) F30 F60 10° 1. Part 6 Warringtonfire WF Report No 166402 0.4 2.85 WF Report No 166402 IDMS/IDMR Tested withTektalan-slabs classification according to DIN EN 13 5022:2003 for REI 90 and RE 90 recommended 62 DIBt Berlin. ETA-06/0179 acc.5 HKH/HKH-L 0.2 2.9 1.4 1.6 1.6 0. loading (kN) for specified fire resistance time (fire resistance time Authority / No.6 1.0 0.3 0.4 1.2 DIBt Berlin 0.74 0.3 HT 10 S HPD MFPA Leipzig GS 3.95 0.8 0.3 0.2 0.35 IBMB Braunschweig UB 3606 / 8892 0.6 1.4 0.2 0.27 0.41 0.24 Warringtonfire WF Report No 166402 0.20 F120 0.

0 100.0 60.0 82.0 7.0 96.0 0.8 3.0 7.0 68.0 60.Resistance to fire Anchor / fastener HVZ + HAS-TZ HVZ + HAS-R/HAS-HCR-TZ HVU + HAS HVU + HAS-R/HAS-E-R + HVU + HAS-HCR/HAS-E-HCR HVU + HIS-N HVU + HIS-RN 10 / 2012 Size Max.0 10.8 1.0 7.5 1.0 9.2 3.0 3.0 8.5 4.0 25.0 1. in minutes) F30 F60 F90 F120 M10 M12 4.0 40.0 35.0 5.0 3.0 20.5 16.0 7.5 10. loading (kN) for specified fire resistance time (fire resistance time Authority / No.0 65.0 9.3 1.0 15.5 6.0 25.0 30.0 3.0 51.4 0.0 20.0 12.0 10.0 0.8 4.0 9.0 70.5 3.7 3.5 5.0 1.5 7.8 4.0 34.2 3.0 24.0 27.0 10.0 20.5 15.5 11.5 23.0 2.0 9.5 1.0 25.0 5.0 56.0 40.4 1.0 85.0 4.2 3.3 1.5 15.5 0.0 15.5 1.5 5.0 9.0 5.0 10.0 65.5 4.5 11.0 11.8 4.0 19.0 0.0 1.0 10.0 4.5 17.5 10.0 6.0 1.8 2.0 50.5 11.4 0.0 2.0 42.0 35.0 0.0 2.5 38.0 3.0 28.5 0.0 29.0 85.0 20.0 2.0 120.0 13.0 IBMB Braunschweig UB 3357/0550-1 Warringtonfire WF Report No 166402 IBMB Braunschweig UB.0 35.9 1.0 16.0 1.5 25.0 140.0 44.8 2.0 13.3333/0891-1 Warringtonfire WF Report No 166402 63 .0 7.0 36.0 6.0 1.0 15.0 9.3 1.9 1.0 24.0 16.0 7.7 4.0 24.0 15.0 14.0 50.0 13.5 0.0 5.0 5.0 58.5 6.0 36.0 9.0 12.5 18.0 0.0 2.0 18.0 0.5 1.5 10.0 6.5 19.2 M16 M20 M10 M12 M16 M20 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 M33 M36 M39 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 M33 M36 M39 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 15.0 7.

3 1.2 8.8 24.6 12.4 8.7 2.6 15.0 15.4 3.0 1.3 2.2 18.6 8.73 M10 3.96 1.7 26.5 0.1 M20 15.8 2.9 1.3 10.26 0.06 M16 10.88 1.2 10.59 1.3 3.0 0.3 7.5 5.79 4.7 7.4 29. loading (kN) for specified fire resistance time (fire resistance time Authority / No.5 4.2 35.97 2.98 2.1 1.0 5. 10 / 2012 .69 M12 6.59 3.2 1.0 1.15 0.5 0.4 1.1 10.9 0.2 35.5 29. in minutes) F30 F60 F90 F120 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 2.5 4.68 1.3 1.1 4.4 4.08 M8 2.5 M8 2.9 13.5 7. for variable embedment depth see test report.0 11.Resistance to fire Anchor / fastener HIT-RE 500-SD + HIT-V HIT-RE 500-SD + HIT-VR/HIT-V-HCR HIT-RE 500-SD + HIS-N HIT-RE 500-SD + HIS-RN 64 Size Max.9 2.7 2.8 6.87 Warringtonfire 1.5 16.5 3.28 0.5 0.6 22.0 29.97 WF Report No 172920 3.8 15.76 5.46 MFPA Leipzig GS-lll/B-07-070 0.73 M12 5.4 M20 18.1 0.0 M16 12.42 3.8 12.96 2.9 4.2 8.4 5.5 12.0 9.28 0.3 43.1 18.3 4.3 1.08 1.9 36.1 11.9 23.07 M10 3.19 MFPA Leipzig GS-lll/B-07-070 Warringtonfire WF Report No 172920 Loads for standard embedment depth.7 5.8 19.7 21.46 15.59 1.08 1.8 27.

1 11.7 0.5 62.9 15.0 0.4 3.1 13.08 4.1 4.8 6.08 WF Report No 172920 M8 2.9 5.5 5.2 35.0 9.8 19.9 13. loading (kN) for specified fire resistance time (fire resistance time Authority / No. & supplement letter 412/2008 M8 2.5 32.1 15.4 70.73 1.5 10.2 1.3 1.8 2.3 2.9 36.2 15.68 3.8 7.8 18.1 18.8 43.2 8.15 1.4 46.0 15.2 1.6 1.3 13.2 35.7 2.6 Warringtonfire WF Report No 166402 & WF Report No 172920 IBMB Braunschweig Test Report 3565 / 4595.0 29.1 0.1 1.0 18.97 WF Report No 166402 & 3.4 5.6 8.0 5.69 4.0 1.07 1.2 19.0 2.87 Warringtonfire 1. in minutes) F30 F60 F90 F120 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 M33 M36 M39 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 M33 M36 M39 2.5 12.5 45.2 2.98 5.5 29.4 M10 3.98 2.7 21.0 M16 12.2 0.3 3.6 33.4 29.4 11.73 1.6 0.6 22.68 1.6 16.34 2.9 1.3 7.8 27.5 12.4 12.7 11.0 7.7 IBMB Braunschweig PB 3588/4825-CM Brunswick M12 5.5 8.7 63.69 M12 6.0 8.2 59.06 M16 10.1 4.9 23.7 26.3 1.4 1.1 M20 15.46 0.97 3.4 M20 18.7 5.8 24.4 4.2 53. & supplement letter 414/2008 Warringtonfire WF Report No 166402 & WF Report No 172920 65 .7 7.2 58.0 11.5 4.9 31.Resistance to fire Anchor / fastener HIT-RE 500 + HAS/HAS-E/HIT-V HIT-RE 500 + HAS-R/HAS-ER/ HAS-HCR/HIT-V-R/HIT-V-HCR HIT-RE 500 +HIS-N HIT-RE 500 +HIS-RN 10 / 2012 Size Max.9 52.3 43.3 10.4 M10 3.2 0.2 IBMB Braunschweig PB 3588/4825-CM.9 37.26 2.6 75.1 10.7 44.4 3.5 4.0 48.88 2.7 0.06 1.3 23.4 8.

75 0.1 18.01 5.95 M20 16.55 1.28 4.07 2.01 7. loading (kN) for specified fire resistance time (fire resistance time Authority / No.29 0.59 9.2 29.40 0.86 9.17 2.7 11.80 30.8 HIT-HY 200-A + HIT-V 8.64 0.8 HIT-HY 200-A + HIT-V-R 66 Size Max.17 M10 2.07 2.24 0.1 15.17 2.40 0.8 8.75 0.28 3.5 1.61 45.00 1.80 0.4 12.3 11.61 14.59 cracked concrete.29 0.86 16.80 0.80 0.4 8.80 0.09 2.20 18.70 4.29 0.6 11.45 0.4 12.85 3.24 0. M8 1.89 M16 10.55 1.17 2.5 71.67 1.4 16.85 3.95 1.24 0.9 52.3 17.45 0.9 13.0 11.20 0.75 0.75 0.64 0.59 M16 20.28 Loads for typical embedment depth.7 11.45 0.55 1.28 M12 6.3 7.89 0.75 0.5 6.64 0.3 8.61 23.8 14.72 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 1.59 6.90 1.80 0.4 12.89 0.72 report.64 0.9 23.80 5.2 32. 1.89 0.00 0.83 M20 31.40 22.70 7.09 2.Resistance to fire Anchor / fastener HIT-HY 200-A + HIT-Z HIT-HY 200-A + HIT-Z-R HIT-HY 200-A + HIT-V 5.40 0.67 1.24 0.1 15.75 0.0 1.83 30. in minutes) F30 F60 F90 F120 M8 1.75 0.7 14.60 7.5 21.01 5. 0.75 0.3 14.17 IBMB Braunschweig 3501/676/12 0.5 37.45 0.3 11.86 31.83 For variable embedment depth and non-cracked concrete see test 4.28 6.89 0.75 0.1 6.6 28.6 17.20 2.85 3.90 1.9 23.45 0.70 0.40 0.59 9.40 M12 4.24 M10 2.08 10 / 2012 .2 9.

0 12.70 1.5 2.5 0.5 1.0 12.22 7.21 0.80 3.1 0.50 1.4 0.8 1.5 10.5 5.0 7.5 8.6 2.0 2.2/09-121 Ä Loads for typical embedment depth.5 34.0 8.5 0.6 1.3 3.86 7.5 0.0 10.30 6.0 10.0 12.5 MFPA Leipzig GS 3.0 14. loading (kN) for specified fire resistance time (fire resistance time Authority / No.2 12.7 3.9 18.5 16.5 16.5 24.0 5.35 0.1 2.6 1.2 2. IBMB Braunschweig UB 3027/0274-6 & supplement letters Br.3 1.79 5. in minutes) F30 F60 F90 F120 0.2 12.2 7.0 14.Resistance to fire Anchor / fastener HIT-HY 150-MAX + HIT-V HIT-HY 150 + HAS/HAS-E/HIT-V HIT-HY 150 + HAS-R/ HAS-ER/ HAS-HCR/HAS-E-HCR/HIT-V-R/ HIT-V-HCR 10 / 2012 Size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 Max.0 7. For variable embedment depth see test report.6 6.6 5.9 4.0 10.7 3.75 1.1 0.6 6.00 1.0 10.0 10.4 0.9 36.60 13.0 2.1 13.86 8.3 1.5 24.0 29.0 29.8 18.4 0.33 0.0 29.2 8.0 6.10 9.9 3.30 2.14 1.50 11.6 17.8 18.20 9.0 3.80 11.30 11.55 1.2 14.19 3.3 0.0 12.1 1. 080/Nau & 416/2008 Warringtonfire WF Report No 166402 & WF Report No 172920 67 .1 22.5 1.0 28.

Resistance to fire Anchor / fastener Size Max. in minutes) F30 HIT-HY 70 hef = 80 mm (HLz.5 0.6 0.0 1.0 2.0 2.9 3.0 0.2 1.4 0.0 - M6 0.7 1.4 0.4 0.2 F120 - MFPA Leipzig PB 3.0 1. KSL.0 0.0 2.6 5. KSL.7 0.9 2.0 F60 0.0 2.4 0.2 0.2 - 10 / 2012 .2 0.0 0.4 0.2 - M12 2.8 1. KSV) M8 2.2 0. loading (kN) for specified fire resistance time (fire resistance time Authority / No.2/12-055-1 Warringtonfire WF Report No 166402 HIT-HY 70 hef = 130 mm (HLz.1 1.4 F90 0. MVz.2 0.0 3. KSV) HIT-HY 70 hef = 80 mm (Autoclaved aerated concrete masonry units) HIT-HY 70 hef = 130 mm (Autoclaved aerated concrete masonry units) HIT-HY 70 hef = 80 and 130mm (Brick ceiling) 68 M10 2.0 2.2 - M8 M10 M12 M8 M10 M12 M8 M10 M12 2.4 0. MVz.8 1.

Tested when set in cracked concrete and exposed to flames without insulating or protective measures.5 5.5 M20 6.5 M16 2.8 2.5 0.5 M12 2.Resistance to fire Tested fasteners for passive structural fire prevention Tested according to the german tunnel temperature curve MFPA Leipzig GmbH Tested according to the german tunnel temperature curve (ZTV-ING.10 a) 0.30 a) 0. IBMB Braunschweig UB 3332/0881-2-CM & supplement letter 13184/2006 Warringtonfire WF-Report No 166402 MFPA Leipzig PB III/08-354 IBMB Braunschweig UB 3027/0274-4 & supplement letter 133/00-NauWarringtonfire WF-Report No 166402 IBMB Braunschweig UB 3357/0550-2 Warringtonfire WF-Report No 166402 IBMB Braunschweig UB 3333/0891-2 Warringtonfire WF-Report No 166402 5.0 M8 0.0 6.5 HUS-HR 8 10 14 HKD-SR M8 M10 M12 M16 HVU-TZ + HAS-HCR HVU + HAS-HCR a) M16 Tested according tunnel temperature curve EBA 10 / 2012 Authority/No.0 69 . Anchor / fastener Size Max.50 a) 1.0 6 M20 0.5 M16 6.0 M12 1. loading (kN) for specified fire rating/integrity HST-HCR M10 1. part 5).0 M10 1.20 a) 0.5 M10 1.5 M12 1.0 M20 8.

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Berlin IBMB. / date of issue ETA-99/0009 / 2010-12-17 ESR 1546 / 2012-03-01 BZS D 09-601/ 2009-10-21 Z-21. 72 10 / 2012 . shock.HDA Design anchor HDA Design anchor Anchor version HDA-P HDA-PR HDA-PF Anchor for presetting HDA-T HDA-TR HDA-TF Anchor for through-fasting Concrete Tensile zone of a headed stud Small edge distance and spacing Corrosion resistance European Technical Approval CE conformity PROFIS Anchor design software Performance Nuclear power plant approval Fire resistance Benefits . issue 2010-12-17. seismic Shockproof fastenings in civil defence installations Nuclear power plants Fatigue loading Fire test report Assessment report (fire) Authority / Laboratory CSTB. fatigue. drill hammer) .completely removable . seismic Fatigue Shock Seismic Approvals / certificates Description European technical approval a) ICC-ES report incl.1-1696 / 2011-02-16 Z-21. stop drill bit. Paris ICC evaluation service Federal Office for Cicil Protection.mechanical interlock (undercut) .high loading capacity. Braunschweig warringtonfire No.complete system (anchor.setting mark on anchor for control (easy and safe) . performance of a headed stud . Berlin DIBt.1-1693 / 2011-10-01 UB 3039/8151-CM / 2001-01-31 WF 166402 / 2007-10-26 a) All data for HDA-P(R) and HDA-T(R) given in this section according ETA-99/0009. Sherardized versions HDA-PF and HDA-TF anchors are not covered by the approvals. setting tool.automatic undercutting (without special undercutting tool) . Bern DIBt.suitable for non-cracked and cracked concrete C 20/25 to C 50/60 .low expansion force (thus small edge distance / spacing) .test reports: fire resistance.

HDA-TF b) [mm] [mm] 10≤ 15≤ <15 ≤20 10≤ <15 15≤ <20 20≤ ≤50 [kN] 65 c) 80 c) 80 100 140 c) 140 155 170 190 205 c) 205 235 250 [mm] [mm] 10≤ 15≤ 10≤ 15≤ 20≤ 30≤ <15 ≤20 <15 <20 <30 ≤50 65 15≤ 20≤ 25≤ 30≤ 35≤ 20≤ 25≤ 40≤ 55≤ <20 <25 <30 <35 ≤60 <25 <40 <55 ≤100 20≤ <25 25≤ <30 30≤ <35 35≤ ≤60 - HDA-TR [kN] 71 c) 71 87 c) 87 94 109 152 c) a) HDA M20: only a galvanized 5µm version is available b) HDA-PF and HDA-TF anchors are not covered by ETA-99/0009 c) With use of centering washer (t = 5 mm) only 152 158 170 - for tfix 10 / 2012 73 .3 31.4 23. HDA-T(F) b) [kN] 48.min without use of centering washer (see setting details) Characteristic resistance Non-cracked concrete Anchor size Cracked concrete M10 M12 M16 M20 a) M10 M12 M16 M20 a) Tensile NRk HDA-P(F).2 216.9 68.7 - [kN] 68.1 92.4 HDA-PR [kN] 24.Correct setting (See setting instruction) .7 148. HDA-T(F) b) [kN] 46 67 126 192 25 35 75 95 HDA-PR.HDA Design anchor Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to .8 84.9 133. fck.3 203.cube = 25 N/mm² For details see Simplified design method Mean ultimate resistance Non-cracked concrete Anchor size Cracked concrete M10 M12 M16 M20 a) M10 M12 M16 M20 a) Tensile NRu.0 66.7 HDA-PR. HDA-TR [kN] 48.7 70.0 66. HDA-TF b) c) c) 75.Minimum base material thickness .7 100 126.1 160.7 65.No edge distance and spacing influence .7 148.6 97.Steel failure .m HDA-P(F).9 Shear VRu.7 65.7 70.3 46.1 92.9 HDA-TR [kN] a) HDA M20: only a galvanized 5µm version is available b) HDA-PF and HDA-TF anchors are not covered by ETA-99/0009 c) Values are valid for minimum thickness of the base plate tfix.9 133.m HDA-T.3 36.3 46.2 216.8 84.3 31.3 203.6 97.2 33.7 100 126.7 - 24.7 HDA-P.3 36.2 33.Concrete C 20/25.9 75.1 160. HDA-PF b) [kN] HDA-PR for tfix HDA-T.Concrete as specified in the table . HDA-TR [kN] 46 67 126 - 25 35 75 - Non-cracked and cracked concrete Anchor size M10 M12 M16 M20 a) 22 30 62 92 23 34 63 - Shear VRk HDA-P. HDA-PF b) [kN] 23.

9 31.7 35. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.9 56.7 35.6 12.0 49.0 128.4 - Shear VRd HDA-P.9 16. HDA-TR Non-cracked and cracked concrete Anchor size M10 M12 M16 M20 a) 17.0 63. HDA-TF c) for tfix a) b) c) d) 74 [mm] [mm] 10≤ 15≤ <15 ≤20 10≤ <15 15≤ <20 [kN] 31 d) 38 d) 38 [mm] [mm] 10≤ 15≤ 10≤ 15≤ 20≤ 30≤ <15 ≤20 <15 <20 <30 ≤50 31 20≤ ≤50 48 15≤ 20≤ 25≤ 30≤ 35≤ 20≤ 25≤ 40≤ 55≤ <20 <25 <30 <35 ≤60 <25 <40 <55 ≤100 67 d) 20≤ <25 67 25≤ <30 74 81 30≤ <35 90 35≤ ≤60 98 d) 98 112 119 - HDA-TR [kN] 38 d) 38 47 d) 47 50 59 82 d) 82 85 91 HDA M20: only a galvanized 5µm version is available With overall partial safety factor for action γF = 1.5 29.6 17.3 18.3 [kN] 28.7 - M20 a) b) HDA-P(F). HDA-T(F) b) HDA-PR.1 35.3 Cracked concrete M10 M12 M16 M20 a) 91.0 16.8 41.9 16. HDA-PF c) [kN] HDA-PR for tfix HDA-T.9 60.2 33.0 [kN] 20. HDA-TR c) Non-cracked and cracked concrete Anchor size M20 a) M10 M12 M16 12. HDA-TF b) for tfix 10≤ <15 15≤ <20 20≤ ≤50 53 c) 53 67 15≤ 20≤ 25≤ 30≤ 35≤ 20≤ 25≤ 40≤ 55≤ <20 <25 <30 <35 ≤60 <25 <40 <55 ≤100 93 c) 93 103 113 127 137 c) 137 157 167 Recommended loads Non-cracked concrete Anchor size Tensile NRec M10 M12 M16 [kN] 21. HDA-PF b) [kN] HDA-PR [mm] [mm] [kN] 10≤ 15≤ <15 ≤20 43 c) 43 [mm] [mm] 10≤ 15≤ 10≤ 15≤ 20≤ 30≤ <15 ≤20 <15 <20 <30 ≤50 20≤ <25 25≤ <30 30≤ <35 35≤ ≤60 - HDA-TR [kN] 53 c) 53 65 c) 65 71 82 a) HDA M20: only a galvanized 5µm version is available b) HDA-PF and HDA-TF anchors are not covered by ETA-99/0009 c) With use of centering washer (t = 5 mm) only 114 c) 114 119 128 - for tfix HDA-T. HDA-PF and HDA-TF anchors are not covered by ETA-99/0009 With use of centering washer (t = 5 mm) only 10 / 2012 .6 24.4 11.7 23.4.8 - Shear VRec b) HDA-P.HDA Design anchor Design resistance Non-cracked concrete Anchor size Cracked concrete a) M10 M12 M16 M20 a) M10 M12 M16 M20 [kN] 30.3 25.6 47. HDA-T(F) HDA-PR.7 45.7 23.6 17.4 52.8 - 16.3 50.6 73.7 84.9 78.3 50.0 - Tensile NRd HDA-P(F).2 - 11.7 44.

s / γF = MRk. where the partial safety factor for bolts of strength 8. shearadized Bolt M10 . for A4-80 equal to 1.HDA Design anchor Materials Mechanical properties of HDA Anchor size M10 HDA-P(F). rod strength 8. f uk) / (γMs .M16: HDA-PF / HDA-TF (Sherardized version) Machined steel with brazed tungsten carbide tips.33 and the partial safety factor for action may be taken as γF = 1.3 109. Material quality Part Material HDA-P / HDA-T (Carbon steel version) Machined steel with brazed tungsten carbide tips.3 157 245 58. only the capacity of the bolt is taken into account. strength 8.5 540.M16: Anchor dimensions HDA-P / HDA-PR / HDA-PF ØdS ØdB lS SW lB HDA-T / HDA-TR / HDA-TF ØdS ØdB lS lB 10 / 2012 SW 75 . 5 µm Sleeve: Cold formed steel. γF) .8 is γMS = 1. W el .0 84.M16: Cone machined. In case of HDAT/TR/TF the bending capacity of the sleeve is neglected.3 109. galvanised to min.s / (γMs .2 277. γF) = = (1.5 Characteristic bending resistance without sleeve 60 105 266 519 60 105 266 [Nm] 0 b) M Rk.8. galvanised to min. HDA-T(F) M12 M16 M20 a) HDA-PR. strength 8. HDA-TR M10 M12 M16 Anchor bolt Nominal tensile strength f uk [N/mm²] 800 800 800 800 800 800 800 Yield strength fyk [N/mm²] 640 640 640 640 600 600 600 Stressed cross-section As [mm²] 58.2 277.3 157 Moment of resistance W el [mm³] 62.4.9 62.2 .0 84.25.8. galvanised to min.s Anchor sleeve Nominal tensile strength f uk [N/mm²] 850 850 700 550 850 850 700 Yield strength fyk [N/mm²] 600 600 600 450 600 600 600 a) HDA M20: only a galvanized 5µm version is available b) The recommended bending moment of the HDA anchor bolt may be calculated from Mrec = MRd. 5 µm Bolt M20: HDA-PR / HDA-TR (Stainless steel version) Sleeve: Machined stainless steel with brazed tungsten carbide tips Cone/rod: machined stainless steel Bolt M10 . shearadized Sleeve: Cold formed steel. 5 µm Bolt M10 .8.

Anchor HDA-P/ PF/ PR M10x100/20 HDA-T/ TF/ TR M10x100/20 HDA-P/ PF/ PR M12x125/30 HDA-P/ PF/ PR M12x125/50 HDA-T/ TF/ TR M12x125/30 HDA-T/ TF/ TR M12x125/50 HDA-P/ PF/ PR M16 x190/40 HDA-P/ PF/ PR M16 x190/60 HDA-T/ TF/ TR M16x190/40 HDA-T/ TF/ TR M16x190/60 HDA-P M20 x250/50 HDA-P M20 x250/100 HDA-T M20x250/50 HDA-T M20x250/100 Setting Stop drill bit with TE-C (SDS plus) connection end TE-C-HDA-B 20x100 TE-C-HDA-B 20x120 Stop drill bit with TE-Y (SDS max) connection end TE-Y-HDA-B 20x100 TE-Y-HDA-B 20x120 TE-C HDA-B 22x125 TE-Y HDA-B 22x125 TE-C HDA-B 22x155 TE-C HDA-B 22x175 TE-Y HDA-B 22x155 TE-Y HDA-B 22x175 TE-Y HDA-B 30x190 TE-Y HDA-B 30x230 TE-Y HDA-B 30x250 TE-Y HDA-B 37x250 TE-Y HDA-B 37x300 TE-Y HDA-B 37x350 Drilling hammer Setting tool The setting system (tool and setting tool) is required for transferring the specific energy for the undercutting process.5 19 45.5 17 33.HDA Design anchor Dimensions of HDA Anchor size Length code letter Total length of bolt Diameter of bolt Total length of sleeve HDA-P HDA-T Max. 76 10 / 2012 .5 24 50 30 125 155 125 175 190 230 190 250 250 300 250 350 Setting Drilling The stop drill is required for drilling in order to achieve the correct hole depth. diameter of sleeve Washer diameter Width across flats HDA-P / HDA-PR / HDA-PF / HDA-T / HDA-TR / HDA-TF M10 M12 M16 M20 x100/20 x125/30 x125/50 x190/40 x190/60 x250/50 x250/100 I L N R S V X 150 190 210 275 295 360 410 10 12 16 20 lB dB [mm] [mm] ls ls [mm] [mm] 100 120 dS [mm] 19 21 29 35 dw Sw [mm] [mm] 27.

TE 75 TE 40 TE 40 AVR TE 56 TE 56-ATC TE 60 TE 60-ATC TE 70 TE 70-ATC TE 35 a) TE 24 a) TE 25 Anchor TE 76 TE 76-ATC TE 80-ATC TE 80-ATC AVR HDA Design anchor Setting tool TE-C-HDA-ST 20 M10 TE-Y-HDA-ST 20 M10 TE-C-HDA-ST 22 M12 TE-Y-HDA-ST 22 M12 HDA-P/T20-M10x100/20 HDA-P/T 22-M12x125/30 HDA-P/T 22-M12x125/50 HDA-P/T 30-M16x190/40 HDA-P/T 30-M16x190/60 TE-Y-HDA-ST 30 M16 HDA-P/T 37-M20x250/50 HDA-P/T 37-M20x250/100 st a) 1 gear TE 75 TE 40 TE 40 AVR TE 56 TE 56-ATC TE 60 TE 60-ATC TE 70 TE 70-ATC TE 35 TE 24 a) TE 25 a) Anchor TE 76 TE 76-ATC TE 80-ATC TE 80-ATC AVR TE-Y-HDA-ST 37 M20 Setting tool TE-C-HDA-ST 20 M10 TE-Y-HDA-ST 20 M10 TE-C-HDA-ST 22 M12 TE-Y-HDA-ST 22 M12 HDA-PR/TR20-M10x100/20 HDA-PR/TR 22-M12x125/30 HDA-PR/TR 22-M12x125/50 HDA-PR/TR 30-M16x190/40 HDA-PR/TR 30-M16x190/60 a) 1st gear TE 75 TE 40 TE 40 AVR TE 56 TE 56-ATC TE 60 TE 60-ATC TE 70 TE 70-ATC TE 35 TE 24 a) TE 25 a) Anchor TE 76 TE 76-ATC TE 80-ATC TE 80-ATC AVR TE-Y-HDA-ST 30 M16 Setting tool HDA-PF/TF 20-M10x100/20 TE-C-HDA-ST 20 M10 HDA-PF/TF 22-M12x125/30 HDA-PF/TF 22-M12x125/50 TE-C-HDA-ST 22 M12 HDA-PF/TF 30-M16x190/40 HDA-PF/TF 30-M16x190/60 a) 1st gear 10 / 2012 TE-Y-HDA-ST 30 M16 77 .

HDA-TR.HDA Design anchor Setting instruction HDA-P. HDA-PF HDA-T. HDA-PR. HDA-TF 78 10 / 2012 .

HDA-R-CW (to be set with HDA-T.HDA Design anchor HDA-F-CW. Setting details hS HDA-P / HDA-PR / HDA-PF df tfix hef h1 hmin hS Marking df HDA-T / HDA-TR / HDA-TF hef tfix h1 hmin 10 / 2012 79 . HDA-TR) For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product. HDA-TF.

55 203 190 2 8 120 37.min Max.max h1 ≥ hef hs.max [mm] 20 30 50 40 60 50 100 a) use specified stop drill bit b) with use of centering washer a reduction of tfix.10 20.10 30.max Tinst [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [Nm] 20.min -Shear load .min tfix.min [mm] 10 10 15 20 50 -Shear load . fixture thickness tfix.without t [mm] 15 15 20 25 50 use of centering washer fix.15 37.55 133 125 2 7 80 30.max [mm] [mm] 0 20 0 0 0 30 50 40 60 50 100 For HDA-T/-TF/-TR 21 23 40 Clearance hole df [mm] 32 Minimum base hmin [mm] 200-tfix 230-tfix 250-tfix 310-tfix 330-tfix 400-tfix 450-tfix material thickness Min.10 22.min dcut.55 107 100 2 6 50 22.70 266 250 2 8 300 df [mm] 12 14 18 22 hmin [mm] 180 200 270 350 tfix. details see ETA-99/0009 80 10 / 2012 .with b) t [mm] 10 10 15 20 use of centering washer fix.HDA Design anchor Anchor size Head marking Nominal drill bit diameter Cutting diameter of drill bit Depth of drill hole a) Anchorage depth Sleeve recess Torque moment For HDA-P/-PF/-PR Clearance hole Minimum base material thickness Fixture thickness HDA-P / HDA-PR / HDA-PF / HDA-T / HDA-TR / HDA-TF M10 M12 M16 M20 x100/20 x125/30 x125/50 x190/40 x190/60 x250/50 x250/100 I L N R S V X d0 [mm] 20 22 30 37 dcut.min hs. fixture thickness -Tension load only! tfix.min is possible for shear loading.

N [mm] 300 375 570 750 ccr. For cracked concrete only the critical spacing and critical edge distance for concrete cone failure are decisive. (The method may also be applied for anchor groups with more than two anchors or more than one edge. Annex C. issue 2010-12-17. The influencing factors must then be considered for each edge distance and spacing. 10 / 2012 81 .sp [mm] 150 190 285 375 scr.sp [mm] 300 375 570 750 ccr. Simplified design method Simplified version of the design method according ETAG 001. Influence of concrete strength Influence of edge distance Influence of spacing Valid for a group of two anchors.N [mm] 150 190 285 375 For spacing (edge distance) smaller than critical spacing (critical edge distance) the design loads have to be reduced. Design resistance according data given in ETA-99/0009. Critical spacing and critical edge distance for splitting failure apply only for non-cracked concrete. The calculated design loads are then on the save side: They will be lower than the exact values according ETAG 001. To avoid this. it is recommended to use the anchor design software PROFIS anchor) The design method is based on the following simplification: No different loads are acting on individual anchors (no eccentricity) The values are valid for one anchor. For more complex fastening applications please use the anchor design software PROFIS Anchor. Annex C.HDA Design anchor Setting parameters Anchor size Minimum spacing Minimum edge distance Critical spacing for splitting failure Critical edge distance for splitting failure Critical spacing for concrete cone failure Critical edge distance for concrete cone failure HDA-P / HDA-PR / HDA-PF / HDA-T / HDA-TR / HDA-TF M10 M12 M16 M20 x100/20 x125/30 x125/50 x190/40 x190/60 x250/50 x250/100 100 125 190 250 smin [mm] cmin [mm] 80 100 150 200 scr.

N Cracked concrete Non-cracked concrete b) M10 M12 M16 M20 38.0 M20 b) 63.7 72.sp ⋅ fre.N Design splitting resistance a) NRd.sp ⋅ f3.N ⋅ fre.9 78.p = N0Rd.1 101.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.p [kN] a) Design pull-out resistance is not decisive in non-cracked concrete b) HDA M20: only a galvanized 5µm version is available M10 M12 M16 16.N Basic design tensile resistance Design steel resistance NRd.34 1.7 23.c N a) b) b) Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 fB = (f ck.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.55 Anchor size M10 M12 M16 M20 0 Rd.3 50.sp ⋅ f2.c = N0Rd.Concrete pull-out resistance: NRd.sp = N0Rd.1 1.s .8 [kN] HDA M20: only a galvanized 5µm version is available a) Design pull-out resistance a) NRd.7 44.7 84.3 Design concrete cone resistance NRd.N ⋅ f3.c 0 Rd.0 41.s HDA-P(F).N ⋅ f2.Steel resistance: NRd.sp ⋅ f h.22 1.7 54.5 109.0 128.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.N ⋅ f2.p ⋅ fB .p ⋅ fB (only in cracked concrete) Non-cracked concrete Anchor size M10 M12 M16 Cracked concrete M20 b) N0Rd.sp ⋅ fre.sp ⋅ f h.N ⋅ fre.8 - HDA-PR.sp ⋅ f2.cube/25N/mm²)1/2 a) 1 1.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1. HDA-T(F) [kN] M10 M12 M16 M20 a) 30.41 a) fck.p = N0Rd.sp = N0Rd.7 38.48 1.N ⋅ f3. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length 82 10 / 2012 . HDA-TR 28.HDA Design anchor Tension loading The design tensile resistance is the lower value of .N Concrete splitting resistance (only non-cracked concrete): NRd.s Anchor size NRd.3 C 45/55 C 50/60 1.1 [kN] Splitting resistance must only be considered for non-cracked concrete HDA M20: only a galvanized 5µm version is available 27.Concrete cone resistance: =N - NRd.sp ⋅ f3.4 153.cube = concrete compressive strength.

3⋅c/ccr.5 0.3 0. These influencing factors must be considered for every edge distance.94 0.8 3 3.5 + hef/200mm ≤ 1 Shear loading The design shear resistance is the lower value of .65 0.6 0.6 0.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.8 0.Steel resistance: - Concrete pryout resistance: .7 + 0.sp ≤ 1 f 2.c 0 Rd.9 1 0.9 1 0.7 0.6 ≥ 3.07 1.85 0.76 0.90 0.6 2.1 0.73 0.7 0.82 0.95 1 f 3.68 1 1.N = 0.sp = 0.4 2.5⋅(1 + s/scr.4 3.70 0.85 0.sp) ≤ 1 a) The anchor spacing shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin given in the table with the setting details.2 3.N ≤ 1 f 1.4 0.5 Influence of reinforcement Anchor size M10 M12 M16 M20 1 f re.88 0.N = 0.25 1.Concrete edge resistance: 10 / 2012 VRd.55 0.19 1.N 0.sp = 0.65 0.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.85 0.N) ≤ 1 0.48 1.75 0.N) ≤ 1 0.sp f 3.c VRd.sp = 0.N = 0.91 0.95 1 f 2.31 1. Influence of base material thickness h/hef f h.3 0. Influence of anchor spacing a) s/scr.79 0.s VRd.3⋅c/ccr.1 s/scr.2 2.2 0.sp f 1.80 0.90 0.N c/ccr.75 0.97 1 0.60 0.c = V ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc 83 .80 0.42 1.55 0.sp) ≤ 1 a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin given in the table with the setting details.37 1. This influencing factor must be considered for every anchor spacing.8 0.HDA Design anchor Influence of edge distance a) c/ccr.sp = [h/(2⋅hef)] 2/3 2 2.4 0.70 0.5⋅(1 + s/scr.60 0.cp = k ⋅ NRd.N = 0.13 1.5 0.2 0.7 + 0.

75 0.6 [kN] 17.min.05 1.3 136.9 1.5 ⋅ c)} 1/2 ≤1 10 / 2012 .5  Influence of base material thickness h/c fh = 84 {h/(1.8 51.97 2.77 0.13 1.s HDA-PR HDA-T.1 29.55 Influence of angle between load applied and the direction perpendicular to the free edge Angle ß fβ = 0° 10° 20° 30° 40° 50° 60° 70° 80° ≥ 90° 1 1.0 NRd. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Non-cracked concrete Anchor size M10 M12 M16 Cracked concrete M20 b) M10 M12 M20 b) M16 25.95 1.84 0.32 0.89 0.55 0.6 0.3 93.0 17.2 V0Rd.7 Anchor size HDA-P.05 1.45 0.00 1 (cos α V )2 +  sin α V  2  2. Design concrete pryout resistance VRd. HDA-PF VRd.4 114.15 0.6 Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 fB = (f ck.71 0.6 47.3 53.45 0.cube/25N/mm²)1/2 a) 1 1.34 1.3 a) HDA M20: only a galvanized 5µm version is available b) Values are valid for minimum thickness of the base plate tfix.8 21.48 1.cube = concrete compressive strength.64 1.32 2.41 a) fck.1 70.2 1.01 1.cp = k ⋅ NRd.4 - [kN] 43.HDA Design anchor Basic design shear resistance Design steel resistance VRd. HDA-TF b) b) HDA-TR [kN] 53.24 1. For characteristic resistance to shear loads with thicker base plates see ETA-99/0009 or use PROFIS software.50 0.s M10 M12 M16 M20 a) [kN] 17.6 73. b) HDA M20: only a galvanized 5µm version is available 49.63 0.5 0.c [kN] a) For anchor groups with more than two anchors only the anchors close to the edge must be considered.3 25.0 49.4 65.c: Design concrete cone resistance Design concrete edge resistance a) VRd.1 1.3 0.40 1.c = V0Rd.22 1.35 ≥ 1.6 24.ca) Anchor size k a) M10 M12 M16 M20 2.1 36.

50 5.81 1.83 2.83 2.83 4.30 6.42 7.25 3.61 3.36 3.32 2.40 1.25 0.38 1.30 5.52 3.26 1.95 3.32 2.00 1.65 2.55 5.18 6.40 1.54 6.55 7.85 distance shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin and the Influence of embedment depth Anchor size f hef = 0.12 1. Annex C and data given in ETA-99/0009.03 6.12 2.26 5.04 5. Precalculated values Design resistance calculated according ETAG 001.40 1.50 5.36 7.50 7.86 5.00 8.35 4.65 0.68 4.32 2. Recommended loads can be calculated by dividing the design resistance by an overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.94 2.17 8.77 1.75 6.26 10.57 5.83 2.35 0.02 10.37 2.50 9.65 0.65 0.00 5.95 2.81 6.00 1.55 10.07 1.75 2.98 5.35 0.96 5.45 9.90 4.20 5.35 0.63 5.26 6.50 3.00 1.35 0.75 4.25 5.95 3.84 5.85 6.12 4.88 2.56 4.38 2.65 0.33 5.84 1.39 8.20 5.27 0.83 1.81 3.94 9.17 9. c/hef Group of two anchors s/hef 3.61 5.40 1.63 7.83 8.38 3.00 1.08 5.77 2.32 3.40 1.84 1.62 7.81 3.73 4.73 7.29 6.25 4.38 3.25 6.82 1.32 2.17 2.15 6.83 2.05 ⋅ (hef / d) 1.5 ⋅ (1 + s / [3 ⋅ c]) ⋅ 0.08 6.84 1.50 8.00 1.16 7.84 1.18 5.02 7.95 3.19 10 15 0.84 1.90 8.75 10.00 1.35 0.22 8.22 7.35 0.35 0.84 0.26 3.00 1.15 2.75 4.25 9.83 2.51 4.10 6.35 5.25 7.57 0.35 0. 10 / 2012 85 .20 2.33 4.38 1.40 1.73 8.67 5.74 3.51 3.56 4.09 9.83 2.84 1.65 0.08 7.69 7.15 3.98 2.57 4.75 6.95 3.32 2.36 4.50 6.75 7.65 2.49 8.00 1.11 8.78 7.84 1.00 4.57 2.20 3.84 1.86 5.50 1.69 2.50 9.00 1.18 5.00 7.87 4.35 0.00 1.40 1.52 0.27 7.4.43 5.65 0.68 1.98 1.75 10.71 6.40 1.60 fc = (d / c) a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin.32 2.44 6.50 11.35 0.55 4.75 7.70 6.63 2.21 8.65 0.65 1.5 Single anchor 0.06 4.20 5.64 4.22 1.65 0.83 6.00 2.63 0.25 3.44 2.65 0.00 1. For HDA-T and HDA-TR anchors the resistance to shear loads is calculated for the minimum thickness of the base plate given in chapter setting details.38 3.38 9. All data applies to concrete C 20/25 – f ck.59 1.35 0.25 1.95 3.04 7.68 3.88 1.00 6.56 3.18 1.02 8.00 6.83 2.40 1.45 7.86 4.HDA Design anchor Influence of anchor spacing and edge distance a) for concrete edge resistance: f4 f4 = (c/hef)1.15 4.50 8.93 6.65 0.50 0.16 3.06 2.76 3.38 3.25 8.03 3.75 4.15 4.96 3.00 5.40 1.56 4.50 Combined tension and shear loading For combined tension and shear loading see section “Anchor Design”.95 8.65 1.87 6.65 0.00 11.05 6.25 12.35 0.92 8.00 0.60 4.41 5.35 0.56 4.78 7.54 6.72 8.77 0.75 0.84 1.73 3.36 Influence of edge distance a) 4 c/d 6 8 0. issue 2010-12-17.38 3.83 2.55 4.72 5.88 9.00 9. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.35 0.54 0.44 4.32 2.99 8.33 a) The anchor spacing and the edge minimum edge distance cmin.25 2.50 6.32 2.45 8.16 7.47 7.31 6.00 1.27 6.74 10.50 2.76 4.75 0.00 3.99 7.75 1.59 6.59 8.84 1.53 1.00 3.50 12.74 7.90 5.00 1.87 5.97 10.96 7.56 2.11 4.00 1.71 0.84 1.89 7.95 3.75 5.45 5.75 7.32 2.65 0.66 8.81 7.94 4.25 5.14 5.40 1.90 3.49 2.68 M10 M12 M16 M20 0.49 1.30 2.38 3.67 9.32 1.40 0.46 3.38 3.99 5.cube =25 N/mm².31 8.25 5.19 3.25 0.90 6.21 4.43 0.47 2.31 7.99 9.98 3.63 6.56 3.76 4.65 0.55 3.55 6.22 9.35 0. 20 30 40 0.79 9.86 3.11 3.36 6. HDA-PF and HDA-TF anchors are not covered by the approval.32 1.38 5.91 5.41 5.25 6.28 4.50 4.67 0.

0 25.4 51. base material thickness hmin [mm] 180 200 270 350 180 200 270 HDA-T: Min. fixture thickness tfix [mm] 15 15 20 25 Tensile NRd M10 180 15 Cracked concrete M12 M16 200 270 15 20 HDA-P(F).6 47. spacing smin [mm] 100 125 190 250 100 125 190 Tensile NRd 86 M20 350 25 M20 350 25 250 [kN] 25. HDA-TF HDA-TR M20 350 25 200 [kN] 25. HDA-TF HDA-TR M10 180 15 80 Cracked concrete M12 M16 200 270 15 20 100 150 HDA-P(F).7 23.9 16.0 67.4 24.6 47.3 65.0 128.3 53.7 - 17.3 53.6 73.6 136.8 41.9 66.7 23.0 25.8 36.3 96.3 48.6 17.3 65. no edge effects.6 53.5 18.6 17. HDA-TR Shear VRd HDA-P.3 114.4 93.3 73. base material thickness hmin [mm] 180 200 270 350 HDA-T: Min. shear without lever arm (load values are valid for one anchor) Cracked concrete Non-cracked concrete Anchor size M10 M12 M16 M20 M10 M12 M16 Min. HDA-PF HDA-PR HDA-T.3 51.9 36.9 24.8 7.4 63.4 100.1 16. edge distance cmin [mm] 80 100 150 200 Tensile NRd HDA-P(F).6 17.HDA Design anchor Design resistance Single anchor. edge distance (c = cmin).3 43.3 47. HDA-T(F) HDA-PR. HDA-TF HDA-TR [kN] 28.3 [kN] 10.3 65.7 - 17.6 17. shear without lever arm Non-cracked concrete Anchor size M10 M12 M16 M20 Min.4 14. HDA-TR Shear VRd HDA-P.4 93.4 93.8 - 16.0 25.3 73.4 49.6 53. HDA-PF HDA-PR HDA-T.6 24.7 23.7 84.6 51.8 26.7 29.4 24.4 49.6 102.3 50.6 136. shear without lever arm Non-cracked concrete Anchor size M10 M12 M16 M20 Min.6 136.6 136.6 53.3 36.3 114. fixture thickness tfix [mm] 15 15 20 25 15 15 20 Min.6 Double anchor.0 16.3 [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] 17.3 114. HDA-T(F) HDA-PR. min.6 47.4 93. min. spacing (s = smin).3 73.7 44.6 47. HDA-PF HDA-PR HDA-T.7 - 10 / 2012 . HDA-TR Shear VRd HDA-P. fixture thickness tfix [mm] 15 15 20 25 Min. HDA-T(F) [kN] 30.7 - Single anchor.3 10.3 HDA-PR.9 78.0 63.7 23.3 50.3 63.4 49.5 35. base material thickness hmin [mm] 180 200 270 350 HDA-T: Min. no edge effects.3 43.3 43.0 25.4 41.4 49.0 - [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] 17.

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suitable for non-cracked and cracked concrete C 20/25 to C 50/60 .Minimum base material thickness . issue 2008-01-10. Bern IBMB.No edge distance and spacing influence . Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to .reliable pull-down of the part fastened .Concrete C 20/25.no rotation in hole when tightening bolt HSL-3 Bolt version HSL-3-G Threaded rod version HSL-3-B Safety cap version HSL-3-SH Hexagonal socked head screws HSL-3-SK Countersunk version Concrete Tensile zone Fire resistance Fatigue Shock European Technical Approval Seismic CE conformity PROFIS Anchor design software Approvals / certificates Description a) European technical approval ICC-ES report incl.force-controlled expansion .high loading capacity . fck. Paris ICC evaluation service Federal Office for Cicil Protection.Correct setting (See setting instruction) .Concrete as specified in the table . seismic Shockproof fastenings in civil defence installations Fire test report Assessment report (fire) Authority / Laboratory CSTB. heavy duty anchor Anchor version Benefits . / date of issue ETA-02/0042 / 2008-01-10 ESR 1545 / 2012-03-01 BZS D 08-601 / 2008-06-30 UB 3041/1663-CM / 2004-03-22 WF 166402 / 2007-10-26 a) All data given in this section according ETA-02/0042.HSL-3 carbon steel heavy duty anchor HSL-3 carbon steel. Braunschweig warringtonfire No.cube = 25 N/mm² 88 For details see Simplified design method 10 / 2012 .Steel failure .

8 7.4 70.4 95.0 6. HSL-3-SH a) HSL-3-G b) - 20. HSL-3-SH a) [kN] 43.3 66.3 48.0 31. HSL-3-SKa). [kN] HSL-3-SKa).2 47.2 24.2 [kN] 20.4 95.2 71.9 a) HSL-3-SK and HSL-3-SH is only available up to M12 b) HSL-3-G is only available up to M20 c) With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.8 140.8 HSL-3.4 30.9 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 66.9 21.8 36.8 28.0 68.4.1 67.0 Tensile Nrecc) Shear Vrec M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 c) HSL-3-Gb) [kN] 14.5 44.4 67.1 49.9 15.9 93.9 27.1 - Design resistance Non-cracked concrete Anchor size Tensile NRd Cracked concrete M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 [kN] 15.1 34.1 75.1 48.5 122.1 4.8 133.7 10.6 HSL-3-Gb) [kN] 36.1 88.3 47.6 132.8 54.1 24.8 87. 10 / 2012 89 . The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.3 34.9 123.2 93.3 19.3 48. HSL-3-B.3 20. HSL-3-B. HSL-3-B.0 48.8 51.3 48.1 24.3 [kN] 26.4 29.7 24.2 93.9 39.9 - 26.5 HSL-3.0 56.1 [kN] 24.0 33.7 100.9 24.1 Shear VRk HSL-3.2 47.5 34.0 67.1 68.6 133. HSL-3-SKa).2 34.8 34.5 34.9 19.m 66.0 245.1 118.3 47.9 27.0 33.1 39.5 187.5 36.9 63.7 17.6 47.8 43.5 72.1 34. HSL-3-SHa) 17.8 187. HSL-3-SKa).0 67.2 14.2 24.6 19.5 20.0 48.5 44.4 92.0 [kN] 31.9 177.6 50.6 12.HSL-3 carbon steel heavy duty anchor Mean ultimate resistance Non-cracked concrete Anchor size Cracked concrete M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 [kN] 31.0 100.1 28.0 33.1 - Characteristic resistance Non-cracked concrete Anchor size Tensile NRk Cracked concrete M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 [kN] 23.1 34.1 88.1 14. HSL-3-SH a) HSL-3-G b) 85.7 140.1 12.0 25.4 48.1 - 61.1 42.m - 36.1 17.0 67.3 40.6 50.0 95.8 Shear VRu.0 67. HSL-3-B.0 16.3 17.6 Tensile NRu.2 14.6 133.9 31.5 72.0 68.1 Recommended loads Non-cracked concrete Anchor size Cracked concrete M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M8 [kN] 11.7 Shear VRd HSL-3.0 100.6 175.2 51.

5 224. 5 µm Anchor dimensions Dimensions of HSL-3.2 28.HSL-3 carbon steel heavy duty anchor Materials Mechanical properties of HSL-3.3 M10 800 640 58.2 HSL-3-SK 90 M8 10 20 18.4 [Nm] 24.9 12 32 15.2 38 3 M12 25 17.2 718.6 17 40 20 28 223 3 M16 10 200 23.4 34.8 14 36 17.8 14 36 17.4 24.6 17 40 20 48 3 11.8. HSL-3-SH.6 31. HSL-3-B.2 19 2 M10 20 14. HSL-3-SH.8 415.3 109.9 12 32 15.5 51 241 4 HSL-3 HSL-3-B M24 10 200 31.2 2 M10 20 14.4 M16 800 640 157 277. HSL-3-SK Anchor version HSL-3 HSL-3-G Thread size tfix [mm] ds [mm] l1 [mm] l2 [mm] l3 [mm] l4 [mm] min max p [mm] min max M8 5 200 11.6 22 65 39 57 247 4 HSL-3-SH M8 5 11.2 32.8 14 36 17.0 212.1 M20 830 640 245 540.5 M12 800 640 84.6 20 54. HSL-3-G.2 3 M12 25 17.6 20 57 31.s [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [mm²] [mm³] M8 800 640 36.2 23 218 3 HSL-3 HSL-3-G HSL-3-B M12 5 200 17.5 4 M20 10 200 27. HSL-3-B.6 17 40 20 40 3 10 / 2012 . HSL-3-G.9 12 32 15. galvanised to min.0 62.2 19 214 2 M10 5 200 14.4 Material quality Part Bolt.0 84.0 48.6 M24 830 640 353 935. threaded rod Material steel strength 8. HSL-3-SK Anchor size Nominal tensile strength f uk Yield strength fyk Stressed cross-section As Moment of resistance W Design bending resistance without sleeve MRd.

55 32.HSL-3 carbon steel heavy duty anchor Setting installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer Other tools M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 TE2 – TE16 TE40 – TE70 hammer.5 24.5 18.55 28. torque wrench.5 15. For technical data for anchors in diamond drilled holes please contact the Hilti Technical advisory service. Setting details: depth of drill hole h1 and effective anchorage depth hef Setting details HSL-3 Anchor version HSL-3 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 Nominal diameter of drill bit do [mm] 12 15 18 24 28 32 Cutting diameter of drill bit dcut ≤ [mm] 12.7 Depth of drill hole h1 ≥ [mm] 80 90 105 125 155 180 Diameter of clearance hole in the fixture df ≤ [mm] 14 17 20 26 31 35 Effective anchorage depth hef [mm] 60 70 80 100 125 150 Torque moment Tinst [Nm] 25 50 80 120 200 250 Width across SW [mm] 13 17 19 24 30 36 10 / 2012 91 . blow out pump M24 Setting instruction For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product.

5 Depth of drill hole h1 ≥ [mm] 85 95 110 Diameter of clearance hole in the fixture df ≤ [mm] 14 17 20 Effective anchorage Depth hef [mm] 60 70 80 Torque moment Tinst [Nm] 25 35 60 Width across SW [mm] 6 8 10 92 10 / 2012 .7 Depth of drill hole h1 ≥ [mm] 105 125 155 180 Diameter of clearance hole in the fixture df ≤ [mm] 20 26 31 35 Effective anchorage depth hef [mm] 80 100 125 150 [mm] 24 30 36 41 M8 M10 M12 Width across SW The torque moment is controlled by the safety cap Setting details HSL-3-SH Anchor version HSL-3-SH Nominal diameter of drill bit do [mm] 12 15 18 Cutting diameter of drill bit dcut ≤ [mm] 12.5 15.55 28.HSL-3 carbon steel heavy duty anchor Setting details HSL-3-G Anchor version HSL-3-G M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 Nominal diameter of drill bit do [mm] 12 15 18 24 28 Cutting diameter of drill bit dcut ≤ [mm] 12.55 Depth of drill hole h1 ≥ [mm] 80 90 105 125 155 Diameter of clearance hole in the fixture df ≤ [mm] 14 17 20 26 31 Effective anchorage depth hef [mm] 60 70 80 100 125 Torque moment Tinst [Nm] 20 35 60 80 160 Width across SW [mm] 13 17 19 24 30 Setting details HSL-3-B Anchor version HSL-3-B M12 M16 M20 M24 Nominal diameter of drill bit do [mm] 18 24 28 32 Cutting diameter of drill bit dcut ≤ [mm] 18.5 24.5 15.5 18.55 32.5 18.5 24.55 28.

5 225 For spacing (edge distance) smaller than critical spacing (critical edge distance) the design loads have to be reduced.5 18. 10 / 2012 93 .5 25.sp [mm] 230 270 300 380 480 570 ccr.5 Depth of drill hole h1 ≥ [mm] 80 90 105 Diameter of clearance hole in the fixture df ≤ [mm] 14 17 20 Diameter of countersunk hole in the fixture dh = [mm] 22.5 15. For cracked concrete only the critical spacing and critical edge distance for concrete cone failure are decisive.N [mm] 180 210 240 300 375 450 ccr.sp [mm] 115 135 150 190 240 285 scr.N [mm] 90 105 120 150 187.9 Effective anchorage Depth hef [mm] 60 70 80 Torque moment Tinst [Nm] 25 50 80 Size of hexagon socket screw key SW [mm] 5 6 8 Setting parameters Anchor size Minimum base material thickness Minimum spacing Minimum edge distance Critical spacing for splitting failure Critical edge distance for splitting failure Critical spacing for concrete cone failure Critical edge distance for concrete cone failure M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 hmin [mm] 120 140 160 200 250 300 smin for c ≥ cmin for s ≥ [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] 60 100 60 100 70 100 70 160 80 160 80 240 100 240 100 240 125 300 150 300 150 300 150 300 scr. Critical spacing and critical edge distance for splitting failure apply only for non-cracked concrete.HSL-3 carbon steel heavy duty anchor Setting details HSL-3-SK Anchor version HSL-3-SK M8 M10 M12 Nominal diameter of drill bit do [mm] 12 15 18 Cutting diameter of drill bit dcut ≤ [mm] 12.5 32.

Influence of concrete strength Influence of edge distance Influence of spacing Valid for a group of two anchors.9 M12 44.N Non-cracked concrete Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 Cracked concrete M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 N0Rd.1 [kN] a) Splitting resistance must only be considered for non-cracked concrete 94 10 / 2012 .5 M10 30.sp ⋅ fre. (The method may also be applied for anchor groups with more than two anchors or more than one edge.p = N0Rd.2 14.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.7 M20 130.N ⋅ fre.9 M16 83. The influencing factors must then be considered for each edge distance and spacing.1 17. issue 2008-01-10.sp ⋅ f h.sp ⋅ f3.N ⋅ f2.s Anchor size NRd.s [kN] M8 19.N ⋅ fre.Steel resistance: NRd.6 47.HSL-3 carbon steel heavy duty anchor Simplified design method Simplified version of the design method according ETAG 001.6 19.c 15. Design resistance according data given in ETA-02/0042.p ⋅ fB (only M8.3 Design pull-out resistance NRd. To avoid this.2 24.0 33. M10 in cracked concrete) Non-cracked concrete Anchor size 0 N Rd.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.sp ⋅ f2.N Basic design tensile resistance Design steel resistance NRd.sp = N0Rd. Tension loading The design tensile resistance is the lower value of .7 11.c = N0Rd.0 33.N ⋅ f3.sp ⋅ f h.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.Concrete cone resistance: NRd.N Design splitting resistance a) NRd.7 24.s .Concrete pull-out resistance: NRd.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.0 61.7 No pull-out failure Design concrete cone resistance NRd.N Concrete splitting resistance (only non-cracked concrete): NRd.sp ⋅ f3.7 M24 188. Annex C.N ⋅ f2.N ⋅ f3.sp ⋅ fre.p ⋅ fB . The calculated design loads are then on the save side: They will be lower than the exact values according ETAG 001.c = N - 0 Rd.7 10.sp ⋅ f2. For more complex fastening applications please use the anchor design software PROFIS Anchor. it is recommended to use the anchor design software PROFIS anchor) The design method is based on the following simplification: No different loads are acting on individual anchors (no eccentricity) The values are valid for one anchor.p = N0Rd.p M8 [kN] M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 No pull-out failure Cracked concrete M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 6.5 44. Annex C.sp = N0Rd.

4 0.82 0.9 1 1 1 f re.3⋅c/ccr. then a factor f re.85 0.8 0.N 0.80 0.c = V ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc 95 .90 0.55 Influence of edge distance a) c/ccr.76 0.91 0.cp = k ⋅ NRd.6 ≥ 3.34 1.sp = 0.95 1 f 2.88 0. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.cube = concrete compressive strength.2 3.48 1.68 1 1.6 0.97 1 0.5 + hef/200mm ≤ 1 a) This factor applies only for dense reinforcement.N) ≤ 1 0.19 1.3⋅c/ccr.N = 0.1 0.75 0.N = 0.75 0.5⋅(1 + s/scr.55 0.5 0.95 1 f 3. This influencing factor must be considered for every anchor spacing.70 0.65 0.1 1.8 3.sp = 0. Shear loading The design shear resistance is the lower value of .N ≤ 1 f 1.13 1.90 0.25 1.2 2.cube/25N/mm²)1/2 a) 1 1.4 3.2 0.60 0.5 Influence of reinforcement Anchor size M8 M10 a) M12 a) M16 M20 M24 a) 0.Steel resistance: - Concrete pryout resistance: .22 1.sp) ≤ 1 a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin given in the table with the setting details.N = 0.3 0.60 0.c VRd. Influence of anchor spacing a) s/scr.9 1 0.65 0.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.7 + 0.sp f 3.3 0.7 + 0.HSL-3 carbon steel heavy duty anchor Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 fB = (f ck.4 2.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.sp = [h/(2⋅hef)] 2/3 2.sp f 1.73 0.80 0. These influencing factors must be considered for every edge distance.sp ≤ 1 f 2.48 1.85 0. Influence of base material thickness h/hef f h.Concrete edge resistance: 10 / 2012 VRd.N = 0.5 0.9 1 0.0 2.79 0.5⋅(1 + s/scr.1 s/scr.0 3.31 1.07 1.8 0.85 0.sp = 0. If in the area of anchorage there is reinforcement with a spacing ≥ 150 mm (any diameter) or with a diameter ≤ 10 mm and a spacing ≥ 100 mm.55 0.2 0.94 0.N = 1 may be applied.N) ≤ 1 0.N c/ccr.6 2.sp) ≤ 1 a) The anchor spacing shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin given in the table with the setting details.85 0.42 1.8 0.37 1.s VRd.7 0.4 0.6 0.41 a) fck.7 0.c 0 Rd.70 0.

34 1.0 16.45 0.s Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 24.c = V0Rd.4 57.3 a) For anchor groups only the anchors close to the edge must be considered.9 HSL-3-G [kN] 20.1 33.0 Design concrete edge resistance a) VRd.97 2.5 ⋅ c)} 1/2 ≤1 10 / 2012 .4 68.7 8.48 1.ca) Anchor size M8 k 1. HSL-3-B.63 0.15 0.22 1.9 22.5 - M12 M16 M20 M24 VRd.9 27.35 ≥ 1.00 1 (cos α V )2 +  sin α V  2  2.cp = k ⋅ NRd.9 113. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.3 0.01 1.55 Influence of angle between load applied and the direction perpendicular to the free edge Angle ß fβ = 0° 10° 20° 30° 40° 50° 60° 70° 80° ≥ 90° 1 1.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Non-cracked concrete Anchor size M8 Cracked concrete M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 [kN] 11. a) a) [kN] HSL-3-SK .8 42.45 0.77 0.8 a) HSL-3-SK and HSL-3-SH is only available up to M12 43.2 1.cube/25N/mm²)1/2 a) 1 1.c Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 fB = (f ck. HSL-3-SH Design concrete pryout resistance VRd.71 0.HSL-3 carbon steel heavy duty anchor Basic design shear resistance Design steel resistance VRd.9 36.7 59.6 113.41 a) fck.50 0.13 1.8 a) NRd.9 1.84 0.2 26.cube = concrete compressive strength.64 1.89 0.s HSL-3.32 2.6 0.5 0.1 1.40 1.5  Influence of base material thickness h/c fh = 96 {h/(1.05 1.7 16. 12.9 39.75 0.3 V0Rd.c: Design concrete cone resistance M10 2.55 0.24 1.95 1.4 80.5 141.05 1.8 47.32 0.

20 30 40 0.25 2.26 6.08 6.32 2.31 7.65 0.65 0.50 2.83 2.00 1.08 5.00 1. issue 2008-01-10.83 2.65 1.87 6.35 0.68 1.33 a) The anchor spacing and the edge minimum edge distance cmin.76 4.15 4.00 6.20 5.73 4.38 1.44 6.5 Single anchor 0.40 1. 10 / 2012 97 .75 1.75 4.45 8.72 8.54 6.20 5.90 6.32 1.38 9.25 5.67 Influence of edge distance a) 4 c/d 6 8 0.32 2.73 3.18 5.18 6.90 8.95 3.67 0.19 3.70 6.90 4.63 7.76 4.68 3.59 6.31 8.50 5.05 6.15 4.25 5.27 0.61 5.83 2.35 0.50 1.50 4.86 3.55 5.81 7.92 8.22 9.77 1. Precalculated values Design resistance calculated according ETAG 001.56 4.38 3.00 1.81 3.83 2.40 1.83 6.38 3.63 0.84 1.43 0.00 0.65 0.75 10.51 3.32 3.40 1.88 2.75 7.26 3.65 1.99 5.44 2.38 3.50 8.75 4.00 1.91 5.77 2.25 3.40 1.32 2.42 7.35 0.65 2.50 12.50 6.84 1.52 0.65 0.84 1.00 4.75 4.83 2.20 2.71 0.22 7.09 9.22 8.81 6.15 6.98 1.50 6.90 3.84 1.00 7.26 10.32 2.15 2.00 3.65 0.65 2.30 2.04 5.75 7.17 2.25 1.40 0.94 9.25 9.33 4.33 5.45 7.12 4.25 0.43 5.57 4.65 0.00 1.57 5.84 1.35 0.65 0.36 3.35 5.56 3.50 5.83 2.35 0.HSL-3 carbon steel heavy duty anchor Influence of anchor spacing and edge distance a) for concrete edge resistance: f4 f4 = (c/hef)1.84 1.25 7.86 5.22 1.51 4.31 6.45 5.95 3.00 3.55 3. HSL-3-SK and HSL-3-SH is only available up to M12.35 0.55 7.78 7.00 2.41 5.12 2.85 distance shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin and the Influence of embedment depth Anchor size f hef = 0.00 1.59 8.00 1.96 5.75 7.61 3.35 0.55 4.50 3.79 9.83 2.64 4.75 6.02 10.38 3.36 6.83 4.56 3.90 5.18 5.65 0.75 5.85 6.03 3.00 11.17 8.95 3.50 0.11 3.82 1.26 1.00 1. c/hef Group of two anchors s/hef 3.67 9.35 0.40 1.63 5.75 6.14 5.65 0.25 4.35 0.05 ⋅ (hef / d) 1.10 6.50 9.00 5.95 3.87 4.52 3.75 10.27 7.00 8.72 5.19 10 15 0.95 3.40 1.76 3.32 1.25 8.00 5.50 8.02 7.84 1.75 0.29 6.16 3.68 4.94 4.40 1.61 0.38 2.00 6.69 2.63 6.17 9.20 5.35 0.04 7.55 6.36 7. All data applies to concrete C 20/25 – fck.62 0.36 4.53 1. Annex C and data given in ETA-02/0042.84 5.27 6.74 7.84 1.93 6.98 2.65 0.65 0.60 fc = (d / c) a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin.37 2.20 3.25 5.5 ⋅ (1 + s / [3 ⋅ c]) ⋅ 0.49 2.99 7.65 0.84 1.38 1.86 4.32 2.15 3.57 2.89 7.21 4.75 0.50 Combined tension and shear loading For combined tension and shear loading see section “Anchor Design”.02 8.32 2.11 4.16 7.03 6.69 7.56 4.96 3.50 11.06 2.88 9.38 3.30 5.98 3.00 1.55 4.86 5.11 8.49 8.39 8.30 6.56 2.35 0.25 3.06 4.75 0.96 7.35 0.26 5.12 1.32 2.59 1.38 3.40 1.67 0.25 6.44 4.40 1.65 0.73 8.38 5.83 1.84 0.35 4.95 3.98 5.73 7.cube =25 N/mm².95 2.95 8.74 3.62 7.40 1.25 0.56 4.99 8.77 0.56 4.32 2.88 1.66 8.00 9.28 4.00 1. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.35 0.38 3.00 1.67 5.71 6.00 1.83 8.07 1.4.32 2.75 2.63 2.68 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 0.99 9.25 6.35 0.57 0.46 3.84 1.60 4.84 1.94 2.08 7.54 0. Recommended loads can be calculated by dividing the design resistance by an overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.41 5.81 3.47 2.00 1.55 10.50 9.97 10.47 7.45 9.21 8.74 10.40 1.55 0.35 0.49 1.50 7.16 7.78 7.87 5.83 2.54 6.25 12.

HSL-3-SK.5 12.9 21.2 29.7 HSL-3-G Shear VRd. HSL-3-SH [kN] 10.2 93.9 39.4 48.9 32. HSL-3-B. without lever arm HSL-3. edge distance (c = cmin) Non-cracked concrete Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 Min.4 6.3 11.9 22.1 HSL-3-G Double anchor.6 19.0 6.3 48.1 Single anchor. HSL-3-B.7 22.9 20.3 48.0 28.5 44. HSL-3-SH HSL-3-G [kN] 20.7 9.3 13.5 11.1 - M24 300 150 M8 120 60 Cracked concrete M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 140 160 200 250 300 70 80 100 125 150 40. spacing (s = smin).7 17.1 30.2 12.9 123.7 24. HSL-3-B.2 27.9 HSL-3-G Shear VRd. no edge effects. HSL-3-SK.0 67.8 15.9 27.8 34.4 33.4 15.0 33.7 58.0 67. no edge effects Non-cracked concrete Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M8 Min. spacing smin [mm] 60 70 80 100 125 Tensile NRd HSL-3.6 15. edge distance cmin [mm] 60 70 80 100 125 Tensile NRd HSL-3.0 44.0 22.1 28.8 12. base material thickness hmin [mm] 120 140 160 200 250 Min.4 29. HSL-3-SH [kN] 9.0 19. HSL-3-B.5 28. without lever arm HSL-3. HSL-3-S).8 10 / 2012 .2 21. base material thickness hmin [mm] 120 140 160 200 250 300 120 Tensile NRd HSL-3.1 34.2 93.1 44. without lever arm HSL-3.4 7. HSL-3-SK.4 18.4 16.6 47.2 24.1 88.4 8.1 HSL-3-SK .1 67.9 18. HSL-3-SK.5 5.0 33. HSL-3-SH [kN] 6.4 67. (load values are valid for one anchor) Non-cracked concrete Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 Min.0 61.8 62. min.9 M24 300 150 M8 120 60 Cracked concrete M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 140 160 200 250 300 70 80 100 125 150 39.7 10. HSL-3-B.4 10. HSL-3-SH [kN] 18.8 43.6 HSL-3-G 98 Cracked concrete M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 140 160 200 250 300 10.0 33.HSL-3 carbon steel heavy duty anchor Design resistance Single anchor.0 4. HSL-3-SH [kN] 15.7 26. HSL-3-B.2 32. base material thickness hmin [mm] 120 140 160 200 250 Min. [kN] 24.4 82. min.6 HSL-3-G Shear VRd.7 6.5 20.

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0 57.m [kN] 26.reliable pull-down of the part fastened .no rotation in hole when tightening bolt HSL-GR Concrete Benefits PROFIS Anchor design software Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to .suitable for non-cracked C 20/25 to C 50/60 .Concrete as specified in the table .Minimum base material thickness .Correct setting (See setting instruction) .3 42.0 110.Steel failure .No edge distance and spacing influence .Concrete C 20/25.4 Shear VRk [kN] 25.0 115.2 47.cube = 25 N/mm² For details see Simplified design method Mean ultimate resistance Hilti technical data for non-cracked concrete Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 Tensile NRu.0 80.m [kN] 26. fck.5 Characteristic resistance Hilti technical data for non-cracked concrete Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 Tensile NRk [kN] 23. heavy duty anchor Anchor version .4 70.4 29.0 40.0 55.9 66.1 50.5 Shear VRu.9 93.0 100 10 / 2012 .8 84.high loading capacity .9 39.HSL-GR stainless steel heavy duty anchor HSL-GR stainless steel.5 36.force-controlled expansion .

5 M20 700 450 245 540.5 51 241 6 10 / 2012 101 .HSL-GR stainless steel heavy duty anchor Design resistance Hilti technical data for non-cracked concrete Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 Tensile NRd [kN] 13.4 20.4 a) With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.5 58.2 min 26 max 221 p [mm] 3 M10 5 200 14.8 30 17.6 22 57 31.2 Shear VRd [kN] 16.8 8.3 M12 700 450 84.4 43 233 5 M20 10 200 27.5 Recommended loads a) Hilti technical data for non-cracked concrete Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 Tensile Nrec [kN] 9.1 28. threaded rod Material steel grade A4 Anchor dimensions Dimensions of HSL-GR Thread size M8 tfix [mm] min max 5 200 ds [mm] l1 [mm] l2 [mm] l3 [mm] 11.9 [Nm] 16.8 149.3 51.s [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [mm²] [mm³] M8 700 450 36.2 M16 700 450 157 277.3 70.6 31.3 109. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.0 28.5 26 l4 [mm] 15.3 Material quality Part Bolt.6 35.4 291.2 36.0 25.4.0 16.2 29 224 4 M12 5 200 17.0 Shear Vrec [kN] 11.3 11.8 33.6 12 32 20 32 227 5 M16 10 200 23. Materials Mechanical properties of HSL-GR Anchor size Nominal tensile strength f uk Yield strength fyk Stressed cross-section As Moment of resistance W Design bending resistance without sleeve MRd.7 14.6 18 46 24.2 M10 700 450 58.4 18.0 62.6 50.3 20.1 39.3 25.8 10.

Setting details: depth of drill hole h1 and effective anchorage depth hef 102 10 / 2012 .HSL-GR stainless steel heavy duty anchor Setting installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer Other tools M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 TE2 – TE16 TE40 – TE70 hammer. For technical data for anchors in diamond drilled holes please contact the Hilti Technical advisory service. blow out pump Setting instruction For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product. torque wrench.

Annex C.5 15.N [mm] 90 105 120 150 187.N [mm] 180 210 240 300 375 ccr.sp [mm] 270 300 330 380 480 ccr.sp [mm] 135 150 165 190 240 scr.55 Depth of drill hole h1 ≥ [mm] 80 90 105 125 155 Diameter of clearance hole in the fixture df ≤ [mm] 14 17 20 26 31 Effective anchorage depth hef [mm] 60 70 80 100 125 Torque moment Tinst [Nm] 20 35 60 80 160 Width across SW [mm] 13 17 19 24 30 Setting parameters Anchor size Minimum base material hmin thickness M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 [mm] 120 140 160 200 250 smin [mm] 100 160 240 240 300 Minimum edge distance cmin [mm] 60 70 80 100 150 scr.5 18. Influence of concrete strength Influence of edge distance Influence of spacing Valid for a group of two anchors.5 Minimum spacing Critical spacing for splitting failure Critical edge distance for splitting failure Critical spacing for concrete cone failure Critical edge distance for concrete cone failure For spacing (edge distance) smaller than critical spacing (critical edge distance) the design loads have to be reduced.5 24. Simplified design method Simplified version of the design method according ETAG 001. The influencing factors must then be considered for each edge distance 10 / 2012 103 .55 28. For cracked concrete only the critical spacing and critical edge distance for concrete cone failure are decisive. (The method may also be applied for anchor groups with more than two anchors or more than one edge. Critical spacing and critical edge distance for splitting failure apply only for non-cracked concrete.HSL-GR stainless steel heavy duty anchor Setting details Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 Nominal diameter of drill bit do [mm] 12 15 18 24 28 Cutting diameter of drill bit dcut ≤ [mm] 12.

c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.N Anchor size N0Rd.N ⋅ f3. Tension loading The design tensile resistance is the lower value of .sp ⋅ f h.7 M12 31.s Anchor size NRd.sp = N0Rd.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.1 1.p ⋅ fB Anchor size N0Rd.N ⋅ f2.48 1.N ⋅ f2.c = N0Rd.sp ⋅ f3.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.2 Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 fB = (f ck.sp ⋅ fre.HSL-GR stainless steel heavy duty anchor and spacing.6 M16 58.p = N0Rd.sp = N0Rd. For more complex fastening applications please use the anchor design software PROFIS Anchor.sp ⋅ f3.4 20.sp ⋅ f2. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length 104 C 45/55 C 50/60 1.sp ⋅ f2. Annex C.0 16.s [kN] M8 13.s .7 M10 M12 M16 M20 Design pull-out resistance NRd.7 M10 21.1 39.N ⋅ f3.8 M20 91.cube = concrete compressive strength.Concrete cone resistance: NRd.p ⋅ fB .p = N0Rd.34 1.41 a) fck.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.cube/25N/mm²)1/2 a) 1 1.Steel resistance: NRd.N - Concrete splitting resistance (only non-cracked concrete): NRd.Concrete pull-out resistance: NRd.22 1.55 10 / 2012 .sp ⋅ f h.sp ⋅ fre.p M8 [kN] No pull-out failure Design concrete cone resistance NRd.N ⋅ fre.c = N0Rd.N Basic design tensile resistance Design steel resistance NRd.) The design method is based on the following simplification: No different loads are acting on individual anchors (no eccentricity) The values are valid for one anchor.N ⋅ fre.N Design splitting resistance NRd. The calculated design loads are then on the save side: They will be lower than the exact values according ETAG 001.1 28.c [kN] M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 13.

6 35.HSL-GR stainless steel heavy duty anchor Influence of edge distance a) c/ccr. Influence of anchor spacing a) s/scr.65 0.42 1.95 1 f 3.95 1 f 2.94 0.6 ≥ 3.N ≤ 1 f 1. then a factor f re.88 0.c VRd.8 3.2 0.07 1.N 0.6 0.8 0.2 2.Steel resistance: - Concrete pryout resistance: .0 25.79 0.5 0.70 0.4 3.N = 0.85 0.s Anchor size VRd.6 2.3 0.N = 1 may be applied.s VRd.19 1.3⋅c/ccr.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Basic design shear resistance Design steel resistance VRd.2 0.85 0.7 + 0.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.65 0.5⋅(1 + s/scr.70 0.68 1 1.85 0.N) ≤ 1 0.9 1 0.sp) ≤ 1 a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin given in the table with the setting details.s 10 / 2012 [kN] M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 16.5⋅(1 + s/scr.sp = 0.sp) ≤ 1 a) The anchor spacing shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin given in the table with the setting details.3⋅c/ccr.2 3.N = 0.sp = 0.sp = [h/(2⋅hef)] 2/3 2.73 0.0 3.60 0.4 2.55 0.0 2.5 0.75 0.80 0.90 0.3 51.3 70.9 1 1 0.1 0.sp = 0. Shear loading The design shear resistance is the lower value of .4 0.Concrete edge resistance: VRd.5 Influence of reinforcement Anchor size M8 M10 a) a) M12 M16 M20 a) 0.91 0.48 1. This influencing factor must be considered for every anchor spacing.7 0.7 0.8 0.60 0.82 0.5 105 .90 0.7 + 0. If in the area of anchorage there is reinforcement with a spacing ≥ 150 mm (any diameter) or with a diameter ≤ 10 mm and a spacing ≥ 100 mm.55 0.80 0.sp f 1.1 s/scr.76 0.13 1.97 1 c/ccr.N = 0.31 1.4 0.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.8 f re.25 1.5 + hef/200mm ≤ 1 a) This factor applies only for dense reinforcement. These influencing factors must be considered for every edge distance. Influence of base material thickness h/hef f h.c = V0Rd.85 0.sp f 3.37 1.sp ≤ 1 f 2.3 0.9 1 0.75 0.N 0.N = 0.N) ≤ 1 0.cp = k ⋅ NRd.6 0.

c = V0Rd.71 0.cp = k ⋅ NRd.c Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 fB = (f ck.5 ⋅ c)} 1/2 ≤1 10 / 2012 .HSL-GR stainless steel heavy duty anchor Design concrete pryout resistance VRd.34 1.75 0.15 0.84 0.6 0.5 0.9 2.97 2.55 Influence of angle between load applied and the direction perpendicular to the free edge Angle ß fβ = 0° 10° 20° 30° 40° 50° 60° 70° 80° ≥ 90° 1 1.1 1. 36.24 1.89 0.05 1.41 a) fck.00 1 (cos α V )2 +  sin α V  2  2.5 22.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Anchor size M8 M10 0 V Rd. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.5  Influence of base material thickness h/c fh = 106 {h/(1.48 1.01 1.32 0.32 2.3 0.8 a) NRd.63 0.35 ≥ 1.05 1.13 1.2 46.cube/25N/mm²)1/2 a) 1 1.64 1.4 16.55 0.77 0.ca) Anchor size M8 k 1.22 1.40 1.c: Design concrete cone resistance M10 M12 M16 M20 M12 M16 M20 11.45 0.9 1.2 1.4 [kN] a) For anchor groups only the anchors close to the edge must be considered.cube = concrete compressive strength.45 0.95 1.0 Design concrete edge resistance a) VRd.50 0.

55 3.16 3.35 0.52 0.75 7.25 7.35 0.00 5.30 2.60 4. All data applies to concrete C 20/25 – fck.07 1.50 1.72 5.35 0.32 2.65 0.49 8.32 2.35 0.83 2.18 5.00 2.19 10 15 0.41 5.06 2.50 12.32 1.90 4.65 0.25 4.67 0.31 7.56 4.27 7.20 5.32 2.99 5.47 2.35 0.20 5.15 4.84 1.35 0.51 4.15 4.18 5.66 8.35 0.65 0.63 7.40 1.82 1.73 7.10 6.25 9.96 7.50 4.55 6.50 11.90 8.78 7.28 4.26 3.65 0.00 6.55 10.50 8.36 3.65 1.32 2.98 2.67 5.32 2.95 2.50 3.62 7.20 3.33 a) The anchor spacing and the edge minimum edge distance cmin.21 4.38 1.56 3.00 4.61 5.75 5.11 3.38 3. Annex C and data given in ETA-02/0042.38 3.90 5.74 3.96 3.15 6.00 1.75 6.63 6.50 7.86 5.31 8.68 1.67 0.5 ⋅ (1 + s / [3 ⋅ c]) ⋅ 0.03 6.77 2.43 0. c/hef Group of two anchors s/hef 3.87 4.57 5.12 1.36 7.25 6.93 6.00 1.74 7.59 6.50 5.83 2.50 8.83 2.46 3.84 1.99 8.84 1.68 4.35 0.12 2.50 5.74 10.86 5.00 0.75 4.54 6.26 5.00 5.40 1.00 7.00 1.86 3.25 3.35 5.50 2.65 0. HSL-3-SK and HSL-3-SH is only available up to M12.00 1.56 4.72 8.22 9.4.94 9.44 4.20 5.95 3.02 10.65 0.38 1.84 1.5 Single anchor 0.75 0.88 2.68 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 0.49 2.65 0.83 2.98 5.85 distance shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin and the Influence of embedment depth Anchor size f hef = 0.75 4.25 0.26 1.45 8.21 8.25 5.35 4.95 8.27 6.50 9.51 3.32 2.77 0.36 6.96 5.67 9.83 2.08 7.81 6.25 6.09 9.40 1.83 6.00 8.38 5.87 5.02 8.25 0.35 0.04 5.22 1.22 8.95 3.84 1.38 2.61 3.55 5.39 8.63 5.75 0.17 9.71 0.83 2.35 0.81 7. Precalculated values Design resistance calculated according ETAG 001.55 0.78 7.83 8.38 3. 20 30 40 0.45 9.30 5.49 1.84 0.94 2.61 0.98 3.25 5.54 0.50 6.55 7.00 1.95 3.86 4.25 8.00 1.40 1.84 1.44 2.16 7.83 2.35 0.56 4.84 1.14 5.33 4.40 1.87 6.63 2.18 6.73 8.95 3.19 3.38 3.40 1.92 8.56 3.85 6.83 4.73 3.57 4.38 3.75 4.25 3.75 1.11 8.99 9.36 4.53 1.71 6.38 3.90 6.75 7.22 7.89 7.41 5. Recommended loads can be calculated by dividing the design resistance by an overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.84 1.25 1.65 0. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.88 9.65 0.cube =25 N/mm².35 0.57 0.84 5.32 2.00 9.63 0.26 10.00 1.33 5.11 4.76 4.75 10.54 6.40 0.00 1.65 2.60 fc = (d / c) a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin.94 4.00 1.90 3.40 1.37 2.75 10.84 1.40 1.12 4.57 2.38 3.50 6.00 1. issue 2008-01-10.75 0.44 6.35 0.25 2.08 5.75 6.40 1.HSL-GR stainless steel heavy duty anchor Influence of anchor spacing and edge distance a) for concrete edge resistance: f4 f4 = (c/hef)1.38 9.65 0.15 3.84 1. 10 / 2012 107 .17 8.64 4.75 2.76 3.91 5.73 4.25 12.30 6.75 7.32 3.65 1.40 1.25 5.59 8.55 4.83 1.00 6.65 2.65 0.65 0.06 4.45 5.69 7.35 0.00 1.15 2.65 0.00 3.95 3.00 1.99 7.68 3.32 1.84 1.29 6.88 1.00 3.50 Combined tension and shear loading For combined tension and shear loading see section “Anchor Design”.76 4.95 3.40 1.05 ⋅ (hef / d) 1.27 0.45 7.56 4.50 0.00 11.70 6.98 1.52 3.26 6.55 4.77 1.42 7.56 2.47 7.81 3.32 2.20 2.08 6.97 10.79 9.69 2.83 2.05 6.81 3.00 1.62 Influence of edge distance a) 4 c/d 6 8 0.03 3.50 9.32 2.43 5.02 7.59 1.16 7.04 7.31 6.17 2.35 0.

0 25.9 12.4 28.9 16.4 10.0 16.1 39. without lever arm HSL-GR [kN] Double anchor. base material thickness hmin [mm] 120 Min.6 35.4 20.5 28.HSL-GR stainless steel heavy duty anchor Design resistance Single anchor. edge distance (c = cmin) Anchor size M8 Min. no edge effects. (load values are valid for one anchor) Anchor size M8 M10 Min.1 28.9 31.3 70.3 22.4 8. base material thickness hmin [mm] 120 140 Min. without lever arm HSL-GR 108 [kN] 10 / 2012 . spacing (s = smin).6 18. min.3 6.8 10. min.5 Single anchor.3 51. base material thickness hmin [mm] Tensile NRd M8 120 M10 140 M12 160 M16 200 M20 250 13.6 17.6 35. edge distance cmin [mm] 60 Tensile NRd M10 140 70 M12 160 80 M16 200 100 M20 250 125 7.6 15. spacing smin [mm] 100 160 Tensile NRd HSL-GR [kN] 8. without lever arm HSL-GR HSL-GR [kN] [kN] Shear VRd.3 51. no edge effects Anchor size Min.1 M12 160 240 M16 200 240 M20 250 300 HSL-GR [kN] Shear VRd.3 70.1 12.2 16.5 Shear VRd.0 25.

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defence installations Bern Fire test report IBMB.No edge distance and spacing influence .suitable for cracked concrete . fck.the perfect solution for small edge and space distance .Concrete as specified in the table .self-cutting undercut anchor .Correct setting (See setting instruction) . / date of issue ETA-02/0027 / 2007-09-20 BZS D 06-601 / 2006-07-10 UB 3177/1722-1 / 2006-06-28 WF 166402 / 2007-10-26 Basic loading data All data in this section applies to .Concrete C 20/25.cube = 25 N/mm² 110 For details see Simplified design method 10 / 2012 .Minimum base material thickness .available as bolt version for through applications .HSC-A Safety anchor HSC-A Safety anchor Anchor version Benefits Bolt version .stainless steel available for external applications HSC-A Carbon Steel version HSC-AR Stainless steel version Concrete Tensile zone Small edge distance and spacing Fire resistance Shock Corrosion resistance European Technical Approval CE conformity PROFIS Anchor design software Approvals / certificates Description Authority / Laboratory a) European technical approval CSTB.suitable for thin concrete blocks due to low embedment depth . Paris Shockproof fastenings in civil Federal Office for Cicil Protection. Braunschweig Assessment report (fire) warringtonfire a) All data given in this section according ETA-02/0027 issue 2007-09-20 No.Steel failure .

5 Shear VRk Design resistance Non-cracked concrete Anchor size Cracked concrete M8x40 M10x40 M8x50 M12x60 M8x40 M10x40 M8x50 M12x60 Tensile NRd HSC-A [kN] 8.7 8.3 15.7 14.9 15.9 Shear VRd Recommended loads Non-cracked concrete Anchor size Tensile Nrec Cracked concrete M8x40 M10x40 M8x50 M12x60 M8x40 M10x40 M8x50 M12x60 a) [kN] 6.1 11.7 17.6 26.2 18.1 12.6 26.7 HSC-A [kN] 14.2 4.9 13.3 4.9 HSC-AR [kN] 5.8 18.0 8.6 23.8 12.1 6.m Characteristic resistance Non-cracked concrete Anchor size Cracked concrete M8x40 M10x40 M8x50 M12x60 M8x40 M10x40 M8x50 M12x60 Tensile NRk HSC-A [kN] 12.0 30.1 6.0 11.6 13.0 [kN] 6.0 43.8 19.1 8.2 14.3 6.2 12.0 30.6 6.2 HSC-A [kN] 11.5 HSC-AR [kN] 12.8 23.m HSC-A HSC-AR [kN] 16.5 11.0 11.2 19.1 6.6 16.3 13.1 9.8 17.1 8.2 18.9 8.1 9. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.4.3 4.7 5.4 9.6 24.8 20.1 8.9 8.1 8.6 18.7 12.3 6.5 8.5 11.2 HSC-AR [kN] 8.1 6.2 4.5 HSC-A HSC-AR Shear Vrec a) a) With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.7 16.3 HSC-AR [kN] 8.6 33.1 12.5 12.1 8.7 27.5 11.2 19.HSC-A Safety anchor Mean ultimate resistance Cracked concrete Non-cracked concrete Anchor size M8x40 M10x40 M8x50 M12x60 M8x40 M10x40 M8x50 M12x60 Tensile NRu.8 HSC-AR [kN] 16.3 5.9 15.9 13.2 13.2 12.8 23.8 29. 10 / 2012 111 .8 17.4 16.3 19.8 12.1 8.0 43.6 23.5 5.6 6.7 HSC-AR [kN] 12.5 HSC-A [kN] 19.2 14.6 38.3 12.3 8.6 38.3 30.7 22.4 16.5 11.5 8.4 Shear VRu.3 18.4 16.6 33.3 8.5 11.8 29.7 16.3 12.4 9.9 9.0 HSC-A [kN] 8.1 8.1 8.5 11.

galvanised to min.5 60.2 -A 24 48 24 84 -AR 16. 5 µm Galvanised steel Strength 8 steel grade 1. 1.4571 steel grade 1. with internal or external thread Expansion sleeve and washer Hexagon nut Material steel strength 8.3 31.7 59.5 50.0 Design bending resistance [Nm] without sleeve MRd. with internal or external thread Expansion sleeve and washer Hexagon nut Sainless steel Cone bolt with .HSC-A Safety anchor Materials Mechanical properties Anchor size Nominal tensile strength f uk [N/mm²] HSC M8x40 M10x40 M8x50 M12x60 -A 800 800 800 800 -AR 700 700 700 700 -A 640 640 640 640 -AR 450 450 450 450 Yield strength fyk [N/mm²] Stressed cross-section for bolt version As.5 16 HSC-A(R) M12x60 M12 200 17.4571 A4-70 steel grade 1.8 15.s Material quality HSC-AR HSC-A Part Carbon steel Cone bolt with .5 40.4401. AR 36. 1.3 16.4571 A4-70 Anchor dimensions Dimensions of HSC-A and HSC-AR Anchor version Thread size tfix [mm] max b [mm] ls [mm] d [mm] e [mm] HSC-A(R) M8x40 M8 150 13.2 109.4401.8 17. AR 31.7 33.8 13.5 16 HSC-A(R) M10x40 M10 200 15.0 36.8.5 40.5 24 112 10 / 2012 .6 84.A [mm²] -A.3 Moment of resistance W [mm³] -A. 1.8 13.4401.6 58.5 20 HSC-A(R) M8x50 M8 150 13.2 62.

Setting details: depth of drill hole h1 and effective anchorage depth hef 10 / 2012 113 . TE 16-M. TE 40-AVR 18x60 18 Setting instruction For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product. TE 25.HSC-A Safety anchor Setting Installation equipment Anchor size HSC-A/AR M8x40 Rotary hammer for setting Stop drill bit Setting Tool TE-C-HSC-B TE-C-HSC-MW HSC-A/AR M8x50 TE 7-C. TE 35. TE 16. TE 30. TE 30. TE 16-M. TE 35 14x40 14 14x50 14 HSC-A/AR M10x40 TE 7-C. TE 35 16x40 16 HSC-A/AR M12x60 TE 16. TE 7-A. TE 40. TE 25. TE 25. TE 16-C. TE 16-C. TE 7-A.

5 18. anchor spacing and edge distance Anchor size Minimum base material thickness Minimum spacing Minimum edge distance Critical spacing for concrete cone failure Critical edge distance for concrete cone failure Critical spacing for splitting failure Critical edge distance for splitting failure M8x40 M10x40 M8x50 M12x60 hmin [mm] 100 100 100 130 smin [mm] 40 40 50 60 cmin [mm] 40 40 50 60 scr. Critical spacing and critical edge distance for splitting failure apply only for non-cracked concrete.HSC-A Safety anchor Setting details HSC-A (R) Anchor version M8x40 M10x40 M8x50 M12x60 Nominal diameter of drill bit do [mm] 14 16 14 18 Cutting diameter of drill bit dcut ≤ [mm] 14.5 14.N [mm] 120 120 150 180 ccr.5 Depth of drill hole h1 ≥ [mm] 46 46 56 68 Diameter of clearance hole in the fixture df ≤ [mm] 9 12 10 30 Effective anchorage depth hef [mm] 40 40 50 60 Maximum fastening thickness tfix [mm] 15 20 15 20 Torque moment Tinst [Nm] 10 20 10 30 Width across SW [mm] 13 17 13 19 Base material thickness.sp [mm] 65 60 85 90 For spacing (edge distance) smaller than critical spacing (critical edge distance) the design loads have to be reduced. For cracked concrete only the critical spacing and critical edge distance for concrete cone failure are decisive.N [mm] 60 60 75 90 scr.5 16.sp [mm] 130 120 170 180 ccr. 114 10 / 2012 .

N ⋅ f2.sp = N0Rd.c = N0Rd.7 31. The influencing factors must then be considered for each edge distance and spacing. Influence of concrete strength Influence of edge distance Influence of spacing Valid for a group of two anchors.c = N - 0 Rd. Annex C.6 Design pull-out resistance NRd. For more complex fastening applications please use the anchor design software PROFIS Anchor.N ⋅ f2.7 21. (The method may also be applied for anchor groups with more than two anchors or more than one edge.Concrete pull-out resistance: NRd.p = N0Rd.5 8.Concrete cone resistance: NRd.1 6.5 44.5 11.p ⋅ fB .N Concrete splitting resistance (only non-cracked concrete): NRd.sp ⋅ fre.HSC-A Safety anchor Simplified design method Simplified version of the design method according ETAG 001.s M8x40 M10x40 M8x50 M12x60 HSC-A [kN] 19.sp ⋅ f2.9 15.N Non-cracked concrete Anchor size M8x40 M10x40 M8x50 M12x60 M8x40 M10x40 M8x50 M12x60 [kN] N0Rd.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.sp ⋅ f h. Design resistance according data given in ETA-02/0027 issue 2007-09-20. Annex C.N ⋅ fre.sp ⋅ f3.5 30. To avoid this.5 11.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.N Basic design tensile resistance Design steel resistance NRd.sp ⋅ f2.sp ⋅ f h.s Anchor size NRd.p = N0Rd. Tension loading The design tensile resistance is the lower value of .s .N ⋅ fre.9 HSC-AR [kN] 13.9 19.sp ⋅ fre.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1. it is recommended to use the anchor design software PROFIS anchor) The design method is based on the following simplification: No different loads are acting on individual anchors (no eccentricity) The values are valid for one anchor.N Design splitting resistance a) NRd.N ⋅ f3.7 13.Steel resistance: NRd.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.sp = N0Rd.p ⋅ fB for HSC-A and HSC-AR Non-cracked concrete Anchor size N0Rd.1 8. The calculated design loads are then on the save side: They will be lower than the exact values according ETAG 001.p Cracked concrete M8x40 M10x40 M8x50 M12x60 M8x40 M10x40 M8x50 M12x60 [kN] No pull-out failure No pull-out failure Design concrete cone resistance NRd.sp ⋅ f3.6 a) Splitting resistance must only be considered for non-cracked concrete 10 / 2012 Cracked concrete 6.2 115 .N ⋅ f3.c 8.

4 0.31 1. These influencing factors must be considered for every edge distance.N = 1 may be applied.sp = 0.1 1.2 3.5 Influence of reinforcement Anchor size M8x40 a) M10x40 M8x50 M12x60 f re.75 0.19 1.4 2.N ≤ 1 f 1.95 1 f 2.N = 0.75 0.N 0.95 1 f 3.cube/25N/mm²)1/2 a) 1 1.sp f 3. 116 a) a) 10 / 2012 .94 0.55 0.76 0.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.sp = 0.5⋅(1 + s/scr.3 0. Influence of anchor spacing a) s/scr.7 0.2 0.N) ≤ 1 0.9 1 0.0 2.5 + hef/200mm ≤ 1 0.60 0.6 0.80 0.55 0. This influencing factor must be considered for every anchor spacing.48 1.sp ≤ 1 f 2.9 1 0.60 0.HSC-A Safety anchor Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 fB = (f ck.sp) ≤ 1 a) The anchor spacing shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin given in the table with the setting details.0 3.85 0.N = 0.48 1.5⋅(1 + s/scr.65 0. then a factor f re.41 a) fck.97 1 0.7 0.75 0.cube = concrete compressive strength.8 0.6 0.1 0.5 0.sp f 1.N = 0.6 2.N = 0.85 0. If in the area of anchorage there is reinforcement with a spacing ≥ 150 mm (any diameter) or with a diameter ≤ 10 mm and a spacing ≥ 100 mm.13 1.N) ≤ 1 0. Influence of base material thickness h/hef f h.8 0.7 + 0.55 Influence of edge distance a) c/ccr.6 ≥ 3.73 0.70 0.22 1. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.sp = [h/(2⋅hef)] 2/3 2.91 0.2 2.7 + 0.sp) ≤ 1 a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin given in the table with the setting details.7 0.25 1.82 0.37 1.7 0.3⋅c/ccr.4 3.N c/ccr.42 1.sp = 0.88 0.3 0.2 0.34 1.68 1 1.07 1.4 0.65 0.85 0.3⋅c/ccr.90 0.8 a) a) This factor applies only for dense reinforcement.79 0.90 0.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.1 s/scr.70 0.8 3.80 0.5 0.

1 10.HSC-A Safety anchor Shear loading The design shear resistance is the lower value of .0 Design concrete edge resistance a) VRd. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.2 13.5 [kN] a) For anchor groups only the anchors close to the edge must be considered.6 11.32 2.0 HSC-AR [kN] 8.s Anchor size VRd.01 1.c VRd.50 1 (cos α V )2 +  sin α V  2  2.7 18.cp = k ⋅ NRd.5 15.c: Design concrete cone resistance M10x40 2.13 1.24 1.cube/25N/mm²) 1 1.22 1.34 1.s M8x40 M10x40 M8x50 M12x60 HSC-A [kN] 11.97 2.Concrete edge resistance: VRd.9 M8x50 M12x60 Design concrete pryout resistance VRd.0 22.2 18.ca) Anchor size M8x40 k a) NRd.41 a) fck.48 1.5  10 / 2012 117 .c 14.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Cracked concrete Non-cracked concrete Anchor size M8x40 M10x40 M8x50 M12x60 M8x40 M10x40 M8x50 M12x60 V0Rd.1 1.c = V ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Basic design shear resistance Design steel resistance VRd.05 1.s Concrete pryout resistance: .cube = concrete compressive strength.c = V0Rd.6 16.9 18.40 1.c 0 Rd.55 Influence of angle between load applied and the direction perpendicular to the free edge Angle ß fβ = 0° 10° 20° 30° 40° 50° 60° 70° 80° ≥ 90° 1 1.64 1.7 27.1 Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 1/2 a) fB = (f ck.Steel resistance: - VRd.cp = k ⋅ NRd.7 10.0 8. 13.

51 4.26 1.29 0.26 6.81 3.63 0.67 0.41 5.84 1.83 2.20 3.96 3.83 6.11 8.88 9.77 1.95 8.55 4.90 6.16 7.00 9.25 8.02 7.92 8.54 6.50 0.63 5.98 2.54 6.44 4.77 0.38 1.76 4.99 5.08 6.73 4.17 9.71 6.65 0.25 1.62 7.91 5.35 0.5 0.43 5.25 3.23 0.22 1.40 1.00 1.95 3.2 1.45 0.32 2.71 0.00 1.56 3.85 6.69 2.75 0.39 8.14 5.40 1.42 0.95 3.65 0.60 4.75 7.75 10.75 2.89 0.40 1.87 4.00 1.45 8.35 0.04 7.56 4.50 9.40 1. 20 30 40 0.00 1.70 6.61 5.85 distance shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin and the Influence of embedment depth Anchor size f hef = 0.19 3.73 8.30 2.88 1.27 7.75 4.08 5.77 0.68 M8x40 M10x40 M8x50 M12x60 0.00 1.50 6.49 8.29 6.55 3.65 0.15 0.75 6.65 0.00 1.77 2.98 5.35 4.36 7.55 5.00 1.32 2.44 6.95 3.55 4.05 ⋅ (hef / d) 1.42 7.12 1.50 8.HSC-A Safety anchor Influence of base material thickness h/c fh = {h/(1.55 0.00 6.50 9.06 4.32 2.72 8.65 2.83 2.32 0.75 7.35 0.75 4.81 7.00 1.12 2.68 4.35 ≥ 1.25 0.25 6.65 0.44 2.65 0.25 2.06 2.40 0.5 ⋅ c)} 1/2 ≤1 0.73 7.52 3.76 3.30 6.83 8.83 2.22 8.50 6.35 0.40 1.26 3.09 9.27 6.30 5.68 1.56 4.18 5.63 2.20 2.00 5.50 3.25 0.99 8.08 7.18 5.50 5.74 10.84 1.35 0.16 7.99 7.38 9.36 4.57 2.45 5.63 0.33 4.93 6.10 6.32 2.00 4.43 0.15 6.07 1.75 0.21 8.35 0.5 Single anchor 0.49 2.36 6.98 3.02 10.56 3.40 1.00 7.25 5.84 1.00 1.50 4.78 7.50 1.38 Influence of edge distance a) 4 c/d 6 8 0.83 2.75 6.49 1.65 0.94 9.63 7.20 5.84 1.40 1.78 7.32 3.02 8.38 3.74 3.67 9.38 3.56 4.50 11.57 0.51 3.95 3.25 9.31 7.25 3.11 4.96 5.84 1.00 2.11 3. c/hef Group of two anchors s/hef 3.84 5.60 a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin.05 6.75 7.9 1.71 0.87 5.20 5.21 4.96 7.19 10 15 fc = (d / c) 0.57 4.75 0.83 2.50 12.00 1.89 7.74 7.84 1.00 11.40 1.63 6.6 0.56 2.35 0.86 5.35 0.95 1.68 3.38 3.52 0.81 3.00 3.65 0.00 Influence of anchor spacing and edge distance a) for concrete edge resistance: f4 f4 = (c/hef)1.31 6.66 8.45 9.87 6.84 1.83 2.05 1.84 0.45 7.64 4.90 3.83 4.90 5.83 2.00 5.86 4.53 1.98 1.31 8.33 5.40 1.94 2.00 8.40 1.82 1.25 7. 118 10 / 2012 .35 0.22 7.32 2.55 7.81 6.84 1.26 10.50 5.35 0.83 1.15 4.16 3.22 9.32 2.50 Combined tension and shear loading For combined tension and shear loading see section “Anchor Design”.38 3.57 5.95 3.84 1.84 1.76 4.32 2.32 2.18 6.59 8.35 0.35 5.72 5.38 3.83 2.84 1.27 0.46 3.25 5.15 3.65 0.25 4.33 a) The anchor spacing and the edge minimum edge distance cmin.86 3.38 1.20 5.65 0.47 7.32 1.94 4.65 0.15 4.45 0.75 10.00 1.35 0.00 6.90 4.65 0.00 3.61 3.65 1.25 6.55 10.99 9.79 9.50 8.03 6.56 4.50 2.28 4.86 5.17 8.59 1.75 1.12 4.59 6.3 0.47 2.25 12.90 8.38 2.04 5.00 0.65 0.95 3.84 0.40 1.88 2.50 7.69 7.41 5.35 0.55 6.54 0.95 2.00 1.17 2.65 2.00 1.75 4.38 3.03 3.35 0.65 1.75 5.67 5.32 2.35 0.36 3.5 ⋅ (1 + s / [3 ⋅ c]) ⋅ 0.38 3.38 5.97 10.37 2.25 5.15 2.32 1.26 5.73 3.

All data applies to concrete C 20/25 – fck.1 8.4 8. base material thickness hmin [mm] 100 100 100 130 100 100 100 130 Min. edge distance (c = cmin) Non-cracked concrete Cracked concrete Anchor size M8x40 M10x40 M8x50 M12x60 M6x40 M8x40 M10x50 M10x60 Min. issue 2007-09-20.4 4.0 6.7 27. Annex C and data given in ETA-02/0027.3 8.6 4.7 17.6 Double anchor.2 13. spacing (s = smin).6 5.2 119 .7 10.5 11.3 14. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.9 8.6 6. without lever arm 11. without lever arm HSC-A HSC-AR [kN] 3.3 HSC-AR [kN] 8.4.cube =25 N/mm².1 8. no edge effects Non-cracked concrete Cracked concrete Anchor size M8x40 M10x40 M8x50 M12x60 M6x40 M8x40 M10x50 M10x60 Min.2 Shear VRd. spacing smin [mm] 40 40 50 60 40 40 50 60 Tensile NRd HSC-A HSC-AR 10 / 2012 [kN] 5.9 HSC-AR 11.4 Shear VRd.7 7.7 4.2 18.6 6.1 8.1 11.5 8. base material thickness hmin [mm] 100 100 100 130 100 100 100 130 Min.0 4.7 12.1 8.5 4.9 Single anchor.1 6. edge distance cmin [mm] 40 40 50 60 40 40 50 60 Tensile NRd HSC-A HSC-AR [kN] 6.2 14.1 11. (load values are valid for one anchor) Cracked concrete Non-cracked concrete M8x40 M10x40 M8x50 M12x60 M8x40 M10x40 M8x50 M12x60 Anchor size Min.2 18.3 11.9 15.0 5.9 8.1 6.7 22.5 2.0 11.4 3. Recommended loads can be calculated by dividing the design resistance by an overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1. without lever arm HSC-A [kN] 11.2 18. min.0 11.7 20. base material thickness hmin [mm] 100 100 100 130 100 100 100 130 Tensile NRd HSC-A HSC-AR [kN] 8.8 8.8 2.5 11.0 8.1 8.7 7.3 11.9 Shear VRd. min.6 5.3 HSC-A [kN] 11.6 3. no edge effects. Design resistance Single anchor.HSC-A Safety anchor Precalculated values Design resistance calculated according ETAG 001.4 8.2 12.9 [kN] 8.

3 23.3 18.6 30.1 15.m HSC-I HSC-IR 120 M6x 40 Non-cracked concrete M8x M10x M10x M12x 40 50 60 60 M6x 40 Cracked concrete M8x M10x M10x M12x 40 50 60 60 [kN] [kN] 16.8 10 / 2012 .8 10.4 9.6 30.Concrete as specified in the table .8 17.6 13.8 17.self-cutting undercut anchor .5 24. Braunschweig warringtonfire No.6 14.Concrete C 20/25.8 17.5 24.3 19.stainless steel available for external applications European Technical Approval Corrosion resistance PROFIS Anchor design software CE conformity Approvals / certificates Description European technical approval a) Shockproof fastenings in civil defence installations Fire test report Assessment report (fire) - Authority / Laboratory CSTB.m HSC-I HSC-IR Shear VRu.No edge distance and spacing influence . / date of issue ETA-02/0027 / 2007-09-20 BZS D 06-601 / 2006-07-10 UB 3177/1722-1 / 2006-06-28 WF 166402 / 2007-10-26 All data given in this section according ETA-02/0027 issue 2007-09-20 Basic loading data All data in this section applies to .6 16.5 24.3 13.8 16.3 13.9 13.5 [kN] [kN] 10. fck.3 19.6 30.4 20.Steel failure . Bern IBMB.the perfect solution for small edge and space distance .8 17.1 15.4 20.3 23.3 13.3 30.9 19.Minimum base material thickness .internal threaded . Paris Federal Office for Cicil Protection.cube = 25 N/mm² For details see Simplified design method Mean ultimate resistance HSC-I and HSC-IR Anchor size Tensile NRu.3 23.Correct setting (See setting instruction) .6 23.6 24.9 13.9 19.suitable for cracked concrete .HSC-I Safety anchor HSC-I Safety anchor Anchor version Benefits Internal threaded version: HSC-I carbon steel internal version HSC-IR Stainless steel version ((A4) Concrete Tensile zone Small edge distance and spacing Fire resistance Shock .suitable for thin concrete blocks due to low embedment depth .6 18.4 9.

3 18.8 12.0 7.5 12.0 8.4 9.3 4.0 8.0 7.6 6.2 84 -IR 7.8 [mm²] -I.2 13.0 58.3 6.3 34.8 6.7 [kN] [kN] 8.7 16.4 23.3 18.8 23.0 12.1 7.0 8.3 33.1 8.4.2 11.3 15.6 58.4 4.0 Design resistance HSC-I and HSC-IR Non-cracked concrete M6x M8x M10x M10x M12x 40 40 50 60 60 Anchor size Tensile NRd HSC-I HSC-IR Shear VRd HSC-I HSC-IR M6x 40 Cracked concrete M8x M10x M10x M12x 40 50 60 60 [kN] [kN] 8.1 6.3 Recommended loads HSC-I and HSC-IR Anchor size M6x 40 Non-cracked concrete M8x M10x M10x M12x 40 50 60 60 M6x 40 Cracked concrete M8x M10x M10x M12x 40 50 60 60 Tensile Nrec a) HSC-I [kN] 6.0 8.7 15.2 10.6 7.6 14.5 14.8 6.9 6.0 Shear Vrec a) HSC-I [kN] 4.5 11.5 12.3 6.2 13.3 48 109.4 23.7 12.HSC-I Safety anchor Characteristic resistance HSC-I and HSC-IR Non-cracked concrete M6x M8x M10x M10x M12x 40 40 50 60 60 Anchor size Tensile NRk HSC-I HSC-IR Shear VRk HSC-I HSC-IR M6x 40 Cracked concrete M8x M10x M10x M12x 40 50 60 60 [kN] [kN] 12.5 10.7 15.5 8.5 8.8 17.2 8.1 16.6 10.5 11.2 11.3 59.2 4.6 7.6 40.s 10 / 2012 121 .2 4.1 9.2 13.6 15. Materials Mechanical properties Anchor size HSC -I M6x40 800 M8x40 800 M10x50 800 M10x60 800 M12x60 800 -IR 600 600 700 700 700 -I 640 640 640 640 640 -IR 355 355 350 350 340 [mm²] -I.1 8.2 8.9 6.7 16.2 4.I Stressed cross-section for bolt version As.9 11.7 10.2 15.5 14.4 HSC-IR [kN] 3.8 12.2 16.4 6.4 4.1 6.7 9.1 8.4 4.7 8.2 24 62.A Moment of resistance W [N/mm²] Design bending resistance [Nm] without sleeve MRd.IR 22.5 9.2 11.7 8.1 9.1 6.7 16.3 48 62.1 7.3 4.8 17.0 84.With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.2 4.0 12.6 31.IR -I 12.1 36.5 8.3 .1 11.3 3.1 8.2 8.0 Nominal tensile strength f uk [N/mm²] Yield strength fyk Stressed cross-section for internal threaded version As.9 15.IR 20.5 7.3 6. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.5 11.7 16.3 15.4 23.6 10.0 28.1 6.2 11.5 9.2 16.2 8.6 34.9 12.1 12.8 12.2 13.1 6.9 12.2 [kN] [kN] 6.0 HSC-IR [kN] 5.7 33.3 [mm³] -I.1 6.1 9.0 8.1 8.2 10.7 10.

4401.5 40.8. TE 30. TE 40-AVR 20x60 20 20 10 / 2012 . TE 7-A. TE 16-M.5 64.5 64.4401.8 HSC-I(R) M10x60 M10 17. 1.8 17. TE 35 14x40 14 14 16x40 16 16 18x50 18 18 18x60 18 18 HSC-I/IR M12x60 TE 16.5 43. TE 25. TE 16-M. TE 35.4571 A4-70 Anchor dimensions Dimensions of HSC-I and HSC-IR Anchor version Thread size b [mm] ls [mm] d [mm] lb [mm] HSC-I(R) M6x40 M6 13. TE 16-C.4401.5 43.4571 A4-70 steel grade 1.5 54.4571 steel grade 1.8 19. TE 16-C. galvanised to min. with internal or external thread Expansion sleeve and washer Hexagon nut Stainless steel Cone bolt with .5 60.5 40.3 HSC-I(R) M8x40 M8 15.8 HSC-I(R) M12x60 M12 19.8 15.8 Setting Installation equipment Anchor size HSC-I/IR M6x40 Rotary hammer for setting Stop drill bit Setting Tool Insert Tool 122 TE-C HSC-B TE-C HSC-MW TE-C HSC-EW HSC-I/IR M8x40 HSC-I/IR M10x50 HSC-I/IR M10x60 TE 7-C. TE 16. TE 40.8 17. 1. TE 25.5 50. TE 30. 5 µm Galvanised steel Strength 8 steel grade 1.8 13.HSC-I Safety anchor Material quality HSC-IR HSC-I Part Carbon steel Cone bolt with . with internal or external thread Expansion sleeve and washer Hexagon nut Material steel strength 8.5 60. 1.8 HSC-I(R) M10x50 M10 17.

HSC-I Safety anchor Setting instruction For HSC-I: fastening carbon steel screw or threaded rod. Setting details: depth of drill hole h1 and effective anchorage depth hef 10 / 2012 123 . Minimum strength class 8.8 For HSC-IR: fastening stainless steel screw or threaded rod: minimum strength class A4-70 For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product.

For cracked concrete only the critical spacing and critical edge distance for concrete cone failure are decisive.sp [mm] 65 60 85 90 90 For spacing (edge distance) smaller than critical spacing (critical edge distance) the design loads have to be reduced.5 Depth of drill hole h1 ≥ [mm] 46 46 56 68 68 Diameter of clearance hole in the fixture df ≤ [mm] 7 9 12 12 14 Effective anchorage depth hef [mm] 40 40 50 60 60 Screwing depth min s [mm] 6 8 10 10 12 max s [mm] 16 22 28 28 30 Width across SW [mm] 10 13 17 17 19 Installation torque Tinst [Nm] 10 10 20 30 30 Base material thickness.5 18.sp [mm] 130 120 170 180 180 ccr. Critical spacing and critical edge distance for splitting failure apply only for non-cracked concrete.HSC-I Safety anchor Setting details Anchor version M6x40 M8x40 M10x50 M10x60 M12x60 Nominal diameter of drill bit d0 [mm] 14 16 18 18 20 Cutting diameter of drill bit dcut ≤ [mm] 14.5 20. anchor spacing and edge distance Anchor size Minimum base material thickness Minimum spacing Minimum edge distance Critical spacing for concrete cone failure Critical edge distance for concrete cone failure Critical spacing for splitting failure Critical edge distance for splitting failure M6x40 M8x40 M10x50 M10x60 M12x60 hmin [mm] 100 100 110 130 130 smin [mm] 40 40 50 60 60 cmin [mm] 40 40 50 60 60 scr.N [mm] 60 60 75 90 90 scr.N [mm] 120 120 150 180 180 ccr.5 16. 124 10 / 2012 .5 18.

N Non-cracked concrete Anchor size M6x 40 M8x 40 [kN] N0Rd.sp ⋅ f3.Steel resistance: NRd.N ⋅ f3.5 11.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.N ⋅ fre. (The method may also be applied for anchor groups with more than two anchors or more than one edge.sp ⋅ f3.sp = N0Rd.p ⋅ fB .N Design splitting resistance a) NRd.sp ⋅ f2.N Concrete splitting resistance (only non-cracked concrete): NRd.5 11.Concrete cone resistance: NRd.2 125 .p ⋅ fB Non-cracked concrete Anchor size 0 Rd.sp ⋅ f2. Annex C.s M6x40 M8x40 M10x50 M10x60 M12x60 HSC-I [kN] 10.1 .4 14. Tension loading The design tensile resistance is the lower value of . it is recommended to use the anchor design software PROFIS anchor) The design method is based on the following simplification: No different loads are acting on individual anchors (no eccentricity) The values are valid for one anchor. Influence of concrete strength Influence of edge distance Influence of spacing Valid for a group of two anchors.sp ⋅ fre.p = N0Rd.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.9 15.7 16.c = N - 0 Rd.Splitting resistance must only be considered for non-cracked concrete 6.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.N ⋅ fre.HSC-I Safety anchor Simplified design method Simplified version of the design method according ETAG 001.5 8.6 15.p = N0Rd.N Basic design tensile resistance Design steel resistance NRd.sp ⋅ f h.sp ⋅ fre.sp ⋅ f h. Annex C.2 14.2 20.p N M6x 40 [kN] M8x 40 M10x M10x M12x 50 60 60 Cracked concrete M6x 40 No pull-out failure M8x 40 M10x M10x M12x 50 60 60 No pull-out failure Design concrete cone resistance NRd. The influencing factors must then be considered for each edge distance and spacing.N ⋅ f3.2 11. Design resistance according data given in ETA-02/0027 issue 2007-09-20.1 10 / 2012 M6x 40 M8x 40 M10x M10x M12x 50 60 60 Cracked concrete M10x M10x M12x 50 60 60 8.c 8.N ⋅ f2.1 Design pull-out resistance NRd.s .3 20.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.N ⋅ f2.2 24.5 11.sp = N0Rd.6 6.Concrete pull-out resistance: NRd.3 HSC-IR [kN] 7. For more complex fastening applications please use the anchor design software PROFIS Anchor. To avoid this.2 17.c = N0Rd. The calculated design loads are then on the save side: They will be lower than the exact values according ETAG 001.s Anchor size NRd.

N c/ccr.HSC-I Safety anchor Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) fB = - C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 C 45/55 C 50/60 1.6 ≥ 3.88 0.75 0.5⋅(1 + s/scr.4 0.4 2.6 2.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.8 a) .60 0.N ≤ 1 f 1.N = 0.22 1.90 0.sp = 0.7 + 0.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.N 0.41 fck.97 1 0.85 0.8 0.c VRd.82 0.c = V ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc 10 / 2012 .4 3.N = 0.2 2.6 0.76 0.8 0.N = 0.8 3.7 0. These influencing factors must be considered for every edge distance.N) ≤ 1 0.3 0.34 1.1 1.sp f 3.sp = 0.90 0.This factor applies only for dense reinforcement.07 1.80 0.9 1 0.7 0.25 1.65 0.s VRd.1 s/scr.7 0.The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin given in the table with the setting details.73 0.9 1 0.0 3.sp ≤ 1 f 2.5 0.65 0. If in the area of anchorage there is reinforcement with a spacing ≥ 150 mm (any diameter) or with a diameter ≤ 10 mm and a spacing ≥ 100 mm.7 + 0.70 0.79 0.2 3.5 0.c 0 Rd.91 0.85 0.3⋅c/ccr.N = 0. Influence of base material thickness h/hef f h.3⋅c/ccr.2 0.31 1.sp) ≤ 1 .94 0. This influencing factor must be considered for every anchor spacing.80 0.6 0.cube/25N/mm²)1/2 a) 1 1.70 0. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length Influence of edge distance a) c/ccr.N = 1 may be applied.5 Influence of reinforcement Anchor size M6x40 a) M8x40 a) M10x50 a) M10x60 M12x60 a) f re.The anchor spacing shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin given in the table with the setting details.3 0.5⋅(1 + s/scr.55 (f ck.cp = k ⋅ NRd.4 0.48 1.48 1.8 0.5 + hef/200mm ≤ 1 0. then a factor f re.75 0.sp = [h/(2⋅hef)] 2/3 2. Shear loading The design shear resistance is the lower value of .68 1 1.sp f 1.75 0.0 2.cube = concrete compressive strength.13 1. Influence of anchor spacing a) s/scr.N) ≤ 1 0.1 0.sp = 0.55 0.Concrete edge resistance: 126 VRd.37 1.85 0.95 1 f 2.7 0.42 1.19 1.60 0.95 1 f 3.55 0.sp) ≤ 1 .2 0.Steel resistance: - Concrete pryout resistance: .

cube/25N/mm²)1/2 a) 1 1.7 27.40 1.0 10.45 0.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Non-cracked concrete Anchor size M6x 40 M8x 40 Cracked concrete M10x M10x M12x 50 60 60 M6x 40 M8x 40 M10x M10x M12x 50 60 60 14.s M6x40 M8x40 M10x50 M10x60 M12x60 HSC-I [kN] 6.55 0.5 0.5 8.55 Influence of angle between load applied and the direction perpendicular to the free edge Angle ß fβ = 0° 10° 20° 30° 40° 50° 60° 70° 80° ≥ 90° 1 1.45 0.0 M10x60 M12x60 Design concrete pryout resistance VRd.2 12.2 14.4 9.5 22.05 1.13 1.9 8.32 0.HSC-I Safety anchor Basic design shear resistance Design steel resistance VRd.5 ⋅ c)} 1/2 ≤1 127 .c = V0Rd.8 12.97 2.64 1. 13.89 0.9 1.1 19.cp = k ⋅ NRd.c .6 HSC-IR [kN] 4.1 16.77 0.00 1 (cos α V )2 +  sin α V  2  2.22 1.84 0.48 1.01 1.6 22.ca) Anchor size M6x40 k a) NRd.For anchor groups only the anchors close to the edge must be considered.05 1.3 M10x50 2.75 0.50 0.41 fck.5  Influence of base material thickness h/c fh = 10 / 2012 {h/(1.71 0.35 ≥ 1.c: Design concrete cone resistance M8x40 Design concrete edge resistance a) VRd.95 1.5 10.34 1.3 0.32 2.2 1.5 6.63 0.9 18.1 Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) fB = - C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 (f ck.cube = concrete compressive strength.15 0.s Anchor size VRd.5 [kN] V0Rd. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.24 1.1 1.6 0.0 16.

35 0.47 7.25 3.76 4.5 c/hef 0.25 6.49 8.25 3.75 1.68 Influence of edge distance a) 4 c/d 6 8 0.25 0.65 1.83 2.32 2.67 9.00 1.75 1.75 7.52 0.57 5.40 1.25 1.75 10.40 1.00 3.77 1.23 0.63 0.27 7.38 3.02 7.75 2.17 9.77 2.59 8.38 3.26 10.40 1.00 6.67 0.38 3.84 1.20 5.50 4.70 6.96 7.32 2.63 6.73 3.65 2.32 2.95 2.75 3.65 0.96 4.69 2.25 8.56 4.75 4.68 2.74 7.50 1.21 4.11 4.25 5.45 5.31 8.81 3.65 0.73 4.25 2.75 0.88 1.50 3.44 2.98 5.03 3.73 7.75 6.75 7.32 2.35 0.83 1.65 0.40 1.51 3.38 3.38 1.20 5.65 0.20 4.00 1. issue 2007-09-20.00 3.35 0.30 6.55 4.54 0.98 1.40 0.55 6.30 3.74 10.84 1.35 0.5 ⋅ (1 + s / [3 ⋅ c]) ⋅ 0.87 4.83 2.38 1.43 6.55 3. 20 30 40 0.60 fc = (d / c) a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin.06 2.50 2.33 5.50 8.35 0.32 1.42 7.84 2.00 1.84 1.78 7.74 3.07 1.73 8.45 8.40 1.00 6.00 3.32 1.33 7.08 5.18 5.46 3.76 4.95 3.91 5.37 2.50 7.38 5.00 1.15 6.00 1.61 5.35 0.00 1.21 8.00 1.56 3.25 3.20 5.50 0.18 5.35 0.47 2.81 6.50 2.65 0.38 3.86 5.85 6.43 0.27 0.83 8.00 9.60 4.84 1.36 7.83 4.41 5.35 0.00 1.84 1.10 10.68 5.15 2.45 9.35 0.12 1.cube =25 N/mm².29 0.57 0.03 6.25 4.25 7.22 1.29 6.28 0.99 6.26 5.35 0.32 5.57 2.85 shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin and Influence of embedment depth Anchor size f hef = 0. Annex C and data given in ETA-02/0027.40 1.4.55 7.38 0.35 4.35 0.40 1.55 5.20 2.84 8.90 8.08 6.50 4.87 6.26 3.38 9.61 3.25 4.HSC-I Safety anchor Influence of anchor spacing and edge distance a) for concrete edge resistance: f4 f4 = (c/hef)1.00 2.72 5.65 1.11 8.89 7.15 4.04 7.67 9.22 7.65 1.84 1.83 6.38 3.00 0.50 5.14 5.62 7.18 6.90 3.78 7.00 5.75 5.15 5.76 3.16 3.49 2.65 0.54 11.31 8.26 1.50 Combined tension and shear loading For combined tension and shear loading see section “Anchor Design”.44 7.79 9.26 7.00 1.32 2.75 6.55 10.77 0.69 7.32 2.44 6.63 5.90 4.27 6.00 4.71 0.35 5.98 4.75 5.94 9.96 5.00 4. Group of two anchors s/hef 4.84 1.65 0.65 0.38 3.28 4.72 8. 128 10 / 2012 .55 5.59 1.84 1.81 3.97 10.84 1.35 0.19 10 15 0.82 1.00 7.71 6.75 5.16 7.32 2.81 7.50 11.31 6.65 0.99 12.06 6.52 3.32 1.40 1.93 6.35 0.36 4.86 5.39 8.94 4.40 1.38 3.19 3.63 3.35 0.08 7.64 4.57 5.17 2.15 3.65 0.83 2.00 5.95 3.56 2.98 2.95 3.95 3.04 5.00 1.40 1.83 2.86 4.50 9.95 8.05 6. Precalculated values Design resistance calculated according ETAG 001. Recommended loads can be calculated by dividing the design resistance by an overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.56 4.17 8.68 4.90 6.65 0. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.95 3.83 2.45 12.83 2.63 7.32 2.00 1.50 8.25 2.56 4.87 7.88 9.25 9.66 8.09 9.59 6.32 2.84 0.33 4.12 2.30 5.22 9.16 7.36 6.12 4.00 1.54 6.35 0.94 2.83 2.25 6.50 - Single anchor 0.56 4.40 1.88 2.41 5.86 3.02 10.50 6.49 1.11 3.92 The anchor spacing and the edge distance the minimum edge distance cmin.36 3.00 1.95 3.84 1.51 4.90 5.65 0.56 3.53 1.05 ⋅ (hef / d) M6x40 M8x40 M10x50 M10x60 M12x60 0.99 8.02 8.75 0.65 0.99 9.83 2.25 6.50 5.22 8. All data applies to concrete C 20/25 – fck.

spacing (s = smin).3 4.4 4.4 8.4 Shear VRd.5 8.1 8.5 2. min. edge distance (c = cmin) Non-cracked concrete Anchor size M6x M8x M10x M10x M12x 40 40 50 60 60 M6x 40 M8x 40 Anchor size Min.2 6. no edge effects Non-cracked concrete M6x M8x M10x M10x M12x 40 40 50 60 60 M6x 40 Cracked concrete M8x M10x M10x M12x 40 50 60 60 100 100 110 130 130 100 100 110 130 130 8.2 11.6 HSC-IR [kN] 4.5 11.7 7.5 11.6 HSC-IR [kN] 4.2 14.2 14.4 8.5 6.2 HSC-I [kN] 6.2 12. spacing smin [mm] Tensile NRd HSC-I HSC-IR [kN] Cracked concrete M6x 40 M8x 40 M10x M10x M12x 50 60 60 100 40 100 40 110 50 130 60 130 60 100 40 100 40 110 50 130 60 130 60 5.5 HSC-IR [kN] Shear VRd.1 6.6 15.8 7.9 15.1 11.6 6.0 2.1 6.7 4.2 7.1 8.4 7.7 7.7 4.6 6.3 4.5 8.3 12.4 9.5 11. without lever arm 10 / 2012 HSC-I [kN] 6.9 14. base material thickness hmin [mm] Min. no edge effects.6 6. base material thickness hmin [mm] Min.5 6.5 6.2 15.6 5.0 5.8 12.9 8.5 6. edge distance cmin [mm] Tensile NRd HSC-I HSC-IR [kN] Cracked concrete M10x M10x M12x 50 60 60 100 40 100 40 110 50 130 60 130 60 100 40 100 40 110 50 130 60 130 60 6.7 11.HSC-I Safety anchor Design resistance Single anchor.4 3.5 10.3 129 .4 8.7 10.2 14. base material thickness hmin [mm] Tensile NRd HSC-I [kN] Min.5 10. without lever arm HSC-I HSC-IR [kN] 3.8 12. (load values are valid for one anchor) Non-cracked concrete Anchor size M6x M8x M10x M10x M12x 40 40 50 60 60 Min.5 10.4 4.2 14.2 11.5 8.2 12.1 6.2 11.0 4.5 10. without lever arm 8.4 9.9 8.5 8.6 3.6 Double anchor.6 5.3 Single anchor.5 11.6 6.6 4.5 8.9 4.4 9.9 8.8 12.6 6.4 10.9 Shear VRd.9 8.2 12. min.

No edge distance and spacing influence .cube = 25 N/mm² 130 For details see Simplified design method 10 / 2012 .Concrete C 20/25. No.Concrete as specified in the table .quick and simple setting operation . defence installations Bern Fire test report DIBt. Berlin Shockproof fastenings in civil Federal Office for Cicil Protection.suitable for non-cracked and cracked concrete C 20/25 to C 50/60 .HST Stud anchor HST Stud anchor Anchor version Benefits HST Carbon steel . fck. / date of issue ETA-98/0001 / 2011-06-17 BZS D 08-602 / 2008-12-15 ETA-98/0001 / 2011-06-17 UB 3332/0881-2 / 2003-07-02 WF 166402 / 2007-10-26 Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to .Minimum base material thickness .Steel failure . Berlin Fire test report ZTV-Tunnel IBMB. Braunschweig Assessment report (fire) warringtonfire a) All data given in this section according ETA-98/0001. issue 2011-06-17.Correct setting (See setting instruction) .safety wedge for certain follow up expansion HST-R Stainless steel HST-HCR High corrosion resistance steel Concrete Tensile zone Fire resistance Shock Seismic Corrosion resistance High corrosion resistance European Technical Approval CE conformity PROFIS Anchor design software Approvals / certificates Description Authority / Laboratory a) European technical approval DIBt.

2 70.0 40.9 112.0 94.7 22.8 16.0 12.3 33.1 21.0 50.0 9.5 20.0 - [kN] [kN] [kN] 14.0 23.8 24.6 18.4 18.0 40.0 12.0 HST-R [kN] 4.8 75.2 95.8 40.3 7.0 8.6 137.5 39.4 - M8 Non-cracked concrete M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M8 [kN] [kN] [kN] 9.8 40.0 12.1 15.0 9.7 2.1 31.5 31.6 61.0 - 26.0 84.4 11.0 16.0 - 5.6 137.4 11.7 16.0 6.7 79.3 23.8 102.2 22.8 102.3 13.8 28.0 20.3 23.3 5.0 30.5 44.7 15.0 44.0 13.0 8.0 30.0 30.0 20.0 80.5 10.0 24.7 49.0 20.6 27.0 80.8 24.3 17.4 4.7 20.4 48.4 17.4 20.8 11.0 - Cracked concrete M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 40.4 48.5 67.0 14.4 17.0 115.0 32.0 13.4 17.0 35.0 10.0 30.7 13.5 35.0 35.5 16.3 6.0 20.4 4.7 26.0 - M8 Non-cracked concrete M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M8 [kN] 5.4 20.6 35.3 19.8 HST-R [kN] 7.8 16.7 23.9 112.0 8.1 32.0 28.4 43.2 55.0 50.2 10.4 [kN] [kN] [kN] 17.4 16.0 50.5 67.1 25.0 7.3 33.7 11.1 36.0 50.4 11.0 13.3 5.0 9.8 28.7 10.9 20.3 61.5 20.1 25.0 35.8 8.5 - Characteristic resistance Anchor size Tensile NRk HST HST-R HST-HCR Shear VRk HST HST-R HST-HCR 60.0 13.4 40.4 - 86.0 31.0 - Design resistance Anchor size Tensile NRd HST HST-R HST-HCR Shear VRd HST HST-R HST-HCR [kN] Cracked concrete M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 Recommended loads Non-cracked concrete M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 Cracked concrete M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 Anchor size M8 M8 a) Tensile Nrec HST [kN] 3.1 - 60.0 9.0 HST-HCR [kN] 4.5 35.7 13.9 - 76.9 14.1 - 44.4 18.0 13.0 35.0 16.3 3.7 10.6 9.0 31.0 5.6 - 62.9 55.9 55.7 57.5 84.0 13.6 15.7 57.4 11.0 6.3 26.8 45.0 24.9 a) Shear Vrec HST [kN] 8.3 5.4 17.0 4.0 44.6 9.0 20.6 9.5 a) With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.0 16. 10 / 2012 131 .3 23.3 19.0 60.0 115.9 - 11.2 21.0 38.4 17.6 18.0 24.6 - 62.3 13.7 - [kN] [kN] [kN] 11.7 9.0 30.0 55.0 16.0 67.4 27.1 79.0 13.4 7.2 35.4 10.0 94.6 2.5 16. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.5 39.0 28.4.8 3.m HST HST-R HST-HCR M8 Non-cracked concrete M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M8 Cracked concrete M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 [kN] [kN] [kN] 16.0 25.6 27.0 35.6 60.3 12.5 14.8 17.0 24.0 - 2.3 - 40.3 7.0 77.2 95.4 10.7 23.6 7.HST Stud anchor Mean ultimate resistance Anchor size Tensile NRu.0 20.0 5.0 35.0 9.1 27.0 23.0 HST-HCR [kN] 7.0 55.0 53.0 25.0 16.0 44.5 44.0 6.7 35.4 40.6 2.7 79.0 6.m HST HST-R HST-HCR Shear VRu.0 55.0 30.3 16.5 16.0 20.4 27.7 75.7 11.2 10.

5 11.5 7.5 30 27 30 60 53 60 105 92 105 240 216 266 454 422 - 595 730 - HST [Nm] HST-R [Nm] HST-HCR [Nm] Material quality Part Bolt HST HST-R HST-HCR Material Carbon steel.min [mm] 75 90 115 140 170 200 Maximum length of the anchor l1. torque wrench.3 28.7 24. galvanised to min.3 109. dR Minimum thickness of fixture l1 l2 Setting Installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer Other tools 132 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 TE2 – TE16 TE40 – TE70 hammer.6 17.6 14.3 36 HST M.max [mm] 195 200 200 235 305 330 Shaft diameter at the cone dR [mm] 5.HST Stud anchor Materials Mechanical properties of HST.6 58.4 Minimum length of the anchor l1.5 540.2 277.2 8. HST-R.9 935.2 22. 5 µm Stainless steel High corrosion resistant steel Anchor dimensions Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 tfix.0 84. HST-HCR Anchor size Nominal tensile strength f uk Yield strength fyk HST HST-R HST-HCR HST HST-R HST-HCR Stressed crosssection As Moment of resistance W Char.min [mm] 2 2 2 2 2 2 Maximum thickness of fixture tfix.s [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] M8 800 720 800 640 575 640 M10 800 700 800 640 560 640 M12 800 700 800 640 560 640 M16 720 650 800 580 500 640 M20 700 650 560 450 - M24 530 650 451 450 - [mm²] 36.3 157 245 353 [mm³] 31.8 18.2 62. blow out pump 10 / 2012 . bending resistance 0 M Rk.max [mm] 260 280 295 350 450 500 Length of expansion sleeve l2 [mm] 14..

45 12. HST M.55 24. HST-R.45 10..5 16. HST-HCR M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 Nominal diameter of drill bit do [mm] 8 10 12 16 20 24 Cutting diameter of drill bit dcut ≤ [mm] 8. For technical data for anchors in diamond drilled holes please contact the Hilti Technical advisory service.HST Stud anchor Setting instruction For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product. Setting details: depth of drill hole h1 and effective anchorage depth hef Tinst hef h1 Setting details HST.55 Depth of drill hole h1 ≥ [mm] 65 80 95 115 140 170 Diameter of clearance hole in the fixture df ≤ [mm] 9 12 14 18 22 26 Effective anchorage depth hef [mm] 47 60 70 82 101 125 Torque moment Tinst [Nm] 20 45 60 110 240 300 Width across SW [mm] 13 17 19 24 30 36 10 / 2012 133 .5 20.

sp ccr.N [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] M8 100 60 50 60 60 60 50 40 50 40 50 40 50 50 60 60 60 60 60 45 50 45 50 M10 120 55 80 55 70 55 70 55 70 55 65 55 70 55 115 50 115 55 115 55 90 50 90 M12 140 60 85 60 80 60 80 60 75 60 75 60 75 55 145 55 145 55 145 55 120 55 110 M16 160 70 110 70 110 70 110 70 100 70 100 70 100 85 150 70 160 70 160 70 150 60 160 M20 200 100 225 100 195 100 160 100 130 140 270 140 210 100 225 100 160 M24 250 125 255 125 205 125 180 125 130 170 295 150 235 125 240 125 140 [mm] 141 180 210 246 303 375 [mm] 71 90 105 123 152 188 For spacing (edge distance) smaller than critical spacing (critical edge distance) the design loads have to be reduced. Influence of concrete strength Influence of edge distance Influence of spacing Valid for a group of two anchors. Design resistance according data given in ETA-98/0001. Annex C. The calculated design loads are then on the save side: They will be lower than the exact 134 10 / 2012 .N ccr.sp scr.HST Stud anchor Setting parameters Anchor size Minimum base material thickness HST Minimum spacing in non-cracked concrete HST-R HST-HCR HST Minimum spacing in cracked concrete HST-R HST-HCR HST Minimum edge distance in non-cracked concrete HST-R HST-HCR Minimum edge distance in cracked concrete HST HST-R HST-HCR Critical spacing for splitting failure and concrete cone failure Critical edge distance for splitting failure and concrete cone failure hmin smin for c ≥ smin for c ≥ smin for c ≥ smin for c ≥ smin for c ≥ smin for c ≥ cmin for s ≥ cmin for s ≥ cmin for s ≥ cmin for s ≥ cmin for s ≥ scr. Simplified design method Simplified version of the design method according ETAG 001. issue 2011-06-17. The influencing factors must then be considered for each edge distance and spacing. (The method may also be applied for anchor groups with more than two anchors or more than one edge.

0 - M24 90.3 M20 78. it is recommended to use the anchor design software PROFIS anchor) The design method is based on the following simplification: No different loads are acting on individual anchors (no eccentricity) The values are valid for one anchor.0 26.2 14.0 10.8 15.2 56.0 15.7 30.sp ⋅ fre.sp = N0Rd.0 26.sp ⋅ f2.3 40.s .4 33.7 7.9 a) Splitting resistance must only be considered for non-cracked concrete N0Rd.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.p = N0Rd.3 23.N ⋅ fre.s Anchor size NRd.8 - 135 .5 11.3 40.0 8.7 13.7 13.p ⋅ fB Non-cracked concrete Anchor size 0 Rd.6 19.3 3.7 24.0 10. To avoid this. Tension loading The design tensile resistance is the lower value of .c = N0Rd.7 21.7 24.Concrete cone resistance: NRd.sp ⋅ f3. For more complex fastening applications please use the anchor design software PROFIS Anchor.p ⋅ fB .3 20.0 26.sp ⋅ fre.HST Stud anchor values according ETAG 001.9 M10 21.N Cracked concrete Non-cracked concrete Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 HST [kN] 9.3 18.1 47 HST-R [kN] 10.N Basic design tensile resistance Design steel resistance NRd.7 11.N ⋅ f2.3 33.3 23.8 15.N ⋅ f2.7 13.0 8.s HST HST-R HST-HCR [kN] [kN] [kN] M8 12.3 - 2.0 6.5 11.c = N0Rd.6 19.7 11.sp ⋅ f3.9 34.Steel resistance: NRd.7 44.2 - Design pull-out resistance NRd.8 24.7 20.c 10 / 2012 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 6.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.5 M16 50.7 24.8 3.sp ⋅ f h.N ⋅ f3.sp ⋅ f2.0 63.0 13.4 33.1 90.N Design splitting resistance a) NRd.6 19.2 14.0 6.3 23.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.5 M12 30.0 6.0 6.7 16.1 17.7 16.sp ⋅ f h.0 8.1 47 HST-HCR [kN] 10.1 17.p = N0Rd.4 7.3 12.1 17.sp = N0Rd.9 34.3 33.2 14.0 10.N ⋅ f3.Concrete pull-out resistance: NRd.3 6.8 24.p N HST HST-R HST-HCR [kN] [kN] [kN] Cracked concrete M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 5.N - Concrete splitting resistance (only non-cracked concrete): NRd. Annex C.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.N ⋅ fre.7 - Design concrete cone resistance NRd.

5⋅(1 + s/scr.1 s/scr.75 0.0 3.90 0. Shear loading The design shear resistance is the lower value of .8 0.55 0.N = 0.7 + 0.65 0.c VRd.N 0.70 0.5 0. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1. Influence of base material thickness h/hef f h.76 0.c 0 Rd.2 2.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.N) ≤ 1 0.1 0.55 0.3 0.5 Influence of reinforcement Anchor size M8 M10 a) M12 a) a) M16 M20 M24 a) 0.68 1 1.79 0.Steel resistance: - Concrete pryout resistance: .N = 0.9 1 0.80 0.2 3.sp = 0.42 1.60 0.sp) ≤ 1 a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin given in the table with the setting details.cp = k ⋅ NRd.95 1 f 3.sp = [h/(2⋅hef)] 2/3 2.sp f 1.13 1. then a factor f re.6 0.4 0.4 0.31 1.N = 0.8 0.60 0.8 0.7 0.91 1 1 f re. Influence of anchor spacing a) s/scr.0 2.75 0.91 0.3⋅c/ccr.95 1 f 2.19 1.97 1 0.3 0.3⋅c/ccr.Concrete edge resistance: 136 VRd.70 0.HST Stud anchor Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 fB = (f ck.48 1.90 0.sp = 0.65 0.85 0.c = V ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc 10 / 2012 .74 0.94 0.41 a) fck. These influencing factors must be considered for every edge distance.5 0.25 1.85 0.5 + hef/200mm ≤ 1 a) This factor applies only for dense reinforcement.sp) ≤ 1 a) The anchor spacing shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin given in the table with the setting details.6 ≥ 3.5⋅(1 + s/scr.7 + 0.85 0.48 1.4 3.82 0.N = 0.37 1.cube/25N/mm²)1/2 a) 1 1.N = 1 may be applied. If in the area of anchorage there is reinforcement with a spacing ≥ 150 mm (any diameter) or with a diameter ≤ 10 mm and a spacing ≥ 100 mm.sp = 0.N) ≤ 1 0.85 0.sp ≤ 1 f 2.8 3.55 Influence of edge distance a) c/ccr.4 2.s VRd.6 0.07 1.sp f 3.9 1 0.N c/ccr.22 1.2 0.6 2.2 0.88 0. This influencing factor must be considered for every anchor spacing.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.N ≤ 1 f 1.80 0.34 1.7 0.73 0.cube = concrete compressive strength.1 1.

cp = k ⋅ NRd.s M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 HST [kN] 11.32 2.50 0.7 HST-R [kN] 10.89 0.5  Influence of base material thickness h/c fh = 10 / 2012 {h/(1.5 Design concrete pryout resistance VRd.8 28.5 M20 2.63 0.55 0.5 0.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Non-cracked concrete Anchor size M8 Cracked concrete M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M8 V0Rd.1 8.6 79.cube = concrete compressive strength.41 a) fck. M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 6.0 38.71 0.1 4.64 1.05 1.75 0.0 67.35 ≥ 1.6 11.4 16.2 [kN] a) For anchor groups only the anchors close to the edge must be considered.7 18.9 8.45 0.0 44.4 19.3 37.15 0.48 1.32 0.5 ⋅ c)} 1/2 ≤1 137 .c = V0Rd.4 16.HST Stud anchor Basic design shear resistance Design steel resistance VRd.55 Influence of angle between load applied and the direction perpendicular to the free edge Angle ß fβ = 0° 10° 20° 30° 40° 50° 60° 70° 80° ≥ 90° 1 1.3 13.3 0.2 M16 2.2 62.9 1.3 Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 fB = (f ck.0 - - M12 2.01 1.2 1.05 1.45 0.0 44.c 5.3 26.13 1.c: Design concrete cone resistance M10 2 Design concrete edge resistance a) VRd.5 55.cube/25N/mm²)1/2 a) 1 1.40 1.97 2.s Anchor size VRd.1 1.84 0.22 1.ca) Anchor size M8 2 k a) NRd.0 24.9 HST-HCR [kN] 10.34 1.95 1.6 0.77 0.0 24.00 1 (cos α V )2 +  sin α V  2  2.9 27.5 M24 2. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.2 18.24 1.

28 4.50 12.81 6.00 3.17 9.68 4.49 2.59 1. Recommended loads can be calculated by dividing the design resistance by an overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.83 8.98 5.67 5.31 6.75 7.84 1.84 1.95 2.84 1.63 2.00 1.65 0.32 3.81 7.50 8.56 4.65 0.30 5.83 2.00 1.44 6.19 3.12 2.21 8.25 9.38 3.56 4.25 0.65 0.59 6.75 5.84 1.84 1.00 1.cube =25 N/mm².32 2.25 4.54 6.56 2.38 5.50 6.61 5.09 9.86 5.90 5.78 7.95 3.07 1.38 3.40 1.43 0.05 6.99 7.37 2.25 6.94 4.15 4.46 3.25 7.41 5.40 1.40 1.80 Influence of edge distance a) c/d 4 6 8 0.25 6.5 Single anchor 0.64 4.99 8.50 9.32 2.16 7.74 3.33 a) The anchor spacing and the edge minimum edge distance cmin.99 5.00 9.95 3.12 4.00 1.60 4.76 3.06 4.00 1.96 3.08 6.75 10.63 6.75 7.71 6.35 0.36 4.74 7.14 5.35 0.88 1.77 1. c/hef Group of two anchors s/hef 3.78 7.51 4.38 3.35 5.75 1.81 3.06 2.87 6.32 1.38 9.50 4.68 3.83 6.63 0.61 3.86 4.12 1.65 0.57 4.57 2.93 6.75 4.40 1.83 2.19 10 15 0.18 5. Annex C and data given in ETA-98/0001.55 4.02 8.73 3.90 4.22 1.63 5.92 8.15 2.35 0.98 3.83 1.36 6.65 0.95 3.35 0.27 0.98 2.25 3.75 4.00 1.69 7.89 7. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.20 3.35 0.84 1.21 4.79 9.63 7.84 1.41 5.84 1.25 5.40 1.85 distance shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin and the Influence of embedment depth Anchor size f hef = 0.68 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 0.75 2.90 6.65 1.35 0.40 1.30 2.40 1.83 2.35 0.36 3.32 2.52 0.08 5.02 7.83 2.40 1.50 2.95 3.84 1.35 0.50 11.22 8.00 6.50 0.20 5.81 3.65 0.35 0.25 12.65 0.00 1.HST Stud anchor Influence of anchor spacing and edge distance a) for concrete edge resistance: f4 f4 = (c/hef)1.00 3.65 0.22 9.39 8.66 8.45 9.00 5.32 2.50 Combined tension and shear loading For combined tension and shear loading see section “Anchor Design”.32 1.18 6.56 3.56 4.68 1.73 8.94 9.26 5.60 fc = (d / c) a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin. 20 30 40 0.35 0.65 0.15 4.65 0.50 6.00 4.74 10.57 0.52 3. Precalculated values Design resistance calculated according ETAG 001.35 4.32 2.94 2.04 5.00 11.88 9.00 1.45 7.62 7.00 1.47 2.83 2.47 7.36 7.32 2.00 6.73 4.84 5.38 1.11 8.77 0.25 2.35 0.18 5.87 5.82 1.50 3.00 0.00 5.45 8.40 1.45 5.32 2.54 6.65 0.51 3.87 4.65 2.15 3.97 0. 138 10 / 2012 .95 3.32 2.55 7.38 3.84 0.20 5.85 6.11 3.33 4.00 1.90 8.26 10.17 8.33 5.30 6.00 2.69 2.73 7.50 5.55 6.00 1.15 6.76 0.59 8.72 5.01 0.49 1.75 6.50 5.17 2.03 6.72 8.83 2.67 9.04 7.65 2.38 3.25 1.25 0.50 1.84 1.83 2.16 7.54 0.75 10.95 8.55 4.65 0.65 1.00 7.65 0.38 3.86 3.05 ⋅ (hef / d) 1.00 8.55 3.57 5.35 0.02 10.26 6.44 4.71 0.53 1.38 2.55 5.4.5 ⋅ (1 + s / [3 ⋅ c]) ⋅ 0.90 3. All data applies to concrete C 20/25 – fck.40 1.20 5.76 4.31 8.16 3.25 3.10 6.50 8.75 6.50 9.75 0.75 7.91 5.00 1. issue 2011-06-17.96 7.49 8.56 4.35 0.03 3.38 3.78 0.97 10.11 4.38 1.27 6.40 0.25 8.76 4.26 3.67 0.75 0.20 2.35 0.99 9.96 5.95 3.98 1.40 1.88 2.27 7.75 4.25 5.35 0.22 7.26 1.44 2.83 2.08 7.83 4.00 1.56 3.25 5.43 5.86 5.42 7.70 6.98 1.32 2.50 7.84 1.31 7.77 2.55 10.29 6.

3 6.9 28.3 40.0 44.5 12.8 6.7 HST-R [kN] 10. edge HST [mm] 50 55 55 85 140 distance cmin HST-R [mm] 60 50 55 70 140 HST-HCR [mm] 60 55 55 70 Tensile NRd HST [kN] 5.0 24.0 10.8 3.9 14.0 39.3 23.2 12.4 - 8.0 10.4 10.0 38.9 40.0 24.6 HST-HCR [kN] 10.0 Shear VRd.0 10.1 32.0 22.9 9.8 28.0 3. base material thickness hmin [mm] 100 120 140 160 200 Min.8 28.0 2.5 55.5 55.7 Shear VRd.2 18.6 79.0 HST-HCR [kN] 6.3 9.7 16.3 6.0 6.4 16.0 10.7 11.2 11.6 5.0 10.4 - 11. spacing (s = smin).1 HST-R [kN] 6.0 27.3 6.3 3.9 19.4 16.2 18.2 11.0 40.2 22.6 19.6 - 8.7 13.2 - 32.3 33.8 22.0 24.0 Single anchor.5 5.2 4.2 5. without lever arm HST [kN] 11.9 17.9 22.5 4.0 44.4 11.7 79.2 4.4 16.0 8.4 16.0 16.1 M24 250 125 M8 100 40 Cracked concrete M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 120 140 160 200 250 55 60 70 100 125 31.3 - 2.2 62.3 3.6 40.4 - 139 .0 13.3 23.2 12.0 62.7 12.8 HST-HCR [kN] 5.7 15.0 8.7 - 2.8 3. no edge effects.3 6.0 24.9 28.5 55.7 16.4 16. base material thickness hmin [mm] 100 120 140 160 200 Min.0 8.8 4. spacing smin [mm] 60 55 60 70 100 Tensile NRd HST [kN] 5.7 15.9 3.9 10.0 10.9 14.4 16.0 10.7 13.5 3.2 25.0 8.0 44.0 HST-R [kN] 6.4 16.2 22.2 25.4 16.2 6.0 10.0 10. base material thickness hmin [mm] 100 120 140 160 200 250 100 120 140 160 200 Tensile NRd HST [kN] 5.0 16.8 27. (load values are valid for one anchor) Non-cracked concrete Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 Min.8 Double anchor.0 Shear VRd.0 8.0 6.6 HST-HCR [kN] 10.2 18.0 10.0 10.0 8.9 17. without lever arm HST [kN] 4.0 24.0 44.7 16.8 HST-R [kN] 5.1 5.0 8.1 56.0 22.3 3.3 20.3 33. no edge effects Non-cracked concrete Cracked concrete Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 Min.0 12.1 10 / 2012 M24 250 26.0 38.7 62. edge distance (c = cmin) Non-cracked concrete Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 Min.9 HST-R [kN] 10.9 8.0 8.5 - 2.8 2.0 67.2 12. min.2 18.9 11.HST Stud anchor Design resistance Single anchor.8 40.7 12.3 23.7 HST-R [kN] 6.3 22. min.7 13.6 19.6 19.8 2.7 26.7 78.9 14.5 55.8 3.4 11.7 20.0 32.5 55.3 31.6 5.3 40. without lever arm HST [kN] 11.0 24.8 5.7 HST-HCR [kN] 6.0 6.9 - M24 250 170 150 - M8 100 45 45 45 Cracked concrete M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 120 140 160 200 250 55 55 70 100 125 50 55 60 100 125 50 55 60 - 40.2 18.9 8.9 5.0 60.0 38.1 HST-HCR [kN] 6.0 6.

Braunschweig a) All data given in this section according ETA-11/0374.HSA Stud anchor HSA Stud anchor Anchor version Benefits .cube = 25 N/mm² 140 For details see Simplified design method 10 / 2012 .M12. issue 2012-07-19.Minimum base material thickness .and through fastening Concrete Small edge distance and spacing Fire resistance Corrosion resistance European Technical Approval CE conformity Diamond drilled holes PROFIS Anchor design software Approvals / certificates Description Authority / Laboratory a) European technical approval DIBt.Suitable for pre. M16 and M20 ETA approved for diamond cored holes using DD 30-W and matching diamond core bit .Correct setting (See setting instruction) .Three embedment depths for maximal design flexibility . No.High loads .Fast & convenient setting behaviour HSA Carbon steel with DIN 125 washe HSA-R Stainless steel A4 HSA-R2 Stainless steel A2 with DIN 125 washer HSA-BW Carbon steel with DIN 9021 washer .Non-cracked Concrete C 20/25. Berlin Fire test report IBMB. / date of issue ETA-11/0374 / 2012-07-19 3215/229/12 / 2012-08-09 Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to . f ck.No edge distance and spacing influence .Reliable ETA approved torqueing using impact wrench with torque bar for torque control .small edge and spacing distances .Steel failure .

5 6.7 23.0 17.0 31.7 29.0 8.8 19.7 23.3 [kN] 17.1 11.5 29.8 30.5 67.9 25.3 56.5 36.3 12.3 87.5 56.7 33.5 11.0 12.5 56. HSA-R Shear VRk HSA.0 66.6 11.7 35. HSA-BW HSA-R2.5 35.0 53.5 35.0 51.6 53.7 [kN] 31.9 [kN] 7. HSA-BW HSA-R2.6 10.9 18.5 62. HSA-BW HSA-R2.0 65.0 23.0 17.0 32.0 11.0 19. HSA-R Shear VRu.3 12. HSA-R Shear VRu.8 59.6 22.5 35.3 29.6 18.9 26.8 11.4 [kN] 8.0 10.9 91.8 16.8 [kN] 29.0 66.8 16.6 Tensile NRk HSA.8 30.9 26.0 11.0 8.3 22.1 19.8 50.3 12.m HSA.m HSA.4 43.9 23.8 17.5 8.HSA Stud anchor Mean ultimate resistance Anchor size Effective anchorage depth M6 hef Tensile NRu.1 50.3 59.6 87.0 7.7 M12 hef Tensile NRu.5 96.5 62.0 51. HSA-R 10 / 2012 M12 hef M10 [mm] Anchor size Effective anchorage depth M8 M16 M20 [mm] 50 65 100 65 80 120 75 100 115 [kN] 17.5 35.5 36.6 7. HSA-R Shear VRk HSA.1 43.0 [kN] 6.2 8.9 18. HSA-BW HSA-R2. HSA-BW HSA-R2.7 35. HSA-BW HSA-R2. HSA-BW HSA-R2.1 96.8 [kN] 7.1 [kN] 30.3 10.0 32.0 26.0 12.2 17.9 25.0 82.2 [kN] 6.0 [kN] 6.3 [kN] 29.0 82.0 12.0 7.0 9.1 90.8 50.2 7.5 Characteristic resistance Anchor size Effective anchorage depth M6 hef Tensile NRk HSA.1 46.2 7.6 53.0 17. HSA-BW HSA-R2.8 17.3 29.6 22.7 [kN] 23.5 9.9 141 .3 59. HSA-R 30 40 60 30 40 70 40 50 80 [kN] 6.3 12.5 65.8 19.6 91.0 23.m HSA. HSA-R M10 [mm] Anchor size Effective anchorage depth M8 M16 M20 [mm] 50 65 100 65 80 120 75 100 115 [kN] 23.9 12.6 7.5 29.5 67.1 90. HSA-R 30 40 60 30 40 70 40 50 80 [kN] 8.9 11.5 9.1 50.m HSA.8 6.4 43.8 6.6 85.0 31.5 6.8 85.1 48.5 9.5 51.0 26.3 17.1 48.

7 3.6 17.0 5.7 [kN] 4.3 4.2 52.3 21.5 52.0 49.9 3.1 7.4.6 23.9 [kN] 2.9 16.6 40.1 6.9 16.7 73.3 21.6 68. 142 10 / 2012 .1 18.0 7.9 16.0 29.5 [kN] 23.0 [kN] 16. HSA-BW HSA-R2.5 8.7 41.5 5.5 [kN] 11.9 3.8 10.HSA Stud anchor Design resistance Anchor size Effective anchorage depth M6 hef Tensile NRd HSA.9 17.2 43.7 41.7 3.7 32.1 10.0 12.0 6.4 23.5 11.1 33.9 [kN] 3.0 5. HSA-BW HSA-R2.8 43.5 10.5 12.1 29.2 23.0 6. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.0 4.3 17.5 11.0 29.9 17.0 6. HSA-R Anchor size Effective anchorage depth Tensile Nrec a) HSA.1 4.7 [kN] 5. HSA-R M8 M10 [mm] 30 40 60 30 40 70 40 50 80 [kN] 2.2 49. HSA-R Shear VRd HSA.5 8.0 6.6 6.7 12.4 45.7 8.6 24.6 24.8 5. HSA-BW HSA-R2.9 12.7 [kN] 8.7 12. HSA-BW HSA-R2.5 15.1 [kN] 5.9 29.7 16.6 4.0 5.7 16.5 Recommended loads Anchor size Effective anchorage depth M6 hef Tensile Nrec a) HSA.7 68. HSA-R Shear VRd HSA.2 5.3 4. HSA-R M12 hef M16 M20 [mm] 50 65 100 65 80 120 75 100 115 [kN] 8. HSA-BW HSA-R2.5 a) Shear Vrec HSA.8 10.4 23.6 23.6 16.6 17.8 15.8 9.9 16.5 9. HSA-R a) With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.9 a) Shear Vrec HSA.1 7.6 23.2 45.6 24.0 5.9 33. HSA-R M10 [mm] Anchor size Effective anchorage depth M8 M16 M20 [mm] 50 65 100 65 80 120 75 100 115 [kN] 11.1 33.8 40.8 [kN] 4.6 16.8 15.5 11.1 8.0 6.0 7.8 18.3 32.7 8.6 [kN] 23. HSA-BW HSA-R2.5 73.1 M12 hef Tensile NRd HSA. HSA-BW HSA-R2.5 12.8 40.1 4. HSA-R 30 40 60 30 40 70 40 50 80 [kN] 4.9 33.2 45.3 31.7 4.5 8.1 31.5 10.6 23.6 4.5 11.2 5.1 29.3 32.2 5.5 8.2 23.1 15.6 24.1 15.1 8. HSA-BW HSA-R2.8 5.6 6.7 [kN] 16.9 12.3 17.1 18.

1.6 91.0 48.4362 M6 . strength class 8.3 109.thread HSA-R HSA Moment of HSA-BW resistance W HSA-R2 HSA-R HSA Char.thread M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 HSA HSA-BW [N/mm²] 650 580 650 700 650 700 HSA.7 31.5 540.2 62.HSA Stud anchor Materials Mechanical properties Anchor size Nominal tensile strength f uk. EN 20898-2 Bolt Stainless steel A2.s HSA-R Material quality Type HSA HSA-BW Part Coating Bolt Carbon-steel Sleeve Carbon-steel Washer HSA :carbon steel.7 216. according Table 4 Hexagon nut Steel. bending HSA-BW resistance 0 HSA-R2 M Rk.M20 coated Sleeve Stainless steel A2.9 21. 1.9 [Nm] 9.4404 - Washer Stainless steel grade A4 - Hexagon nut Stainless steel grade A4 M6 .0 [mm³] 12.7 48.4 [Nm] 9.thread Yield strength fyk.4301 or 1.6 76.4301 or 1.6 58.0 245. 1.8 405.1 36.M20 coated Stainless Steel Grade A4 10 / 2012 143 . according Table 4 HSA-BW: carbon steel. 1.4162 M6 .R2 HSA-R [N/mm²] 650 560 650 580 600 625 HSA HSA-BW [N/mm²] 520 464 520 560 520 560 [N/mm²] 520 448 520 464 480 500 [mm²] 20.0 84.3 157.9 21.M20 coated HSA-R Bolt Stainless steel grade A4.4401 or 1.4 454.7 HSA-R2 HSA-R Stressed HSA crossHSA-BW section HSA-R2 As.M20 coated Carbon Steel HSA-R2 Material Galvanized (≥5 µm) Sleeve Stainless steel A2.0 199.2 277.4301 or 1.4404 - Stainless Steel Grade A2 Washer Stainless steel grade A2 - Hexagon nut Stainless steel grade A2 M6 .

Hilti HSA … Brand and Anchor type M12 65/50/15 … Anchor Size and the max.g.3 for the corresponding hnom.1 is reached when non-threaded part of the bolt is completely below the concrete surface Sleeve Blue ring: setting depth indicator for hnom.2/ hnom.2 is reached when the blue ring is completely below the concrete surface Bolt Letter code Nut Washer Marking: Material code e.2/ tfix.1 hnom.3 Material code for identification of different materials Type HSA/ HSA-BW (carbon steel) HSA-R2 (stainless steel grade A2) HSA-R (stainless steel grade A4) Letter code without mark Letter code with two marks Letter code with three marks M8 M10 Material Code Effective and nominal anchorage depth Anchor size M6 Effective anchorage depth hef [mm] 30 40 60 30 40 70 40 50 80 Nominal anchorage depth hnom [mm] 37 47 67 39 49 79 50 60 90 Anchor size M12 M16 M20 Effective anchorage depth hef [mm] 50 65 100 65 80 120 75 100 115 Nominal anchorage depth hnom [mm] 64 79 114 77 92 132 90 115 130 144 10 / 2012 . tfix.1/ tfix.1/ hnom.HSA Stud anchor Anchor dimensions and coding Product marking and identification of anchor Beginning of thread: setting depth indicator for hnom.2 hnom.

1/tfix.3 tfix. blow out pump 145 .3 tfix. For selection of other anchor length.2/tfix.3 5/-/5/-/5/-/5/ -/5/-/5/-/z 10/-/10/-/10/-/10/-/10/-/10/-/y x 15/5/15/5/15/5/15/-/15/-/15/-/20/10/20/10/20/10/20/5/20/5/20/-/w 25/15/25/15/25/15 25/10/25/10/25/-/v u 30/20/30/20/30/20/30/15/30/15/30/5/35/25/35/25/35/20/35/25/5 35/20/35/10/t 40/30/10 40/25/40/30/40/30/40/25/40/15/s r 45/35/15 45/35/5 45/35/5 45/30/45/30/45/20/5 50/40/10 50/35/50/35/50/25/10 50/40/20 50/40/10 q 55/45/25 55/45/15 55/30/15 55/45/15 55/40/5 55/40/p o 60/50/30 60/50/20 60/50/20 60/45/10 60/45/5 60/35/20 65/50/15 65/55/35 65/55/25 65/55/25 65/50/10 65/40/25 n 70/60/30 70/55/20 70/55/15 70/45/30 70/60/40 70/60/30 m l 75/65/45 75/65/35 75/65/35 75/60/25 75/60/20 75/50/35 80/70/40 80/70/40 80/65/30 80/65/25 80/55/40 80/70/50 k 85/70/30 85/75/55 85/75/45 85/75/45 85/70/35 85/60/45 j 90/80/50 90/75/40 90/75/35 90/65/50 i 90/80/60 90/80/50 95/80/45 95/85/65 95/85/55 95/85/55 95/80/40 95/70/55 h 100/90/70 100/90/60 100/90/60 100/85/50 100/85/45 100/75/60 g 105/95/65 105/90/55 105/90/50 105/80/65 f 105/95/75 105/95/65 110/100/80 110/100/70 110/100/70 110/95/60 110/95/55 110/85/70 e 115/105/85 115/105/75 115/105/75 115/100/65 115/100/60 115/90/75 d 125/110/75 120/105/65 120/95/80 c 120/110/90 120/110/80 120/110/80 125/115/95 125/115/85 125/115/85 135/120/85 125/110/70 125/100/85 b 145/130/95 135/120/80 130/105/90 130/120/100 130/120/90 130/120/90 a Anchor length in bolt type and grey shaded are standard items.3 tfix.HSA Stud anchor Letter code for anchor length and maximum thickness of the fixture tfix Type HSA. HSA-BW.2/tfix.3 tfix.1/tfix.1/tfix.2/tfix. check availability of the items.1/tfix. HSA-R2.2/tfix.1/tfix. torque wrench. HSA-R Size hnom [mm] tfix Letter M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 37 / 47 / 67 39 / 49 / 79 50 / 60 / 90 64 / 79 / 114 77 / 92 / 132 90 / 115 / 130 tfix.2/tfix.2/tfix. Setting Installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer Other tools 10 / 2012 M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 TE2 – TE16 M20 TE40 – TE70 hammer.1/tfix.3 tfix.

146 10 / 2012 .HSA Stud anchor Setting instruction Drill and clean borehole Standard drilling method M6 – M20: Hammer drilling (HD) Alternative drilling method M12 – M20: Diamond drilling (DD) Install anchor with hammer or machine setting tool Standard setting method M6 – M20: Hammer setting Alternative setting method M8 – M16: Machnine setting Check setting Tightening the anchor For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product.

HSA-R2 and HSA-R M8 – M16 Tightening the anchor .alternatively with imact screw driver and special socket Selecting the impact screw driver.HSA Stud anchor Machine tightening of the anchor for standard installation torque Type Anchor Size HSA.] 1) The impact screw driver operates with a fixed speed. battery and special socket Selecting the speed setting and state of charge of the battery Tighten the anchor and check the installation For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product. 10 / 2012 147 . HSA-R 3 3 Setting time 4 tset [sec. HSA-BW 1 1 Speed 3 -1) HSA-R2. HSA-BW. Setting instruction for HSA. HSA-R M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 Setting position Nominal hnom [mm] 37 47 67 39 49 79 50 60 90 64 79 114 77 92 132 90 115 130 anchorage depth Standard 15 25 50 80 Tinst [Nm] installation torque S-TB HSA S-TB HSA S-TB HSA S-TB HSA Setting tool M8 M10 M12 M16 Hilti SIW 14-A Hilti Impact screw driver Hilti SIW 22-A SIW 22T-A HSA. HSA-BW. HSA-R2.

HSA Stud anchor Setting details One anchor length for different fixture thickness tfix and the corresponding setting positions Different anchor length for different setting positions and the corresponding fixture thickness tfix 148 10 / 2012 .

55 87 122 85 100 140 98 123 138 149 .5 16.45 10.45 52 72 44 54 84 55 65 95 Nominal anchorage depth hnom [mm] 64 79 114 77 92 132 90 115 130 Minimum base material thickness hmin [mm] 100 140 180 140 160 180 160 220 220 Minimum spacing smin [mm] 70 70 70 90 90 90 195 175 175 Minimum edge distance cmin [mm] 70 65 55 80 75 70 130 120 120 Nominal diameter of drill bit do [mm] Cutting diameter of drill bit dcut ≤ [mm] Depth of drill hole h1 ≥ [mm] Diameter of clearance df ≤ hole in the fixture [mm] 14 18 22 Torque moment Tinst [Nm] 50 80 200 Width across SW [mm] 19 24 30 10 / 2012 72 12 16 20 12.5 20.HSA Stud anchor Setting details Anchor size M6 M8 M10 Nominal anchorage depth hnom [mm] 37 47 67 39 49 79 50 60 90 Minimum base material thickness hmin [mm] 100 100 120 100 100 120 100 120 160 Minimum spacing smin [mm] 35 35 35 35 35 35 50 50 50 Minimum edge distance cmin [mm] 35 35 35 40 35 35 50 40 40 Nominal diameter of drill bit do [mm] Cutting diameter of drill bit dcut ≤ [mm] Depth of drill hole h1 ≥ [mm] Diameter of clearance df ≤ hole in the fixture [mm] 7 9 12 Torque moment Tinst [Nm] 5 15 25 Width across SW [mm] 10 13 17 M12 M16 M20 42 Anchor size 6 8 10 6.4 8.

N [mm] 90 120 180 90 120 210 120 150 240 Critical edge distance for concrete cone failure ccr.N [mm] 150 195 300 195 240 360 225 300 345 Critical edge distance for concrete cone failure ccr.HSA Stud anchor Design parameters Anchor size M6 M8 M10 Nominal anchorage depth hnom [mm] 37 47 67 39 49 79 50 60 90 Effective anchorage depth hef [mm] 30 40 60 30 40 70 40 50 80 Critical spacing for splitting failure scr.N [mm] 45 60 90 45 60 105 60 75 120 Anchor size M12 M16 M20 Nominal anchorage depth hnom [mm] 64 79 114 77 92 132 90 115 130 Effective anchorage depth hef [mm] 50 65 100 65 80 120 75 100 115 Critical spacing for splitting failure scr.sp [mm] 50 60 65 65 90 100 95 105 145 Critical spacing for concrete cone failure scr.sp [mm] 100 125 155 115 140 190 130 185 200 Critical spacing for concrete cone failure scr.N [mm] 75 97.5 150 172.5 150 97.5 120 180 112. 150 10 / 2012 .sp [mm] 200 250 310 230 280 380 260 370 400 Critical edge distance for splitting failure ccr.sp [mm] 100 120 130 130 180 200 190 210 290 Critical edge distance for splitting failure ccr.5 For spacing (edge distance) smaller than critical spacing (critical edge distance) the design loads have to be reduced.

sp ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.N ⋅ fre. Tension loading The design tensile resistance is the lower value of .8 20.p ⋅ fB .0 31.sp = N0Rd. For more complex fastening applications please use the anchor design software PROFIS Anchor.7 13.s 10 / 2012 M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 HSA. it is recommended to use the anchor design software PROFIS anchor) The design method is based on the following simplification: No different loads are acting on individual anchors (no eccentricity) The values are valid for one anchor. Annex C.9 62. The influencing factors must then be considered for each edge distance and spacing.5 HSA-R2.sp ⋅ f3.sp ⋅ f2.N ⋅ f3. HSA-BW [kN] 6.1 25.p = N0Rd.5 151 .N ⋅ f2. Design resistance according ETA-11/0374. To avoid this. (The method may also be applied for anchor groups with more than two anchors or more than one edge.N Basic design tensile resistance Design steel resistance NRd.N Concrete splitting resistance (only non-cracked concrete): NRd.Concrete pull-out resistance: NRd.6 68.4 11.0 88.sp ⋅ fre. Influence of concrete strength Influence of edge distance Influence of spacing Valid for a group of two anchors.Steel resistance: NRd.6 59.Concrete cone resistance: NRd.c = N - 0 Rd.HSA Stud anchor Simplified design method Simplified version of the design method according ETAG 001. HSA-R [kN] 8.0 29.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1. issue 2012-07-19. The calculated design loads are then conservative: They will be lower than the exact values according ETAG 001.sp ⋅ f h.s Anchor size NRd. Annex C.s .

48 1.p N M8 M12 hef HSA.0 6. HSA-BW. concrete cone and splitting resistance fB = (f ck. HSA-R2.c = N0Rd.41 a) fck.1 44. HSA-BW.5 15.3 No pull-out 33.5 Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 C 45/55 C 50/60 1.6 33. HSA-BW.5 8.p N M6 hef HSA.7 M20 [mm] 50 65 100 65 80 120 [kN] No pull-out 23.34 1.3 75 100 115 No pull-out Design concrete cone resistance NRd. HSA-R2.9 33.5 11.sp ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.3 21.cube/25N/mm²)1/2 a) 1 1.sp ⋅ f3.HSA Stud anchor Design pull-out resistance NRd.7 41. HSA-R 30 40 60 30 40 70 40 50 80 [kN] 5.9 24.6 24.sp ⋅ fre.6 5.1 0 Rd.1 1. HSA-R2. HSA-R 40 M10 70 40 10.6 24.5 8. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length 152 10 / 2012 .p = N0Rd.N ⋅ fre.c N M6 hef HSA.N Anchor size Effective anchorage depth 0 Rd.7 8.N Anchor size Effective anchorage depth 0 Rd.sp = N0Rd. HSA-R2.55 Pull-out .6 23.5 8.0 6.sp ⋅ f2.22 1. HSA-BW.0 5. HSA-R2.7 N0Rd.c N M12 hef HSA.9 33.7 8.N ⋅ f3.p ⋅ fB Anchor size Effective anchorage depth 0 Rd. HSA-BW.5 19.9 16.7 50 80 No pull-out M16 16.5 11. HSA-R2. HSA-R 30 40 60 30 40 70 40 50 80 [kN] 4.7 41.5 Design splitting resistance NRd.3 17.N ⋅ f2.7 17. HSA-BW.0 No pull-out Anchor size Effective anchorage depth 0 Rd.9 17.1 33.sp ⋅ f h.0 5. HSA-R M10 [mm] Anchor size Effective anchorage depth M8 M16 M20 [mm] 50 65 100 65 80 120 75 100 115 [kN] 11.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.9 17. HSA-R [mm] 30 40 60 30 [kN] 4.cube = concrete compressive strength.3 21.5 10. HSA-R M10 [mm] Anchor size Effective anchorage depth M8 M16 M20 [mm] 50 65 100 65 80 120 75 100 115 [kN] 11.0 5.sp N M6 hef HSA.sp M12 hef HSA.

55 0. then a factor f re.1 0.N 0.N = a) This factor applies only for dense reinforcement.90 0.25 1.07 1.5 + hef/200mm ≤ 1 0.5⋅(1 + s/scr.N = 1 may be applied.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.65 0.5 Influence of reinforcement a) Anchor size Effective anchorage depth f re.7 0.4 1.3⋅c/ccr.sp = 0.sp f 1.9 1 0. This influencing factor must be considered for every anchor spacing.37 1.6 0.2 0.80 0.88 0.73 0.9 1 0.sp) ≤ 1 a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin given in the table with the setting details.N ≤ 1 f 1.82 0.1 s/scr. 10 / 2012 153 .7 0.70 0.75 0.N = M6 hef [mm] 0.6 1.75 0.sp = 0.7 0.48 1.4 0.65 0.31 1.4 0.13 1.8 0.55 0.95 1 f 2.2 0. If in the area of anchorage there is reinforcement with a spacing ≥ 150 mm (any diameter) or with a diameter ≤ 10 mm and a spacing ≥ 100 mm.sp ≤ 1 f 2.84 1 1.9 1 0.85 0.5 0.60 0.7 1. Influence of base material thickness h/hmin f h.42 1.85 0.7 0.sp f 3.0 1.N c/ccr.8 0.N) ≤ 1 0.60 0.sp) ≤ 1 a) The anchor spacing shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin given in the table with the setting details.65 0.3 1.91 0.97 1 0.85 0.8 ≥ 1.70 0.HSA Stud anchor Influence of edge distance a) c/ccr.5⋅(1 + c/ccr. Influence of anchor spacing a) s/scr.5 1.85 0.N = 0.94 0.sp = [h/(hmin)] 2/3 1.3 0.N = 0.8 0.90 0.79 0.65 0.76 0.75 0.5⋅(1 + s/scr.88 1 1 f re.2 1.7 0.95 1 f 3.6 0.75 0.1 1.83 1 0.7 + 0.sp = 0.7 + 0.80 0.3 0.3⋅c/ccr.9 M12 hef [mm] M10 30 Anchor size Effective anchorage depth M8 50 65 M16 100 65 80 M20 120 75 100 115 0.83 0.N) ≤ 1 0.5 0. These influencing factors must be considered for every edge distance.N = 0.5 + hef/200mm ≤ 1 40 60 30 40 70 40 50 80 0.19 1.

6 40.0 8.1 M16 M20 Design concrete pryout resistance VRd.cp = k ⋅ NRd.5 8.c = V0Rd.8 V Rd.s Concrete pryout resistance: .1 23.5 2 2.6 11.9 2.c VRd.7 18.4 10 / 2012 .s HSA. HSA-BW [kN] HSA-R2.c [kN] a) For anchor groups only the anchors close to the edge must be considered.Steel resistance: - VRd.6 23.s Anchor size VRd.5 15.6 11.4 k a) M12 hef [mm] M10 30 Anchor size Effective anchorage depth M8 M16 M20 50 65 100 65 80 120 75 100 115 2 NRd.5 3.9 2 3.2 8.2 27.8 68.3 27.9 2.ca) Anchor size Effective anchorage depth M6 hef [mm] k 40 60 30 40 70 40 50 80 1 1 2 1 1.4 2.Concrete edge resistance: VRd.5 5.4 2.6 3.5 Design concrete edge resistance a)VRd.c V 30 40 60 30 40 70 40 50 80 [kN] 3.8 5.c: Design concrete cone resistance 2 2 2. 154 M10 [mm] Anchor size Effective anchorage depth M8 M20 120 75 100 115 18.2 73.4 45.5 8.6 M12 hef [mm] 50 65 M16 100 65 80 0 11.9 6.cp = k ⋅ NRd.8 9.c = V ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Basic design shear resistance Design steel resistance VRd.8 18.c 0 Rd.7 18.6 3. HSA-R [kN] M6 M8 M10 M12 5.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Anchor size Effective anchorage depth M6 hef 0 Rd.9 27.7 5.HSA Stud anchor Shear loading The design shear resistance is the lower value of .

45 7.32 3.77 2.36 6.13 1.84 5.00 1.96 7.27 6.65 0.32 2.08 5.25 1.29 6.73 3.35 ≥ 1.26 10.25 4.85 distance shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin and the 155 .75 0.95 3.72 5.99 8.95 3.84 1.55 3.40 1.38 5.45 0.99 7.86 4.22 9.38 3.31 7.65 2.26 6.38 3.85 6.55 0.54 0.15 6.59 1.08 6.77 1.17 2.83 1.87 5.65 0.95 3.00 6.45 5.40 1.35 0.63 0.61 5.00 1.31 6.35 0.35 0.00 0.63 0.65 0.56 3.65 0.69 2.25 6.25 0.40 1.20 5.65 0.67 5.75 4.86 5.25 2.25 3.35 0.75 7.74 7.33 4.68 1.74 10.18 5.5 Single anchor 0.15 2.00 8.63 2.83 2.5  Influence of base material thickness h/c fh = {h/(1.38 3.00 1.00 1.00 1.18 6.54 6.06 2.HSA Stud anchor Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 fB = (f ck.99 5.35 0.38 3.25 7.64 4.46 3.84 1.30 6.5 ⋅ c)} 1/2 ≤1 Influence of anchor spacing and edge distance a) for concrete edge resistance: f4 f4 = (c/hef)1.91 5.25 9.81 7.00 11.20 3.00 3.49 1.26 3.32 2.40 1.55 5.11 3.11 4.82 1.40 1.09 9.02 8.56 4.77 0.56 4.38 9.40 1.40 1.22 7.68 3.50 5.03 3.16 7.55 4.83 6.50 1.73 7.50 8.50 11.90 4.52 3.35 0.62 7.63 5.98 5.35 0.16 3.5 0.55 6.11 8.25 0.84 1.84 0.43 0.59 6.97 2.83 2.93 6.00 1.32 2.47 7.19 3.54 6.87 6.43 5.75 4.32 2.38 3.66 8.42 7.00 1.50 6.83 8.49 2.08 7.3 0.61 3.50 9.71 6.89 0.6 0.84 1.76 4.95 3.75 6.50 5.05 1.50 8.35 0.39 8.35 0.75 10.28 4.15 0.20 2.40 1.79 9.56 3.88 1.98 2.45 0.38 2.02 7.00 1.84 1.03 6.26 5.50 0.65 1.25 5.55 7.32 2.75 0.83 4.65 0.83 2.76 3.17 9.41 a) fck.00 6.25 8.32 2.84 1.04 7.84 0.35 0.65 0.70 6.32 2.35 0.96 3.59 8.40 1.75 6.65 0.35 4.45 9.15 3.65 1.92 8.90 3.95 1.00 1.86 5.21 8.51 4.38 3.65 0.12 2.04 5.84 1.27 0.25 5.56 4.32 1.37 2.25 12.50 7.75 5. c/hef 10 / 2012 Group of two anchors s/hef 3.95 3.84 1.83 2.81 3.50 4.35 5.75 4.45 8.94 4.15 4.81 6.5 ⋅ (1 + s / [3 ⋅ c]) ⋅ 0.50 9.41 5.90 8.57 4.20 5.9 1.21 4.12 1.36 7.75 2.56 4.51 3.25 6.90 6.00 1.81 3.38 1.67 9.38 1.38 3.55 10.44 2.00 2.35 0.50 3.57 2.22 8.40 0.83 2.86 3.22 1.50 6.14 5.00 1.00 7.20 5.22 1.57 5.02 10.83 2.41 5.96 5.98 3.64 1.24 1.25 3.65 0.65 0.01 1.73 4.95 2.71 0.18 5.65 0.90 5.05 6.83 2.75 7.00 1.36 3. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.36 4.07 1.99 9.16 7.88 9.05 1.84 1.87 4.32 2.60 4.50 12.75 0.88 2.44 6.97 10.44 4.49 8.98 1.1 1.78 7.2 1.63 6.53 1.75 1.40 1.00 4.94 9.31 8.35 0.76 4.35 0.84 1.cube/25N/mm²)1/2 a) 1 1.30 2.33 5.47 2.27 7.63 7.48 1.84 1.25 5.12 4.78 7.89 7.55 4.00 3.26 1.73 8.cube = concrete compressive strength.95 3.06 4.10 6.50 0.32 0.34 1.40 1.94 2.32 2.17 8.55 Influence of angle between load applied and the direction perpendicular to the free edge Angle ß fβ = 0° 10° 20° 30° 40° 50° 60° 70° 80° ≥ 90° 1 1.35 0.72 8.75 7.50 2.68 4.83 2.00 9.65 2.33 a) The anchor spacing and the edge minimum edge distance cmin.69 7.74 3.00 5.30 5.00 1 (cos α V )2 +  sin α V  2  2.32 2.40 1.75 10.32 1.00 5.56 2.95 8.15 4.00 1.

71 0.39 0.91 0.75 1.75 0.4.05 ⋅ (hef / d)1.76 0.53 0. Recommended loads can be calculated by dividing the design resistance by an overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1. 156 10 / 2012 .64 Anchor size M12 Effective anchorage depth hef [mm] f hef = 0.HSA Stud anchor Influence of embedment depth Anchor size M6 Effective anchorage depth hef [mm] f hef = 0.94 Influence of edge distance a) 4 c/d 6 8 10 15 0. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.85 1.65 0.cube =25 N/mm².21 2. 20 30 40 0.75 1.67 0.51 0. All data applies to concrete C 20/25 – fck.50 Combined tension and shear loading For combined tension and shear loading see section “Anchor Design”.05 ⋅ (hef / d)1.60 fc = (d / c) a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin.46 0. Precalculated values Design resistance calculated according ETAG 001.75 1.68 M8 30 40 60 30 40 70 40 50 80 0. Annex C and Hilti technical data.52 0.19 0.55 0.46 0.75 1.48 0.57 0.68 M10 M16 M20 50 65 100 65 80 120 75 100 115 0.77 0.

8 18.HSA Stud anchor Design resistance Single anchor. no edge effects Anchor size Effective anchorage depth M6 M8 M10 [mm] 30 40 60 30 40 70 40 50 80 Min.5 15. without lever arm 10 / 2012 HSA.1 15.8 40.0 6.8 5. HSA-R [kN] 4.9 17.0 5.5 10.7 Shear VRd.5 11.3 21.0 5.7 73.1 33.2 43. base material thickness hmin [mm] 100 140 180 140 160 180 160 220 220 Tensile NRd HSA.6 23.4 23. HSA-BW [kN] 23.9 16.7 41. HSA-R [kN] 5.5 9.2 5.1 18.5 8.7 8.9 17.3 17.7 8. HSA-R [kN] 23. HSA-BW [kN] 4.2 5.5 HSA-R2.5 Shear VRd.5 10.5 157 .5 5. HSA-R [kN] 11.9 33.2 5.3 21. HSA-BW [kN] 11.2 45.5 73.5 11.6 24.7 68.8 40.8 5.6 23.0 5.6 68. HSA-BW [kN] 5.1 18.6 23.9 33. without lever arm HSA.6 24.3 17.6 40.4 23.2 45.8 43.1 33.1 Anchor size Effective anchorage depth M12 hef M16 M20 [mm] 50 65 100 65 80 120 75 100 115 Min.8 9.6 23.7 HSA-R2.4 45.0 5.0 6.7 41.1 15.5 8.5 8.6 HSA-R2. base material thickness hmin [mm] 100 100 120 100 100 120 100 120 160 hef Tensile NRd HSA.5 8.9 16.1 HSA-R2.

5 9.8 10.1 2.7 3.1 2.2 6.2 HSA-R2.9 Anchor size Effective anchorage depth M12 M16 M20 [mm] 50 65 100 65 80 120 75 100 115 Min.6 15.5 18.6 2.2 hef cmin Tensile NRd Shear VRd.0 4.1 19. HSA-R [kN] 7.7 12.6 6.9 24.5 3.4 7.5 21.0 4. HSA-BW [kN] 9.2 11. HSA-R [kN] 4.5 9. HSA-BW [kN] 2.5 21.9 24. HSA-BW [kN] 7.5 3. edge distance [mm] 35 35 35 40 35 35 50 40 40 HSA.5 5. min.8 10.6 18.6 6.0 5.4 13.8 3.9 HSA-R2.4 7.2 6.0 6.0 HSA-R2.6 15.0 4. without lever arm HSA.9 24. base material thickness hmin [mm] 100 100 120 100 100 120 100 120 160 Min.9 9.0 hef cmin Tensile NRd Shear VRd.5 2.4 13.2 11.1 19. base material thickness hmin [mm] 100 140 180 140 160 180 160 220 220 Min. HSA-R [kN] 2. edge distance [mm] 70 65 55 80 75 70 130 120 120 HSA.0 4.9 24.0 4.8 29.6 2.8 29.6 HSA-R2.5 18. without lever arm 158 HSA.0 5.6 18.0 4.4 9.5 3.7 3. HSA-R [kN] 9.5 3.1 19.0 6.9 9.8 3.HSA Stud anchor Single anchor. HSA-BW [kN] 4.6 10 / 2012 .1 19. edge distance (c = cmin) Anchor size Effective anchorage depth M6 M8 M10 [mm] 30 40 60 30 40 70 40 50 80 Min.5 2.5 5.7 12.4 9.

3 15. (load values are valid for one anchor) Anchor size Effective anchorage depth M6 M8 M10 [mm] 30 40 60 30 40 70 40 50 80 Min. HSA-BW [kN] 3.8 5. HSA-BW [kN] 8.1 15.1 10.5 23.5 14.4 23.3 20.3 9.6 68.4 40.8 14.0 11.3 8.9 27.1 HSA-R2. HSA-R [kN] 8. HSA-R [kN] 3.4 7.3 15.1 HSA-R2.1 24.2 3.8 40.HSA Stud anchor Double anchor.5 5.4 19. base material thickness hmin [mm] 100 100 120 100 100 120 100 120 160 Min.8 8.8 29.1 24. no edge effects.4 19. HSA-R [kN] 3.6 HSA-R2.5 18.6 37. spacing (s = smin).1 Anchor size Effective anchorage depth M12 hef M16 M20 [mm] 50 65 100 65 80 120 75 100 115 Min.2 45.1 hef smin Tensile NRd Shear VRd.1 10.0 6. spacing [mm] 70 70 70 90 90 90 195 175 175 HSA.4 14.8 smin Tensile NRd Shear VRd.8 3.5 73. without lever arm 10 / 2012 HSA.7 5.5 5.8 68.0 11.9 27.5 159 .0 6.4 14.8 40.8 HSA-R2.1 18.8 29.6 12.2 5. without lever arm HSA.6 23.2 40.5 15.8 8.7 5.8 5.5 5.8 73.7 5.0 3. min.3 20.5 23.6 12. HSA-BW [kN] 17.7 5.0 3. HSA-BW [kN] 3. spacing [mm] 35 35 35 35 35 35 50 50 50 HSA. base material thickness hmin [mm] 100 140 180 140 160 180 160 220 220 Min.4 7. HSA-R [kN] 17.4 37.4 45.

2 26.cube = 25 N/mm² Mean ultimate resistance Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 Effective anchorage depth hef ≥ [mm] 30 40 40 50 50 65 65 80 Tensile NRu.raised impact section prevents thread damage during installation .9 15.0 Shear VRu.5 Characteristic resistance Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 Effective anchorage depth hef ≥ [mm] 30 40 40 50 50 65 65 80 Tensile NRk [kN] 8.Minimum base material thickness .4 160 10 / 2012 .6 19.m [kN] 8.setting mark HSV-BW Carbon steel with DIN 9021 washer and DIN 127b spring washer .m [kN] 11.4 17.4 42.3 12.torque-controlled mechanical expansion allows immediate load application .Steel failure .5 20.0 14.1 15.7 23.9 22.0 15.5 36.Correct setting (See setting instruction) .0 14.9 15.drill bit size is same as anchor size for easy installation.5 12. fck.9 8.7 44.0 26.9 18.1 23.cold-formed to prevent breaking during installation .6 35.Concrete C 20/25.6 42. Concrete Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to .HSV Stud anchor HSV Stud anchor Anchor versions Benefits HSV Carbon steel with DIN 125 washer .5 44.Concrete as specified in the table .0 12.No edge distance and spacing influence .3 8.8 14.1 Shear VRk [kN] 8.1 48.

9 39.1 8.2 62.6 6.9 24.3 14.5 41. bending resistance Material quality Part Material Bolt Carbon steel.HSV Stud anchor Design resistance Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 Effective anchorage depth hef ≥ [mm] 30 40 40 50 50 65 65 80 Tensile NRd [kN] 4. 5 µm 10 / 2012 161 .0 9.3 [kN] 4.3 109.1 72.7 8.5 14.3 9.0 4.7 6. galvanised to min.6 58.7 6.2 277.9 9.2 24.7 W [mm³] 31. thread Stressed crosssection.4.2 8.1 Shear VRd [kN] 5.neck [mm²] 26.7 13.0 84.3 4.6 63.1 166.9 18.2 a) With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.1 33.5 12. Materials Mechanical properties of HSV Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 Nominal tensile strength f uk [N/mm²] 580 660 660 660 Yield strength fyk [N/mm²] 464 528 528 528 As [mm²] 36.9 33.9 6.6 105.5 6.8 8.5 11.3 157 As.5 M0Rk. neck Moment of resistance Char.5 10.9 Recommended loads Anchor size M8 Effective anchorage depth hef ≥ Tensile Nrec Shear Vrec a) a) M10 M12 M16 [mm] 30 40 40 50 50 65 65 80 [kN] 3.7 20.s [Nm] 19. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.5 11.5 Stressed crosssection.8 5.

162 10 / 2012 .6 Maximum length of the anchor l1 [mm] 75 100 150 140 Length of expansion sleeve l2 [mm] 15 17.HSV Stud anchor Anchor dimensions Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 dR [mm] 5.6 20.85 7.6 24 dR Shaft diameter at the cone l2 l1 Setting Installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer Other tools M8 M10 M12 TE1 – TE30 blow out pump. hammer. torque wrench M16 Setting instruction For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product.1 9 11.

HSV Stud anchor Setting details Anchor size Effective anchorage depth Nominal embedment depth Nominal Diameter of drill bit Cutting diameter of drill bit Depth of drill hole Diameter of clearance hole in the fixture Minimum thickness of fixture a) Maximum thickness a) of fixture Torque moment Width across nut flats a) M8 M10 M12 M16 hef [mm] 30 40 40 50 50 65 65 80 hnom [mm] 39 49 51 61 62 77 81 96 d0 [mm] 8 10 12 16 dcut ≤ [mm] 8. For HSV-BW with DIN 9021 washer and DIN 127b spring washer the thickness of the fixture has to be reduced.45 10.min [mm] 5 0 5 0 5 0 5 0 tfix. 10 / 2012 163 .5 16.45 12.max [mm] 20 10 35 25 70 55 35 20 Tinst [Nm] 15 30 50 100 SW [mm] 13 17 19 24 45 55 60 9 70 70 12 85 90 14 105 18 The values are only valid for HSV with standard washer.5 h1 ≥ [mm] df ≤ [mm] tfix.

The calculated design loads are then on the save side: They will be lower than the exact values according ETAG 001.N the load values shall be reduced according ETAG 001.sp [mm] 90 120 120 150 150 195 195 240 scr. The design method is based on the following simplification: No different loads are acting on individual anchors (no eccentricity) The values are valid for one anchor.N and scr. Annex C. The influencing factors must then be considered for each edge distance and spacing. Influence of concrete strength Influence of edge distance Influence of spacing Valid for a group of two anchors. ccr.5 120 a) In case of smaller edge distance and spacing than ccr.HSV Stud anchor Setting parameters a) Anchor size Effective anchorage depth Minimum base material thickness Minimum spacing Minimum edge distance Critical spacing for splitting failure Critical edge distance for splitting failure Critical spacing for concrete cone failure Critical edge distance for concrete cone failure M8 M10 M12 M16 hef [mm] 30 40 40 50 50 65 65 80 hmin ≥ [mm] 100 100 100 120 140 140 130 170 smin ≥ [mm] 60 60 70 70 80 80 120 100 cmin ≥ [mm] 60 60 70 70 90 90 120 100 scr. 164 10 / 2012 . The method may also be applied for anchor groups with more than two anchors or more than one edge. Annex C Simplified design method Simplified version of the design method according ETAG 001.N [mm] 90 120 120 150 150 195 195 240 ccr.N [mm] 45 60 60 75 75 97. Annex C. scr.5 97.sp [mm] 180 240 240 300 300 390 390 480 ccr.sp.sp.

7 6.c M10 M12 M16 [mm] 30 40 40 50 50 65 65 80 [kN] 4.Steel resistance: NRd.N ⋅ f2.Concrete cone resistance: NRd.48 1.4 28.7 13.3 16.sp ⋅ f h.sp ⋅ f2.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.5 M10 M12 M16 Design pull-out resistance NRd.c = N0Rd.sp = N0Rd.1 8.N ⋅ f3.s 30 [kN] M10 40 M12 40 10.sp ⋅ fre.p ⋅ fB .55 Pull-out resistance fB = 1 Concrete cone and splitting resistance 1/2 a) fB = (f ck.sp ⋅ fre.41 a) fck.0 46.sp ⋅ f h.N ⋅ fre.N ⋅ f2.6 14.1 1.7 20.5 11.p ⋅ fB Anchor size Effective anchorage depth M8 hef 0 Rd.cube/25N/mm²) 1 1.N Basic design tensile resistance Design steel resistance NRd.sp ⋅ f3.0 9.s Anchor size Effective anchorage depth M8 hef [mm] NRd.N Concrete splitting resistance (only non-cracked concrete): NRd.8 Design concrete cone resistance NRd.6 7.1 Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 C 45/55 C 50/60 1.3 9.c = N - 0 Rd.22 1.6 20.Concrete pull-out resistance: NRd.9 11.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.N ⋅ f3.p = N0Rd.p N [mm] 30 40 40 50 50 65 65 80 [kN] 6. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length 10 / 2012 165 .34 1.9 17.s .p = N0Rd.sp = N0Rd.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.N Anchor size Effective anchorage depth M8 hef N0Rd.N ⋅ fre.cube = concrete compressive strength.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.sp ⋅ f2.sp ⋅ f3.HSV Stud anchor Tension loading The design tensile resistance is the lower value of .7 8.4 50 50 M16 65 65 80 17.N Design splitting resistance a) NRd.

sp f 1.7 0.sp = 0. If in the area of anchorage there is reinforcement with a spacing ≥ 150 mm (any diameter) or with a diameter ≤ 10 mm and a spacing ≥ 100 mm.48 1.85 0.Concrete edge resistance: 166 VRd.c 0 Rd.79 0.sp f 3.94 0.4 0.5 Influence of reinforcement Anchor size Effective anchorage depth M8 hef [mm] f re.3⋅c/ccr.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.60 0.7 + 0.5 0.9 1 0.2 0.5 0.42 1.55 0.N ≤ 1 f 1.65 a) 0.70 0.N) ≤ 1 0.sp) ≤ 1 a) The anchor spacing shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin given in the table with the setting details.Steel resistance: - Concrete pryout resistance: .68 1 1.3⋅c/ccr.sp = [h/(2⋅hef)] 2/3 2.c VRd.N = 0.25 1.825 a) 80 0.7 0.N = 0.90 0.80 0.5⋅(1 + s/scr.75 0. Influence of base material thickness h/hef f h. Influence of anchor spacing a) s/scr. These influencing factors must be considered for every edge distance.4 3.5⋅(1 + s/scr.65 0.2 2.37 1.55 0.8 0.95 1 f 3.9 a) This factor applies only for dense reinforcement.65 0.88 0.90 0.825 a) 0.70 0.N = 1 may be applied.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.5 + hef/200mm ≤ 1 b) M10 M12 30 40 40 50 50 0.2 3.7 + 0.73 0.6 2.c = V ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc 10 / 2012 .7 a) 0.1 0.N = 0.85 0.8 0. Shear loading The design shear resistance is the lower value of .N 0.75 0.60 0.6 ≥ 3.sp = 0.0 2.8 3.31 1.13 1.91 0.75 a) 0.N = 0.2 0.4 0.07 1.3 0.85 0. This influencing factor must be considered for every anchor spacing.3 0.7 a) 0.sp = 0.cp = k ⋅ NRd.97 1 0.80 0.s VRd.sp ≤ 1 f 2.6 0.N) ≤ 1 0.19 1.95 1 f 2.0 3.4 2.HSV Stud anchor Influence of edge distance a) c/ccr.82 0.6 0.1 s/scr.sp) ≤ 1 a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin given in the table with the setting details.N c/ccr. then a factor f re.75 a) M16 65 65 0.9 1 0.76 0.

32 2.05 1. Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 1/2 a) fB = (f ck.3 0.84 0.89 0.5 0.9 1.24 1.64 1.c V M10 M12 M16 [mm] 30 40 40 50 50 65 65 80 [kN] 9.40 1.34 1.5  Influence of base material thickness h/c fh = 10 / 2012 {h/(1.c = V0Rd.6 17.95 1.9 M12 M16 Design concrete pryout resistance VRd.2 1.1 33.1 1.2 a) For anchor groups only the anchors close to the edge must be considered.cube = concrete compressive strength.41 a) fck.s M10 30 [kN] 40 M12 40 50 6.75 0.97 2.71 0.50 0.5 ⋅ c)} 1/2 ≤1 167 .01 1.cube/25N/mm²) 1 1.48 1.6 28.3 28.55 Influence of angle between load applied and the direction perpendicular to the free edge Angle ß fβ = 0° 10° 20° 30° 40° 50° 60° 70° 80° ≥ 90° 1 1.45 0.5 65 80 18.55 0.32 0.HSV Stud anchor Basic design shear resistance Design steel resistance VRd.0 13.77 0.0 17.00 1 (cos α V )2 +  sin α V  2  2.22 1.13 1.05 1.35 ≥ 1.c: Design concrete cone resistance Design concrete edge resistance a)VRd. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.8 M16 50 65 11.s Anchor size Effective anchorage depth M8 hef [mm] VRd.6 0.1 9.15 0.0 13.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Anchor size Effective anchorage depth M8 hef 0 Rd.cp = k ⋅ NRd.63 0.45 0.ca) Anchor size Effective anchorage depth M8 hef [mm] M10 30 40 40 k 50 50 65 65 1 a) 80 2 NRd.

50 9.81 3.75 0.51 0.81 7.84 0.27 7.45 5.26 10.55 4.50 6.76 3.50 5.54 6.19 3.04 7.63 7.31 7.69 7.77 2.63 6.40 1.35 0.40 1.75 4.71 0.25 1.73 4.25 2.95 3.69 2.35 0.40 1.73 7.49 2.31 6.06 2.22 7.32 2.75 2.44 6.65 0.20 5.20 2.99 7.00 1.40 1.38 3.16 7.59 1.25 0.49 8.95 3.85 6.35 0.50 8.86 5.50 11.35 0.99 5.55 4.16 3.83 2.36 4.98 2.09 9.50 8.50 4.56 4.38 1.94 2.65 0.76 4.33 a) The anchor spacing and the edge minimum edge distance cmin.15 4.55 0.22 8.84 1.65 0.45 9.71 6.65 1.02 10.30 5.47 7.36 3.50 9.55 7.90 8.04 5.38 3.68 4.49 1.96 3.98 1.51 4.00 4.11 4.00 1.38 3.74 7.39 8.75 7.96 5.83 2.98 5.35 0.52 0.32 2.50 1.32 1. 168 10 / 2012 .83 4.84 1.40 1.61 5.75 0.15 6.65 0.84 1.83 2.40 0.60 4.08 6.54 0.35 0.75 10.84 1.26 1.00 3.81 6.84 1.72 5.84 1.25 3.59 6.84 1.40 1.40 1.31 8.97 10.32 2.75 7.00 5.54 6.26 6.21 4.65 0.81 3.HSV Stud anchor Influence of anchor spacing and edge distance a) for concrete edge resistance: f4 f4 = (c/hef)1.40 1.45 8.87 5.78 7.00 1.56 2.87 6.55 3.50 Influence of edge distance a) c/d 0.00 3.25 9.15 3.75 6.38 2.65 0.75 1.00 1.35 4.35 0.95 2.41 5.76 4.35 0.56 3.38 9.92 8.06 4.57 0.40 1.91 5.84 1.40 1.30 6.19 fc = (d / c) 0.85 distance shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin and the Influence of embedment depth Anchor size Effective anchorage depth M8 hef [mm] f hef = 0.65 2.26 5.00 0.35 0.25 5.83 6.32 2.56 4.36 6.35 0.65 0.27 6.45 7.00 11.38 3.65 0.90 6.00 1.65 2.53 0.43 0.32 2.21 8.12 4.86 3.70 6.25 6.25 5.84 1.35 0.95 8.46 0.46 3.18 6.90 3.72 8.18 5.95 3.83 8.87 4.44 4.50 6.36 7. Combined tension and shear loading For combined tension and shear loading see section “Anchor Design”.90 4.12 2.95 3.08 5.35 0.79 9.37 2.85 0.73 8.17 9.00 1.68 M10 M12 M16 30 40 40 50 50 65 65 80 0.00 8.57 4.83 2.73 3.25 3.44 2.47 2.40 1.11 8.51 3.15 2.68 1.25 5.65 0.55 10.14 5.61 3.28 4.00 7.90 5.35 5.00 5.63 2.75 7.27 0.32 1.65 0.59 8.84 1.25 0.50 0.43 5.65 0.50 5.02 7.26 3.83 1.00 9.25 12.08 7.25 6.50 12.05 ⋅ (hef / d)1.32 2.60 a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin.52 3.22 9.75 4.05 6.10 6.64 4.94 4.5 ⋅ (1 + s / [3 ⋅ c]) ⋅ 0.11 3.83 2.00 6.38 3.50 7.00 1.38 1.84 5.98 3.75 10. c/hef Group of two anchors s/hef 3.32 2.82 1.63 0.83 2.17 2.63 5.00 1.55 5.57 2.33 4.17 8.89 7.18 5.84 1.35 0.38 3.67 0.65 0.03 3.65 0.95 3.88 1.25 4.00 1.77 0.32 3.67 5.83 2.56 3.53 1.86 4.12 1.77 1.03 6.93 6.30 2.75 4.56 4.35 0.99 8.00 2.38 5.50 2.96 7.67 9.32 2.5 Single anchor 0.65 1.75 4 6 8 10 15 20 30 40 0.88 9.20 3.16 7.68 3.78 7.00 1.75 5.00 1.20 5.33 5.99 9.25 7.75 0.42 7.55 6.22 1.75 6.00 1.83 2.41 5.02 8.88 2.25 8.35 0.74 10.94 9.20 5.15 4.66 8.57 5.00 1.95 3.56 4.86 5.62 7.75 0.50 3.07 1.00 6.74 3.38 3.29 6.32 2.

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Minimum base material thickness . / date of issue PB 3093/517/07-CM / 2007-09-10 WF 166402 / 2007-10-26 & suppl.Concrete C 20/25.cube = 25 N/mm² 170 10 / 2012 . Braunschweig Assessment report (fire) warringtonfire No.HLC Sleeve anchor HLC Sleeve anchor Anchor version Concrete Solid brick HLC Hex head nut with pressed-on washer HLC-H Bolt version with washer HLC-L Torx round head HLC-SK Torx Counter sunk head HLC-EC Loop –hanger head. eyebold open HLC-T Ceiling hanger Benefits HLC offers various head shapes and fastening thicknesses. WF 172920 for HLC-EC Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to . eyebold closed HLC-EO Loop –hanger head. fck.Steel failure .No edge distance and spacing influence . Fire resistance Approvals / certificates Description Fire test report Authority / Laboratory IBMB.Correct setting (See setting instruction) .Concrete as specified in the table .

5 8 10 12 16 20 Tensile NRk [kN] 2.7 7.4.9 7.8 14.5 5.1 6.3 2. 5 µm HLC-H HLC-L HLC-SK HLC-T Steel Bolt Strength 8.8 3.5 8 10 12 16 20 Design resistance Anchor size Tensile NRd [kN] 1.5 8 10 12 16 20 [kN] 0.0 20.2 Shear VRk [kN] 3.4 1.0 8.0 5.8 3.8 2.5 4.0 2.1 11.0 6. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.8 1.9 Recommended loads Anchor size Tensile Nrec Shear Vrec a) a) a) With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1. Materials Material quality Part Anchor 10 / 2012 Material HLC HLC-EC HLC-EO Carbon steel minimum tensile strength 500 MPa galvanised to min.4 20.2 10.5 7.6 7.5 4.9 4.9 8. galvanised to min.4 Tensile NRd [kN] 1.8.HLC Sleeve anchor Characteristic resistance Anchor size 6.1 3.0 13.0 11.2 7. 5 µm 171 .0 5.9 4.3 [kN] 1.2 2.

5 x 65/40 26 31 33 41 41 16 M5 M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 M5 - 40 85 60 8 x 60/25 60 25 26 M6 75 - 40 8 x 90/55 90 55 10 x 45/5 45 5 10 x 85/45 10 x 105/65 31 M8 10 x 130/95 12 x 55/15 172 65 20 6.5 x 60/40 65 60 40 8 x 40/10 46 40 10 61 55 25 76 70 40 8 x 85/55 91 85 55 10 x 40/5 48 40 5 10 x 50/15 58 50 15 68 60 25 10 x 80/45 88 80 45 10 x 100/65 108 100 65 12 x 55/15 65 55 15 85 75 35 12 x 100/60 110 100 60 16 x 60/10 72 60 10 112 100 50 16 x 140/90 152 140 90 20 x 80/25 95 80 25 130 115 60 20 x 150/95 165 150 95 6.5 x 25/5 6.5 x 40/20 8 x 55/25 8 x 70/40 HLC. HLC-H.5 x 45/20 45 6. HLCEC/EO carbon steel anchors 10 x 60/25 12 x 75/35 16 x 100/50 20 x 115/60 6.5 x 85/60 8 x 75/40 HLC-SK carbon steel anchors 16 85 105 - 130 33 M10 80 45 65 95 - 35 10 / 2012 .HLC Sleeve anchor Anchor dimensions Anchor version Thread size hef [mm] d [mm] l [mm] lc [mm] tfix [mm] 30 25 5 45 40 20 6.

45 10.55 Depth of drill hole h1 ≥ [mm] 30 40 50 65 75 85 HLC SW [mm] HLC-H SW [mm] 8 10 13 19 24 HLS-SK Driver PZ 3 T 30 T 40 T 40 7 10 12 14 18 21 Thread size Width across nut flats 15 17 Diameter of clearance hole in the fixture df ≤ [mm] Effective anchorage depth hef [mm] 16 26 31 33 41 41 Max.5 4 13 20 25 - 10 / 2012 173 . torque wrench.5 (1/4”) 8 10 12 16 20 Cutting diameter of drill bit dcut ≤ [mm] 6. blow out pump 20 Setting instruction For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product.5 20.5 8 10 12 16 TE 2 – TE 16 hammer.4 8.5 16.5 M6 8 M8 10 M10 12 M12 16 M16 20 Nominal diameter of drill bit do [mm] 6. torque moment concrete Tinst [Nm] 5 8 25 40 50 80 Max.45 12. Setting details HLC d [mm] M5 6.HLC Sleeve anchor Setting Installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer Other tools 6. torque moment masonry Tinst [Nm] 2.

2 1.5 0.The core / material ratio may not exceede 15% of a bed joint area.3 0. minimum brick size NF (24.7 0.5cm x 11.0 Solid sand-lime brick KS 12/2.6 0.HLC Sleeve anchor Base material thickness.5cm) Values only valid for KS (DIN 106) with brick strength ≥ 29 N/mm². setting details) .0 1.5cm) 10 / 2012 . f b = brick strength Values only valid for Mz (DIN 105) with brick strength ≥ 19 N/mm².4 0.65 1.5 0.Load values valid for holes drilled with TE rotary hammers in hammering mod .8 0.8 0. minimum brick size NF (24.6 0.see below Recommended loadsa) Hilti Base material Anchor size Germany.45 1. density 2.0 a) b) c) d) 174 DIN 105/ EN 771-1 f b b) ≥ 12 N/mm² DIN 106/ EN 771-2 b) f b ≥12 N/mm² 6.The brim area around holes must be at least 70mm . .6 Tensile Nrec c) Shear Vrec d) [kN] Recommended load values for German base materials are based on national regulations. Switzerland hnom Solid clay brick Mz12/2.0 kg/dm³. Austria.5 8 10 12 16 [mm] 16 26 31 33 41 [kN] 0.5 8 10 12 16 20 hmin [mm] 60 70 80 100 100 120 scr [mm] 60 100 120 130 160 160 Critical edge distance for splitting failure and ccr concrete cone failure [mm] 30 50 60 65 80 80 Basic loading data for single anchor in solid masonry units All data in this section applies to . anchor spacing and edge distance Anchor size Minimum base material thickness Critical spacing for splitting failure and concrete cone failure 6.4 1.0 kg/dm³.Edge distances.6 Tensile Nrec d) [kN] 0. density 2.5cm x 11.0 1.2 1.Correct anchor setting (see instruction for use.0cm x 11.0cm x 11. spacing and other influences.6 1.8 Shear Vrec c) [kN] 0.

5 cm 5. • For brick walls where anchor position in brick can not be determined.5 cm 5.5 cm 24 cm Edge distance and spacing influences • The technical data for the HLC sleeve anchors are reference loads for MZ 12 and KS 12. • The HLC anchor was installed and tested in center of solid bricks as shown. 10 / 2012 175 . Due to the large variation of natural stone solid bricks. • Distance to free edge free edge to solid masonry (Mz and KS) units ≥ 300 mm • The minimum distance to horizontal and vertical mortar joint (cmin) is stated in the drawing above. graveling.0 kN without compression or 1.5 cm 11 cm 5.4 kN with compression • All data is for multiple use for non structural applications • Plaster. 100% anchor testing is recommended. however a load reduction is expected. • Minimum anchor spacing (smin) in one brick/block is ≥ 2*cmin Limits • Applied load to individual bricks may not exceet 1.HLC Sleeve anchor Permissible anchor location in brick and block walls Anchor position in Brick 5. lining or levelling courses are regarded as non-bearing and may not be taken into account for the calculation of embedment depth. on site anchor testing is recommended to validate technical data. The HLC anchor was not tested in the mortar joint between solid bricks or in hollow bricks.5 cm 11 cm 5.

6 8.8 Washer Carbon steel.3 M6x50 M8x60 M10x80 M12x90 Recommended Loads in solid brick Thread Diameter d [mm] Tension Nrec [kN] Shear Vrec [kN] For solid brick.3 19.blue-chromate zinc coating .Steel failure Minimum base material thickness .secure fastenings in various base materials HAM with steel strength 8.8 5.8 8.8 steel strength of screw Concrete Solid brick Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to .7 Shear Vrec [kN] 4.8.0 4. Strength 8.Concrete as specified in the table .plastic cap in cone to prevent dust entrance HAM .4 13.Correct setting (See setting instruction) .cone attached to sleeve to ensure pre-setting . fck. load values need to be determined on the building site Materials Part HAM Anchor 176 Material Sleeve Carbon steel Hex head Bolt Carbon steel DIN 933.cube = 25 N/mm² Recommended Loads in uncracked concrete C20/25 Thread Diameter d [mm] M6x50 M8x60 M10x80 M12x90 Tension Nrec [kN] 4.8 screw .Concrete C 20/25. DIN 9021 10 / 2012 .wings to prevent spinning in the borehole .No edge distance and spacing influence .HAM Hard sleeve anchor HAM Hard sleeve anchor Anchor version Benefits .

HAM Hard sleeve anchor Anchor dimensions Anchor version M6 x 50 hef [mm] 30 d [mm] 12 ls [mm] 30 l1 [mm] 40 l2 [mm] 50 tfix [mm] 10 M8 x 60 35 14 35 50 60 10 M10 x 80 43 16 43 60 80 20 M12 x 90 55 19 55 70 90 20 Anchor HAM Setting Installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer Drill bit Other tools M6x50 TE-C3X 12 M8x60 M10x80 TE 2 – TE 16 14 16 hammer.8 screw Thread Diameter d [mm] M6x50 M8x60 M10x80 M12x90 Nominal diameter of drill bit do [mm] 12 14 16 20 Cutting diameter of drill bit dcut ≤ [mm] 12.55 Depth of drill hole h1 ≥ [mm] 65 80 90 110 Width across nut flats SW [mm] 10 13 17 19 Diameter of clearance hole in the fixture df ≤ [mm] 7 9 12 14 Max.5 16. Setting details for HAM with 8. torque wrench.5 20. torque moment masonry Tinst [Nm] 5 10 20 30 10 / 2012 177 . torque moment concrete Tinst [Nm] 10 25 45 75 Max. blow out pump M12x90 20 For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product.5 14.

Concrete as specified in the table . Basic loading data All data in this section applies to . / date of issue ETA-08/0307 / 2011-01-21 ETA-08/0307 / 2011-01-21 PB III / 08-354 / 2008-11-27 a) Data for HUS-HR with standard and reduced embedment depth is given in this section according ETA-08/0307 issue 2011-01-21.HUS-HR Screw anchor stainless steel HUS-HR Screw anchor. fck.No edge distance and spacing influence . stainless steel Anchor version Benefits .cube = 25 N/mm² 178 For details see Simplified design method 10 / 2012 .Concrete C 20/25. Berlin DIBt.Forged-on washer and hexagon head with no protruding thread HUS-HR Stainless steel Concrete Screw Concrete Tensile zone Small edge distance and spacing Solid brick Autoclaved aerated concrete Fire resistance Corrosion Resistance European Technical Approval CE conformity PROFIS Anchor design software Approvals / certificates Description a) European technical approval Fire test report Fire test report ZTV – Tunnel (EBA) Authority / Laboratory DIBt.Correct setting (See setting instruction) .Through fastening .Removable . Berlin MFPA.Steel failure .Low expansion forces in base materials .Quick and easy setting . Leipzig No.Minimum base material thickness .

0 33.3 26.0 40.0 33. 10 / 2012 179 .5 41.5 30.3 Standard embedment Shear VRu.0 12.0 12.9 - Reduced embedment hnom [mm] - 60 70 70 - 60 70 70 Tensile NRu.5 - - a) 16.9 22.0 7.0 12.0 76.0 50.HUS-HR Screw anchor stainless steel Mean ultimate resistance Cracked concrete Non-cracked concrete Anchor size HUS-HR 6 8 10 14 6 8 10 14 [mm] 30 50 60 - 30 50 60 - - - a) 6.0 102.m [kN] 22.0 hnom [mm] 55 80 90 110 55 80 90 110 Tensile NRk [kN] 9.3 33.m [kN] 12.3 53.0 21.0 31.7 10.6 a) Please refer to resistance table in all load directions for multiple use fastenings in section HUS 6 screw anchor for redundant fastening.4 a) Please refer to resistance table in all load directions for multiple use fastenings in section HUS 6 screw anchor for redundant fastening.0 hnom [mm] 55 80 90 110 55 80 90 110 Tensile NRu.0 21.8 - 23.0 Shear VRu.4 - 30.4 - Reduced embedment (ETA-08/0307) hnom [mm] - 60 70 70 - 60 70 70 Tensile NRk [kN] - 12.0 18.m Shear VRu.0 16.3 25.m [kN] [kN] - a) - a) 12.2 - 8.0 57.2 28.0 - Extra reduced embedment (Hilti Tech Data) hnom Tensile NRu.0 9.0 33.6 27.2 5.7 44.0 37.m [kN] - 16.0 Standard embedment (ETA-08/0307) Shear VRk [kN] 17.5 - Extra reduced embedment (Hilti Tech Data) hnom Tensile NRk Shear VRk [kN] [kN] - a) - a) 9.3 33.7 34.0 25.m [kN] - 34.7 44.0 16.0 16.0 23.9 38.7 21.0 16.0 21.6 31.0 12.0 77.1 36.7 16.0 16.7 34.9 - 6.0 - - a) 22.6 6.0 25.7 44. Characteristic resistance Non-cracked concrete Anchor size Cracked concrete HUS-HR 6 8 10 14 6 8 10 14 [mm] 30 50 60 - 30 50 60 - - - a) 5.0 16.0 26.0 Shear VRk [kN] - 26.

0 - 11.3 2.4 15.9 Standard embedment (ETA-08/0307) Shear VRd [kN] 11.9 22.4.3 10.3 22.8 12. 180 10 / 2012 .1 6.5 - 2.0 - Extra reduced embedment (Hilti Tech Data) hnom Tensile NRd [kN] Shear VRd [kN] - a) - a) 5. b) Please refer to resistance table in all load directions for multiple use fastenings in section HUS 6 screw anchor for redundant fastening.0 - - b) 8.3 22.0 38.4 15.4 15.8 11.7 8.6 4.7 18.7 15.0 6.0 25.5 - 3.0 6.2 15.9 10.7 Shear VRd [kN] - 17. Recommended loads Cracked concrete Non-cracked concrete Anchor size HUS-HR 6 8 10 14 6 8 10 14 [mm] 30 50 60 - 30 50 60 - - - b) 2.6 4.4 6.9 13.9 13.4 3.8 6.7 8.7 4.5 19.HUS-HR Screw anchor stainless steel Design resistance Non-cracked concrete Anchor size Cracked concrete HUS-HR 6 8 10 14 6 8 10 14 [mm] 30 50 60 - 30 50 60 - - - a) 2.3 8.0 1. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.3 9.3 a) Please refer to resistance table in all load directions for multiple use fastenings in section HUS 6 screw anchor for redundant fastening.0 51.3 Standard embedment (ETA-08/0307) hnom Tensile Nrec Shear Vrec a) a) a) With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.3 5.8 [kN] - 12.3 22.0 hnom [mm] 55 80 90 110 55 80 90 110 Tensile NRd [kN] 4.3 7.2 15.7 - Extra reduced embedment (Hilti Tech Data) hnom Tensile Nrec Shear Vrec a) a) [kN] [kN] - b) - b) 3.9 [kN] 8.7 27.7 21.3 17.9 17.1 12.2 - - a) 11.0 18.2 - 15.8 4.7 7.0 10.0 - Reduced embedment (ETA-08/0307) hnom Tensile Nrec Shear Vrec a) a) [mm] - 60 70 70 - 60 70 70 [kN] - 4.6 12.0 - Reduced embedment (ETA-08/0307) hnom [mm] - 60 70 70 - 60 70 70 Tensile NRd [kN] - 6.0 3.0 13.8 6.7 36.9 16.9 [mm] 55 80 90 110 55 80 90 110 [kN] 3.3 9.

0 Aerated concrete PPW 6-0.The brim area around holes must be at least 70mm . Switzerland Solid clay brick Mz12/2.1 Shear Vrec [kN] 1.6 1.0 2.9 1.1 1.0 Solid sand-lime brick KS 12/2.2 0.2 0.HUS-HR Screw anchor stainless steel Basic loading data for single anchor in solid masonry units All data in this section applies to .9 1.4 2.Correct anchor setting (see instruction for use. see below Recommended loads Hilti Base material Anchor size Germany.4 a) DIN 105/ EN 771-1 a) f b ≥ 12 N/mm² HUS-HR 6 HUS-HR 8 HUS-HR 10 hnom [mm] 55 60 70 Tensile Nrec [kN] 0.4 0.0 1.Edge distances.3 0.6 0.4 0. Austria.4 0. .9 DIN 106/ EN 771-2 a) f b ≥12 N/mm² Tensile Nrec DIN 4165/ EN 771-4 f b a) ≥ 6 N/mm² Tensile Nrec Shear Vrec Shear Vrec [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] f b = brick strength 10 / 2012 181 .0 0. setting details) .Load values valid for holes drilled with TE rotary hammers in hammering mod .The core / material ratio may not exceed 15% of a bed joint area.7 0. spacing and other influences.

Materials Mechanical properties Anchor size Nominal tensile strength f uk [N/mm²] HUS-HR 6 HUS-HR 8 HUS-HR 10 HUS-HR 14 1040 870 950 820 Stressed cross-section As [mm²] 23 39 55 125 Moment of resistance W [mm³] 15. • For brick walls where anchor position in brick can not be determined.8 Design bending resistance [Nm] MRd.2 196. • Minimum anchor spacing (smin) in one brick/block is ≥ 2*cmin Limits • Applied load to individual bricks may not exceed 1. 100% anchor testing is recommended.4 58.s Part Stainless steel hexagonal head concrete screw 182 Material Stainless steel (grade A4) 10 / 2012 . Due to the large variation of natural stone solid bricks. • Distance to free edge free edge to solid masonry (Mz and KS) units ≥ 200 mm • Distance to free edge free edge to solid masonry (autoclaved aerated gas concrete) units ≥ 170 mm • The minimum distance to horizontal and vertical mortar joint (cmin) is stated in drawing above.0 kN without compression or 1.4 kN with compression • All data is for multiple use for non structural applications • Plaster.9 44.5 34.4 12. • The HUS-HR anchor was installed and tested in center of solid bricks as shown.HUS-HR Screw anchor stainless steel Permissible anchor location in brick and block walls Edge distance and spacing influences • The technical data for the HUS-HR anchors are reference loads for MZ 12 and KS 12. lining or levelling courses are regarded as non-bearing and may not be taken into account for the calculation of embedment depth. graveling. however a load reduction is expected. on site anchor testing is recommended to validate technical data.9 23. The HUS-HR anchor was not tested in the mortar joint between solid bricks or in hollow bricks.2 128.

HUS-HR Screw anchor stainless steel Anchor dimensions Dimensions Anchor version ls [mm] ds [mm] dk [mm] HUS-HR 6 35 … 70 7.5 12.5 5. 10 / 2012 183 .4 HUS-HR 8 55 … 105 10.1 7.6 Setting Recommended installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer drill bit Socket wrench insert Impact screw driver HUS-HR 6 Hilti TE 6 TE-C3X 6/17 S-NSD 13 ½ (L) Hilti SIW 144 or 121 Hilti TKI 2500 HUS-HR 8 Hilti TE 6 TE-C3X 8/17 S-NSD 13 ½ (L) HUS-HR 10 Hilti TE 16 TE-C3X 10/22 S-NSD 15 ½ (L) HUS-HR 14 Hilti -TE 16 TE-C3X 14/22 S-NSD 21 ½ Hilti SI 100 Setting instruction For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product.3 8.4 HUS-HR 14 80 … 135 16.1 HUS-HR 10 65 … 130 12.

45 14. Tinst [Nm] .b) ls – hnom 10 / 2012 .HUS-HR Screw anchor stainless steel Setting details: depth of drill hole h1 and effective anchorage depth hef Setting details Anchor version 6 HUS-HR 30 8 55 50 60 10 80 60 70 14 90 70 110 Nominal embedment depth hnom [mm] Nominal diameter of drill bit do [mm] 6 8 10 14 Cutting diameter of drill bit dcut ≤ [mm] 6.b) 16 Solid m.b) .a) Solid m.b) 10 .b) Aerated conc.b) 16 16 - 20 20 .b) a) Hilti recommends machine setting only in concrete b) Hilti does not recommend this setting process for this application. KS 12 Tinst [Nm] .5 Depth of drill hole h1 ≥ [mm] Diameter of clearance hole in the fixture df ≤ [mm] Effective anchorage depth hef [mm] Max.45 10. Mz 12 Tinst [Nm] .b) .b) 4 .a) .a) 35 .4 8. fastening thickness tfix [mm] Concrete Tinst [Nm] 20 .b) .b) 8 8 - 10 10 . installation torque 184 40 65 60 9 23 70 90 70 12 45 38 47 80 100 80 14 64 46 120 18 54 71 52 86 45 45 45 65 65 16 - 20 20 . Max.b) 10 .

N = ccr.N = scr. The influencing factors must then be considered for each edge distance and spacing. (The method may also be applied for anchor groups with more than two anchors or more than one edge. Design resistance according data given in ETA-08/0307 issue 2011.sp [mm] 69 135 114 141 192 166 194 256 187 310 ccr. Critical spacing and critical edge distance for splitting failure apply only for non-cracked concrete. The calculated design loads are then on the save side: They will be lower than the exact values according ETAG 001. Simplified design method Simplified version of the design method according ETAG 001. Annex C. To avoid this. For cracked concrete only the critical spacing and critical edge distance for concrete cone failure are decisive. anchor spacing and edge distance Anchor size HUS-HR 6 HUS-HR 8 HUS-HR 10 HUS-HR 14 Nominal embedment hnom depth [mm] 30 55 50 60 80 60 70 90 70 110 Minimum base material thickness hmin non-cracked concrete [mm] 100 100 100 100 120 120 120 140 140 160 Minimum spacing smin [mm] 40 40 45 45 50 50 50 50 50 60 cmin [mm] 40 40 45 45 50 50 50 50 50 60 scr. 10 / 2012 185 .sp [mm] 35 68 57 71 96 83 97 128 94 155 Minimum edge distance Critical spacing for concrete cone and splitting failure Critical edge distance for concrete cone and splitting failure For spacing (edge distance) smaller than critical spacing (critical edge distance) the design loads have to be reduced (see system design resistance).HUS-HR Screw anchor stainless steel Base material thickness.01. Annex C. it is recommended to use the anchor design software PROFIS anchor) The design method is based on the following simplification: No different loads are acting on individual anchors (no eccentricity) The values are valid for one anchor (single point fastening). Influence of concrete strength Influence of edge distance Influence of spacing Valid for a group of two anchors.21. For more complex fastening applications please use the anchor design software PROFIS Anchor. multiple use applications are not part of this design method.

9 13.2 - hnom [mm] - 60 70 70 - 60 70 70 Tensile NRd [kN] - 6.3 37.s .N ⋅ f2.sp ⋅ f3.0 6.p = N0Rd.6 73.3 5.9 Reduced embedment Standard embedment 186 10 / 2012 .4 6.Concrete cone resistance: NRd.Concrete pull-out resistance: NRd.c = N - 0 Rd.8 4.N NRd.3 8.Steel resistance: NRd.HUS-HR Screw anchor stainless steel TENSION loading The design tensile resistance is the lower value of .p = N0Rd.p ⋅ fB .N ⋅ fre.7 8.9 13.sp ⋅ fre.3 2.0 6.s HUS-HR 6 HUS-HR 8 HUS-HR 10 HUS-HR 14 17.N Basic design tensile resistance Design steel resistance NRd.7 - - 2.5 - 3.9 22.7 8.0 [kN] Design pull-out resistance NRd.c Concrete splitting resistance (only non-cracked concrete): ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.9 10.sp ⋅ f2.N ⋅ f3.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.0 24.7 hnom [mm] 55 80 90 110 55 80 90 110 Tensile NRd [kN] 4.sp = N0Rd.p ⋅ fB Cracked concrete Non-cracked concrete Anchor size 6 8 10 14 6 8 10 14 Extra reduced embedment (Hilti Tech Data) hnom [mm] 30 50 60 - 30 50 60 - Tensile NRd [kN] - 5.s Anchor size NRd.

2 - - 60 70 70 - 6.6 0.80 0.90 0.6 0.94 0.22 1.c = N0Rd.9 7.cube/25N/mm²)0.1 0.41 a) fck.sp = 0.N ⋅ f3.90 0.60 0.7 + 0.8 0.55 Influence of edge distance a) c/ccr.80 0.7 Reduced embedment 60 70 70 9.N Non-cracked concrete Anchor size 6 Cracked concrete 8 10 14 6 8 10 14 50 60 - 30 50 60 - - 4.91 0.7 + 0.c [kN] - hnom [mm] 55 6.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.N) ≤ 1 0.2 12.60 0.N = 0.7 0. These influencing factors must be considered for every edge distance.88 0.55 0.82 0. 10 / 2012 187 .75 0.N) ≤ 1 0.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.2 10.97 1 0.sp ⋅ f2.85 0.5 55 80 90 110 5. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1. Influence of anchor spacing a) s/scr.N ≤ 1 f 1.5 0.70 0.N 0.9 1 0.3 0.sp) ≤ 1 a) The anchor spacing shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin given in the table with the setting details.75 0.HUS-HR Screw anchor stainless steel Design concrete cone NRd.N ⋅ fre.65 0.1 1.3⋅c/ccr.9 1 0.sp ⋅ fre.sp = 0.65 0.70 0.c [kN] 7.sp f 1.cube = concrete compressive strength.N ⋅ f2.85 0.sp = 0.5 Standard embedment 80 90 110 0 N Rd.79 0.sp ≤ 1 f 2.1 10.c [kN] - hnom [mm] - 0 N Rd.3⋅c/ccr. This influencing factor must be considered for every anchor spacing.5⋅(1 + s/scr.sp ⋅ f3.8 0.4 0.4 7.85 0.34 1.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.95 1 f 2.5 0.2 0.1 s/scr.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.N = 0.55 0.95 1 f 3.48 1.0 16.6 8.sp f 3.2 0.8 22.3 a) Splitting resistance must only be considered for non-cracked concrete ETA: Data according ETA-08/0307 issue 2008-12-12 Hilti: Additional Hilti technical data Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 fB = (f ck.0 Extra reduced embedment (Hilti Tech Data) hnom [mm] 30 0 N Rd.76 0.4 0.N = 0.3 16.0 11.2 14.5 a) 1 1.sp) ≤ 1 a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin given in the table with the setting details.N Design splitting resistance* NRd.N c/ccr.5⋅(1 + s/scr.7 6.73 0.sp = N0Rd.3 0.7 0.

c: Design concrete cone resistance HUS-HR 8 50 60 80 HUS-HR 10 60 70 90 2.48 1.3 17.Steel resistance: - VRd.0 1.77 0.86 0.s [kN] 11.73 0.3 Extra reduced embedment VRd.3 17. SHEAR loading The design shear resistance is the lower value of .6 ≥ 3.82 0.ca) Anchor size hnom k a) 188 HUS-HR 6 [mm] 30 55 1.0 36.3 22.Concrete edge resistance: VRd.42 1.13 1.sp = [h/(2⋅hef)] 2/3 2.68 1 1.N = 0.07 1.2 3.4 3.69 0.s [kN] - 17.c VRd.31 1.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Basic design shear resistance Design steel resistance VRd.0 2.6 2.c = V0Rd.93 a) This factor applies only for dense reinforcement.cp = k ⋅ NRd.37 1.0 HUS-HR 14 70 110 10 / 2012 .7 VRd.3 22.2 2. If in the area of anchorage there is reinforcement with a spacing ≥ 150 mm (any diameter) or with a diameter ≤ 10 mm and a spacing ≥ 100 mm.s Reduced embedment Standard embedment Design concrete pryout resistance VRd.62 0.5 Influence of reinforcement Anchor size hnom hef [mm] HUS-HR 6 30 55 HUS-HR 8 50 60 80 HUS-HR 10 60 70 90 [mm] 23 38 46 45 47 64 54 71 HUS-HR 14 70 110 52 86 f re.73 0.4 2.19 1.8 3.0 3.0 51.HUS-HR Screw anchor stainless steel Influence of base material thickness h/hef f h.s Concrete pryout resistance: .5 + hef/200mm ≤ 1 0.cp = k ⋅ NRd.25 1.74 0.76 0.s Anchor size HUS-HR 6 HUS-HR 8 HUS-HR 10 HUS-HR 14 [kN] 11.3 22. then a factor f re.5 NRd.N = 1 may be applied.0 - VRd.

6 5.97 2.c [kN] - 5.cube/25N/mm²) 1 1.41 a) fck.13 1.5 0.cube = concrete compressive strength.89 0.5  Influence of base material thickness h/c fh = 10 / 2012 {h/(1.15 0.1 10.2 1.45 0.24 1.32 2.32 0.6 0.55 0.c [kN] - 5.2 6.50 0.05 1.00 1 (cos αV )2 +  sinαV  2  2.6 4.2 6.05 1.1 - hnom [mm] - 60 70 70 - 60 70 70 V0Rd. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length Influence of angle between load applied and the direction perpendicular to the free edge Angle ß fβ = 0° 10° 20° 30° 40° 50° 60° 70° 80° ≥ 90° 1 1.6 15 - 4.5 ⋅ c)} 1/2 ≤1 189 .6 15.95 1.1 2.71 0.HUS-HR Screw anchor stainless steel Design concrete edge resistance VRd.c = V0Rd.9 1.9 8.1 1.63 0.7 C 45/55 C 50/60 1.35 ≥ 1.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Cracked concrete Non-cracked concrete Anchor size HUS-HR 6 8 10 14 6 8 10 14 Extra reduced embedment (Hilti Tech Data) hnom [mm] 30 50 60 - 30 50 60 - V0Rd.84 0.77 0.45 0.22 1.9 8.9 8.64 1.48 1.75 0.2 6.6 - - 4.6 hnom [mm] 55 80 90 110 55 80 90 110 V0Rd.55 Reduced embedment Standard embedment Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 0.34 1.1 10.3 0.5 a) fB = (f ck.01 1.40 1.c [kN] 3.

55 4.25 12.00 1.08 7.75 7.56 4.26 5.50 5.25 1.65 0.86 5.41 5.06 4.73 8.98 1. Recommended loads can be calculated by dividing the design resistance by an overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.51 4.25 5.00 1.75 4.65 1.05 ⋅ (hef / d)1.38 1.83 2.59 6.00 3.32 2.83 4.89 7. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.56 3.83 1.98 2.00 9.32 1.56 3.22 1.95 3.63 5.40 1.75 2.96 3.65 0.35 4.40 0.59 1.90 3.60 4.38 2.72 5.38 3.77 1.75 1.15 3.20 5.55 5.31 7.04 5.33 4.46 3.95 2.45 9.07 1.00 1.00 1.83 2.40 1.cube =25 N/mm².95 3.50 9.86 3.73 7.38 5.81 3.81 3.45 5.00 11.32 2.11 3.84 1.57 5.16 3.59 8.55 4.38 1.75 10.00 1.96 7.03 3.75 6.30 5.37 2.40 1.55 3.65 0.17 8.30 2.47 7.64 60 HUS-HR 10 70 90 0.32 2.00 5.00 1.99 5.90 8.32 2.40 1.99 8.55 10.64 4.95 3.78 7.50 0.87 6.56 4.97 10.25 3.25 0.50 6.83 2.16 7.61 3.94 9.25 9.84 1.60 a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin.52 3.06 2.32 1.78 7.08 6.71 0.91 5.95 3.40 1.83 2.82 1.12 2.83 2.00 1.75 0.35 5.49 8.42 7. 190 10 / 2012 .56 4.00 1.85 6.69 2.25 5.50 3.00 1.69 0.35 0.50 11.22 8.43 5.25 6.75 4.74 10.22 9.75 6.84 1.35 0.65 0.65 0.84 1.84 1.25 6.35 0.05 6.12 1.35 0.38 9.00 3.81 6.67 0.38 3.55 6.51 3.44 4.99 7.90 6.84 1.17 9.21 8.35 0.66 8.50 8.57 4.62 7.25 2.32 3.50 8.75 5.40 1.61 5.55 7.92 8.56 2.27 7.15 4.04 7.02 8.84 0. All data applies to concrete C 20/25 – fck.00 6.75 4.99 9.25 5.32 2.83 2.32 2.25 0.38 3.54 0.75 10.90 4.75 0.86 4.41 5.20 3. c/hef Group of two anchors s/hef 3.20 5. Annex C and data given in ETA-08/0307.68 4.50 2.50 4.65 0.4.50 12.35 0.50 6.11 8.06 Influence of edge distance a) 4 c/d 6 8 0.65 0.35 0.00 0.65 2.95 3.33 a) The anchor spacing and the edge minimum edge distance cmin.35 0.73 3.76 4.15 6.32 2.25 8.39 8.00 8.HUS-HR Screw anchor stainless steel Influence of anchor spacing and edge distance a) for concrete edge resistance: f4 Single anchor 0.33 5.67 9.35 0.84 1.56 4.84 1.63 2.88 2.83 2.77 0.40 1.49 2.38 3.35 HUS-HR 14 70 110 0.40 1. Precalculated values Design resistance calculated according ETAG 001.94 2.50 Combined TENSION and SHEAR loading For combined tension and shear loading see section “Anchor Design”.85 distance shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin and the Influence of embedment depth Anchor size hnom f hef = [mm] 0.65 0.52 0.32 2.35 0.68 HUS-HR 6 30 55 - 50 1.27 0.49 1.48 HUS-HR 8 60 80 0.19 3.75 7.94 4.84 1.63 0.27 6.98 5.35 0.40 1.50 5.65 2.21 4.32 2.65 0.00 4.02 10.18 5.16 7.18 6.20 2.76 4.73 4.26 10.50 1.38 3.74 3.68 3.01.31 6. Hilti technical data for the extra reduced embedment depth is not part of the approval.00 2.75 7.84 5.09 9.15 2.95 3.00 1.96 5.98 3.35 0.83 2.50 9.40 1. issue 2011.76 3.90 5.31 8.50 7.26 1.84 1.25 7.87 5.20 5.25 3.03 6.83 8.57 0.63 6.15 4.25 4.38 3.69 7.12 4.00 1.14 5.53 1.36 4.28 4.10 6.45 7.35 0.35 0.83 6.74 7.77 2.84 1.00 1.38 3.21.87 4.35 0.00 1.65 0.43 0.93 6.63 7.02 7.88 9.17 2.88 1.29 6.65 1.36 6.26 6.36 7.44 2.45 1.54 6.54 6.45 8.70 6.30 6.71 6.85 1.22 7.11 4.72 8.65 0.65 0.65 0.00 7.57 2.98 1.47 2.44 6.00 6.79 9.08 5.26 3.40 1.19 10 15 fc = (d / c) 0. 20 30 40 0.81 7.18 5.95 8.36 3.86 5.68 1.00 5.65 0.67 5.

2 15.3 17.0 [mm] 55 80 90 110 55 80 90 110 Min.9 17.HUS-HR Screw anchor stainless steel Design resistance Single anchor.3 2.3 8.7 21. shear without lever arm Non-cracked concrete Anchor size HUS-HR 6 8 10 14 6 Cracked concrete 8 10 14 Extra reduced embedment (Hilti Tech Data) [mm] 30 50 60 - 30 50 60 - Min.7 8.3 5.8 4.0 51.7 Shear VRd [kN] - 17. no edge effects (c ≥ ccr).9 Shear VRd [kN] 11.3 22.0 6.9 13.3 22.2 - 15.4 6.9 22.3 191 .0 18.3 22. base material thickness hmin [mm] - 100 120 140 - 100 120 140 Reduced embedment hnom Tensile NRd [kN] - 6. base material thickness hmin [mm] 80 100 120 - 80 100 120 - hnom Tensile NRd [kN] - 5.9 10.7 - - 2.2 - Shear VRd [kN] - 15.0 - - 11.0 25.7 8. base material thickness hmin [mm] 100 120 140 160 100 120 140 160 Standard embedment hnom 10 / 2012 Tensile NRd [kN] 4.0 - [mm] - 60 70 70 - 60 70 70 Min.3 10.5 - 3.5 19.9 13.0 6.0 38.

0 6.7 - - 2.3 - [mm] - 60 70 70 - 60 70 70 Min.0 7.HUS-HR Screw anchor stainless steel Single anchor.2 3.1 7.4 3.7 6.3 8.1 2. shear without lever arm Non-cracked concrete Anchor size HUS-HR 6 8 10 14 6 Cracked concrete 8 10 14 Extra reduced embedment (Hilti Tech Data) [mm] 30 50 60 - 30 50 60 - Min.7 3.0 10 / 2012 . edge distance (c = cmin). edge distance cmin [mm] 80 40 100 45 120 50 - 80 40 100 45 120 50 - hnom Tensile NRd [kN] - 5.3 5.4 3. base material thickness hmin [mm] Min.6 5.9 10.8 9.0 - 2.8 4.8 3.8 2.8 5.7 - - 2.7 - 3. base material thickness hmin [mm] Min.4 6.0 4. edge distance cmin [mm] - 100 45 120 50 140 50 - 100 45 120 50 140 50 Reduced embedment hnom Tensile NRd [kN] - 6.2 - Shear VRd [kN] - 3. edge distance cmin [mm] 100 40 120 50 140 50 160 60 100 40 120 50 140 50 160 60 Standard embedment hnom 192 Tensile NRd [kN] 4.9 Shear VRd [kN] - 3.4 13.8 4. min.9 4. base material thickness hmin [mm] Min.6 [mm] 55 80 90 110 55 80 90 110 Min.6 8.8 5.0 Shear VRd [kN] 3.2 4.

3 4.4 9.7 - 10. min.1 10.2 - [mm] - 60 70 70 - 60 70 70 Min.3 22.3 - Shear VRd [kN] - 11.8 Shear VRd [kN] 9.9 [mm] 55 80 90 110 55 80 90 110 Min.5 16.0 14. base material thickness hmin [mm] Min.8 10.5 17.0 33.0 Shear VRd [kN] - 14.4 6.2 5. spacing smin [mm] - 100 45 120 50 140 50 - 100 45 120 50 140 50 Reduced embedment hnom Tensile NRd [kN] - 6.5 7.2 12. spacing smin [mm] 80 40 100 45 120 50 - 80 40 100 45 120 50 - hnom Tensile NRd [kN] - 4.9 - 4.7 23.9 17.5 11.6 193 .1 7.3 6.3 5.3 - - 7.6 6.4 13. base material thickness hmin [mm] Min.7 9.8 3.3 17. spacing smin [mm] 100 40 120 50 140 50 160 60 100 40 120 50 140 50 160 60 Standard embedment hnom 10 / 2012 Tensile NRd [kN] 4.HUS-HR Screw anchor stainless steel Double anchor.0 15. no edge effects (c ≥ ccr).0 - - 3. shear without lever arm (load values are valid for one anchor) Non-cracked concrete Cracked concrete Anchor size HUS-HR 6 8 10 14 6 8 10 14 Extra reduced embedment (Hilti Tech Data) [mm] 30 50 60 - 30 50 60 - Min. spacing (s = smin).0 7. base material thickness hmin [mm] Min.

/ date of issue a) European technical approval with fire assessment according TR020 Fire test report DIBt. Berlin ETA-08/0307/ 2011-01-21 IBMB.Removable .HUS Screw anchor carbon steel HUS Screw anchor.Quick and easy setting .Steel failure .Minimum base material thickness . fck. Brunswick UB3574/5146/ 2006-05-20 Fire Assessment report Exova Warringtonfire WF 166402/ 2007-10-26 a) Does not include HUS-H 14 Basic loading data for concrete C20/25 All data in this section applies to .No edge distance and spacing influence .Low expansion forces in base materials .Concrete C 20/25.Forged-on washer and hexagon head with no protruding thread HUS-H 6 Carbon steel Concrete Screw with hex head HUS-H 8 HUS-H 10 HUS-H 14 Carbon steel Concrete Screw with hex head HUS-I 6 Carbon steel Concrete Screw with hex head HUS-P 6 Carbon steel Concrete Screw with pan head Concrete Tensile zone Small edge distance and spacing Solid brick Autoclaved aerated concrete Fire resistance European Technical Approval CE conformity PROFIS Anchor design software Approvals / certificates Description Authority / Laboratory No.Correct setting (see setting instruction) .Through fastening .cube = 25 N/mm² The following technical data are based on: 194 For details see simplified design method ETA: Data according ETA-08/0307 issue 2011-01-21 Hilti: Additional Hilti technical data 10 / 2012 . carbon steel Anchor version Benefits HUS-A 6 Carbon steel Concrete Screw with hex head .

5 ETA-08/0307 8 10 H H 60 75 70 85 Hilti 12.9 7.2 10.0 12.0 10.0 3.0 25.5 26.5 10.0 25.2 16.4 3.7 15.3 7.0 8.9 23.9 9.m Cracked concrete Tensile NRu. H.5 - 110 Design resistance Anchor size Type hnom Non-cracked concrete Tensile NRd Shear VRd Cracked concrete Tensile NRd Shear VRd 6 HUS[mm] A.3 3. H.8 7.8 47.9 16.0 24.7 10.0 23.6 15.0 - 14.1 11.9 9. I 55 P 55 [kN] [kN] 3.0 13.7 8.2 15.3 16.9 53.m Shear VRu.8 17.3 4.0 - 9.2 [kN] [kN] 8.1 26.8 3.m 6 HUS[mm] A.8 35.5 [kN] [kN] 6.9 7.1 24.0 13.0 23.0 6.0 13.6 14.1 24.6 4.5 23.8 18.8 11.8 - 8 H 50 10 H 60 70 14 H 90 110 Characteristic resistance Anchor size Type hnom Non-cracked concrete Tensile NRk Shear VRk Cracked concrete Tensile NRk Shear VRk 6 HUS[mm] A.7 15.9 10.1 17.6 36.0 [kN] [kN] 2.5 25.6 51.0 11.0 15.1 3. H. H.9 12.0 11.6 5. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.0 - 6.8 8.0 15.7 25.0 16.0 23.0 23.6 6.6 6.3 1. I 55 P 55 [kN] [kN] 12.3 7.6 6.9 15.2 42 51.6 6.4 34.6 3.7 12.6 7. I 55 P 55 [kN] [kN] 5.3 10.8 15.8 16.0 15.2 ETA-08/0307 8 H 60 75 Hilti 10 H 70 85 8 H 50 10 H 60 70 14 H 90 110 16.6 6.4 6.5 15.3 - 70 85 8 H 50 10 H 60 70 14 H 90 110 Recommended loads Anchor size Type hnom Non-cracked concrete Tensile Nrec Shear Vrec Cracked concrete Tensile Nrec Shear Vrec 6 HUS[mm] A.0 15.3 5.3 6.7 16.7 21.m Shear VRu.2 8.5 7.5 12.6 4.4 2.8 - a) With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.9 4.8 11.0 16.8 11.1 21.9 9.7 16.0 16.0 53.8 56.0 ETA-08/0307 8 H 60 75 Hilti 10 H 4.3 7.4 17.7 10.1 23.2 16.1 53. I 55 P 55 [kN] [kN] 9.5 7.2 10.0 12.4.6 3.1 - 19.3 ETA-08/0307 8 10 H H 60 75 70 85 Hilti 8 H 50 10 H 60 70 14 H 90 6.4 15.6 8.HUS Screw anchor carbon steel Mean ultimate resistance Anchor size Type hnom Non-cracked concrete Tensile NRu.0 25.3 8.6 4.4 7.1 5.3 39. 10 / 2012 195 .8 20.6 27.0 34.3 25.8 8.7 10.2 6.4 21.9 12.4 2.3 [kN] [kN] 3.4 11.9 2.

HUS Screw anchor carbon steel Basic loading data for concrete < 28 days old and fck.cube ≥ 15 N/mm² Installation: • For hand installation Tinst.h and cmin.5 7.v is stated in drawing below • Minimum anchor spacing in one brick/block is smin = 80 mm 196 10 / 2012 . if there is neither a turn-through or spinning of the screw in the drill hole nor that an easy turning of the screw is possible after the installation procedure when the head of the screw has touched the fixture.free ≥ 200 mm • Distance to free edge free edge to solid masonry (autoclaved aerated gas concrete) units cmin. f ck.0 16.6 14. if there is neither a turn-through or spinning of the screw in the drill hole nor that an easy turning of the screw is possible after the installation procedure when the head of the screw has touched the fixture Edge distance and spacing influences: • Distance to free edge free edge to solid masonry (Mz and KS) units cmin.5 [kN] 6.cube ≥ 15 N/mm²: All data in this section applies to the following conditions: Concrete: • Strength class C 20/25. Loads: • No edge distance and spacing influence • Minimum base material thickness Recommended loads in non-cracked concrete Hilti Anchor size 14 14 14 Type HUS- H H H hnom [mm] 70 90 110 [kN] 3.5 5.5 Non-cracked concrete Tensile Nrec Shear Vrec a) a) a) Values serve as a reference.rec = 40 Nm The anchor is correct mounted.free ≥ 170 mm • The minimum distance to horizontal and vertical mortar joint cmin. onsite testing is recommended to determine actual loading potential of the anchors Basic loading data for single anchor in solid masonry units: All data in this section applies to the following conditions: Solid bricks: a reduction of the cross section area by a vertical perforation perpendicular to the bed joint area must not be greater than 15% Drilling: • Holes in Mz and KS drilled with TE rotary hammers drilled with hammering mode • Holes in PPW drilled with TE rotary hammers drilled without hammering mode Installation: • The anchor is correct mounted.

P H H hnom [mm] 55 60 70 a) Frec [kN] Tensile and Shear Compressive [N/mm²] strength class ≥8 0.HUS Screw anchor carbon steel Recommended loads Hilti Anchor size Base material 6 8 10 Type HUS- A.7 0.5 1. The HUS-H anchor was installed and tested in the centre area of solid bricks as shown considering minimal edge and space distances.5 ≥ 20 1.3 ≥ 16 0. I.65 DIN 4165/ EN 771-4 LxWxH [mm]: 499x240x249 hmin [mm]: 240 a) Characteristic resistance for tension. 100% anchor testing is recommended. KS 12 2.9 1. H.0 1.0-2DF DIN V 105-100 / EN 771-1 LxWxH [mm]: 240x115x113 hmin [mm]: 115 Aerated concrete PPW -0. The load Values are valid for non-structural applications.2 ≥ 12 1. shear or combined tension and shear loading.3 1.2 ≥ 12 0.2 1. 10 / 2012 197 .0 1.9 1.0 1.0-2DF and PPW 6-0.7 ≥6 0.8 1. For brick walls where anchor position in brick can not be determined.8 1. Due to the natural variation of stone solid bricks. on site anchor testing is recommended to validate technical data.5 1.1 1. The HUS-H anchor was not tested in the mortar joint between solid bricks or in hollow bricks. Load values: • • • • • • The technical data for the HUS-H anchors are reference loads for MZ 12 2.9 1.65.2 1.3 Solid clay brick Mz 2.7 Solid sand-lime brick ≥8 0.6 0.2 1.0-2DF.0 ≥ 10 0.3 ≥ 16 1.8 1. however a load reduction is expected. The characteristic resistance is valid for single anchor or for a group of two or four anchors with a spacing equal or larger than the minimum spacing smin according to specification.5 ≥ 20 0.4 0.1 1.0-2DF DIN V 106-100 / EN 771-2 LxWxH [mm]: 240x115x113 hmin [mm]: 115 ≥ 10 0.3 1.1 KS 2.9 1.

9 8.7 300 1.2 500 2.4 2.5 3. is given in the following tables: Clay bricks: All other brick types: brick breadth bbrick [mm] Nmax.2 2.pb brick length lbrick [mm] brick breadth bbrick [mm] Nmax.1 3.s [Nm] 21.0 1.9 26.pb (pull out of one brick).4 143. graveling.1 6.4 5.9 39.3 5.1 1.7 6.pb 80 120 200 240 300 360 240 1. Pull out of one brick: The allowable load of an anchor or a group of anchors in case of single brick pull out.3 4.1 2. I.9 300 1. The decisive resistance to tension loads is the lower value of Nrec (brick breakout. H.pb [kN].6 10.pb bbrick Materials Mechanical properties Anchor size Type HUS- 6 A.1 6.1 3.6 34. lining or leveling courses are regarded as non-bearing and may not be taken into account for the calculation of embedment depth. Nmax.1 4.pb = resistance for pull out of one brick lbrick = length of the brick bbrick = breadth of the brick lbrick Nmax.4 7.7 3.6 3.3 [kN] 80 120 200 240 300 360 240 0.HUS Screw anchor carbon steel Limitations of loads: • • • All data is for redundant fastening for non structural applications Plaster.3 3. pull out) and Nmax.8 1.7 [kN] brick length lbrick [mm] Nmax.6 2.5 118 198 10 / 2012 .1 Moment of resistance W [mm³] 19.2 191.9 4.7 2.4 4.6 4.7 Design bending resistance MRd.1 46.1 3.5 2. P 8 H 10 H 14 H Nominal tensile strength f uk [N/mm²] 930 950 1000 770 Yield strength fyk [N/mm²] 750 855 900 700 Stressed cross-section As [mm²] 26.1 5.4 58.0 55.6 500 1.

8 mm for hnom = 55 mm HUS-P 6 Pan head dk ds HUS-H 8 HUS-H 10 HUS-H 14 Hex head ls 10 / 2012 199 .HUS Screw anchor carbon steel Material quality Part Designation HUS-A 6 HUS-H 6 HUS-I 6 HUS-P 6 HUS-H 8 HUS-H 10 HUS-H 14 Screw anchor Material Carbon Steel. galvanized (≥ 5 µm) Head configuration HUS-A 6 External thread M8 or M10 Circle mark with d = 2.5 mm for hnom = 55 mm HUS-H 6 Hex head M8 M10 HUS-I 6 Internal threads M8 and M10 Two circle marks with d = 0.

TE 7 60 70 85 70 90 110 TE 2 .45 10.3 16.TE 30 drill bit for concrete..120 55 60.cube ≥ 15 N/mm² only hand setting is recommended 200 10 / 2012 ..1 8.hnom 25 35 35 45 45 45 55 65 (40)a) SIW/SID 121.55 Core diameter dk [mm] 5. Tinst [Nm] h1 ≥ [mm] hnom+10 mm h1 ≥ [mm] hnom+3 mm Impact screw driver for machine setting a) b) ls .144 TKI 2500 SIW 22T-A SI 100 SIW 22T-A SI 100 b) For concrete < 28 days old and fck. installation torque for hand setting max.85 7.150 75.85 10. solid clay brick solid sand-lime brick TE -CX 6 TE -CX 8 TE -CX 10 TE -CX 14 drill bit for aerated concrete TE -CX 5 TE -CX 6 TE -CX 8 - S-NSD 13 1/2 L S-NSD 15 1/2 S-NSD 21 1/2 - - - S-NSD 13 1/2 L Socket wrench insert TORX - - TXI 30 SIW/ SID 121 SIW/ SID 144 TKI 2500 Setting tool SIW 22T-A SI 100 Setting details for concrete from C20/25 to C50/60 Anchor size 6 Type HUS- A I H hnom [mm] 55 P 8 10 14 H H H 50 60 70 60 70 85 70 90 110 Nominal diameter of drill bit d0 [mm] 6 8 10 14 Cutting diameter of drill bit dcut ≤ [mm] 6.45 14.4 12.4 8..280 80...160 Nominal length lS [mm] Outer diameter of thread dS [mm] 7.HUS Screw anchor carbon steel Anchor dimensions: Dimensions Anchor size 6 Type 8 10 14 HUS- A H I P H H H 55 60.1 12.cube ≥ 15 N/mm² For concrete < 28 days old and fck.80 65.50 Clearance hole diameter Depth of drill hole in floor/ wall position Depth of drill hole in ceiling position df [mm] 9 12 14 18 hnom +10 mm hnom +10 mm hnom +10 mm Thickness of fixture tfix [mm] Max.6 Setting: Recommended installation equipment Anchor Size 6 Type HUS- hnom [mm] A I H P 55 Rotary hammer 50 8 10 14 H H H 60 70 TE 2 .

Tinst Solid sand-lime brick (KS) max. Tinst a) Only hand setting is recommended Setting instruction For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product.hnom 14 [Nm] [Nm] [Nm] 8 12 5 8 16 5 8 16 8 ≥ A 8 Max. installation torque for hand setting a) Solid clay brick (MZ) max. Tinst Aerated concrete (PPW) max.HUS Screw anchor carbon steel Setting details for masonry Anchor size 6 I H P 10 H H Type HUS- hnom [mm] 55 60 70 Nominal diameter of drill bit diameter for solid clay (Mz) d0 and sand-lime brick (KS) [mm] 6 8 10 Nominal diameter of drill bit Aerated concrete (PPW) d0 [mm] 5 6 8 Clearance hole diameter Depth of drill hole Thickness of fixture df h1 tfix [mm] [mm] [mm] 9 12 hnom+10 mm ls . 10 / 2012 201 .

N [mm] Critical spacing for splitting failure scr. (The method may also be applied for anchor groups with more than two anchors or more than one edge.sp [mm] 69 90 3 hef 1.HUS Screw anchor carbon steel Base material thickness.5 hef For spacing and/ or edge distance smaller than critical spacing and/ or critical edge distance the design loads have to be reduced. To avoid this. it is recommended to use the anchor design software PROFIS anchor) The design method is based on the following simplification: No different loads are acting on individual anchors (no eccentricity) The values are valid for one anchor. For cracked concrete only the critical spacing and critical edge distance for concrete cone failure are decisive. Critical spacing and critical edge distance for splitting failure apply only for non-cracked concrete. I. Annex C. anchor spacing and edge distance for concrete from C20/25 to C50/60 Anchor size 6 8 10 14 H H H Type HUS- A.sp [mm] Critical edge distance for concrete cone failure ccr. P hnom [mm] 55 50 60 100 110 120 110 130 130 130 170 210 75 60 70 85 70 90 110 Minimum base material thickness hmin [mm] 100 non-cracked Minimum spacing concrete Minimum edge distance smin [mm] 35 55 65 80 cmin [mm] 35 55 65 60 Minimum spacing smin [mm] 35 55 40 40 65 50 50 - 80 - Minimum edge distance cmin [mm] 35 55 50 50 65 50 50 - 60 - hef [mm] 42 36 47 60 44 54 67 50 cracked concrete Effective anchorage depth Critical spacing for concrete cone failure scr. The influencing factors must then be considered for each edge distance and spacing. H. Influence of concrete strength Influence of edge distance Influence of spacing Valid for a group of two anchors. 202 10 / 2012 . Annex C. The calculated design loads are then on the save side: They will be lower than the exact values according ETAG 001. Simplified design method Simplified version of the design method according ETAG 001.N [mm] Critical edge distance for splitting failure ccr. Design resistance according data given in ETA-08/0307 issue 2011-01-21. For more complex fastening applications please use the anchor design software PROFIS Anchor.

3 5.6 9.7 6.p Cracked concrete Tensile N0Rd.6 67.0 11.8 - 13.9 18.7 8.2 - Hilti: Additional Hilti technical data 203 .5 - Hilti: Additional Hilti technical data Design concrete cone resistance NRd.N Concrete splitting resistance (only non-cracked concrete): For HUS-A.sp ⋅ f2.p ETA: Data according ETA-08/0307 issue 2011-01-21 14.Concrete pull-out resistance: NRd.7 [kN] 3.2 Cracked concrete 0 Tensile N Rd.4 6.s Hilti HUS-A.sp ⋅ f2.HUS Screw anchor carbon steel Tension loading The design tensile resistance is the lower value of .p = N0Rd.sp ⋅ f3.N ETA-08/0307 Anchor size 6 8 8 10 Hilti 10 55 60 75 70 85 hnom Non-cracked concrete 0 Tensile N Rd.6 hnom 14 H H 70 90 110 Non-cracked concrete 0 Tensile N Rd.9 6.sp ⋅ f3.2 7. I.c [kN] 7. I P 55 55 60 75 70 85 50 60 [kN] 5 4.5 4.sp ⋅ fre.7 4.sp = N0Rd.5 39.N ⋅ f2.sp ⋅ fre.N Basic design tensile resistance Design steel resistance NRd.9 9.sp ⋅ fre.sp ⋅ fre.c =N ⋅ fB ⋅ f1. P NRd.4 28.N b) NRd. H.N a) Design splitting resistance NRd.Steel resistance: NRd.sp ⋅ f3.p ⋅ fB ETA-08/0307 Anchor size Type 6 HUS- Hilti 8 10 H H 8 10 A.3 3. I.sp ⋅ f3.3 5.1 13.N ⋅ f3.c = N 0 Rd.sp = N0Rd.3 7.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.2 11. H.2 6.p ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.sp ⋅ f h.p ⋅ fB . P 6 ETA: Data according ETA-08/0307 issue 2011-01-21 10 / 2012 8 10 14 14 14 50 60 70 90 110 6.sp ⋅ f h.p = N0Rd.c [kN] 5.N - For all the other HUS NRd. I.sp ⋅ f h.N ⋅ fre.c = N0Rd.sp ⋅ f2.0 4.sp = N0Rd.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1. P HUS-H 8 HUS-H 10 HUS-H 14 16.p ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.7 22.sp ⋅ f h.Concrete cone resistance: NRd.s .7 9. H.s ETA-08/0307 Anchor size NRd.sp 0 Rd.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.0 8. H.3 3.7 28.N ⋅ f3.0 - 9.2 3.0 13.sp ⋅ f2.6 2.4 a) Splitting resistance must only be considered for non-cracked concrete b) Equation valid for HUS-A.N ⋅ f2.7 26.4 9.5 [kN] ETA: Data according ETA-08/0307 issue 2011-01-21 Hilti: Additional Hilti technical data Design pull-out resistance NRd.N ⋅ fre.

7 0.4 0.1 0.34 1.3 0.76 0.4 0.sp = [h/(2⋅hef)] 2/3 2.94 0. P 8 H hnom [mm] 55 50 hef [mm] 42 36 60 10 H 75 46.72 0.70 0.80 0.8 0.2 0.8 70 90 110 50 67 90 a) f re.65 0.9 1 0.1 s/scr.75 0.90 0.2 0.6 60 44 70 14 H 85 52.68 1 1.sp ≤ 1 f 2.42 1.4 3.cube/25N/mm²)0.N ≤ 1 f 1.sp = 0.6 ≥ 3..0 2.7 66.10 1.85 0.95 a) This factor applies only for dense reinforcement.48 1.95 1 f 2.N = 0.08 1.6 2.sp) ≤ 1 a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin given in the table with the setting details.8 0.83 0.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.sp = 0.5⋅(1 + s/scr.9 1 0.110 f B = (f ck.85 0.3⋅c/ccr.sp = 0.N = 0.4 a) 10 60.17 1.5 0.97 1 0.7 + 0.cube/25N/mm²) 1 1.31 1.8 3.N = 1 may be applied. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length 0.37 1..82 0.42 Influence of edge distance a) c/ccr.70 0. These influencing factors must be considered for every edge distance.5 Influence of reinforcement Anchor size Type HUS- 6 A.70 1 1.cube = concrete compressive strength..2 2. Influence of anchor spacing a) s/scr.N 0.N) ≤ 1 0.76 0.7 0.HUS Screw anchor carbon steel Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) HUS hnom C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 C 45/55 C 50/60 6 55 8 50..88 0.60 0.N) ≤ 1 0.55 1.N = 0.3 0.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.7 0.25 1.65 0.84 0.07 1.68 0.5⋅(1 + s/scr. H.4 2..27 1. Influence of base material thickness h/hef f h.75 f B = (f ck.N c/ccr.sp f 1.6 0.N = 0.3⋅c/ccr.sp f 3.32 a) fck.41 10 85 14 70.95 1 f 3.73 0.9 59.55 0.19 1. I.91 0.5 a) 1.71 0.85 0.22 1. If in the area of anchorage there is reinforcement with a spacing ≥ 150 mm (any diameter) or with a diameter ≤ 10 mm and a spacing ≥ 100 mm.6 0.55 0.73 0.0 3.90 0.2 3.75 0..8 0.7 + 0. This influencing factor must be considered for every anchor spacing. 204 10 / 2012 .13 1.79 0.60 0.sp) ≤ 1 a) The anchor spacing shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin given in the table with the setting details.5 + hef/200mm ≤ 1 0.37 1.48 1. then a factor f re.5 0.80 0.

N ETA-08/0307 Hilti Anchor size 6 8 8 10 10 8 10 14 14 14 hnom Non-cracked concrete V0Rd.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f4 ETA-08/0307 Hilti Anchor size 6 8 8 10 10 8 10 14 14 14 hnom Non-cracked concrete 0 V Rd.cp Design concrete edge resistance VRd.cp ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.N ⋅ fre.N ⋅ f3.6 23.3 19.Steel resistance: - Concrete pryout resistance: .N ⋅ f2.1 [kN] Design concrete pryout resistance VRd.Concrete edge resistance: VRd.8 36.N 0 Rd.9 - 4.8 15.HUS Screw anchor carbon steel Shear loading The design shear resistance is the lower value of .2 1.6 5.6 15.s ETA-08/0307 Anchor size VRd.4 [kN] 9.cp ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.7 [kN] 1.0 26.9 14.c = V ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 Basic design shear resistance Design steel resistance VRd.7 21.7 2.1 2.9 9. I.1 3.s Hilti HUS-A.cp = V0Rd.c = V0Rd.5 19.0 2.7 31.4 14.6 3.N ⋅ f3.9 57.c 55 60 75 70 85 50 60 70 90 110 [kN] 2.s VRd.cp Cracked concrete 55 60 75 70 85 50 60 70 90 110 [kN] 13.cp = V0Rd.c VRd.6 3.N ⋅ fre.7 5.N ⋅ f2.7 4.8 1. P 6 HUS-H 8 HUS-H 10 HUS-H 14 8.7 36.5 22.9 3.5 1.3 1.c Cracked concrete 0 V Rd.0 - 26. H.9 34.2 26.3 10.3 - V0Rd.2 - 10 / 2012 205 .3 10.

65 0.N = 0.85 0. P 55 hnom 50 hef [mm] 42 36 8 H 60 75 46.N 0.80 0.3 0.N = 0.23 1.95 f re.00 10 / 2012 ..85 0.90 0.7 66.60 0.N ≤ 1 0.5⋅(1 + s/scr.4 0.5 0.15 0.N) ≤ 1 a) The anchor spacing shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin given in the table with the setting details.83 0.75 0.6 0. I.79 0.94 0.2 0.71 2.65 0.N = 1 may be applied.8 0.85 0.14 1.97 1 0.5 a) 1.5 0.88 0. Influence of angle between load applied and the direction perpendicular to the free edge Angle ß fß 0° .75 f B = (f ck.5 ⋅ c)} 2/3 ≤1 0.N = 0.82 0.71 0.79 0.41 10 85 14 70.73 0.08 1.50 1.cube/25N/mm²)0.35 1.7 0.9 59.9 1 0.5 + hef/200mm ≤ 1 a) This factor applies only for dense reinforcement. H.6 0. These influencing factors must be considered for every edge distance.86 0. If in the area of anchorage there is reinforcement with a spacing ≥ 150 mm (any diameter) or with a diameter ≤ 10 mm and a spacing ≥ 100 mm.95 1 f 2.22 0..60 0.5 0.73 0.72 0.75 0.3 0.N) ≤ 1 a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin given in the table with the setting details.1 s/scr.3 0.32 a) fck.9 1 0.55 0.10 1.7 + 0.54 0.8 70 14 H 90 110 50 67 90 a) 0. then a factor f re.76 0.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.35 ≥ 1.42 Influence of edge distance a) c/ccr.. This influence factor must be considered for every anchor spacing.37 1.7 0.63 0.75 0.2 0.95 1 f 3.45 0.45 0.cube/25N/mm²) 1 1.93 1.55° 60° 65° 70° 75° 80° 85° 90° .07 1.cube = concrete compressive strength.8 0.70 0.90 0.110 f B = (f ck.91 0..9 1.4 a) 10 60.05 1.N = 0.8 0.70 0.7 0.84 0. Influence of reinforcement Anchor size Type HUS[mm] 6 A.17 1.80 0.27 1.70 1 1.4 0.71 0..68 0.1 0.2 1.HUS Screw anchor carbon steel Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) HUS hnom C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 C 45/55 C 50/60 6 55 8 50.180° 1.22 1.76 0.N f 1.48 1..3⋅c/ccr. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length 0.55 1.34 1.6 60 44 10 H 70 85 52.34 0.55 0.6 0.00 Influence of base material thickness h/c fh = 206 {h/(1. Influence of anchor spacing a) 0.00 1.

4.60 4.59 1.29 6.92 8.20 3.44 2.55 6.39 8.98 3.38 3.83 2.99 5.31 8.56 3.43 5.74 7.00 1.51 3.65 0.18 5.04 5.25 5.95 3.40 1.83 1.10 6.00 5.38 1.20 5. c/hef Group of two anchors s/hef 3.50 5.67 9.35 0.04 7.40 1.25 5.94 2.40 1.20 5.55 5.77 2.75 6.54 0.16 7.35 0.32 2.65 0.50 9.47 7.09 9.82 1.35 0.41 5.99 7.00 1.65 0.08 6.25 3.00 1.96 5.81 6.02 10.73 3.57 4.89 7.75 7.78 7.25 7.44 6.18 5.79 9.75 10.95 3.35 0.75 4.91 5.40 0. Precalculated values Design resistance calculated according ETAG 001.63 6.11 4.27 0.56 4.02 7.35 0.50 8.00 2.76 3.83 2.75 7.65 0.00 1.90 3.76 4.40 1.78 7.51 4.63 0.45 8.84 1.38 3.40 1.75 4.30 6.53 1.35 0.32 2.32 2.52 3.95 3.50 9.07 1.16 7.94 4.00 1.50 7.00 1.88 9.83 2.00 6.84 1.95 8.21 4.99 9.44 4.70 6.00 11.25 6.61 3.88 2.12 4.00 1.37 2.00 1.33 5.84 1.5 ⋅ (1 + s / [3 ⋅ c]) ⋅ 0.50 11.75 0.38 3.25 4.40 1.86 5.15 4.55 3.15 3.50 2.25 6.55 7.90 6.00 0.22 8.17 8.65 1.32 1.16 3.11 8.65 0.65 0.59 8.17 9.06 2.65 0.36 6.31 7.65 2.69 2.45 9.83 2.87 6.00 4.31 6.56 2.98 1.56 4.95 3.54 6.88 1.35 0.55 10.81 3.75 2.HUS Screw anchor carbon steel Influence of anchor spacing and edge distance a) for concrete edge resistance: f4 f4 = (c/hef)1.38 3.22 1.81 7.27 7.35 0.08 7.45 7.83 4.75 7.15 4.21 8.75 1.97 10.75 6.50 12.85 6.19 3.57 2.74 10.84 1.65 0.83 2.35 0.46 3.32 2.27 6.00 8.63 5.90 8.32 2.94 9. Recommended loads can be calculated by dividing the design resistance by an overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.95 3.85 distance shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin and the Combined tension and shear loading For combined tension and shear loading see section “Anchor Design”.36 7.74 3.40 1.83 8.86 3.33 4.00 6.08 5.30 2.83 2.49 2.40 1.59 6.50 8.67 5.56 3.25 12.25 0.73 8.32 2.64 4.84 1.65 0.14 5.38 1.25 8.15 2.26 10.95 3.84 1.38 2.62 7.75 5.35 0.35 4.38 3.50 1.81 3.17 2.40 1.32 3.84 1.28 4.73 7.5 Single anchor 0.87 5.72 8.96 3.56 4.50 6.06 4. Annex C and data given in ETA-08/0307 issue 2011-01-21.18 6.32 2.63 2.15 6.84 1.35 5.35 0.68 4.96 7.49 1.26 5.22 9.00 9.43 0.50 6.03 6.02 8.25 1.75 0.25 3.65 0.95 2.65 1.47 2.50 0.71 6.25 9.22 7.86 4.57 5.00 5.40 1.73 4.50 4.38 9.90 4.00 1.36 3.00 1.63 7.41 5.00 1.84 5.35 0.83 2.00 3.90 5.68 1.69 7. 10 / 2012 207 .32 2.25 2.98 5.38 3.87 4.84 1.25 0. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.65 2.03 3.40 1. All data applies to concrete C 20/25 – fck.20 5.55 4.98 2.32 1.25 5.61 5.35 0.77 1.00 3.65 0.75 10.00 1.26 1.75 4.84 1.26 3.05 6.30 5.12 2.00 7.36 4.66 8.26 6.38 5.99 8.72 5.42 7.45 5.35 0.56 4.50 5.54 6.cube =25 N/mm².65 0.35 0.84 1.49 8.00 1.83 2.11 3.50 3.93 6.83 6.76 4.55 4.33 a) The anchor spacing and the edge minimum edge distance cmin.84 0.20 2.68 3.32 2.86 5.38 3.12 1.

9 15.3 6.7 9.3 3.9 10.9 15.9 23.6 2.6 6.HUS Screw anchor carbon steel Design resistance Single anchor.3 3.6 - 9.6 15.7 - hnom Tensile NRd [kN] Non cracked concrete [kN] Cracked concrete [kN] Shear VRd.3 5.1 34.8 - 7.7 8.1 4.7 6.4 6.6 15.5 9.6 15.6 5.7 6.1 8.5 3.6 10.4 9.5 - hnom Tensile NRd [kN] Non cracked concrete HUS-H Cracked concrete HUS-H Shear VRd.3 10.9 3.8 7.3 - Cracked concrete HUS-H Single anchor. min.9 - 26.9 6.7 - 4.3 5.2 7.3 5.0 4.7 7.4 24.3 9.2 3.9 6.4 Edge distance cmin [mm] 35 50 50 50 50 55 65 - 60 - HUS-H 3.5 4.5 4.7 5. without lever arm [kN] Non cracked concrete Edge distance cmin [mm] 35 55 55 65 65 55 65 60 60 60 HUS-H 2.7 9.9 10.2 6. without lever arm [kN] Non cracked concrete HUS-H [kN] 8.0 6.3 10.1 8.2 3.1 [kN] 8.8 - [kN] Cracked concrete 208 [kN] 10 / 2012 .1 7.8 34.6 10.1 5.4 10.7 6.0 4.2 Edge distance cmin [mm] 35 50 50 50 50 55 65 - 60 - HUS-H 1.8 14.9 15. no edge effects ETA-08/0307 Anchor size Hilti 6 8 8 10 10 8 10 14 14 14 [mm] 55 60 75 70 85 50 60 70 90 110 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 100 110 120 130 130 100 110 130 170 210 [kN] 4. edge distance (c = cmin) ETA-08/0307 Anchor size Hilti 6 8 8 10 10 8 10 14 14 14 [mm] 55 60 75 70 85 50 60 70 90 110 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 100 110 120 130 130 100 110 130 170 210 Edge distance cmin [mm] 35 55 55 65 65 55 65 60 60 60 HUS-H 5.4 3.6 15.0 [kN] 3.

without lever arm [kN] Non cracked concrete Spacing smin HUS-H [mm] 35 55 55 65 65 55 65 80 80 80 [kN] 8.9 3.6 10.9 6.3 9.6 10.4 - Cracked concrete Spacing smin HUS-H 10 / 2012 209 . min.7 18.3 25.6 6.3 8. no edge effects.HUS Screw anchor carbon steel Double anchor.5 15.6 12.5 - 18.3 10.7 4.8 8.5 [mm] 35 40 40 50 50 55 65 - 80 - [kN] 3. (load values are valid for one anchor) ETA-08/0307 Anchor size Hilti 6 8 8 10 10 8 10 14 14 14 [mm] 55 60 75 70 85 50 60 70 90 110 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 100 110 120 130 130 100 110 130 170 210 [mm] 35 55 55 65 65 55 65 80 80 80 [kN] 4.8 34.4 - 7.1 5.7 - hnom Tensile NRd [kN] Non cracked concrete Spacing smin HUS-H Cracked concrete Spacing smin HUS-H Shear VRd.7 5.8 10.9 10.6 15.2 5.6 14.5 4.3 4.9 15.5 7.1 7.8 15.9 10.1 [mm] 35 40 40 50 50 55 65 - 80 - [kN] 6. spacing (s = smin).9 7.

/ date of issue ETA-10/0005 / 2011-08-23 ETA-10/0005 / 2011-08-23 a) Data for HUS-HR 6 with nominal embedment depth = 30 mm for multiple use for non-structural applications (= redundant fastening) are not part of ETA-10/0005 issue 2011-08-23 Basic loading data All data in this section applies to .No edge distance and spacing influence . fck.Forged-on washer and hexagon head with no protruding thread HUS-H 6 Carbon steel Concrete Screw with hex head HUS-I 6 Carbon steel Concrete Screw with hex head HUS-P 6 Carbon steel Concrete Screw with pan head HUS-HR 6 Stainless steel Concrete Screw Concrete Tensile zone Small edge distance and spacing Redundant fastening Fire resistance Corrosion Resistance European Technical Approval CE conformity Approvals / certificates Description European technical approval Fire test report a) Authority / Laboratory DIBt.Low expansion forces in base materials . Berlin DIBt.Concrete C 20/25.Correct setting (See setting instruction) .Quick and easy setting .cube = 25 N/mm² The following technical data are based on: ETA: Data according ETA-05/0005 issue 2011-08-23 210 For details see Simplified design method Hilti: Additional Hilti technical data 10 / 2012 . Berlin No. Redundant fastening Anchor version Benefits HUS-A 6 Carbon steel Concrete Screw with hex head .Through fastening .Removable .HUS 6 Screw anchor Redundant fastening HUS 6 Screw anchor.

0 5.HUS 6 Screw anchor Redundant fastening Characteristic resistance Hilti tech.7 1. issue 2011-08-23 35 ≤ c < 80 mm c ≥ 80 mm hnom [mm] F0Rec [kN] F 30 HUS-A.0 0. -I. -H. Requirements for redundant fastening The definition of redundant fastening according to Member States is given in the ETAG 001 Part six.0 2. -H.g. -I. issue 2011-08-23 HUS-HR 6 Nominal embedment depth All load directions hnom [mm] 35 ≤ c < 80 mm F0Rd [kN] c ≥ 80 mm F0Rd 30 HUS-A. -P 6 35 35 1. -P 6 35 35 1.0 3.4.0 F0Rk [kN] Design resistance Hilti tech. data Anchor version HUS-HR 6 Nominal embedment depth All load directions a) Data according ETA-10/0005.0 1. In Absence of a definition by a Member State the following default values may be taken a) Minimum number of fixing points Minimum number of anchors per fixing point Maximum design load of action a) NSd per fixing point 3 1 2 kN 4 1 3 kN The value for maximum design load of actions per fastening point NSd is valid in general that means all fastening points are considered in the design of the redundant structural system. -I.9 1. -H. Annex 1. suspended ceiling. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations. The value NSd may be increased if the failure of one (= most unfavourable) fixing point is taken into account in the design (serviceability and ultimate limit state) of the structural system e.7 0 Rec [kN] a) With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1. -P 6 35 35 3.4 0.0 2. data Anchor version Data according ETA-10/0005. 10 / 2012 211 . data Anchor version Data according ETA-10/0005.4 2. issue 2011-08-23 HUS-HR 6 Nominal embedment depth 35 ≤ c < 80 mm All load directions c ≥ 80 mm hnom [mm] 0 Rk [kN] F 30 HUS-A.0 [kN] Recommended loads Hilti tech.3 2.4 1.

4 5. -H. -I.7 Design bending resistance MRd.85 Core diameter dk [mm] 5.85 212 10 / 2012 ..6 7.9 14. -H.9 Moment of resistance W [mm³] 15. Galvanised ≥ 5 µm Material quality Anchor dimensions Dimensions Anchor version HUS-HR 6 HUS-A 6 HUS-H 6 HUS-I 6 HUS-P 6 35 40.120 35 40.. -I. -P 6 Material Stainless steel (grade A4) Steel.80 Nominal length lS [mm] 35 … 70 Outer diameter of thread dS [mm] 7.s [Nm] 12.5 19.HUS 6 Screw anchor Redundant fastening Materials Mechanical properties Anchor version HUS-HR 6 HUS-A.6 Anchor version HUS-HR 6 HUS-A. -P 6 1040 930 Nominal tensile strength f uk [N/mm²] Stressed cross-section As [mm²] 23 26.

8 mm for hnom = 35 mm HUS-P 6 Pan head with HUS-HR 6 Hexagon head SW = 13 mm Setting Recommended installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer drill bit Socket wrench insert Torx Impact screw driver 10 / 2012 HUS-HR 6 S-NSD 13 ½ (L) HUS-A 6 HUS-I 6 HUS-H 6 HUS-P 6 Hilti TE 6 / TE 7 TE-CX 6 S-NSD 13 ½ S-NSD 13 ½ L (L) T30 See setting instruction 213 .HUS 6 Screw anchor Redundant fastening Head configuration HUS-A 6 External thread M8 or M10 Square mark with d = 2 mm edge length for hnom = 35 mm HUS-H 6 Hex head and Torx T30 HUS-I 6 Internal threads M8 and M10 One circle mark with d = 0.

HUS 6 Screw anchor Redundant fastening Setting instruction HUS-HR 6 HUS-P 6. 214 10 / 2012 . HUS-I 6 reduced drilling depth for overhead installation For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product.

fastening thickness tfix [mm] a) [Nm] - 9 6 dcut ≤ [mm] Tinst HUS-P 6 35 Cutting diameter of drill bit Max. installation torque HUS-I 6 6.4 9 - 23 27 60 … 70 ls – hnom - a) 9 - a) 25 35 40 … 120 35 40 … 80 - ls – hnom - ls – hnom 18 Hilti recommends machine setting only 10 / 2012 215 .HUS 6 Screw anchor Redundant fastening Setting details Anchor version Nominal embedment depth HUS-HR 6 hnom ≥ [mm] Nominal diameter of drill bit do 30 HUS-A 6 HUS-H 6 35 [mm] Depth of drill hole h1 ≥ [mm] 40 45 45 Depth of drill hole for overhead installation h1 ≥ [mm] 40 45 38 Diameter of clearance hole in the fixture df ≤ [mm] Effective anchorage depth hef [mm] Nominal length of screw ls [mm] 35 … 70 Max.

Annex C. anchor spacing and edge distance Anchor version HUS-HR 6 HUS-A. (The method may also be applied for anchor groups with more than two anchors or more than one edge. Simplified design method for multiple use for non-structural applications (= redundant fastening) Simplified version of the design method according ETAG 001. The design method is based on the following simplification: No different loads are acting on individual anchors (no eccentricity) The values are valid for one anchor. Influence of concrete strength Influence of edge distance Influence of spacing Valid for a group of two anchors. -P 6 Nominal embedment depth hnom [mm] 30 35 35 Effective anchorage depth hef [mm] 23 27 25 Minimum base material thickness hmin [mm] 80 80 80 Minimum spacing smin [mm] 35 35 35 1) 35 (80)1) Minimum edge distance cmin [mm] Critical spacing scr [mm] 3 hef Critical edge distance see basic loading data ccr [mm] 1. 216 10 / 2012 . Annex C. The influencing factors must then be considered for each edge distance and spacing.HUS 6 Screw anchor Redundant fastening Base material thickness.5 hef 35 35 (80) 1) For spacing (edge distance) smaller than critical spacing (critical edge distance) the design loads have to be reduced (see system design resistance). -I. The calculated design loads are then on the save side: They will be lower than the exact values according ETAG 001. Design resistance according data given in ETA-10/0005 issue 2011-08-23. -H.

75 0.95 1 f3 = 0.22 1.1 0.55 0. The influencing factors must be considered for every edge distance. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.95 1 f2 = 0.65 0.6 0.0 0 Rd [kN] Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 0.55 Influence of edge distance a) c/ccr.5⋅(1 + c/ccr) ≤ 1 a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin given in the table with the setting details.2 0.70 0.5 0.3 0.cube = concrete compressive strength.5 0.9 1 0.73 0.8 0.85 0.5⋅(1 + s/scr) ≤ 1 a) The anchor spacing shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin given in the table with the setting details.7 + 0.5 + hef/200mm ≤ 1 0. Influence of reinforcement hnom [mm] Dense reinforcement 30 35 Standard reinforcement 30 35 a) f re = 0.HUS 6 Screw anchor Redundant fastening Design load – all load directions FRd = F0Rd ⋅ fB ⋅ f1 ⋅ f2 ⋅ f3 ⋅ fre Design resistance Basic design resistance Hilti tech.79 0. data Anchor version HUS-HR 6 Nominal embedment depth Basic design resistance in all load directions Data according ETA-10/0005.41 a) fck.3⋅c/ccr ≤ 1 0.65 0.48 1.3 2.1 0.34 1.70 0.4 0.cube/25N/mm²) 1 1.2 0.62 0.60 0.N = 1 may be applied.91 0.85 0.6 0.9 1 0.97 1 0. This influencing factor must be considered for every anchor spacing. 10 / 2012 217 .90 0.82 0.85 0.80 0.7 0. issue 2011-08-23 35 ≤ c < 80 mm c ≥ 80 mm hnom [mm] F0Rd [kN] F 30 HUS-A.94 0.4 1.75 0.0 1.90 0.3 0.76 0.8 0. Influence of anchor spacing a) s/scr 0.4 0.88 0.1 1.4 2. then a factor fre.80 0. f1 = 0.5 a) fB = (f ck.55 0.63 1 a) If in the area of anchorage there is reinforcement with a spacing ≥ 150 mm (any diameter) or with a diameter ≤ 10 mm and a spacing ≥ 100 mm.60 0.7 0. -I. -H. -P 6 35 35 1.

-H.Low expansion forces in base materials . -I.0 218 10 / 2012 .HUS-A 6 / HUS-H 6 / HUS-I 6 / HUS-P 6 Screw anchor in precast prestressed hollow core slabs HUS-A 6 / HUS-H 6 / HUS-I 6 / HUS-P 6 Screw anchor in precast prestressed hollow core slabs Anchor version Benefits HUS-A 6 Carbon steel Concrete Screw with hex head . / date of issue ETA-10/0005 / 2011-05-12 a) All data given in this section according ETA-10/0005 issue 2011-05-12 Basic loading data All data in this section applies to .Through fastening .Quick and easy setting .2 .Correct setting (See setting instruction) .Removable .0 3. -P 6 Bottom flange thickness db [mm] 25 30 35 All load directions FRk [kN] 1.0 2.No edge distance and spacing influence . Berlin No.Ratio core width / web thickness w/e ≤ 4.Forged-on washer and hexagon head with no protruding thread HUS-H 6 Carbon steel Concrete Screw with hex head HUS-I 6 Carbon steel Concrete Screw with hex head HUS-P 6 Carbon steel Concrete Screw with pan head Prestressed hollow core slabs Redundant fastening European Technical Approval CE conformity Approvals / certificates Description European technical approval a) Authority / Laboratory DIBt.Concrete C 30/37 to C 50/60 Characteristic resistance Anchor version HUS-A.

4 a) With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1. In Absence of a definition by a Member State the following default values may be taken b) Minimum number of fixing points Minimum number of anchors per fixing point Maximum design load of action NSd per fixing point a) 3 1 2 kN 4 1 3 kN The value for maximum design load of actions per fastening point NSd is valid in general that means all fastening points are considered in the design of the redundant structural system.6 Nominal tensile strength f uk Design bending resistance MRd. -H.s Material quality Anchor version Material 10 / 2012 HUS-A. -P 6 Carbon steel.HUS-A 6 / HUS-H 6 / HUS-I 6 / HUS-P 6 Screw anchor in precast prestressed hollow core slabs Design resistance Anchor version HUS-A.3 2. -P 6 Bottom flange thickness db [mm] 25 30 35 All load directions FRd [kN] 0.9 Moment of resistance W [mm³] 19. -I. -I. -H. -P 6 Bottom flange thickness All load directions db a) Frec [mm] 25 30 35 [kN] 0. -H. -H.5 1. The value NSd may be increased if the failure of one (= most unfavourable) fixing point is taken into account in the design (serviceability and ultimate limit state) of the structural system e. -I.0 1. Requirements for redundant fastening The definition of redundant fastening according to Member States is given in the ETAG 001 Part six.0 Recommended loads Anchor version HUS-A. galvanised to min. suspended ceiling.7 [Nm] 14. 5 µm 219 . Materials Mechanical properties Anchor version HUS-A. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations. -I.7 1. Annex 1.4.g. -P 6 [N/mm²] 930 Stressed cross-section As [mm²] 26.

8 mm for hnom = 35 mm HUS-P 6 Pan head with Setting Anchor size Rotary hammer drill bit Socket wrench insert Torx Impact screw driver 220 HUS-A 6 HUS-I 6 HUS-H 6 Hilti TE 6 / TE 7 TE-CX 6 S-NSD 13 ½ (L) S-NSD 13 ½ L - HUS-P 6 T30 See setting instruction 10 / 2012 .80 [mm] [mm] [mm] 7.120 35 60..85 Head configuration HUS-A 6 External thread M8 or M10 Square mark with d = 2 mm edge length for hnom = 35 mm HUS-H 6 Hex head and Torx T30 HUS-I 6 Internal threads M8 and M10 One circle mark with d = 0.85 5..HUS-A 6 / HUS-H 6 / HUS-I 6 / HUS-P 6 Screw anchor in precast prestressed hollow core slabs Anchor dimensions Anchor version Nominal length Outer diameter of thread Core diameter lS dS dk HUS-A 6 HUS-H 6 HUS-I 6 HUS-P 6 35 40.

-I. -H.HUS-A 6 / HUS-H 6 / HUS-I 6 / HUS-P 6 Screw anchor in precast prestressed hollow core slabs Setting instruction HUS-A. -P 6 for applications in precast prestressed hollow core slabs For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product. 10 / 2012 221 .

4 h1 ≥ [mm] 38 Diameter of clearance hole in the fixture df ≤ [mm] Nominal effective anchorage depth hef [mm] 25 Distance between anchor position and prestressing steel ap ≥ [mm] 50 Nominal length of screw ls [mm] 40 60 80 100 120 35 tfix ≥ [mm] 0 2 5 25 45 - tfix ≤ [mm] 5 25 45 65 85 - Tinst [Nm] Nominal depth of drill hole Thickness of fixture Max. installation torque a) 222 a) 9 - 18 Nominal depth of drill hole may be deeper than bottom flange thickness 10 / 2012 . -I 6 Nominal embedment depth hnom [mm] 35 Bottom flange thickness db ≥ [mm9 25 Nominal diameter of drill bit do [mm] 6 Cutting diameter of drill bit dcut ≤ [mm] 6. -P 6 HUS-A. -H.HUS-A 6 / HUS-H 6 / HUS-I 6 / HUS-P 6 Screw anchor in precast prestressed hollow core slabs Setting details Anchor version HUS-A.

-I. -P 6 Minimum edge distance cmin ≥ [mm] 100 Minimum anchor spacing smin ≥ [mm] 100 Minimum distance between anchor groups amin ≥ [mm] 100 10 / 2012 223 .HUS-A 6 / HUS-H 6 / HUS-I 6 / HUS-P 6 Screw anchor in precast prestressed hollow core slabs Anchor spacing and edge distance Anchor version HUS-A. -H.

• Autoclaved aerated concrete: 224 o PB6 block. bulk density 2.No edge distance and spacing influence . bulk density 1.Through fastening . format ≥ 240/175/113 mm (length/width/height) The core/material ratio in bricks and solid sand lime blocks may not exceed 15% of a bed joint area. format ≥ 240/175/113 mm (length/width/height) o KS 12 solid lime block. • Solid masonry units: 2 2 o Mz 12 solid brick.cube = 25 N/mm² Note: When tightening the screw anchor in soft base materials and in hollow brick.8N/mm . fck.Concrete as specified in the table .6 N/mm2 o PB2 block.Correct setting (See setting instruction) . compressive strength 12N/mm2.2 N/mm2 10 / 2012 . compressive strength 12N/mm . Berlin UB 3574/5146 / 2006-05-20 Z-21. bulk density 0. compressive strength 2 N/mm2. bulk density 0.Concrete C 20/25.0N/mm2.HUS 6 / HUS-S 6 Screw anchor HUS 6 / HUS-S 6 Screw anchor Anchor version HUS 6 HUS-S 6 Small edge distance and spacing Concrete Solid brick Hollow brick Autoclaved aerated concrete Carbon steel Concrete Screw Redundant fastening Benefits . Braunschweig DIBt. / date of issue Fire test report IBMB.1-1710 / 2009-05-20 Assessment report (fire) warringtonfire WF 166402 / 2007-10-26 Basic loading data All data in this section applies to . compressive strength 6 N/mm2.Quick and easy setting .Steel failure .Low expansion forces in base materials .Removable Fire resistance Approvals / certificates Description Authority / Laboratory No. care must be taken not to apply too much torque. If the screw anchor is over-tightened the fastening point is unusable for the HUS 6.

o All data is for redundant fastening for non structural applications. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.2 0. 5 µm 225 .2 d) [kN] 1.5 Shear Vrec 0.8 Design bending resistance [Nm] MRd.4 kN o Data applies only to bricks/blocks.0 1.HUS 6 / HUS-S 6 Screw anchor • Other Limits: o Applied loads to individual bricks/blocks without compression may not exceed 1.2 Moment of resistance W [mm³] 13.2 a) Redundant fastening b) Holes must be drilled using rotary action only (no hammering action) c) No anchor hole drilling required in PB2/PB4 gas aerated concrete d) With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.s 11 Material quality Part Screw anchor 10 / 2012 Material Carbon Steel.2 0.5 0.4 0.1 0.2 1. o Plaster.5 0.3 1.0 0.4 0. if the location of the anchor in relation to the joint (see drawing) can not be specified because of wall plaster or insulation.4.0 kN o Applied loads to individual bricks/blocks with compression may not exceed 1. Hilti recommends at least a 50% load reduction or on site testing.0 1.6 0.3 0.0 0.6 0.2 0.1 0.8/12 Hollow b) Brick Aerated concrete PB2 / c) PB4 PB6 HUS 6 HUS 6 HUS 6 HUS 6 HUS 6 HUS 6 HUS 6 34 44 44 44 64 64 64 [mm] Edge distance c ≥ MZ 20 solid brick b) [mm] 60 30 100 60 30 60 30 60 30 60 30 60 30 [kN] 1. gravelling. Materials Mechanical properties Anchor size HUS 6 / HUS-S 6 Nominal tensile strength f uk [N/mm²] 1000 Yield strength fyk [N/mm²] 900 Stressed cross-section As [mm²] 5.1 0. lining or levelling courses are regarded as non-bearing and may not be taken into account for calculation of embedment depth.1 0.4 0. there is no test data available for loads in mortar joints.2 0. galvanised to min.2 0. Recommended loads concrete C20/25 NonCracked a) cracked Anchor size hnom Tensile Nrec d) KS sand Lime Block b) Hlz 0.

220 HUS-S 6 100.5 HUS 6 Head configuration HUS-S Innenvielzahn Torx TX 30 226 10 / 2012 .5 7.3 d [mm] 7.220 dk [mm] 5.HUS 6 / HUS-S 6 Screw anchor Anchor dimensions Dimensions Anchor version ls [mm] HUS 6 35...

HUS 6 / HUS-S 6 Screw anchor Setting Recommended installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer Drill bit Recommended Setting Tool Accessories HUS 6 HUS-S 6 TE 6 / TE 7 TE-C3X 6/17 SID/SIW 121. TKI 2500 S-B TXI 40 bit S-B TXI 30 bit Setting instruction For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product. Setting details: depth of drill hole h1 and effective anchorage depth hef 10 / 2012 227 . SID/SIW 144.

2 ls .4 6. fastening thickness tfix [mm] 50 54 Max.HUS 6 / HUS-S 6 Screw anchor Setting details C20/25 Concrete MZ 20 Brick/ KS 12 Block Hollow Brick Aerated Concrete PB2/PB4 PB6 Nominal embedment depth hnom [mm] 34 44 64 64 64 Nominal diameter of drill bit do [mm] 6 6 6 - 6 Cutting diameter of drill bit dcut ≤ [mm] 6. Minimum anchor spacing (smin) in one brick/block is ≥ 2*cmin 10 / 2012 .hnom 2 2 2 Permissible anchor location in brick and block walls • • • • • 228 Distance to free edge free edge to solid masonry (Mz and KS) units ≥ 200 mm Distance to free edge free edge to solid masonry (HLz and autoclaved aerated gas concrete) units ≥ 170 mm The minimum distance to horizontal and vertical mortar joint (cmin) is stated in the recommended load table. there is no test data available for loads in mortar joints.4 64 a) - 8. Hilti recommends at least a 50% load reduction or on site testing. Data applies only to bricks/blocks. installation torque Tinst [Nm] 10 4 a) Holes must be drilled using rotary action only (no hammering action) b) No anchor hole drilling required in PB2/PB4 gas aerated concrete b) 6.4 - 6.4 b) 70 Minimum depth of drill hole h1 ≥ [mm] Diameter of clearance hole in the fixture to clamp a fixture df ≤ [mm] Diameter of clearance hole in the fixture for stand-off applications df ≤ [mm] Max. if the location of the anchor in relation to the joint (see drawing) can not be specified because of wall plaster or insulation.5 6.

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Minimum base material thickness .reliable setting thanks to simple visual check .Concrete C 20/25.versatile . fck.cube = 25 N/mm² . stainless steel without lip Concrete Corrosion resistance European Technical Approval CE conformity Benefits . / date of issue ETA-02/0032 / 2010-04-22 Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to For details see Simplified design method .HKD Push-in anchor Single anchor application HKD Push-in anchor.Concrete as specified in the table .Steel failure .for medium-duty fastening with bolts or threaded rods . Berlin a) Anchors with anchorage depth hef = 25mm are not coverd by ETA No. tested and confirmed by everyday jobsite experience .8 (carbon steel) and/or A4-70 (stainless steel) 230 10 / 2012 .screw or rod with steel strength 5.simple and well proven .available in various materials and sizes for maximized coverage of possible applications PROFIS Anchor design software Approvals / certificates Description Authority / Laboratory European technical approval a) DIBt. Single anchor application Anchor version HKD Carbon steel with lip HKD-S(R) Carbon steel.No edge distance and spacing influence .approved.Correct setting (See setting instruction) . stainless steel with lip HKD-E(R) Carbon steel.

1 51.4 18. HKD-ER [kN] 6.6 10.5 - - - 6.9 34.4 10.5 6.4 HKD-S.4 8.6 5.9 12.1 33.4 8.0 8.7 66.3 6. issue 2010-04-22 Hilti technical data Tensile NRd Shear VRd 10 / 2012 231 .6 10.5 45. HKD-ER [kN] 8.0 HKD [kN] 4. HKD-ER [kN] 4.9 5.9 17.2 4.8 16.0 HKD-SR.8 49.5 47.3 28.8 26.9 - - 13.3 21.5 47.9 48.9 7.5 11.5 9. HKD-E [kN] 3.m Characteristic Resistance Hilti technical data M6x30 M8x30 M8x40 M10x30 M20x80 M12x25 M16x65 M10x25 M12x50 M8x25 M10x40 M6x25 Anchor size according ETA-02/0032.1 37.0 4. HKD-E [kN] 3. HKD-ER [kN] 6.2 20.3 41.3 8.2 - 6.6 - - 7.5 27.0 11.1 9.2 - - - 6. HKD-E [kN] 6.m 11.0 18.6 24.9 6.9 HKD-S.5 - - 6.1 21.0 12.1 11.3 34.5 5. HKD-ER [kN] 8.0 10.6 27.2 4.3 - - - 7.5 18.2 4.0 - - - 5.8 26.2 - - - 10.7 32.1 Shear VRu.8 14.8 17.3 6.6 10.3 - 8.3 33.1 HKD-S.1 53.0 5.1 11.6 7.8 HKD-SR.5 8.3 12.2 5.2 4.1 - - 16. HKD-E [kN] 6.6 4.4 36.0 17.3 6.8 17. HKD-E [kN] 8.7 10.2 - 5.3 - 8.1 HKD [kN] 5.0 7.2 - - - 10.9 17.1 HKD-SR.0 13.0 6.8 HKD [kN] 5.4 11.6 4.9 - 9.9 - - - 3.3 6.3 9.6 23.5 6.3 8. HKD-E [kN] 5.3 8.0 4.0 8.0 7.8 26.0 HKD-S.0 8.0 - - - 4.7 24.1 HKD-SR.1 9.9 17.4 - HKD-S.3 - - 12.8 32.4 8.4 36.3 34.8 17.6 24.4 36.6 23.6 24.9 6.6 Anchor size M12x50 according ETA-02/0032.3 - - - 8.3 9.3 17.0 - - - 4.0 Design Resistance M10x25 M12x25 M6x30 M8x30 M8x40 M10x30 M10x40 M20x80 M8x25 M16x65 M6x25 HKD [kN] 4.2 4. HKD-ER [kN] 3.0 14.3 M8x40 M8x25 HKD Anchor size M8x30 M6x25 Hilti technical data Tensile NRu.3 6.2 10.0 23.6 10.4 HKD-SR.9 6.6 9.0 HKD-S.5 5.0 39.4 8.HKD Push-in anchor Single anchor application Mean Ultimate Resistance M20x80 M16x65 M12x50 M6x30 M10x40 M12x25 M10x30 M10x25 [kN] 8.0 7.1 9.1 9.4 - - Tensile NRk Shear VRk 8. issue 2010-04-22 HKD [kN] 6.3 12.3 - - - 8.1 - - - 4.1 HKD-SR.8 16.

6 82.9 26.1 - - - 3.0 3.5 12. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.7 32. issue 2010-04-22 Hilti technical data Tensile Nrec a) Shear Vrec a) a) With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.3 3.1 - - - 3.8 58.6 8.9 - - 4.4.8 Gr. HKS-E.2 3.3 HKD-S.1 24.9 8.2 HKD-SR.2 HKD [kN] 2.0 3.9 - - - 3.7 60.9 5.0 3.9 4.9 4. HKD-ER [kN] 2.6 3.8 - - - 2.1 12.1 7.7 37.9 6.3 54.7 - 163 Moment of resistance W HKD [mm³] 32.2 HKD-S.1 7.1 105 167 HKD-S (R) HKD-E (R) [mm²] 20.6 17. HKD-SR and HKD-ER Anchor size M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 HKD [N/mm²] 570 570 570 570 640 590 HKD-S HKD-E [N/mm²] 560 560 510 510 - 460 HKD-SR HKD-ER [N/mm²] 540 540 540 540 - 540 HKD [N/mm²] 460 460 460 480 510 470 HKD-S HKD-E [N/mm²] 440 440 410 410 - 375 HKD-SR HKD-ER [N/mm²] 355 355 355 355 - 355 HKD [mm²] 20.8 HKD-SR.5 19.0 - 3.8 3.1 12.3 3. Steel [Nm] 7.6 17.s With 5.9 4. HKD-E [kN] 2.5 167 325 HKD-SR HKD-ER with [Nm] A4-70 11 26 52 92 187 454 Nominal tensile strength f uk Yield strength fyk Stressed crosssection As 232 10 / 2012 .9 3.1 8. Materials Mechanical properties of HKD.3 - - 5.4 65. HKD-ER [kN] 2.3 10.0 - 4.9 184 431 850 HKD-S (R) HKD-E (R) [mm³] 50 79 110 264 602 1191 Char.0 3.3 5.6 18.HKD Push-in anchor Single anchor application Recommended load M8x25 M10x25 M12x25 M6x30 M8x30 M8x40 M10x30 M10x40 M12x50 M20x80 M6x25 HKD [kN] 3.7 26.0 3. bending resistance for rod or bolt M0Rk.6 17.1 12.1 28.0 3.3 28. HKD-S.5 19.0 Anchor size M16x65 according ETA-02/0032.3 3.7 6.2 5. HKD-E [kN] 2.8 15.3 3.

1.35 8.95 9.95 11.95 14.75 Plug diameter d2 [mm] 5. 5 µm HKD-SR HKD-ER Stainless steel.1 9. 1.9 9.2 8.5 6.9 8 9. 5 µm HKD-S HKD-E Steel Fe/Zn5 galvanised to min.4404.4401. 1.2 Plug length l1 [mm] 10 7 7 7.4401.1 6.2 15 12 16 12 16 10. 1.8 11.4571 Anchor dimensions M6x25 M8x25 M10x25 M12x25 M6x30 M8x30 M8x40 M10x30 M10x40 M12x50 M16x65 M20x80 Anchor size Anchor version HKD HKD-S (R) HKD-E (R) Effective anchorage depth hef [mm] 25 25 25 25 30 30 40 30 40 50 60 80 Anchor diameter d1 [mm] 7.4404.75 24.35 8.4571 HKD Steel material HKD-S HKD-E Steel material HKD-SR HKD-ER Stainless steel.HKD Push-in anchor Single anchor application Material quality Part Material Anchor Body Tapered expansion plug HKD Steel Fe/Zn5 galvanised to min. 1.3 13.95 11.9 14. 1.4 20 29 30 Anchor body 10 / 2012 233 .7 5 6.8 16.9 19.

torque wrench.HKD Push-in anchor Single anchor application ød 2 ød 2 Expansions plugs l1 l1 Setting Rotary hammer TE 2 – TE 16 Machine setting tool HSD-M Hand Setting tool HSD-G 6x25/30 Other tools 8x25/30 8x40 10x25/30 M20x80 M16x65 M12x50 M12x25 M10x40 M10x30 M10x25 M8x40 M8x30 M8x25 M6x25 Anchor size M6x30 Installation equipment TE 40 – 80 10x40 12x25 12x50 16x65 20x80 hammer. blow out pump Setting instruction For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product. For technical data for anchors in diamond drilled holes please contact the Hilti Technical advisory service. 234 10 / 2012 .

5 20.5 14.HKD Push-in anchor Single anchor application Setting details: depth of drill hole h1 and effective anchorage depth hef Setting details Screwing depth M12x25 M6x30 M8x30 M8x40 M10x30 M10x40 M12x50 M16x65 M20x80 8 10 12 15 8 10 10 12 12 15 20 25 dcut ≤ [mm] 8.5 235 .5 12.5 h1 ≥ [mm] 27 27 27 27 32 33 43 33 43 54 70 85 ls.5 12.5 10.5 15.5 42 [mm] 7 9 12 14 7 9 9 12 12 14 18 22 [mm] 25 25 25 25 30 30 40 30 40 50 65 80 [Nm] 4 8 15 35 4 8 8 15 15 35 60 120 Diameter of clearance df ≤ hole in the fixture Effective anchorage hef depth Max.45 10.max [mm] 12 11.min [mm] 6 8 10 12 6 8 8 10 10 12 16 20 ls.5 12 12 13 18 22 30.5 15.5 8. torque moment Tinst 10 / 2012 [mm] M10x25 do M8x25 Nominal diameter of drill bit Cutting diameter of drill bit Depth of drill hole M6x25 Anchor size 12.45 10.5 25.5 12.5 17.

sp HKD-S (R) failure HKD-E (R) ccr.sp [mm] 200 210 280 350 455 560 [mm] 100 105 140 175 227 280 [mm] 176 210 280 350 455 560 [mm] 88 105 140 175 227 280 Minimum spacing and minimum edge distance HKD-S (R) HKD-E (R) Minimum spacing HKD Minimum edge distance HKD Critical spacing and edge distance for concrete cone failure HKD HKD-S (R) HKD-E (R) For spacing (edge distance) smaller than critical spacing (critical edge distance) the design loads have to be reduced.sp Critical HKD spacing ccr.N [mm] 40 45 60 75 100 120 scr. anchor spacing and edge distances Anchor size Minimum base material thickness M6x25 M8x25 M10x25 M12x25 M6x30 M8x30 M10x30 M8x40 M10x40 M12x50 M16x65 M20x80 100 100 100 100 130 160 60 60 80 125 130 160 88 105 140 175 230 280 hmin [mm] smin [mm] cmin [mm] smin [mm] 80 60 80 125 130 160 for c≥ [mm] 140 105 140 175 230 280 cmin [mm] 100 80 140 175 230 280 for s≥ [mm] 150 120 80 125 130 160 scr. 236 10 / 2012 .sp and edge distance for splitting scr.HKD Push-in anchor Single anchor application Base material thickness.N [mm] 80 90 120 150 200 240 ccr.

s 10 / 2012 HKD [kN] 6.6 23. HKD-ER [kN] 6.c = N ⋅ fB ⋅ f1. For more complex fastening applications please use the anchor design software PROFIS Anchor.N ⋅ f3. HKD-E [kN] 6. Design resistance according data given in ETA-02/0032. issue 2010-04-22 Hilti technical data M6x25 - 0 Rd.4 11. Tension loading The design tensile resistance is the lower value of .sp ⋅ fre. Annex C.sp ⋅ f h.7 HKD-S.3 - 6.7 - - HKD-SR.7 237 .4 23.Concrete pull-out resistance: NRd.5 20.4 45.7 11.0 9.4 35.c - 11.s for HKD / HKD-E/S Steel Strength 5.4 12.N Concrete splitting resistance (only non-cracked concrete): NRd.N Basic design tensile resistance Design steel resistance NRd.HKD Push-in anchor Single anchor application Simplified design method Simplified version of the design method according ETAG 001.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.3 14.N ⋅ fre. issue 2010-04-22 .3 12.Steel resistance: NRd.7 37.4 12.4 13.sp ⋅ f2.p ⋅ fB .6 M20x80 M16x65 M12x50 M10x40 M10x30 M8x40 M6x30 M12x25 M10x25 M8x25 Anchor size M8x30 according ETA-02/0032.9 - - 10. To avoid this.7 24. The influencing factors must then be considered for each edge distance and spacing.1 55.2 - - 11. Annex C.sp ⋅ f3. it is recommended to use the anchor design software PROFIS anchor) The design method is based on the following simplification: No different loads are acting on individual anchors (no eccentricity) The values are valid for one anchor.2 59.0 65.s .8 and for HKDER/SR A4-70 NRd.2 13.N ⋅ f2. The calculated design loads are then on the save side: They will be lower than the exact values according ETAG 001.sp = N0Rd.Concrete cone resistance: NRd.1 - 7. (The method may also be applied for anchor groups with more than two anchors or more than one edge.p = N0Rd. Influence of concrete strength Influence of edge distance Influence of spacing Valid for a group of two anchors.

0 HKD-SR.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.55 0.65 0.6 4.3⋅c/ccr.sp ⋅ f2.2 - 5.5 0.9 17.6 HKD-ER a) Splitting resistance must only be considered for non-cracked concrete M16x65 M8x25 0 Rd.97 1 0.p ⋅ fB Non-cracked concrete Hilti technical data M8x25 M10x25 M12x25 M6x30 M8x30 M8x40 M10x30 M10x40 M12x50 M16x65 M20x80 N0Rd. These influencing factors must be considered for every edge distance.82 0.5 5.6 0.1 9. HKD-ER [kN] - - - - - - - - - - - - Design concrete cone resistance NRd.34 1.94 0.85 0.sp = 0. HKD-E [kN] - - - - - - 5.73 0. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.95 1 f 2.sp ⋅ f3.sp ⋅ fh.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.75 0.5 11.c = N0Rd.5 8.0 - - - 4. HKD-E [kN] 3.sp = N0Rd.sp ⋅ fre.0 - - - - - HKD-S.7 + 0.1 1.6 7.7 + 0.0 HKD-S.2 0.sp f 1.HKD Push-in anchor Single anchor application Design pull-out resistance NRd.sp = 0.0 - - - - - HKD-SR. issue 2010-04-22 M12x50 Hilti technical data Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 1/2 a) fB = (f ck.48 1.80 0.76 0.7 0.60 0.5 8.N ≤ 1 f 1.p M6x25 Anchor size according ETA-02/0032.88 0.91 0.0 4.8 0.N Design splitting resistancea) NRd.6 24.N = 0.1 9.N) ≤ 1 0.9 17.cube = concrete compressive strength.2 4.3 0.sp ≤ 1 f 2.55 Influence of edge distance a) c/ccr.22 1.sp) ≤ 1 a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin given in the table with the setting details.6 7.N c/ccr.cube/25N/mm²) 1 1. Non-cracked concrete M12x25 M6x30 M8x30 M8x40 M10x30 M10x40 M20x80 M10x25 HKD [kN] 4.90 0.9 17.2 4.6 4.N ⋅ f3.N = 0.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.N ⋅ f2.4 0.6 24.85 0.c N M6x25 Anchor size according ETA-02/0032.6 24.2 4.3⋅c/ccr. [kN] 3. issue 2010-04-22 HKD [kN] - - - - - - 6. 238 10 / 2012 .70 0.p = N0Rd.79 0.N ⋅ fre.41 a) fck.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.1 4.0 - - 7.1 0.9 1 0.

48 1.13 1.1 33.68 1 1.8 14.c = V0Rd.4 2.4 11.0 3.0 8.8 HKD-SR. If in the area of anchorage there is reinforcement with a spacing ≥ 150 mm (any diameter) or with a diameter ≤ 10 mm and a spacing ≥ 100 mm.7 0.c VRd.63 0.1 - - - 4.2 7.85 0. Influence of base material thickness h/hef f h.9 f re. HKD-E [kN] 3.Steel resistance: Concrete pryout resistance: .8 and for HKDER/SR A4-70 10 / 2012 M12x25 M6x30 M8x30 M8x40 M10x30 M10x40 M20x80 M10x25 M16x65 M8x25 HKD [kN] 4.9 - - - 3.9 1 0.sp f 3.70 0.2 3.6 0.sp = 0.63 0.90 0.Concrete edge resistance: VRd.5⋅(1 + s/scr.cp = k ⋅ NRd.4 3.s 239 .63 0.80 0.25 1.8 0.N) ≤ 1 0.63 0.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Basic design shear resistance Design steel resistance VRd.5 14.6 27.9 12.65 0.55 0.5 5.31 1.8 3.5 - - 6.65 0.65 0.3 0.19 1.5 M20x80 M16x65 M12x50 M10x40 M10x30 M8x40 M8x30 M6x30 M12x25 M10x25 M6x25 Anchor size M8x25 Influence of reinforcement a) a) a) a) a) a) a) a) a) a) a) a) 0.5⋅(1 + s/scr. issue 2010-04-22 M6x25 Hilti technical data M12x50 - VRd. HKD-ER [kN] 4.3 21.0 2.0 6.5 + hef/200mm ≤ 1 a) This factor applies only for dense reinforcement.sp) ≤ 1 a) The anchor spacing shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin given in the table with the setting details.2 0.75 0.1 s/scr.6 2.83 0.7 0.6 ≥ 3.3 8.sp = [h/(2⋅hef)] 2/3 2.N 0.2 5.s for HKD / HKD-E/S Steel Strength 5.3 17.N = 0.s according ETA-02/0032.N = 1 may be applied.9 5.37 1.5 0.HKD Push-in anchor Single anchor application Influence of anchor spacing a) s/scr.0 39.9 7.75 0.60 0.1 - 6.65 0.5 27.6 HKD-S.7 0.42 1. Shear loading The design shear resistance is the lower value of .4 0.N = 0.95 1 f 3. then a factor f re.6 Anchor size VRd.07 1.9 6.5 5.2 2. This influencing factor must be considered for every anchor spacing.

c: Design concrete cone resistance 11.75 0.2 1.50 0.9 M10x30 M8x40 M12x25 8.3 0.8 27.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc 11.55 0.00 1 (cosαV )2 +  sin αV  2  2.45 0.4 M10x25 5.84 0.22 1.HKD Push-in anchor Single anchor application Design concrete pryout resistance VRd.1 1. issue 2010-04-22 M12x25 M8x25 M6x25 Anchor size M10x25 Hilti technical data 2 NRd.32 2.89 0.64 1.15 0.8 M8x30 [kN] M6x30 V0Rd.4 8.5 ⋅ c)} 1/2 ≤ 1 10 / 2012 .63 0.9 1.48 1.5 0.5 16.05 1.ca) M20x80 M16x65 M16x65 M10x40 M10x30 M8x40 M8x30 M6x30 M12x50 a) 1 M12x50 k according ETA-02/0032.45 0.5  Influence of base material thickness h/c fh = 240 {h/(1.c M8x25 Anchor size M6x25 Design concrete edge resistancea) VRd.2 a) For anchor groups only the anchors close to the edge must be considered Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 fB = (f ck.41 a) fck.3 16.5 M10x40 5.34 1.05 1.1 39.97 2.6 0.71 0.77 0.32 0.35 ≥ 1. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.24 1.cube/25N/mm²)1/2 a) 1 1.01 1.95 1.cp = k ⋅ NRd.c = V0Rd.cube = concrete compressive strength.13 1.55 Influence of angle between load applied and the direction perpendicular to the free edge Angle ß fβ = 0° 10° 20° 30° 40° 50° 60° 70° 80° ≥ 90° 1 1.40 1.5 M20x80 8.4 11.

26 10.32 2.75 7.65 0.35 0.35 0.98 1.4.11 4.86 5.12 1.52 3.17 8.83 2.40 1.31 8.33 a) The anchor spacing and the edge minimum edge distance cmin.89 7.78 7.35 0.00 5.62 7.40 0.25 1.47 7.65 0.36 6.95 3.35 0.32 2.49 2.67 0.36 3.25 3.07 1.95 2.40 1.75 2.99 5.40 1.84 0.32 2.94 9.95 3.41 5.81 6.55 10. 10 / 2012 241 .92 8.00 1.75 7.23 0.17 0.74 7.50 11.87 4.25 6.14 5.63 5.98 2.26 1.08 7.45 7.44 4.00 0.98 3.55 5.79 9.25 2.21 4.50 7.42 7.71 6.30 2.87 5.50 8.84 1.30 6.94 4.10 6.63 7.73 3.54 0. Recommended loads can be calculated by dividing the design resistance by an overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.25 0.57 5.cube =25 N/mm² and steel strength 5.84 1.74 3.96 5.20 3.83 2.90 3.59 6.00 1.72 8.84 1.09 9.35 0.38 3.02 10.57 2.15 4.49 8.65 0.25 8.35 0.95 3.35 0.35 5.34 0.27 6.56 3.95 3.35 Influence of edge distance a) 4 c/d 6 8 0.55 4.98 5.32 1.54 6.43 5.83 2.55 3.77 1.76 4.20 2.38 1.32 2.65 0.08 6.88 2.83 2.71 0.29 6.65 0.86 4.35 4.99 9.63 6. issue 2010-04-22 .19 3.40 1.73 4.81 3.96 7.86 3.63 2.83 2.73 8.83 4.49 1.65 2.19 10 15 fc = (d / c) 0.03 3.00 3.25 6.17 2.32 2.40 1.59 1.02 7.60 4.59 8.40 1. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.32 2.56 4.20 5.93 6.06 2.28 4.00 9.81 7.00 11.67 5.35 0.78 7.69 7.50 5.61 5.22 7.39 8.64 4.50 8.82 1.04 5.81 3.84 1.00 1.54 6.84 1.40 1.31 7.84 1.84 1.17 9.00 1.15 2.99 7.37 2.70 6.23 0.57 4.25 5.67 9.65 0.32 1.65 0.40 1.00 1.94 2.00 4.84 5.25 5.40 1.63 0.41 5.87 6.38 3.33 4.25 12.83 1.00 1.30 5.35 0.22 1.55 6.45 9.68 3.88 9.84 1.68 M20x80 M16x65 M12x50 M10x40 M10x30 M8x40 M8x30 M6x30 M12x25 M8x25 M6x25 Anchor size M10x25 Influence of embedment depth 0.15 6.00 6.56 4.25 3.5 ⋅ (1 + s / [3 ⋅ c]) ⋅ 0.00 1.74 10.65 0.05 6.20 5.38 9.83 6.25 9.38 5.65 0.44 2.43 0.12 0.36 7.65 1.22 8.05 ⋅ (hef / d) 1.50 9.75 4.HKD Push-in anchor Single anchor application Influence of anchor spacing and edge distance a) for concrete edge resistance: f4 f4 = (c/hef)1.88 1.75 0.15 4. 20 30 40 0.03 6.50 6.65 0.38 3.8 and/or A4-70.25 5.11 3.51 3.44 6.20 5.00 6.32 0.75 6.00 1. c/hef Group of two anchors s/hef 3.56 3.50 6.50 9.00 8.08 5.38 2.31 6.83 2.00 3.46 0.96 3.90 6.72 5.12 2.53 1.99 8.51 0.97 10.56 4.38 3.00 1.76 4.52 0.35 0.5 Single anchor 0.61 3.75 0.75 6.75 7.95 3.50 4.77 2.50 5.60 a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin.00 1.86 5.12 4.65 0.73 7.50 1.83 2.15 3.75 5.56 4.38 1.57 0.45 5.75 4.90 8.27 0.38 3. Annex C and data given in ETA-02/0032.69 2.90 5.84 1.26 5.11 8.84 1.16 7.51 4.35 0.33 5.75 10.36 0.35 0.32 2.45 8.55 4.00 1.75 10.25 4.84 1.90 4.26 6.50 0.38 0.66 8.26 3.16 7.35 0.46 3.32 2.83 2.18 6.50 3.55 7.18 5.77 0.38 3.35 0.25 0.68 1.00 5.00 1.04 7.75 4.95 3.00 1.65 1.50 12.65 0. All data applies to concrete C 20/25 – fck.40 1.32 3.02 8.56 2.95 8.85 6.16 3.47 2.68 4.18 5.36 4.21 8.32 2.00 7.35 0.76 3.06 4.38 3.75 1.22 9.40 1.65 0.50 2.25 7. Precalculated values Design resistance calculated according ETAG 001.91 5.83 8.85 distance shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin and the f hef = 0.00 2.27 7.65 2.38 0.50 Combined tension and shear loading For combined tension and shear loading see section “Anchor Design”.

5 - - 6.6 Min.6 5.0 HKD-SR HKD-ER [kN] 3.1 9.2 4.6 Single anchor.5 27.6 4.6 4.9 12.6 10 / 2012 .0 5. without lever arm HKD [kN] 4.6 7.6 24.8 HKD-SR HKD-ER [kN] 4.1 33. without lever arm HKD [kN] 4.6 5.8 6.5 5. edge distance (c = cmin) Non-cracked concrete according ETA-02/0032.6 24.2 4.1 9.3 21.9 - - - 4.5 - - 6.6 24.HKD Push-in anchor Single anchor application Design resistance Single anchor. base material thickness hmin Min.2 4.2 4.9 17.8 14.2 4.0 Shear VRd.8 14.5 11.5 8.6 27.0 Min.0 Shear VRd.6 7.2 4.6 24. min.5 5.0 - - - 4.2 - 6.9 17.1 - - - 4.9 17.0 - - - 4.0 36.5 8.2 4.1 9.0 8.0 4.5 5.6 4.9 - - - 3.0 - - - 4.5 5.6 5. issue 2010-04-22 Hilti technical data M6x25 M8x25 M10x25 M12x25 M6x30 M8x30 M8x40 M10x30 M10x40 M12x50 M16x65 M20x80 Anchor size [mm] 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 130 160 [kN] 4.8 HKD-SR HKD-ER [kN] 4.1 9.9 5.0 39.0 - - - 4.8 6.0 8.9 17.6 26.9 12.6 24.9 17.4 11.4 11.0 4.5 8.2 5.6 24.6 - - 7.1 33.2 - 5.5 11.1 4.0 [kN] 3. no edge effects Non-cracked concrete according ETA-02/0032.2 4.2 5.9 7.6 4.0 4.6 - - 7.5 8.2 4.0 [kN] 3. edge distance cmin Tensile NRd HKD HKD-S HKD-E 242 HKD-S HKD-E [kN] 3.3 17.2 - 5.3 17.2 - 6.4 8.2 4. issue 2010-04-22 Hilti technical data M6x25 M8x25 M10x25 M12x25 M6x30 M8x30 M8x40 M10x30 M10x40 M12x50 M16x65 M20x80 Anchor size [mm] 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 130 160 [mm] 100 100 100 100 105 105 140 105 140 175 230 280 [kN] 4.3 21.5 27.9 17.1 - - - 4. base material thickness hmin Tensile NRd HKD HKD-S HKD-E HKD-S HKD-E [kN] 3.9 7.6 7.4 8.0 HKD-SR HKD-ER [kN] 3.

0 - - - 3.0 3.9 12.8 - - - 3.0 - - 4.HKD Push-in anchor Single anchor application Double anchor.5 [kN] 2.4 11.0 Shear VRd.7 11.3 15. spacing (s = smin).3 15. without lever arm HKD [kN] 4.3 21.5 4.5 8. base material thickness hmin Min.3 17.6 3.9 - 3.5 3.8 14.2 4.6 Min. no edge effects.5 HKD-SR HKD-ER [kN] 2.9 5.8 - - - 4.0 39.9 7.0 - - - 3.9 2.0 8.6 5.6 6. (load values are valid for one anchor) Non-cracked concrete Hilti technical data according ETA-02/0032.1 11.3 15.6 6.5 5.8 HKD-SR HKD-ER [kN] 3.0 3.5 - - 6. spacing smin Tensile NRd HKD HKD-S HKD-E 10 / 2012 HKD-S HKD-E [kN] 3.1 33.2 5.2 - 6. issue 2010-04-22 M6x25 M8x25 M10x25 M12x25 M6x30 M8x30 M8x40 M10x30 M10x40 M12x50 M16x65 M20x80 Anchor size [mm] 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 130 160 [mm] 80 80 80 80 60 60 80 60 80 125 130 160 [kN] 2.9 2. min.4 8.5 27.7 11.9 2.5 5.2 4.8 6.6 27.6 243 .0 4.5 5.0 4.

Berlin warringtonfire No.versatile . stainless steel with lip HKD-E(R) Carbon steel.HKD Push-in anchor Redundant fastening HKD Push-in anchor. Redundant fastening Anchor version HKD Carbon steel with lip HKD-S(R) Carbon steel.available in various materials and sizes for maximized coverage of possible applications European Technical Approval CE conformity Redundant fastening only Approvals / certificates Description European technical approval Fire test report Assessment report (fire) a) a) Authority / Laboratory DIBt.Correct setting (See setting instruction) . / date of issue ETA-06/0047 / 2011-03-14 ETA-06/0047 / 2011-03-14 WF 166402 / 2007-10-26 All data given in this section for HKD-S(R) and HKD-E(R). Berlin DIBt.approved.No edge distance and spacing influence . The anchor is to be used only for redundant fastening for non-structural applications. issue 2011-03-14 . stainless steel without lip Concrete a) Tensile zone Sprinkler approved Redundant fastening Fire resistance Corrosion resistance Benefits . Basic loading data for all load directions according design method B of ETAG 001 All data in this section applies to . according ETA-06/0047. fck.cube = 25 N/mm² to C50/60.for medium-duty fastening with bolts or threaded rods .Anchors in redundant fastening 244 10 / 2012 .Minimum base material thickness .cube = 60 N/mm² .Concrete C 20/25 fck.reliable setting thanks to simple visual check .simple and well proven . tested and confirmed by everyday jobsite experience .

0 5. HKD-ER kN - 3.0 6. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.9 - 2.4 3.3 2.g. HKD-ER kN - 1.0 - Load FRk Design Resistance.4.0 10.4 1.7 4. HKD-ER kN - 2.4 - 1.0 - 4. suspended ceiling.0 - 6. Requirements for redundant fastening The definition of redundant fastening according to Member States is given in the ETAG 001 Part six.HKD Push-in anchor Redundant fastening Characteristic Resistance.0 - 4.9 - 2. all load directions M6x25 M6x30 M8x25 M8x30 M8x40 M10x25 M10x30 M10x40 M12x25 M12x50 M16x65 Anchor size HKD kN 2.0 4.6 HKD-S.7 6.9 - HKD-SR. Annex 1.0 9.9 4.4 - 1.0 16. In Absence of a definition by a Member State the following default values may be taken a) Minimum number of fixing points Minimum number of anchors per fixing point Maximum design load of action NSd per fixing point a) 3 1 2 kN 4 1 3 kN The value for maximum design load of actions per fastening point NSd is valid in general that means all fastening points are considered in the design of the redundant structural system.0 5.0 2.0 - HKD-SR.0 - 3.2 3. 10 / 2012 245 .0 - - - 6.0 7.3 7. HKD-E kN - 2.0 - 3.0 5.0 2.5 4. The value NSd may be increased if the failure of one (= most unfavourable) fixing point is taken into account in the design (serviceability and ultimate limit state) of the structural system e.7 HKD-S.0 2.4 - - - 2.3 - 2.0 5.3 - 2.0 - HKD-SR. all load directions M6x25 M6x30 M8x25 M8x30 M8x40 M10x25 M10x30 M10x40 M12x25 M12x50 M16x65 Anchor size HKD kN 1.9 2.0 - 2.8 3.3 5.6 2. HKD-E kN - 3.4 2.0 - 4.4 - 1.4 2.0 - 6.0 3. all load directions M6x25 M6x30 M8x25 M8x30 M8x40 M10x25 M10x30 M10x40 M12x25 M12x50 M16x65 Anchor size HKD kN 1. HKD-E kN - 1.0 - Load FRd Recommended loads a).0 - 3.0 - 1.0 HKD-S.9 - Load Frec a) With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.6 1.0 - 2.0 - - - 4.

HKD Push-in anchor Redundant fastening Materials Mechanical properties of HKD.8 58. HKD-SR and HKD-ER Anchor size M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 HKD [N/mm²] 570 570 570 570 640 HKD-S HKD-E [N/mm²] 560 560 510 510 - HKD-SR HKD-ER [N/mm²] 540 540 540 540 - HKD [N/mm²] 460 460 460 480 510 HKD-S HKD-E [N/mm²] 440 440 410 410 - HKD-SR HKD-ER [N/mm²] 355 355 355 355 - Stressed crosssection As HKD [mm²] 20.4404.4404.4 65.4401.6 18.8 Gr. 5 µm HKD-S HKD-E Steel Fe/Zn5 galvanised to min.7 32. 1.3 54. 1. bending resistance for rod or bolt M0Rk.4571 10 / 2012 .6 82.7 - Moment of resistance W HKD [mm³] 32.9 26.1 28.s With 5. 1.7 60. 1.4401.9 184 431 HKD-S (R) HKD-E (R) [mm³] 50 79 110 264 - Char. HKD-S.4571 HKD Steel material HKD-S HKD-E Steel material HKD-SR HKD-ER Stainless steel.7 37. Steel [Nm] 7. 5 µm HKD-SR HKD-ER Stainless steel. 1. 1. HKS-E.5 167 HKD-SR HKD-ER with [Nm] A4-70 11 26 52 92 - Nominal tensile strength f uk Yield strength fyk Material quality Part Anchor Body Tapered expansion plug 246 Material HKD Steel Fe/Zn5 galvanised to min.1 105 HKD-S (R) HKD-E (R) [mm²] 20.7 26.

3 13.95 11.7 10.2 9.9 8 9.9 11.HKD Push-in anchor Redundant fastening Anchor dimensions M6x25 M6x30 M8x25 M8x30 M8x40 M10x25 M10x30 M10x40 M12x25 M12x50 M16x65 Anchor size Anchor version HKD HKD-S (R) HKD-E (R) Effective anchorage depth hef [mm] 25 30 25 30 40 25 30 40 25 50 65 Anchor diameter d1 [mm] 7.8 11.35 6.95 9.9 14.35 8.1 5 6.95 14.75 Plug diameter d2 [mm] 5.95 9.1 8.5 6.2 20 29 Anchor body ød 2 ød 2 Expansions plugs l1 10 / 2012 l1 247 .2 8.8 Plug length l1 [mm] 10 15 7 12 16 7 12 16 7.9 19.

HKD Push-in anchor Redundant fastening Setting Rotary hammer HSD-M Hand Setting tool HSD-G 6x25/30 8x25/30 8x40 10x25/30 M16x65 M12x50 M12x25 M10x40 M10x30 M10x25 TE 2 – TE 16 Machine setting tool Other tools M8x40 M8x30 M8x25 M6x25 Anchor size M6x30 Installation equipment TE 16 – 50 10x40 12x25 12x50 16x65 hammer. 248 10 / 2012 . blow out pump Setting instruction For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product. torque wrench.

5 h1 ≥ [mm] 27 32 27 33 43 27 33 43 27 54 70 ls.5 20.5 [mm] 7 7 9 9 9 12 12 12 14 14 18 [mm] 25 30 25 30 40 25 30 40 25 50 65 [Nm] 4 4 8 8 8 15 15 15 35 35 60 Diameter of clearance df ≤ hole in the fixture Effective anchorage hef depth Max. torque moment Tinst 10 / 2012 [mm] M8x30 do M8x25 Nominal diameter of drill bit Cutting diameter of drill bit Depth of drill hole M6x30 Anchor size M6x25 Setting details 249 .45 8.max [mm] 12 12.5 12.5 12.HKD Push-in anchor Redundant fastening Setting details: depth of drill hole h1 and effective anchorage depth hef Screwing depth M8x40 M10x25 M10x30 M10x40 M12x25 M12x50 M16x65 dcut ≤ [mm] 8 8 10 10 10 12 12 12 15 15 20 8.5 15.5 10.5 14.5 15.min [mm] 6 6 8 8 8 10 10 10 12 12 16 ls.5 10.5 11.5 12.5 17.45 10.5 12 13 18 12 22 30.

HKD Push-in anchor Redundant fastening base material thickness. anchor spacing and edge distances Anchor size Minimum base material thickness Minimum spacing and Minimum edge distance HKD HKD-S (R) HKD-E (R) Minimum base material thickness hmin [mm] smin [mm] cmin [mm] hmin [mm] M6x25 M8x25 M10x25 M12x25 M6x30 M8x30 M10x30 M8x40 M10x40 M12x50 M16x65 80 80 80 - - 200 200 200 - - 150 150 150 - - 100 100 100 100 130 80 60 80 125 130 140 105 140 175 230 Minimum spacing and minimum edge distance HKD-S (R) HKD-E (R) smin Minimum spacing HKD smin [mm] 80 60 80 125 130 for c≥ [mm] 140 105 140 175 230 cmin [mm] 100 80 140 175 230 for s≥ [mm] 150 120 80 125 130 Minimum edge distance HKD cmin [mm] [mm] For spacing (edge distance) smaller than critical spacing (critical edge distance) the design loads have to be reduced. 250 10 / 2012 .

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9 35.9 6.1 8.m [kN] 5.versatile .8 (carbon steel) and/or A4-70 (stainless steel) Mean Ultimate Resistance Anchor size M6x25 M8x30 M10x30 M10x40 M12x50 M16x65 Tensile NRu.4 11.5 Shear VRk [kN] 5.Correct setting (See setting instruction) .5 17.7 26.1 12.6 Shear VRd [kN] 4.8 14.Concrete as specified in the table .1 37.9 9.1 16.1 M6x25 M8x30 M10x30 M10x40 M12x50 M16x65 Characteristic Resistance Anchor size Tensile NRk [kN] 4. tested and confirmed by everyday jobsite experience .8 7.6 10.Minimum base material thickness .0 11.8 12.m [kN] 5.5 9.9 5.for medium-duty fastening with bolts or threaded rods .simple and well proven .0 6.8 M6x25 M8x30 M10x30 M10x40 M12x50 M16x65 Design Resistance Anchor size Tensile NRd [kN] 2.reliable setting thanks to simple visual check .approved.available in various materials and sizes for maximized coverage of possible applications HKV Carbon steel without lip Concrete Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to .2 20.0 18.screw or rod with steel strength 5.9 8.0 12.3 33.Concrete C 20/25. fck.cube = 25 N/mm² .6 27.2 5. Single anchor application Anchor version Benefits .6 7.No edge distance and spacing influence .0 252 10 / 2012 .9 3.HKV Push-in anchor Single anchor application HKV Push-in anchor.3 Shear VRu.0 8.8 3.0 8.

7 32.8 4.6 Shear Vrec [kN] 2.8 11.5 8.5 167 Material quality Part Material Anchor Body Steel Fe/Zn5 galvanised to min.7 6.9 4.7 37.8 2.6 82. 5 µm expansion plug Steel material Anchor dimensions Anchor size M6x25 M8x30 M10x30 M10x40 M12x50 M16x65 Effective anchorage depth hef [mm] 25 30 30 40 50 65 Anchor diameter d1 [mm] 7.3 10.1 105 Moment of resistance W [mm³] 32.95 11.s with 5.8 Steel Strength [Nm] 7.2 10.8 Plug length l1 [mm] 10 12 12 16 20 29 Expansions plugs ød 2 Anchor body ød 2 l1 l1 10 / 2012 253 .7 32.4. Materials Mechanical properties of HKV Anchor size M6x25 M8x30 M10x30 M10x40 M12x50 M16x65 Nominal tensile strength f uk [N/mm²] 570 570 570 570 570 640 Yield strength fyk [N/mm²] 460 460 460 460 460 510 Stressed cross-section As [mm²] 20.7 60.9 82.0 2.9 19.6 18.9 5.4 37.95 14.3 b) With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.4 65.3 13.9 9.HKV Push-in anchor Single anchor application Recommended loads a) Anchor size M6x25 M8x30 M10x30 M10x40 M12x50 M16x65 Tensile Nrec [kN] 2.75 Plug diameter d2 [mm] 5.3 54.2 8. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.0 12. bending resistance for rod or bolt M0Rk.3 6.7 26.9 184 431 Char.1 6.5 19.

HKV Push-in anchor Single anchor application Setting Installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer Machine setting tool Hand Setting tool Other tools M6x25 M8x30 M10x30 M10x40 TE 2 – TE 16 HSD-M HSD-G 6x25/30 8x25/30 10x25/30 M12x50 M16x65 TE 16 – TE 50 10x40 12x50 16x65 hammer. blow out pump Setting instruction For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product. Setting details: depth of drill hole h1 and effective anchorage depth hef 254 10 / 2012 . For technical data for anchors in diamond drilled holes please contact the Hilti Technical advisory service. torque wrench.

5 13 12.max [mm] 12 14.5 15.5 [mm] 7 9 12 12 14 18 [mm] 25 30 30 40 50 65 [Nm] 4 8 15 15 35 60 Screwing depth Diameter of clearance df ≤ hole in the fixture Effective anchorage hef depth Max.5 h1 ≥ [mm] 27 33 33 43 54 70 ls.HKV Push-in anchor Single anchor application Setting details Anchor size Nominal diameter of drill bit Cutting diameter of drill bit Depth of drill hole M6x25 M8x30 M10x30 M10x40 M12x50 M16x65 do [mm] 8 10 12 12 15 20 dcut ≤ [mm] 8.min [mm] 6 8 10 10 12 16 ls.5 20.45 10. anchor spacing and edge distances Anchor size Minimum base hmin material thickness Minimum spacing and smin minimum edge cmin distance 10 / 2012 M6x25 M8x30 M10x30 M10x40 M12x50 M16x65 [mm] 100 100 100 100 100 130 [mm] 80 60 60 80 125 130 [mm] 140 105 105 140 175 230 255 . torque moment Tinst Base material thickness.5 13 18 22 30.

HUD-1 Universal anchor HUD-1 Universal anchor Anchor version Benefits HUD-1 .fast setting .Load data are only valid for the specified woodscrew type .Base material as specified in the table .Minimum base material thickness 256 10 / 2012 .flexibility of screw length .Correct setting (See setting instruction) .No edge distance and spacing influence .an anchor for every base material Concrete Solid brick Hollow brick Autoclaved aerated concrete Drywall Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to .

10 / 2012 257 .5 2.5 1 2 - 2.25 0.5 - - - - - - - Concrete ≥ C16/20 Gypsum board Thickness 12.4 - 4.15 - 1.75 2 [kN] 1.5mm a) only with screw diameter 6mm b) only with screw diameter 8mm c) only with screw diameter 10mm d) Screw type: W: Wood-screw C: Chipboard screw Load data are valid for the mentioned woodscrew type.5 0.5 c) Thickness VRk [kN] 0.3 - 0.9 gypsum board VRk [kN] 0.2 - 0.8 2.4 - 0.45 0.5 0.96 1.5 0.75 2 0.5 - - 0.5 0.3 0.5 1.6 - 7 11 4 5 6.44 Thickness 12.75 1.3 0.25 0.3 0.4 1.2 0.2 1.4 - 15 28 5 a) a) 7.HUD-1 Universal anchor Characteristic resistance Anchor size 5x25 d) Screw type 6x30 8x40 10x50 12x60 14x70 W Size 4 DIN 96 C Size 4 W Size 5 DIN 96 C Size 5 W Size 6 DIN 96 C Size 6 W Size 8 DIN 96 C Size 8 W W Size 10 Size 12 DIN DIN 571 571 NRk VRk NRk Solid clay brick Mz 20 VRk Solid sand-lime brick NRk KS 12 VRk NRk Hollow clay brick HlzB 12 VRk Hollow clay brick NRk HlzB 12 – 15mm VRk plastered Autoclaved aerated NRk concrete VRk AAC 2 [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] 1.5 0.85 1.5 1.75 - b) Gypsum board NRk [kN] 0.75 0.25 0.92 2.2 0.25 0.25 6.25 - - 10 15 5 7.72 0.5mm NRk VRk [kN] [kN] 0.3 0.5 1.25 3 2.3 0.75 1.25 - 2.25 1.4 0.5 0.75 0.65 - 0.2 4.6 - [kN] 0.25 - 0.75 4.5mm Fibre reinforced NRk [kN] 0.88 3.72 1.75 0.1 gypsum board Thickness VRk [kN] 0.5 1.5 1.4 0.7 2x12.25 1.45 0.25 3.45 1.6 0.9 - 1.7 0.5 2.8 0.5 [kN] 0.5 1.6 1.3 - 0.5mm Fibre reinforced NRk [kN] 0.5 2 0.5 3 VRk [kN] 0.75 1.75 1.4 - - - - - Autoclaved aerated concrete AAC 4 NRk [kN] 0. if other types or different screws are used the load capacity may decrease.75 b) 1 b) 1.75 0.36 2x12.7 1 - 2.4 0.75 0.5 1.2 1.75 - - - - - - - [kN] 0.15 0.3 0.5 - 1.5 1 - 1.45 0.

17 0.07 0.32 [kN] 0.10 0.08 0.70 0.06 Autoclaved aerated concrete AAC 4 NRd [kN] 0.40 4.18 Gypsum board Thickness 12.35 0.14 0.59 gypsum board Thickness VRd [kN] 0.21 0.20 1.04 0.39 0.94 2x12.06 0.62 1.42 b) Thickness VRd [kN] 0.70 1.25 0.10 0.07 0.56 0.14 0.49 0.11 1.14 0.11 0.78 0.42 0.34 0.08 0.49 0.11 [kN] 0.07 0.13 0.11 0.13 0.11 0.28 0.07 0.56 0.21 0.80 4.21 0.42 0.08 0.5mm NRd VRd [kN] [kN] 0.08 1.54 0.12 2.84 [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] 0.19 1.5mm Fibre reinforced NRd [kN] 0.28 0.HUD-1 Universal anchor Design resistance Anchor size 5x25 Screw typed) 8x40 10x50 C Size 4 W Size 5 DIN 96 C Size 5 W Size 6 DIN 96 C Size 6 W Size 8 DIN 96 0.35 0.20 0.49 0.5mm a) only with screw diameter 6mm b) only with screw diameter 8mm c) only with screw diameter 10mm d) Screw type: W: Wood-screw C: Chipboard screw Load data are valid for the mentioned woodscrew type.75 0.26 0.11 0.50 0.17 1.85 0.24 0.19 1.08 0.42 0.40 c) 2.77 1.08 0.20 0.08 0.56 0.25 gypsum board VRd [kN] 0.08 [kN] 0.56 C Size 8 12x60 14x70 W Size 4 DIN 96 NRd VRd NRd Solid clay brick Mz 20 VRd Solid sand-lime brick NRd KS 12 VRd NRd Hollow clay brick HlzB 12 VRd Hollow clay brick NRd HlzB 12 – 15mm VRd plastered Autoclaved aerated NRd concrete VRd AAC 2 Concrete ≥ C16/20 6x30 W W Size 10 Size 12 DIN DIN 571 571 c) 0.21 0.20 7.14 0. if other types or different screws are used the load capacity may decrease.21 0.5mm Fibre reinforced NRd [kN] 0.70 0.14 0.32 [kN] 0.34 0.20 0.14 0.81 0.45 0.42 0.35 0.40 1.40 Thickness 12.35 2.14 0.42 0.84 1. 258 10 / 2012 .13 0.28 0.27 0.06 0.49 0.14 0.28 a) 0.35 0.96 3.49 0.11 0.42 0.21 a) 0.14 VRd [kN] 0.08 0.20 2x12.42 0.14 0.84 0.21 0.49 0.21 a) Gypsum board NRd [kN] 0.13 0.

06 0.25 0.06 0.1 0.09 0.25 0.28 0.HUD-1 Universal anchor Recommended loads e) Anchor size 5x25 Screw type d) Nrec [kN] Concrete ≥ C16/20 Vrec [kN] Nrec [kN] Solid clay brick Mz 20 Vrec [kN] Solid sand-lime brick Nrec [kN] KS 12 Vrec [kN] Nrec [kN] Hollow clay brick HlzB 12 Vrec [kN] Hollow clay brick Nrec [kN] HlzB 12 – 15mm Vrec [kN] plastered Autoclaved aerated Nrec [kN] concrete Vrec [kN] AAC 2 Autoclaved aerated Nrec [kN] concrete Vrec [kN] AAC 4 Gypsum board Thickness 12.3 C 0.35 0.09 0.2 0.08 0.85 1.04 10x50 0.6 1 1. e) With overall global safety factor γ = 5 to the characteristic loads and a partial safety factor of γ = 1.1 0.1 0.15 0.15 0.19 0.6 0.4 W 1.38 0.14 0.06 0.24 0.09 0.14 2x12.36 0.3 0.3 0.1 0.1 0.3 0.5 0.2 0. 10 / 2012 259 .4 0.2 0.25 0.4 0.15 0.15 8x40 C 0.08 6x30 C 0.5mm Fibre reinforced Nrec [kN] 0.35 0.55 0.17 0.32 0.9 0.3 0.56 0.15 0.25 0.06 0.58 0.1 0.8 12x60 14x70 W 0.08 0.24 0.1 0.44 0.12 1 1.05 0.25 0.06 0.18 gypsum board Vrec [kN] 0.06 0.5 1.04 0.35 C W 2 3 1 W 3 5.29 Thickness 12.04 0.4 0. if other types or different screws are used the load capacity may decrease.23 0.15 Gypsum board Nrec [kN] 0.5 0.05 0.5 0.5 0.5mm a) only with screw diameter 6mm b) only with screw diameter 8mm c) only with screw diameter 10mm d) Screw type: W: Wood-screw C: Chipboard screw Load data are valid for the mentioned woodscrew type.35 0.3 0.85 0.08 0.1 W 0.14 0.42 gypsum board Thickness Vrec [kN] 0.67 2x12.32 0.08 0.15 0.06 0.14 0.12 0.09 0.15 0.06 0.13 0.3 Thickness Vrec [kN] 0.18 0.2 0.3 0.05 0.6 0.2 0.23 0.1 0.74 0.1 0.05 0.08 0.4 to the design values.4 2.35 0.08 0.5mm Nrec Vrec [kN] [kN] W 0.35 0.5mm Fibre reinforced Nrec [kN] 0.25 0.

260 10 / 2012 . Temperature range Base material temperature Temperature range -40 °C to +80 °C Maximum long term base material temperature +50 °C Maximum short term base material temperature +80 °C Max short term base material temperature Short-term elevated base material temperatures are those that occur over brief intervals. Max long term base material temperature Long-term elevated base material temperatures are roughly constant over significant periods of time. For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product.g. e. as a result of diurnal cycling. Materials Material quality Part Plastic sleeve Material Polyamide 6 Setting Installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer Other tools 5x25 6x30 8x40 10x50 12x60 14x70 TE 2 – TE 16 Screwdriver Setting instruction Use only for wall and floor applications. Not applicable for ceiling and façade applications.HUD-1 Universal anchor Service temperature range Hilti HUD-1 universal anchor may be applied in the temperature range given below.

5 5-6 7-8 8 .5 14.45 12.c) of basic loading data tables.HUD-1 Universal anchor Setting details: depth of drill hole h1 and effective anchorage depth hef Setting details HUD-1 Anchor version 5x25 6x30 8x40 10x50 12x60 14x70 Nominal diameter of drill bit do [mm] 5 6 8 10 12 14 Cutting diameter of drill bit dcut ≤ [mm] 5.10 10 . if other types or different screws are used the load capacity may decrease.4 4.12 The basic loading data are depending on the woodscrew diameters.35 6.5 Depth of drill hole h1 ≥ [mm] 35 40 55 65 80 90 Effective anchorage depth hnom [mm] 25 30 40 50 60 70 Anchor length l [mm] 25 30 40 50 60 70 Max fixture thickness tfix [mm] Installation temperature Woodscrew diameter a) a) [°C] d Depending on screw length -10 to +40 [mm] 3.5 .4 8.45 10. 10 / 2012 261 . except footnotes a). Highlighted diameters refer to basic loading data table.b).5 .

excellent setting behaviour HUD-L 10 Concrete Solid brick Hollow brick Autoclaved aerated concrete Drywall Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to .4 9.25 0.55 2.universal plastic anchor for weak base materials and renovation .5 Hlz 12 a) Hollow sand-lime brick FRk [kN] 0.HUD-L Universal anchor HUD-L Universal anchor Anchor version Benefits HUD-L 6 HUD-L 8 .0 AAC 2 a) Gypsum board FRk [kN] 0.Base material as specified in the table .Load data are only valid for the specified woodscrew type .3 0.5x80 DIN 96 HUD-L 8x60 Woodscrew 5x90 DIN 96 HUD-L 10x70 Woodscrew 8mm DIN 571 Concrete FRk [kN] 1.Minimum base material thickness Characteristic resistance Anchor size Screw type c) HUD-L 6x50 Woodscrew 4. 262 10 / 2012 .85 1.No edge distance and spacing influence .7 0.75 1.6 b) a) Thickness 2x12.8 KSL 12 Autoclaved aerated concrete FRk [kN] 0.7 0.15 1.5mm a) Drilling without hammering b) Suitable for fitting hexagonal screws by hand c) Load data are valid for the mentioned woodscrew type.0 Mz 12 Solid clay brick FRk [kN] 7.85 1.for many base materials .0 2 KS 12 Hollow clay brick FRk [kN] 0.Correct setting (See setting instruction) .Load data given in the tables is independent of load direction .daily application .5 0.0 ≥ C16/20 Solid clay brick FRk [kN] 0.0 Mz 20 Solid sand-lime brick FRk [kN] 0. if other types or different screws are used the load capacity may decrease.

42 Hlz 12 a) Hollow sand-lime brick FRd [kN] 0.14 0.96 Mz 20 Solid sand-lime brick FRd [kN] 0.39 2.3 Hlz 12 a) Hollow sand-lime brick Frec [kN] 0.24 0. if other types or different screws are used the load capacity may decrease.08 0.17 0. if other types or different screws are used the load capacity may decrease.5x80 DIN 96 HUD-L 8x60 Woodscrew 5x90 DIN 96 HUD-L 10x70 Woodscrew 8mm DIN 571 0. d) With overall global safety factor γ = 5 to the characteristic loads and a partial safety factor of γ = 1.15 0.4 to the design values.22 KSL 12 Autoclaved aerated concrete FRd [kN] 0.5x80 DIN 96 HUD-L 8x60 Woodscrew 5x90 DIN 96 HUD-L 10x70 Woodscrew 8mm DIN 571 0.15 0.14 0.21 0.20 0.28 0.16 KSL 12 Autoclaved aerated concrete Frec [kN] 0.HUD-L Universal anchor Design resistance Anchor size Screw type Concrete ≥ C16/20 FRd c) [kN] HUD-L 6x50 Woodscrew 4.05 0.14 0.5mm a) Drilling without hammering b) Suitable for fitting hexagonal screws by hand c) Load data are valid for the mentioned woodscrew type.23 0. Recommended loads d) Anchor size Screw type c) Concrete ≥ C16/20 Frec [kN] HUD-L 6x50 Woodscrew 4.2 0.32 0.8 Solid clay brick Frec [kN] 0.17 b) Thickness 2x12.4 Mz 20 Solid sand-lime brick Frec [kN] 0.4 a) AAC 2 Gypsum board Frec [kN] 0. 10 / 2012 263 .28 1.17 0.11 0.56 KS 12 Hollow clay brick FRd [kN] 0.07 0.1 0.52 Solid clay brick FRd [kN] 0.20 0.06 0.12 b) a) Thickness 2x12.24 0.4 KS 12 Hollow clay brick Frec [kN] 0.28 Mz 12 Solid clay brick FRd [kN] 1.56 AAC 2 a) Gypsum board FRd [kN] 0.2 Mz 12 Solid clay brick Frec [kN] 1.5mm a) a) Drilling without hammering b) Suitable for fitting hexagonal screws by hand c) Load data are valid for the mentioned woodscrew type.

HUD-L Universal anchor Service temperature range Hilti HUD-L universal anchor may be applied in the temperature range given below. Temperature range Base material temperature Temperature range -40 °C to +80 °C Maximum long term base material temperature +50 °C Maximum short term base material temperature +80 °C Max short term base material temperature Short-term elevated base material temperatures are those that occur over brief intervals. For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product. Materials Material quality Part Plastic sleeve Material Polyamide 6 Setting Installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer Other tools HUD-L 6x50 HUD-L 8x60 HUD-L 10x70 TE 2 – TE 16 Screwdriver Setting instruction Use only for wall and floor applications.g. 264 10 / 2012 . Max long term base material temperature Long-term elevated base material temperatures are roughly constant over significant periods of time. e. Not applicable for ceiling and façade applications. as a result of diurnal cycling.

5 .45 Depth of drill hole h1 ≥ [mm] 70 80 90 Effective anchorage depth hnom [mm] 47 57 70 Anchor length l [mm] 47 57 70 Max fixture thickness tfix [mm] Depending on screw length [°C] -10 to +40 Installation temperature Recommended length of screw in base material ld [mm] 55 65 75 4. 10 / 2012 265 .5 5-6 7-8 Woodscrew diameter a) d [mm] a) The basic loading data are depending on the woodscrew diameters. Highlighted diameters refer to basic loading data table.45 10. if other types or different screws are used the load capacity may decrease.HUD-L Universal anchor Setting details: depth of drill hole h1 and effective anchorage depth hef Setting details HUD-L Anchor version HUD-L HUD-L 6x50 HUD-L 8x60 HUD-L 10x70 Nominal diameter of drill bit do [mm] 6 8 10 Cutting diameter of drill bit dcut ≤ [mm] 6.4 8.

3 - - Fibre reinforced gypsum board Thickness 2x12.25 2 Hollow clay brick Concrete ≥ C16/20 a) See setting details 266 2.Base material as specified in the table .4 0.75 C FRk [kN] 1.Load data given in the tables is independent of load direction Characteristic resistance Anchor size Anchoring principle HLD 2 HLD 3 HLD 4 a) Gypsum board Thickness 12.HLD Light duty anchor HLD Light duty anchor Anchor version Benefits .esp.No edge distance and spacing influence .5 10 / 2012 .Correct setting (See setting instruction) .5mm A FRk [kN] - 0.4 Fibre reinforced gypsum board Thickness 12.6 - A/B FRk [kN] 0.4 0.plastic undercut anchor .75 0. for drywall applications HLD Drywall Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to .simple setting .5mm A FRk [kN] 0.5mm B FRk [kN] 0.

11 Fibre reinforced gypsum board Thickness 12. Materials Material quality Part Sleeve 10 / 2012 Material Polyamide PA 6 267 .15 0.11 0.5mm A Frec [kN] - 0.08 0. Max long term base material temperature Long-term elevated base material temperatures are roughly constant over significant periods of time.5mm A Frec [kN] 0.25 0.17 - A/B FRd [kN] 0.4 0.5mm B Frec [kN] 0.70 HLD 2 HLD 3 HLD 4 Hollow clay brick Concrete ≥ C16/20 a) See setting details Recommended loads b) Anchor size Anchoring principle a) Gypsum board Thickness 12.5 a) See setting details b) With overall global safety factor γ = 5 to the characteristic loads and a partial safety factor of γ = 1. Service temperature range Hilti HLD light duty anchor may be applied in the temperature range given below.06 - - Fibre reinforced gypsum board Thickness 2x12.56 0.12 - A/B Frec [kN] 0.5mm A FRd [kN] - 0.5mm B FRd [kN] 0.11 0.08 0.15 - Hollow clay brick Concrete ≥ C16/20 C Frec [kN] 0.5mm A FRd [kN] 0.HLD Light duty anchor Desgin resistance Anchor size Anchoring principle HLD 2 HLD 3 HLD 4 a) Gypsum board Thickness 12.g. e.08 Fibre reinforced gypsum board Thickness 12. as a result of diurnal cycling.21 - C FRd [kN] 0. Temperature range Base material temperature Temperature range -40 °C to +80 °C Maximum long term base material temperature +50 °C Maximum short term base material temperature +80 °C Max short term base material temperature Short-term elevated base material temperatures are those that occur over brief intervals.4 to the design values.35 0.08 - - Fibre reinforced gypsum board Thickness 2x12.21 0.

HLD Light duty anchor Setting Installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer Other tools TE 2 – TE 16 Screwdriver Setting instruction For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product. Setting details and anchoring principles: Setting details HSP / HFP Anchor version HLD 2 HLD 3 HLD 4 Nominal diameter of drill bit do [mm] Depth of drill hole (only anchoring principle C) h1 ≥ [mm] 50 56 66 (anchoring principle A/B) lS [mm] 33 + tfix 40 + tfix 49 + tfix (anchoring principle C) lS [mm] 40 + tfix 46 + tfix 56 + tfix (anchoring principle A/B) dS [mm] 4–5 (anchoring principle C) dS [mm] 5–6 (anchoring principle A) h [mm] 4 – 12 15 – 19 24 – 28 (anchoring principle B) h [mm] 12 – 16 19 – 25 28 – 32 (anchoring principle C) h≥ [mm] 35 42 50 Screw length Screw diameter Wall / panel thickness Installation temperature 268 [°C] 10 -10 to +40 10 / 2012 .

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2-599 / 2009-09-16 UB 3613/3891-1 Nau / 2001-11-23 UB 3613/3891-2 Nau / 2001-11-26 a) All data given in this section for HRD-U 10 / S 10 / U 14 according Z-21.HRD-U 10 / -S 10 / -U 14 Frame anchor HRD-U 10 / . / date of issue DIBt.universal frame anchor for façade. Berlin Z-21.base material versatility . Braunschweig Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to .2-599 01.Correct setting (See setting instruction) .Base materials as specified in the table Minimum base material thickness .The data that are highlighted in light grey are not part of the approvals 270 10 / 2012 .Anchor is set in the brick. steelwork.S 10 / -U 14 Frame anchor Anchor version HRD-U 10 Carbon steel Stainless steel HRD-S 10 Carbon steel Stainless steel Benefits . and mechanical installation . Fire test report IBMB. not in the joints .excellent setting behaviour HRD-U 14 Carbon steel Stainless steel Concrete Solid brick Hollow brick Autoclaved aerated concrete Fire resistance Approvals / certificates Description Allgemeine bauaufsichtliche Zulassung a) (national German approval) Authority / Laboratory No.No edge distance and spacing influence . issue 2009-09-16.

2 0. Temperature range Base material temperature Temperature range -40 °C to +80 °C Maximum long term base material temperature +50 °C Maximum short term base material temperature +80 °C Max short term base material temperature Short-term elevated base material temperatures are those that occur over brief intervals.3 - 0.25 0.6 - Frec [kN] 0. TGL Service temperature range Hilti HRD-U 10 / -S 10 / -U 14 frame anchor may be applied in the temperature range given below.2 1.4 0.4 0.8 1.6 0. as a result of diurnal cycling.6 Plant Laussig Frec [kN] 0.35 0.0 Frec [kN] 0.8 Solid clay brick Mz 12 Frec [kN] 0.5 Hollow sand-lime brick KSL 6 Frec [kN] 0.6 P 3.5 0. TGL Thin skins of external wall paneels hwpLb acc. Max long term base material temperature Long-term elevated base material temperatures are roughly constant over significant periods of time. 10 / 2012 271 .3 ≥ AAC 4 Frec [kN] 0.7 AAC blocks AAC members AAC acc.3 - - Plant Parchim Frec [kN] 0.25 0.g.25 0.6 0.25 0.3 AAC 2 Frec [kN] 0.2 0.35 0.2 0.6 0.25 Solid sand-lime brick KS 12/2. e.2 0.6 Lightweight hollow brick Hbl 2 Frec [kN] 0.15 - - Frec [kN] 0.5 Hollow clay brick Hlz 12 – 1.HRD-U 10 / -S 10 / -U 14 Frame anchor Recommended loads Anchor size HRD-U 10 HRD-S 10 HRD-U 14 Concrete ≥ C12/15 Frec [kN] 1.6 Lightweight solid block V2 Frec [kN] 0.6 0.3 ≥ P 4.0 Frec [kN] 0.2 0.3 Frec [kN] 0.5 0.4 Frec [kN] 0.6 Solid clay brick Mz 20 Frec [kN] 1.6 1.5 - 0.6 0.

8 Moment of resistance W [mm³] 24.6 60.min [mm] 80 60 80 110 Maximum length of the sleeve l1.5 0 Char.max [mm] 235 285 355 335 272 10 / 2012 .25 Carbon steel Stainless steel Carbon steel Stainless steel Material quality Part Sleeve Screw HRD HRD-UG HRD-UR Material Polyamide Carbon steel.min [mm] 10 10 10 10 Maximum thickness of fixture tfix. 5 µm Stainless steel Anchor dimensions Anchor size U 10 S 10 U 14 UP 14 Minimum thickness of fixture tfix.s Stainless steel [Nm] 17.max [mm] 160 130 280 250 Diameter of the sleeve dnom [mm] 10 10 14 14 Minimum length of the sleeve l1.min [mm] 85 65 85 115 Maximum length of the screw l2.2 56.1 36.2 The recommended bending moment shall be calculated by dividing the characteristic bending moment by 1.7 43. galvanised to min. bending resistance M Rk.HRD-U 10 / -S 10 / -U 14 Frame anchor Materials Mechanical properties of HRD-U 10 / S 10 / U 14 Anchor size U 10 S 10 U 14 [N/mm²] 600 Nominal tensile strength f uk [N/mm²] 580 500 [N/mm²] 480 Yield strength fyk [N/mm²] 450 400 Stressed cross-section As [mm²] 31.max [mm] 230 180 350 330 Diameter of the screw dS [mm] 7 7 10 10 Minimum length of the screw l2.4 Carbon steel [Nm] 17.4 and 1.

screw driver Setting instruction For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product.HRD-U 10 / -S 10 / -U 14 Frame anchor dnom HRD-U 10 l1 dnom HRD-S 10 l1 HRD-U 14 dnom l1 Screw for all anchor types ds l2 Setting Installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer Other tools U 10 S 10 U 14 TE16… TE2 … TE16 TE40 hammer. For technical data for anchors in diamond drilled holes please contact the Hilti Technical advisory service. 10 / 2012 273 .

5 Overall embedment depth in the base material hnom [mm] 70 50 70 Installation temperature 274 [°C] -10 .5 14.45 14.45 10.5 10.+40 10 / 2012 .HRD-U 10 / -S 10 / -U 14 Frame anchor Setting details: depth of drill hole h1 and effective anchorage depth hnom Setting details HRD-U 10 / S 10 / U 14 U 10 S 10 U 14 Nominal diameter of drill bit do [mm] 10 10 14 Cutting diameter of drill bit dcut ≤ [mm] 10.5 Depth of drill hole h1 ≥ [mm] 80 60 85 Diameter of clearance hole in the fixture df ≤ [mm] 10.

anchor spacing and edge distance Anchor size Concrete Masonry Minimum base material AAC thickness Wetterschale hwpLb Concrete Solid masonry Hollow masonry Minimum spacing of single anchors AAC Wetterschale hwpLb Minimum spacing in a group in concrete Minimum spacing of groups in concrete Concrete Solid masonry Hollow masonry Minimum edge distance AAC Wetterschale hwpLb hmin hmin hmin hmin hmin smin smin smin smin smin smin smin1 smin2 cmin cmin cmin cmin cmin cmin U 10 120 115 115 40 40 150 100 250 100a) 100 100 50 300 100 100 100 150 50 100 [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] S 10 100 115 115 40 40 100 100 250 100 50 240 80 100 100 50 100 U 14 120 115 115 150 250 250 100 50 300 100 100 100 100 c s2 s s1 10 / 2012 s h 275 .HRD-U 10 / -S 10 / -U 14 Frame anchor Base material thickness.

Redundant fastening Anchor version Benefits HRD-C 8x HRD CR 8x Innovative screw design for better hold Suitable on practically all base materials HRD-C 10x… HRD-CR 10x… HRD-CR2 10x… HRD-H 10x… HRD-HR 10x… HRD-HR2 10x… HRD-HF 10x… HRD-K 10x… HRD-KR 10x… HRD-KR2 10x… HRD-P 10x… HRD-PR 10x… HRD-PR2 10x… Concrete Tensile zone*) Solid brick Hollow brick Autoclaved aerated concrete Flexible embedment depth (approved at 50mm and 70mm) Suitable for fastening thicknesses up to 260mm Available in 4 different materials for optimum suitability in all corrosive environments Pre-assembled for optimum handling and fastening quality Prestressed hollow core slabs Window frame Fire resistance European Technical Approval CE conformity a) Redundant fastening only Approvals / certificates Description European technical approval a) Allgemeine bauaufsichtliche Zulassung c) (national German approval) Fire test report Window frame report b) Authority / Laboratory DIBt. The anchor is to be used only for redundant fastening for non-structural applications. / date of issue ETA-07/0219 / 2011-10-19 DIBt. Rosenheim GS 3. Leipzig Ift. Berlin Z-21.2/10-157-1/ 2010-09-02 Ift report 105 33035 / 2007-07-09 a) All data given in this section according ETA-07/0219. b) only available for HRD 8 c) only valid for HRD 10 276 10 / 2012 . Berlin No.HRD Frame anchor Redundant fastening HRD Frame anchor. issue 2011-02-01.2-1952 / 2011-10-31 MFPA.

No edge distance and spacing influence .Anchors in redundant fastening .Shear without lever arm .Base material as specified in the table Minimum base material thickness .HRD Frame anchor Redundant fastening Basic loading data according ETAG 020 All data in this section applies to .Correct setting (See setting instruction) .Steel failure .The data that are highlighted in light grey are additional Hilti recommended data and not part of the approval 10 / 2012 277 .

5 - f b ≥ 6 N/mm² FRk [kN] - 0.5 0.0 d) 3.0 4.0 3.5 - - f b ≥ 10 N/mm² FRk [kN] - 2.9 - f b ≥ 12 N/mm² FRk [kN] - 0.6 0.6 / 10.5 d) - hnom =70mm hnom =90mm 6.0 DIN V 105-100 / EN 771-1 Solid sand-lime brick KS 2.4 - - - FRk [kN] 0.5 - f b ≥ 8 N/mm² FRk [kN] - 1.1 - c) - f) - f) - f) - f) - f) - f) - - - f b ≥ 20 N/mm² FRk [kN] 1.0 6.5 f b ≥ 10 N/mm² FRk [kN] 1.6 10.0-2DF brick e) G Vertically perforated clay brick VHlz 1.5 - f b ≥ 50 N/mm² FRk [kN] - 3.0 6.5 - f b ≥ 12 N/mm² FRk [kN] - 1.5 2.0 3.1 3.2 f b ≥ 20 N/mm² FRk [kN] 2.6 b) 3.5 f b ≥ 10 N/mm² FRk [kN] 2.0 3.75 - f b ≥ 10 N/mm² FRk [kN] - 0.4 0.0 2.9 1.5 6.0 - 2 f b ≥ n/a brick VRk VRk f b ≥ 6 N/mm Ital.HRD Frame anchor Redundant fastening Characteristic resistance Anchor size HRD 8 NRk Concrete C 12/15 Concrete C 16/20 –C 50/60 Solid clay brick Mz 2.50 FRk [kN] 1.0 3.5 d) 2.2-2DF brick e) F Vertically perforated clay brick Hlz 1.2 1.5 - f b ≥ 10 N/mm² FRk [kN] - 1.0 f b ≥ 20 N/mm² FRk [kN] - f b ≥ 10 N/mm² FRk [kN] - FRk [kN] 0.9 / 6.1 b) 4.50 - - - f b ≥ 8 N/mm² FRk [kN] - 1.9 - f b ≥ 20 N/mm² FRk [kN] - 0. solid brick Tufo Hollow clay brick Hlz B 12/1.0 d) 2.2 A e) [kN] HRD 10 f b ≥ 12 N/mm 2 10 / 2012 .0 4.0 DIN V 106 / EN 771-2 Lightweight solid block Vbl 0.9 / 6.5 - f b ≥ 28 N/mm² FRk [kN] - 2.9 DIN V 18151-100 / EN 771-3 Vertically perforated clay brick Hlz 1.5 4.0 d) 3.6 / 10.1 c) - 8.0 - - f b ≥ 8 N/mm² FRk [kN] - 0.0-9DF brick L e) 278 [kN] NRk [kN] [kN] hnom =50mm hnom =50mm 2.5 d) 2.0 - - f b ≥ 12 N/mm² FRk [kN] - 2.75 1.0 3.0 - f b ≥ 16 N/mm² FRk [kN] - 2.5 b) / 11.5 b) 10.5 1.0 - / 11.6-2DF brick H e) Vertically perforated clay brick Poroton T8 brick M e) Vertically perforated clay brick Hlz 1.

2 1.0 - FRk [kN] 1.4 brick O e) HRD 8 HRD 10 hnom =50mm hnom =50mm hnom =70mm hnom =90mm f b ≥ 12 N/mm2 FRk [kN] 0.0 - FRk [kN] - 0.0 - - FRk [kN] - - 2. Hollow brick Mattone brick f b ≥ 22 N/mm² E e) Ital.5 d) 4.5 - FRk [kN] 0.6-16DF brick f b ≥ 12 N/mm² R e) f b ≥ 16 N/mm² Lightweight hollow brick Hbl 2/0.0 - FRk [kN] - 2.0 2. Hollow brick e) f b ≥ 75 N/mm² Clinker mediterraneo brick K French Hollow brick f b ≥ 6 N/mm² Brique Creuse brick B e) AAC 2 Autoclaved aerated concrete AAC AAC 4 AAC 6 10 / 2012 FRk [kN] - 3.9 FRk [kN] - - 2.0 2.50 - - - FRk [kN] - - 0.5 - - FRk [kN] - 1.2 - FRk [kN] - 1.5 - - - FRk [kN] - - 0. Hollow brick Ladrillo perforado brick f b ≥ 26 N/mm² e) J Span.5 - FRk [kN] - 1.60 - - - FRk [kN] - 1. Hollow brick Doppio Uni brick f b ≥ 25 N/mm² C+I e) Span. Hollow brick Rojo hydrofugano brick f b ≥ 40 N/mm² D e) Span.2 2.0 - FRk [kN] - - 2.30 - - - FRk [kN] - 0.5 2.8 brick f b ≥ 2 N/mm2 e) S Lightweight concrete hollow f b ≥ 2 N/mm2 block 2 f b ≥ 6 N/mm Hbl 1.4-3DF brick Q f b ≥ 12 N/mm² f b ≥ 8 N/mm² Vertically perforated sand-lime f b ≥ 10 N/mm² brick KSL R 1.75 - FRk [kN] - 1. Hollow brick f b ≥ 15 N/mm² e) Poroton P700 brick N Ital.5 0.5 f ≥ 8 N/mm² Vertically perforated sand-lime b brick f b ≥ 10 N/mm² e) KSL 1.5 2.2-12DF brick T e) Ital.5 - - FRk [kN] - 2.6 - FRk [kN] 0.5 (I) - FRk [kN] 0.5 - FRk [kN] 0.75 - - - f ≥ 8 N/mm² Vertically perforated sand-lime b brick f b ≥ 10 N/mm² KSL 1.9 0.HRD Frame anchor Redundant fastening Characteristic resistance Anchor size Hollow sand-lime brick KSL 12/1.5 FRk [kN] - - 2.0 2.5 - FRk [kN] - - 3.9 1.5 d) 279 .9 (C) - 1.6-2DF brick P e) f b ≥ 12 N/mm² FRk [kN] - 1.0 - FRk [kN] - - 1.

5 b) 8.2 d) 1.8 1.5 / 8.8 d) 0.0 f b ≥ 10 N/mm² FRd [kN] 0. solid brick Tufo f b ≥ n/a Hollow clay brick Hlz B 12/1.8 - f b ≥ 16 N/mm² FRd [kN] - 0.3 0.6 - f b ≥ 8 N/mm² FRd [kN] - 0.9 DIN V 18151-100 / EN 771-3 [kN] NRd [kN] [kN] hnom =50mm hnom =50mm 1.36 - f b ≥ 20 N/mm² FRd [kN] - 0.6-2DF brick H f b ≥ 28 N/mm² FRd [kN] - 0.0 - f b ≥ 50 N/mm² FRd [kN] - 1.3 - f b ≥ 10 N/mm² FRd [kN] - 0.8 1.HRD Frame anchor Redundant fastening Design resistance Anchor size HRD 8 NRd Concrete C 12/15 Concrete C 16/20 –C 50/60 Solid clay brick Mz 2.8 1.6 - f b ≥ 10 N/mm² FRd [kN] - 0.0 DIN V 105-100 / EN 771-1 Solid sand-lime brick KS 2.2 1.7 5.1 1.6 0.1 1.6 0.4 2.0 1.48 0.8 - - f b ≥ 12 N/mm² FRd [kN] - 0.8 d) - hnom =70mm hnom =90mm 3.6 - - f b ≥ 10 N/mm² FRd [kN] - 0.36 0.8 1.5 c) 4.2 8.36 - f b ≥ 12 N/mm² FRd [kN] - 0.2 brick A e) f b ≥ 12 N/mm Vertically perforated clay brick e) Hlz 1.6 - f b ≥ 12 N/mm² FRd [kN] - 0.5 c) - f) - f) - f) - f) - f) - f) - - - f b ≥ 20 N/mm² FRd [kN] 0.0-9DF brick L 280 10 / 2012 .0-2DF brick G VRd VRd f b ≥ 6 N/mm Vertically perforated clay brick e) Hlz 1.2 1.1 b) 2.2-2DF brick F [kN] HRD 10 2 Vertically perforated clay brick e) VHlz 1.2 - Vertically perforated clay brick e) Hlz 1.6 - 2 Ital.2 - - - f b ≥ 8 N/mm² FRd [kN] - 0.2 d) 1.5 / 8.8 d) 0.4 d) 1.4 - Vertically perforated clay brick Poroton T8 brick M e) f b ≥ 6 N/mm² FRd [kN] - 0.8 - - f b ≥ 8 N/mm² FRd [kN] - 0.0 DIN V 106 / EN 771-2 Lightweight solid block Vbl 0.7 b) / 8.7 5.16 0.2 1.56 - - - FRd [kN] 0.48 f b ≥ 20 N/mm² FRd [kN] 1.24 0.2 FRd [kN] 0.5 / 5.5 / 5.6 f b ≥ 10 N/mm² FRd [kN] 0.2 0.2 b) 1.3 - / 8.8 f b ≥ 20 N/mm² FRd [kN] - f b ≥ 10 N/mm² FRd [kN] - FRd [kN] 0.

48 0.6 (I) - f b ≥ 40 N/mm² FRd [kN] 0.4-3DF brick Q e) f b ≥ 12 N/mm² f b ≥ 8 N/mm² Vertically perforated sand-lime f b ≥ 10 N/mm² brick f b ≥ 12 N/mm² KSL R 1.24 - FRd [kN] 0.6 - FRd [kN] - 0.6 - - FRd [kN] - 0.6 0.21 - 1.HRD Frame anchor Redundant fastening Design resistance Anchor size Hollow sand-lime brick KSL 12/1.36 0.0 - FRd [kN] - - 1.25 d) 281 .2-12DF brick T Ital. Hollow brick Doppio Uni brick C+I e) Span.0 1.6-16DF brick R e) f b ≥ 16 N/mm² Lightweight hollow brick f b ≥ 2 N/mm2 Hbl 2/0.0 f ≥ 8 N/mm² Vertically perforated sand-lime b brick f b ≥ 10 N/mm² KSL 1.3 - - - f ≥ 8 N/mm² Vertically perforated sand-lime b brick f b ≥ 10 N/mm² KSL 1.2 - FRd [kN] - 0.6 0.45 0.25 FRd [kN] - 1.8 - f b ≥ 22 N/mm² FRk [kN] 0.12 - - - 2 FRd [kN] - 0. Hollow brick e) Rojo hydrofugano brick D Span.2 0. Hollow brick Clinker mediterraneo brick K e) French Hollow brick Brique Creuse brick B e) Autoclaved aerated concrete AAC EN 771-4 10 / 2012 AAC 6 FRd [kN] 0.8 - f b ≥ 75 N/mm² FRd [kN] - - 0. Hollow brick Ladrillo perforado brick J e) Span.48 - FRd [kN] - 0.25 d) 2.0 - FRd [kN] 0. Hollow brick e) Mattone brick E Ital.8 - FRd [kN] - - 1.21 - 1.48 0.6 - - FRd [kN] - 0.3 - f b ≥ 6 N/mm2 FRd [kN] - 0. Hollow brick Poroton P700 brick N e) f b ≥ 2 N/mm Ital.36 (C) - 0.8 brick S e) Lightweight concrete hollow block e) Hbl 1.8 - FRd [kN] - 0.8 - - FRd [kN] - - 0.8 1.4 brick O e) HRD 8 HRD 10 hnom =50mm hnom =50mm hnom =70mm hnom =90mm f b ≥ 12 N/mm2 FRd [kN] 0.6 - f b ≥ 6 N/mm² FRd [kN] 0.24 - - - f b ≥ 26 N/mm² FRd [kN] - 0.75 1.6 - - - f b ≥ 15 N/mm² FRd [kN] - - 0.45 AAC 4 FRd [kN] 0.20 - - - AAC 2 FRd [kN] - - 0.6-2DF brick P e) f b ≥ 12 N/mm² FRd [kN] - 0.

28 d) 0.0 DIN V 105-100 / EN 771-1 Solid sand-lime brick KS 2.0 1.57 - f b ≥ 16 N/mm² Frec [kN] - 0.42 0.4 - - - f b ≥ 12 N/mm2 Frec [kN] 0.85 d) 0.11 0.2 3.0-2DF brick e) G Vertically perforated clay brick VHlz 1.4 - / 6.7 f b ≥ 10 N/mm² Frec [kN] 0.8 1.9 / 3.57 f b ≥ 20 N/mm² Frec [kN] - f b ≥ 10 N/mm² Frec [kN] - Frec [kN] 0.85 1.57 0.85 1.85 - f b ≥ 6 N/mm Ital.57 0.9 DIN V 18151-100 / EN 771-3 Hollow clay brick Hlz B 12/1.42 - f b ≥ 28 N/mm² Frec [kN] - 0.0-9DF brick e) L 282 Vrec [kN] Nrec [kN] Vrec [kN] hnom =50mm hnom =50mm 0.2 3.21 - f b ≥ 10 N/mm² Frec [kN] - 0.1 / 5.1 / 5.71 1.4 b) / 6.42 0.85 1.42 - f b ≥ 12 N/mm² Frec [kN] - 0.42 - f b ≥ 10 N/mm² Frec [kN] - 0.25 0.25 - f b ≥ 20 N/mm² Frec [kN] - 0.14 0.21 0.42 - - f b ≥ 10 N/mm² Frec [kN] - 0.34 0.85 d) 1.57 - - f b ≥ 8 N/mm² Frec [kN] - 0.0 - f b ≥ 6 N/mm² Frec [kN] - 0.28 d) - hnom =70mm hnom =90mm 2.2 A e) brick Vertically perforated clay brick Hlz 1.57 0.6-2DF brick H e) Vertically perforated clay brick Poroton T8 brick M e) Vertically perforated clay brick Hlz 1.2-2DF brick F e) Vertically perforated clay brick Hlz 1.28 d) 0.42 f b ≥ 10 N/mm² Frec [kN] 0.1 c) - f) - f) - f) - f) - f) - f) - - - f b ≥ 20 N/mm² Frec [kN] 0.71 - f b ≥ 50 N/mm² Frec [kN] - 0.7 b) 1.57 - - f b ≥ 12 N/mm² Frec [kN] - 0.14 f b ≥ n/a Frec [kN] 0.34 f b ≥ 20 N/mm² Frec [kN] 0.57 0.17 0.25 - f b ≥ 12 N/mm² Frec [kN] - 0.8 b) 6.HRD Frame anchor Redundant fastening Recommended loads a) Anchor size HRD 8 Nrec Concrete C 12/15 Concrete C 16/20 –C 50/60 Solid clay brick Mz 2.8 0.9 / 3.42 - f b ≥ 8 N/mm² Frec [kN] - 0.71 d) 0.0 DIN V 106 / EN 771-2 Lightweight solid block Vbl 0.14 - - - f b ≥ 8 N/mm² Frec [kN] - 0.7 6. solid brick Tufo [kN] HRD 10 2 10 / 2012 .8 b) 1.1 c) 3.

2-12DF brick T Ital.42 (I) - f b ≥ 40 N/mm² Frec [kN] 0.57 - Frec [kN] - - 0.42 0.09 - - - 2 Frec [kN] - 0. Values for hot-dip galanized carbon steel Values for stainless steel Valid for edge distance c≥150mm.71 0.34 - Frec [kN] - 0.42 0.89 f b ≥ 12 N/mm f ≥ 8 N/mm² Vertically perforated sand-lime b brick f b ≥ 10 N/mm² KSL 1.57 - - Frec [kN] - - 0.21 - f b ≥ 6 N/mm2 Frec [kN] - 0.32 0.4-3DF brick Q e) f b ≥ 12 N/mm² f b ≥ 8 N/mm² Vertically perforated sand-lime f b ≥ 10 N/mm² brick f b ≥ 12 N/mm² KSL R 1.43 - - - f b ≥ 15 N/mm² Frec [kN] - - 0.34 0.71 - Frec [kN] 0.6-16DF brick R e) f b ≥ 16 N/mm² Lightweight hollow brick 2 f b ≥ 2 N/mm Hbl 2/0.17 - - - f b ≥ 26 N/mm² Frec [kN] - 0.42 - - Frec [kN] - 0. intermediate values can be interpolated Specification of hollow base material brick types see separate table below Data can be determined by job-site testing.57 - f b ≥ 75 N/mm² Frec [kN] - - 0.42 - f b ≥ 6 N/mm² Frec [kN] 0.57 - f b ≥ 22 N/mm² Frec [kN] 0.42 - Frec [kN] - 0. data for hnom = 50mm can be applied.71 0.6-2DF brick P e) f b ≥ 12 N/mm² Frec [kN] - 0.25 d) 1.71 - Frec [kN] - - 0.4. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations. 10 / 2012 283 .85 - Frec [kN] - 0. Hollow brick e) Poroton P700 brick N Ital.6 d) With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.17 - f b ≥ 25 N/mm² Frec [kN] 0.15 - 0.42 - - Frec [kN] - 0.8 brick S e) Lightweight concrete hollow block e) Hbl 1. Hollow brick Mattone brick E e) Ital. Hollow brick e) Rojo hydrofugano brick D Span.4 brick O HRD 8 HRD 10 hnom =50mm hnom =50mm hnom =70mm hnom =90mm 2 Frec [kN] 0.14 0.25 0.89 Frec [kN] - 0.HRD Frame anchor Redundant fastening Recommended loads a) Anchor size Hollow sand-lime brick e) KSL 12/1.32 AAC 4 Frec [kN] 0.15 - 1. Hollow brick Doppio Uni brick C+I e) Span.25 (C) - 0.14 - - - AAC 2 Frec [kN] - - 0.57 0.21 - - - f ≥ 8 N/mm² Vertically perforated sand-lime b brick f b ≥ 10 N/mm² KSL 1.57 - Frec [kN] - 0. Hollow brick Clinker mediterraneo brick K e) French Hollow brick Brique Creuse brick B e) Autoclaved aerated concrete AAC EN 771-4 a) b) c) d) e) f) f b ≥ 2 N/mm AAC 6 Frec [kN] 0. Hollow brick e) Ladrillo perforado brick J Span.34 0.

5 3.p NRk.p γMc a) [mm] [kN] [kN] Pull-out failure in precast prestressed hollow core slabs Embedment depth db ≥ 25mm Characteristic db ≥ 30mm resistance db ≥ 35mm db ≥ 40mm Partial safety factor ≥ C35/45 ≥ C35/45 ≥ C35/45 ≥ C35/45 hnom ≥ NRk.6 1.8 - - 50 0.p C12/15 NRk.5 6.0 1.p a) γMc [mm] [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] a) In absence of other national regulations 284 10 / 2012 .8 - Pull-out failure in thin skins (weather resistant skins of external wall panels) Embedment depth Characteristic resistance h = 40mm to 100mm Partial safety factor hnom ≥ ≥ C16/20 NRk.p NRk.0 50 4.0 2.5 2.5 1.5 3.0 - 50 3.5 2.8 70 8.p NRk.p γMc a) [mm] [kN] [kN] 50 3.p C12/15 NRk.HRD Frame anchor Redundant fastening Characteristic resistance for pull-out failure (plastic sleeve) for use in concrete Anchor type HRD 8 HRD 10 Pull-out failure in standard concrete slabs Embedment depth Characteristic resistance Partial safety factor hnom ≥ ≥ C16/20 NRk.5 1.

2-12DF LxWxH [mm]: 497x240x248 LxWxH [mm]: 497x175x238 hmin [mm]: 240 hmin [mm]: 175 Hammer drilling 10 / 2012 Rotary drilling 285 .4 KS L 1.4-3DF LxWxH [mm]: 240x175x113 hmin [mm]: 175 Rotary drilling Hammer drilling Hammer drilling Rotary drilling Rotary drilling brick R KS L R 1.HRD Frame anchor Redundant fastening Specification of hollow base material brick types Specification Picture / drilling method Hollow clay bricks according EN 771-1 brick A Hlz B 12/1.2-2DF drilling LxWxH [mm]: 240x115x113 hmin [mm]: 115 brick H Hammer VHlz 1.6-2DF drilling LxWxH [mm]: 240x115x113 hmin [mm]: 115 brick I Doppio Uni LxWxH [mm]: 250x120x190 hmin [mm]: 120 brick K Clinker mediterraneo LxWxH [mm]: 240x113x50 hmin [mm]: 113 brick J Rotary Ladrillo perforado drilling LxWxH [mm]: 240x110x100 hmin [mm]: 110 brick L Hlz 1.0-9DF Hammer LxWxH [mm]: 372x175x238 drilling hmin [mm]: 175 brick M Poroton T8 LxWxH [mm]: 248x365x249 hmin [mm]: 365 brick N Poroton P700 Rotary LxWxH [mm]: 225x300x190 drilling hmin [mm]: 300 Rotary drilling Hollow sand-lime bricks according EN 771-2 brick O brick P KSL 12/1.6-2DF Hammer LxWxH [mm]: 240x115x113 LxWxH [mm]: 240x248x248 drilling hmin [mm]: 115 hmin [mm]: 240 Hammer drilling brick Q KS L 1.8 Hbl 1.2 LxWxH [mm]: 300x240x248 hmin [mm]: 240 Specification Picture / drilling method brick B Brique Creuse Rotary LxWxH [mm]: 210x198x… drilling hmin [mm]: 210 Rotary drilling brick C Doppio Uni LxWxH [mm]: 230x120x100 hmin [mm]: 120 brick E Mattone LxWxH [mm]: 240x180x100 hmin [mm]: 180 brick G Hlz 1.6-16DF Hammer LxWxH [mm]: 480x240x248 drilling hmin [mm]: 240 Rotary drilling Lightweight concrete hollow block according EN 771-3 brick S brick T Hbl 2/0.0-2DF LxWxH [mm]: 240x115x113 hmin [mm]: 110 brick D Rotary Rojo hydrofugano drilling LxWxH [mm]: 240x115x50 hmin [mm]: 115 brick F Rotary Hlz 1.

hot-dip galvanized to min. -KR. -HR. -PR Material Polyamide.5 kN The value for maximum design load of actions per fastening point NSd is valid in general that means all fastening points are considered in the design of the redundant structural system. galvanised to min. -PR2 HRD-CR. steel Hot-dip galvanised Stainless steel 600 480 22. -K. -KR2. -P HRD-HF HRD-CR2.9 15.5 22. Service temperature range Hilti HRD frame anchors may be applied in the temperature range given below.5 11.g.5 10.4404 / 1.4362 / 1. In Absence of a definition by a Member State the following default values may be taken a) Minimum number of fixing points Minimum number of anchors per fixing point Maximum design load of action NSd per fixing point a) 3 1 3 kN 4 1 4. bending resistance M0Rk.3 Material quality Part Sleeve Screw 286 HRD-C.1 580 450 22.9 630 480 35.s HRD 8 [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [mm²] [mm³] [Nm] HRD 10 Galv. Max long term base material temperature Long-term elevated base material temperatures are roughly constant over significant periods of time.4301 / 1. -H. -HR2.8 600 480 35.4401 / 1. Materials Mechanical properties Anchor size Nominal tensile strength f uk Yield strength fyk Stressed cross-section As Moment of resistance W Char.7 27. corrosion class II: 1. colour red Carbon steel.4567 Stainless steel. corrosion class III: 1. 5 µm Carbon steel.9 15.3 29. as a result of diurnal cycling.4571 10 / 2012 .3 600 480 33.6 19. 65 µm Stainless steel.5 21. Temperature range Base material temperature Temperature range -40 °C to +80 °C Maximum long term base material temperature +50 °C Maximum short term base material temperature +80 °C Max short term base material temperature Short-term elevated base material temperatures are those that occur over brief intervals.3 29. steel Stainless steel Galv. e.HRD Frame anchor Redundant fastening Requirements for redundant fastening The definition of redundant fastening according to Member States is given in the ETAG 020.

HRD Frame anchor Redundant fastening Anchor dimensions Anchor size HRD 8 HRD 10 Minimum thickness of fixture tfix.5 Thickness of plastic washer tpw [mm] - 2 Diameter of the screw dS [mm] 6 7 Minimum length of the screw l2.min [mm] 0 0 Maximum thickness of fixture tfix.max [mm] 140 310 Diameter of plastic washer dpw [mm] - 17.min [mm] 65 65 Maximum length of the screw l2.min [mm] 60 60 Maximum length of the sleeve l1.5 Anchor sleeve dnom la dpw tpw Special screw dsc ds l2 dsw dsw 10 / 2012 287 .max [mm] 145 315 Head diameter of countersunk screw dsc [mm] 11 14 Head diameter of hexhead screw dsw [mm] - 17.max [mm] 90 260 Diameter of the sleeve dnom [mm] 8 10 Minimum length of the sleeve l1.

screw driver Setting instruction Additional preparation in case of application in precast prestressed hollow core slabs After drilling follow the main instruction above For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product.HRD Frame anchor Redundant fastening Setting Installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer Other tools TE2 … TE16 hammer. 288 10 / 2012 .

1 ttol h1.3 = 90mm analogue Setting details HRD HRD 8 HRD 10 Drill hole diameter do [mm] 8 10 Cutting diameter of drill bit dcut ≤ [mm] 8.45 Depth of drilled hole to deepest point h1.45 10.1 ≥ [mm] 60 60 h1.2 ttol h1.3 ≥ [mm] - Countersunk screw df ≤ [mm] 8.1 tfix hmin hnom.1 ≥ [mm] 50 50 hnom.HRD Frame anchor Redundant fastening Setting details: depth of drill hole h1 and nominal anchorage depth hnom hnom.2 tfix hmin Application with hnom.3 ≥ [mm] - 100 a) hnom.2 ≥ [mm] - 70 hnom.2 ≥ [mm] - 80 h1.5 11 Hexhead screw df ≤ [mm] - 12 Overall plastic anchor embedment depth in base material Diameter of clearance hole in the fixture Installation temperature a) [°C] 90 a) -10 .+40 for use in AAC 10 / 2012 289 .

N Concrete C12/15 HRD 8 - 40 115 . For edge distance smaller than critical edge distance the design loads have to be reduced.N ccr. see specification of brick types above) Concrete ≥ C16/20 Minimum spacing Masonry and AAC Masonry and AAC Concrete ≥ C16/20 Minimum edge distance Critical spacing in concretea) Critical edge distance in concreteb) Concrete C12/15 Masonry and AAC Concrete ≥ C16/20 Concrete C12/15 Concrete ≥ C16/20 Concrete C12/15 HRD 10 hnom =50mm hnom hnom =50mm =70mm 100 120 hmin hmin hmin [mm] [mm] [mm] 100 smin [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] 100 50 140 70 250 200 (120 d)) 400 (240 d)) 50 100 70 140 100 (60 d)) 62 68 100 140 for c ≥ smin for c ≥ amin smin1 smin2 cmin for s ≥ cmin for s ≥ cmin scr.HRD Frame anchor Redundant fastening Setting parameters Anchor size Minimum base material thickness Concrete Concrete thin skin Masonry (depending on brick type.N scr. Linear interpolation allowed only for brick “Doppio Uni” and “Mattone” 10 / 2012 .300 - 50 100 c) 70 140 c) 250 100 100 50 150 c) 70 210 c) 100 80 90 125 135 100 140 c s2 a a s1 a) b) c) d) 290 a h For spacing larger than the critical spacing each anchor in a group can be considered in design.N ccr.

a2 distances between anchor groups s 291 . minimum spacing and edge distance of anchors and distance between anchor groups in precast prestressed hollow core slabs Anchor type HRD 8 HRD 10 Overall plasic anchor embedment depth in the base material Bottom flange thickness Core distance hnom ≥ [mm] - 50 db ≥ lc ≥ [mm] [mm] - 25 100 Prestressing steel distance Distance between anchor position and prestressing steel Minimum edge distance Minimum anchor spacing Minimum distance between anchor groups lp ≥ [mm] - 100 ap ≥ cmin ≥ smin ≥ amin ≥ [mm] - 50 [mm] [mm] [mm] - 100 100 100 Schemes of distances and spacing Admissible anchor position Hollow core lc hnom db ap ap ap ap Prestressing steel lp c a s c 10 / 2012 a s a a a c1. s2 anchor spacings a1. c2 edge distances s1.HRD Frame anchor Redundant fastening Admissible anchor positions.

Tension loading in concrete The design tensile resistance is the lower value of .5 4.N) Basic design tensile resistance Design steel resistance NRd.s .Steel resistance: NRd.7 2.N (for anchor groups with spacing ≥ scr.c = NRd.HRD Frame anchor Redundant fastening Design method Design method according ETAG 020.p ⋅ (c/ccr.s Anchor size NRd.6 11. issue 2011-02-01.8 11.N each anchor can be considered as acting like a single anchor).s Carbon steel [kN] Stainless steel [kN] HRD 8 HRD 10 hnom =50mm hnom hnom =50mm ≥70mm 7.N) Anchor size NRd.Concrete pull-out resistance: NRd.5 2.7 10 / 2012 .p Design concrete cone NRd. Design resistance according data given in ETA-07/0219.7 4.c = NRd.Concrete cone resistance: NRd.p 292 Carbon steel [kN] Stainless steel [kN] HRD 8 HRD 10 hnom =50mm hnom hnom =50mm ≥70mm 1.7 1.p ⋅ (c/ccr. Valid for a group of two anchors Influence of edge distance The design method is based on the following simplifications: Minimum base material thickness hmin All data for concrete C16/20 – C50/60 No different loads are acting on individual anchors (no eccentricity) Shear without lever arm The values are valid for a single anchor or a anchor group with spacing < scr. Annex C.7 11.p .3 6.6 Design pull-out resistance NRd.7 11.

98 1.73 0.25 1.00 1.07 1.5 8.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fc Anchor type HRD 8 hnom =50mm V0Rd.75 1.59 0.HRD Frame anchor Redundant fastening Shear loading in concrete The design shear resistance is the lower value of .46 0.82 0.53 1.60 1.s 5.35 0.47 h = 120 mm 0. 200 1.20 2. The base material thickness shall not be smaller than the minimum base material thickness hmin. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length Influence of edge distance for different base material thickness a) c [mm] 50 60 70 80 90 100 120 140 160 180 h = 100 mm 0.1 1.80 1.97 2.79 2.72 0.61 fc = h = 150 mm 0.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fc Basic design shear resistance Design steel resistance VRd.59 0.Steel resistance: VRd.55 a) fck.2 HRD 10 hnom hnom =50mm ≥70mm 8.cube/25N/mm²) 0. 10 / 2012 293 .19 220 1.40 1.85 1.41 Combined TENSION and SHEAR loading in masonry The design resistance in masonry and AAC FRd (see basic loading data) shall be used in each load direction for single anchors and anchor groups.cube = concrete compressive strength.41 1.63 1.80 h = 180 mm 0.35 0.5 5.85 1.80 0.5 5.72 0.14 1.97 a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin.57 0.31 1.31 1.8 Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation C 16/20 C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 C 45/55 C 50/60 (ENV 206) 1/2 a) fB = (f ck.48 1.5 8.72 0.22 1.c [kN] a) For anchor groups only the anchors close to the edge must be considered 5.s .65 0.c = V0Rd.Concrete edge resistance: VRd.46 0.89 1.00 1.46 0.35 0.20 1.1 HRD 10 hnom hnom =50mm ≥70mm 5.59 0.00 2.89 1 1.43 1.5 Design concrete edge resistancea) VRd.46 0.34 1.s Anchor size HRD 8 hnom =50mm Carbon steel [kN] Stainless steel [kN] VRd.35 0.c = V0Rd.5 8.

40 0.20 0.20 0.15 0.30 0.35 0.25 0.05 0.15 VRd [kN] - - 0.10 0.35 0.50 0.15 0.30 0.10 - 0. class B Perforated brick.25 0.30 0.15 NRd [kN] - - 0.55 Themalite block.20 0.40 0.Minimum base material thickness .10 - 0.90 0.15 0.15 0.25 0.05 0.HPS-1 Impact anchor HPS-1 Impact anchor Concrete Solid brick Anchor version Benefits HPS-1 .55 Concrete ≥ C16/20 Engineering brick.Loads shall be reduced if the temperature sustains above 40°C Recommended loads a) Anchor size HPS-1 4/0 5/0 5/5 – 5/15 6/0 – 6/25 6/30 – 6/40 8/0 8/10 – 8/40 8/60 – 8/100 NRd [kN] 0.15 0.15 0.12 0.40 0.25 0.30 0.30 0.12 [kN] - - 0.15 0.25 0.15 0.08 0.50 0.55 0.10 0.25 0.55 0.impact anchor for light frames.50 NRd [kN] 0.90 0.35 0.40 0.08 0. 3 hole cammon Themalite block ½ N NRd lightweight VRd Autoclaved aerated concrete AAC 4.Base material as specified in the table .impact and temperature resistant .90 0.25 0.10 0.35 0.55 0.25 0.4 to the design values.35 0.50 0.25 [kN] - - 0.35 0.20 0.30 0.30 0.30 0.25 0.25 0.15 0.08 - 0.05 0.20 0.90 0.10 0.50 NRd [kN] 0.high quality plastic Autoclaved aerated concrete Hollow brick Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to .20 Extruded brick.10 - 0.15 0.05 0.No edge distance and spacing influence .25 0.25 [kN] - - 0. 294 10 / 2012 .40 VRd [kN] 0.35 0. AAC 6 a) With overall global safety factor γ = 5 to the characteristic loads and a partial safety factor of γ = 1.12 0.08 0.50 0.30 VRd [kN] 0. battens and profiles on solid base materials .15 0.40 VRd [kN] 0.10 0. 12 hole.15 0.15 0. Boral NRd 10 VRd [kN] 0.15 0.Correct setting (See setting instruction) . 7 N NRd lightweight VRd [kN] - - 0.05 0.10 0.10 0.35 [kN] 0.40 0.

copper-plated Setting Installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer Other tools HPS-1 4 HPS-1 5 HPS-1 6 HPS-1 8 TE2 – TE16 Screwdriver Setting instruction 10 / 2012 295 . as a result of diurnal cycling. e.6 Carbon steel. Temperature range Base material temperature Temperature range -40 °C to +80 °C Maximum long term base material temperature +50 °C Maximum short term base material temperature +80 °C Max short term base material temperature Short-term elevated base material temperatures are those that occur over brief intervals. Materials Material quality Part Plastic sleeve Screw Material Polyamide 6.HPS-1 Impact anchor Service temperature range Hilti HPS impact anchor may be applied in the temperature range given below. galvanised to 5 µm or Stainless steel.g. Max long term base material temperature Long-term elevated base material temperatures are roughly constant over significant periods of time. grade A2 or Stainless steel. grade A2.

5 – 132.45 Depth of drill hole h1 ≥ [mm] 25 30 40 50 Effective anchorage depth hnom [mm] 20 20 25 30 Anchor length l [mm] 21.5 22 .4 8.35 6. anchor spacing and edge distance Anchor size Spacing Edge distance 296 s c [mm] [mm] HPS-1 4/ HPS-1 5/ HPS-1 6/ HPS-1 8/ 20 20 25 25 30 30 35 35 10 / 2012 .37 27 .5 Max fixture thickness tfix [mm] 2 15 40 100 Installation temperature [°C] -10 to +40 Base material thickness.67 28.35 5.HPS-1 Impact anchor Setting details: depth of drill hole h1 and effective anchorage depth hef Setting details HPS-1 Anchor size HPS-1 4 HPS-1 5 HPS-1 6 HPS-1 8 Nominal diameter of drill bit do [mm] 4 5 6 8 Cutting diameter of drill bit dcut ≤ [mm] 4.

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8 1.3 0.8 0. galvanised 10 / 2012 .5mm Vrec [kN] 0.2 0.metal undercut anchor with metric screw.2 0.6 0.2 0.5mm Vrec [kN] a) With overall global safety factor γ = 3 to the characteristic loads and a design values.Borehole drilling without hammering Recommended loads a) Anchor size M4 Nrec [kN] 0.2 0.7 factor of γ = 1. for drywall .5 0.Base material as specified in the table . galvanised Carbon steel. M5 0.3 0.1 partial safety M6 M8 0.2 0.5 Nrec [kN] 0.5 Nrec [kN] Gypsum board Thickness 2x12.5 0.5 0.No edge distance and spacing influence .reliable undercut Drywall Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to .3 0.9 1.5 Nrec [kN] 0.9 0.5 0. esp.1 Hollow brick web thickness 20mm Vrec [kN] 0.9 1.4 1 0.8 0.6 Nrec [kN] Fibre reinforced gypsum board Thickness 2x12.2 0.5mm Vrec [kN] Nrec [kN] 0.4 to the Materials Material quality Part Sleeve Screw 298 Material Carbon steel.5 0.5 0.6 1 1.HHD-S Cavity anchor HHD-S Cavity anchor Anchor version HHD-S Benefits .2 Gypsum board Thickness 12.5 1 0.metal to metal fastening .Correct setting (See setting instruction) .4 0.25 0.5mm Vrec [kN] 0.3 Fibre reinforced gypsum board Thickness 12.3 Nrec [kN] 0.2 Gypsum board Thickness 10mm Vrec [kN] 0.2 Fibre reinforced gypsum board Thickness 10mm Vrec [kN] 0.2 0.4 0.9 1 0.

25 tfix [mm] 15 25 25 25 25 30 30 M6/9 M6/12 M6/24 M6/40 M8/12 M8/24 M8/40 12 12 12 12 80 88 M6 38 . fixable thickness for pre-setting 10 / 2012 M4/4 M4/6 M4/12 M4/19 M5/8 M5/12 M5/25 do [mm] 8 8 8 8 10 10 10 l h lS ≥ d hmin.40 54 12. fixable thickness for pre-setting Anchor version Nominal diameter of drill bit Anchor length Anchor neck length Screw length Screw diameter Panel thickness Max.max [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] 20 4 25 M4 3-4 32 6 39 M4 6-7 38 12.20 38 8 45 M5 6-8 52 12.5 58 M6 11 .max [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] 38 9 45 M6 7-9 52 12.25 83 40 90 M8 38 – 40 30 30 30 35 do [mm] 12 12 12 l h lS ≥ d hmin. HHD-SZ2 expansion tool Setting instruction Setting details: Setting details HHD-S Anchor version Nominal diameter of drill bit Anchor length Anchor neck length Screw length Screw diameter Panel thickness Max.13 65 25 71 M6 23 .25 tfix [mm] 20 30 30 40 299 .13 66 25 72 M8 23 .13 65 25 71 M5 23 .5 58 M5 11 .HHD-S Cavity anchor Setting Installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer Other tools TE2… TE16 Screwdriver.5 60 M8 11 .13 45 19 52 M4 18 .5 45 M4 10 .

7 a) With overall global safety factor γ ≥ 3 to the characteristic loads and γ ≥ 4 to the mean ultimate loads.4 38. Materials Material quality Material Carbon steel.Correct setting (See setting instruction) .for temporary external applications . galvanised Setting Installation equipment Rotary hammer Other tools 300 TE2… TE30 hammer.high load capacity .7 5.No edge distance and spacing influence .4 14.re-usable (up to 5 times with 30% load reduction) .Base material as specified in the table Recommended loads a) Concrete C 20/25 Young concrete fck.removable HCA 5/8” Concrete Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to .9 13. torque wrench.2 10.5 28.HCA Coil anchor HCA Coil anchor Anchor version Benefits .cube ≥ 14 N/mm² Anchor version HCA 5/8” x 3 ½” 5/8” x 5” 5/8” x 3 ½” 5/8” x 5” Tensile Nrec [kN] 6. blow out pump 10 / 2012 .2 Shear Vrec [kN] 19.big washer: ∅ 34 mm .

HCA Coil anchor Setting instruction Setting details: Setting details HCA Anchor version Nominal diameter of drill bit Cutting diameter of drill bit Diameter of clearance hole in the fixture Anchor length Marking for correct installation Thickness of fixture Depth of drill hole Effective anchorage depth Torque moment Width across Minimum base material thickness Minimum spacing Minimum edge distance for single anchor Minimum edge distance for group of two anchors 10 / 2012 HCA 5/8” x 3 ½” HCA 5/8” x 5” do dcut ≤ [mm] [mm] 16 16.5 2 hef 3 hef 301 .5 df ≤ [mm] 18 l hs tfix h1 ≥ hef Tinst SW hmin smin [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [Nm] [mm] [mm] [mm] c(1)min [mm] 5 hef c(2)min [mm] 10 hef 90 130 19 0 … 11 95 mm – tfix 60 0 … 13 135 mm – tfix 98 180 24.

Base material as specified in the table Recommended loads Anchor size Gypsum board Thickness 12.07 Vrec [kN] 0.self-cutting .27 - Nrec [kN] 0. 5µm 10 / 2012 .25 - a) Pre-drilling with 6mm diameter drill bit Materials Material quality Part HFP HSP Screw 302 Material Polyamide.5 mm Gypsum panel a) Thickness 100 mm HSP HFP Nrec [kN] 0. galvanised to min.quick setting HSP HFP Drywall Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to .HSP / HFP Drywall plug HSP / HFP Drywall plug Anchor version Benefits .18 0.for light fastenings on drywall panel .5 mm Gypsum board Thickness 2x12.No edge distance and spacing influence .1 - Vrec [kN] 0.09 - Vrec [kN] 0.18 Nrec [kN] 0.Correct setting (See setting instruction) . fibre reinforced Zinc die-casting Carbon steel.07 0.

5 303 .HSP / HFP Drywall plug Setting Installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer Other tools Screwdriver with D-B PH2 HSP/HFP duo-bit Setting instruction Setting details: Setting details HSP / HFP Anchor version HSP HFP Max fixture thickness tfix [mm] 15 10 Anchor length l [mm] 39 29 Screw length l [mm] Screw diameter d [mm] 10 / 2012 15 + tfix 4.5 4.

Braunschweig warringtonfire No.8 0.HA 8 Ring / hook anchor HA 8 Ring / hook anchor Anchor version HA 8 R1 Benefits . ≤ C50/60 (fck.No edge distance and spacing influence .cube = 60 N/mm²) Recommended loads Non-cracked concrete Cracked concrete (redundant fastening) 0.Only for redundant fastening Values are only valid for tensile loading . / date of issue UB 3245/1817-5 / 1997-12-12 WF 166402 / 2007-10-26 Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to .Concrete ≥ C 20/25 (f ck.8mm anchor for concrete ceilings .follow-up expansion HA 8 H1 Concrete a) Tensile zone Redundant fastening Fire resistance Redundant fastening only Approvals / certificates Description Fire test report Assessment report (fire) Authority / Laboratory IBMB.cube = 25 N/mm²).hand-setting .Correct setting (See setting instruction) .8 Anchor size Tensile Nrec 304 [kN] 10 / 2012 .

5 µm Mechanical properties of HA 8 Anchor size Nominal tensile strength f uk [N/mm²] Yield strength fyk [N/mm²] HA 8 expansion sleeve 370 270 HA 8 bolt 460 220 Anchor dimensions Anchor size Bolt diameter dR [mm] 5 Length of the anchor l1 [mm] 66 dR l1 Setting Installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer Other tools TE2 … TE16 hammer. blow out pump Setting instruction 10 / 2012 305 . 5 µm Carbon steel. galvanised to min.HA 8 Ring / hook anchor Materials Material quality Part Expansion sleeve Bolt Material Carbon steel. galvanised to min.

anchor spacing and edge distance Anchor size Minimum base material thickness Minimum spacing Minimum edge distance Minimum edge distance at the corner 306 hmin s c ce [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] 100 200 100 150 10 / 2012 .45 Depth of drill hole h1 ≥ [mm] 50 Effective anchorage depth hef [mm] 40 Base material thickness.HA 8 Ring / hook anchor Setting details: depth of drill hole h1 and effective anchorage depth hef Setting details HA 8 Nominal diameter of drill bit do [mm] 8 Cutting diameter of drill bit dcut ≤ [mm] 8.

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cube = 60 N/mm² .for fixing in cracked concrete.g.5 DBZ 6/35 6.0 10 / 2012 .0 4.No edge distance and spacing influence .m [kN] DBZ 6/4. all load directions Anchor size Resistance FRk 308 [kN] DBZ 6/4. redundant fastening only.0 Characteristic resistance. 2011-09-14 WF 166402 / 2007-10-26 a) All data given in this section for DBZ wedge anchor according ETA-06/0179. The anchor is to be used only for redundant fastening for non-structural applications. suspended ceilings DBZ Carbon steel Concrete a) Tensile zonea) Redundant fastening Fire resistance European Technical Approval Benefits CE conformity Redundant fastening only Approvals / certificates Description European technical approval Fire test report Assessment report (fire) a) Authority / Laboratory DIBt DIBt warringtonfire No.Anchors in redundant fastening Mean ultimate resistance. / date of issue ETA-06/0179. e. issue 2011-09-14. Basic loading data for all load directions according design method C of ETAG 001 All data in this section applies to . all load directions Anchor size Load FRu. 2011-09-14 ETA-06/0179.5 DBZ 6/35 4.Concrete C 20/25 fck.Correct setting (See setting instruction) .cube = 25 N/mm² to C50/60.0 6.DBZ Wedge anchor DBZ Wedge anchor Anchor version - well proven simple installation small drill bit diameter reliable setting thanks to simple visual check . fck.

0 5. bending resistance M [Nm] 5. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.5 DBZ 6/35 Nominal tensile strength f uk [N/mm²] 390 390 Yield strength fyk [N/mm²] 310 310 Stressed crosssection As [mm²] 26 26 Char. Materials Mechanical properties of DBZ Anchor size DBZ 6/4. galvanized ≥ 5µm Marking 2 d1 l1 10 / 2012 1 l2 309 .6 1. Annex 1.s Material quality of DBZ Part Material 1 … Anchor shank Cold-formed steel.2 2. galvanized ≥ 5µm 2 … Expansion pin Cold-formed steel. all load directions Anchor size Resistance FRec a) [kN] With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.0 0 Rk.g.5 DBZ 6/35 1.5 DBZ 6/35 2. In Absence of a definition by a Member State the following default values may be taken a) Minimum number of fixing points Minimum number of anchors per fixing point Maximum design load of action NSd per fixing point a) 3 1 2 kN 4 1 3 kN The value for maximum design load of actions per fastening point NSd is valid in general that means all fastening points are considered in the design of the redundant structural system. suspended ceiling.2 DBZ 6/4.4. The value NSd may be increased if the failure of one (= most unfavourable) fixing point is taken into account in the design (serviceability and ultimate limit state) of the structural system e. Requirements for redundant fastening The definition of redundant fastening according to Member States is given in the ETAG 001 Part six.6 [kN] Recommended loads a).DBZ Wedge anchor Design resistance. all load directions Anchor size Resistance FRd DBZ 6/4.

5 2.5 DBZ 6/35 Height anchor head l1 [mm] 2.4 6.5 Max. distance d1 [mm] 6. blow out pump Setting instruction 310 10 / 2012 .5 68 DBZ 6/4.5 DBZ 6/35 Length of anchor shaft l2 Setting Recommended installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer Other tools TE 2 – TE 7 hammer.4 [mm] 37.DBZ Wedge anchor Anchor dimensions Anchor size DBZ 6/4.

5 20 ≤ tfix ≤ 35 5 ≤ tfix < 20 hmin ≥ [mm] 80 80 100 hef [mm] 32 32 Critical spacing scr [mm] 200 200 Critical edge distance ccr [mm] 150 150 Thickness of fixture Minimum member thickness Effective anchorage depth a) tfix [mm] The critical spacing (critical edge distance) shall be kept.DBZ Wedge anchor Member thickness Thickness of fixture df tfix Depth of drill hole hef Anchorage h1 Setting details Fixture e.5 DBZ 6/35 ≤ 4.5 DBZ 6/35 ≤ 4.5 20 ≤ tfix ≤ 35 5 ≤ tfix < 20 h1 ≥ [mm] 40 55 70 d0 [mm] 6 6 dcut ≤ [mm] 6. wire Anchor size DBZ 6/4.g.4 df ≤ [mm] 7 7 Thickness of fixture tfix [mm] Depth of drill hole Nominal diameter of drill bit Cutting diameter of drill bit Clearance hole diameter Base material thickness. anchor spacing and edge distance a) Anchor size DBZ 6/4.4 6. 10 / 2012 311 . Smaller spacing (edge distance) than critical spacing (critical edge distance) are not covered by the design method.

6 VRk [kN] - 5.0 NRk [kN] - 1.fastening door and window frames .Non-cracked concrete: fcc ≥ 20 N/mm .0 VRk [kN] 6.Base material as specified in the table 2 .No edge distance and spacing influence .8 2. KS 12 Sand-lime hollow brick.2 5. KSL HT 8 HT10 NRk [kN] 4.6 VRk [kN] - 5.Correct setting (See setting instruction) . fcc = 30 N/mm² a) Aerated Concrete PP2 Solid brick Mz 12 Sand-lime solid brick.Minimum base material thickness Characteristic resistance Concrete. Braunschweig UB 3016/1114-CM / 2006-03-13 warringtonfire WF 166402 / 2007-10-26 Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to .6 7. / date of issue IBMB.3 VRk [kN] - 0.no risk of distortion or forces of constraint .5 VRk [kN] - 0.0 NRk [kN] 1.expansion cone can not be lost HT Concrete Solid brick Hollow brick Autoclaved aerated concrete Fire resistance Approvals / certificates Description Fire test report Assessment report (fire) Authority / Laboratory No.HT Metal frame anchor HT Metal frame anchor Anchor version Benefits .5 NRk [kN] 1.5 a) Rotary drilling only 312 10 / 2012 .0 NRk [kN] - 0.8 2.

5 Nrec [kN] 0.5 0. Drive screw into anchor. fcc = 30 N/mm² a) Aerated Concrete PP2 Solid brick Mz 12 Sand-lime solid brick. KSL HT 8 HT10 Nrec [kN] 1. screwdriver Setting instruction Drill hole with drill bit.15 Nrec [kN] 0.6 0.8 Vrec [kN] - 0. For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product.6 0.HT Metal frame anchor Recommended loads Concrete.4 1.5 Nrec [kN] - 0.15 a) Rotary drilling only Materials Material quality Part Bolt Sleeve Material steel strength 4.7 Vrec [kN] 0.1 Vrec [kN] - 0. 10 / 2012 313 . zinc plated to 5 µm steel 02 DIN 17162.8. sendzimir zinc plated to 20 µm Setting installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer Other tools TE1 – TE16 hammer. Install anchor.8 Vrec [kN] - 0.5 Nrec [kN] - 0.5 Vrec [kN] - 0. KS 12 Sand-lime hollow brick.

HT Metal frame anchor Setting details: anchor length L and anchorage depth hnom min. 50mm Setting details HT HT 8 8x72 8x92 8x112 Nominal diameter of drill bit do [mm] 8 8 8 Depth of drill hole h1 [mm] 50 50 50 Anchorage depth hnom [mm] 30 30 30 Anchor length L [mm] 72 92 112 Torque moment Tinst [Nm] 4 4 4 Minimum base material thickness hmin [mm] 100 100 100 Drill bit TE-CX-8/22 TE-CX-8/17 HT 8 8x132 8x152 8x182 Nominal diameter of drill bit do [mm] 8 8 8 Depth of drill hole h1 [mm] 50 50 50 Anchorage depth hnom [mm] 30 30 30 Anchor length L [mm] 132 152 182 Torque moment Tinst [Nm] 4 4 4 Minimum base material thickness hmin [mm] 100 100 100 TE-CX-8/22 Drill bit TE-CX-8/27 HT 10 10x72 10x92 10x112 Nominal diameter of drill bit do [mm] 10 10 10 Depth of drill hole h1 [mm] 50 50 50 Anchorage depth hnom [mm] 30 30 30 Anchor length L [mm] 72 92 112 [Nm] 8/4 8/4 8/4 [mm] 100 100 100 Torque moment Tinst Minimum base material thickness hmin a) Drill bit a) First value: solid base material. second value: hollow base material 314 TE-C-10/17 TE-C-10/22 10 / 2012 .

second value: hollow base material 10 / 2012 315 .HT Metal frame anchor HT 10 10x132 10x152 10x182 10x202 Nominal diameter of drill bit do [mm] 10 10 10 10 Depth of drill hole h1 [mm] 50 50 50 50 Anchorage depth h0 [mm] 30 30 30 30 Anchor length L [mm] 132 152 182 202 [Nm] 8/4 8/4 8/4 8/4 [mm] 100 100 100 100 Torque moment Tinst Minimum base material thickness hmin a) Drill bit TE-C10/22 TE-C-10/27 TE-C10/37 a) First value: solid base material.

Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to .5 3. fck.0 a) for all load directions (tension.0 HK6 -R /-HCR HK6L -R /-HCR HK8 -R /-HCR Resistance FRk [kN] 1.Concrete C 20/25.cube = 60 N/mm² . fck.for fixing in cracked concrete.well proven . 2010-06-30 WF 166402 / 2007-10-26 a) All data given in this section for HK Ceiling anchor according ETA-04/0043. e.g. shear and combined tension and shear loads) 316 5. all load directions Anchor size (carbon steel) Resistance FRk a) [kN] Anchor size (stainless steel. . redundant fastening only.small drill bit diameter . The anchor is to be used only for multiple use for non-structural applications.HK Ceiling anchor HK Ceiling anchor Anchor version -Carbon steel -Stainless steel -High corrosion resistant steel HK I a) Tensile zonea) Redundant fastening .0 5.Anchors in multiple use Characteristic resistance. 2010-06-30 ETA-04/0043.No edge distance and spacing influence.0 5. HCR) a) HK6 HK6L HK8 2. issue 2010-06-30.Correct setting (see setting instruction) . / date of issue ETA-04/0043.cube = 25 N/mm² to C50/60.0 10 / 2012 . suspended ceilings -Carbon steel -Stainless steel -High corrosion resistant steel HK Concrete Benefits European Technical Approval Fire resistance CE conformity Redundant fastening only Approvals / certificates Description European technical approval Fire test report Assessment report (fire) a) Authority / Laboratory DIBt DIBt warringtonfire No.

HK Ceiling anchor Design resistance.6 1. or groups of 2 anchors with s1 ≥ 60 mm or groups of 4 anchors with s1 ≥ 100 mm and s2 ≥ 100 mm ≥100 Requirements for multiple use The definition of multiple use according to Member States is given in the ETAG 001 Part six.6 [kN] Anchor size (stainless steel.2 a) for all load directions (tension. shear and combined tension and shear loads) 2.8 1. HCR) Resistance Frec HK6 b) [kN] a) With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1. F ≥scr F Fixing points can be: ≥scr F Single anchors ≥100 - - F ≥ccr F F group of 2 anchors ≥ccr ≥scr ≥60 ≥scr group of 4 anchors - single anchors. The value NSd may be increased if the failure of one (= most unfavourable) fixing point is taken into account in the design (serviceability and ultimate limit state) of the structural system e. In Absence of a definition by a Member State the following default values may be taken a) Minimum number of fixing points Minimum number of anchors per fixing point Maximum design load of action NSd per fixing point a) 3 1 2 kN 4 1 3 kN The value for maximum design load of actions per fastening point NSd is valid in general that means all fastening points are considered in the design of the redundant structural system.8 1. 10 / 2012 317 .4 1. Annex 1. b) for all load directions (tension. HCR) a) Resistance FRd [kN] 0.0 HK6 -R /-HCR HK6L -R /-HCR HK8 -R /-HCR [kN] Anchor size (stainless steel. suspended ceiling. shear and combined tension and shear loads) Special case: Groups of n=2 and/or n=4 anchors with small spacing The basic loading data for a single anchor is valid for one fixing point.g.3 Recommended loads a). all load directions Anchor size (carbon steel) Resistance FRd a) HK6 HK6L HK8 1. all load directions Anchor size (carbon steel) Resistance Frec b) HK6L HK8 0.4 0.4 HK6 -R /-HCR HK6L -R /-HCR HK8 -R /-HCR 0.0 2. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.4.1 2.

1.4571 K6C K6LC K8C high corrosion resistant steel. bending a) resistance M 0 Rk. Anchor size (stainless steel.4 20. Material quality of HK Part Anchor HK6 Anchor HK6L Anchor HK8 Anchor HK6 -R Anchor HK6L -R Anchor HK8 -R Anchor HK6 -HCR Anchor HK6L -HCR Anchor HK8 -HCR Marking K6 K6L K8 Material galvanised steel ≥ 5 µm K6E K6LE K8E stainless steel. HCR) Char.7 18 HK6 -R /-HCR HK6L -R /-HCR HK8 -R /-HCR 4.HK Ceiling anchor Materials Mechanical properties of HK Anchor size (carbon steel) Char.4404 K6X K6LX K8X stainless steel.6 7.s HK6 HK6L HK8 3.0 8.25. 1.6 [Nm] a) Partial material safety factor γMs = 1.4529 or 1.4401or 1.s [Nm] a) Partial material safety factor γMs = 1.4565 Anchor dimension K6L K6L K6L h1 lp l1 lth da 318 10 / 2012 .5. 1. bending resistance a) M 0 Rk.

HK Ceiling anchor Anchor size Thread size Length of thread Length of projection Diameter of sleeve Length of sleeve lth lp da l1 [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] Anchor size Thread size Diameter of sleeve Length of sleeve da [mm] l1 [mm] HK6 M6/tfix M8/tfix external external M6 M8 5 … 50 tfix + 7 - M6/4 external M6 ≥5 11 - M6/tfix external M6 ≥5 ≤ 300 - HK8 I M10 I M12 internal internal M10 M12 12 14 20 20 I M8 internal M8 10 15 HK6L M8/tfix external M8 ≥5 ≤ 300 - I M6 internal M6 12 8 15 I M8 internal M8 12 10 15 I M8/M10 internal M8/M10 12 25 Setting Recommended installation equipment Anchor size HK6 HKL Rotary hammer HK8 TE 2 – TE 16 Stop drill bit SDS 2 SDS 3 Setting tool HSM … / HSM I … HSM 8 … / HSM 8 I … Other tools blow out pump Setting instruction Setting of HK HK … HK … HSM … HSM … SDS … SDS … a) with hand setting tool b) with machine setting tool Setting of HK-I HK …-I HK …-I SDS … a) with hand setting tool 10 / 2012 HSM … SDS … HSM … b) with machine setting tool 319 .

HK Ceiling anchor Setting details h1 K6L K6L K6L h1 lp l1 SDS 2 lth da Stop drill bit Setting tool HSM. torque moment Tmax [Nm] 10 a) In case of through stetting choose stop drill bit with appropriate length b) Use stop drill bit to ensure correct depth of bore hole Setting tool 320 10 / 2012 . torque moment Tmax [Nm] M6/tfix HSM 6 / HSM 8 / HSM 6 / 4 tfix tfix 9 7 7 5 I M6 I M8 HSM 8 / HSM I M6 HSM I M8 tfix 9 9 12 5 h1 [mm] d0 [mm] 8 I M8 HK L M8/tfix SDS 2 42 6 HK8 I M10 I M12 SDS 3 43 Anchor size Stop drill bit a) b) Depth of drill hole Nominal diameter of drill bit HSM 6 / tfix 7 M6/4 HSM-I I M8/M10 HSM 8 I HSM 8 I HSM 8 I HSM 8 I M8 M10 M12 M8 Clearance hole df ≤ [mm] 12 14 16 14 Max. h1 [mm] HK6 M6/tfix M8/tfix SDS 1 32 d0 [mm] 6 Anchor size a) Stop drill bit Depth of drill hole b) Nominal diameter of drill bit Setting tool Clearance hole df ≤ [mm] Max..

10 / 2012 321 .HK Ceiling anchor Base material thickness. Smaller spacing (edge distance) than critical spacing (critical edge distance) are not covered by the design method. anchor spacing and edge distance a) Anchor size Minimum member thickness Effective anchorage depth HK6 hmin ≥ [mm] hef [mm] HKL 80 26 36 Critical spacing scr [mm] 200 Critical edge distance ccr [mm] 150 a) HK8 36 The critical spacing (critical edge distance) shall be kept.

setting without drilling Fire resistance Approvals / certificates Description Allgemeine bauaufsichtliche Zulassung (national approval in Germany) a) Fire test report Assessment report (fire) Sprinkler Authority / Laboratory No. Berlin Z-21.No edge distance and spacing influence .HPD Aerated concrete anchor HPD Aerated concrete anchor Anchor version HPD Autoclaved aerated concrete Sprinkler approved Benefits .Autoclaved aerated concrete (AAC) .Load data given in the tables is independent of load direction Minimum base material thickness 322 10 / 2012 . Cologne UB 3077/3602-Nau. Braunschweig warringtonfire VdS.1-1729.maximum use of base material capacity .anchor for autoclaved aerated concrete .Correct setting (See setting instruction) . Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to .1-1729 / 2011-05-31 IBMB. / date of issue DIBt./ 2002-02-05 WF 166402 / 2007-10-26 G 4981083 / 2008-01-01 a) All data given in this section according Z-21. issue 2011-05-31.

6 0.2 - - - P 3.s 11 21 42 Stainless steel [Nm] The recommended bending moment shall be calculated by dividing the characteristic bending moment by 1. Materials Mechanical properties of HPD Anchor size M6 M8 M10 800 500 500 [N/mm²] Nominal tensile strength f uk 750 565 565 [N/mm²] [N/mm²] Yield strength fyk [N/mm²] 20.8 1.8 - - - AAC 4.4 [kN] 1. AAC 6 [kN] 1.1 P 4.8 P 4.2 Recommended load for a group of two anchor with a spacing 100mm ≤ s ≤ 200mm AAC blocks.8 0.7 31.4 [kN] 1.4 [kN] - - - 0.3 [kN] - - - 0.3 [kN] 0.6 0.6 0.8 1.1 1.1 - - - P 4.8 1.4 0.8 0.8 P 4.2 62. AAC 6 [kN] 0.1 1. AAC wall members AAC ceiling members AAC 2 [kN] 0.6 0.6 - - - AAC 4.4 0.8 0.4 and 1.2 - - - P 3.2 - - - P 3.3 [kN] - - - 0. bending resistance 0 M Rk.1 36. AAC 6 [kN] 0.7 a) in case of small sized AAC blocks (<= 250mm x 500mm x thickness) the recommended load has to be reduced with a factor 0.8 0.6 0.8 0.6 58 Stressed cross-section As [mm²] 12. AAC wall members AAC ceiling members AAC 2 [kN] 0.6 0.6 0.3 [kN] 0.1 1. AAC wall members AAC ceiling members AAC 2 [kN] 0.6 0.25 Carbon steel Stainless steel Carbon steel Stainless steel 10 / 2012 323 .HPD Aerated concrete anchor Recommended loads Non-cracked AAC a) Anchor size Cracked AAC M6 M8 M10 M6 M8 M10 Recommended load for a single anchor AAC blocks.4 [kN] - - - 0.4 [kN] 0.8 1.8 - - - P 4.2 Recommended load for a group of two anchor with a spacing s ≥ 200mm AAC blocks.8 0.3 [kN] 0.1 1.1 1.6 0.6 0.8 0.8 1.4 [kN] 0.8 1.2 - - - P 3.3 [kN] - - - 0.8 - - - P 4.8 1.8 1.7 - - - P 3.6.7 - - - P 3.4 0.6 - - - AAC 4.8 0.3 Moment of resistance W [mm³] 12 19 37 Carbon steel [Nm] Char.4 0.1 1.

5 µm Stainless steel Anchor dimensions Anchor size M6 M8 M10 Minimum thickness of fixture tfix.min [mm] 0 0 0 Maximum thickness of fixture* tfix.8 Length of the expansion sleeve lc [mm] 70 Length of the cone ld [mm] 12 Setting Installation equipment Anchor size Setting tools 324 Manual setting tool (to be used with a hammer) Machine setting (to be used with a rotary hammer in pure hammering mode) M6/10 HPE-G 6/10 M6/30 HPE-G 6/30 M8/10 HPE-G 8/10 M8/20 HPE-G 8/20 - - - - M10/10 M10/30 - - HPE-M 10/10 HPE-M 10/30 10 / 2012 .8 13.HPD Aerated concrete anchor Material quality Part All parts HPD HPD (stainless steel) Material Carbon steel. galvanised to min.max [mm] 30 20 30 Anchor diameter d1 [mm] 9.8 11.

Setting details: depth of drill hole h1 and effective anchorage depth hef Visible setting control (blue ring) tfix hef hmin Setting details HPD M6 M8 M10 Diameter of clearance hole in the fixture df ≤ [mm] 7 9 12 Effective anchorage depth hef [mm] 62 62 62 Torque moment Tinst [Nm] 3 5 8 Width across SW [mm] 10 13 17 10 / 2012 325 . Tighten the nut until the blue ring becomes visible.HPD Aerated concrete anchor Setting instruction Insert the cone bolt by hammering it in. Insert the expansion sleeve over the threaded rod. Bash in the sleeve by hammering or with the machine setting tool. until setting tool touches surface.

1 cmin.anchor cmin.group hmin cmin.group Axis of the plate smin.1 Allowable fixing area for anchors of roof and ceiling plates according DIN 4223 326 Width of plate 10 / 2012 .HPD Aerated concrete anchor Base material thickness.group Minimum to member edge and cmin. anchor spacing and edge distance Anchor size Minimum base material thickness hmin Minimum Of anchors in a group smin.1 smin.1 to vertical joints edge distance to horizontal joints cmin.anchor spacing Of anchor groups smin.2 smin.anchor cmin.2 M8 M10 175 100 / 200 600 [mm] [mm] [mm] M12 [mm] 150 150 150 [mm] 50 50 50 cmin.1 smin.

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Hollow decks where bH < 4.optical setting control Corrosion resistance Approvals / certificates Description Authority / Laboratory No.channel installation .concrete fcc ≥ 50 N/mm² .HKH Hollow deck anchor HKH Hollow deck anchor Anchor version HKH Prestressed hollow core slabs Sprinkler approved Fire resistance Benefits .2 ⋅ bst .Load data for each load direction 328 10 / 2012 . Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to .1-1722 / 2011-10-31 Fire test report IBMB.1-1722. Berlin Z-21. issue 2011-10-31.Correct setting (See setting instruction) .anchor for suspended ceilings & overhead support applications .No edge distance and spacing influence . / date of issue Allgemeine bauaufsichtliche Zulassung (national approval in Germany for single point fastening)a) DIBt. Cologne G 4961028 / 2006-09-05 a) All data given in this section according DIBt approval Z-21. Braunschweig UB 3606 / 8892 / 2002-07-22 Assessment report (fire) warringtonfire WF 166402 / 2007-10-26 Sprinkler VdS.

0 2.5 1.4 24.5 3.9 0.5 1.9 1. classification > C 45/55 .2 1.6 2. Frec spacing.2 2. shear load and all load directions All data applies to: .9 1. s > 200 mm [kN] 1.6 4.5 4.5 3.5 2.0 Recommended load for a group of two anchors with a spacing s ≥ 100 mm and ≤ 200 mm Tensile.4 6.1 1.5 1.7 0.2 1.6 1. 5 µm Stainless steel A4 329 .1 Material quality Part All parts 10 / 2012 HKH (Carbon steel) HKH (stainless steel) Material galvanised to min.5 5.0 4.Hollow decks where bH < 4.3 3.5 2.7 12.0 2.5 2.0 3.6 2.3 5.3 spacing.9 0.HKH Hollow deck anchor Recommended loads Anchor size M6 M8 M10 M6 M8 M10 M6 M8 M10 Recommended load for a single anchor Cavity to surface thickness db [mm] > 25 Tensile. Frec spacing s > 100 mm [kN] 0.Hollow decks.3 5.1 3. s > 200/200 mm [kN] 1.5 2.9 0.2 ⋅ bst Materials Mechanical properties of HKH Anchor size Nominal tensile strength f uk admissible bending resistance Carbon steel Stainless steel Carbon steel Stainless steel [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [Nm] [Nm] M6 800 700 7. s > 100/100 mm [kN] 1. Frec [kN] > 30 > 40 0. s > 100/200 mm [kN] 1.5 8.7 0.0 Recommended load for a group of four anchors with a spacing s ≥ 100mm and ≤ 200mm Tensile.6 spacing.1 M10 500 700 21.4 4.0 spacing.3 The given loads are valid for tensile load.9 2.0 3.2 1.2 1.5 5.1 1.6 1.9 M8 500 700 10.0 2.2 1.9 1.0 2.5 2.

TE 6S. TE 15. TE 6C.HKH Hollow deck anchor Anchor dimensions Anchor size M6 M8 M10 tfix [mm] < 10 < 10 < 10 l1 [mm] 0 0 0 lh1 [mm] 10 10 10 d [mm] 9.8 13.8 11.8 l [mm] 86 88 93 lh [mm] 55 Setting Installation equipment M6 M8 M10 10 12 14 Drill bit TE-CX-10 TE-CX-12 TE-CX-14 Rotary hammer TE 6A. TE 15-C or TE 18-M Anchor size Diameter of drill bit Setting tools Machine setting tool 330 d0 [mm] Torque wrench available 10 / 2012 .

2 ⋅ bst db 10 / 2012 331 .HKH Hollow deck anchor Setting instruction Setting mark must be visible Setting details HKH Anchor size M6 M8 M10 12 14 16 Diameter of clearance hole in the fixture df ≤ [mm] Embedment depth for HKH hs [mm] 55 to 65 Thickness of fixture tfix [mm] ≤ 10 Torque moment Tinst [Nm] 5 10 20 Width across SW [mm] 10 13 17 M8 150 100 M10 [mm] [mm] [mm] 300 Base material thickness.75⋅Frec Specification: bH ≤ 4. anchor spacing and edge distance Anchor size Edge distance M6 a) c> cmin > Spacing between outer anchors of a > neighbouring fixation a) For edge distance < 150 mm the recommended load has to be reduced with F = 0.

Load carried by strong metal channel and screw Drywall Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to .5 mm Gypsum board Thickness 2x12.0 mm Hollow brick "Parpaing Creux B40" 332 M5 / M6 NRk [kN] 0.Technical superiority with up to 92mm fixing thickness .HTB Hollow wall metal anchor HTB Hollow wall metal anchor Anchor version Benefits HTB .10 VRk [kN] 0.Correct setting (See setting instruction) .50 VRk [kN] - NRk [kN] 1.00 NRk [kN] 1.80 VRk [kN] 3.5 mm Fibre reinforced gypsum board Thickness 10 mm Fibre reinforced gypsum board Thickness 12.75 VRk [kN] 0.Ingenious and strong for hollow base materials .20 VRk [kN] 1.80 NRk [kN] 1.No edge distance and spacing influence .35 VRk [kN] 2.Convincing simplicity when setting .5 mm Hollow decks Cavity to surface thickness ≥ 30.70 10 / 2012 .Minimum base material thickness Characteristic resistance Anchor size Gypsum board Thickness 10 mm Gypsum board Thickness 12.Base material as specified in the table .45 NRk [kN] 1.90 NRk [kN] 1.90 NRk [kN] 2.20 VRk [kN] 0.

90 a) With overall global safety factor γ = 3 to the characteristic loads and a partial safety factor of γ = 1.45 Vrec [kN] 0.30 Nrec [kN] 0.40 Vrec [kN] 0.40 Vrec [kN] 0.5 mm Hollow decks Cavity to surface thickness ≥ 30.98 VRd [kN] 0.5 mm Fibre reinforced gypsum board Thickness 10 mm Fibre reinforced gypsum board Thickness 12.HTB Hollow wall metal anchor Design resistance Anchor size Gypsum board Thickness 10 mm Gypsum board Thickness 12.42 NRd [kN] 0.84 NRd [kN] 0.26 Recommended loads a) Anchor size Gypsum board Thickness 10 mm Gypsum board Thickness 12.56 VRd [kN] 0.25 Vrec [kN] 0.60 Nrec [kN] 0.50 Vrec [kN] - Nrec [kN] 0.21 NRd [kN] 0.56 VRd [kN] 0.70 VRd [kN] - NRd [kN] 0.5 mm Hollow decks Cavity to surface thickness ≥ 30.5 mm Gypsum board Thickness 2x12.60 Vrec [kN] 1.84 VRd [kN] 1.0 mm Hollow brick "Parpaing Creux B40" M5 / M6 Nrec [kN] 0.5 mm Gypsum board Thickness 2x12.35 VRd [kN] 0.70 Vrec [kN] 0.15 Nrec [kN] 0.40 NRd [kN] 0.30 Nrec [kN] 0.63 VRd [kN] 1.0 mm Hollow brick "Parpaing Creux B40" M5 / M6 NRd [kN] 0.4 to the design values 10 / 2012 333 .00 Nrec [kN] 0.5 mm Fibre reinforced gypsum board Thickness 10 mm Fibre reinforced gypsum board Thickness 12.42 NRd [kN] 0.

HTB Hollow wall metal anchor Materials Material quality Part Metal channel Cap washer Legs Screw Material Carbon steel galvanized to 5 microns Polypropylene copolymer High impact polystyrene Carbon steel galvanized to 3 microns Setting Installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer Other tools M5 / M6 TE2 … TE16 Screwdriver Setting instruction Setting details: 334 10 / 2012 .

HTB Hollow wall metal anchor Setting details HTB Anchor version M5 Nominal diameter of drill bit M6 do [mm] 13 .14 min h + tfix [mm] 10 max h + tfix [mm] 92 Minimum space of cavity l [mm] 48 Screw length l [mm] 12 + h + tfix Screw size d Tightening torque Tinst Thickness of wall and fixture 10 / 2012 [Nm] M5 M6 3 5 335 .

simple setting Insulation Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to .14 Solid clay brick Mz 20 – 1.6 – 2DF Nrec [kN] 0.Base material as specified in the table .Minimum base material thickness .IDP Insulation fastener IDP Insulation fastener Anchor version IDP Concrete Solid brick Hollow brick Benefits .8 – 6DF Nrec [kN] 0.4 – 3DF Nrec [kN] 0.for insulating up to 15 cm .4 to the design values.No edge distance and spacing influence .04 a) With overall global safety factor γ = 5 to the characteristic loads and a partial safety factor of γ = 1.04 b) Hollow sand-lime brick KSL 12 – 1.14 Hollow clay brick Hlz 12 – 0.Loads shall be reduced and number of fasteners shall be increased if the temperature sustains above 40°C Recommended loads a) IDP Concrete ≥ C16/20 Nrec [kN] 0. b) Drilling without hammering 336 10 / 2012 .8 – NF Nrec [kN] 0.Correct setting (See setting instruction) .14 Solid sand-lime brick KS 12 – 1.

IDP Insulation fastener Recommended number of IDP not regarding wind suction Number of fasteners per m2 Expanded polystyrene density ≤ 40 (EPS) kg/m3 Polyurethane (PU) Mineral wool density ≤ 150 kg/m3 thickness ≤ 150 mm 4 thickness ≤ 100 mm 4 thickness ≤ 150 6 mm The data is only valid if no further material is applied on the insulation. Otherwise number of fasteners have to be increased. Materials Material quality Part Plastic sleeve Material Polypropylene Setting installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer Other tools IDP TE2 … TE16 Hammer Setting instruction 10 / 2012 337 . plaster.g. e.

IDP Insulation fastener Setting details: depth of drill hole h1 and effective anchorage depth hnom Setting details IDP Anchor version IDP 0/2 2/4 4/6 6/8 8/10 10/12 13/15 Nominal diameter of drill bit do [mm] 8 Cutting diameter of drill bit dcut ≤ [mm] 8.45 Depth of drill hole h1 ≥ [mm] l – tfix + 10 mm ≥ 40mm Effective anchorage depth hnom [mm] 25 Anchor length l [mm] 50 70 90 110 130 150 180 Max fixture thickness tfix [mm] 20 40 60 80 100 120 150 Installation temperature 338 [°C] 0 to +40 10 / 2012 .

IDP Insulation fastener 10 / 2012 339 .

2 Nrec [kN] 0.IZ Insulation fastener IZ Insulation fastener Concrete Solid brick Hollow brick Anchor version Benefits IZ .No edge distance and spacing influence .167 4 340 10 / 2012 .Base material as specified in the table .15 4 thickness ≥ 40 mm 0.4 a) Drilling without hammering Nrec [kN] 0.2 Nrec [kN] 0. with slip-on-plate HDT 140 thickness ≥ 40 mm 0.8 Hollow clay brick Hlz 12 – 1. number of fasteners Expanded polystyrene (EPS thickness ≥ 40 mm 0.13a) Nrec [kN] 0. type WV Mineral wool.perfect flush setting Insulation Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to . for plastered surfaces .15 5 Mineral wool.15 5 Mineral wool.2 Nrec [kN] 0.Insulation fastener esp. type lamella. type HD thickness ≥ 40 mm 0.Correct setting (See setting instruction) .0 Solid sand-lime brick KS 12 – 1.0 Hollow sand-lime brick KSL 12 – 1.Minimum base material thickness Recommended loads IZ Concrete ≥ C16/20 Solid clay brick Mz 12 – 2.30mm setting depth .17 Recommended pull-through loads and number of IZ in insulation IZ Pull-through loads [kN] Min.

min [mm] 70 Maximum length of the sleeve l1.IZ Insulation fastener Materials Material quality Part Anchor sleeve Expansion pin Material Polypropylene Polyamide.max [mm] 205 l1 hnom hef ∅60 dnom l2 Setting installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer Other tools 10 / 2012 IDP TE2 – TE16 Hammer. fibre reinforced ≥ 50%.min [mm] 65 Maximum length of the screw l2. stepped-drill TE-C 8/12-370 is necessary when ttol > 30mm 341 . Anchor dimensions Anchor size IZ Minimum thickness of insulation hD.min [mm] 0 Maximum thickness of insulation hD.max [mm] 210 Minimum length of the screw l2.max [mm] 180 Diameter of the sleeve dnom [mm] 8 Minimum length of the sleeve l1.

IZ Insulation fastener Setting instruction Setting details: hef ttol hD hnom h1 h 342 10 / 2012 .

45 Depth of drill hole h1 ≥ [mm] 50 Effective anchorage depth hef [mm] 30 Overall embedment depth hnom [mm] 40 Installation temperature [°C] 0 to +40 [mm] [mm] [mm] 100 100 100 Setting parameters Anchor size Minimum base material thickness Spacing Edge distance hmin smin cmin cmin smin cmin 10 / 2012 smin hmin 343 .IZ Insulation fastener Setting details IZ Anchor version Nominal diameter of drill bit do [mm] 8 Cutting diameter of drill bit dcut ≤ [mm] 8.

8 – 6DF Nrec [kN] 0.a non-flammable metal fastener .IDMS / IDMR Insulation fastener IDMS / IDMR Insulation fastener Anchor version IDMS Carbon steel IDMR Stainless steel Concrete Solid brick Hollow brick Benefits .Base material as specified in the table .1 Solid clay brick Mz 20 – 1.04 Hollow sand-lime brick KSL 12 – 1.1 Hollow clay brick Hlz 12 – 0. Braunschweig No.6 – 2DF Nrec [kN] 0. / date of issue PB 3136/2315 / 2005-12-02 Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to .4 – 3DF a) Drilling without hammering 344 10 / 2012 .Loads shall be reduced and number of fasteners shall be increased if the temperature sustains above 40°C Recommended loads IDMS / IDMR Concrete ≥ C16/20 Nrec [kN] 0.IDMS-T / IDMR-T insulation plate for non self-supporting insulation material Fire resistance Insulation Approvals / certificates Description Fire test report Authority / Laboratory IBMB.04a) Nrec [kN] 0.No edge distance and spacing influence .Correct setting (See setting instruction) .for insulating material up to 15 cm thick .Minimum base material thickness .8 – NF Nrec [kN] 0.1 Solid sand-lime brick KS 12 – 1.

Materials Material quality Part IDMS IDMR Material Carbon steel.g. e. Otherwise number of fasteners has to be increased.IDMS / IDMR Insulation fastener Recommended number of IDMS / IDMR not regarding wind suction Number of fasteners per m2 Expanded polystyrene (EPS) Polyurethane (PU) density thickness 3 ≤ 40 kg/m ≤ 150 mm 4 thickness ≤ 100 mm 6 Mineral wool density ≤ 150 3 kg/m thickness 8 ≤ 150 mm The data is only valid if no further material is applied on the insulation. grade 1. galvanised to 16 µm Stainless steel. plaster.4301 Setting installation equipment IDMS / IDMR Rotary hammer Other tools TE2 – TE16 Hammer Setting instruction 10 / 2012 345 .

45 Depth of drill hole h1 ≥ [mm] l – tfix + 10 mm ≥ 60mm Effective anchorage depth hnom [mm] Anchor length l [mm] 80 110 140 170 200 Max fixture thickness tfix [mm] 30 60 90 120 150 hmin smin cmin [mm] [mm] [mm] l – tfix ≥ 50 30 – 50 full load capacity load reduction with factor 0.5 Setting parameters Anchor size Minimum base material thickness Spacing Edge distance 100 100 100 cmin smin cmin 346 smin hmin 10 / 2012 .IDMS / IDMR Insulation fastener Setting details: depth of drill hole h1 and effective anchorage depth hnom Setting details IDMS / IDMR Anchor version IDMS / IDMR 0/3 3/6 6/9 9/12 12/15 Nominal diameter of drill bit do [mm] 8 Cutting diameter of drill bit dcut ≤ [mm] 8.

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Adhesive anchoring systems 348 10 / 2012 .

Adhesive anchoring systems Adhesive anchoring systems Foil capsule systems Injection mortar systems 10 / 2012 349 .

Braunschweig Fire test report IBMB.HVZ Adhesive anchor HVZ Adhesive anchor Mortar system Benefits Hilti HVU-TZ foil capsule HAS-TZ HAS-R-TZ HAS-HCR-TZ rod Concrete Tensile zone Fire resistance Fatigue Shock Corrosion resistance .Correct setting (See setting instruction) . as specified in the table .high loading capacity .Concrete C 20/25. long ter m/short term base material temperature: +50°C/80°C) . in civil defence installations Bern Fatigue loading DIBt. as specified in the table .Base material thickness.Embedment depth. fck. base material temperature -40°C. Brunswick Assessment report (fire) warringtonfire a) All data given in this section according ETA-03/0032. issue 2008-09-29.Steel failure .Temperate range I (min. max.Installation temperature range 0°C to +40°C 350 10 / 2012 . / date of issue ETA-03/0032 / 2008-09-29 BZS D 09-602 / 2009-10-28 Z-21.suitable for cracked and noncracked concrete C 20/25 to C 50/60 . Berlin Fire test report ZTV-Tunnel IBMB.3-1692 / 2012-03-07 UB 3357/0550-2 / 2001-06-26 UB 3357/0550-1 / 2001-04-17 WF 166402 / 2007-10-26 Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to For details see Simplified design method . Berlin Approval for shockproof fastenings Federal Office for Cicil Protection.cube = 25 N/mm² .No edge distance and spacing influence . as specified in the tables .suitable for dry and water saturated concrete High corrosion resistance European Technical Approval CE conformity PROFIS Anchor design software Approvals / certificates Description Authority / Laboratory European technical approval a) DIBt.One anchor material. No.

6 40.6 19.4 HVZ Characteristic resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.2 25.0 25.0 51.6 111. issue 2008-09-29 M10x75 M12x95 M16x105 M16x125 M20x170 [kN] 32.1 74.1 15.8 53.0 Shear Vrec [kN] 10.5 53.cube = 25 N/mm².0 51. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.4 24. Mean ultimate resistance.9 26.8 Shear VRk [kN] 18.0 88.3 15. 10 / 2012 351 .9 28.3 72.4 33. characteristic resistance.m HVZ M10x75 Data according ETA-03/0032.0 51.6 67. anchor HVZ Anchor size Non cracked concrete Tensile Nrec HVZ M10x75 Data according ETA-03/0032.8 40.6 Shear VRd HVZ Cracked concrete Tensile NRd HVZ [kN] 14.2 Shear VRd [kN] 14.6 53.4 29.3 79.3 38.HVZ Adhesive anchor Embedment depth and base material thickness for the basic loading data.m [kN] 18.6 53.4 53.0 27.1 50.6 92.4 HVZ Recommended loads a): concrete C 20/25 – fck.cube = 25 N/mm².1 29.7 50.1 29. anchor HVZ Anchor size Non cracked concrete Tensile NRk HVZ Data according ETA-03/0032.3 15.9 18.6 40.8 40.9 28. issue 2008-09-29 M10x75 M12x95 M16x105 M16x125 M20x170 [kN] 21.6 22.m HVZ [kN] 18.3 70.0 [kN] 23.cube = 25 N/mm².4 [kN] 15.8 70. anchor HVZ Anchor size Non cracked concrete Tensile NRu.2 44.4 53.8 33. recommended loads.8 70.1 149.4 Shear VRu.1 50. Anchor size Embedment depth [mm] Base material thickness [mm] M10x75 75 150 M12x95 95 190 M16x105 105 210 M16x125 125 250 M20x170 170 340 Mean ultimate resistance a): concrete C 20/25 – fck.2 47.0 51.6 53.4. anchor HVZ Anchor size Non cracked concrete Tensile NRd HVZ Data according ETA-03/0032.6 92.9 Shear VRk HVZ Cracked concrete Tensile NRk HVZ [kN] 18.3 HVZ a) With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1. issue 2008-09-29 M12x95 M16x105 M16x125 M20x170 [kN] 36.4 94.4 21.9 33.2 Shear VRu.8 40. issue 2008-09-29 M12x95 M16x105 M16x125 M20x170 [kN] 15.0 HVZ Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.4 51.cube = 25 N/mm².7 36. design resistance.0 54.0 88.3 Shear Vrec HVZ Cracked concrete Tensile Nrec HVZ [kN] 10.3 [kN] 11.0 27.4 29.4 [kN] 31.m HVZ Cracked concrete Tensile NRu.0 38.4 21.1 106.

issue 2008-09-29 M10x75 M12x95 M16x105 M16x125 M20x170 HAS-(R) (HCR)TZ [N/mm²] 800 HAS-(R) (HCR)TZ [N/mm²] 640 tension [mm²] 44. as a result of diurnal cycling.4547 HAS-TZ HAS-R-TZ HAS-HCR-TZ Anchor dimensions Anchor size Anchor embedment depth 352 [mm] M10x75 75 M12x95 95 10 / 2012 . Materials Mechanical properties of HAS-TZ Anchor size Nominal tensile strength f uk Yield strength fyk Stressed crosssection As Moment of resistance W Data according ETA-03/0032. Temperature range Base material temperature Temperature range I -40 °C to +80 °C Maximum long term base material temperature +50 °C Maximum short term base material temperature +80 °C Max short term base material temperature Short-term elevated base material temperatures are those that occur over brief intervals. e.6 113 113 227 shear [mm²] 50.2 63.g.6 236 236 541 M16x105 105 M16x125 125 M20x170 170 Material quality Part Material carbon steel strength class 8.8 stainless steel 1.4571 high corrosion resistance steel 1. Max long term base material temperature Long-term elevated base material temperatures are roughly constant over significant periods of time.4529 and 1.3 73.HVZ Adhesive anchor Service temperature range Hilti HVZ adhesive anchor with anchor rod HAS-TZ may be applied in the temperature ranges given below.3 89. An elevated base material temperature may lead to a reduction of the design bond resistance.9 141 141 245 HAS-(R) (HCR)TZ [mm³] 50.4401 and 1.

For technical data for anchors in diamond drilled holes please contact the Hilti Technical advisory service. In wet concrete the curing time must be doubled. 10 / 2012 353 . issue 2007-01-03 Temperature Curing time before anchor can be fully of the loaded tcure base material ≥ 20 °C 20 min 10 °C to 20 °C 30 min 0 °C to 10 °C 60 min These data are valid for dry concrete only. hammer drilling For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product.HVZ Adhesive anchor Setting installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer Tools M10x75 M12x95 M16x105 TE 2 – TE 16 / TE30/40 Setting tools M16x125 M20x170 TE 50 – TE 70 Setting instruction Dry and water-saturated concrete. Curing time for general conditions Data according ETA-04/0084.

sp [mm] 1. The simplified formula given in this table is on the save side.N 2 ccr. a) h: base material thickness (h ≥ hmin) b) The critical edge distance for concrete cone failure depends on the embedment depth hef and the design bond resistance.HVZ Adhesive anchor Setting details Anchor size Nominal diameter of drill bit Data according ETA-03/0032. 354 10 / 2012 .5 hef 90 150 scr.sp [mm] 2 ccr. issue 2008-09-29 M10x75 M12x95 M16x105 M16x125 M20x170 d0 [mm] 12 14 18 18 25 Diameter of element d [mm] 10 12 16 16 20 Effective anchorage depth hef [mm] 75 95 105 125 170 Drill hole depth h1 [mm] 90 110 125 145 195 Minimum base material thickness Diameter of clearance hole in the fixture Cracked concrete Minimum spacing Minimum edge distance Non cracked concrete Minimum spacing Minimum edge distance Critical spacing for splitting failure Critical edge distance for splitting failure Critical spacing for concrete cone failure Critical edge distance for concrete cone failure Torque moment c) hmin a) [mm] 150 190 210 250 340 df [mm] 12 14 18 18 22 smin [mm] 50 60 70 70 80 cmin [mm] 50 60 70 70 80 smin [mm] 50 60 70 70 80 cmin [mm] 50 70 85 85 80 scr.sp ccr.N b) 1.N ccr.5 hef Tmax [Nm] 40 50 90 For spacing (edge distance) smaller than critical spacing (critical edge distance) the design loads have to be reduced. c) This is the maximum recommended torque moment to avoid splitting failure during installation for anchors with minimum spacing and/or edge distance.

0 60.6 22.5 53.9 26.6 [kN] 15.Concrete cone resistance: - NRd.Combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance: 0 NRd.p ⋅ fB. issue 2007-01-03. (The method may also be applied for anchor groups with more than two anchors or more than one edge distance.N Basic design tensile resistance Design steel resistance NRd.p Temperature range I 10 / 2012 M10x75 75 Data according ETA-03/0032.p ⋅ fh.p Temperature range I Cracked concrete N0Rd.p ⋅ fh.Steel resistance: NRd.8 33. Annex C. Annex C.s . Tension loading The design tensile resistance is the lower value of .HVZ Adhesive anchor Simplified design method Simplified version of the design method according ETAG 001.p ⋅ fB.p Anchor size Embedment depth hef [mm] Non cracked concrete N0Rd. issue 2008-09-29 M12x95 M16x105 M16x125 M20x170 95 105 125 170 [kN] 21.3 Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance NRd. The calculated design loads are then on the save side: They will be lower than the exact values according ETAG 001.sp ⋅ f2.3 34. Design resistance according data given in ETA-03/0032.N ⋅ f3.p = N Rd.s Anchor size HAS-TZ NRd.s HAS-R-TZ HAS-HCR-TZ Data according ETA-03/0032.sp ⋅ f3. For more complex fastening applications please use the anchor design software PROFIS Anchor.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.2 47.p = N0Rd.0 121.sp = N Rd.N Concrete splitting resistance (only non-cracked concrete): 0 NRd.N ⋅ fh.p .c = N0Rd. Influence of concrete strength Influence of edge distance Influence of spacing Valid for a group of two anchors.0 60.sp ⋅ fre. it is recommended to use the anchor design software PROFIS anchor) The design method is based on the following simplification: No different loads are acting on individual anchors (no eccentricity) The values are valid for one anchor. issue 2008-09-29 M10x75 M12x95 M16x105 M16x125 M20x170 [kN] 23. The influencing factors must then be considered for each edge distance and spacing.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.7 36.1 74.N ⋅ f2.N ⋅ fre. To avoid this.2 355 .sp ⋅ f h.2 25.

5⋅(1 + s/scr.07 a) fck.cube/25N/mm²)0.N ⋅ f3.2 N Rd. This influencing factor must be considered for every anchor spacing.cube = concrete compressive strength.1 a) 1 1.2 0.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.1 s/scr.80 0.9 1 0.55 Influence of edge distance a) c/ccr.5 53.sp = N0Rd.65 0.sp ⋅ fre. issue 2008-09-29 Anchor size M10x75 M12x95 M16x105 M16x125 M20x170 0 21.85 0.55 0.90 0.91 0.N Data according ETA-03/0032.typ Influence of concrete strength on concrete cone resistance Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 fB = (f ck.N) ≤ 1 0.N c/ccr.70 0.1 1.cube/25N/mm²)1/2 a) 1 1.7 0.N = (hef/hef.97 1 0.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.76 0.sp f 3.06 1.2 0.HVZ Adhesive anchor Design concrete cone resistance NRd.9 31.3⋅c/ccr.sp) ≤ 1 a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin given in the table with the setting details.7 + 0.1 0.N = 0.N) ≤ 1 0. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.sp = 0.sp ⋅ f3. Influence of anchor spacing a) s/scr.85 0.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f h.sp f 1.2 47.22 1.41 a) fck.8 0.3 0.2 25.95 1 f 3.N 0.9 1 0.70 0.8 0.3⋅c/ccr. Influence of embedment depth on concrete cone resistance fh.08 1.p = (f ck. These influencing factors must be considered for every edge distance.6 0.5⋅(1 + s/scr.48 1.N ⋅ fre.88 0.6 0.N = 0.5 0.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.34 1.6 N Rd.4 0.5 0.79 0.65 0.typ) 356 1.8 33.N ≤ 1 f 1.2 36.sp = 0.94 0.N ⋅ f2.c Non cracked concrete [kN] 0 15.80 0.90 0.5 10 / 2012 . measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.p = hef/hef.sp = 0.7 + 0.7 0.6 22.4 0.c Cracked concrete [kN] a) Splitting resistance must only be considered for non-cracked concrete Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 f B.75 0.N Design splitting resistance a) NRd.N = 0.sp ⋅ f2.1 74.N ⋅ f1.sp ≤ 1 f 2.09 Influence of embedment depth on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance fh.04 1.cube = concrete compressive strength.73 0.c = N0Rd.sp) ≤ 1 a) The anchor spacing shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin given in the table with the setting details.60 0.75 0.02 1.60 0.55 0.82 0.3 0.N ⋅ fh.85 0.95 1 f 2.

48 1.Steel resistance: - VRd.1 1.9 a) For anchor groups only the anchors close to the edge must be considered.9 0.34 1.s Anchor size VRd.4 24.0 Data according ETA-03/0032.5 + hef/200mm ≤ 1 a) This factor applies only for dense reinforcement.Concrete edge resistance: VRd.55 357 .c [kN] 2.8 78.8 5.7 f re.22 1.75 0.c: Design concrete cone resistance Design concrete edge resistance a) VRd.cp = lower valuea) of k ⋅ NRd.9 10.s HAS-HCR-TZ [kN] M10x75 14.c = V0Rd.3 5.p and k ⋅ NRd.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 Cracked concrete Non-cracked concrete M10x M12x M16x M16x M20x M10x M12x M16x M16x M20x 75 95 105 125 170 75 95 105 125 170 0 3.6 40.95 1 0.7 9.4 Design concrete pryout resistance VRd. then a factor f re = 1 may be applied.cube = concrete compressive strength. a) Shear loading The design shear resistance is the lower value of .HVZ Adhesive anchor Influence of reinforcement hef [mm] 40 50 60 70 80 90 ≥ 100 a) a) a) a) a) 0. issue 2008-09-29 M12x95 M16x105 M16x125 M20x170 21.0 V Rd.cube/25N/mm²) 1 1.cp = k ⋅ lower value of NRd.3 11.s HAS-TZ HAS-R-TZ VRd.N = 0.7 6. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length 10 / 2012 C 45/55 C 50/60 1.p and NRd.8 40.c k = 1 for hef < 60 mm k = 2 for hef ≥ 60 mm a) NRd.s Concrete pryout resistance: .c VRd.p: Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance NRd.8 0.8 44.5 7. Anchor size Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) 1/2 a) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 fB = (f ck.7 3.4 [kN] 16.8 70.85 0.c = V0Rd.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 Basic design shear resistance Design steel resistance VRd.0 44.41 a) fck. If in the area of anchorage there is reinforcement with a spacing ≥ 150 mm (any diameter) or with a diameter ≤ 10 mm and a spacing ≥ 100 mm.

63 7.68 1.84 1.25 9.91 5.00 6.28 4.26 6.38 3.81 3.11 4.35 0.35 0.00 0.15 0.00 11.63 0.15 6.41 5.22 7.56 4.42 7.00 1.11 8.56 4.54 6.71 0.63 0.67 5.52 3.97 10.75 0.5 0.65 0.84 1.00 9.40 1.83 2.21 8.50 2.55 6.65 0.57 4.38 3.25 12.62 7.35 ≥ 1.59 1.00 7.50 11.44 4.75 4.40 1.32 2.98 1.26 10.25 6.63 2.81 7. Precalculated values Recommended loads can be calculated by dividing the design resistance by an overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.87 5.25 0.20 5.54 0.79 9.50 8.50 9.45 5.45 8.07 1.55 4.83 2.55 7.20 5.40 0.41 5.15 2. 358 10 / 2012 .38 9.00 1.16 3.32 2.43 5.40 1.32 2.70 6.14 5.40 1.75 7.25 4.39 8.88 2.65 0.76 4.HVZ Adhesive anchor Influence of angle between load applied and the direction perpendicular to the free edge Angle ß fβ = 0° 10° 20° 30° 40° 50° 60° 70° 80° ≥ 90° 1 1.50 6.15 4.06 2.75 0.64 4.38 3.21 4.38 3.96 5.35 0.76 3.35 5.35 0.84 1.32 1.83 2.84 1.18 6.60 4.25 5.44 2.25 3.89 7.35 0.38 3.38 3.90 6.69 2.31 6.98 2.26 1.46 3.49 8.95 3.00 1.5  Influence of base material thickness h/c fh = {h/(1.00 5.35 0.96 7.00 1.90 8.33 5.35 0.65 2.30 5.84 1.40 1.49 2.65 0.96 3.50 1.98 5.17 2.32 3.03 3.12 1.65 2.73 7.36 6.95 3.25 5.57 2.54 6.95 8.00 3.99 9.00 6.75 7.56 4.45 9.95 3.50 7.56 2.27 6.50 4.32 2.25 2.5 ⋅ (1 + s / [3 ⋅ c]) ⋅ 0.9 1.35 0.83 8.06 4.74 7.11 3.50 5.84 1.83 2.50 12.84 1.03 6.88 9.53 1.04 7.92 8.50 0.75 6.51 4.36 7.67 9.12 4.83 2.63 6.35 0.73 3.00 1.36 4.00 1.35 0.83 2.56 3.93 1.75 5.16 7.85 distance shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin and the Combined tension and shear loading For combined tension and shear loading see section “Anchor Design”.90 4.55 5.65 0.55 3.81 3.00 8.66 8.40 1.94 9.05 6.24 1.86 5.50 8.65 0.02 8.84 5.31 8.75 10.84 1.08 5.18 5.83 2.50 5.61 3.55 10.75 0.16 7.69 7.64 1.90 3.3 0.38 2.99 5.45 7.33 4.32 2.50 9. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.12 2.25 3.95 2.15 3.26 3.00 1 (cos αV )2 +  sin αV  2  2.40 1.45 0.63 5.02 7.65 1.37 2.86 3.78 7.32 2.50 6.22 8.87 4.26 5.68 3.00 3.51 3.86 0.83 6.71 6.25 8.83 2.00 1.65 0.40 1.19 3.27 7.00 1.95 3.77 1.5 ⋅ c)} 2/3 ≤1 Influence of anchor spacing and edge distance a) for concrete edge resistance: f4 f4 = (c/hef)1.72 5.32 2.35 0.36 3.05 1.50 0.85 6.22 9.00 1.5 Single anchor 0.83 1.35 4.32 2.49 1.38 1.87 6.65 0.65 0.17 8.79 0.56 3.00 1.35 0.32 1.25 7.75 4.55 4.47 7.81 6.38 1.44 6.32 2.08 7.38 3.45 0.78 7.56 4.22 0.32 2.35 0.09 9.30 6.93 6.95 3.6 0.08 6.30 2.75 2.40 1.59 6.10 6.77 2.35 0.25 1.2 1.72 8.00 2.4.00 5.01 1.00 1.47 2.40 1.59 8. c/hef Group of two anchors s/hef 3.75 1.74 10.00 4.33 a) The anchor spacing and the edge minimum edge distance cmin.61 5.27 0.50 3.34 0.35 0.29 6.82 1.20 2.83 4.95 3.57 5.75 7.22 1.65 0.40 1.88 1.94 2.20 3.02 10.65 1.25 0.73 4.86 5.76 4.54 0.38 5.00 1.20 5.75 10.65 0.04 5.40 1.84 1.84 0.05 1.86 4.75 4.74 3.68 4.43 0.17 9.00 1.65 0.99 8.75 6.84 1.90 5.98 3.97 2.99 7.15 4.13 1.25 6.31 7.18 5.94 4.25 5.73 8.84 1.

issue 2008-09-29 Anchor size M10x75 M12x95 M16x105 M16x125 M20x170 Embedment depth hef = [mm] 75 95 105 125 170 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 150 190 210 250 340 Tensile NRd: single anchor.4 10.6 40.6 22.6 HVZ-R HVZ-HCR Cracked concrete HVZ HVZ-R [kN] 15.5 5.2 47.0 44.4 27. edge distance (c = cmin) . issue 2008-09-29 Anchor size M10x75 M12x95 M16x105 M16x125 M20x170 Embedment depth hef = [mm] 75 95 105 125 170 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 150 190 210 250 340 Tensile NRd: single anchor.8 33.cube = 25 N/mm² Data according ETA-03/0032.1 74.4 HVZ-HCR 10 / 2012 359 .7 36.cube = 25 N/mm² Data according ETA-03/0032.9 7.HVZ Adhesive anchor Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.4 HVZ-R [kN] 16.8 26.9 HVZ-HCR Cracked concrete cmin [mm] 50 60 70 70 80 HVZ HVZ-R [kN] 9. without lever arm Non cracked and cracked concrete HVZ [kN] 14. no edge effects Non cracked concrete HVZ [kN] 21.4 14.2 7.4 21.1 7. no edge effects.8 40.0 24.8 78.7 HVZ-HCR Shear VRd: single anchor. min. edge distance (c = cmin) Non cracked concrete cmin 50 70 85 85 80 [mm] HVZ HVZ-R [kN] 13.7 21.4 HVZ-HCR Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.2 HVZ-HCR Shear VRd: single anchor.8 70.5 4.2 38.6 6.5 53. without lever arm Non cracked concrete cmin 50 70 85 85 80 [mm] HVZ [kN] 3.2 25.1 20.9 26. min.1 7.2 15.8 44.3 HVZ-R HVZ-HCR Cracked concrete cmin 50 60 70 70 80 [mm] HVZ HVZ-R [kN] 2.0 17.

no edge effects.8 78.4 16.9 43.0 24.2 HVZ-HCR Cracked concrete HVZ [kN] 9.0 31.4 21.HVZ Adhesive anchor Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.8 19.8 70.1 27.8 61.4 HVZ-R [kN] 16.5 15. issue 2008-09-29 Anchor size M10x75 M12x95 M16x105 M16x125 M20x170 Embedment depth hef = [mm] 75 95 105 125 170 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 150 190 210 250 340 Spacing s= smin= [mm] 50 60 70 70 80 Tensile NRd: double anchor.3 44. spacing (s = smin) Non cracked concrete HVZ HVZ-R [kN] 13.8 40.cube = 25 N/mm² (load values are valid for single anchor) Data according ETA-03/0032. min.5 HVZ-R [kN] 16. min.8 HVZ-R HVZ-HCR Shear VRd: double anchor.8 61. spacing (s = smin) .5 13. without lever arm Non cracked concrete HVZ [kN] 14.9 30.4 21.0 24.1 22.5 HVZ-HCR 360 10 / 2012 .6 40.6 39.0 44.6 39.6 31. no edge effects.4 HVZ-HCR Cracked concrete HVZ [kN] 14.

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issue 2011-06-23 Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to For details see Simplified design method .cube = 25 N/mm² .Correct setting (See setting instruction) . as specified in the tables . Berlin IBMB.One anchor material.high corrosion resistant HAS-E HAS-E R HAS-E HCR rod Concrete Small edge distance and spacing Fire resistance Corrosion resistance High corrosion resistance European Technical Approval CE conformity PROFIS Anchor design software Approvals / certificates Description European technical approval Fire test report Fire test report ZTV-Tunnel Assessment report (fire) a) Authority / Laboratory DIBt. Braunschweig IBMB. / date of issue ETA-05/0255 / 2011-06-23 UB-3333/0891-1 / 2004-03-26 UB 3333/0891-2 / 2003-08-12 WF 166402 / 2007-10-26 ETA-05/0255. as specified in the table . base material temperature -40°C.One typical embedment depth.large diameter applications .suitable for non-cracked concrete C 20/25 to C 50/60 . fck. max.Steel failure . long ter m/short term base material temperature: +24°C/40°C) .Concrete C 20/25. Braunschweig warringtonfire a) All data given in this section according No.Temperate range I (min.No edge distance and spacing influence .Base material thickness.high loading capacity .suitable for dry and water saturated concrete . as specified in the table .Installation temperature range -5°C to +40°C 362 10 / 2012 .HVU with HAS/HAS-E rod Adhesive anchor HVU with HAS/HAS-E rod adhesive anchor Mortar system Benefits Hilti HVU foil capsule HAS HAS-R HAS-HCR rod .

m HAS [kN] 17.6 32.8 M30 8. Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 Typical embedment depth [mm] 80 90 110 125 170 210 240 Base material thickness [mm] 140 160 210 210 340 370 480 a) The allowed range of embedment depth is shown in the setting details.HVU with HAS/HAS-E rod Adhesive anchor Embedment depth a) and base material thickness for the basic loading data. anchor HAS Anchor size Carbon steel.4 120.0 36.7 Shear Vrec HAS [kN] 4.3 17.3 297.8 5. strength class M8 5.8 8.0 211. issue 2011-06-23 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 5. anchor HAS Anchor size Carbon steel.8 Tensile NRu.8 M8 5.8 M30 8.3 125.8 5.4 Shear VRd HAS [kN] 6.1 28.8 5. Mean ultimate resistance.8 M30 8.4 15.8 8.7 20.4 Shear VRu.8 5.8 5.0 111. Service temperature range Hilti HVU adhesive may be applied in the temperature ranges given below.1 12.8 5.6 Characteristic resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.8 5.0 60.8 Data according ETA-05/0255.8 5.2 28.8 8.7 89.8 84.8 Data according ETA-05/0255. design resistance.0 37.8 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.8 5.2 149.6 53. anchor HAS Anchor size Carbon steel.8 5. issue 2011-06-23 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 5.0 249.0 174.8 224.8 M30 8.8 Recommended loads a): concrete C 20/25 – fck.9 13.m HAS [kN] 8.6 a) With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.0 182.3 66.8 Tensile NRk HAS [kN] 17.0 187. strength class M8 5.8 Data according ETA-05/0255.7 221.4 18.3 40.cube = 25 N/mm².8 10.0 19.9 20.0 M8 5.2 168. An elevated base material temperature may lead to a reduction of the design bond resistance.8 64.0 45.4 10.5 13.cube = 25 N/mm².6 117.cube = 25 N/mm². M30 270 540 can be Mean ultimate resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck. issue 2011-06-23 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 5.0 38. anchor HAS Anchor size Carbon steel.4.8 5.9 27.8 8.8 5.0 26. characteristic resistance.cube = 25 N/mm².8 5. recommended loads.9 140. Maximum long term Maximum short term Base material base material base material Temperature range temperature temperature temperature Temperature range I -40 °C to +40 °C +24 °C +40 °C Temperature range II -40 °C to +80 °C +50 °C +80 °C Temperature range III -40 °C to +120 °C +72 °C +120 °C 10 / 2012 363 .8 44.7 99.8 5. strength class Tensile Nrec HAS [kN] 8. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations. strength class Tensile NRd HAS [kN] 11. issue 2011-06-23 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 5.8 5.0 74.0 56.6 168.4 106.6 93.0 80.3 25.3 39.8 58.9 7.8 5.8 Data according ETA-05/0255.9 75.0 Shear VRk HAS [kN] 8. The corresponding load values calculated according to the simplified design method.0 139.

4401.4578. hot dipped galvanized. 1. 1. Rp 0. 1.8 HAS-(E)(F) 8.4571. Materials Mechanical properties of HAS Anchor size HAS-(E)(F) 5.8 52.4529.8 Yield strength fyk HAS –(E)R HAS –(E)HCR Stressed crossHAS section As Moment of resistance HAS W [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] M8 500 800 700 800 400 640 450 640 Data according ETA-05/0255. 1. hot dipped galvanized ≥ 45 µm. A5 > 8% ductile M24: Rm = 700 N/mm².4565 Strength class 8.4439. 1.4439. 1. Rp 0. A5 > 8% ductile Steel galvanized.3 76.4362 Strength class 70. 1. 1.4362 High corrosion resistant steel. stainless steel grade A4. 1. Stainless steel.4565 strength ≤ M20: Rm = 800 N/mm². Max long term base material temperature Long-term elevated base material temperatures are roughly constant over significant periods of time.2 = 640 N/mm².2 = 400 N/mm². Strength class 70. high corrosion resistant steel. A5 > 8% ductile steel galvanized ≥ 5 µm (F) hot dipped galvanized ≥ 45 µm.8 244 474 809 1274 1706 M30 800 500 640 210 - Material quality Part Threaded rod HAS-(E)(F) M8-M24 Threaded rod HAS-(E)F M8-M30 Threaded rod HAS-(E)R Threaded rod HAS-(E)HCR Washer ISO 7089 Nut EN ISO 4032 364 Material Strength class 5. Stainless steel grade A4. 1. 1. 1. 1. steel galvanized ≥ 5 µm. 1. 1. issue 2011-06-23 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 500 500 500 500 500 800 800 800 800 800 800 700 700 700 700 700 500 800 800 800 800 700 400 400 400 400 400 640 640 640 640 640 640 450 450 450 450 450 210 640 640 640 640 400 - [mm²] 32.4401.HVU with HAS/HAS-E rod Adhesive anchor Max short term base material temperature Short-term elevated base material temperatures are those that occur over brief intervals.8.4404.8 Nominal HAS-(E)(F) 8.4404. Strength class 8.4404. 1. as a result of diurnal cycling.4439.4578.0 54.8 tensile strength f uk HAS-(E)R HAS-(E)HCR HAS-(E)(F) 5. 1.4529. (F) hot dipped galvanized ≥ 45 µm. 1.4571.8.2 144 225 324 427 519 [mm³] 27.1 93. 1.4571.4578.4401. 1.4529.g.4362 High corrosion resistant steel. A5 > 8% ductile steel galvanized ≥ 5 µm. 1. 1. 1. A5 > 8% ductile strength class 70 for ≤ M24 and class 50 for M27 to M30. e.4565 10 / 2012 . 1.

HAS-R. 10 / 2012 365 . HAS-ER HAS-HCR M10 M10x90 M8 M8x80 Anchor size 80 90 110 125 170 210 240 270 Setting installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer Other tools M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 TE 2 – TE 16 TE 40 – TE 70 blow out pump or compressed air gun. setting tools M30 Setting instruction Dry and water-saturated concrete.HVU with HAS/HAS-E rod Adhesive anchor Anchor dimensions M30 M30x270 M27 M27x240 M24 M24x210 M20 M20x170 [mm] M16 M16x125 Anchor embedment depth M12 M12x110 Anchor rod HAS-E. hammer drilling For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product. For technical data for anchors in diamond drilled holes please contact the Hilti Technical advisory service.

8 h for 2.sp for h / hef ≥ 2.3 2. a) h: base material thickness (h ≥ hmin) b) h: base material thickness (h ≥ hmin) c) This is the maximum recommended torque moment to avoid splitting failure during installation for anchors with minimum spacing and/or edge distance.1 °C 5h Setting details Anchor size Nominal diameter of drill bit Effective anchorage and drill hole depth Minimum base material thickness Diameter of clearance hole in the fixture Minimum spacing Minimum edge distance Critical spacing for splitting failure M8 Data according ETA-05/0255.sp 1.N ccr.5 hef scr. issue 2011-06-23 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 d0 [mm] 10 12 14 18 24 28 30 35 hef [mm] 80 90 110 125 170 210 240 270 hmin a) [mm] 110 120 140 170 220 270 300 340 df [mm] 9 12 14 18 22 26 30 33 smin [mm] 40 45 55 65 90 120 130 135 cmin [mm] 40 45 55 65 90 120 130 135 150 200 270 300 scr.6 hef .N ccr. 366 10 / 2012 .HVU with HAS/HAS-E rod Adhesive anchor Curing time for general conditions Data according ETA-05/0255.N 1.N 1.N 2 ccr.0 ⋅ hef Critical edge distance b) for splitting failure ccr. issue 2011-06-23 Temperature of the base material Curing time before anchor can be fully loaded tcure 20 °C to 40 °C 20 min 10 °C to 19 °C 30 min 0 °C to 9 °C 1h -5 °C to .26 hef Critical spacing for concrete cone failure Critical edge distance for concrete cone c) failure Critical spacing for concrete cone failure Critical edge distance for concrete cone failure Torque moment c) M30 scr.0 [mm] 4.sp 2 ccr.5 hef Tmax [Nm] 10 20 40 80 For spacing (edge distance) smaller than critical spacing (critical edge distance) the design loads have to be reduced.1.3 for h / hef ≤ 1.0 > h / hef > 1.N 2 ccr.

7 28.N ⋅ f2.3 6.7 106. The influencing factors must then be considered for each edge distance and spacing.7 76.9 28. For more complex fastening applications please use the anchor design software PROFIS Anchor. issue 2011-06-23.3 48.3 54. The calculated design loads are then on the save side: They will be lower than the exact values according EOTA Technical Report TR 029.8 NRd.0 23.3 18.0 - Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance NRd.0 33.sp ⋅ f2. issue 2011-06-23 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 17.Steel resistance: NRd.HVU with HAS/HAS-E rod Adhesive anchor Simplified design method Simplified version of the design method according EOTA Technical Report TR 029.p Temperature range I [kN] N0Rd. To avoid this.7 40.7 119. Design resistance according data given in ETA-05/0255.3 16.7 50.p ⋅ fB.7 76.sp ⋅ f3.0 33.7 76.7 40.p .s HAS-(E)-R HAS-(E)-HCR [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] M8 11.p Temperature range II [kN] 0 N Rd.0 12.typ [mm] N0Rd.3 16.7 119.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.8 75.0 40.N ⋅ f3.7 93.Concrete cone resistance: - NRd.p ⋅ fh.sp ⋅ fre.N Basic design tensile resistance Design steel resistance NRd.0 133.p ⋅ fB.3 50.8 HAS-(E)(F) 8.0 Data according ETA-05/0255.Combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance: 0 NRd.7 10.7 13.0 367 .7 113.s .N ⋅ fh. issue 2011-06-23 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 80 90 110 125 170 200 210 270 16.sp = N Rd.0 74.3 19.p Anchor size Typical embedment depth hef.p Temperature range III [kN] 10 / 2012 M8 Data according ETA-05/0255. (The method may also be applied for anchor groups with more than two anchors or more than one edge distance.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.8 28.3 25.c = N0Rd.3 18. Influence of concrete strength Influence of edge distance Influence of spacing Valid for a group of two anchors.s Anchor size HAS-(E)(F) 5.3 106. Tension loading The design tensile resistance is the lower value of .0 26.7 - M30 281.7 8. it is recommended to use the anchor design software PROFIS anchor) The design method is based on the following simplification: No different loads are acting on individual anchors (no eccentricity) The values are valid for one anchor.p ⋅ fh.3 50.0 84.3 26.3 93.p = N0Rd.7 231.3 76.N Concrete splitting resistance (only non-cracked concrete): 0 NRd.p = N Rd.sp ⋅ f h.3 170.0 119.0 40.0 166.N ⋅ fre.3 92.

2 N Rd.sp f 1. Influence of embedment depth on concrete cone resistance fh.sp f 2.N = 0. issue 2011-06-23 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 0 24.N 0.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f h.90 0.cube/25N/mm²)0. This influencing factor must be considered for every anchor spacing.N) 0. Influence of anchor spacing a) s/scr.82 0.06 1.22 1.N ⋅ f3.55 0.60 0.9 1 0.p = (f ck.6 0.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.03 1.5 125.4 0.85 0.76 0.5⋅(1 + s/scr.N c/ccr.N ⋅ fh.N = 0.sp f 3.N ⋅ fre.cube = concrete compressive strength.7 + 0.48 1.34 1.60 0.N ⋅ f2.N = 0. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.1 0.p = 1 Influence of concrete strength on concrete cone resistance Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 1/2 a) fB = (f ck.65 0.70 0.73 0.8 0.1 1.sp ⋅ f2.N Data according ETA-05/0255.10 a) fck.sp ⋅ f3.7 + 0.1 s/scr.85 0.2 0.88 0.6 102.91 0.14 a) 1 1.3 0.sp) a) The anchor spacing shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin given in the table with the setting details.N ⋅ f1.09 1.5 0.1 28.7 0.N) 0.97 1 0.cube = concrete compressive strength.7 0.41 a) fck.N f 1.8 47.94 0.cube/25N/mm²) 1 1.95 1 f 2.3⋅c/ccr.80 0.sp) a) The the edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin given in the table with the setting details.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.N Design splitting resistance a) NRd.c [kN] a) Splitting resistance must only be considered for non-cracked concrete M30 149.sp ⋅ fre.75 0.79 0.2 0.75 0.13 Influence of embedment depth on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance fh.sp = 0.8 0.80 0. These influencing factors must be considered for every edge distance smaller than the critical edge distance.4 0.85 0.sp = N0Rd.70 0. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.9 1 0.95 1 f 3.3⋅c/ccr.HVU with HAS/HAS-E rod Adhesive anchor Design concrete cone resistance NRd.c = N0Rd.N = 1 368 10 / 2012 .5⋅(1 + s/scr.5 0.65 0.3 0.55 Influence of edge distance a) c/ccr.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.sp = 0.55 0.1 74.90 0.12 1.sp = 0.6 0.4 Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 f B.7 38.

9 24.5 72.5 16.6 10.6 7.3 [kN] a) For anchor groups only the anchors close to the edge must be considered.HVU with HAS/HAS-E rod Adhesive anchor Influence of reinforcement hef [mm] 40 50 60 70 80 90 ≥ 100 a) a) a) a) a) 0.5 + hef/200mm ≤ 1 a) This factor applies only for dense reinforcement.6 15.N = 0.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Design concrete edge resistance VRd.1 71.6 168. a) Shear loading The design shear resistance is the lower value of .55 369 .s HAS (-E)-R HAS (-E)-HCR [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] M8 6.cp = lower valuea) of k ⋅ NRd.8 102.1 - M30 168.9 0.cp = k ⋅ lower value of NRd.41 a) fck.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 Basic design shear resistance Design steel resistance VRd.c Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 0 V Rd.c VRd.95 1 0.p: Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance NRd.s Anchor size HAS -(E) HAS -(E)F VRd.8 11.c = V0Rd.c Anchor size k a) M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 M24 M27 M30 37 45.6 55.5 10.75 0.6 138.8 44. then a factor f re = 1 may be applied.9 8.7 f re.5 11.9 24. Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 fB = (f ck.p and NRd.Concrete edge resistance: VRd.3 - Design concrete pryout resistance VRd.4 46.c 5.9 64.1 32.6 Data according ETA-05/0255.8 16.2 28.p and k ⋅ NRd.cube/25N/mm²)1/2 a) 1 1.8 2 NRd.cube = concrete compressive strength. If in the area of anchorage there is reinforcement with a spacing ≥ 150 mm (any diameter) or with a diameter ≤ 10 mm and a spacing ≥ 100 mm.22 1.1 1.c: Design concrete cone resistance = V0Rd.34 1.s VRd.8 27.1 138.4 50.6 18.Steel resistance: - Concrete pryout resistance: .8 0.9 17.8 64. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length 10 / 2012 C 45/55 C 50/60 1.4 46.1 45.48 1. issue 2011-06-23 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 10.1 53.1 71.85 0.

87 4.05 1.56 4.25 7.25 0.75 7.52 0.55 4.68 4.2 1.65 0.21 4.32 3.69 2.83 2. Combined tension and shear loading For combined tension and shear loading see section “Anchor Design”.5 ⋅ c)} 1/2 ≤1 Influence of anchor spacing and edge distance a) for concrete edge resistance: f4 f4 = (c/hef)1.55 5.71 0.32 0.84 0.50 0.59 1.14 5.32 2.40 1.74 3.45 9.38 1.64 4.35 0.00 3.65 0.71 0.32 2.51 4.56 4.40 0.24 1.16 7.55 10.13 1.66 8.50 4.65 0.32 2.91 1.55 6.65 0.84 0.38 3.75 2.65 0.5 ⋅ (1 + s / [3 ⋅ c]) ⋅ 0.83 2.84 1.88 9.72 8.68 3.40 1.00 7.35 0.86 3.38 3.36 3.25 8.45 8.38 2.99 8.75 10.26 3.35 0.05 ⋅ (hef / d) 1.00 1.88 1.HVU with HAS/HAS-E rod Adhesive anchor Influence of angle between load applied and the direction perpendicular to the free edge Angle ß fβ = 0° 10° 20° 30° 40° 50° 60° 70° 80° ≥ 90° 1 1.50 6.50 3.35 ≥ 1.38 3.47 2.36 4.90 3.00 1.95 2.75 7.00 5.55 7.40 1.35 0.83 1.55 4.25 9.86 4.57 5.05 1.75 10.65 1.15 2.00 9.92 8.71 6.98 1.57 4.75 4.58 1.95 3.82 1.84 1.74 7.63 0.40 1.18 6.32 1.00 1.63 0.46 3.32 2.50 5.75 4.04 5.74 10.20 5.00 1.65 0.35 0.65 0.15 0.00 2.55 3.56 3.61 3. 370 10 / 2012 .88 2.65 0.61 5.35 0.35 0.15 4.75 6.83 2.20 5.33 4.35 0.65 1.00 6.65 0.38 5.25 4.02 10.12 2.25 5.83 2.54 6.95 3.45 7.47 7.35 0.15 4.85 distance shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin and the Influence of embedment depth Anchor size f hef = 0.20 3.65 0.12 1.65 2.27 7.97 10.60 fc = (d / c) a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin.73 8.37 2.84 1.5 0.50 0.84 1.81 3.98 3.65 0.00 1.65 0.35 0.50 6.50 5.40 1.17 2.44 2.35 0.25 5.55 0.15 6.16 3.22 7.38 3.5 Single anchor 0.65 0.21 8.67 0.06 4.38 3.69 7.84 1.02 8.11 8.83 4.95 3.32 1.01 1.51 3.75 0.00 8.50 12.53 1.82 1.56 4.77 2.30 6.31 8.84 5.35 0.44 6.40 1.00 5.32 2.83 2.38 3.19 3.04 7.67 5.30 5.20 5.06 2.90 5.08 6.84 1.75 0.40 1.83 2.56 4.27 6.22 8.96 5.84 1.95 3.00 4.32 2.16 7.78 7.38 9.85 6.81 6.77 1.31 6.73 3.26 6.67 9.00 1.03 3.15 3.36 6.49 2.97 2.25 5.32 2.25 6.63 7.26 5.84 1.76 4.57 0.17 9.89 0.25 1.25 3.84 1.45 0.38 1.99 5.81 7.17 8.63 2.11 4.70 6.96 3.00 11.87 6.36 7.40 1.18 5.75 5.96 7.56 2.75 7.68 1.76 4.95 1.39 2 2.54 6.93 6.30 2.76 3.33 5.54 0.00 3.50 8.32 2.35 0.5  Influence of base material thickness h/c fh = {h/(1.9 1.27 0.00 1.00 1.18 5.00 1.94 4.07 1.19 0.60 4.35 5.25 12.50 Influence of edge distance a) c/d 0.59 6.43 5.20 2.50 1.09 9.90 8.45 0.26 1.25 6.50 11.89 7.98 5.08 5.57 2.40 1.00 1 (cos αV )2 +  sin αV  2  2.75 0.94 2.26 10.99 9.72 5.90 6.39 8.22 9.83 6.40 1.22 1.95 3.65 2.86 5.52 3.41 5.6 0.95 3.32 2.31 7.59 8.00 6.50 8.25 3.49 8.12 4.25 0.45 5.50 9.75 4.40 1.00 1.3 0.73 7.98 2.05 6.35 0.78 7.44 4.56 3.83 8.90 4.28 4.63 6.33 a) The anchor spacing and the edge minimum edge distance cmin.81 3.64 1.07 1.50 7.86 5.50 2.87 5.73 4.77 0.11 3.42 7.50 9.49 1.43 0.79 9.62 7.84 1.29 6.94 9.95 8.00 0.91 5.75 6.35 0.68 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 2.75 1.38 3.77 0.99 7.83 2.40 1.10 6.08 7.25 2.03 6.00 1.84 1.02 7.35 4. c/hef Group of two anchors s/hef 3.00 1.96 2 4 6 8 10 15 20 30 40 0.00 1.41 5.32 2.63 5.83 2.

8 5.6 20. without lever arm HAS-(E)(F) [kN] 3. spacing (s = smin) . no edge effects.3 40.6 20.8 41.8 Embedment depth hef = [mm] 80 90 110 125 170 210 240 110 120 140 170 220 270 300 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 40 45 55 65 90 120 130 Edge distance c = cmin= [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor.7 18.9 168.8 63.8 41.7 4. issue 2011-06-23 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 Carbon steel.7 Shear VRd: double anchor. no edge effects.1 HAS-(E)-R [kN] 10. Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck. min.6 27.7 4.cube = 25 N/mm² Data according ETA-05/0255.8 10.6 20.7 4.3 40.8 5.2 28.8 45.1 23.5 49.7 6.7 6.3 19.7 30.2 22.0 35.0 74.6 8.7 18.4 92.cube = 25 N/mm² (load values are valid for single anchor) Data according ETA-05/0255.2 HAS-(E)-R [kN] 7.7 70.5 17.7 6.7 11.8 45. issue 2011-06-23 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 Carbon steel. strength class 5.8 270 340 135 82.4 12.HVU with HAS/HAS-E rod Adhesive anchor Precalculated values Recommended loads can be calculated by dividing the design resistance by an overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.8 5.3 75.8 Embedment depth hef = [mm] 80 90 110 125 170 210 240 110 120 140 170 220 270 300 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] Spacing s = smin= [mm] 40 45 55 65 90 120 130 Tensile NRd: double anchor.4 12.6 71.8 63.8 Embedment depth hef = [mm] 80 90 110 125 170 210 240 110 120 140 170 220 270 300 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor.6 40.3 32.5 17.4 15.4 12.3 25. min.7 57.4 21.6 40.8 59.4 21.6 14.9 HAS-(E)-HCR [kN] 16.0 139. min.6 93.8 55.8 5.7 50.7 57.2 22.2 HAS-(E)-R [kN] 7.0 35.6 24.0 - 10 / 2012 M30 8.9 30.8 59.0 - Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.8 5.8 5.4.3 33.6 14.2 HAS-(E)-R [kN] 12.4 HAS-(E)-HCR [kN] 9.4 15.5 - 371 .6 93. without lever arm HAS-(E)(F) [kN] 6. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.7 HAS-(E)-HCR [kN] 3.1 HAS-(E)-HCR [kN] 10.9 82.3 Shear VRd: single anchor.8 5.6 24.6 8.9 15.8 10.8 5.7 HAS-(E)-R [kN] 3.9 HAS-(E)-R [kN] 9.2 28.9 14. min. without lever arm HAS-(E)(F) [kN] 6. strength class 5.0 74.8 Shear VRd: single anchor.6 24.7 18.2 64.8 64.6 8. issue 2011-06-23 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 Carbon steel.5 49. spacing (s = smin) HAS-(E)(F) [kN] 10.8 64. strength class 5.5 49.2 22.8 41.3 40.9 14.4 HAS-(E)-HCR [kN] 9.7 11.8 8.7 57.3 32.8 5.7 23.7 - M30 8.8 44.0 139.8 5.5 - M30 8.8 5.8 270 340 149. no edge effects.cube = 25 N/mm² Data according ETA-05/0255.1 23.1 23.9 HAS-(E)-HCR [kN] 9.8 44. edge distance (c = cmin) .8 8.9 14.8 55.6 27.0 35.6 71.0 74. edge distance (c = cmin) HAS-(E)(F) [kN] 9.3 125.8 5.9 15.7 70.3 17.7 50.6 93.9 69.8 5.6 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck. no edge effects HAS-(E)(F) [kN] 11.0 168.8 5.2 64.8 8.8 28.8 5.9 15.8 270 340 135 69.

Mean ultimate resistance. as specified in the table .No edge distance and spacing influence . as specified in the tables .Steel failure . Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to For details see Simplified design method . Berlin IBMB.cube = 25 N/mm² .One typical embedment depth. Anchor size Embedment depth [mm] Base material thickness [mm] 372 M8 90 120 M10 110 150 M12 125 180 M16 170 250 M20 205 350 10 / 2012 . Braunschweig warringtonfire a) All data given in this section according No.Installation temperature range -5°C to +40°C Embedment depth and base material thickness for the basic loading data. characteristic resistance.HVU with HIS-(R)N sleeve Adhesive anchor HVU with HIS-(R)N adhesive anchor Mortar system Benefits Hilti HVU foil capsule HIS-(R)N sleeve Concrete Small edge distance and spacing Fire resistance Corrosion resistance European Technical Approval .Screw strength class 8. long ter m/short term base material temperature: +24°C/40°C) .Correct setting (See setting instruction) .Concrete C 20/25. fck.suitable for non-cracked concrete C 20/25 to C 50/60 .high loading capacity . design resistance.Temperate range I (min. recommended loads.Base material thickness. base material temperature -40°C. issue 2011-06-23.suitable for dry and water saturated concrete PROFIS Anchor design software CE conformity Approvals / certificates Description European technical approval Fire test report Assessment report (fire) a) Authority / Laboratory DIBt. max. / date of issue ETA-05/0255 / 2011-06-23 UB-3333/0891-1 / 2004-03-26 WF 166402 / 2007-10-26 ETA-05/0255.One anchor material. as specified in the table .8 .

4 13.8 Characteristic resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck. anchor HIS-N Anchor size M8 Data according ETA-05/0255. issue 2011-06-23 M10 M12 M16 40.7 Data according ETA-05/0255.2 a) With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.2 53.1 18.3 74.m HIS-N [kN] 13.HVU with HIS-(R)N sleeve Adhesive anchor Mean ultimate resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck. Temperature range Temperature range I Temperature range II Temperature range III Base material temperature -40 °C to +40 °C -40 °C to +80 °C -40 °C to +120 °C Maximum long term base material temperature +24 °C +50 °C +72 °C Maximum short term base material temperature +40 °C +80 °C +120 °C Max short term base material temperature Short-term elevated base material temperatures are those that occur over brief intervals.cube = 25 N/mm².0 Data according ETA-05/0255.0 59. 10 / 2012 373 .4 18.0 39.0 55.cube = 25 N/mm². issue 2011-06-23 M10 M12 M16 M20 Tensile NRd HIS-N [kN] 16.9 24. anchor HIS-N Anchor size Tensile NRu. e.0 Shear VRk HIS-N [kN] 13.3 36.0 28.0 M20 109. issue 2011-06-23 M10 M12 M16 M20 Tensile Nrec HIS-N [kN] 11. An elevated base material temperature may lead to a reduction of the design bond resistance.3 Shear VRu. issue 2011-06-23 M10 M12 M16 48.0 62.cube = 25 N/mm².0 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.g.0 63. anchor HIS-N Anchor size Tensile NRk HIS-N [kN] M8 25.4 123.cube = 25 N/mm².1 Shear VRd HIS-N [kN] 10.7 Recommended loads a): concrete C 20/25 – fck.9 19.3 70.1 26.0 23.5 57.2 41.7 40.4 26.4.0 M20 114. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations. as a result of diurnal cycling.0 39.7 26.m HIS-N [kN] M8 26. anchor HIS-N Anchor size M8 Data according ETA-05/0255.6 28.0 60. Service temperature range Hilti HVU adhesive may be applied in the temperature ranges given below.0 Shear Vrec HIS-N [kN] 7.6 45.0 95. Max long term base material temperature Long-term elevated base material temperatures are roughly constant over significant periods of time.

4404.4571. 1. 1. setting tools M20 10 / 2012 .HVU with HIS-(R)N sleeve Adhesive anchor Materials Mechanical properties of HIS-(R)N Anchor size Nominal tensile strength f uk Yield strength fyk Stressed crosssection As Moment of resistance W Data according ETA-05/0255.2 430 62. issue 2011-06-23 M10 M12 M16 490 460 460 800 800 800 700 700 700 700 700 700 410 375 375 640 640 640 350 350 350 450 450 450 HIS-N Screw 8.4401 and 1.1 256. A5 > 8% Ductile steel galvanized ≥ 5µm b) related fastening screw: strength class 70.4571 HIS-RN a) related fastening screw: strength class 8.3 157 245 HIS-(R)N Screw [mm³] [mm³] 145 31.6 58 84.8. 1.4578.8 HIS-RN Screw A4-70 [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] M8 490 800 700 700 410 640 350 450 M20 460 800 700 700 375 640 350 450 HIS-(R)N [mm²] 51. A5 > 8% Ductile stainless steel 1.4439.4362 Anchor dimensions Anchor size Internal sleeve HIS-(R)N Anchor embedment depth [mm] M8 M8x90 90 M10 M10x110 110 M12 M12x125 125 M16 M16x170 170 M20 M20x205 205 Setting installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer Other tools 374 M8 M10 M12 M16 TE2 – TE16 TE40 – TE70 blow out pump or compressed air gun.8 HIS-RN Screw A4-70 HIS-N Screw 8. 1. 1.0 169.1 237.0718.6 Screw [mm²] 36.5 108.4401.3 840 109 1595 277 1543 541 Material quality Part Material C-steel 1. internally threaded sleeves a) HIS-N steel galvanized ≥ 5µm internally threaded sleeves b) stainless steel 1.

Curing time for general conditions Data according ETA-05/0255.HVU with HIS-(R)N sleeve Adhesive anchor Setting instruction Dry and water-saturated concrete. hammer drilling For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product.1 °C 5h 10 / 2012 375 . issue 2011-06-23 Temperature Curing time before anchor of the base material can be fully loaded tcure 20 °C to 40 °C 20 min 10 °C to 19 °C 30 min 0 °C to 9 °C 1h -5 °C to . For technical data for anchors in diamond drilled holes please contact the Hilti Technical advisory service.

0 > h / hef > 1.max Minimum spacing Minimum edge distance Critical spacing for splitting failure Data according ETA-05/0255.HVU with HIS-(R)N sleeve Adhesive anchor Setting details Sleeve HIS-(R)N foil capsule Nominal diameter of d0 [mm] drill bit d [mm] Diameter of element Anchor size Effective anchorage and drill hole depth Minimum base material thickness Diameter of clearance hole in the fixture Thread engagement length.0 ⋅ hef Critical edge distance a) for splitting failure ccr.5 hef Tmax [Nm] 10 20 40 For spacing (edge distance) smaller than critical spacing (critical edge distance) the design loads have to be reduced.N 2 ccr.5 16. a) h: base material thickness (h ≥ hmin) b) This is the maximum recommended torque moment to avoid splitting failure during installation for anchors with minimum spacing and/or edge distance.3 scr. issue 2011-06-23.sp [mm] 4. min . Design resistance according data given in ETA-05/0255.N 1.6 hef .8 h for 2. Simplified design method Simplified version of the design method according EOTA Technical Report TR 029.0 for h / hef ≤ 1.N ccr.26 hef Critical spacing for concrete cone failure Critical edge distance for concrete cone failure Torque moment b) for h / hef ≥ 2.5 20.5 25.3 2.4 27.sp 2 ccr.6 hef [mm] 90 110 125 170 205 hmin [mm] 120 150 170 230 270 df [mm] 9 12 14 18 22 hs [mm] 8-20 10-25 12-30 16-40 20-50 smin [mm] 40 45 60 80 125 cmin [mm] 40 45 60 80 125 80 150 scr. Influence of concrete strength Influence of edge distance Influence of spacing 376 10 / 2012 .1. issue 2011-06-23 M8x90 M10x110 M12x125 M16x170 M20x205 M10x90 M12x110 M16x125 M20x170 M24x210 14 18 22 28 32 12.sp 1.

8 M20 74.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f h.N ⋅ fh.s HIS-RN [kN] [kN] M8 17. Tension loading The design tensile resistance is the lower value of .N ⋅ f3.Combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance: 0 NRd.3 63.0 26.p .3 33. The influencing factors must then be considered for each edge distance and spacing. issue 2011-06-23 M10 M12 M16 M20 90 110 125 170 205 16.2 Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance NRd.s .3 13.sp ⋅ fre.7 38.9 Data according ETA-05/0255.8 47.7 13.N ⋅ f1.c = N0Rd.3 21.1 74.6 [kN] N Rd. (The method may also be applied for anchor groups with more than two anchors or more than one edge distance.p Temperature range II [kN] N0Rd. it is recommended to use the anchor design software PROFIS anchor) The design method is based on the following simplification: No different loads are acting on individual anchors (no eccentricity) The values are valid for one anchor.p Temperature range III [kN] M8 Data according ETA-05/0255.p Temperature range I [kN] 0 N Rd.Concrete cone resistance: - NRd.p Anchor size Embedment depth hef [mm] 0 N Rd. To avoid this.p ⋅ fh.sp ⋅ f2. The calculated design loads are then on the save side: They will be lower than the exact values according EOTA Technical Report TR 029.N ⋅ f2.N ⋅ f2.Steel resistance: NRd.9 31.1 69.c a) Splitting resistance must only be considered for non-cracked concrete 10 / 2012 M20 98.7 80.5 13.3 63.8 377 .3 50.sp ⋅ f3.3 6.0 33.p ⋅ fh.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.sp ⋅ fre.0 26.3 10.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.p ⋅ fB.N Data according ETA-05/0255.sp = N Rd.p = N Rd.7 93.7 40.7 23. For more complex fastening applications please use the anchor design software PROFIS Anchor.N Design splitting resistance a) NRd.sp = N0Rd.N Basic design tensile resistance Design steel resistance NRd. issue 2011-06-23 M10 M12 M16 30.N ⋅ f3.sp ⋅ f3.6 58.N ⋅ fre.sp ⋅ f h. issue 2011-06-23 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 0 28.3 Design concrete cone resistance NRd.HVU with HIS-(R)N sleeve Adhesive anchor Valid for a group of two anchors.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.p = N0Rd.c = N0Rd.sp ⋅ f2.s Anchor size HIS-N NRd.N Concrete splitting resistance (only non-cracked concrete): 0 NRd.N ⋅ fh.p ⋅ fB.7 44.N ⋅ fre.

measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.85 0.79 0.5 0.cube = concrete compressive strength.4 0.21 a) fck.N = 0. then a factor f re = 1 may be applied.73 0.p = 1 Influence of concrete strength on concrete cone resistance Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 fB = (f ck.90 0.N c/ccr.cube = concrete compressive strength.65 0.97 1 0. a) 378 10 / 2012 .94 0.1 0.sp f 2.34 1.55 Influence of edge distance a) c/ccr.9 f re.sp) a) The the edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin given in the table with the setting details.75 0.60 0.2 0.sp f 1.N = 0.28 a) 1 1.90 0. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.N = 0.6 0.3⋅c/ccr.91 0. Influence of anchor spacing a) s/scr.HVU with HIS-(R)N sleeve Adhesive anchor Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 f B.95 1 f 2.25 1.1 1.7 0.N = 0.18 1. If in the area of anchorage there is reinforcement with a spacing ≥ 150 mm (any diameter) or with a diameter ≤ 10 mm and a spacing ≥ 100 mm.4 0.55 0.6 0.8 0.cube/25N/mm²)1/2 a) 1 1.75 0.5 + hef/200mm ≤ 1 a) This factor applies only for dense reinforcement.3 0.55 0.12 1.sp) a) The anchor spacing shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin given in the table with the setting details.sp f 3.5⋅(1 + s/scr. Influence of embedment depth on concrete cone resistance fh. This influencing factor must be considered for every anchor spacing.95 1 f 3.48 1. These influencing factors must be considered for every edge distance smaller than the critical edge distance.7 0.85 0.sp = 0.70 0.3⋅c/ccr.N) 0.60 0.N) 0.2 0.8 0.65 0.82 0.N 0.sp = 0.22 1.N f 1.88 0.80 0.3 0.95 1 0.28 Influence of embedment depth on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance fh.9 1 0.9 1 0.41 a) fck.76 0.5⋅(1 + s/scr.70 0.05 1.85 0.N = 1 Influence of reinforcement hef [mm] 80 90 ≥ 100 a) 0.5 0.cube/25N/mm²)0.7 + 0.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.7 + 0.sp = 0.80 0.1 s/scr.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.p = (f ck.

cp = k ⋅ NRd.8 28.3 M8 10.cp = k ⋅ lower value of NRd.4 26.5  10 / 2012 379 .4 [kN] a) For anchor groups only the anchors close to the edge must be considered.s Concrete pryout resistance: . issue 2011-06-23 M10 M12 M16 18.7 46.cube = concrete compressive strength.4 19.4 8.13 1.1 1.50 1 (cos αV )2 +  sin αV  2  2.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Design concrete edge resistance VRd.3 12.55 Influence of angle between load applied and the direction perpendicular to the free edge Angle ß fβ = 0° 10° 20° 30° 40° 50° 60° 70° 80° ≥ 90° 1 1.Steel resistance: - VRd.34 1.40 1.7 41.24 1.64 1.01 1.c: Design concrete cone resistance = V0Rd.97 2.22 1. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.5 Design concrete pryout resistance VRd.c 0 Rd.p and NRd.s HIS-RN Data according ETA-05/0255.2 35.c Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 12.8 V0Rd.41 a) fck.32 2.8 19.3 [kN] [kN] M20 36.c = V ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 Basic design shear resistance Design steel resistance VRd.HVU with HIS-(R)N sleeve Adhesive anchor Shear loading The design shear resistance is the lower value of .0 39.ca) Anchor size k a) M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 2 NRd.cube/25N/mm²) 1 1.c VRd.c Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 1/2 a) fB = (f ck.Concrete edge resistance: VRd. 40.05 1.s Anchor size HIS-N VRd.48 1.

19 10 15 fc = (d / c) 0.44 4.00 6.18 6.38 5.07 1.35 0.95 2.74 10.00 2. c/hef Group of two anchors s/hef 3.38 1.52 0.65 2.25 5.32 2.27 0.41 5.65 0.31 6.12 2.08 7.38 3.25 3.26 1.16 3.88 9.35 ≥ 1.15 6.50 Combined tension and shear loading For combined tension and shear loading see section “Anchor Design”.98 1.50 11.56 3.55 0.5 Single anchor 0.49 8.45 0.76 4.67 5.10 6.65 1.55 4.25 0.38 3.88 1.62 7.12 1.83 2.75 10.33 a) The anchor spacing and the edge minimum edge distance cmin.00 4.75 5.82 1.38 3.85 distance shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin and the Influence of embedment depth Anchor size f hef = 0.03 3.59 1.65 0.38 9.42 7.00 1.65 2.99 5.15 2.96 5.06 4.73 8.65 0.99 9.27 6.25 5.84 1.71 0.84 1.50 9.71 0.87 5.3 0.55 3.84 1.65 0.00 1.00 5.83 2.5 ⋅ c)} 1/2 ≤1 0.90 5.84 1.54 6.95 3.75 6.09 9.65 0.38 1.11 3.83 2.25 1.40 1.32 1.95 3.36 6.35 0.50 8.40 1.20 3.35 0.65 1.00 5.70 6.56 4.06 2.16 7.83 6.35 0.40 1.56 2.51 4.63 6.25 7.25 2.30 5.2 1.32 2.00 1.11 8.21 1.99 8.84 1.04 1.69 2.75 10.50 7.50 6.5 0.22 1.50 0.67 9.95 3.36 3.5 ⋅ (1 + s / [3 ⋅ c]) ⋅ 0.41 5.43 5.47 2.22 1.98 2.00 9.65 0.84 1.35 0.00 1.95 1.90 4.39 8.17 2.26 5.22 9.25 12.11 4.45 0.00 3.40 1.35 0.21 8.91 5.86 5.56 4.61 5.45 7.00 1.57 2.00 3.25 8.75 7.59 8.14 5.20 2.75 0.33 4.57 5.08 6.15 0.26 10.94 4.29 6.37 2. 20 30 40 0.32 2.84 1.69 7.65 0.83 4.63 7.77 0.40 1.9 1.22 7.00 1.60 4.55 6.44 6.15 4.83 2.32 2.17 9.75 4.19 3.02 7.25 4.79 9.32 2.30 6.50 5.25 9.75 4.25 3.02 10.98 3.40 1.55 7.83 2.78 7.15 4.50 6.38 3.00 1.40 1.73 7.50 4.73 4.31 8.59 6.65 0.6 0.95 3.18 5.75 4.35 4.72 5.45 8.73 3.56 4.99 7.68 1.18 5.28 4.35 0.75 0.87 6.36 7.17 8.33 5.02 8.56 3.38 3.84 0.32 2.71 6.50 5.35 0.84 1.96 3.05 ⋅ (hef / d)1.15 3.50 12.55 4.21 4.50 2.25 0.31 7.77 0.90 3.81 3.20 5.86 4.66 8.00 1.38 3.00 1.68 3.45 5.45 Influence of edge distance a) 4 c/d 6 8 0.35 0.00 6.84 0.05 6.56 4.50 3.65 0.50 1.78 7.65 0.84 1.08 5.77 2.83 1.25 6.52 3.84 1.49 1.61 3.75 0.43 0. 380 10 / 2012 .05 1.38 3.25 6.83 2.35 0.65 0.32 2.92 8.84 5.90 6.98 5.40 1.72 8.85 6.63 2.35 0.54 6.12 4.04 5.44 2.94 2.22 8.90 8.77 1.84 1.00 1.40 0.83 2.63 0.35 5.75 1.83 8.81 6.81 3.03 6.00 1.74 3.35 0.57 0.76 4.96 7.35 0.86 5.83 2.86 3.00 1.04 7.95 3.76 3.32 1.97 10.63 0.40 1.30 2.65 0.65 0.HVU with HIS-(R)N sleeve Adhesive anchor Influence of base material thickness h/c fh = {h/(1.49 2.75 7.67 0.38 1.40 1.63 5.00 11.55 10.26 6.35 0.75 6.00 7.27 7.20 5.54 0.89 7.68 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 1.32 2.32 2.51 3.38 2.35 0.00 0.88 2.32 3.74 7.55 5.16 7.95 3.46 3.32 0.40 1.00 1.75 7.81 7.00 8.00 Influence of anchor spacing and edge distance a) for concrete edge resistance: f4 f4 = (c/hef)1.26 3.87 4.20 5.68 4.45 9.60 a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin.25 5.53 1.50 9.94 9.57 4.75 2.64 4.47 7.95 8.89 0.36 4.50 8.93 6.

Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck. no edge effects M20 205 270 HIS-N [kN] 16.8 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.8 69.3 74.3 M20 205 270 125 56.3 36.2 Shear VRd: single anchor.3 12.0 63.3 36. min.0 33.3 41. min.8 25.4.2 Shear VRd: single anchor.0 39. without lever arm HIS-(R)N [kN] 4.3 41.cube = 25 N/mm² Data according ETA-05/0255. edge distance (c = cmin) .cube = 25 N/mm² Data according ETA-05/0255.7 26. spacing (s = smin) .4 26.9 31. no edge effects.9 21. edge distance (c = cmin) HIS-(R)N [kN] 8.7 HIS-RN [kN] 8. no edge effects.8 19. issue 2011-06-23 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 Embedment depth hef = [mm] 90 110 125 170 120 150 170 230 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 40 45 60 80 Edge distance c = cmin= [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor.3 12. spacing (s = smin) HIS-(R)N [kN] 11. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations. issue 2011-06-23 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 Embedment depth hef = [mm] 90 110 125 170 120 150 170 230 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 40 45 60 80 Spacing s = smin= [mm] Tensile NRd: double anchor.2 Shear VRd: double anchor.2 5.4 26.4 38.5 13.5 M20 205 270 125 49. without lever arm HIS-N [kN] 10.5 8.8 19.5 381 .cube = 25 N/mm² (load values are valid for single anchor) Data according ETA-05/0255.9 13.4 18. no edge effects.0 16.4 21.2 35.4 18.6 58.5 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.1 HIS-RN [kN] 13.HVU with HIS-(R)N sleeve Adhesive anchor Precalculated values Recommended loads can be calculated by dividing the design resistance by an overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.7 HIS-RN [kN] 8. without lever arm 10 / 2012 HIS-N [kN] 10.9 24. issue 2011-06-23 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 Embedment depth hef = [mm] 90 110 125 170 120 150 170 230 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor. min.2 35.0 39. min.7 40.

seismic Shockproof fastenings in civil defence installations Fire test report Assessment report (fire) Authority / Laboratory DIBt. 382 10 / 2012 .suitable for non-cracked and cracked concrete C 20/25 to C 50/60 .high corrosion resistant . Bern MFPA.odourless epoxy .large diameter applications .long working time at elevated temperatures .suitable for dry and water saturated concrete .high loading capacity . / date of issue ETA-07/0260 / 2009-01-12 ESR 2322 / 2012-02-01 BZS D 08-604 / 2009-10-21 GS-III/B-07-070 / 2008-01-18 WF 166402 / 2007-10-26 & suppl. issue 2009-01-12. Leipzig warringtonfire No.Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with HIT-V rod Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with HIT-V rod Injection mortar system Benefits Hilti HITRE 500-SD 330 ml foil pack (also available as 500 ml and 1400 ml foil pack) Static mixer HIT-V rod Concrete Tensile zone Small edge distance and spacing European Technical Approval CE conformity PROFIS Anchor design software Variable embedment depth Fire resistance Shock . Berlin ICC evaluation service Federal Office for Cicil Protection. WF 172920 / 2008-05-27 a) All data given in this section according ETA-07/0260.embedment depth range: from 40 … 160 mm for M8 to 120 … 600 mm for M30 Seismic Corrosion resistance High corrosion resistance Approvals / certificates Description a) European technical approval ES report icl.

1 147.Concrete C 20/25.2 70.Temperate range I (min.0 31.1 83.8 52.0 22.0 7.1 65. Mean ultimate resistance.6 12.8 44.8 M8 Data according ETA-07/0260. issue 2009-01-12 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 [kN] [kN] 18.6 15.0 132. anchor HIT-V 5.9 92.2 12.m HIT-V 5.2 147.3 16.Base material thickness.8 20. M30 270 340 can be Mean ultimate resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.0 [kN] [kN] 16.cube = 25 N/mm².1 185.3 48.8 10 / 2012 383 .9 7. base material temperature -40°C.8 295.4 63.0 187.1 21.0 74.0 [kN] [kN] 8.0 152.0 92.9 9.One typical embedment depth.0 16.cube = 25 N/mm².8 Cracked concrete Tensile NRu.9 31.0 Characteristic resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.0 129.8 115.5 30.5 15.4 241.2 19.9 9.0 9. The corresponding load values calculated according to the simplified design method.m HIT-V 5.0 110.8 61.0 41.0 153.8 33.0 109.3 115.8 Anchor size Non cracked concrete Tensile NRk HIT-V 5.8 Cracked concrete Tensile NRd HIT-V 5.Installation temperature range +5°C to +40°C Embedment depth a) and base material thickness for the basic loading data.5 15.0 111.1 146. long ter m/short term base material temperature: +24°C/40°C) .0 17. as specified in the tables .2 53.8 73.4 92. characteristic resistance.0 M8 Data according ETA-07/0260.0 21.0 [kN] [kN] 18.8 Shear VRk HIT-V 5.8 Shear VRk HIT-V 5.5 30.3 12.8 Shear VRu.0 106.0 44.6 39.8 226.0 39.4 89.7 112.0 29.1 22.2 41.2 35.Steel failure .8 44. as specified in the table .0 28.0 15.8 M8 Data according ETA-07/0260.8 Shear VRd HIT-V 5.6 31.0 42.7 140.4 196.cube = 25 N/mm².9 61.7 88. max.0 120.0 140.6 88.m HIT-V 5.1 92.6 48.8 Shear VRu.5 120. design resistance.7 112. Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 Typical embedment depth [mm] 80 90 110 125 170 210 240 Base material thickness [mm] 110 120 140 165 220 270 300 a) The allowed range of embedment depth is shown in the setting details.Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with HIT-V rod Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to For details see Simplified design method . recommended loads.cube = 25 N/mm² .2 70.8 Anchor size Non cracked concrete Tensile NRd HIT-V 5. issue 2009-01-12 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 [kN] [kN] 12.0 70. fck.0 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck. as specified in the table .0 224. issue 2009-01-12 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 [kN] [kN] 18.1 9.8 Shear VRd HIT-V 5.2 64.1 22.8 Cracked concrete Tensile NRk HIT-V 5.Correct setting (See setting instruction) .8 Anchor size Non cracked concrete Tensile NRu. anchor HIT-V 5.No edge distance and spacing influence .m HIT-V 5.8 64.One anchor material. anchor HIT-V 5.0 72.

4 37.8 [kN] 5. as a result of diurnal cycling.6 58.cube = 25 N/mm².8 HIT-V 8. issue 2009-01-12 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 Anchor size M8 Non cracked concrete Tensile Nrec HIT-V 5.6 Cracked concrete Tensile Nrec HIT-V 5. Materials Mechanical properties of HIT-V / HAS [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] M8 500 800 700 800 400 640 450 600 Data according ETA-07/0260.0 84.1 34. Max long term base material temperature Long-term elevated base material temperatures are roughly constant over significant periods of time. An elevated base material temperature may lead to a reduction of the design bond resistance. e.4 9.4.g.9 65.7 M30 76.8 HIT-V-R HIT-V-HCR HIT-V 5.7 80.9 52.0 22.9 50.2 62.0 partial safety factors for action depend on the type of Service temperature range Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD injection mortar may be applied in the temperature ranges given below.8 Data according ETA-07/0260.3 65.3 45.0 24. The loading and shall be taken from national regulations.3 38.3 34. 20. Maximum long term base material temperature +24 °C +35 °C +43 °C Base material temperature Temperature range Temperature range I Temperature range II Temperature range III -40 °C to +40 °C -40 °C to +58 °C -40 °C to +70 °C Maximum short term base material temperature +40 °C +58 °C +70 ° C Max short term base material temperature Short-term elevated base material temperatures are those that occur over brief intervals.Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with HIT-V rod Recommended loads a): concrete C 20/25 – fck.8 Shear Vrec HIT-V 5.2 80.0 12.6 13.3 109 277 541 935 1387 1874 Anchor size HIT-V 5.8 [kN] 6.0 25.3 157 245 353 459 561 [mm³] 31.0 22. issue 2009-01-12 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 500 500 500 500 500 500 800 800 800 800 800 800 700 700 700 700 700 500 800 800 800 800 700 700 400 400 400 400 400 400 640 640 640 640 640 640 450 450 450 450 450 210 600 600 600 600 400 400 M30 500 800 500 700 400 640 210 400 [mm²] 36.6 a) With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.0 Shear Vrec HIT-V 5.0 12.0 51. anchor HIT-V 5.8 [kN] 8.8 HIT-V 8.1 8.8 Yield strength fyk HIT-V -R HIT-V -HCR Stressed cross-section HIT-V As Moment of HIT-V resistance W Nominal tensile strength f uk 384 10 / 2012 .3 63.1 8.9 12.3 50.3 15.8 [kN] 5.

1.8. 1. 1.4362 High corrosion resistant steel.8 Threaded rod HIT-V-R Threaded rod HIT-V-HCR Washer ISO 7089 Nut EN ISO 4032 Anchor dimensions Anchor size Anchor embedment depth [mm] M8 80 Anchor rod HIT-V.4529.4362 Strength class 70.4404. A5 > 8% ductile Steel galvanized.2 = 400 N/mm². A5 > 8% ductile steel galvanized ≥ 5 µm. 1. 1. 1. Strength class 8. 1. 1. 1. A5 > 8% ductile M24 to M30: Rm = 700 N/mm².4571.4439.8 Threaded rod HIT-V(F) 8. (F) hot dipped galvanized ≥ 45 µm.4578. 1. 1. dispenser 385 . A5 > 8% ductile strength class 70 for ≤ M24 and class 50 for M27 to M30. A5 > 8% ductile steel galvanized ≥ 5 µm. stainless steel grade A4. 1. 1. Rp 0.4578. 1. HIT-V-R. 1. Rp 0.4439. 1.Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with HIT-V rod Material quality Part Material Strength class 5.4571. 1.4565 Strength class 8.4571. 1.4529.4401.2 = 640 N/mm².4565 Threaded rod HIT-V(F) 5.4578.4404. hot dipped galvanized ≥ 45 µm Strength class 70. HIT-V-HCR M10 90 M12 110 M16 125 M20 170 M24 210 M27 240 M30 270 Anchor rods HIT-V (-R / -HCR) are available in variable length Setting installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer Other tools 10 / 2012 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 TE2 – TE16 TE40 – TE70 compressed air gun or blow out pump. Stainless steel grade A4. steel galvanized ≥ 5 µm.4362 High corrosion resistant steel. (F) hot dipped galvanized ≥ 45 µm.4401. 1. 1. 1.4404. 1.4565 strength ≤ M20: Rm = 800 N/mm². 1.4439.4401. hot dipped galvanized Stainless steel.8.4529. 1. high corrosion resistant steel. set of cleaning brushes.

issue 2009-01-12 Working time in which anchor Curing time before anchor can be inserted and adjusted tgel can be fully loaded tcure 12 min 4h 12 min 8h 20 min 12 h 30 min 24 h 90 min 48 h 120 min 72 h 10 / 2012 .Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with HIT-V rod Setting instruction Dry and water-saturated concrete. Curing time for general conditions Temperature of the base material 40 °C 30 °C to 39 °C 20 °C to 29 °C 15 °C to 19 °C 10 °C to 14 °C 5 °C to 9 °C 386 Data according ETA-07/0260. hammer drilling Brush bore hole with required steel brush HIT-RB For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product.

1.N 2 ccr.max (hef: embedment depth) b) h: base material thickness (h ≥ hmin) c) The critical edge distance for concrete cone failure depends on the embedment depth hef and the design bond resistance.Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with HIT-V rod Setting details Anchor size Nominal diameter of drill bit Effective anchorage and drill hole depth range a) Minimum base material thickness Diameter of clearance hole in the fixture Minimum spacing Minimum edge distance Critical spacing for splitting failure M8 Data according ETA-07/0260. a) hef.3 2.0 ⋅ hef Critical edge distance for splitting failure b) M30 scr.0 [mm] 4.0 > h / hef > 1. d) This is the maximum recommended torque moment to avoid splitting failure during installation for anchors with minimum spacing and/or edge distance. issue 2009-01-12 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 d0 [mm] 10 12 14 18 24 28 30 35 hef.5 hef Tmax [Nm] 10 20 40 80 150 For spacing (edge distance) smaller than critical spacing (critical edge distance) the design loads have to be reduced. 10 / 2012 387 .26 hef Critical spacing for concrete cone failure Critical edge distance for concrete cone failure c) Torque moment d) hef + 2 d0 scr.sp for h / hef ≥ 2.max [mm] 160 200 240 320 400 480 540 600 hmin [mm] df [mm] 9 12 14 18 22 26 30 33 smin [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 120 135 150 cmin [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 120 135 150 200 270 300 hef + 30 mm ≥ 100 mm 2 ccr.sp 1.sp ccr.N 1.N ccr.8 h for 2.min [mm] 40 40 48 64 80 96 108 120 hef.min ≤ hef ≤ hef. The simplified formula given in this table is on the save side.3 for h / hef ≤ 1.6 hef .

N ⋅ fre.N Basic design tensile resistance Design steel resistance NRd.N ⋅ f2.N ⋅ fre.p ⋅ fB.N ⋅ fh.Steel resistance: NRd. Influence of concrete strength Influence of edge distance Influence of spacing Valid for a group of two anchors. Tension loading The design tensile resistance is the lower value of .sp ⋅ fh.Combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance: NRd.N ⋅ f3.sp = N0Rd.s Anchor size HIT-V 5.6 58.9 31.0 130. issue 2009-01-12 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 19. For more complex fastening applications please use the anchor design software PROFIS Anchor.p ⋅ fre. The influencing factors must then be considered for each edge distance and spacing.c = N - ⋅ fB ⋅ f1. (The method may also be applied for anchor groups with more than two anchors or more than one edge distance.s HIT-V-R HIT-V-HCR 388 [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] M8 12.7 82.sp ⋅ f3.3 299.Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with HIT-V rod Simplified design method Simplified version of the design method according ETAG 001.0 132.7 188.7 21.0 130.0 52.N 0 Rd.4 30. TR 029.8 HIT-V 8.0 19.c . The calculated design loads are then on the save side: They will be lower than the exact values according ETAG 001.N ⋅ f3.s .p = N0Rd.3 187.3 30.0 153.7 84.sp ⋅ f2.7 84.N ⋅ f2.7 117. TR 029.3 13. it is recommended to use the anchor design software PROFIS anchor) The design method is based on the following simplification: No different loads are acting on individual anchors (no eccentricity) The values are valid for one anchor.6 152.8 NRd.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1. issue 2009-01-12.1 80.N ⋅ fh.0 244.3 98.0 118.3 28.3 Data according ETA-07/0260.p ⋅ f1.N Concrete splitting resistance (only non-cracked concrete): NRd.1 10 / 2012 .Concrete cone resistance: NRd.9 M30 187.9 19. Design resistance according data given in ETA-07/0260. To avoid this.8 92.7 44.7 44.

p ⋅ f1.0 15. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.8 135.8 [kN] [kN] [kN] 8.N ⋅ f2.8 41.cube/25N/mm²)0.6 36.4 44.0 35.9 35.0 157.1 Design concrete cone resistance NRd.N ⋅ fh.3 13.6 9.5 22.9 22.1 72.3 78.N ⋅ fre.5 8.p ⋅ fB.c = N0Rd.c Cracked concrete [kN] a) M8 20.6 36.06 1. issue 2009-01-12 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 24.1 1. issue 2009-01-12 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 80 90 110 125 170 210 240 270 [kN] [kN] [kN] 17.9 18.07 a) fck.5 17.p Temperature range III Cracked concrete N0Rd.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.4 Data according ETA-07/0260.4 5.N ⋅ f3.1 23.p Temperature range I N0Rd.5 29.9 14.p Temperature range II N0Rd.0 32.3 Splitting resistance must only be considered for non-cracked concrete Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 f B.5 12.0 10.p Temperature range I N0Rd.typ [mm] Non cracked concrete N0Rd.7 106.7 60.6 63.sp ⋅ f h.08 1.sp ⋅ f2.N ⋅ f3.N Design splitting resistance a) NRd.cube = concrete compressive strength.2 63.09 Influence of embedment depth on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance fh.3 52.p = N0Rd.4 12.9 25.0 48.5 133.N ⋅ fh.p Temperature range III M8 Data according ETA-07/0260.4 17.9 18.6 28.9 29.3 61.p = hef/hef.7 76.1 a) 1 1.41 a) fck.5 35.8 8.1 24.1 14.55 389 .1 20.1 20.6 63.typ Influence of concrete strength on concrete cone resistance Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 fB = (f ck.6 82.6 53.48 1.9 52.cube/25N/mm²)1/2 a) 1 1.0 38.2 89.p ⋅ fre.N ⋅ f2.3 4.N Anchor size Typical embedment depth hef.p = (f ck.N Anchor size N0Rd.7 M30 106.4 33.cube = concrete compressive strength.4 76.02 1. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length 10 / 2012 C 45/55 C 50/60 1.N ⋅ fre.sp = N0Rd.sp ⋅ f3.6 105.9 7.0 52.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.3 73.22 1.Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with HIT-V rod Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance NRd.34 1.p Temperature range II N0Rd.c Non cracked concrete [kN] N0Rd.04 1.

Influence of anchor spacing a) s/scr.88 0.N) 0.Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with HIT-V rod Influence of edge distance a) c/ccr.N 0.3⋅c/ccr.5 0.Steel resistance: - Concrete pryout resistance: .9 a) 0.1 0.79 0.typ) 1.80 0.7 + 0. Influence of embedment depth on concrete cone resistance fh.9 1 0.N f 1.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.sp = 0.90 0.7 0.80 0.sp = 0.94 0.8 0.8 a) 0.cp = k ⋅ lower value of NRd. These influencing factors must be considered for every edge distance smaller than the critical edge distance.sp f 1.2 0.5 0.5⋅(1 + s/scr.75 a) 0.55 0.N = (hef/hef.N = 0.95 1 f 3.s VRd.sp f 3.2 0.5⋅(1 + s/scr.3 0.c = V0Rd.N = 0.95 1 f 2.85 0.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.85 0.sp) a) The anchor spacing shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin given in the table with the setting details.9 1 0. then a factor f re = 1 may be applied.65 0.70 0.3 0.6 0.7 + 0.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc 10 / 2012 .4 0.5 + hef/200mm ≤ 1 a) This factor applies only for dense reinforcement.c VRd.sp) a) The the edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin given in the table with the setting details.N) 0.Concrete edge resistance: 390 VRd.55 0.1 s/scr.85 a) 0.70 0.90 0.sp = 0.7 f re.65 0.7 0.N = 0.8 0.60 0. Shear loading The design shear resistance is the lower value of .4 0.3⋅c/ccr.75 0.97 1 0.85 0.N c/ccr.p and NRd.73 0.60 0.76 0.5 Influence of reinforcement hef [mm] 40 50 60 70 80 90 ≥ 100 a) 0.95 a) 1 0.75 0. If in the area of anchorage there is reinforcement with a spacing ≥ 150 mm (any diameter) or with a diameter ≤ 10 mm and a spacing ≥ 100 mm.82 0.sp f 2. This influencing factor must be considered for every anchor spacing.6 0.91 0.N = 0.

8 19.0 [kN] 4.6 44.2 19.2 12.45 0.9 92.48 1.05 1.05 1.c Cracked concrete V0Rd.0 M30 112.9 1.0 36. issue 2009-01-12 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 12.0 179.cube/25N/mm²)1/2 a) 1 1.5 0.2 25.p: Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance NRd.5 37.5  Influence of base material thickness h/c fh = 10 / 2012 {h/(1.45 0.4 78.6 11.8 147.p and k ⋅ NRd.55 0.00 1 (cos αV )2 +  sin αV  2  2.0 16.1 1.c k = 1 for hef < 60 mm k = 2 for hef ≥ 60 mm a) NRd.0 18.s Anchor size HIT-V 5.6 0.cp = lower valuea) of k ⋅ NRd.4 27.2 6.3 0.75 0.2 50.2 12.71 0.4 27.4 92.41 a) fck.8 112.5 ⋅ c)} 1/2 ≤1 391 .2 1.c M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 [kN] 5.97 2.32 2.77 0.22 1.95 1.84 0.24 1.c: Design concrete cone resistance = V0Rd.7 27.13 1.8 VRd.35 ≥ 1.40 1.1 8.8 31.8 HIT-V 8.cube = concrete compressive strength.01 1.32 0.63 0.50 0.s HIT-V-R HIT-V-HCR [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] Data according ETA-07/0260.2 58.34 1.5 53.c Anchor size Non-cracked concrete V0Rd.5 Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 fB = (f ck.6 18.3 55.1 79.2 50.4 70.0 Design concrete pryout resistance VRd.3 12.Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with HIT-V rod Basic design shear resistance Design steel resistance VRd.2 13.9 8.4 112.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Design concrete edge resistance VRd.2 35.89 0.64 1.55 Influence of angle between load applied and the direction perpendicular to the free edge Angle ß fβ = 0° 10° 20° 30° 40° 50° 60° 70° 80° ≥ 90° 1 1.0 8.2 48.5 48. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.9 31.4 78.0 M8 7.3 18.15 0.8 70.

83 2.84 1.60 4.43 6.67 20 30 40 0.35 0.26 7.89 7.63 2.38 3.35 0.83 2.84 1.72 5.68 0.40 1.08 5.38 9.04 a) The anchor spacing and the minimum edge distance cmin.99 6.65 0.77 2.59 5.31 8.09 9.00 1.22 7.95 3.84 1.76 3.01 1.18 6.38 3.38 3.50 6.65 1.08 7.35 0.84 1.82 1.12 1.35 0.50 6.04 5.95 2.84 6.98 2.00 7.15 2.42 7.87 7.56 2.56 3.45 8.19 3.32 1.35 0.99 8.10 6.02 10.27 6.96 3.85 6.78 10.18 5.45 5.99 9.97 10.00 4.41 5.95 3.00 1.65 0.75 6.86 5.00 1.99 7.71 0.86 3.75 1.65 2.90 4.00 2.83 1.84 1.20 5.07 1.49 8.32 2.51 4.75 4.65 0.54 6.40 1.00 1.64 2.17 9.38 2.68 hef/d f hef = 4 4.69 7.25 5.52 0.00 3.94 2.38 1.5 Single anchor 0.90 3.50 8.00 0.72 6.65 0.67 5.77 2.63 5.64 4.90 6.56 4.27 7.98 1.65 0.35 0.44 4.16 3.17 2.35 4.00 8.87 6.84 1.25 8.50 5.50 8.57 2.22 1.81 3.02 8.57 5.00 1.47 7.84 1.56 4.94 4.83 4.50 12.36 7.95 3. Combined tension and shear loading For combined tension and shear loading see section “Anchor Design”.25 3.70 6.43 0.65 0.21 4.21 4.35 0.40 1.35 5.75 7.5 ⋅ (1 + s / [3 ⋅ c]) ⋅ 0.75 1.27 5.74 7.30 4.75 10.65 0.35 0.35 0.51 3.55 6.75 4.60 fc = (d / c) a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin.73 5.68 1.59 1.63 0.50 0.83 8.76 4.Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with HIT-V rod Influence of anchor spacing and edge distance a) for concrete edge resistance: f4 f4 = (c/hef)1.63 6.00 3.36 3.55 5.32 2.65 0. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.11 4.41 5.25 2.54 1.90 8.81 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 3.93 6.65 0.55 3.00 1.56 3.39 8.35 0.50 3.65 1.65 0.25 9.45 7.69 3.15 5.00 11.25 4.00 1.57 0.28 4.83 2.40 1.75 0.21 8.50 0.03 3.96 5.38 5.95 4.20 5.31 4.00 1.83 2.35 0.63 7.83 2. Precalculated values Recommended loads can be calculated by dividing the design resistance by an overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.84 5.32 1.46 3.67 9.55 10.26 9.00 2.49 2.38 3.26 edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing 10.20 2.25 6.30 6.65 0.84 1.19 10 15 0.73 4.26 1.25 3.88 9.38 3.06 2.74 3.78 4.62 7.84 2.45 9.39 2.56 5.38 3.96 7.84 0.25 5.25 6.95 8.32 2.75 1.00 5. c/hef Group of two anchors s/hef 2.73 8.86 6.72 4.11 8.00 1.00 5.35 0.75 2.71 6.94 9.83 3.61 3.75 8.52 3.35 0.32 2.77 0.32 2.32 2.16 7.79 9.54 6.81 7.25 0.03 6.66 8.40 1.61 5.65 0.83 6.08 6.11 3.32 1.68 4.40 1.68 3.04 7.40 1.22 5.51 0.50 9.27 0.33 5.31 10.84 1.15 3.95 2.88 1.83 2.87 4.40 1.92 8.05 6.32 3.47 2.22 6.55 7.76 4.4.00 1.50 5.05 ⋅ (hef / d) 1.73 3.98 4. 392 10 / 2012 .35 0.81 6.50 7.86 3.57 5.16 7.38 3.25 5.38 1.12 4.00 6.25 3.50 1.75 0.91 5.25 12.35 0.00 1.49 2.44 6.15 4.53 1.50 11.14 5.20 5.85 smin and the Influence of embedment depth hef/d f hef = 0.31 1.83 2.65 0.15 5.40 1.36 4.74 7.25 8.81 3.06 4.29 6.30 2.90 4.73 5.55 4.25 3.50 4.40 1.32 2.75 7.26 3.32 2.33 7.50 9.84 1.50 Influence of edge distance a) c/d 4 6 8 0.67 0.88 2.98 5.40 1.75 7.75 5.00 9.00 6.55 7.65 0.25 1.56 4.42 7.02 7.12 2.00 1.05 ⋅ (hef / d) 1.36 6.5 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 0.63 0.59 8.44 2.00 1.37 2.33 4.95 3.20 3.17 8.75 7.40 0.18 5.

0 115.0 HIT-V-R [kN] 6.4 70.6 7.8 70. issue 2009-01-12 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 Embedment depth hef.4 12.0 HIT-V 8.3 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 6.4 3.6 35.1 70.4 12.4 92.1 HIT-V-R HIT-V-HCR Shear VRd: single anchor.4 27.8 [kN] 9.9 92. without lever arm Non cracked concrete HIT-V 5.8 HIT-V-R [kN] 8.4 HIT-V-R HIT-V-HCR 10 / 2012 M30 180 250 58.6 58.cube = 25 N/mm². without lever arm Non cracked concrete HIT-V 5.1 = [mm] 48 60 72 96 120 144 162 100 100 102 132 168 200 222 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor.1 9.4 8. Temperature range I Data according ETA-07/0260.4 26.3 16.3 55.2 50.1 45.6 31.2 18.0 Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.6 49.8 [kN] 5.2 48. min.8 28.2 12.1 82.6 41.4 27.1 = [mm] 48 60 72 96 120 144 162 100 100 102 132 168 200 222 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 120 135 Edge distance c = cmin= [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor.2 35.0 63.8 [kN] 3. edge distance (c = cmin) Non cracked concrete HIT-V 5.4 18.4 92.8 HIT-V 8.9 18.8 HIT-V 8.8 70. no edge effects. issue 2009-01-12 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 Embedment depth hef.0 HIT-V 8.0 M30 180 250 150 33.9 16.9 6.4 11.6 11.9 92.8 [kN] 6. no edge effects Non cracked concrete HIT-V 5.6 5.4 112.2 HIT-V-R HIT-V-HCR Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.8 [kN] 11.4 78.5 48.3 13.1 22.0 16.0 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.8 [kN] 6. min.8 HIT-V 8.2 23.8 15.8 19.7 7.2 35.2 18.0 HIT-V-R HIT-V-HCR Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.3 HIT-V-R HIT-V-HCR Shear VRd: single anchor.5 29.2 12.2 23.1 22.3 55.0 17.4 18.3 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 11.8 138.4 27.1 18.7 31.0 16.5 48.0 112.8 [kN] 7.8 HIT-V 8.1 22.4 4.3 12.6 HIT-V-R HIT-V-HCR Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.1 79.7 10.4 27. Temperature range I Data according ETA-07/0260.7 21.8 31.8 19.0 162.9 12.1 45.5 9.0 393 . edge distance (c = cmin) .9 99.5 4.8 112.1 41.9 58.Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with HIT-V rod Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.3 8.8 HIT-V 8.8 31.8 HIT-V 8.0 63.8 [kN] 3.4 78.9 20.8 [kN] 6.2 50.1 79.2 48.cube = 25 N/mm².4 112.8 112.1 15.8 [kN] 2.

8 103.3 55.5 48.2 48.3 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 12.5 7.1 74.8 21.1 58.3 73.0 10 / 2012 . issue 2009-01-12 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 Embedment depth hef.2 41.2 HIT-V-R [kN] 8.3 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 7.3 106.8 HIT-V 8.8 40.6 53.7 98.8 31.4 27.8 19.6 53.cube = 25 N/mm².3 40.0 HIT-V 8.0 63.3 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 12.7 Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.0 18.8 31.4 HIT-V 8.3 88.8 [kN] 4.0 HIT-V-R HIT-V-HCR Shear VRd: single anchor.2 10.4 92.0 8.3 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 4.8 70.6 5.3 40.3 55.0 179.8 28.3 53.0 179.4 112. without lever arm Non cracked concrete HIT-V 5.1 79.6 13.2 89.7 72. min.6 33.8 19.0 24. Temperature range I (load values are valid for single anchor) Data according ETA-07/0260.3 28.2 70.8 [kN] 17.4 27.0 16.3 73.1 12.2 12.4 78.3 12.2 80.8 19.2 12.8 17.5 56.3 28.0 394 M30 180 250 150 34.2 HIT-V-R [kN] 8.8 [kN] 12.2 58.9 24.2 35.2 50.8 [kN] 7.9 103.2 48.3 28.2 18.0 63.8 [kN] 8.0 HIT-V 8.8 [kN] 7.9 21.9 92.0 19.0 63.4 78.9 71.6 HIT-V-R HIT-V-HCR Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.8 112.8 74.3 13.8 147.6 17.9 31.4 26.1 = [mm] 48 60 72 96 120 144 162 100 100 102 132 168 200 222 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 120 135 Spacing s = smin= [mm] Tensile NRd: double anchor.4 70.0 48.0 18.3 73.8 70.5 56.1 12.4 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 17.0 16.2 58.8 17.3 55.5 17.0 18.2 63.1 M30 270 340 106.0 Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.3 53.0 32.1 HIT-V-R HIT-V-HCR Shear VRd: double anchor.5 19.2 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.8 70.7 112. no edge effects.9 24.0 32.3 12.4 92.2 50.8 31.8 HIT-V 8.2 18.2 35.4 9. issue 2009-01-12 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 Embedment depth hef.7 HIT-V 8. without lever arm Non cracked concrete HIT-V 5.3 20.1 74.9 12.2 89.8 17.2 35. no edge effects.2 48.5 74.8 [kN] 12.8 147.8 24.8 103.4 88.4 HIT-V-R [kN] 13.8 [kN] 7.7 106. no edge effects.0 18.2 HIT-V 8.9 74. spacing (s = smin) Non cracked concrete HIT-V 5.5 70.9 29.8 40. Temperature range I Data according ETA-07/0260.5 48.2 12.4 27.4 Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.4 33. no edge effects Non cracked concrete HIT-V 5.3 73.6 53.3 28.8 40.9 58.2 89.8 [kN] 7.1 12.2 50.9 35.9 88.8 [kN] 6.4 33.6 53.4 112.8 112.3 53.0 33.8 [kN] 12.1 12.6 52.9 92.2 12.cube = 25 N/mm².typ = [mm] 80 90 110 125 170 210 240 110 120 140 161 218 266 300 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor.8 HIT-V 8. spacing (s = smin) .4 78.0 16.7 HIT-V-R [kN] 7.4 26.3 48.Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with HIT-V rod Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.8 40.8 [kN] 4.2 HIT-V-R [kN] 4.8 [kN] 3.0 16.3 53.0 112.1 79.4 27. min.

1 11.2 48.7 20.8 [kN] 7. edge distance (c = cmin) Non cracked concrete HIT-V 5.8 5.5 17.8 [kN] 12. spacing (s = smin) .1 12.8 HIT-V 8.6 59.0 16.typ = [mm] 80 90 110 125 170 210 240 110 120 140 161 218 266 300 Base material thickness hmin = [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 120 135 Edge distance c = cmin= [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor.8 HIT-V-R [kN] 8.8 147. spacing (s = smin) Non cracked concrete HIT-V 5.0 112.8 HIT-V 8.6 70.8 [kN] 5.6 43.3 HIT-V-R HIT-V-HCR Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.3 11.6 59.8 HIT-V 8.0 16. Temperature range I Data according ETA-07/0260.4 92.4 78.2 HIT-V-R [kN] 8.8 HIT-V 8.7 112.0 9.8 7.8 31.8 112.8 112.3 55.0 18.0 17. without lever arm Non cracked concrete HIT-V 5.8 19.2 35.9 24.2 21.7 34.9 92. Temperature range I (load values are valid for single anchor) Data according ETA-07/0260.4 36.4 27.8 [kN] 3.typ = [mm] 80 90 110 125 170 210 240 110 120 140 161 218 266 300 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 120 135 Spacing s = smin= [mm] Tensile NRd: double anchor.0 395 .5 12.0 HIT-V-R HIT-V-HCR Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.1 79.9 104.0 58.8 HIT-V 8.3 12.9 26.2 48.cube = 25 N/mm².4 35.3 7.0 HIT-V 8. without lever arm Non cracked concrete HIT-V 5.8 HIT-V-R HIT-V-HCR Shear VRd: double anchor.8 24. min. no edge effects.3 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 12. issue 2009-01-12 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 Embedment depth hef.2 8.7 M30 270 340 150 59.cube = 25 N/mm².8 19.5 35.2 50.0 18.8 [kN] 12. edge distance (c = cmin) .3 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 12.5 35.1 19.8 [kN] 7.1 79.2 12.0 10 / 2012 M30 270 340 150 51. min.8 31.9 13.8 [kN] 10.9 42.5 18.6 11.0 120.2 30.4 92.2 12.1 35.3 55.5 48.5 29. no edge effects.6 3.3 12.8 70.5 48.2 23.6 15.2 50.4 30.4 70.6 58.2 35.Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with HIT-V rod Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.1 41.8 [kN] 9.2 16.0 HIT-V 8.4 78.7 5.8 HIT-V-R HIT-V-HCR Shear VRd: single anchor.9 24.6 29.0 17.6 25. issue 2009-01-12 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 Embedment depth hef.5 16.6 86.9 92.0 Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.5 HIT-V-R HIT-V-HCR Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.1 13.2 50.8 [kN] 2.1 18.8 70. min.8 HIT-V 8.3 HIT-V-R HIT-V-HCR Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.4 27. min.9 8.0 177.8 [kN] 4.4 112.

2 50.4 70.1 HIT-V 8.0 52.7 44.6 32.4 117.2 50.3 12.6 32.0 10 / 2012 .0 117.8 147.0 M30 360 430 150 73.2 50.3 96.5 52.6 32.4 38.0 5.8 [kN] 7.6 40.2 = [mm] 96 120 144 192 240 288 324 126 150 174 228 288 344 384 Base material thickness hmin = [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 120 135 Edge distance c = cmin= [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor.4 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 10.7 16.3 164.8 22.3 72.9 96.2 50. Temperature range I Data according ETA-07/0260.8 22.2 50.4 117.9 96.cube = 25 N/mm².9 112. no edge effects Non cracked concrete HIT-V 5.8 22.8 12.2 35. without lever arm Non cracked concrete HIT-V 5.4 92.4 80.8 [kN] 2.9 5.1 79.7 64.8 HIT-V 8.7 HIT-V-R HIT-V-HCR Shear VRd: single anchor.9 31.4 18.0 89.2 50.3 72.9 31. min.5 9.0 179.8 19.2 58.8 HIT-V 8.2 HIT-V 8.0 18.5 HIT-V-R HIT-V-HCR 396 M30 360 430 164. edge distance (c = cmin) .8 70.2 HIT-V-R [kN] 8.5 140.6 16.2 48.5 140.Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with HIT-V rod Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.8 22.8 [kN] 5.0 19. issue 2009-01-12 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 Embedment depth hef.0 12.8 112.5 140.0 16.8 HIT-V 8.4 85.3 55.8 [kN] 11.5 48.3 28.8 HIT-V 8.2 = [mm] 96 120 144 192 240 288 324 126 150 174 228 288 344 384 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor.9 96.3 98.4 37.0 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck. edge distance (c = cmin) Non cracked concrete HIT-V 5.8 89.8 [kN] 19.2 HIT-V-R [kN] 13.6 58.6 32.4 78.2 17.8 HIT-V-R HIT-V-HCR Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.4 27.4 112.4 117. Temperature range I Data according ETA-07/0260. without lever arm Non cracked and cracked concrete HIT-V 5.0 89.8 [kN] 10.1 27.2 Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.7 7.4 85. no edge effects.8 31.4 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 19.9 21.0 18.0 52.5 27.9 18.5 80.cube = 25 N/mm².1 HIT-V-R [kN] 10.4 78.8 4.3 30.3 164.3 72.7 64.4 22.7 HIT-V-R HIT-V-HCR Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.4 85. min.3 30.6 62. issue 2009-01-12 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 Embedment depth hef.7 28.1 Shear VRd: single anchor.8 [kN] 12.3 72.7 16.9 92.8 [kN] 3.7 82.8 9.5 44.7 44.3 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 12.8 [kN] 12.9 25.7 16.4 27.8 [kN] 10.7 16.5 21.1 13.0 HIT-V 8.2 12.

4 92.0 HIT-V 8. without lever arm Non cracked concrete HIT-V 5.0 14.5 48.2 76.2 76.3 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 12.3 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 12.2 50.7 61.8 112.8 [kN] 12.5 34.8 [kN] 12.Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with HIT-V rod Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.4 78.8 20.0 397 .8 70.8 64.1 79.1 112. issue 2009-01-12 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 Embedment depth hef.8 64.4 20. spacing (s = smin) Non cracked concrete HIT-V 5.7 89.8 [kN] 7.2 76.8 31.0 179.4 27.4 70.7 44.0 18.3 55.2 50.2 12.3 12.8 19.4 112.0 112.0 154.4 20.9 HIT-V-R HIT-V-HCR Shear VRd: double anchor.9 52.2 = [mm] 96 120 144 192 240 288 324 126 150 174 228 288 344 384 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 120 135 Spacing s = smin= [mm] Tensile NRd: double anchor.4 112.8 112.8 31.2 50.4 20. min.8 [kN] 7. spacing (s = smin).8 64.1 79.0 10 / 2012 M30 360 430 150 89.8 135.2 12.8 [kN] 13.4 92.6 HIT-V-R [kN] 13.0 HIT-V 8.8 [kN] 7.2 35.1 26.2 76.0 16.5 34.3 55.2 HIT-V-R [kN] 8.3 26.9 92.6 HIT-V 8.4 78.2 35.5 34.1 26.7 89.8 70.4 78. Temperature range I (load values are valid for single anchor) Data according ETA-07/0260.2 58.8 19.3 12. no edge effects.8 31.6 Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.4 27.0 16.4 27.0 18.2 50.8 HIT-V 8.8 64.9 48.5 48.6 58.2 11.0 18.8 147.4 78.9 48.9 92.0 Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.9 48.6 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 13.8 [kN] 12.9 48.2 48.0 19.4 70.6 HIT-V-R [kN] 8.4 27.0 18. min.5 34.2 48.7 89. no edge effects.cube = 25 N/mm².1 26.

WF 172920 / 2008-05-27 a) All data given in this section according ETA-07/0260.suitable for cracked and noncracked concrete C 20/25 to C 50/60 . seismic Shockproof fastenings in civil defence installations Fire test report Assessment report (fire) Authority / Laboratory DIBt. Bern MFPA. / date of issue ETA-07/0260 / 2009-01-12 ESR 2322 / 2012-02-01 BZS D 08-604 / 2009-10-21 GS-III/B-07-070 / 2008-01-18 WF 166402 / 2007-10-26 & suppl.odourless epoxy HIS-(R)N sleeve Concrete Tensile zone Small edge distance and spacing Fire resistance Shock Seismic Corrosion resistance European Technical Approval CE conformity PROFIS Anchor design software Approvals / certificates Description European technical approval a) ES report icl.suitable for dry and water saturated concrete . 398 10 / 2012 . issue 2009-01-12. Berlin ICC evaluation service Federal Office for Cicil Protection.high loading capacity .Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with HIS-(R)N Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with HIS-(R)N Injection mortar system Benefits Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD 330 ml foil pack (also available as 500 ml and 1400 ml foil pack) Statik mixer . Leipzig warringtonfire No.long working time at elevated temperatures .

anchor HIS-N Anchor size Non cracked concrete Tensile NRu.8 .3 36.3 70.7 48.9 59. anchor HIS-N Anchor size Non cracked concrete Tensile NRd HIS-N Shear VRd HIS-N Cracked concrete Tensile NRd HIS-N Shear VRd HIS-N 10 / 2012 M8 Data according ETA-07/0260. as specified in the table .4 62.Screw strength class 8.2 70.8 10.cube = 25 N/mm².9 62.4 19.8 59. fck.cube = 25 N/mm².6 36.Base material thickness.0 18.6 26.4 27. recommended loads.m HIS-N Cracked concrete Tensile NRu.0 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.5 57.Steel failure .One typical embedment depth.3 13.9 10.0 111. max. Anchor size Embedment depth [mm] Base material thickness [mm] M8 90 120 M10 110 150 M12 125 170 M16 170 230 M20 205 270 Mean ultimate resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck. issue 2009-01-12 M10 M12 M16 M20 [kN] [kN] 26.0 109.No edge distance and spacing influence .m HIS-N M8 Data according ETA-07/0260.0 39.0 105.3 13. anchor HIS-N Anchor size Non cracked concrete Tensile NRk HIS-N Shear VRk HIS-N Cracked concrete Tensile NRk HIS-N Shear VRk HIS-N M8 Data according ETA-07/0260.Concrete C 20/25.7 [kN] [kN] 13.0 38.0 23.0 40.0 123. characteristic resistance.5 57.7 48.8 [kN] [kN] 26.7 399 .0 26.Correct setting (See setting instruction) . issue 2009-01-12 M10 M12 M16 M20 [kN] [kN] 16.0 106. as specified in the table .0 46.cube = 25 N/mm² . design resistance.Temperate range I (min.1 41.m HIS-N Shear VRu.0 13.Installation temperature range +5°C to +40°C Embedment depth and base material thickness for the basic loading data.3 50.8 Characteristic resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.3 24.0 79.0 [kN] [kN] 25.0 114.cube = 25 N/mm².7 55.0 114. issue 2009-01-12 M10 M12 M16 M20 [kN] [kN] 25.7 18.4 24. base material temperature -40°C.3 39.0 67. as specified in the tables .0 55. Mean ultimate resistance.0 39.3 39. long ter m/short term base material temperature: +24°C/40°C) .2 67.0 13.One anchor material.4 41.3 24.0 53.4 33.0 50.0 23.m HIS-N Shear VRu.Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with HIS-(R)N Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to For details see Simplified design method .

1 237.6 28.6 Screw [mm²] 36.4.1 256. anchor HIS-N Data according ETA-07/0260.1 Cracked concrete Tensile Nrec HIS-N [kN] 9. Maximum long term base material temperature +24 °C +35 °C +43 °C Base material temperature Temperature range Temperature range I Temperature range II Temperature range III -40 °C to +40 °C -40 °C to +58 °C -40 °C to +70 °C Maximum short term base material temperature +40 °C +58 °C +70 ° C Max short term base material temperature Short-term elevated base material temperatures are those that occur over brief intervals.6 50. issue 2009-01-12 M10 M12 M16 M20 24. An elevated base material temperature may lead to a reduction of the design bond resistance. as a result of diurnal cycling. Materials Mechanical properties of HIS-(R)N Anchor size Nominal tensile strength f uk Yield strength fyk Stressed crosssection As HIS-N Screw 8. issue 2009-01-12 M10 M12 M16 490 460 460 800 800 800 700 700 700 700 700 700 410 375 375 640 640 640 350 350 350 450 450 450 M20 460 800 700 700 375 640 350 450 10 / 2012 .8 HIS-RN Screw A4-70 HIS-N Screw 8.4 13.4 13.4 26.6 Shear Vrec HIS-N [kN] 7.0 18. e.3 157 245 [mm³] [mm³] 145 31.0 19.8 HIS-RN Screw A4-70 [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] M8 490 800 700 700 410 640 350 450 HIS-(R)N [mm²] 51.cube = 25 N/mm².2 factors for action depend on the type of Service temperature range Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD injection mortar may be applied in the temperature ranges given below.Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with HIS-(R)N Recommended loads a): concrete C 20/25 – fck.1 35.8 Shear Vrec HIS-N [kN] 7.5 108.1 a) With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.9 18.6 58 84. The partial safety loading and shall be taken from national regulations.1 27.1 26. 38. Max long term base material temperature Long-term elevated base material temperatures are roughly constant over significant periods of time.2 Anchor size M8 Non cracked concrete Tensile Nrec HIS-N [kN] 12.1 17.1 28.g.0 169.9 13.3 840 109 1595 277 1543 541 HIS-(R)N Moment of resistance W Screw 400 Data according ETA-07/0260.2 430 62.

4401 and 1. 1. internally threaded sleeves HIS-N steel galvanized ≥ 5µm b) internally threaded sleeves stainless steel 1. 1. 1.4401.8. A5 > 8% Ductile steel galvanized ≥ 5µm b) related fastening screw: strength class 70.4571.4362 Anchor dimensions Anchor size Internal sleeve HIS-(R)N Anchor embedment depth [mm] M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M8x90 M10x110 M12x125 M16x170 M20x205 90 110 125 170 205 Setting installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer Other tools 10 / 2012 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 TE 2 – TE 16 TE 40 – TE 70 compressed air gun or blow out pump.4578.4571 HIS-RN a) related fastening screw: strength class 8. dispenser 401 .0718. A5 > 8% Ductile stainless steel 1.4404. 1. 1.Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with HIS-(R)N Material quality Part Material a) C-steel 1.4439. set of cleaning brushes.

issue 2009-01-12 Working time in which anchor Curing time before anchor can be inserted and adjusted tgel can be fully loaded tcure 12 min 4h 12 min 8h 20 min 12 h 30 min 24 h 90 min 48 h 120 min 72 h 10 / 2012 . hammer drilling Brush bore hole with required steel brush HIT-RB For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product.Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with HIS-(R)N Setting instruction Dry and water-saturated concrete. Curing time for general conditions Temperature of the base material 40 °C 30 °C to 39 °C 20 °C to 29 °C 15 °C to 19 °C 10 °C to 14 °C 5 °C to 9 °C 402 Data according ETA-07/0260.

sp for h / hef ≥ 2.5 20.5 hef Tmax [Nm] 10 20 40 For spacing (edge distance) smaller than critical spacing (critical edge distance) the design loads have to be reduced. c) This is the maximum recommended torque moment to avoid splitting failure during installation for anchors with minimum spacing and/or edge distance. a) h: base material thickness (h ≥ hmin) b) The critical edge distance for concrete cone failure depends on the embedment depth hef and the design bond resistance. The simplified formula given in this table is on the save side.max Minimum spacing Minimum edge distance Critical spacing for splitting failure M8 [mm] 14 18 22 28 32 d [mm] 12. 10 / 2012 403 .3 scr.26 hef Critical spacing for concrete cone failure Critical edge distance for concrete cone failure b) Torque moment c) M20 d0 1.6 hef . min .0 > h / hef > 1.4 27.Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with HIS-(R)N Setting details Anchor size Nominal diameter of drill bit Diameter of element Effective anchorage and drill hole depth Minimum base material thickness Diameter of clearance hole in the fixture Thread engagement length.N 2 ccr.1.0 [mm] 4.0 ⋅ hef Critical edge distance a) for splitting failure Data according ETA-07/0260.3 2.8 h for 2.5 25.5 16.6 hef [mm] 90 110 125 170 205 hmin [mm] 120 150 170 230 270 df [mm] 9 12 14 18 22 hs [mm] 8-20 10-25 12-30 16-40 20-50 smin [mm] 40 45 55 65 90 cmin [mm] 40 45 55 65 90 80 150 2 ccr.N ccr.N 1.sp ccr. issue 2009-01-12 M10 M12 M16 for h / hef ≤ 1.sp scr.

9 Data according ETA-07/0260. The calculated design loads are then on the save side: They will be lower than the exact values according ETAG 001.N .c = N0Rd.Combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance: 0 NRd.p ⋅ f1. The influencing factors must then be considered for each edge distance and spacing. To avoid this.7 80.N ⋅ f3.sp ⋅ fh.9 31.7 44.N ⋅ fre.3 21.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.Concrete cone resistance: NRd. it is recommended to use the anchor design software PROFIS anchor) The design method is based on the following simplification: No different loads are acting on individual anchors (no eccentricity) The values are valid for one anchor.N ⋅ f2. Tension loading The design tensile resistance is the lower value of .Steel resistance: NRd. Design resistance according data given in ETA-07/0260.s Anchor size HIS-N NRd.N ⋅ fh. TR 029.p ⋅ fB.N - Concrete splitting resistance (only non-cracked concrete): 0 NRd.sp ⋅ f2.p = N Rd.N ⋅ fre.Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with HIS-(R)N Simplified design method Simplified version of the design method according ETAG 001.N ⋅ f3.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.N ⋅ f2. TR 029. (The method may also be applied for anchor groups with more than two anchors or more than one edge distance.N ⋅ fh.1 69.s .2 10 / 2012 .8 M20 74.sp ⋅ f3. Influence of concrete strength Influence of edge distance Influence of spacing Valid for a group of two anchors.N Basic design tensile resistance Design steel resistance NRd. For more complex fastening applications please use the anchor design software PROFIS Anchor.sp = N Rd.s HIS-RN 404 [kN] [kN] M8 17.6 58.p ⋅ fre.4 13. issue 2009-01-12. issue 2009-01-12 M10 M12 M16 30.

p Temperature range II N0Rd.07 a) fck.41 a) fck.cube/25N/mm²)1/2 a) 1 1.0 38. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.06 1.2 35.9 11.3 Splitting resistance must only be considered for non-cracked concrete Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 0.6 50.sp ⋅ f3.N ⋅ fre.cube = concrete compressive strength.0 54.1 1.p ⋅ fB.1 6.1 a) f B.22 1.0 45.p = N0Rd.2 35.3 45.p Temperature range III M8 Data according ETA-07/0260.7 19.N ⋅ fh.2 81.p ⋅ fre.2 [kN] [kN] [kN] 13. issue 2009-01-12 M10 M12 M16 M20 90 110 125 170 205 [kN] [kN] [kN] 22.N Design splitting resistance a) NRd.Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with HIS-(R)N Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance NRd.0 17.sp = N0Rd. issue 2009-01-12 M10 M12 M16 27. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length 10 / 2012 C 45/55 C 50/60 1.cube = concrete compressive strength.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.3 19.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.1 Data according ETA-07/0260.p Temperature range III Cracked concrete N0Rd.8 14.N ⋅ f3.8 24.55 405 .N Anchor size Embedment depth hef [mm] Non cracked concrete N0Rd.N Anchor size N0Rd.c Non cracked concrete [kN] N0Rd.7 19.p ⋅ f1.0 M20 70.p = 1 Influence of concrete strength on concrete cone resistance Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 fB = (f ck.9 45.0 11.p Temperature range II N0Rd.1 28.0 16.0 81.48 1.04 1.p Temperature range I N0Rd.N ⋅ f2.7 19.N ⋅ f3.8 45.cube/25N/mm²) 1 1.5 28.7 35.N ⋅ f2.6 53.7 9.08 1.6 23.2 19.N ⋅ fre.09 Influence of embedment depth on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance fh.c Cracked concrete [kN] a) M8 24.p Temperature range I N0Rd.7 95.0 66.sp ⋅ f h.4 11.34 1.8 Design concrete cone resistance NRd.6 19.sp ⋅ f2.c = N0Rd.7 33.02 1.p = (f ck.N ⋅ fh.2 23.

95 a) 1 0.85 0.3⋅c/ccr.80 0.94 0.70 0.5⋅(1 + s/scr.6 0.90 0.8 0. then a factor f re = 1 may be applied.9 1 0.3 M20 36.1 0.3 0.55 0. Influence of anchor spacing a) s/scr.N = 0.3 0.3 12. If in the area of anchorage there is reinforcement with a spacing ≥ 150 mm (any diameter) or with a diameter ≤ 10 mm and a spacing ≥ 100 mm.Steel resistance: - Concrete pryout resistance: .97 1 c/ccr.85 0.60 0.c VRd.55 0.88 0.c = V0Rd.2 0.N = 0.2 0.s Anchor size HIS-N VRd.s VRd.s HIS-RN 406 [kN] [kN] M8 10.76 0. These influencing factors must be considered for every edge distance smaller than the critical edge distance.5 0.N = 0.6 0.65 0.79 0.sp = 0.7 41.2 35.5 10 / 2012 .sp) a) The anchor spacing shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin given in the table with the setting details.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.75 0.sp) a) The the edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin given in the table with the setting details.sp f 1.N) 0.N s/scr. Shear loading The design shear resistance is the lower value of .8 19.sp f 2.5⋅(1 + s/scr.60 0.4 0.p and NRd.3 Data according ETA-07/0260.9 f re.4 26.N 0.1 0.3⋅c/ccr.Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with HIS-(R)N Influence of edge distance a) c/ccr.7 0.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.5 + hef/200mm ≤ 1 a) This factor applies only for dense reinforcement.N f 1.7 + 0.82 0.91 0.N = 1 Influence of reinforcement hef [mm] 80 90 ≥ 100 a) 0.73 0.N = 0.75 0.cp = k ⋅ lower value of NRd.95 1 f 3.4 0.80 0.5 0.Concrete edge resistance: VRd.8 0.7 + 0.0 39.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Basic design shear resistance Design steel resistance VRd.sp f 3.sp = 0. This influencing factor must be considered for every anchor spacing.4 8. Influence of embedment depth on concrete cone resistance fh.70 0.N) 0.7 0.95 1 f 2.90 0.9 1 0. issue 2009-01-12 M10 M12 M16 18.sp = 0.85 0.65 0.

34 1.64 1.cp = lower valuea) of k ⋅ NRd.13 1.cube/25N/mm²)1/2 a) 1 1.63 0.8 13.45 0.cube = concrete compressive strength.24 1.40 1.9 20.71 0.Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with HIS-(R)N Design concrete pryout resistance VRd.c M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 [kN] 12.1 1.c k = 1 for hef < 60 mm k = 2 for hef ≥ 60 mm a) NRd.p and k ⋅ NRd.89 0.97 2.c Anchor size Non-cracked concrete V0Rd.00 1 (cos αV )2 +  sin αV  2  2.84 0.32 0.05 1.48 1.2 1.5 0.2 46.01 1.4 19.5 32.0 28.9 1.22 1.75 0.c Cracked concrete V0Rd.2 [kN] 8.95 1.c: Design concrete cone resistance = V0Rd.5  Influence of base material thickness h/c fh = 10 / 2012 {h/(1.50 0.55 Influence of angle between load applied and the direction perpendicular to the free edge Angle ß fβ = 0° 10° 20° 30° 40° 50° 60° 70° 80° ≥ 90° 1 1.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Design concrete edge resistance VRd.41 a) fck.35 ≥ 1.6 28.7 Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 fB = (f ck.p: Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance NRd.05 1.45 0.77 0.3 0. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.2 40.6 0.55 0.32 2.5 ⋅ c)} 1/2 ≤1 407 .15 0.

77 0.95 4.25 3.92 8.32 2.84 0.50 Combined tension and shear loading For combined tension and shear loading see section “Anchor Design”.56 3.45 8.55 3.55 4.99 8.50 7.77 2.18 5.35 4.26 9.96 7.75 6.38 3.63 6.21 1.65 2.83 2.32 3.35 0.69 7.22 7.50 0.55 7.83 2.40 1.00 1.00 11.25 8.84 2.30 2.81 7.38 3.12 4.54 1.72 6.95 2.56 3.15 2.90 3.00 1.94 2.44 2.32 2.50 9.11 8.25 3.35 0.70 6.54 6.57 5.65 1.32 2.36 7.35 0.43 0.57 2.65 0.25 5.85 6. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.50 4.19 3.20 2.00 1.04 a) The anchor spacing and the minimum edge distance cmin.66 8.87 6.50 12.75 0.15 5.05 6.98 5.63 2.90 8.84 1.86 5.00 5.67 0.63 5.27 0.65 0.04 5.93 6.59 1.38 3.83 2.65 0.75 7.20 5.02 7.65 0.83 1.15 4.84 5.35 0.62 7.25 5.00 1.50 8.50 1.30 6.07 1.19 10 15 0.81 3.50 0.25 0.96 5.40 1.75 5.00 1.50 11.83 2.83 4.35 0.94 9.38 3.75 10.77 2.59 8.57 0.84 1.65 1.86 6.50 9.40 0.97 10.86 3.74 7.75 1.28 4.42 7.00 3.84 1.25 8.06 4.40 1.00 2.25 1.16 3.83 2.36 6.95 3.67 9.74 7.35 0.95 2.56 4.35 5.32 1.83 2.02 8.12 2.35 0.21 8.51 4.26 1.63 0.45 Influence of edge distance a) c/d 4 6 8 0.25 4.09 9.84 1.32 1.04 1.36 3.20 5.73 4.79 9.32 2.00 1.40 1.84 1.41 5.47 2.00 0.00 8.22 6.29 6.55 6.22 1.83 2.49 2.88 2.95 3.84 1.38 1.75 4.03 3.18 5.50 5.95 3.33 4.32 2.38 9.99 7.32 1.65 0.40 1.25 2.35 0.96 3.37 2.84 1.00 1.90 4.54 6.84 1.44 4.00 1. c/hef Group of two anchors s/hef 2.40 1.56 2.56 5.65 0.65 0.12 1.03 6.27 7.75 1.25 6.75 8.83 8.65 0.5 ⋅ (1 + s / [3 ⋅ c]) ⋅ 0.45 9.40 1.56 4.08 6.75 7.45 7.81 3.38 3.33 7.39 8.60 fc = (d / c) a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin.26 edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing 10.52 3.31 8.83 3.51 3.25 9.67 5.25 12.65 0.38 3.22 5.72 5.08 7.15 5.00 7.00 1.47 7.5 Single anchor 0.32 2.59 5.95 3.76 4.31 10.75 2.75 4.95 8.69 3.00 6.35 0.84 1.00 5.35 0.40 1.40 1.00 1.73 5.38 2.68 4.49 8.11 4. 408 10 / 2012 .15 3.02 10.17 2.00 1.38 1.78 4.26 7.18 6.90 6.68 3.33 5.41 5.91 5.21 4.88 9.30 4.82 1. 20 30 40 0.00 1.61 3.25 3.38 1.22 1.73 3.20 5.40 1.60 4.65 0.50 5.73 8.25 6.17 9.00 6. Precalculated values Recommended loads can be calculated by dividing the design resistance by an overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.16 7.90 4.40 1.65 0.98 1.65 0.56 4.87 4.50 6.57 5.94 4.65 0.35 0.00 3.87 7.43 6.76 3.99 9.81 6.68 1.20 3.31 4.55 5.86 3.83 6.98 2.08 5.35 0.10 6.65 0.99 6.55 7.38 3.26 3.84 1.17 8.98 4.06 2.75 0.25 5.44 6.50 3.88 1.71 0.76 4.00 4.Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with HIS-(R)N Influence of anchor spacing and edge distance a) for concrete edge resistance: f4 f4 = (c/hef)1.74 3.16 7.00 1.52 0.78 10.14 5.61 5.32 2.75 7.50 6.00 9.71 6.75 7.63 7.38 5.32 2.50 8.53 1.35 0.4.35 0.85 smin and the Influence of embedment depth Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 f hef = 1.11 3.55 10.64 4.46 3.89 7.27 6.36 4.45 5.49 2.35 0.

spacing (s = smin) Non cracked concrete HIS-(R)N [kN] 13.8 19.3 HIS-RN [kN] 8.6 53.5 29. without lever arm Non cracked and cracked concrete HIS-N [kN] 10.1 15.3 12.8 Shear VRd: single anchor.0 39.0 Shear VRd: single anchor.9 5.0 16. spacing (s = smin) .4 26.3 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.5 7. no edge effects.cube = 25 N/mm². min. edge distance (c = cmin) .9 31. no edge effects.cube = 25 N/mm².0 24. without lever arm Non cracked concrete HIS-(R)N [kN] 4.7 33. Temperature range I Data according ETA-07/0260.4 15. issue 2009-01-12 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 90 110 125 170 Embedment depth hef = [mm] 120 150 170 230 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 40 45 55 65 Spacing s = smin= [mm] Tensile NRd: double anchor.6 69.0 39.9 19.6 53.3 HIS-RN [kN] 8. min.2 20.1 8.2 35.5 M20 205 270 90 32.3 10 / 2012 M20 205 270 70. no edge effects Non cracked concrete HIS-N [kN] 17.7 41.6 Shear VRd: double anchor.5 Cracked concrete HIS-(R)N [kN] 7. no edge effects. edge distance (c = cmin) Non cracked concrete HIS-(R)N [kN] 11.3 12.4 18.4 18.7 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck. min.0 3.8 19.5 409 . issue 2009-01-12 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 90 110 125 170 Embedment depth hef = [mm] 120 150 170 230 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 40 45 55 65 Edge distance c = cmin= [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor.8 17.2 35.3 36.6 10.2 50.6 36.4 27.2 M20 205 270 90 38.5 10.2 5. Temperature range I (load values are valid for single anchor) Data according ETA-07/0260.4 23. issue 2009-01-12 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 90 110 125 170 Embedment depth hef = [mm] 120 150 170 230 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor. without lever arm Non cracked and cracked concrete HIS-N [kN] 10.0 22.2 18.2 12.Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with HIS-(R)N Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.3 HIS-RN [kN] 13. Temperature range I Data according ETA-07/0260.0 12.4 7.cube = 25 N/mm².9 21.8 Cracked concrete HIS-(R)N [kN] 3.8 27.4 26.9 11.3 Cracked concrete HIS-(R)N [kN] 13. min.8 13.0 Cracked concrete HIS-(R)N [kN] 8.0 38.7 41.

suitable for dry and water saturated concrete . seismic Fire test report Assessment report (fire) a) Authority / Laboratory DIBt. max.suitable for non-cracked and cracked concrete C 20/25 to C 50/60 .embedment depth range: from 60 … 160 mm for Ø8 to 128 … 640 mm for Ø32 European Technical Approval CE conformity PROFIS Anchor design software Approvals / certificates Description European technical approval ES report icl. / date of issue ETA-07/0260 / 2009-01-12 ESR 2322 / 2012-02-01 GS-III/B-07-070 / 2008-01-18 WF 166402 / 2007-10-26 & suppl. Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to For details see Simplified design method . fck. Leipzig warringtonfire No.Concrete C 20/25.cube = 25 N/mm² . as specified in the table .odourless epoxy .Temperate range I (min.No edge distance and spacing influence . issue 2009-01-12. long ter m/short term base material temperature: +24°C/40°C) .high corrosion resistant . Berlin ICC evaluation service MFPA.Correct setting (See setting instruction) .One typical embedment depth. as specified in the tables . base material temperature -40°C. as specified in the table .Base material thickness. WF 172920 / 2008-05-27 a) All data given in this section according ETA-07/0260.large diameter applications .One anchor material.Steel failure .high loading capacity .Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with rebar Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with rebar Injection mortar system Benefits Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD 330 ml foil pack (also available as 500 ml and 1400 ml foil pack) Statik mixer rebar BSt 500 S Concrete Tensile zone Small edge distance and spacing Variable embedment depth Fire resistance Seismic .Installation temperature range +5°C to +40°C 410 10 / 2012 .long working time at elevated temperatures .

issue 2009-01-12 Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Typical embedment depth [mm] 80 90 110 125 125 170 210 270 Base material thickness [mm] 110 120 145 165 165 220 275 340 a) The allowed range of embedment depth is shown in the setting details.3 23.0 74.5 14.4 37.0 181.2 41.8 90.5 112. design resistance.6 57.7 125.4 28.0 70.2 147.3 76.8 14.0 153. The corresponding load values calculated according to the simplified design method.3 12.3 105.4 221.3 15.5 268.7 86.3 Recommended loads a): concrete C 20/25 – fck. 10 / 2012 Ø32 89.0 12.1 232.cube = 25 N/mm². recommended loads.0 42.8 298.cube = 25 N/mm².7 10.8 20.7 177.m BSt 500 S Shear VRu.0 106. issue 2009-01-12 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 [kN] [kN] 28.0 147. issue 2009-01-12 Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Non cracked concrete Tensile Nrec BSt 500 S [kN] 12.5 Shear Vrec BSt 500 S [kN] 6.0 44.6 135.7 45.0 64.1 52.8 23. The partial safety factors for action depend on the loading and shall be taken from national regulations.2 Shear Vrec BSt 500 S [kN] 6.6 14.3 31.1 32. Data according ETA-07/0260.5 Cracked concrete Tensile Nrec BSt 500 S [kN] 6.8 20.2 57.9 9.1 141.6 55.5 42.3 [kN] [kN] 8.0 16.1 94.4.3 52.3 146.0 14.4 14. anchor rebar BSt 500 S Anchor size Non cracked concrete Tensile NRk BSt 500 S Shear VRk BSt 500 S Cracked concrete Tensile NRk BSt 500 S Shear VRk BSt 500 S Ø8 Data according ETA-07/0260.0 31.0 64.7 177.3 52.7 53.6 42.6 89.m BSt 500 S Cracked concrete Tensile NRu.0 109.6 36.2 61.2 90.9 86.7 39.9 36.4 9.cube = 25 N/mm².4 20.9 141. Mean ultimate resistance.0 26.8 110. anchor rebar BSt 500 S Anchor size Non cracked concrete Tensile NRd BSt 500 S Shear VRd BSt 500 S Cracked concrete Tensile NRd BSt 500 S Shear VRd BSt 500 S Ø8 Data according ETA-07/0260.1 Characteristic resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.5 14.0 38.0 38.2 90.2 41.5 23.0 169.6 14.7 135.0 25.0 154.0 [kN] [kN] 16.8 9. anchor rebar BSt 500S Anchor size Non cracked concrete Tensile NRu. characteristic resistance.3 20.0 24.1 14.3 73.5 a) With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.3 204.1 65.2 23.1 28.1 32.1 65.2 type of 411 .1 57. issue 2009-01-12 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 [kN] [kN] 16.0 262.0 224.3 57.0 73.6 22.0 111.0 58.0 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.7 32.3 44.7 10.0 44.7 17.9 232.1 31.5 349.3 15.3 80.5 105. Ø32 300 380 can be Mean ultimate resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.0 221.Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with rebar Embedment depth a) and base material thickness for the basic loading data.0 22.0 33.7 35.1 46.0 55.0 20.7 33.7 21. issue 2009-01-12 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 [kN] [kN] 29.6 57. anchor rebar BSt 500 S Data according ETA-07/0260.3 80.cube = 25 N/mm².2 90.0 70.7 112.m BSt 500 S Ø8 Data according ETA-07/0260.8 86.4 22.1 [kN] [kN] 23.2 28.0 26.4 169.m BSt 500 S Shear VRu.8 228.8 149.

4 1534 2155 3217 Material quality Part rebar BSt 500 S Material Geometry and mechanical properties according to DIN 488-2:1986 or E DIN 488-2:2006 Setting installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer Other tools 412 Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 TE 2 – TE 16 TE 40 – TE 70 compressed air gun or blow out pump. Materials Mechanical properties of rebar BSt 500S Anchor size Nominal tensile BSt 500 S strength f uk Yield BSt 500 S strength fyk Stressed crossBSt 500 S section As Moment of resistance BSt 500 S W Ø8 Data according ETA-07/0260.3 78.6 269. An elevated base material temperature may lead to a reduction of the design bond resistance.3 98.1 153.g.Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with rebar Service temperature range Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD injection mortar may be applied in the temperature ranges given below. Max long term base material temperature Long-term elevated base material temperatures are roughly constant over significant periods of time. as a result of diurnal cycling.5 113. dispenser 10 / 2012 .2 169.1 314.9 615. e.2 [mm³] 50.4 402. Base material temperature Temperature range Temperature range I Temperature range II Temperature range III -40 °C to +40 °C -40 °C to +58 °C -40 °C to +70 °C Maximum long term base material temperature +24 °C +35 °C +43 °C Maximum short term base material temperature +40 °C +58 °C +70 ° C Max short term base material temperature Short-term elevated base material temperatures are those that occur over brief intervals. set of cleaning brushes.9 201.8 804.1 785.2 490. issue 2009-01-12 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 [N/mm²] 550 550 550 550 550 550 550 550 550 [N/mm²] 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 [mm²] 50.

Curing time for general conditions Temperature of the base material 40 °C 30 °C to 39 °C 20 °C to 29 °C 15 °C to 19 °C 10 °C to 14 °C 5 °C to 9 °C 10 / 2012 Data according ETA-07/0260. hammer drilling Brush bore hole with required steel brush HIT-RB For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product. issue 2009-01-12 Working time in which anchor Curing time before anchor can be inserted and adjusted tgel can be fully loaded tcure 12 min 4h 12 min 8h 20 min 12 h 30 min 24 h 90 min 48 h 120 min 72 h 413 .Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with rebar Setting instruction Dry and water-saturated concrete.

6 hef .1. a) hef.26 hef Critical spacing for concrete cone failure Critical edge distance for concrete cone failure c) Ø32 d0 1. The simplified formula given in this table is on the save side.max (hef: embedment depth) b) h: base material thickness (h ≥ hmin) c) The critical edge distance for concrete cone failure depends on the embedment depth hef and the design bond resistance. Influence of concrete strength Influence of edge distance Influence of spacing Valid for a group of two anchors.8 h for 2.5 hef For spacing (edge distance) smaller than critical spacing (critical edge distance) the design loads have to be reduced.Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with rebar Setting details Anchor size Nominal diameter of drill bit Effective anchorage and drill hole depth range a) Minimum base material thickness Minimum spacing Minimum edge distance Critical spacing for splitting failure Ø8 [mm] 12 14 16 18 20 25 32 35 40 hef. Design resistance according data given in ETA-07/0260.sp scr.sp ccr. TR 029. issue 2009-01-12.0 [mm] 4.3 scr.0 > h / hef > 1. issue 2009-01-12 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 for h / hef ≤ 1.sp for h / hef ≥ 2.3 2.max [mm] 160 200 240 280 320 400 500 560 640 hmin [mm] smin cmin [mm] hef + 30 mm ≥ 100 mm 40 50 60 70 80 100 125 140 160 [mm] 40 60 70 80 100 125 140 160 50 hef + 2 d0 2 ccr.N ccr.N 2 ccr.N 1. (The method may also be applied for anchor groups with more than two anchors or more than one edge distance.min ≤ hef ≤ hef. Simplified design method Simplified version of the design method according ETAG 001. The influencing factors must then be considered for each edge distance and spacing.0 ⋅ hef Critical edge distance for splitting failure b) Data according ETA-07/0260. The calculated design loads are then on the save side: They will be lower than the 414 10 / 2012 .min [mm] 60 60 70 75 80 90 100 112 128 hef.

Tension loading The design tensile resistance is the lower value of .1 415 .9 186.1 86.8 43.N ⋅ fre.p = N0Rd.2 56.1 21.2 5.5 12.8 11.Concrete cone resistance: NRd.5 56.p ⋅ fB.p Temperature range II N0Rd.N Concrete splitting resistance (only non-cracked concrete): NRd.9 242.7 Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance NRd.4 41.2 [kN] [kN] [kN] 8.sp ⋅ f3.6 28.5 17.4 7.1 42.p Temperature range I N0Rd.N ⋅ fre.3 60.0 113.N ⋅ fh.0 33.3 55.7 79.7 20.4 51. issue 2009-01-12 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 80 90 110 125 125 170 210 270 300 [kN] [kN] [kN] 16.N ⋅ f2.7 21.p Temperature range III 10 / 2012 Ø8 Data according ETA-07/0260.p ⋅ fre.s .1 147.1 102.8 23.0 10.p ⋅ f1.9 86.N ⋅ fh.p = N0Rd.9 18.N 0 Rd.3 4.0 43.0 15.1 Ø32 315. To avoid this.8 8.2 71.3 123.8 36.N ⋅ f3.Steel resistance: NRd.p Temperature range II N0Rd.4 18.6 16.p ⋅ fre.p Temperature range III Cracked concrete N0Rd.6 18.sp ⋅ fh.c = N - ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.6 192.7 44.2 23.N ⋅ f2.typ [mm] Non cracked concrete N0Rd.6 86.9 71.8 13.1 67.9 7.6 10.N ⋅ f3.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.9 32.N ⋅ f3. TR 029.7 143.3 13.s Anchor size NRd.N ⋅ f2. it is recommended to use the anchor design software PROFIS anchor) The design method is based on the following simplification: No different loads are acting on individual anchors (no eccentricity) The values are valid for one anchor.0 Data according ETA-07/0260.5 35.c .6 27.Combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance: NRd.Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with rebar exact values according ETAG 001. issue 2009-01-12 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 30.6 73. For more complex fastening applications please use the anchor design software PROFIS Anchor.3 10.p ⋅ f1.p Temperature range I N0Rd.p ⋅ fB.sp = N0Rd.s BSt 500 S [kN] Ø8 20.sp ⋅ f2.9 20.5 33.N Basic design tensile resistance Design steel resistance NRd.N Anchor size Typical embedment depth hef.0 34.N ⋅ fh.

90 0.2 33.3⋅c/ccr.cube/25N/mm²)1/2 a) 1 1.65 0.N c/ccr. These influencing factors must be considered for every edge distance smaller than the critical edge distance.4 39.N ⋅ f3.3 0.cube = concrete compressive strength.5 416 10 / 2012 .c = N0Rd.N = (hef/hef.N = 0.7 17.2 0.70 0.3 Ø32 125.0 52. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.97 1 0.02 1.0 24.1 14.60 0.91 0.85 0.sp f 3.N ⋅ fre.cube = concrete compressive strength.N = 0.04 1.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.06 1.85 0.sp ⋅ f h.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.75 0.5 0.c Cracked concrete [kN] a) Data according ETA-07/0260.7 0.95 1 f 3.7 0.N ⋅ f2.0 32.N) 0.sp f 1.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.sp = 0.55 0.7 + 0.N Design splitting resistance a) NRd.80 0.3⋅c/ccr.4 0.80 0.3 0.sp = 0.2 0.75 0.90 0.N ⋅ fre.N) 0.0 89.6 53.70 0.34 1.3 73.N 0.typ)1.95 1 f 2.sp = N0Rd.Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with rebar Design concrete cone resistance NRd.1 Ø8 20.sp) a) The anchor spacing shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin given in the table with the setting details.N ⋅ fh.85 0. This influencing factor must be considered for every anchor spacing.41 a) fck.73 0.7 + 0.2 76. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.5⋅(1 + s/scr.sp ⋅ f3.8 0.55 Influence of edge distance a) c/ccr.1 28.48 1.6 0.76 0.N = 0.09 Influence of embedment depth on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance fh.4 0.82 0.0 38.5 0.sp ⋅ f2.9 1 0.sp = 0.55 0.N Anchor size 0 N Rd.1 a) f B.1 Splitting resistance must only be considered for non-cracked concrete Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 0.22 1. issue 2009-01-12 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 24.1 0.1 23.p = (f ck. Influence of embedment depth on concrete cone resistance fh.65 0.sp) a) The the edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin given in the table with the setting details.8 0. Influence of anchor spacing a) s/scr.94 0.c Non cracked concrete [kN] 0 N Rd.p = hef/hef.9 1 0.N f 1.07 a) fck.79 0.2 106.5⋅(1 + s/scr.1 s/scr.1 1.88 0.60 0.6 0.sp f 2.cube/25N/mm²) 1 1.08 1.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.typ Influence of concrete strength on concrete cone resistance Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 fB = (f ck.

5 41.s Anchor size VRd.6 13.9 0.75 0.6 15.3 14.85 0. then a factor f re = 1 may be applied.c Concrete pryout resistance: VRd.2 6.7 33.Concrete edge resistance: Basic design shear resistance Design steel resistance VRd.7 27.cube/25N/mm²) 1 1. issue 2009-01-12 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 Anchor size Non-cracked concrete 0 V Rd.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Design concrete edge resistance VRd.Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with rebar Influence of reinforcement hef [mm] 40 50 60 70 80 90 ≥ 100 a) a) a) a) a) 0.95 1 0. a) Shear loading The design shear resistance is the lower value of .5 + hef/200mm ≤ 1 a) This factor applies only for dense reinforcement.7 57.Steel resistance: - VRd.3 90.2 27.s VRd.cube = concrete compressive strength.41 a) fck.55 417 .0 39.8 0.1 8.2 47.p and k ⋅ NRd.N = 0.0 36.7 Design concrete pryout resistance VRd.22 1.c = V0Rd.1 1.3 20.cp = k ⋅ lower value of NRd.c [kN] 5. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length 10 / 2012 C 45/55 C 50/60 1.7 f re.48 1.9 8.c k = 1 for hef < 60 mm k = 2 for hef ≥ 60 mm a) NRd.7 28.7 147.3 59.c Ø8 Data according ETA-07/0260.6 11.c [kN] 4.cp = lower valuea) of k ⋅ NRd.34 1. issue 2009-01-12 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 9.2 10.0 Cracked concrete 0 V Rd.8 Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) 1/2 a) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 fB = (f ck.2 19. If in the area of anchorage there is reinforcement with a spacing ≥ 150 mm (any diameter) or with a diameter ≤ 10 mm and a spacing ≥ 100 mm.p: Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance NRd.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc .p and NRd.c: Design concrete cone resistance = V0Rd.0 112.0 18.s BSt 500 S [kN] Ø8 Data according ETA-07/0260.

35 ≥ 1.59 5.64 2.84 6.45 0.02 10.38 3.43 0.40 0.89 0.51 4.97 10.84 1.60 4.15 3.65 0.32 2.00 2.65 0.86 3.83 6.03 3.15 0.00 1.32 2.27 7.73 3.25 2.20 5.04 a) The anchor spacing and the minimum edge distance cmin.32 2.40 1.75 7.50 7.16 7.84 1.35 0.08 6.83 2.76 3.95 3.73 5.Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with rebar Influence of angle between load applied and the direction perpendicular to the free edge Angle ß fβ = 0° 10° 20° 30° 40° 50° 60° 70° 80° ≥ 90° 1 1.38 1.08 5.65 0.50 1.33 5.50 9.75 2.02 7.15 5.00 1.25 9.00 8.30 2.72 4.17 9.84 1.00 1.5 0.49 2.72 5.40 1.75 1.83 8.84 1.39 8.87 6.63 0.01 1.16 3.00 3.25 0.32 1.66 8.5  Influence of base material thickness h/c fh = {h/(1.65 0.25 1.76 4.87 4.05 ⋅ (hef / d) 1.83 3.83 1.65 0.44 2.18 5.69 7.25 5.44 6.84 0.26 1.89 7.50 Influence of edge distance a) c/d 4 0.77 0.73 4.36 6.35 0.21 8.25 8.83 4.00 11.09 9.42 7.90 6.25 3.35 0.42 7.18 5.78 10.35 5.84 0.50 0.25 3.50 0.55 7.33 4.35 0.2 1.20 5.67 20 30 40 0.95 3.22 5.32 3.25 5.51 3.45 8.50 12.55 3.87 7.54 1.38 5.65 0.50 5.50 4.00 1.35 0.00 6.84 1.73 8.40 1.11 3.88 2.75 7.35 0.00 1.15 2.50 0.50 5.40 1.44 4.96 7.20 2.75 7.96 5.43 6.67 5.97 2.71 6.33 7.40 1.25 4.30 4.08 7.22 6.56 3.00 1.56 4.90 4.21 4.99 8.38 3.45 0.57 5.76 4.63 6.55 7.25 5.75 8.99 9.75 1.83 2.75 10.81 3.25 12.71 0.56 4.65 0.84 5.82 1.40 1.83 2.86 6.03 6.77 2.84 2.55 4.12 4.35 0.06 2.35 0.90 3.38 3.68 1.65 0.84 1.00 1.65 0.55 6.49 2.45 9.61 3.96 3.00 1.35 0.35 0.6 0.95 3.38 1.00 1 (cos αV )2 +  sin αV  2  2.12 2.84 1.19 3.25 6.35 4.77 0.63 5.51 0.00 1.22 1.75 1.32 1.35 0.61 5.15 4.83 2.17 8.31 10.47 2.57 5.00 0.81 6.27 6.55 10.68 0.32 2.68 hef/d f hef = 4 4.37 2.22 7.40 1.00 9.64 4.32 2.40 1.73 5.95 1.40 1.32 2.31 1.5 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 0.75 6.57 2.94 2.59 1.19 6 8 10 15 0.83 2.99 7.5 ⋅ (1 + s / [3 ⋅ c]) ⋅ 0.32 1.57 0.81 3.65 1.02 8.56 2.38 3.38 3.50 8.81 7.71 0.21 4.68 3.40 1.20 3.00 1.25 8.79 9.63 2.32 2.90 4.65 1.38 3.27 0.98 1.55 5.85 6.68 4.00 4.20 5.00 5.65 0.26 7.11 8.18 6.94 9.9 1.95 2.74 7.3 0.00 1.45 7.32 2.31 8.69 3.29 6.59 8.65 0.35 0.81 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 3.35 0.40 1.05 ⋅ (hef / d) 1.04 7.38 9.65 0.88 9.65 0.75 7.25 6.07 1.32 0.94 4.95 8.25 3.56 3.40 1. c/hef Group of two anchors s/hef 2.47 7.78 4.56 5.50 8.75 4.05 1.65 2.95 3.91 5.63 0.85 smin and the Influence of embedment depth hef/d f hef = 0.52 3.00 5.72 6.77 2.50 3.50 11.65 0.12 1.38 3.41 5.95 2.75 0.41 5.54 6.00 1.05 6.63 7.26 9.26 edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing 10.64 1.17 2.98 5.54 6.25 3.92 8.50 9.00 3.88 1.83 2.36 4.62 7.84 1.56 4.90 8.24 1.13 1.53 1.84 1.75 5.60 fc = (d / c) a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin.00 7.98 4.99 6.31 4.10 6.5 ⋅ c)} 1/2 ≤1 Influence of anchor spacing and edge distance a) for concrete edge resistance: f4 f4 = (c/hef)1.70 6.74 3.45 5.04 5.27 5.86 3.86 5.67 0.46 3.83 2.52 0.28 4.67 9.98 2.35 0.95 4.00 2.63 0.74 7.39 2.01 1.50 6.15 5.35 0.26 3.30 6.14 5.11 4.05 1.00 6.75 0.32 2. 418 10 / 2012 .16 7.49 8.50 6.75 4.84 1.36 7.55 0.36 3.38 2.06 4.93 6.00 1.5 Single anchor 0.75 0.

4. 10 / 2012 419 . The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations. Precalculated values Recommended loads can be calculated by dividing the design resistance by an overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with rebar Combined tension and shear loading For combined tension and shear loading see section “Anchor Design”.

5 3.3 90.7 20.3 25.2 104. without lever arm Non cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 3.5 4.5 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.0 26.1 21.4 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 6.5 4.0 36.cube = 25 N/mm².1 = [mm] 100 100 104 120 136 170 214 238 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 40 50 60 70 80 100 125 140 Edge distance c = cmin= [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor.8 15.2 21.1 = [mm] 100 100 104 120 136 170 214 238 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor.4 16.3 66.6 13. no edge effects Non cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 12.6 10 / 2012 .4 81.6 30.cube = 25 N/mm². edge distance (c = cmin) .7 57. min.2 19.Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with rebar Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.5 37.1 7.3 127.3 14.0 45.3 14. min.7 22.7 57.0 12.2 Shear VRd: single anchor. no edge effects.3 88.0 5.4 114.3 56.8 15.8 40.4 13.7 8.6 31.6 19.7 28.0 22.6 7.3 22.1 16.0 112.9 6.6 9.6 44.6 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck. spacing (s = smin) . min.5 Shear VRd: double anchor.3 Shear VRd: single anchor. min.7 20.7 56.5 31.5 7. without lever arm Non cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 9.7 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 2.3 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 4.7 8.8 8.9 27.6 24.cube = 25 N/mm².4 11.5 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 4.7 34.6 10.3 14.6 8.0 28.0 30.6 31.7 6.0 36.2 25. issue 2009-01-12 Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 60 60 72 84 96 120 150 168 Embedment depth hef.5 27.3 12.4 9.1 18.6 147.5 Ø32 192 272 160 38.0 17. no edge effects. Temperature range I (load values are valid for single anchor) Data according ETA-07/0260. without lever arm Non cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 9.5 13.7 28.1 22.6 11.2 52.0 93. Temperature range I Data according ETA-07/0260.8 17.6 19. issue 2009-01-12 Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 60 60 72 84 96 120 150 168 Embedment depth hef.0 36.7 Ø32 192 272 160 37.8 420 Ø32 192 272 64.7 10. issue 2009-01-12 Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 60 60 72 84 96 120 150 168 Embedment depth hef.2 10.5 79.0 13. Temperature range I Data according ETA-07/0260.7 28. no edge effects.7 13.6 22. edge distance (c = cmin) Non cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 7.7 20.4 5.3 14.5 10.3 9.7 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 9.7 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 9.1 = [mm] 100 100 104 120 136 170 214 238 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 40 50 60 70 80 100 125 140 Spacing s = smin= [mm] Tensile NRd: double anchor. spacing (s = smin) Non cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 7.

0 26.7 22. min.8 147. Temperature range I Data according ETA-07/0260.1 12.9 Ø32 300 380 160 69.1 41. edge distance (c = cmin) Non cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 9.3 7.4 Shear VRd: double anchor.7 28.7 20.4 39.1 11.3 17.cube = 25 N/mm².8 23.7 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck. Temperature range I Data according ETA-07/0260.3 87.7 57.0 112.3 90.7 13.3 147.1 22.7 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 9.2 17.4 39.0 112.7 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 8.0 8.6 3.7 28. without lever arm Non cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 3.5 42. min.5 10.7 20.4 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.0 35.9 17.0 112.6 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 2.6 53.3 90. min.1 50. no edge effects.3 14.1 421 . issue 2009-01-12 Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 80 90 110 125 125 170 210 270 Embedment depth hef. Temperature range I (load values are valid for single anchor) Data according ETA-07/0260.7 5.7 57.4 10.9 8.7 20.3 21.3 90.2 30.0 36.7 57.2 21.typ = [mm] 110 120 142 161 165 220 274 340 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor.3 9.9 12.3 27.7 20.7 10 / 2012 Ø32 300 380 125.5 29.4 13.6 32.3 14.5 Shear VRd: single anchor.0 31. no edge effects.9 Shear VRd: single anchor.cube = 25 N/mm².2 73. issue 2009-01-12 Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 80 90 110 125 125 170 210 270 Embedment depth hef.5 42.3 6.6 57.4 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 4.1 36. no edge effects Non cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 16.4 25.0 86. without lever arm Non cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 9.6 17.0 19. issue 2009-01-12 Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 80 90 110 125 125 170 210 270 Embedment depth hef. no edge effects.6 15.3 14.7 8. min.2 147.6 52.3 Ø32 300 380 160 59.8 49. spacing (s = smin) .3 73.0 36.typ = [mm] 110 120 142 161 165 220 274 340 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 40 50 60 70 80 100 125 140 Spacing s = smin= [mm] Tensile NRd: double anchor.8 5.1 13. without lever arm Non cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 9.4 20.5 18.7 cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 9.7 28.1 11.2 106.0 36. spacing (s = smin) Non cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 10.typ = [mm] 110 120 142 161 165 220 274 340 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 40 50 60 70 80 100 125 140 Edge distance c = cmin= [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor.4 59.7 35.9 35.Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with rebar Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.5 11.2 6.2 25.2 33.5 18.cube = 25 N/mm².3 14.5 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 5.7 28.3 142.5 112.5 17. edge distance (c = cmin) .

min.2 Ø32 384 464 160 98.5 64.3 Ø32 384 464 160 80.3 147.8 68. issue 2009-01-12 Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 96 120 144 168 192 240 300 336 Embedment depth hef.9 18. without lever arm Non cracked and cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 9.0 5.4 19.2 = [mm] 126 150 176 204 232 290 364 406 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor.8 10. Temperature range I Data according ETA-07/0260.7 7.0 30.3 147.8 44.7 32.7 27.4 Shear VRd: single anchor.2 = [mm] 126 150 176 204 232 290 364 406 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] Spacing s = smin= [mm] 40 50 60 70 80 100 125 140 Tensile NRd: double anchor.7 44.8 22. min.cube = 25 N/mm².8 9.4 125.3 10 / 2012 . edge distance (c = cmin) .7 28.4 34.7 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.2 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 5.0 89.8 18.8 68.0 112.5 7.6 56.0 110.5 91.9 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 7. spacing (s = smin) .Hilti HIT-RE 500-SD with rebar Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.0 14.2 12.7 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 9.9 31. no edge effects Non cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 20.9 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 2.0 36. min.7 422 Ø32 384 464 181.8 19.0 112.9 61.7 16.3 14.7 57.2 = [mm] 126 150 176 204 232 290 364 406 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 40 50 60 70 80 100 125 140 Edge distance c = cmin= [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor.7 20.3 14. min.3 15. spacing (s = smin) Non cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 12.3 78. edge distance (c = cmin) Non cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 11.8 27.1 13.9 42.1 51. without lever arm Non cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 9.0 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck. no edge effects. issue 2009-01-12 Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 96 120 144 168 192 240 300 336 Embedment depth hef.2 11.4 26.9 66.2 80.1 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 10. without lever arm Non cracked and cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 3.9 27.3 28.2 50.9 20.8 4.7 20.8 33. Temperature range I Data according ETA-07/0260.0 36.1 12.9 Shear VRd: double anchor.9 48.cube = 25 N/mm².0 112.7 28.0 36.9 5.3 57.0 55.5 Shear VRd: single anchor.cube = 25 N/mm².7 20.7 28. issue 2009-01-12 Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 96 120 144 168 192 240 300 336 Embedment depth hef.3 90.9 48.0 16.5 21.7 57.9 147.7 24.6 28. Temperature range I (load values are valid for single anchor) Data according ETA-07/0260.3 14.0 148.9 17.7 57.5 33. no edge effects.3 90.6 40.6 30.2 9. no edge effects.3 90.

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long working time at elevated temperatures .under water application .large diameter applications . issue 2009-05-20. / date of issue ETA-04/0027 / 2009-05-20 UB 3565 / 4595 / 2006-10-29 UB 3588 / 4825 / 2005-11-15 WF 166402 / 2007-10-26 & suppl.suitable for dry and water saturated concrete .suitable for non-cracked concrete C 20/25 to C 50/60 .high corrosion resistant . 424 10 / 2012 .embedment depth range: from 40 … 160 mm for M8 to 120 … 600 mm for M30 HAS-E rod HIT-V rod Concrete Small edge distance and spacing Variable embedment depth Fire resistance Corrosion resistance High corrosion resistance European Technical Approval CE conformity PROFIS Anchor design software Approvals / certificates Description European technical approval a) Authority / Laboratory DIBt. WF 172920 / 2008-05-27 a) All data given in this section according ETA-04/0027.odourless epoxy . Berlin Fire test report IBMB. Braunschweig Assessment report (fire) warringtonfire No.high loading capacity .Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIT-V / HAS in hammer drilled holes Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIT-V / HAS in hammer drilled holes Injection mortar system Benefits Hilti HIT-RE 500 330 ml foil pack (also available as 500 ml and 1400 ml foil pack) Statik mixer HAS rod .

No edge distance and spacing influence . long ter m/short term base material temperature: +24°C/40°C) .7 344.cube = 25 N/mm².3 Shear Vrec HIT-V 5.0 M10 29.5 256.9 241. anchor HIT-V 5.1 52.0 173.6 12.0 22. issue 2008-11-03 Anchor size Tensile NRk HIT-V 5.1 8. issue 2008-11-03 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 Additional Hilti technical data M33 M36 M39 Tensile NRu.6 53.4 92.8 70.0 M16 15. Mean ultimate resistance.7 187.0 115.Base material thickness.8 24.4 106.0 117.9 50.Correct setting (See setting instruction) . as specified in the table . issue 2008-11-03 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 Additional Hilti technical data M33 M36 M39 Tensile NRd HIT-V 5.3 Shear VRd HIT-V 5.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIT-V / HAS in hammer drilled holes Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to For details see Simplified design method .8 [kN] 9. recommended loads.cube = 25 N/mm².8 [kN] 9.2 89.4 302.5 15.2 Characteristic resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.8 [kN] 7.2 89.Temperature range I (min.Concrete C 20/25.5 44.4. as specified in the tables .9 Shear VRu. anchor HIT-V 5.8 [kN] 12.8 31.0 112.4 a) With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.One typical embedment depth.8 [kN] 8.0 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.3 244.3 73.8 147.Installation temperature range +5°C to +40°C Embedment depth a) and base material thickness for the basic loading data.0 262.0 64.0 M20 M24 M27 M30 Additional Hilti technical data M33 M36 M39 70. 10 / 2012 425 .2 185.3 65.8 [kN] 5.0 21.0 M12 42. Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 Typical embedment depth [mm] 80 90 110 125 170 210 Base material thickness [mm] 110 120 140 165 220 270 a) The allowed range of embedment depth is shown in the setting details.8 Data according ETA-04/0027.1 364. issue 2008-11-03 Anchor size Tensile Nrec HIT-V 5.7 125. anchor HIT-V 5.9 61.0 38. anchor HIT-V 5.7 33.4 195.7 80.9 459.2 12. base material temperature -40°C.4 120. characteristic resistance.5 204.8 [kN] M8 18.8 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 Additional Hilti technical data M33 M36 M39 Data according ETA-04/0027. as specified in the table .9 30.One anchor material.0 129.0 182.0 88.8 Data according ETA-04/0027.3 34. max.4 428.1 92.5 295.8 22.0 144.cube = 25 N/mm² .7 139.m HIT-V 5.8 19.8 Data according ETA-04/0027.m HIT-V 5. fck.2 Recommended loads a): concrete C 20/25 – fck.1 41.8 224.2 48.0 39.8 [kN] 18.9 153.3 103.2 214.1 116.0 138.2 164.cube = 25 N/mm². design resistance. The calculated according to the simplified design method. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.1 83. M27 M30 M33 M36 M39 240 270 300 330 360 300 340 380 410 450 corresponding load values can be Mean ultimate resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.6 13.0 99.0 16.Steel failure .0 19.cube = 25 N/mm².9 76.6 111.0 Shear VRk HIT-V 5.3 27.3 63.0 140.8 163.

Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIT-V / HAS in hammer drilled holes Service temperature range Hilti HIT-RE 500 injection mortar may be applied in the temperature ranges given below.0 54. Materials Mechanical properties of HIT-V / HAS [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] M8 500 800 700 800 400 640 450 600 M10 500 800 700 800 400 640 450 600 M12 500 800 700 800 400 640 450 600 M16 500 800 700 800 400 640 450 600 M20 500 800 700 800 400 640 450 600 M24 500 800 700 700 400 640 450 400 M27 500 800 500 700 400 640 210 400 M30 500 800 500 700 400 640 210 400 Additional Hilti technical data M33 M36 M39 500 500 500 800 800 800 500 500 500 500 500 500 400 400 400 640 640 640 210 210 210 250 250 250 [mm²] 32.g.8 tensile strength f uk HIT-V/HAS -R HIT-V/HAS -HCR HIT-V/HAS 5.8 52.6 58. issue 2008-11-03 Anchor size HIT-V/HAS 5. Maximum long term base material temperature +24 °C +35 °C +43 °C Base material temperature Temperature range Temperature range I Temperature range II Temperature range III -40 °C to +40 °C -40 °C to +58 °C -40 °C to +70 °C Maximum short term base material temperature +40 °C +58 °C +70 ° C Max short term base material temperature Short-term elevated base material temperatures are those that occur over brief intervals.8 HIT-V/HAS 8.8 Nominal HIT-V/HAS 8.3 76.1 93. as a result of diurnal cycling.0 84.2 62.3 157 245 353 459 561 694 817 976 [mm³] 27. An elevated base material temperature may lead to a reduction of the design bond resistance. e.8 Yield strength fyk HIT-V/HAS -R HIT-V/HAS -HCR Stressed HAS crosssection As HIT-V Moment of HAS resistance HIT-V W 426 10 / 2012 . Max long term base material temperature Long-term elevated base material temperatures are roughly constant over significant periods of time.8 244 474 809 1274 1706 2321 2949 3891 [mm³] 31.3 109 277 541 935 1387 1874 2579 3294 4301 Data according ETA-04/0027.2 144 225 324 427 519 647 759 913 [mm²] 36.

1.4571. 1. HAS-ER HAS-HCR M10 M10x90 M8 M8x80 Anchor size 80 90 110 125 170 210 240 270 300 330 360 Anchor rods HIT-V (-R / -HCR) are available in variable length Setting installation equipment Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 Rotary hammer TE2 – TE16 TE40 – TE70 Other tools compressed air gun or blow out pump.4565 Threaded rod HIT-V-R. A5 > 8% ductile Steel galvanized. 1. 1.4439.8 M27 – M39 Material Strength class 5. (F) hot dipped galvanized ≥ 45 µm.4439.4529. high corrosion resistant steel. A5 > 8% ductile strength class 70 for ≤ M24 and class 50 for M27 to M30. 1. dispenser Additional DD EC-1.4404.4362 High corrosion resistant steel. 1.4404. HAS 8. HAS 5.4401. DD 100 … DD xxx a) Hilti recommended tools a) For anchors in diamond drilled holes load values for combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance have to be reduced (see section “Setting instruction”) 10 / 2012 427 .4401. Rp 0. HAS-E.4529. 1.2 = 640 N/mm². HAS-HCR Washer ISO 7089 Nut EN ISO 4032 Anchor dimensions Anchor rod HIT-V. Strength class 8. 1.4401.4571. 1. HIT-V-R. 1.4578. 1. HAS-R Threaded rod HIT-V-HCR.4404.4565 strength ≤ M20: Rm = 800 N/mm². HAS-R. A5 > 8% ductile steel galvanized ≥ 5 µm. HIT-V-HCR M39 M39x360 M36 M36x330 M33 M33x300 M30 M30x270 M27 M27x240 M24 M24x210 M20 M20x170 [mm] M16 M16x125 Anchor embedment depth M12 M12x110 Anchor rod HAS.4362 High corrosion resistant steel.4565 Strength class 8. A5 > 8% ductile M24 to M30: Rm = 700 N/mm².4362 Strength class 70.4529. stainless steel grade A4. set of cleaning brushes. Stainless steel grade A4.8 M8 – M24 Threaded rod HIT-V(F). 1. 1. A5 > 8% ductile steel galvanized ≥ 5 µm. 1. hot dipped galvanized ≥ 45 µm.4571. Rp 0. hot dipped galvanized Stainless steel.4578. 1. 1. Strength class 70. 1. 1. 1. 1. (F) hot dipped galvanized ≥ 45 µm.4439.8. 1. 1. 1.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIT-V / HAS in hammer drilled holes Material quality Part Threaded rod HIT-V(F).2 = 400 N/mm².8. steel galvanized ≥ 5 µm. 1.4578.

428 10 / 2012 .Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIT-V / HAS in hammer drilled holes Setting instruction Dry and water-saturated concrete. hammer drilling a) Brush bore hole with required steel brush HIT-RB a) Note: Manual cleaning only for hef ≤ 250 mm and anchor size ≤ M16 For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product.

Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIT-V / HAS in hammer drilled holes Water filled bore hole or submerged. 10 / 2012 429 . hammer drilling Brush bore hole with required steel brush HIT-RB For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product.

For installation temperatures below +5 °C all load values have to be reduced according to the load reduction factors given below.6 10 / 2012 .7 0. Curing time for dry concrete Temperature of the base material 40 °C 30 °C 20 °C 15 °C 10 °C 5 °C 0 °C -5 °C 430 Additional Hilti technical data Reduced curing time Working time in which before anchor can be anchor can be inserted fully loaded tcure. issue 2009-05-20 Working time in which anchor Curing time before anchor can be inserted and adjusted tgel can be fully loaded tcure 12 min 4h 12 min 8h 20 min 12 h 30 min 24 h 90 min 48 h 120 min 72 h For dry concrete curing times may be reduced according to the following table.dry and adjusted tgel 4h 12 min 8h 12 min 12 h 20 min 18 h 30 min 24 h 90 min 36 h 120 min 50 h 3h 72 h 4h Load reduction factor 1 1 1 1 1 1 0.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIT-V / HAS in hammer drilled holes Curing time for general conditions Temperature of the base material 40 °C 30 °C to 39 °C 20 °C to 29 °C 15 °C to 19 °C 10 °C to 14 °C 5 °C to 9 °C Data according ETA-04/0027.

3 for h / hef ≤ 1.8 h for 2.0 ⋅ hef Critical edge distance b) for splitting failure Additional Hilti technical data M33 M36 M39 scr.min ≤ hef ≤ hef.3 2. 10 / 2012 431 .sp ccr.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIT-V / HAS in hammer drilled holes Setting details Data according ETA-04/0027. issue 2009-05-20 Anchor size Nominal diameter of drill bit Effective anchorage and drill hole depth a) range Minimum base material thickness Diameter of clearance hole in the fixture Minimum spacing Minimum edge distance Critical spacing for splitting failure M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 d0 [mm] 10 12 14 18 24 28 30 35 37 40 42 hef.0 [mm] 4.6 hef . d) This is the maximum recommended torque moment to avoid splitting failure during installation for anchors with minimum spacing and/or edge distance.max (hef: embedment depth) b) h: base material thickness (h ≥ hmin) c) The critical edge distance for concrete cone failure depends on the embedment depth hef and the design bond resistance.sp for h / hef ≥ 2.max [mm] 160 200 240 320 400 480 540 600 660 720 780 hmin [mm] df [mm] 9 12 14 18 22 26 30 33 36 39 42 smin [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 120 135 150 165 180 195 cmin [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 120 135 150 165 180 195 270 300 330 360 390 hef + 30 mm ≥ 100 mm 2 ccr.N 1.1.min [mm] 40 40 48 64 80 96 108 120 132 144 156 hef.0 > h / hef > 1.5 hef Tmax [Nm] 10 20 40 80 150 200 For spacing (edge distance) smaller than critical spacing (critical edge distance) the design loads have to be reduced.N 2 ccr.sp 1. The simplified formula given in this table is on the save side.N ccr. a) hef.26 hef Critical spacing for concrete cone failure Critical edge distance for concrete cone c) failure Torque moment d) hef + 2 d0 scr.

3 12.3 272.0 130.N ⋅ f2.3 84.N ⋅ f3.9 18.0 244.3 12.1 435.8 HIT-V 8.N ⋅ fh.s Data according ETA-04/0027.N .3 13.sp ⋅ f2.8 158.4 134.s HAS (-E)-R HIT-V-R HAS (-E)-HCR HIT-V-HCR 432 [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] M8 11.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIT-V / HAS in hammer drilled holes Simplified design method Simplified version of the design method according ETAG 001.1 404.Steel resistance: NRd.p = N Rd.7 520.3 76.0 132. Design resistance according data given in ETA-04/0027.Concrete cone resistance: NRd.8 159.8 HAS 8. TR 029.7 117.3 345.sp ⋅ f3.2 144.9 370. (The method may also be applied for anchor groups with more than two anchors or more than one edge distance.1 Additional Hilti technical data M33 M36 M39 231.7 299.0 44.0 118.0 106.8 75.3 28.3 187.0 119.8 175. The influencing factors must then be considered for each edge distance and spacing.9 187.8 92.N ⋅ f3.3 10 / 2012 .N ⋅ f2.8 122.N ⋅ fh.N ⋅ fre. issue 2009-05-20 Anchor size HAS 5.3 325.7 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 48.0 130. To avoid this.Combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance: 0 NRd.p ⋅ fre.7 120.7 19.p ⋅ fB.3 231.N Basic design tensile resistance Design steel resistance NRd. Influence of concrete strength Influence of edge distance Influence of spacing Valid for a group of two anchors.8 21.s .7 144.0 19.5 113.6 170.sp = N Rd.1 190.7 M12 25.0 74. Tension loading The design tensile resistance is the lower value of .7 188.7 28.9 92. it is recommended to use the anchor design software PROFIS anchor) The design method is based on the following simplification: No different loads are acting on individual anchors (no eccentricity) The values are valid for one anchor.6 40.0 30.8 486.p ⋅ f1.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.8 HIT-V 5.4 98.0 19. issue 2009-05-20.3 19.sp ⋅ fh.3 M10 17.7 84.9 28. The calculated design loads are then on the save side: They will be lower than the exact values according ETAG 001. For more complex fastening applications please use the anchor design software PROFIS Anchor.6 144.3 172.3 31.7 44.1 80.c = N0Rd.6 152.2 203.0 153.3 54.N ⋅ fre.2 132.3 281. TR 029.3 30.7 106.8 NRd.7 52.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.N - Concrete splitting resistance (only non-cracked concrete): 0 NRd.0 84.7 82.0 58.

6 N Rd. issue 2009-05-20 Additional Hilti technical data M33 M36 M39 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 Typical embedment depth 80 90 110 125 170 210 240 270 300 330 hef.2 89.N ⋅ fh.2 20.5 25.6 0 7.04 1.8 22.7 10.8 162.c a) Additional Hilti technical data (not part of ETA-04/0027.8 15.p = (f ck.9 61.3 N0Rd.48 1.N Data according ETA-04/0027.4 35.09 Influence of embedment depth on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance fh.6 133.N Additional Hilti technical data Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 M33 M36 M39 [kN] 17.N ⋅ f3.cube = concrete compressive strength.p Temperature range III [kN] a) Additional Hilti technical data (not part of ETA-04/0027.N Design splitting resistance NRd.02 1.3 21.typ [mm] 0 N Rd.6 44.0 203.cube/25N/mm²) 1 1.08 1.7 33.3 105.p = hef/hef.N ⋅ f2.8 63.6 135.41 a) fck.p Temperature range II [kN] 12.p = N0Rd.N ⋅ f2.3 73.1 a) f B.p ⋅ fre.0 144.07 a) fck.sp a) = N0Rd.N ⋅ fre.9 76.c = N0Rd.1 97.p Temperature range I [kN] 15. issue 2009-05-20 Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 0.cube = concrete compressive strength.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIT-V / HAS in hammer drilled holes Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance for anchors in diamond drilled holes a) NRd.4 17.5 171.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.22 1.sp ⋅ f2. Data according ETA-04/0027. issue 2009-05-20): The design values for combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance may be increased by 20 % for installation in dry concrete (concrete not in contact with water before/during installation and curing). measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.9 106.5 31.7 157.p ⋅ f1.typ Influence of concrete strength on concrete cone resistance Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) 1/2 a) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 fB = (f ck.0 82.6 53. 360 232.sp ⋅ f3.9 186.3 111. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length 10 / 2012 C 45/55 C 50/60 1.sp ⋅ f h.3 136.2 164.34 1.55 433 .N ⋅ fre.5 27.1 1.06 1.6 52.8 82.N ⋅ fh.cube/25N/mm²) 1 1. issue 2009-05-20): The design values for concrete cone and splitting resistance may be increased by 20 % for anchor installation in dry concrete (concrete not in contact with water before/during installation and curing).7 125.3 N0Rd.N ⋅ f3.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.4 106.7 35.8 anchor Design concrete cone resistance a) NRd.0 78.p ⋅ fB.

5 + hef/200mm ≤ 1 a) This factor applies only for dense reinforcement.p and NRd.N = (hef/hef. These influencing factors must be considered for every edge distance smaller than the critical edge distance.N 0.N = 0.6 0.60 0.75 0.typ) 1.90 0.5 0.4 0.9 a) 0.75 a) 0.N) 0.sp = 0.70 0.82 0.95 1 f 2.80 0.73 0. Influence of embedment depth on concrete cone resistance fh.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc 10 / 2012 .2 0.3⋅c/ccr.7 + 0.5⋅(1 + s/scr.3⋅c/ccr.95 1 f 3.7 0.65 0.5 Influence of reinforcement hef [mm] 40 50 60 70 80 90 ≥ 100 a) 0.85 a) 0.55 0.cp = k ⋅ lower value of NRd.5 0.60 0.94 0.N = 0.sp f 3. then a factor f re = 1 may be applied.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIT-V / HAS in hammer drilled holes Influence of edge distance a) c/ccr.3 0.3 0.Concrete edge resistance: 434 VRd.2 0.7 + 0.Steel resistance: - Concrete pryout resistance: .8 0.N) 0.sp f 2.sp = 0.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.sp = 0.90 0.sp) a) The the edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin given in the table with the setting details. If in the area of anchorage there is reinforcement with a spacing ≥ 150 mm (any diameter) or with a diameter ≤ 10 mm and a spacing ≥ 100 mm.65 0.6 0.95 a) 1 0.9 1 0.sp) a) The anchor spacing shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin given in the table with the setting details.c VRd.70 0.75 0.N = 0.8 0.79 0.97 1 0.sp f 1.88 0.76 0.55 0.80 0.7 f re.4 0.5⋅(1 + s/scr.91 0.85 0.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.85 0.1 0.1 s/scr.s VRd.N c/ccr. Shear loading The design shear resistance is the lower value of .N = 0.7 0.8 a) 0.N f 1.9 1 0. This influencing factor must be considered for every anchor spacing.85 0. Influence of anchor spacing a) s/scr.c = V0Rd.

0 M10 10.48 1.8 70.8 163.p and k ⋅ NRd.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Design concrete edge resistance VRd.4 12.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIT-V / HAS in hammer drilled holes Basic design shear resistance Design steel resistance VRd.9 92.8 VRd.c: Design concrete cone resistance = V0Rd.cp = lower valuea) of k ⋅ NRd.2 50.45 0.9 Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 fB = (f ck.7 81.2 M16 28.5 0.8 27.63 0.s Data according ETA-04/0027.8 102.4 12.0 18.8 HIT-V 8.4 92.9 85.9 114.9 79.1 79.3 46.0 7.4 195.3 10. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.77 0.3 58.4 112. issue 2009-05-20 Anchor size HAS 5.3 67.cube/25N/mm²)1/2 a) 1 1.6 18.55 Influence of angle between load applied and the direction perpendicular to the free edge Angle ß fβ = 0° 10° 20° 30° 40° 50° 60° 70° 80° ≥ 90° 1 1.5  Influence of base material thickness h/c fh = 10 / 2012 {h/(1.2 12.1 86.50 0.8 HIT-V 5.40 1.1 122.24 1.89 0.8 147.9 105.8 72.2 1.9 292.34 1.55 0.0 242.6 0.13 1.41 a) fck.15 0.2 12.8 78.4 M20 M24 M27 M30 44.1 1.9 1.2 24.7 78.4 50.00 1 (cos αV )2 +  sin αV  2  2.9 8.s HAS (-E)-R HIT-V-R HAS (-E)-HCR HIT-V-HCR [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] M8 6.1 71.6 44.32 2.0 36.7 95.32 0.8 55.2 17.0 Design concrete pryout resistance VRd.8 HAS 8.4 70.97 2.5 55.2 50.05 1.8 27.2 168.0 48.5 48.35 ≥ 1.75 0.45 0.2 16.0 62.7 35.7 8.7 27.71 0.9 94.4 312.8 45.6 71.6 11.5 53.8 18.95 1.64 1.0 86.9 72.0 112.8 64.0 112.8 7.3 19.2 179.84 0.05 1.8 31.0 139.1 261.0 64.p: Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance NRd.cube = concrete compressive strength.01 1.8 102.5 80.2 207.22 1.0 Additional Hilti technical data M33 M36 M39 138.5 ⋅ c)} 1/2 ≤1 435 .3 0.c [kN] M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 M33 M36 M39 5.2 222.4 12.c a) k = 1 for hef < 60 mm k = 2 for hef ≥ 60 mm NRd.8 16.4 32.4 M12 15.c Anchor size Non-cracked concrete V0Rd.

38 3.19 10 15 0.20 5.83 2.75 5.00 9.35 5.78 4.61 3.50 9.26 1.84 6.67 0.89 7.50 6.72 4.35 0.64 4.05 ⋅ (hef / d) 1.75 1.35 0.83 2.35 0.25 5.74 7.84 1.47 7.32 2.81 6.38 3.83 2.98 1.04 7.66 8.41 5.25 6.84 1.50 9.95 3.90 3.87 7.99 9.65 0.00 1.32 2.00 6.16 7.31 10.31 4.25 0.36 3.86 3.95 3.75 7.15 5.43 0.83 1.00 1.07 1.15 5.21 4.35 0.73 8.67 20 30 40 0.77 2.65 0.94 4.21 4.81 7.38 5.53 1.06 4.65 0.40 1.73 3.00 1.26 9.87 6.46 3.21 8.75 6.38 3.56 4.40 1.00 8.40 1.27 0.56 3.84 1.44 4.75 1.11 4.43 6.25 5.08 5.75 0.32 1.37 2.02 8.69 7.25 6. Combined tension and shear loading For combined tension and shear loading see section “Anchor Design”.55 7.88 2.59 1.54 6.22 7. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.81 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 3.55 3.32 1. 436 10 / 2012 .75 7.64 2.75 4.68 4.50 0.00 2.63 2.00 1.96 7.68 0.68 hef/d f hef = 4 4.36 6.97 10.25 8.40 0.25 9.44 6.74 7.40 1.84 1.5 ⋅ (1 + s / [3 ⋅ c]) ⋅ 0.31 8.50 8.26 3.05 6.75 7.17 8.84 2.50 0.81 3.20 5.57 2.83 6.55 5.99 6.83 2.83 4.35 0.98 4.33 4.03 3.50 11.68 1.52 3.50 3.35 0.17 9.86 6.30 6.27 7.76 4.08 6.32 3.00 1.76 3.49 2.50 6.50 12.91 5.85 smin and the Influence of embedment depth hef/d f hef = 0.95 3.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIT-V / HAS in hammer drilled holes Influence of anchor spacing and edge distance a) for concrete edge resistance: f4 f4 = (c/hef)1.20 3.98 2.99 8.08 7.65 0.20 2.50 5.38 1.00 6.35 0.00 1.77 2.62 7.38 3.40 1.56 3.65 0.50 Influence of edge distance a) c/d 4 6 8 0.75 10.84 1.31 1.52 0.95 3.76 4.32 2.61 5.56 4.51 0.19 3.60 fc = (d / c) a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin.65 0.98 5.35 0.35 0.59 8.82 1.83 2.90 4.99 7.75 2.00 2.65 0.32 1.83 3.22 1.25 8.92 8.55 10.32 2.30 2.84 0.02 10.51 4.25 3.54 1.38 3. Precalculated values Recommended loads can be calculated by dividing the design resistance by an overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.20 5.00 1.63 0.50 5.87 4.74 3.84 1.35 0.00 1.86 5.36 4.15 3.55 6.35 0.90 8.12 1.25 3.02 7.35 0.56 2.81 3.71 6.16 3.32 2.83 2.42 7.15 2.75 0.84 1.63 6.93 6.00 1.90 6.40 1.5 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 0.25 3.00 0.65 0.40 1.35 4.00 1.11 8.14 5.83 2.26 7.00 3.38 1.30 4.41 5.47 2.45 7.45 5.96 3.83 8.49 2.84 1.00 1.15 4.95 4.00 5.65 0.40 1.45 8.00 3.95 2.51 3.65 0.05 ⋅ (hef / d) 1. c/hef Group of two anchors s/hef 2.86 3.95 2.96 5.55 4.75 7.06 2.56 5.27 6.5 Single anchor 0.65 0.27 5.35 0.75 4.77 0.10 6.16 7.12 4.57 5.55 7.75 8.84 5.40 1.38 3.33 5.70 6.65 2.69 3.94 2.04 a) The anchor spacing and the minimum edge distance cmin.84 1.50 8.67 9.67 5.26 edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing 10.4.88 9.50 4.75 1.40 1.90 4.42 7.60 4.65 0.94 9.68 3.11 3.38 3.00 4.65 1.57 0.50 7.65 1.39 8.25 3.18 6.39 2.00 7.28 4.09 9.56 4.54 6.84 1.73 4.35 0.73 5.32 2.45 9.63 7.00 5.32 2.78 10.29 6.63 5.00 11.25 1.22 5.33 7.65 0.18 5.72 5.35 0.49 8.57 5.85 6.40 1.25 4.25 2.36 7.38 2.04 5.03 6.65 0.32 2.00 1.63 0.25 12.25 5.50 1.95 8.12 2.44 2.18 5.72 6.17 2.73 5.71 0.88 1.01 1.59 5.22 6.38 9.79 9.00 1.

1 10 / 2012 51.8 112.4 78.1 67.3 40.2 35.cube = 25 N/mm².8 [kN] 8.5 56.8 [kN] 7.3 48.8 HIT-V 8.1 = [mm] Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 100 100 102 132 168 200 Tensile NRd: single anchor.9 88.5 70.8 48. no edge effects.5 42.8 102.2 14.0 76.3 40.8 163.cube = 25 N/mm². min.8 85. edge distance (c = cmin) HIT-V 5.4 27.9 136.4 70.0 16.6 58.6 34.2 HIT-V-R HIT-V-HCR Shear VRd: single anchor.1 79.6 41.1 92.5 12.9 86. Temperature range I M27 162 222 M30 180 250 Additional Hilti technical data M33 M36 M39 198 216 234 272 296 324 49.2 23.6 HIT-V-R [kN] 7.8 HIT-V 8.8 19.1 7.0 16.3 58.0 437 .6 58. spacing (s = smin) .8 HIT-V 8.8 HIT-V 8.4 7.1 = [mm] Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 100 100 102 132 168 200 222 250 40 50 60 80 100 120 135 150 Spacing s = smin= [mm] Tensile NRd: double anchor. no edge effects HIT-V 5.4 78.8 [kN] 7.7 103.3 55.5 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 11.8 40.8 70.5 122.8 70.8 13.2 12.2 18.2 48.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIT-V / HAS in hammer drilled holes Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.2 18.8 31.5 56.6 HIT-V-R HIT-V-HCR Shear VRd: double anchor.2 48.0 24.3 8.8 [kN] 3.1 74.2 50.2 50.2 241.0 Data according ETA-04/0027.8 [kN] 5.6 HIT-V-R HIT-V-HCR Shear VRd: single anchor.8 HIT-V-R [kN] 8.5 122.2 12.9 29.0 8.6 31.7 22.0 11.9 136.2 36. without lever arm HIT-V 5.8 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 7.9 85.9 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.8 19.3 92.0 102.6 HIT-V 8.1 HIT-V-R HIT-V-HCR Additional Hilti technical data M33 M36 M39 198 216 234 272 296 324 165 180 195 38. min.0 102.5 74.2 18.4 HIT-V 8.0 162.3 55. min.3 88.0 112.7 103. Temperature range I Data according ETA-04/0027.9 86. issue 2009-05-20 Additional Hilti technical data M33 M36 M39 198 216 234 272 296 324 165 180 195 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 48 60 72 96 120 144 162 180 Embedment depth hef.1 45.4 88.7 10.1 = [mm] Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 100 100 102 132 168 200 222 250 40 50 60 80 100 120 135 150 Edge distance c = cmin= [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor.2 33.1 43.4 112.4 49.8 [kN] 5.4 26.2 35.8 28.4 26.2 18.4 4.8 187.3 12.9 119. no edge effects.4 27.1 195.0 138.3 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.8 15.3 86.0 31. without lever arm HIT-V 5.8 [kN] 7.2 12. min. issue 2009-05-20 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 48 60 72 96 120 144 Embedment depth hef.6 72.cube = 25 N/mm².9 18. no edge effects.4 26.5 154.7 103. issue 2009-05-20 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 48 60 72 96 120 144 162 180 Embedment depth hef.9 6.5 19. Temperature range I (load values are valid for single anchor) Data according ETA-04/0027.2 48.8 [kN] 11.4 213.8 102.0 154.8 72.0 138.7 21.9 119. edge distance (c = cmin) . spacing (s = smin) HIT-V 5.8 31. without lever arm HIT-V 5.

3 55.4 261.5 27.2 23.3 73.2 12.4 78.8 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 12.2 35.3 20.7 125.8 102.2 48.0 112.8 [kN] 12.2 312.5 27.4 70.5 19.0 179.2 Shear VRd: single anchor.1 72. Temperature range I Data according ETA-04/0027.8 HIT-V-R [kN] 8. spacing (s = smin) .typ = [mm] 80 90 110 125 170 210 240 270 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 110 120 140 161 218 266 300 340 40 50 60 80 100 120 135 150 Edge distance c = cmin= [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor. min.5 102.0 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.8 72.0 13.1 35.8 102.3 12.8 [kN] 8.8 HIT-V-R HIT-V-HCR Shear VRd: double anchor.4 98. without lever arm HIT-V 5.2 HIT-V-R [kN] 13.2 35.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIT-V / HAS in hammer drilled holes Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.3 73.7 33.8 163.2 164.2 50.9 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.8 163.2 48.9 26.3 51. without lever arm HIT-V 5.9 20.7 125.2 177.3 73.typ = [mm] Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 110 120 140 161 218 266 300 340 40 50 60 80 100 120 135 150 Spacing s = smin= [mm] Tensile NRd: double anchor.5 HIT-V-R [kN] 8.8 [kN] 12.0 147. Temperature range I (load values are valid for single anchor) Data according ETA-04/0027.3 59.6 15.3 11.4 HIT-V-R HIT-V-HCR Shear VRd: single anchor.8 [kN] 3.7 33.0 195.2 50.4 112. issue 2009-05-20 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 80 90 110 125 170 210 Embedment depth hef.4 78.2 164.4 78.1 47.2 12.1 195.4 27.cube = 25 N/mm².8 HIT-V 8.5 122.6 53.2 164. no edge effects. min.1 438 92.3 16.4 70.2 48.2 58.1 79.4 HIT-V 8. min.8 147.2 50.6 144.0 138.4 106.0 86. no edge effects.0 138.8 [kN] 7.3 89.6 53.8 [kN] 15.4 27.8 112. without lever arm HIT-V 5.9 86.4 27.8 70.4 112.4 106.3 20.0 207.8 HIT-V-R HIT-V-HCR Additional Hilti technical data M33 M36 M39 300 330 360 374 410 450 165 180 195 60.3 80. edge distance (c = cmin) .3 73. Temperature range I Data according ETA-04/0027.5 17.8 HIT-V 8.8 [kN] 12.9 M27 240 300 M30 270 340 Additional Hilti technical data M33 M36 M39 300 330 360 374 410 450 89.4 27.3 92.3 58.1 80.typ = [mm] Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 110 120 140 161 218 266 Tensile NRd: single anchor.8 222.0 238.0 18.2 164.0 69.0 16.0 19.7 125.8 31.0 112.2 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 15. min.0 112. spacing (s = smin) HIT-V 5.2 HIT-V 8.7 33.5 27.0 16.8 70.3 27.4 106.6 53.5 48.8 31.1 78.3 89. edge distance (c = cmin) HIT-V 5.6 53.6 43.7 5.0 10 / 2012 .2 50. no edge effects HIT-V 5.3 11.0 18.2 50.8 HIT-V 8.4 85.4 92.4 HIT-V 8.3 92.0 18.2 10.0 144.8 19.3 7. issue 2009-05-20 Additional Hilti technical data M33 M36 M39 300 330 360 374 410 450 165 180 195 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 80 90 110 125 170 210 240 270 Embedment depth hef.cube = 25 N/mm².9 85.5 122. no edge effects.3 122.0 18.6 41.0 144.3 55.8 54.8 [kN] 9.2 271.0 144.1 41.6 29. issue 2009-05-20 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 Embedment depth hef.1 79.3 12.0 34.4 78.9 70.8 19.7 33.cube = 25 N/mm².3 102.5 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 12.9 92.8 [kN] 7.2 30.

2 12. without lever arm HIT-V 5. Temperature range I M27 324 384 M30 360 430 Additional Hilti technical data M33 M36 M39 396 432 468 470 512 558 140.4 261.5 122.9 215.7 103.0 117. edge distance (c = cmin) .8 70.0 52.5 243.3 28.4 70.5 48.8 112.5 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 18. min.9 21.0 Data according ETA-04/0027.8 147.2 50.9 85. without lever arm HIT-V 5.5 122. min.0 18.8 [kN] 7.8 163. edge distance (c = cmin) HIT-V 5.3 164.6 144.2 50.8 222.5 Shear VRd: single anchor.0 112.2 48.4 78.8 31.3 92.9 45. no edge effects.7 41.6 58.3 102.1 195. no edge effects HIT-V 5.2 312. issue 2009-05-20 Additional Hilti technical data M33 M36 M39 396 432 468 470 512 558 165 180 195 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 96 120 144 192 240 288 324 360 Embedment depth hef.1 18.3 170.4 140.2 48.4 70.5 HIT-V-R [kN] 13.0 89.4 78.8 19.3 22.8 HIT-V 8.8 [kN] 11.4 27.9 48.8 72.5 17.4 64.3 58.6 62.5 HIT-V-R HIT-V-HCR Shear VRd: single anchor.9 18.0 195.2 140.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIT-V / HAS in hammer drilled holes Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.8 102.6 215.8 102.3 12.0 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.8 89.4 27.3 55.2 222.4 112.4 78.2 243.4 28.8 31.5 189. Temperature range I (load values are valid for single anchor) Data according ETA-04/0027.4 27.4 64.4 117. no edge effects. issue 2009-05-20 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 Embedment depth hef.5 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 12.1 HIT-V-R HIT-V-HCR Additional Hilti technical data M33 M36 M39 396 432 468 470 512 558 165 180 195 84.6 89.3 164.0 138.5 172.4 203.4 117. spacing (s = smin) .4 117.cube = 25 N/mm².8 70.5 117.8 HIT-V 8.9 25.9 HIT-V-R HIT-V-HCR Shear VRd: double anchor.2 = [mm] 96 120 144 192 240 288 324 360 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 126 150 174 228 288 344 384 430 40 50 60 80 100 120 135 150 Edge distance c = cmin= [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor.7 34.8 163.0 16.2 80.4 28.4 92.4 78.8 HIT-V 8.4 HIT-V 8.0 112.2 = [mm] Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 126 150 174 228 288 344 Tensile NRd: single anchor.1 261.8 19.5 HIT-V 8.8 [kN] 12.8 [kN] 7.0 138.1 10 / 2012 133.cube = 25 N/mm².9 86.9 144.6 108. no edge effects.3 98.8 [kN] 3.9 31.4 HIT-V 8.1 79.8 HIT-V-R [kN] 8. min.0 439 .4 27.3 92.0 147.0 18.2 48.2 35.3 12.0 52.0 86.4 85. without lever arm HIT-V 5.3 189.9 92.4 HIT-V-R [kN] 8.3 102.7 82.8 [kN] 9.5 122.2 164.cube = 25 N/mm².1 72.6 40.8 [kN] 12.7 7.8 38.0 52.2 76.0 19.3 55.8 12.8 [kN] 12.7 41. spacing (s = smin) HIT-V 5.9 14.9 5.0 112.2 12.2 35.0 89.2 312. Temperature range I Data according ETA-04/0027.2 50.2 50.2 179.0 18.1 79.9 31.9 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.0 16.8 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 12.7 73.2 58.8 [kN] 18.2 = [mm] Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 126 150 174 228 288 344 384 430 40 50 60 80 100 120 135 150 Spacing s = smin= [mm] Tensile NRd: double anchor. min.4 112.0 179.8 96.0 18.6 28.8 64.3 60. issue 2009-05-20 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 96 120 144 192 240 288 Embedment depth hef.

One anchor material.Steel failure . max.Installation temperature range +5°C to +40°C 440 10 / 2012 . long ter m/short term base material temperature: +24°C/40°C) .high loading capacity .suitable for non-cracked concrete C 20/25 to C 50/60 .Base material thickness.cube = 25 N/mm² .odourless epoxy .high corrosion resistant . as specified in the tables .Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIT-V / HAS in diamond drilled holes Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIT-V / HAS in diamond drilled holes Injection mortar system Benefits Hilti HIT-RE 500 330 ml foil pack (also available as 500 ml and 1400 ml foil pack) Statik mixer HAS rod .One typical embedment depth.large diameter applications .Correct setting (See setting instruction) . fck.long working time at elevated temperatures .suitable for dry and water saturated concrete .Temperature range I (min.embedment depth range: from 40 … 160 mm for M8 to 120 … 600 mm for M30 HAS-E rod HIT-V rod Concrete Small edge distance and spacing Variable embedment depth Corrosion resistance High corrosion resistance Diamond drilled holes PROFIS Anchor design software Basic loading data for a single anchor All data in this section applies to For details see Simplified design method .No edge distance and spacing influence . base material temperature -40°C. as specified in the table . as specified in the table .Concrete C 20/25.

8 147.6 Shear Vrec HIT-V 5.8 [kN] M8 18.2 12.cube = 25 N/mm². Mean ultimate resistance. Temperature range Temperature range I Temperature range II Temperature range III Base material temperature -40 °C to +40 °C -40 °C to +58 °C -40 °C to +70 °C Maximum long term base material temperature +24 °C +35 °C +43 °C Maximum short term base material temperature +40 °C +58 °C +70 ° C Max short term base material temperature Short-term elevated base material temperatures are those that occur over brief intervals. characteristic resistance.cube = 25 N/mm². anchor HIT-V 5. The corresponding load values calculated according to the simplified design method. Max long term base material temperature Long-term elevated base material temperatures are roughly constant over significant periods of time.8 [kN] 7.0 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 66.0 16.0 88.8 27.6 31. Service temperature range Hilti HIT-RE 500 injection mortar may be applied in the temperature ranges given below.g.1 92.8 22. anchor HIT-V 5.1 41.1 83.0 21.8 [kN] 9.9 30. e.2 Shear VRu.4.8 [kN] 12.2 48.9 73.0 M10 29.9 82.0 64.8 [kN] 18.8 31.0 18. design resistance.0 216.9 50. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.0 a) With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.5 173.0 39.5 58.7 80.5 15.0 22.7 22.8 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 Tensile NRu.0 M12 42.0 Characteristic resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.m HIT-V 5.0 Recommended loads a): concrete C 20/25 – fck.3 34. Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 Typical embedment depth [mm] 80 90 110 125 170 210 240 Base material thickness [mm] 110 120 140 165 220 270 300 a) The allowed range of embedment depth is shown in the setting details.0 61.0 Shear VRd HIT-V 5.5 48. anchor HIT-V 5. 10 / 2012 441 .9 229.8 [kN] 8.5 44.cube = 25 N/mm².2 185.8 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 Tensile Nrec HIT-V 5.m HIT-V 5.0 115.5 19.0 Shear VRk HIT-V 5.8 Anchor size Tensile NRk HIT-V 5.4 34.6 12.0 112.6 13.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIT-V / HAS in diamond drilled holes Embedment depth a) and base material thickness for the basic loading data. anchor HIT-V 5.4 120.8 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 Tensile NRd HIT-V 5. An elevated base material temperature may lead to a reduction of the design bond resistance. as a result of diurnal cycling.3 67. recommended loads.3 15.0 101.8 [kN] 5. M30 270 340 can be Mean ultimate resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.cube = 25 N/mm².8 70.1 8.3 65.0 129.4 48.8 [kN] 9.7 287.5 142.0 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.4 92.4 103.0 140.

2 = 400 N/mm².8 Yield strength fyk HIT-V/HAS -R HIT-V/HAS -HCR Stressed HAS crosssection As HIT-V Moment of HAS resistance HIT-V W Hilti technical data M16 M20 M24 500 500 500 800 800 800 700 700 700 800 800 700 400 400 400 640 640 640 450 450 450 600 600 400 [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] M8 500 800 700 800 400 640 450 600 M10 500 800 700 800 400 640 450 600 M12 500 800 700 800 400 640 450 600 M27 500 800 500 700 400 640 210 400 M30 500 800 500 700 400 640 210 400 [mm²] 32. A5 > 8% ductile Steel galvanized. 1. HAS 8. A5 > 8% ductile.4529.0 84. strength class 70 for ≤ M24 and class 50 for M27 to M30.4565 Strength class 8. Rp 0. hot dipped galvanized ≥ 45 µm. (F) hot dipped galvanized ≥ 45 µm. 1.4529. 1.8 tensile strength f uk HIT-V/HAS -R HIT-V/HAS -HCR HIT-V/HAS 5.8 Nominal HIT-V/HAS 8.4362 High corrosion resistant steel. 1.8.4571. HAS-E. HAS-R Threaded rod HIT-V-HCR.4578.4571.4571.4404. HAS-ER HAS-HCR M10 M10x90 M8 M8x80 Anchor size 80 90 110 125 170 210 240 270 Anchor rods HIT-V (-R / -HCR) are available in variable length 10 / 2012 . Strength class 8. steel galvanized ≥ 5 µm. 1. 1.8 52.4362 High corrosion resistant steel. A5 > 8% ductile M24 to M30: Rm = 700 N/mm².4401.4404. Rp 0.4401.8 M27 – M30 Threaded rod HIT-V-R.4401. stainless steel grade A4.6 58. HAS 5.2 62. high corrosion resistant steel.4578. 1.3 76.8 HIT-V/HAS 8. 1. 1. steel galvanized ≥ 5 µm.4578. 1. 1.3 157 245 353 459 561 [mm³] 27.4529. steel galvanized ≥ 5 µm. 1. Strength class 70.2 = 640 N/mm².4439.3 109 277 541 935 1387 1874 Material quality Part Threaded rod HIT-V(F). 1.8 M8 – M24 Threaded rod HIT-V(F).4439. 1. 1. 1.4404. A5 > 8% ductile. HAS-HCR Washer ISO 7089 Nut EN ISO 4032 Material Strength class 5. A5 > 8% ductile.4565 Anchor dimensions Anchor rod HIT-V.8 244 474 809 1274 1706 [mm³] 31.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIT-V / HAS in diamond drilled holes Materials Mechanical properties of HIT-V / HAS Anchor size HIT-V/HAS 5. 1. 1. HIT-V-HCR 442 M30 M30x270 M27 M27x240 M24 M24x210 M20 M20x170 [mm] M16 M16x125 Anchor embedment depth M12 M12x110 Anchor rod HAS.4439.4565.0 54. 1. (F) hot dipped galvanized ≥ 45 µm. 1. HAS-R.8. 1. strength ≤ M20: Rm = 800 N/mm². Stainless steel grade A4. hot dipped galvanized Stainless steel. 1.2 144 225 324 427 519 [mm²] 36. 1. 1.4362 Strength class 70.1 93. HIT-V-R.

Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIT-V / HAS in diamond drilled holes Setting installation equipment Anchor size Drilling tools Other tools M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 DD EC-1. Hilti technical information only Brush bore hole with required steel brush HIT-RB For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product. 10 / 2012 443 . dispenser Setting instruction Dry and water-saturated concrete. set of cleaning brushes. DD 100 … DD xxx compressed air gun or blow out pump. Important! Remove all water from the borehole and blow out with oil free compressed air until borehole is completely dried before mortar injection (not applicable to hammer drilled hole in underwater application). diamond coring drilling.

N c) failure d) Torque moment Tmax 2 ccr.3 2.N 1.5 hef [Nm] 10 20 40 80 150 For spacing (edge distance) smaller than critical spacing (critical edge distance) the design loads have to be reduced.sp scr.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIT-V / HAS in diamond drilled holes Curing time for general conditions Temperature of the base material 40 °C 30 °C to 39 °C 20 °C to 29 °C 15 °C to 19 °C 10 °C to 14 °C 5 °C to 9 °C Curing time before anchor can be Working time in which anchor can fully loaded tcure be inserted and adjusted tgel 4h 12 min 8h 12 min 12 h 20 min 24 h 30min 48 h 90 min 72 h 120 min Setting details Anchor size Nominal diameter of drill bit Effective anchorage and drill hole depth range a) Minimum base material thickness Diameter of clearance hole in the fixture Minimum spacing Minimum edge distance Critical spacing for splitting failure M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 d0 [mm] 10 12 14 18 24 28 30 35 hef.3 for h / hef ≤ 1.0 > h / hef > 1.N concrete cone failure Critical edge distance for concrete cone ccr.0 ⋅ hef Critical edge distance ccr.1.0 [mm] 4.sp for splitting failure b) for h / hef ≥ 2.sp 1.max [mm] 160 200 240 320 400 480 540 600 hmin [mm] df [mm] 9 12 14 18 22 26 30 33 smin [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 120 135 150 cmin [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 120 135 150 200 270 300 hef + 30 mm ≥ 100 mm hef + 2 d0 2 ccr.26 hef Critical spacing for scr.min [mm] 40 40 48 64 80 96 108 120 hef. 444 10 / 2012 .6 hef .8 h for 2.

sp ⋅ fh. (The method may also be applied for anchor groups with more than two anchors or more than one edge distance. d) This is the maximum recommended torque moment to avoid splitting failure during installation for anchors with minimum spacing and/or edge distance. TR 029.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.N .N ⋅ fh.N ⋅ fh. The calculated design loads are then conservative: They will be lower than the exact values according ETAG 001.N 10 / 2012 445 .p = N Rd.N ⋅ f3.p ⋅ fre.s .c = N0Rd. The influencing factors must then be considered for each edge distance and spacing.N ⋅ f3.p ⋅ fB.sp = N Rd. it is recommended to use the anchor design software PROFIS Anchor) The design method is based on the following simplification: No different loads are acting on individual anchors (no eccentricity) The values are valid for one anchor.N ⋅ fre.Steel resistance: NRd.sp ⋅ f2.max (hef: embedment depth) b) h: base material thickness (h ≥ hmin) c) The critical edge distance for concrete cone failure depends on the embedment depth hef and the design bond resistance.Concrete cone resistance: NRd. To avoid this.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIT-V / HAS in diamond drilled holes a) hef. The simplified formula given in this table is on the save side. TR 029.N - Concrete splitting resistance (only non-cracked concrete): 0 NRd.p ⋅ f1.Combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance: 0 NRd.sp ⋅ f3. Tension loading The design tensile resistance is the lower value of . Simplified design method Simplified version of the design method according ETAG 001.N ⋅ f2. Influence of concrete strength Influence of edge distance Influence of spacing Valid for a group of two anchors.N ⋅ f2. For more complex fastening applications please use the anchor design software PROFIS Anchor.N ⋅ fre.min ≤ hef ≤ hef.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.

N Anchor size N0Rd.0 130.7 28.p Temperature range II [kN] N0Rd.7 118.0 120.4 15.0 188.0 19.8 HIT-V 5.2 89.N ⋅ fh.4 66.cube = concrete compressive strength.9 55.0 30.9 6.1 1.7 41.3 73.0 34.1 24.N ⋅ fre.3 31.08 1.sp ⋅ f3.8 18.0 98.9 M30 187.4 14.3 9.sp = N0Rd.3 12.4 52.p Temperature range I [kN] N0Rd.c [kN] M8 17.9 28.6 53.s HAS (-E)-R HIT-V-R HAS (-E)-HCR HIT-V-HCR [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] M8 11.3 175.3 231.N Design splitting resistance NRd.3 299.41 a) fck.1 106.9 18.p = (f ck.8 21.N ⋅ f3.4 25.6 M27 153.22 1.7 M16 48.4 10.N ⋅ f3.N ⋅ f2.7 82.3 39.p ⋅ fB.3 Data according ETA-04/0027.8 76.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1. issue 2009-05-20 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 20.3 M10 17.3 12.7 75.09 Influence of embedment depth on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance fh.8 132.3 28.0 54.3 244.3 30.7 84.06 1.7 117.2 Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 0.cube/25N/mm²)1/2 a) 1 1.p ⋅ fre.0 92.4 M30 106.9 48.7 Design concrete cone resistance NRd.cube = concrete compressive strength.0 83.7 187.0 119.8 152.p ⋅ f1.48 1.55 10 / 2012 .5 67.7 19.N ⋅ f2.N Anchor size Typical embedment depth hef.0 130.sp ⋅ f2.1 a) f B.0 M20 74.0 19.4 144.0 52.c = N0Rd.8 15.7 84.p = N0Rd.07 a) fck.6 27.04 1.3 281.cube/25N/mm²) 1 1. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length 446 C 45/55 C 50/60 1.6 22.p Temperature range III [kN] M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 80 90 110 125 170 210 240 270 13.8 HAS 8.7 44.1 Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance for anchors in diamond drilled holes NRd.0 58.3 92.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.8 HIT-V 8.4 82.p = hef/hef.6 40.0 44.02 1.typ Influence of concrete strength on concrete cone resistance Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 fB = (f ck.8 103.0 31.sp ⋅ f h.7 33. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.34 1.8 NRd.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIT-V / HAS in diamond drilled holes Basic design tensile resistance Design steel resistance NRd.7 84.N ⋅ fh.9 80.N ⋅ fre.s Anchor size HAS 5.3 19.typ [mm] N0Rd.7 M12 25.5 27.7 M24 106.3 13.

3 0.5 Influence of reinforcement hef [mm] 40 50 60 70 80 90 ≥ 100 a) 0.s VRd.65 0.sp = 0.5⋅(1 + c/ccr. If in the area of anchorage there is reinforcement with a spacing ≥ 150 mm (any diameter) or with a diameter ≤ 10 mm and a spacing ≥ 100 mm.85 a) 0.55 0.95 1 f 3.5⋅(1 + s/scr.3 0.sp f 3.Concrete edge resistance: 10 / 2012 VRd.97 1 0. Influence of anchor spacing a) s/scr.1 0.5 + hef/200mm ≤ 1 a) This factor applies only for dense reinforcement.90 0.2 0.N = (hef/hef.N) 0.95 1 f 2.N c/ccr.70 0. These influencing factors must be considered for every edge distance smaller than the critical edge distance.9 1 0.N f 1.8 0.80 0.91 0.82 0.N 0.8 0.70 0.sp) a) The anchor spacing shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin given in the table with the setting details.85 0.6 0.9 1 0.N) 0. This influencing factor must be considered for every anchor spacing.4 0.3⋅c/ccr.cp = k ⋅ lower value of NRd.c = V0Rd.85 0.76 0.1 s/scr.7 + 0.7 0.73 0.80 0.6 0. Shear loading The design shear resistance is the lower value of .60 0.N = 0.2 0.9 a) 0.c VRd.94 0.60 0.65 0.7 f re.N = 0.85 0. Influence of embedment depth on concrete cone resistance fh.sp f 2.sp = 0.4 0. then a factor f re = 1 may be applied.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIT-V / HAS in diamond drilled holes Influence of edge distance a) c/ccr.7 + 0.75 a) 0.N = 0.95 a) 1 0.7 0.sp) a) The the edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin given in the table with the setting details.5⋅(1 + s/scr.sp = 0.75 0.sp f 1.typ) 1.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.79 0.75 0.p and NRd.5 0.55 0.N = 0.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc 447 .3⋅c/ccr.Steel resistance: - Concrete pryout resistance: .8 a) 0.5 0.90 0.88 0.

2 50.6 18.8 45.84 0.05 1.4 92.p and k ⋅ NRd.5 58.0 64.4 27.2 17.4 15.35 ≥ 1.2 48.8 147.4 78.7 8.9 8.0 Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 1/2 a) fB = (f ck.c: Design concrete cone resistance = V0Rd.7 112.0 168.1 79.2 50.8 VRd.34 1.6 44.55 0.c [kN] M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 5.41 a) fck.s Anchor size HAS 5.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIT-V / HAS in diamond drilled holes Basic design shear resistance Design steel resistance VRd.75 0. issue 2009-05-20 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 10.8 HIT-V 5.0 M8 6.24 1.s HAS (-E)-R HIT-V-R HAS (-E)-HCR HIT-V-HCR [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] Data according ETA-04/0027.cube = concrete compressive strength.8 31.0 16.c Anchor size Non-cracked concrete V0Rd.3 55.32 2.45 0.c k = 1 for hef < 60 mm k = 2 for hef ≥ 60 mm a) NRd.cp = lower valuea) of k ⋅ NRd.0 86.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Design concrete edge resistance VRd.4 78.8 179.6 11.89 0.6 71.8 64.2 12.4 112.77 0.64 1.48 1.8 24.9 1.13 1.8 HAS 8.p: Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance NRd.8 19.6 0.cube/25N/mm²) 1 1.3 0.40 1.55 Influence of angle between load applied and the direction perpendicular to the free edge Angle ß fβ = 0° 10° 20° 30° 40° 50° 60° 70° 80° ≥ 90° 1 1. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.8 HIT-V 8.2 35.8 46.2 18.95 1.7 50.5 48.15 0.3 10.8 7.2 12.3 32.4 72.5 53.8 44.2 55.9 18.2 28.0 Design concrete pryout resistance VRd.32 0.3 16.8 12.4 70.7 27.5 ⋅ c)} 1/2 ≤ 1 10 / 2012 .63 0.45 0.0 139.97 2.8 70.71 0.0 12.2 1.4 27.1 1.8 105.4 12.9 92.05 1.01 1.0 M30 112.0 7.22 1.0 36.5 0.50 0.5  Influence of base material thickness h/c fh = 448 {h/(1.00 1 (cos α V )2 +  sin αV  2  2.

63 0.99 9.73 5.50 1.44 2.38 3.38 2.84 1.99 7.65 0.00 4.25 4.81 3.98 5.25 3.00 1.20 3.61 3.22 6.27 5.25 5.55 6.63 7.47 7.75 0.30 6.04 5.75 7.38 3.60 fc = (d / c) a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin.33 7.25 5.19 3.38 3.54 1.72 6.00 1.50 Influence of edge distance a) c/d 4 6 8 0.50 0.95 4.31 8.95 3.56 4.19 10 15 0.05 6.25 8.67 20 30 40 0.00 1.84 1.00 1.00 1.73 8.38 3.00 1.21 4.22 7.84 6.77 2. c/hef Group of two anchors s/hef 2.25 6.77 2.69 7.83 8.50 12.40 1.40 1.74 3.73 3.75 8.35 0.45 5.81 6.50 3.03 6.33 4.51 4.60 4.87 7.74 7.65 1.90 6.38 5.35 0.33 5.47 2.05 ⋅ (hef / d) 1.25 3.81 3.75 4.12 1.31 10.10 6. Combined tension and shear loading For combined tension and shear loading see section “Anchor Design”.96 5.65 0.65 0.88 9.72 5.06 4.75 0.00 1.08 5.28 4.36 7.83 1.25 3.5 ⋅ (1 + s / [3 ⋅ c]) ⋅ 0.40 1.25 8.00 1.39 8.44 6.32 2.25 6.00 8.50 9.83 2.08 6.75 1.65 1.83 3.67 0.50 6.02 7.45 7.50 8.26 edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing 10.56 5.59 1.65 0.35 4.95 3.50 8.90 4.95 8.59 8.84 1.83 6.00 5.00 5.65 2.49 8.27 6.00 3.50 11.22 1.76 4.32 1.84 1.63 0.25 0.03 3.02 10.73 4.57 5.35 0.73 5.84 2.98 1.69 3.75 1.50 4.17 8.40 1.35 0.87 6.38 9.36 6.11 3.00 2.35 0.29 6.35 0.55 7.00 6.50 7.21 4.91 5.01 1.27 7.62 7.00 6.02 8.84 1.74 7.56 4.40 1.83 2.50 6.26 3.55 5.30 2.15 3.86 3.75 7.65 0.38 1.95 2.68 1.75 7.35 0.50 5.32 2.05 ⋅ (hef / d) 1.84 5.83 2.20 5.43 6.59 5. 10 / 2012 449 .95 3.35 0.83 2.63 2.90 3.16 3.75 2.12 4.55 4.75 7.86 5.57 2.78 10.76 4.25 12.40 1.84 1.97 10.35 0.07 1.71 6.32 2.35 0.79 9.35 5.31 4.52 3.25 1.98 4.95 2.70 6.95 3.54 6.63 6.83 2.56 3.56 4.41 5.82 1.40 1.49 2.25 3.64 2.25 2.65 0.46 3.65 0.75 4.40 0.65 0.35 0.55 10.00 1.88 2.00 3.21 8.31 1.40 1.08 7.57 0.35 0.65 0.94 4.65 0.38 1.26 7.18 5.35 0.94 2.75 6.30 4.32 2.67 5.64 4.09 9.88 1.93 6.20 5.65 0.22 5.04 7.06 2.36 3.37 2.66 8.00 1.36 4.18 5.40 1.00 9.00 1.68 3.41 5.00 11.04 a) The anchor spacing and the minimum edge distance cmin.26 1.35 0.92 8.72 4.81 7.32 2.15 5.87 4.17 2.53 1.56 2.39 2.15 4.77 0.90 4.84 1.00 0.38 3.25 5.32 3.51 3.83 4.32 1.90 8.75 1.63 5.75 5.32 2.68 hef/d f hef = 4 4.00 1.40 1.11 8.38 3.20 2.25 9.45 8.99 8.85 6.61 5.32 2.55 3.42 7.16 7.54 6.11 4.67 9.40 1.20 5.84 1.81 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 3.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIT-V / HAS in diamond drilled holes Influence of anchor spacing and edge distance a) for concrete edge resistance: f4 f4 = (c/hef)1.68 0.44 4.50 9.86 6.32 2.50 0.96 3.98 2.18 6.57 5.84 1.00 1.43 0.5 Single anchor 0.71 0.32 1.85 smin and the Influence of embedment depth hef/d f hef = 0.49 2.50 5.68 4.45 9.14 5.00 7.83 2.76 3.42 7.27 0.78 4.99 6.26 9.52 0.56 3.96 7.65 0.38 3.35 0.55 7.12 2.89 7.84 1.86 3.65 0.65 0.5 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 0.51 0.83 2.17 9.94 9.00 2.15 2.16 7.15 5.84 0.75 10.

suitable for non-cracked concrete C 20/25 to C 50/60 . long ter m/short term base material temperature: +24°C/40°C) . issue 2009-05-20.cube = 25 N/mm² .Steel failure . fck.high loading capacity .under water application for hammer drilled holes .8 .One typical embedment depth.One anchor material. base material temperature -40°C. WF 172920 / 2008-05-27 a) All data given in this section according ETA-04/0027.long working time at elevated temperatures . / date of issue ETA-04/0027 / 2009-05-20 UB 3565 / 4595 / 2006-10-29 UB 3588 / 4825 / 2005-11-15 WF 166402 / 2007-10-26 & suppl. as specified in the tables .Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIS-(R)N Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIS-(R)N Injection mortar system Benefits Hilti HIT-RE 500 330 ml foil pack (also available as 500 ml and 1400 ml foil pack) Statik mixer .No edge distance and spacing influence .Base material thickness. max.Installation temperature range +5°C to +40°C 450 10 / 2012 . Brunswick Assessment report (fire) warringtonfire No. Berlin Fire test report IBMB.Temperate range I (min. as specified in the table . as specified in the table .Screw strength class 8. Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to For details see Simplified design method .Correct setting (See setting instruction) .Concrete C 20/25.odourless epoxy HIS-(R)N sleeve Concrete Small edge distance and spacing Fire resistance Corrosion resistance European Technical Approval CE conformity Diamond drilled holes PROFIS Anchor design software Approvals / certificates Description European technical approval a) Authority / Laboratory DIBt.suitable for dry and water saturated concrete .

characteristic resistance.0 Shear VRk HIS-N [kN] 13. Mean ultimate resistance.8 Characteristic resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.8 24.0 59.0 39. An elevated base material temperature may lead to a reduction of the design bond resistance.4 123.2 41. Service temperature range Hilti HIT-RE 500 injection mortar may be applied in the temperature ranges given below.0 19.5 Shear VRu.0 111. Max long term base material temperature Long-term elevated base material temperatures are roughly constant over significant periods of time.4 18.6 Shear VRd HIS-N [kN] 10.0 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.cube = 25 N/mm².4 26. anchor HIS-N Anchor size M8 Data according ETA-04/0027.cube = 25 N/mm². as a result of diurnal cycling.1 26.3 70.0 38.0 62. design resistance. issue 2009-05-20 M10 M12 M16 M20 Tensile NRu. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations. 10 / 2012 451 .Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIS-(R)N Embedment depth and base material thickness for the basic loading data.m HIS-N [kN] 13.7 33.0 57.1 50.0 M20 109.m HIS-N [kN] 26. recommended loads.3 48.0 Data according ETA-04/0027.3 36.9 23.1 18. issue 2009-05-20 M10 M12 M16 M20 Tensile Nrec HIS-N [kN] 12.0 67.g.6 28.0 39.7 Recommended loads a): concrete C 20/25 – fck. anchor HIS-N Anchor size M8 Data according ETA-04/0027. e.8 27.4 Shear Vrec HIS-N [kN] 7.cube = 25 N/mm². anchor HIS-N Anchor size Tensile NRk HIS-N [kN] M8 25.4 13.3 70.4. issue 2009-05-20 M10 M12 M16 46.cube = 25 N/mm².0 55.2 a) With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1. issue 2009-05-20 M10 M12 M16 M20 Tensile NRd HIS-N [kN] 16. anchor HIS-N Anchor size M8 Data according ETA-04/0027.9 114.7 24. Anchor size Embedment depth [mm] Base material thickness [mm] M8 90 120 M10 110 150 M12 125 170 M16 170 230 M20 205 270 Mean ultimate resistance a): concrete C 20/25 – fck. Maximum long term Maximum short term Base material base material base material Temperature range temperature temperature temperature Temperature range I -40 °C to +40 °C +24 °C +40 °C Temperature range II -40 °C to +58 °C +35 °C +58 °C Temperature range III -40 °C to +70 °C +43 °C +70 ° C Max short term base material temperature Short-term elevated base material temperatures are those that occur over brief intervals.6 53.

1 256.6 Screw [mm²] 36.5 108.2 430 62.4362 Anchor dimensions Anchor size Internal sleeve HIS-(R)N Anchor embedment depth [mm] M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M8x90 M10x110 M12x125 M16x170 M20x205 90 110 125 170 205 Setting installation equipment Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 Rotary hammer TE 2 – TE 16 TE 40 – TE 70 Other tools compressed air gun or blow out pump. 1.8 HIS-RN Screw A4-70 [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] M8 490 800 700 700 410 640 350 450 M20 460 800 700 700 375 640 350 450 HIS-(R)N [mm²] 51.4571 HIS-RN a) related fastening screw: strength class 8. 1.6 58 84.8. 1.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIS-(R)N Materials Mechanical properties of HIS-(R)N Anchor size Nominal tensile strength f uk Yield strength fyk Stressed crosssection As Moment of resistance W Data according ETA-04/0027.3 840 109 1595 277 1543 541 Material quality Part Material C-steel 1. dispenser Additional a) DD EC-1.4401 and 1.0718. 1. 1.4404. A5 > 8% Ductile stainless steel 1. A5 > 8% Ductile steel galvanized ≥ 5µm b) related fastening screw: strength class 70.0 169.8 HIS-RN Screw A4-70 HIS-N Screw 8.4439.4578. issue 2009-05-20 M10 M12 M16 490 460 460 800 800 800 700 700 700 700 700 700 410 375 375 640 640 640 350 350 350 450 450 450 HIS-N Screw 8.4571.3 157 245 HIS-(R)N Screw [mm³] [mm³] 145 31. internally threaded sleeves a) HIS-N steel galvanized ≥ 5µm internally threaded sleeves b) stainless steel 1.1 237.4401. DD 100 … DD xxx Hilti recommended tools a) For anchors in diamond drilled holes load values for combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance have to be reduced (see section “Setting instruction”) 452 10 / 2012 . set of cleaning brushes.

Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIS-(R)N Setting instruction Dry and water-saturated concrete. hammer drilling a) a) Note: Manual cleaning for HIS-(R)N M8 and HIS-(R)N M10 only! Brush bore hole with required steel brush HIT-RB For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product. 10 / 2012 453 .

454 10 / 2012 . hammer drilling Brush bore hole with required steel brush HIT-RB For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIS-(R)N Water filled bore hole or submerged.

Hilti technical information only For anchors in diamond drilled holes load values for combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance have to be reduced. 10 / 2012 455 . Important! Remove all water from the borehole and blow out with oil free compressed air until borehole is completely dried before mortar injection (not applicable to hammer drilled hole in underwater application). diamond coring drilling.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIS-(R)N Dry and water-saturated concrete. Load reduction factor: 0.7 Brush bore hole with required steel brush HIT-RB For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product.

Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIS-(R)N Curing time for general conditions Temperature of the base material 40 °C 30 °C to 39 °C 20 °C to 29 °C 15 °C to 19 °C 10 °C to 14 °C 5 °C to 9 °C Data according ETA-04/0027.6 10 / 2012 .7 0.dry and adjusted tgel 4h 12 min 8h 12 min 12 h 20 min 18 h 30 min 24 h 90 min 36 h 120 min 50 h 3h 72 h 4h Load reduction factor 1 1 1 1 1 1 0. Curing time for dry concrete Temperature of the base material 40 °C 30 °C 20 °C 15 °C 10 °C 5 °C 0 °C -5 °C 456 Additional Hilti technical data Reduced curing time Working time in which before anchor can be anchor can be inserted fully loaded tcure. issue 2009-05-20 Working time in which anchor Curing time before anchor can be inserted and adjusted tgel can be fully loaded tcure 12 min 4h 12 min 8h 20 min 12 h 30 min 24 h 90 min 48 h 120 min 72 h For dry concrete curing times may be reduced according to the following table. For installation temperatures below +5 °C all load values have to be reduced according to the load reduction factors given below.

6 hef [mm] 90 110 125 170 205 hmin [mm] 120 150 170 230 270 df [mm] 9 12 14 18 22 hs [mm] 8-20 10-25 12-30 16-40 20-50 smin [mm] 40 45 55 65 90 cmin [mm] 40 45 55 65 90 80 150 2 ccr.26 hef Critical spacing for concrete cone failure Critical edge distance for concrete cone failure c) Torque moment c) M20 d0 1.3 2.N ccr.sp ccr.0 ⋅ hef Critical edge distance for splitting failure a) Data according ETA-04/0027. issue 2009-05-20 M10 M12 M16 for h / hef ≤ 1.0 > h / hef > 1.4 27.1.8 h for 2.5 20. a) h: base material thickness (h ≥ hmin) b) The critical edge distance for concrete cone failure depends on the embedment depth hef and the design bond resistance.sp scr. c) This is the maximum recommended torque moment to avoid splitting failure during installation for anchors with minimum spacing and/or edge distance.5 hef Tmax [Nm] 10 20 40 For spacing (edge distance) smaller than critical spacing (critical edge distance) the design loads have to be reduced.0 [mm] 4.5 25.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIS-(R)N Setting details Anchor size Nominal diameter of drill bit Diameter of element Effective anchorage and drill hole depth Minimum base material thickness Diameter of clearance hole in the fixture Thread engagement length.N 2 ccr.3 scr.sp for h / hef ≥ 2.6 hef .5 16. The simplified formula given in this table is on the save side.max Minimum spacing Minimum edge distance Critical spacing for splitting failure M8 [mm] 14 18 22 28 32 d [mm] 12.N 1. 10 / 2012 457 . min .

sp = N Rd.Concrete cone resistance: NRd.p ⋅ f1.N Basic design tensile resistance Design steel resistance NRd.9 Data according ETA-04/0027. issue 2009-05-20 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 Embedment depth 90 110 125 170 hef [mm] 19.N ⋅ f3.p ⋅ fB. 458 M20 205 95.p Temperature range III [kN] a) Additional Hilti technical data (not part of ETA-04/0027.N ⋅ f3.N ⋅ fh.c = N0Rd.N ⋅ f2.N ⋅ fre.sp ⋅ f3. Tension loading The design tensile resistance is the lower value of .N ⋅ f2.N ⋅ fh.0 45.Steel resistance: NRd.N ⋅ fre.0 28.0 35.N ⋅ fh.N . TR 029.sp ⋅ fh.p Temperature range II [kN] 9.sp ⋅ f2. To avoid this. issue 2009-05-20.5 14.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIS-(R)N Simplified design method Simplified version of the design method according ETAG 001. The calculated design loads are then on the save side: They will be lower than the exact values according ETAG 001.8 35.N Data according ETA-04/0027.s HIS-RN [kN] [kN] M8 16.7 N0Rd. issue 2009-05-20 M10 M12 M16 30.p Temperature range I [kN] 0 16.6 58.7 23.p ⋅ fre.p ⋅ fre.s Anchor size HIS-N NRd.7 66.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.Combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance: 0 NRd. Design resistance according data given in ETA-04/0027.p ⋅ f1. it is recommended to use the anchor design software PROFIS anchor) The design method is based on the following simplification: No different loads are acting on individual anchors (no eccentricity) The values are valid for one anchor.7 80.N ⋅ f2.N - Concrete splitting resistance (only non-cracked concrete): 0 NRd. TR 029.p ⋅ fB.1 69. (The method may also be applied for anchor groups with more than two anchors or more than one edge distance.9 31.3 21.2 for anchor 10 / 2012 .s .p = N Rd.2 Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance a) NRd.p = N0Rd. issue 2009-05-20): The design values for combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance may be increased by 20 % installation in dry concrete (concrete not in contact with water before/during installation and curing). For more complex fastening applications please use the anchor design software PROFIS Anchor.3 19. Influence of concrete strength Influence of edge distance Influence of spacing Valid for a group of two anchors.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.2 81. The influencing factors must then be considered for each edge distance and spacing.8 13.8 M20 74.7 N Rd.N ⋅ f3.7 44.6 45.2 81.0 N0Rd.

65 0.sp ⋅ f3.88 0.82 0.N ⋅ f2.2 0.c = N0Rd.7 0.70 0. These influencing factors must be considered for every edge distance smaller than the critical edge distance.1 a) f B.7 + 0.76 0.8 0.75 0. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.4 0.N ⋅ fh.55 0.95 1 f 3.60 0.cube = concrete compressive strength.c [kN] 20.6 53.70 0.N Design splitting resistance NRd.N = 0.5⋅(1 + s/scr.N c/ccr.N = 1 10 / 2012 459 .sp a) = N0Rd.1 s/scr.94 0.5 0.2 0.p = (f ck.3 0. Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 0.07 a) fck.48 1.6 a) Additional Hilti technical data (not part of ETA-04/0027.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.sp f 3.5⋅(1 + s/scr.55 0.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.sp) a) The anchor spacing shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin given in the table with the setting details.sp f 1.3 70.4 0.95 1 f 2.90 0.75 0.N Data according ETA-04/0027.N) 0.cube/25N/mm²)1/2 a) 1 1. issue 2009-05-20): The design values for concrete cone and splitting resistance may be increased by 20 % for anchor installation in dry concrete (concrete not in contact with water before/during installation and curing). This influencing factor must be considered for every anchor spacing. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.55 Influence of edge distance a) c/ccr.cube/25N/mm²) 1 1.6 0.5 0.sp = 0.41 a) fck.N ⋅ fre. issue 2009-05-20 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 0 N Rd.97 1 0.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.73 0.7 0.3 0. Influence of embedment depth on concrete cone resistance fh.04 1.sp f 2.1 1.sp ⋅ f2.N) 0.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.85 0.80 0.N 0.9 1 0.sp = 0.1 0.80 0.02 1.N f 1.60 0.6 0.79 0.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIS-(R)N Design concrete cone resistance a) NRd.sp ⋅ f h.p = 1 Influence of concrete strength on concrete cone resistance Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 fB = (f ck.22 1.65 0.90 0.08 1.7 33.8 0.85 0.91 0.N = 0.3⋅c/ccr.cube = concrete compressive strength.sp = 0.N = 0.85 0.N ⋅ f3.3⋅c/ccr. Influence of anchor spacing a) s/scr.sp) a) The the edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin given in the table with the setting details.06 1.09 Influence of embedment depth on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance fh.7 + 0.34 1.N ⋅ fre.5 27.9 1 0.

s Anchor size HIS-N VRd.8 19.p and k ⋅ NRd.N = 0.4 26.3 M20 36.4 8.5 Design concrete pryout resistance VRd.1 1.55 10 / 2012 .cp = lower valuea) of k ⋅ NRd.cube/25N/mm²)1/2 a) 1 1.cube = concrete compressive strength.c Anchor size Non-cracked concrete 0 V Rd.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIS-(R)N Influence of reinforcement hef [mm] 80 90 ≥ 100 a) 0.c = V0Rd. If in the area of anchorage there is reinforcement with a spacing ≥ 150 mm (any diameter) or with a diameter ≤ 10 mm and a spacing ≥ 100 mm.34 1.6 28.3 12. then a factor f re = 1 may be applied.9 f re.2 Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 fB = (f ck.p: Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance NRd.2 35.c [kN] = V0Rd.2 40.4 19.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 12.c VRd.p and NRd.7 41.2 46.Concrete edge resistance: VRd.48 1.0 39. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length 460 C 45/55 C 50/60 1. issue 2009-05-20 M10 M12 M16 18.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Basic design shear resistance Design steel resistance VRd.22 1.5 + hef/200mm ≤ 1 a) This factor applies only for dense reinforcement.Steel resistance: - Concrete pryout resistance: .c: Design concrete cone resistance Design concrete edge resistance VRd.3 Data according ETA-04/0027.95 1 0.s HIS-RN [kN] [kN] M8 10.c k = 1 for hef < 60 mm k = 2 for hef ≥ 60 mm a) NRd.s VRd. a) Shear loading The design shear resistance is the lower value of .41 a) fck.cp = k ⋅ lower value of NRd.

47 7.45 Influence of edge distance a) c/d 4 0.17 2.00 0.00 1.75 5.84 1.97 2.29 6.22 1.81 7.26 10.31 8.2 1.75 7.38 1.32 2.02 7.67 9.67 9.57 2.73 8.00 6.00 1.55 4.76 4.83 6.66 8.65 1.50 5.97 10.73 7.26 3.20 5.3 0.64 1.94 9.20 4.35 0.71 6.25 3.98 2.38 3.57 5.40 1.74 3.33 7.35 ≥ 1.50 4.83 2.42 7.40 1.25 4.25 6.75 0.98 5.33 5.25 0.86 4.50 8.49 2.63 0.89 7.77 2.45 9.95 3.88 1.5  Influence of base material thickness h/c {h/(1.00 5.65 1.15 6.00 1.65 0.75 0.84 0.26 1.50 8.56 4.40 1.90 4.31 8. 10 / 2012 20 30 40 0.60 fc = (d / c) a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin.43 0.25 4.60 4.76 3.04 7.35 0.67 0.35 0.38 3. Group of two anchors s/hef 4.54 0.06 2.56 2.77 0.50 0.00 1.75 2.38 9.79 9.92 The anchor spacing and the edge distance the minimum edge distance cmin.15 0.95 2.84 1.68 5.15 5.84 1.15 4.22 8.63 7.00 1.04 5.78 7.00 2.83 1.99 9.40 1.25 2.50 461 .57 5.25 7.20 5.40 1.71 0.06 6.50 2.00 4.90 8.55 10.32 2.45 0.51 3.68 2.65 0.53 1.83 2.12 4.65 0.70 6.78 7.22 7.71 0.18 5.02 10.00 1.25 6.95 3.45 12.35 0.35 0.41 5.05 6.05 1.77 1.55 6.20 2.17 8.81 6.38 3.27 7.5 c/hef 0.75 4.75 5.84 0.75 6.35 0.84 1.91 5.87 4.32 2.49 8.56 3.50 4.32 0.00 3.03 6.65 0.99 8.54 6.37 2.87 6.32 1.35 0.00 1.01 1.84 1.55 0.65 0.82 1.52 0.47 2.38 1.16 7.10 10.36 7.76 4.72 5.31 6.52 3.84 1.56 3.16 7.40 1.69 7.08 6.35 4.25 5.98 1.87 7.21 1.32 2.83 8.44 6.19 3.25 2.84 1.08 7.99 6.02 8.40 1.38 3.59 6.35 5.96 7.09 9.68 4.65 0.38 3.50 3.21 4.88 2.30 5.95 3.00 1.83 2.00 3.94 4.75 1.32 1.25 6.86 5.00 4.75 7.17 9.25 3.32 2.35 0.65 1.95 3.18 6.50 11.77 0.12 2.00 3.99 12.16 3.38 1.65 0.44 7.40 1.83 2.35 0.22 1.25 1.03 3.30 3.61 3.30 6.95 3.40 0.9 1.90 3.73 3.86 5.65 0.32 2.5 0.55 7.32 2.5 ⋅ (1 + s / [3 ⋅ c]) ⋅ 0.54 11.27 6.19 6 8 10 15 0.95 1.75 1.56 4.32 2.32 5.49 1.35 0.64 4.35 0.50 6.65 2.00 1 (cos αV )2 +  sin αV  2  2.75 3.96 5.50 5.26 7.36 6.45 0.85 shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin and Influence of embedment depth Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 f hef = 1.21 8.38 3.35 0.00 5.22 9.93 6.11 4.00 7.07 1.11 3.63 0.75 10.50 2.63 5.85 6.40 1.75 5.45 5.08 5.95 3.46 3.55 5.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIS-(R)N Influence of angle between load applied and the direction perpendicular to the free edge Angle ß fβ = 0° 10° 20° 30° 40° 50° 60° 70° 80° ≥ 90° 1 1.74 10.39 8.55 3.24 1.83 2.69 2.40 1.84 1.27 0.50 9.83 4.35 0.84 1.5 ⋅ c)} fh = 1/2 ≤1 Influence of anchor spacing and edge distance a) for concrete edge resistance: f4 f4 = (c/hef)1.12 1.25 3.59 1.32 2.50 0.90 6.15 2.62 7.15 3.33 4.35 0.14 5.36 4.00 9.61 5.63 6.6 0.00 1.50 1.72 8.56 4.65 0.38 3.65 0.81 3.35 0.55 5.59 8.38 5.50 7.81 3.40 1.20 5.00 6.41 5.65 0.63 3.38 3.26 5.36 3.73 4.83 2.75 6.98 4.75 0.51 4.50 a) Single anchor 0.13 1.90 5.84 8.00 1.57 0.65 0.89 0.96 4.43 6.45 8.88 9.74 7.18 5.00 1.28 4.83 2.84 1.32 2.84 2.83 2.00 1.00 1.05 1.95 8.44 2.25 9.40 1.56 4.04 1.86 3.94 2.65 0.25 8.11 8.

6 HIS-RN [kN] 13.2 Shear VRd: single anchor.3 69.3 41.9 31.2 5. no edge effects.8 19.3 12. Temperature range I (load values are valid for single anchor) Data according ETA-04/0027.7 HIS-RN [kN] 8. issue 2009-05-20 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 Embedment depth hef = [mm] 90 110 125 170 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 120 150 170 230 Tensile NRd: single anchor. spacing (s = smin) HIS-(R)N [kN] 11.0 17.7 HIS-RN [kN] 8.2 35.8 19.6 10. spacing (s = smin) .5 M20 205 270 90 32.6 53.3 36. no edge effects.3 70. min.4 12.7 33.0 39. min.2 M20 205 270 90 38.cube = 25 N/mm².8 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.cube = 25 N/mm². without lever arm HIS-N [kN] 10.4 26.4.5 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck. min. edge distance (c = cmin) HIS-(R)N [kN] 9.5 7.3 12.3 41.4 23. issue 2009-05-20 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 Embedment depth hef = [mm] 90 110 125 170 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 120 150 170 230 Edge distance c = cmin= [mm] 40 45 55 65 Tensile NRd: single anchor. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.0 39.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with HIS-(R)N Combined tension and shear loading For combined tension and shear loading see section “Anchor Design”. min. no edge effects. issue 2009-05-20 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 Embedment depth hef = [mm] 90 110 125 170 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 120 150 170 230 Spacing s = smin= [mm] 40 45 55 65 Tensile NRd: double anchor.8 Shear VRd: double anchor.3 36.8 27.2 15. Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.5 29.6 53.4 26. without lever arm 462 HIS-N [kN] 10.cube = 25 N/mm². Temperature range I Data according ETA-04/0027.2 18. edge distance (c = cmin) .2 35.4 18.4 15.4 18.9 21.0 Shear VRd: single anchor. Precalculated values Recommended loads can be calculated by dividing the design resistance by an overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1. Temperature range I Data according ETA-04/0027. no edge effects M20 205 270 HIS-N [kN] 16. without lever arm HIS-(R)N [kN] 4.5 10 / 2012 .

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embedment depth range: from 60 … 160 mm for Ø8 to 128 … 640 mm for Ø32 PROFIS Anchor design software Approvals / certificates Description European technical approval a) Authority / Laboratory DIBt.No edge distance and spacing influence .high loading capacity .Concrete C 20/25.Installation temperature range +5°C to +40°C 464 10 / 2012 .One typical embedment depth. Berlin No. Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to For details see Simplified design method . / date of issue ETA-04/0027 / 2009-05-20 a) All data given in this section according ETA-04/0027. as specified in the table . base material temperature -40°C.suitable for non-cracked concrete C 20/25 to C 50/60 . long ter m/short term base material temperature: +24°C/40°C) .large diameter applications .cube = 25 N/mm² .Hilti HIT-RE 500 with rebar in hammer drilled holes Hilti HIT-RE 500 with rebar in hammer drilled holes Injection mortar system Benefits Hilti HIT-RE 500 330 ml foil pack (also available as 500 ml and 1400 ml foil pack) Statik mixer rebar BSt 500 S Concrete Small edge distance and spacing Variable embedment depth European Technical Approval CE conformity . fck.Base material thickness. as specified in the tables .suitable for dry and water saturated concrete .One anchor material. issue 2009-05-20.Temperate range I (min. as specified in the table .Correct setting (See setting instruction) .long working time at elevated temperatures .odourless epoxy . max.under water application .Steel failure .

anchor rebar BSt 500 S Data according ETA-04/0027.7 224.6 a) With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1. issue 2009-05-20 Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 Additional Hilti tech.9 403.9 153. design resistance. data Ø36 Ø40 330 360 420 470 values can be Mean ultimate resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck. Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 125 125 170 165 165 220 setting details.8 24.0 86.3 80.7 125.4 Recommended loads a): concrete C 20/25 – fck.7 33. data Ø36 Ø40 Tensile NRd BSt 500 S [kN] 14.2 164. issue 2009-05-20 Anchor size Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 Additional Hilti tech. recommended loads.3 Shear VRd BSt 500 S [kN] 9.4.2 133.8 20.3 70.1 52.5 105.9 Shear VRk BSt 500 S [kN] 14.3 76.0 279. 10 / 2012 465 .3 73. issue 2009-05-20 Anchor size Additional Hilti tech.6 459. anchor rebar BSt 500 S Data according ETA-04/0027.2 106.6 111.9 Characteristic resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.9 345. Mean ultimate resistance. data Ø36 Ø40 Ø10 45.3 94.0 38.2 41.9 298.5 232.1 293. The Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 210 270 300 275 340 380 corresponding load Additional Hilti tech.4 302.6 70. issue 2009-05-20 Anchor size Tensile NRu.7 20.cube = 25 N/mm². characteristic resistance.8 177.0 117.5 14.0 135.7 349.4 19.0 22.3 Tensile Nrec BSt 500 S [kN] 10.0 144.7 10.0 169.7 28.2 204.m BSt 500 S [kN] Ø8 29.4 58.8 90.0 42.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with rebar in hammer drilled holes Embedment depth a) and base material thickness for the basic loading data. issue 2009-05-20 Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Typical embedment depth [mm] 80 90 110 Base material thickness [mm] 110 120 145 a) The allowed range of embedment depth is shown in the calculated according to the simplified design method.9 23.0 31.cube = 25 N/mm². The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.9 362.6 230.3 14.0 64.3 186. data Ø36 Ø40 Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Tensile NRk BSt 500 S [kN] 28. anchor rebar BSt 500S Data according ETA-04/0027.0 26.0 221.2 27.m BSt 500 S [kN] 14.7 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 Additional Hilti tech.2 Shear Vrec BSt 500 S [kN] 6.7 147.6 33.3 103.7 57.3 90. Data according ETA-04/0027.1 Ø14 89.0 112.2 Ø12 65.7 344.4 Shear VRu.6 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.0 42.4 20.6 44.3 164. data Ø36 Ø40 Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 89.1 57.0 36.3 14.1 32.0 55.1 149. anchor rebar BSt 500 S Data according ETA-04/0027.0 24.6 53.cube = 25 N/mm².3 141.0 262.cube = 25 N/mm².

2 1018 1257 [mm³] 50.2 490.9 615.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with rebar in hammer drilled holes Service temperature range Hilti HIT-RE 500 injection mortar may be applied in the temperature ranges given below. data Ø36 Ø40 [N/mm²] 550 550 550 550 550 550 550 550 550 550 550 [N/mm²] 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 [mm²] 50. An elevated base material temperature may lead to a reduction of the design bond resistance.5 113.3 78.9 201.6 269.1 314. Maximum long term base material temperature +24 °C +35 °C +43 °C Base material temperature Temperature range Temperature range I Temperature range II Temperature range III -40 °C to +40 °C -40 °C to +58 °C -40 °C to +70 °C Maximum short term base material temperature +40 °C +58 °C +70 ° C Max short term base material temperature Short-term elevated base material temperatures are those that occur over brief intervals. issue 2009-05-20 Anchor size Nominal tensile BSt 500 S strength f uk Yield BSt 500 S strength fyk Stressed crossBSt 500 S section As Moment of resistance BSt 500 S W Material quality Part rebar BSt 500 S Material Geometry and mechanical properties according to DIN 488-2:1986 or E DIN 488-2:2006 Setting installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer Other tools 466 Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 Ø36 TE 2 – TE 16 TE 40 – TE 70 compressed air gun or blow out pump. e.g. Max long term base material temperature Long-term elevated base material temperatures are roughly constant over significant periods of time.8 804.1 785. Materials Mechanical properties of rebar BSt 500S Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 Additional Hilti tech. as a result of diurnal cycling.3 98.2 169.4 1534 2155 3217 4580 6283 Data according ETA-04/0027. dispenser 10 / 2012 .1 153. set of cleaning brushes.4 402.

Hilti HIT-RE 500 with rebar in hammer drilled holes Setting instruction Dry and water-saturated concrete. hammer drilling a) a) Note: Manual cleaning only for hef ≤ 250 mm and anchor size d ≤ 16mm Brush bore hole with required steel brush HIT-RB For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product. 10 / 2012 467 .

468 10 / 2012 . hammer drilling Brush bore hole with required steel brush HIT-RB For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with rebar in hammer drilled holes Water filled bore hole or submerged.

Do not apply design load. issue 2009-05-20 Temperature of the base material 40 °C 30 °C to 39 °C 20 °C to 29 °C 15 °C to 19 °C 10 °C to 14 °C 5 °C to 9 °C Working time in which anchor can be inserted and adjusted tgel 12 min 12 min 20 min 30 min 90 min 120 min Curing time before anchor can be fully loaded tcure 4h 8h 12 h 24 h 48 h 72 h Additional Hilti technical data Preparation work may continue.dry and adjusted tgel 4h 12 min 8h 12 min 12 h 20 min 18 h 30 min 24 h 90 min 36 h 120 min 50 h 3h 72 h 4h Load reduction factor 1 1 1 1 1 1 0. tcure. Curing time for dry concrete Temperature of the base material 40 °C 30 °C 20 °C 15 °C 10 °C 5 °C 0 °C -5 °C 10 / 2012 Additional Hilti technical data Reduced curing time Working time in which before anchor can be anchor can be inserted fully loaded tcure.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with rebar in hammer drilled holes Curing time for general conditions Data according ETA-04/0027.6 469 .7 0. For installation temperatures below +5 °C all load values have to be reduced according to the load reduction factors given below. ini 2h 4h 6h 8h 12 h 18 h For dry concrete curing times may be reduced according to the following table.

max (hef: embedment depth) b) h: base material thickness (h ≥ hmin) c) The critical edge distance for concrete cone failure depends on the embedment depth hef and the design bond resistance.sp ccr.8 h for 2.5 hef For spacing (edge distance) smaller than critical spacing (critical edge distance) the design loads have to be reduced.min [mm] 60 60 70 75 80 90 100 112 128 144 160 hef.26 hef Critical spacing for concrete cone failure Critical edge distance for concrete cone failure c) hef + 2 d0 [mm] 1.sp scr. Influence of concrete strength Influence of edge distance Influence of spacing 470 10 / 2012 . TR 029.3 scr.0 > h / hef > 1. Simplified design method Simplified version of the design method according ETAG 001. Design resistance according data given in ETA-04/0027.max [mm] 160 200 240 280 320 400 500 560 640 720 800 smin hef + 30 mm ≥ 100 mm [mm] 40 50 60 70 80 100 125 140 160 180 200 cmin [mm] 40 60 70 80 100 125 140 160 180 200 hmin 50 2 ccr.sp for h / hef ≥ 2.min ≤ hef ≤ hef. data Ø36 Ø40 for h / hef ≤ 1. The simplified formula given in this table is on the save side.0 ⋅ hef Critical edge distance for splitting failure b) Additional Hilti tech.1.0 [mm] 4.N 1.N 2 ccr.6 hef .N ccr. a) hef. issue 2009-05-20.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with rebar in hammer drilled holes Setting details Data according ETA-04/0027. issue 2009-05-20 Anchor size Nominal diameter of drill bit Effective anchorage and drill hole depth a) range Minimum base material thickness Minimum spacing Minimum edge distance Critical spacing for splitting failure Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 d0 [mm] 12 14 16 18 20 25 32 35 40 45 55 hef.3 2.

1 147.2 102.p ⋅ f1.p ⋅ fre.p ⋅ fre.6 36.N ⋅ f3. For more complex fastening applications please use the anchor design software PROFIS Anchor.N ⋅ f2. 10 / 2012 360 216.7 9.3 20.9 103.N ⋅ f2.N ⋅ fre.2 6.9 242.1 67.9 33.8 18.Steel resistance: NRd.3 Ø14 60. data Ø36 Ø40 Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 Typical embedment depth 80 90 110 125 125 170 210 270 300 330 hef.7 Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance a) NRd.2 23. The influencing factors must then be considered for each edge distance and spacing.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.4 113.9 86.8 0 N Rd.c = N0Rd.N ⋅ f3. (The method may also be applied for anchor groups with more than two anchors or more than one edge distance.1 172.p Temperature range III [kN] a) Additional Hilti technical data (not part of ETA-04/0027.sp ⋅ fh.s Additional Hilti tech. The calculated design loads are then on the save side: They will be lower than the exact values according ETAG 001.N - Concrete splitting resistance (only non-cracked concrete): 0 NRd.N Data according ETA-04/0027.1 315.p ⋅ fB.5 16.N ⋅ fre.7 192. issue 2009-05-20 Anchor size NRd. Tension loading The design tensile resistance is the lower value of .5 N0Rd.7 Ø12 44. TR 029. data Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 Ø36 Ø40 79.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with rebar in hammer drilled holes Valid for a group of two anchors.9 56.Concrete cone resistance: NRd.4 32.0 186.6 192.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.1 143.p Temperature range II [kN] 11.p ⋅ f1.N ⋅ fh.2 29.N Basic design tensile resistance Design steel resistance NRd.4 20.7 anchor 471 .9 71.N ⋅ fh. issue 2009-05-20): The design values for combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance may be increased by 20 % for installation in dry concrete (concrete not in contact with water before/during installation and curing).7 31.p ⋅ fB.N ⋅ f3.0 Ø10 30.7 41.N ⋅ fh.s .sp ⋅ f3.2 92.4 13.Combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance: 0 NRd.N ⋅ f2.7 400 494 Data according ETA-04/0027.sp ⋅ f2. issue 2009-05-20 Additional Hilti tech.0 86.p = N Rd. it is recommended to use the anchor design software PROFIS anchor) The design method is based on the following simplification: No different loads are acting on individual anchors (no eccentricity) The values are valid for one anchor.sp = N Rd.6 154.p Temperature range I [kN] 14.3 123.typ [mm] 0 N Rd.s BSt 500 S [kN] Ø8 20.N .p = N0Rd.1 51. To avoid this.

48 1.5 0.02 1.c [kN] 17.typ Influence of concrete strength on concrete cone resistance Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 1/2 a) fB = (f ck.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.79 0.3⋅c/ccr.sp = 0.73 0.95 1 f 3.N Additional Hilti tech.65 0.76 0.N f 1.N ⋅ f2.cube/25N/mm²)0.cube = concrete compressive strength. 472 10 / 2012 .6 0.88 0.7 + 0.sp ⋅ f2.09 Influence of embedment depth on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance fh.8 0.07 a) fck.2 0.80 0.22 1.94 0. These influencing factors must be considered for every edge distance smaller than the critical edge distance.N = 0.7 33.0 144.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with rebar in hammer drilled holes Design concrete cone resistance a) NRd. issue 2009-05-20): The design values for concrete cone and splitting resistance may be increased by 20 % for anchor installation in dry concrete (concrete not in contact with water before/during installation and curing).3 a) Additional Hilti technical data (not part of ETA-04/0027.5 0.3 0.5 27.7 0.N c/ccr.91 0.sp ⋅ f3.c = N0Rd.sp ⋅ f h.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1. Influence of anchor spacing a) s/scr.6 0.N ⋅ fre.04 1. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.sp f 3.cube = concrete compressive strength.4 0.95 1 f 2.41 a) fck.sp) a) The the edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin given in the table with the setting details.3⋅c/ccr.N ⋅ fre.2 164.6 53.2 20.65 0.sp f 1.N) 0.N ⋅ fh.sp a) = N0Rd.p = (f ck.70 0. issue 2009-05-20 Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 f B.sp = 0.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.sp = 0.1 0.55 Influence of edge distance a) c/ccr.75 0.4 0.90 0. data Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 Ø36 Ø40 N0Rd. This influencing factor must be considered for every anchor spacing.60 0.8 0.85 0.7 0.N ⋅ f3.N = 0.sp) a) The anchor spacing shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin given in the table with the setting details.7 125.55 0.60 0.55 0.5⋅(1 + s/scr.7 + 0.80 0.cube/25N/mm²) 1 1.2 106.5⋅(1 + s/scr.1 s/scr.90 0.1 1.9 1 0.70 0.97 1 0.3 0.08 1.9 1 0.N Design splitting resistance NRd.N 0.82 0.6 33.1 a) 1 1.p = hef/hef.85 0.sp f 2.85 0.06 1.N = 0. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.N) 0.75 0. Data according ETA-04/0027.2 0.34 1.3 73.

5 + hef/200mm ≤ 1 a) This factor applies only for dense reinforcement.75 0.7 27.5 Influence of reinforcement hef [mm] 40 50 a) 60 a) 70 a) 80 a) 90 a) ≥ 100 a) 0.Steel resistance: - Concrete pryout resistance: .6 15.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Basic design shear resistance Design steel resistance VRd.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with rebar in hammer drilled holes Influence of embedment depth on concrete cone resistance fh.p: Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance NRd.0 36. If in the area of anchorage there is reinforcement with a spacing ≥ 150 mm (any diameter) or with a diameter ≤ 10 mm and a spacing ≥ 100 mm.7 57.s Anchor size VRd.3 14.c = V0Rd.6 230.0 71.85 0.3 59.7 20.9 8.9 0.5 473 . issue 2009-05-20 technical data Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 Ø36 Ø40 9.6 11.7 0.c: Design concrete cone resistance Design concrete edge resistance VRd.cp = lower valuea) of k ⋅ NRd.N = (hef/hef.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 Ø36 Ø40 5.3 90.p and k ⋅ NRd.c VRd.8 0.cp = k ⋅ lower value of NRd.0 39.c 10 / 2012 [kN] = V0Rd.2 47.Concrete edge resistance: VRd.p and NRd.0 18.s BSt 500 S [kN] Additional Hilti Data according ETA-04/0027.N = 0.4 Design concrete pryout resistance VRd. then a factor f re = 1 may be applied.7 85.3 186.s VRd.95 1 f re.7 147.7 28.typ)1.c Anchor size Non-cracked concrete 0 V Rd.0 112.c a) k = 1 for hef < 60 mm k = 2 for hef ≥ 60 mm NRd. Shear loading The design shear resistance is the lower value of .

40 1.98 4.89 7.75 2.35 0.11 4.20 5.94 2.26 1.65 0.88 9.22 5.71 6.00 1.00 9.25 5.2 1.17 9.35 0.84 1.95 3.87 7.35 0.01 1.83 2.09 9.45 7.26 3.20 2.56 5.45 0.96 5.00 1.25 0.38 5.56 2.63 0.75 6.94 4.32 2.84 0.32 2.35 0.68 3.40 1.60 4.75 4.95 2.91 5.50 3.65 0.33 7.63 7.40 1.5 Single anchor 0.83 2.56 4.34 1.31 4.32 2.25 6.65 0.32 1.43 6.50 5.76 3.22 1.00 5.38 1.27 6.32 1.00 1.22 7.50 6.35 0.90 3.50 8.70 6.26 edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing 10.35 0.84 5.56 3.55 4.03 3.77 2.35 0.81 6.98 1.95 4.86 5.38 2.59 1.98 5.41 a) fck.71 0.00 1.83 2.75 10.50 5.00 1.75 5.83 3.72 6.38 3.64 4.33 4.00 8.5 ⋅ (1 + s / [3 ⋅ c]) ⋅ 0.93 6.59 8.86 6.59 5. c/hef 474 Group of two anchors s/hef 2.55 5.35 5.78 4.32 2.15 3.35 0.37 2.25 9.25 4.00 1.84 1.26 7.55 6.53 1.84 1.36 7.32 2.cube/25N/mm²)1/2 a) 1 1.22 6.86 3.28 4.38 3.38 3.17 2.12 1.90 8.83 2.35 0.51 4.00 4.35 4.61 5.27 0.88 2.00 2.18 6.3 0.07 1.95 8.00 3.00 11.74 7.38 3.44 2.55 7.5  Influence of base material thickness h/c fh = {h/(1.35 ≥ 1.5 ⋅ c)} 1/2 ≤1 Influence of anchor spacing and edge distance a) for concrete edge resistance: f4 f4 = (c/hef)1.57 5.38 3.50 0.65 0.10 6.31 10.73 4.75 4.40 0.81 7.83 8.75 8.15 2. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.66 8.33 5.15 5.42 7.25 2.05 1.73 8.00 6.38 1.38 9.97 10.73 3.00 1.50 0.35 0.55 0.50 1.65 0.75 7.40 1.00 1.57 5.5 0.96 7.50 11.90 4.02 7.54 6.99 8.24 1.20 3.08 5.63 5.90 6.50 6.65 0.74 7.32 2.75 0.82 1.84 1.11 3.81 3.69 7.55 7.45 9.95 3.00 1.02 10.9 1.99 7.6 0.94 9.41 5.95 2.15 4.00 1.02 8.76 4.49 2.40 1.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with rebar in hammer drilled holes Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 fB = (f ck.40 1.38 3.45 8.35 0.75 7.29 6.12 2.83 1.30 6.cube = concrete compressive strength.25 8.08 7.15 5.88 1.35 0.75 0.65 1.75 1.32 2.98 2.83 2.83 2.35 0.62 7.25 6.00 0.13 1.46 3.04 5.54 6.25 3.69 3.25 3.65 0.84 1.12 4.00 1.26 9.63 0.65 0.65 0.40 1.99 6.55 3.19 3.08 6.45 0.96 3.18 5.17 8.50 7.51 3.25 8.65 0.55 Influence of angle between load applied and the direction perpendicular to the free edge Angle ß fβ = 0° 10° 20° 30° 40° 50° 60° 70° 80° ≥ 90° 1 1.21 4.00 7.25 5.00 6.16 3.32 3.06 2.49 8.00 1 (cos αV )2 +  sin αV  2  2.25 3.40 1.41 5.18 5.56 4.87 6.57 2.99 9.50 8.47 7.64 1.77 2.45 5.32 2.16 7.40 1.25 1.44 4.85 6.85 smin and the 10 / 2012 .00 1.30 4.72 5.83 4.00 5.39 8.21 8.36 4.50 9.75 0.79 9.92 8.95 3.50 9.81 3.27 7.25 12.32 2.77 0.50 0.35 0.32 1.61 3.20 5.68 1.00 1.49 2.84 1.67 5.83 2.04 a) The anchor spacing and the minimum edge distance cmin.54 1.75 1.75 7.48 1.56 4.65 0.40 1.84 2.84 1.06 4.74 3.30 2.56 3.95 1.68 4.84 1.15 0.86 3.31 8.65 0.63 2.05 6.65 0.05 1.36 3.1 1.65 2.14 5.22 1.40 1.90 4.20 5.16 7.89 0.83 6.43 0.52 3.00 3.84 1.67 9.25 5.75 7.65 1.50 4.03 6.47 2.40 1.95 3.76 4.11 8.38 3.35 0.32 0.97 2.36 6.73 5.63 6.44 6.84 1.78 10.50 12.84 0.87 4.55 10.

50 Influence of edge distance a) c/d 4 6 8 0.31 1.63 0.04 7.05 ⋅ (hef / d) 1.57 0.60 fc = (d / c) a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin.67 0.72 4.25 3.73 5. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.39 2.68 0.51 0.5 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 0.4.01 1.71 0.81 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 3.67 20 30 40 0.27 5.75 1.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with rebar in hammer drilled holes Influence of embedment depth hef/d f hef = 0.00 2.42 7.68 hef/d f hef = 4 4. 10 / 2012 475 .21 4. Combined tension and shear loading For combined tension and shear loading see section “Anchor Design”.77 0.84 6.52 0. Precalculated values Recommended loads can be calculated by dividing the design resistance by an overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.05 ⋅ (hef / d) 1.19 10 15 0.64 2.65 0.

6 159. issue 2009-05-20 Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Embedment depth hef.1 Shear VRd: single anchor.7 7.7 28. min.7 22.9 11.0 76.4 136.0 112.5 22.6 230. no edge effects BSt 500 S [kN] 10.9 27. min.6 31.1 = [mm] 60 60 72 84 96 120 150 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 100 100 104 120 136 170 214 Spacing s = smin= [mm] 40 50 60 70 80 100 125 Tensile NRd: double anchor. no edge effects. Temperature range I (load values are valid for single anchor) Data according ETA-04/0027.5 34.1 Shear VRd: double anchor.6 19.9 Data according ETA-04/0027.7 56.9 6.cube = 25 N/mm².5 38.2 13.4 Data according ETA-04/0027.0 36.2 14.2 50.9 10 / 2012 . spacing (s = smin) BSt 500 S [kN] 6.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with rebar in hammer drilled holes Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.3 14.6 44. no edge effects.3 8. Temperature range I Ø20 120 170 100 Ø25 150 214 125 Ø28 168 238 140 Ø32 192 272 160 Additional Hilti tech.3 25.0 26. min.8 15.cube = 25 N/mm².3 89. without lever arm BSt 500 S 476 [kN] 9. data Ø36 Ø40 216 240 306 350 180 200 18.1 52.7 57.6 54.1 = [mm] 60 60 72 84 96 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 100 100 104 120 136 Edge distance c = cmin= [mm] 40 50 60 70 80 Tensile NRd: single anchor.3 14.5 4.3 90.6 10. edge distance (c = cmin) .8 13.3 37. issue 2009-05-20 Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Embedment depth hef.0 44.7 114. issue 2009-05-20 Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Embedment depth hef.0 36.6 42.8 11. without lever arm BSt 500 S [kN] 3.4 64.5 7.7 20.4 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck. min.4 Ø28 168 238 140 Ø32 192 272 160 Additional Hilti tech. data Ø36 Ø40 84 120 96 136 120 170 150 214 168 238 192 272 216 306 240 350 18. edge distance (c = cmin) BSt 500 S [kN] 6.7 20.2 52. no edge effects.7 147.0 93. Temperature range I Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 Additional Hilti tech.1 = [mm] 60 60 72 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 100 100 104 Tensile NRd: single anchor.7 8.7 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck. spacing (s = smin) .7 Shear VRd: single anchor.cube = 25 N/mm².0 8.3 186. without lever arm BSt 500 S [kN] 9.6 30.6 10.5 79. data Ø36 Ø40 216 240 306 350 180 200 31.7 28.5 45.

Temperature range I Ø20 170 220 100 Ø25 210 274 125 Ø28 270 340 140 Ø32 300 380 160 Additional Hilti tech. edge distance (c = cmin) . data Ø36 Ø40 330 360 420 470 180 200 59. without lever arm BSt 500 S 10 / 2012 [kN] 9.0 144.3 16.7 20. no edge effects.3 90.3 90.cube = 25 N/mm².3 Shear VRd: double anchor.0 112.7 57.8 80.3 47.0 112.1 36. issue 2009-05-20 Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Embedment depth hef. edge distance (c = cmin) BSt 500 S [kN] 7. without lever arm BSt 500 S [kN] 3. min.4 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.7 Ø28 270 340 Ø32 300 380 Additional Hilti tech.7 147.5 17.6 53.typ = [mm] 80 90 110 125 125 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 110 120 142 161 165 Edge distance c = cmin= [mm] 40 50 60 70 80 Tensile NRd: single anchor.5 69.2 25.7 125. no edge effects.1 41. spacing (s = smin) BSt 500 S [kN] 8.6 15.0 36. without lever arm BSt 500 S [kN] 9. issue 2009-05-20 Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Embedment depth hef.3 9.0 36. data Ø36 Ø40 330 360 420 470 180 200 26.2 27.2 17. no edge effects.3 39.6 230.3 14.9 Ø28 270 340 140 Ø32 300 380 160 Additional Hilti tech. spacing (s = smin) .Hilti HIT-RE 500 with rebar in hammer drilled holes Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.5 18.3 186. min.7 57. issue 2009-05-20 Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Embedment depth hef.3 7.6 33. data Ø36 Ø40 330 360 420 470 Ø14 125 161 Ø16 125 165 Ø20 170 220 Ø25 210 274 33.0 31.cube = 25 N/mm².3 186.4 20.2 30. Temperature range I (load values are valid for single anchor) Data according ETA-04/0027.7 5.9 11.cube = 25 N/mm².1 50. min.3 14.8 10.7 20.4 59.0 Shear VRd: single anchor.5 11.0 13.8 Data according ETA-04/0027.8 56.9 19. min.7 28. no edge effects BSt 500 S [kN] 14.7 28.7 147.2 164.3 Shear VRd: single anchor.4 477 .6 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.4 92.typ = [mm] 80 90 110 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 110 120 142 Tensile NRd: single anchor.1 79.3 73.2 106. Temperature range I Data according ETA-04/0027.5 69.typ = [mm] 80 90 110 125 125 170 210 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 110 120 142 161 165 220 274 Spacing s = smin= [mm] 40 50 60 70 80 100 125 Tensile NRd: double anchor.6 230.

0 36.2 12.6 230. edge distance (c = cmin) BSt 500 S [kN] 9.9 96.3 64. min.9 27.9 38. no edge effects.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with rebar in hammer drilled holes Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.6 52.4 10 / 2012 . min.6 113.0 112.3 186.1 18. no edge effects BSt 500 S [kN] 17.8 10.2 Shear VRd: double anchor. without lever arm BSt 500 S [kN] 3. without lever arm BSt 500 S [kN] 9.7 57.cube = 25 N/mm².cube = 25 N/mm².9 98.0 215.6 22.7 28.9 16.8 Ø25 300 364 Ø28 336 406 Ø32 384 464 Additional Hilti tech.9 5.9 Shear VRd: single anchor.3 90.9 18.0 112.3 14. Temperature range I Data according ETA-04/0027.8 68.1 42.3 Ø28 336 406 140 Ø32 384 464 160 Additional Hilti tech. Temperature range I (load values are valid for single anchor) Data according ETA-04/0027. data Ø36 Ø40 432 480 522 590 180 200 80. min.1 181.2 = [mm] 96 120 144 168 192 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 126 150 176 204 232 Edge distance c = cmin= [mm] 40 50 60 70 80 Tensile NRd: single anchor.0 89.2 80.3 90. issue 2009-05-20 Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Embedment depth hef.0 148.7 20.6 34. edge distance (c = cmin) .0 55.9 66.9 252.3 186.6 Shear VRd: single anchor. spacing (s = smin) .7 147.6 23. without lever arm BSt 500 S 478 [kN] 9.2 = [mm] 96 120 144 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 126 150 176 Tensile NRd: single anchor. no edge effects.6 230.4 125.4 14. no edge effects.cube = 25 N/mm². Temperature range I Ø20 240 290 100 Ø25 300 364 125 Ø28 336 406 140 Ø32 384 464 160 Additional Hilti tech. spacing (s = smin) BSt 500 S [kN] 10.2 26.1 Data according ETA-04/0027.9 48.7 57. issue 2009-05-20 Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Embedment depth hef. issue 2009-05-20 Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Embedment depth hef.8 33.7 20.0 36. data Ø36 Ø40 432 480 522 590 180 200 40. data Ø36 Ø40 432 480 522 590 Ø14 168 204 Ø16 192 232 Ø20 240 290 49. min.2 = [mm] 96 120 144 168 192 240 300 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 126 150 176 204 232 290 364 Spacing s = smin= [mm] 40 50 60 70 80 100 125 Tensile NRd: double anchor.8 117.4 28.4 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.7 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.7 7.9 62.7 147.7 28.9 138.3 14.7 28.

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suitable for non-cracked concrete C 20/25 to C 50/60 .Correct setting (See setting instruction) . max. 480 Ø32 300 380 can be 10 / 2012 .Base material thickness.One typical embedment depth. Mean ultimate resistance.embedment depth range: from 60 … 160 mm for Ø8 to 128 … 640 mm for Ø32 PROFIS Anchor design software Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to For details see Simplified design method .Installation temperature range +5°C to +40°C Embedment depth a) and base material thickness for the basic loading data. The corresponding load values calculated according to the simplified design method. as specified in the table .Steel failure .high loading capacity . long ter m/short term base material temperature: +24°C/40°C) . Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Typical embedment depth [mm] 80 90 110 125 125 170 210 270 Base material thickness [mm] 110 120 145 165 165 220 275 340 a) The allowed range of embedment depth is shown in the setting details.cube = 25 N/mm² .odourless epoxy .Hilti HIT-RE 500 with rebar in diamond drilled holes Hilti HIT-RE 500 with rebar in diamond drilled holes Injection mortar system Benefits Hilti HIT-RE 500 330 ml foil pack (also available as 500 ml and 1400 ml foil pack) Statik mixer rebar BSt 500 S Concrete Small edge distance and spacing Variable embedment depth Diamond drilled holes . fck.Temperate range I (min.long working time at elevated temperatures . base material temperature -40°C.Concrete C 20/25. as specified in the table . design resistance. recommended loads.One anchor material.large diameter applications .suitable for dry and water saturated concrete -. characteristic resistance.No edge distance and spacing influence . as specified in the tables .

7 10.5 50.m BSt 500 S [kN] 14.3 Shear VRk BSt 500 S [kN] 14. anchor rebar BSt 500S Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 Tensile NRu.1 33.3 70.0 112.3 141. as a result of diurnal cycling.0 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.8 27. Temperature range Temperature range I Temperature range II Temperature range III Base material temperature -40 °C to +40 °C -40 °C to +58 °C -40 °C to +70 °C Maximum long term base material temperature +24 °C +35 °C +43 °C Maximum short term base material temperature +40 °C +58 °C +70 ° C Max short term base material temperature Short-term elevated base material temperatures are those that occur over brief intervals.6 134.4 18.1 Characteristic resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.0 55.7 197.cube = 25 N/mm².2 66.1 83.0 31.5 105.5 68.1 Shear Vrec BSt 500 S [kN] 6.7 147.3 90.9 87.5 232.8 177.9 49.4 45.4 34.7 96.0 86.7 21.0 169.3 Recommended loads a): concrete C 20/25 – fck.7 82. An elevated base material temperature may lead to a reduction of the design bond resistance.0 26.4 201.m BSt 500 S [kN] 29.g. Max long term base material temperature Long-term elevated base material temperatures are roughly constant over significant periods of time.0 135.0 221.7 28.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with rebar in diamond drilled holes Mean ultimate resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.5 22.5 148.0 64.7 20.3 14. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.0 42. anchor rebar BSt 500 S Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 Tensile NRd BSt 500 S [kN] 13.7 23.8 20. Service temperature range Hilti HIT-RE 500 injection mortar may be applied in the temperature ranges given below.9 241.0 101. e.4 48.cube = 25 N/mm².0 65.3 Shear VRu.0 36.6 30.8 63.1 114.2 a) With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.8 90.1 57. 10 / 2012 481 .cube = 25 N/mm².6 44.5 19. anchor rebar BSt 500 S Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 Tensile Nrec BSt 500 S [kN] 9.6 13.1 268.1 31. anchor rebar BSt 500 S Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 Tensile NRk BSt 500 S [kN] 24.5 14.1 32.0 320.2 41.3 80.0 22.9 Shear VRd BSt 500 S [kN] 9.7 57.4.cube = 25 N/mm².

set of cleaning brushes. DD 100 … DD xxx compressed air gun or blow out pump.9 201.1 314.1 153.2 490.6 269.4 1534 2155 3217 Material quality Part rebar BSt 500 S Material Geometry and mechanical properties according to DIN 488-2:1986 or E DIN 488-2:2006 Setting installation equipment Anchor size Drilling tools Other tools 482 Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 DD EC-1.4 402.9 615.1 785.3 78.3 98.8 804.2 169. dispenser 10 / 2012 .Hilti HIT-RE 500 with rebar in diamond drilled holes Materials Mechanical properties of rebar BSt 500S Anchor size Nominal tensile BSt 500 S strength f uk Yield BSt 500 S strength fyk Stressed crossBSt 500 S section As Moment of BSt 500 S resistance W Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 [N/mm²] 550 550 550 550 550 550 550 550 550 [N/mm²] 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 [mm²] 50.5 113.2 [mm³] 50.

Hilti HIT-RE 500 with rebar in diamond drilled holes Setting instruction Dry and water-saturated concrete. Important! Remove all water from the borehole and blow out with oil free compressed air until borehole is completely dried before mortar injection (not applicable to hammer drilled hole in underwater application). diamond coring drilling. Hilti technical information only Brush bore hole with required steel brush HIT-RB For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product. 10 / 2012 483 .

Hilti HIT-RE 500 with rebar in diamond drilled holes Curing time for general conditions Temperature of the base material 40 °C 30 °C to 39 °C 20 °C to 29 °C 15 °C to 19 °C 10 °C to 14 °C 5 °C to 9 °C Working time in which anchor can be inserted and adjusted tgel 12 min 12 min 20 min 30 min 90 min 120 min Curing time before anchor can be fully loaded tcure 4h 8h 12 h 24 h 48 h 72 h Preparation work may continue.sp 1.0 ⋅ hef Critical edge distance b) for splitting failure ccr.min [mm] 60 60 70 75 80 90 100 112 128 hef.6 hef .8 h for 2.26 hef Critical spacing for concrete cone failure Critical edge distance for concrete cone c) failure 50 hef + 2 d0 for h / hef ≤ 1.0 [mm] 4.min ≤ hef ≤ hef. 484 10 / 2012 . a) hef.sp for h / hef ≥ 2.N 2 ccr.3: 2.1.5 hef For spacing (edge distance) smaller than critical spacing (critical edge distance) the design loads have to be reduced.0 > h / hef > 1.max (hef: embedment depth) b) h: base material thickness (h ≥ hmin) c) The critical edge distance for concrete cone failure depends on the embedment depth hef and the design bond resistance. ini 2h 4h 6h 8h 12 h 18 h Setting details Anchor size Nominal diameter of drill bit Effective anchorage and drill hole depth range a) Minimum base material thickness Minimum spacing Minimum edge distance Critical spacing for splitting failure Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 d0 [mm] 12 14 16 18 20 25 32 35 40 hef.max [mm] 160 200 240 280 320 400 500 560 640 hmin [mm] smin cmin [mm] hef + 30 mm ≥ 100 mm 40 50 60 70 80 100 125 140 160 [mm] 40 60 70 80 100 125 140 160 2 ccr.sp scr. tcure. Do not apply design load.N 1.3: scr. The simplified formula given in this table is on the save side.N ccr.

N Anchor size Typical embedment depth hef.N ⋅ f2.p ⋅ fB.7 Ø16 79.5 Ø12 27.sp ⋅ f3.N Concrete splitting resistance (only non-cracked concrete): NRd.6 22. For more complex fastening applications please use the anchor design software PROFIS Anchor.p ⋅ fB.N ⋅ f2.N ⋅ fh.9 Ø28 242.N ⋅ fre.Steel resistance: NRd.N Anchor size 0 N Rd.p Temperature range I [kN] N0Rd.c 10 / 2012 [kN] Ø8 17.N ⋅ f3.7 Ø14 33.N ⋅ fh.2 Ø10 20.N ⋅ fh.7 57. (The method may also be applied for anchor groups with more than two anchors or more than one edge distance.N 0 Rd.4 10.sp = N0Rd.4 14.8 15.N ⋅ fh.6 Ø25 192.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with rebar in diamond drilled holes Simplified design method Simplified version of the design method according ETAG 001.3 Ø20 123.3 9.4 15. Tension loading The design tensile resistance is the lower value of . it is recommended to use the anchor design software PROFIS anchor) The design method is based on the following simplification: No different loads are acting on individual anchors (no eccentricity) The values are valid for one anchor.1 77.N Design splitting resistance = N0Rd.c .N ⋅ f2. TR 029.1 24.3 31.p = N0Rd. Influence of concrete strength Influence of edge distance Influence of spacing Valid for a group of two anchors. The influencing factors must then be considered for each edge distance and spacing.p Temperature range III [kN] Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 80 90 110 125 125 170 210 270 300 13.3 Ø28 106.7 Ø12 44.8 18.p ⋅ fre.9 48.1 Ø32 315.6 27.N ⋅ fre.c = N0Rd.N ⋅ f2.3 35.N ⋅ fre.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.9 48.p = N0Rd.sp ⋅ f3.Concrete cone resistance: NRd.sp ⋅ f h.6 Ø16 33.s .1 58.N ⋅ fre.s BSt 500 S [kN] Ø8 20.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.4 15.typ [mm] 0 N Rd.N ⋅ f3.sp ⋅ f2.0 30.1 24.s Anchor size NRd.N ⋅ f3.sp ⋅ f2.9 6.c = N - ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.p Temperature range II [kN] 0 N Rd.0 Design concrete cone resistance NRd.7 Ø32 125.p ⋅ fre.6 Ø20 53.p ⋅ f1.2 485 .c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.3 Ø25 73.sp ⋅ fh.9 96.Combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance: NRd.9 93.0 Ø10 30.N Basic design tensile resistance Design steel resistance NRd.p ⋅ f1.5 70.8 114.N ⋅ f3.4 25. TR 029.3 39. To avoid this.3 Ø14 60. The calculated design loads are then on the save side: They will be lower than the exact values according ETAG 001.7 Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance NRd.

70 0.6 0.70 0.2 0.N) 0.95 1 f 2.90 0.80 0.N = 0.3⋅c/ccr.76 0.sp = 0.p = hef/hef.09 Influence of embedment depth on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance fh.6 0.cube = concrete compressive strength.2 0.N 0.07 a) fck.95 1 f 3.79 0.8 0.3⋅c/ccr.65 0.80 0.N = 0.sp) a) The the edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin given in the table with the setting details. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.N = (hef/hef.N = 0.60 0.5 Influence of reinforcement hef [mm] 40 50 60 70 80 90 ≥ 100 a) a) a) a) a) 0.cube/25N/mm²)0.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.22 1.85 0.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with rebar in diamond drilled holes Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 f B.typ Influence of concrete strength on concrete cone resistance Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 fB = (f ck.N f 1.97 1 0.75 0.sp f 1. Influence of embedment depth on concrete cone resistance fh.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.N = 0. a) 486 10 / 2012 .5⋅(1 + s/scr.4 0.60 0.75 0.85 0.8 0. These influencing factors must be considered for every edge distance smaller than the critical edge distance.9 1 0.8 0.1 a) 1 1.5 0.04 1.5 0.1 0.02 1.1 1.sp f 2.7 + 0.sp = 0.75 0.55 0.7 + 0.7 0.sp) a) The anchor spacing shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin given in the table with the setting details.3 0.34 1. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.3 0.94 0.cube = concrete compressive strength.06 1.7 f re.41 a) fck.9 1 0.N) 0.4 0.N c/ccr.65 0.73 0.cube/25N/mm²)1/2 a) 1 1. Influence of anchor spacing a) s/scr.5 + hef/200mm ≤ 1 a) This factor applies only for dense reinforcement.55 0.7 0.5⋅(1 + s/scr.82 0.90 0.1 s/scr.85 0.88 0.08 1. This influencing factor must be considered for every anchor spacing.85 0.91 0.48 1.95 1 0.9 0. If in the area of anchorage there is reinforcement with a spacing ≥ 150 mm (any diameter) or with a diameter ≤ 10 mm and a spacing ≥ 100 mm.sp = 0.typ)1.p = (f ck.sp f 3. then a factor f re = 1 may be applied.55 Influence of edge distance a) c/ccr.

0 Ø28 112.Steel resistance: - VRd. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.cp = k ⋅ lower value of NRd.15 0.5  Influence of base material thickness h/c fh = 10 / 2012 {h/(1.6 15.24 1.34 1.3 0.cube = concrete compressive strength.97 2.50 0.01 1.5 0.c 0 Rd.c Anchor size Non-cracked concrete V0Rd.7 Ø32 147.45 0.0 Ø16 36.55 0.32 2.3 Ø10 14.2 1.c: Design concrete cone resistance = V0Rd.71 0.cube/25N/mm²)1/2 a) 1 1.22 1.9 1.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Design concrete edge resistance VRd.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with rebar in diamond drilled holes Shear loading The design shear resistance is the lower value of .0 71.41 a) fck.9 8.95 1.75 0.55 Influence of angle between load applied and the direction perpendicular to the free edge Angle ß fβ = 0° 10° 20° 30° 40° 50° 60° 70° 80° ≥ 90° 1 1.p and NRd.c VRd.3 59.3 Ø25 90.7 Ø12 20.5 ⋅ c)} 1/2 ≤1 487 .45 0.c k = 1 for hef < 60 mm k = 2 for hef ≥ 60 mm a) NRd.05 1.7 Ø14 28.7 Ø20 57.7 85.s Anchor size VRd.48 1.89 0.13 1.05 1.c = V ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Basic design shear resistance Design steel resistance VRd.84 0.35 ≥ 1.63 0.0 18.p and k ⋅ NRd.64 1.77 0.0 39.cp = lower valuea) of k ⋅ NRd.32 0.p: Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance NRd.6 11.Concrete edge resistance: VRd.6 0.c [kN] Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 Ø36 Ø40 5.2 47.5 Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 fB = (f ck.3 Design concrete pryout resistance VRd.00 1 (cos αV )2 +  sin αV  2  2.7 27.s BSt 500 S [kN] Ø8 9.40 1.1 1.s Concrete pryout resistance: .

00 1.46 3.00 11.32 1.84 5.71 0.68 4.81 3.38 3.79 9.18 6.75 6.56 2.81 6.40 1.35 5.61 5.83 1.36 4.30 4.26 7.74 7.22 7.25 3.25 5.00 1.32 2. 488 10 / 2012 .43 0.44 4.60 4.38 3.68 hef/d f hef = 4 4.50 1.42 7.87 4.32 2.83 2.25 3.77 2.17 9.27 0.38 1.19 10 15 0.84 1.90 6.90 3.00 1.98 2. Combined tension and shear loading For combined tension and shear loading see section “Anchor Design”.86 6.56 3.32 2.32 2.26 9.00 1.45 9.55 7.11 3.39 8.30 2.85 6.68 0.32 3.64 2.84 1.04 7.95 2.83 2.65 0.16 7.20 5.25 6.42 7.25 8.78 10.56 5.55 10.26 3.21 4.67 5.74 3.31 4.75 4.5 ⋅ (1 + s / [3 ⋅ c]) ⋅ 0.02 7.68 1.35 0.49 8.63 7.50 6.81 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 3.84 2.88 1.11 4.95 3.00 3.35 0.93 6.50 0.63 2.47 7.00 1.54 6.83 2.40 1.98 1.50 6.15 5.99 6.35 0.27 6.94 2.50 9.96 3.99 7.03 3.65 0.59 1.69 3.76 3.65 1.96 7.94 9.75 1.00 1.88 2.56 4.67 0.75 1.00 1.17 8.83 4.5 Single anchor 0.41 5.75 0.25 9.43 6.65 0.75 8.25 6.95 4.83 2.64 4.67 9.63 0.75 1.38 1.12 1.47 2.98 4.18 5.39 2.51 3.04 5.90 4.00 1.84 1.27 7.00 2.20 2.51 0.17 2.59 5.69 7.61 3.33 4.00 1.75 10.89 7.38 5.40 1.20 5.75 0. c/hef Group of two anchors s/hef 2.26 1.11 8.75 2.00 6.52 3.00 3.57 0.14 5.35 0.00 2.72 6.92 8.73 5.65 0.84 1.35 0.55 7.65 0.12 2.84 6.66 8.84 1.55 4.40 1.52 0.65 0.08 6.72 5.22 1.31 1.40 1.56 4.25 3.73 8.67 20 30 40 0.00 5.70 6.16 7.00 1.50 8.63 0.25 5.35 0.65 0.40 1.75 4.10 6.53 1.35 0.65 0.65 0.75 7.36 7.84 1.50 7.31 8.50 9.50 0.06 4.07 1.00 1.05 ⋅ (hef / d) 1.40 1.25 12.35 0.63 5.27 5.57 5.54 6.65 1.73 5.33 5.76 4.32 2.95 2.5 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 0.40 1.84 1.75 7.84 1.38 9.00 1.77 0.44 6.40 1.81 3.50 5.75 7.87 7.44 2.83 2.83 6.82 1.15 3.85 smin and the Influence of embedment depth hef/d f hef = 0.25 2.68 3.94 4.00 8.81 7.56 4.32 1.73 3.01 1.25 3.16 3.35 0.00 7.77 2.02 8.71 6.35 0.84 1.50 12.84 1.38 2.00 9.95 3.00 5.21 8.28 4.62 7.20 3.90 8.57 5.18 5.40 1.25 5.06 2.00 1.50 Influence of edge distance a) c/d 4 6 8 0.73 4.50 5.65 2.86 3.04 a) The anchor spacing and the minimum edge distance cmin.32 2.87 6.65 0.25 4.74 7.20 5.31 10.Hilti HIT-RE 500 with rebar in diamond drilled holes Influence of anchor spacing and edge distance a) for concrete edge resistance: f4 f4 = (c/hef)1.25 0.30 6.08 5.00 4.57 2.63 6.96 5.50 8.38 3.15 4.90 4.40 1.29 6.97 10.38 3.72 4.65 0.45 7.02 10.65 0.35 0.38 3.15 2.75 5.35 0.38 3.60 fc = (d / c) a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin.41 5.95 3.25 8.25 1.05 ⋅ (hef / d) 1.83 2.86 5.99 9.49 2.22 6.36 3.54 1.55 5.86 3.19 3.21 4.03 6.33 7.22 5.35 0.84 0.08 7.88 9.59 8.55 6.40 0.65 0.65 0.95 3.32 2.00 6.50 3.49 2.83 8.50 4.55 3.35 0.37 2.38 3.76 4.83 2.15 5.09 9.36 6.91 5.78 4.75 7.98 5.95 8.26 edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing 10.05 6.56 3.35 4.12 4.45 5.83 3.00 0.51 4.45 8.50 11.32 2.99 8.35 0.32 1.

Hilti HIT-RE 500 with rebar in diamond drilled holes 10 / 2012 489 .

max. Berlin Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to For details see Simplified design method .One anchor material.Suitable for use with diamond cored holes in non-cracked or cracked concrete with no load reductions . Brunswick 3501/676/13 / 2012-08-03 a) All data given in this section according ETA-12/0006 and ETA-12/0028. / date of issue ETA-12/0006 / 2012-04-04 (HIT-HY 200-A) ETA-12/0028 / 2012-04-04 (HIT-HY 200-R) Fire test report IBMB. as specified in the tables .Steel failure . base material temperature -40°C.cube = 25 N/mm² .Base material thickness. issue 2012-04-04.Maximum load performance in cracked concrete and uncracked concrete .Two mortar (Hilti HIT-HY 200-A and Hilti HIT-HY 200-R) versions available with different curing times and same performance No cleaning required for approved loads PROFIS Anchor design software Approvals / certificates Description European technical approval No. a) Authority / Laboratory DIBt.No cleaning required: Zero succeptability to borehole cleaning conditions with dry and water saturated concrete base material .Temperate range I (min. as specified in the table .Concrete C 20/25.Embedment depth.Correct setting (See setting instruction) . fck. long ter m/short term base material temperature: +24°C/40°C) .Installation temperature range +5°C to +40°C 490 10 / 2012 .Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-Z Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-Z Injection mortar system Benefits Hilti HITHY 200-A 500 ml foil pack (also available as 330 ml foil pack) Hilti HITHY 200-R 500 ml foil pack (also available as 330 ml foil pack) Static mixer HIT-Z HIT-Z-R rod Concrete Tensile zone Fire resistance Corrosion resistance European Technical Approval CE conformity .Suitable for cracked and noncracked concrete C 20/25 to C 50/60 . as specified in the table .No edge distance and spacing influence .

The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.9 10.cube = 25 N/mm².7 41.7 HIT-Z Characteristic resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.9 55.9 15.0 HIT-Z Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.2 122.4 76.1 83.0 73.2 58.0 [kN] 21.5 27.2 21.8 153. element HIT-Z Anchor size Non-cracked concrete Tensile Nrec HIT-Z M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 [kN] 11.m HIT-Z Cracked concrete Tensile NRu.4 27.4 50.4 41.4 HIT-Z Recommended loads a): concrete C 20/25 – fck.0 54.4 18.4 Shear VRu.7 [kN] 10.6 38.0 14.m HIT-Z M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 [kN] 25.5 62.6 15.cube = 25 N/mm².4 Shear Vrec [kN] 6.6 38.6 20.2 21.9 41.0 28.4 27.9 57.0 Shear VRd [kN] 9.9 86.7 [kN] 25.7 41.3 Shear VRd HIT-Z Cracked concrete Tensile NRd HIT-Z [kN] 9. 10 / 2012 491 .cube = 25 N/mm².9 Shear VRk [kN] 12. design resistance. element HIT-Z Anchor size Non-cracked concrete Tensile NRu. recommended loads.m HIT-Z [kN] 12.9 15.1 30.9 58.4.0 25. characteristic resistance.2 39.1 25. Mean ultimate resistance.0 27.m [kN] 12.9 10. Anchor size Typical embedment depth [mm] Base material thickness [mm] M8 70 130 M10 90 150 M12 110 170 M16 145 245 M20 180 280 Mean ultimate resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.0 Shear VRk HIT-Z Cracked concrete Tensile NRk HIT-Z [kN] 12.0 19.4 58.3 88.8 81.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-Z Embedment depth and base material thickness for the basic loading data.1 20.4 115.3 36.7 HIT-Z a) With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.4 41.0 19.1 Shear Vrec HIT-Z Cracked concrete Tensile Nrec HIT-Z [kN] 6. element HIT-Z Anchor size Non-cracked concrete Tensile NRk HIT-Z M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 [kN] 24.4 58.3 Shear VRu.8 29.0 73.0 48.6 19.4 [kN] 14. element HIT-Z Anchor size Non-cracked concrete Tensile NRd HIT-Z M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 [kN] 16.8 100.4 76.9 42.0 58.6 15.0 27.6 20.0 48.0 38.2 39.4 50.0 28.cube = 25 N/mm².

Materials Mechanical properties of HIT-Z and HIT-Z-R Anchor size Nominal tensile strength f uk Yield strength fyk HIT-Z M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 [N/mm²] 650 650 650 610 595 [N/mm²] 520 520 520 490 480 [mm²] 36. A4 10 / 2012 . An elevated base material temperature leads to a reduction of the design bond resistance.9 62.g.5 109. e. Max long term base material temperature Long-term elevated base material temperatures are roughly constant over significant periods of time.6 58. steel galvanized ≥ 5µm stainless steel cold formed. as a result of diurnal cycling.0 84.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-Z Service temperature range Hilti HIT-HY 200 injection mortar with anchor rod HIT-Z may be applied in the temperature ranges given below.7 278 542 HIT-Z-R HIT-Z HIT-Z-R Stressed crossHIT-Z section of thread As Moment of HIT-Z resistance W Material quality Part HIT-Z HIT-Z-R 492 Material C-steel cold formed.3 157 245 [mm³] 31. Maximum long term Maximum short term Base material Temperature range base material base material temperature temperature temperature Temperature range I -40 °C to +40 °C +24 °C +40 °C Temperature range II -40 °C to +80 °C +40 °C +80 °C Temperature range III -40 °C to +120 °C +72 °C +120 °C Max short term base material temperature Short-term elevated base material temperatures are those that occur over brief intervals.

TE 70 Curing and working time Temperature of the base material HIT-HY 200-R Working time in which anchor Curing time before anchor can be inserted and adjusted twork can be loaded tcure 5 °C 1 hour 3 hour 6 °C to 10 °C 40 min 2 hour 11 °C to 20 °C 15 min 1 hour 21 °C to 30 °C 9 min 1 hour 31 °C to 40 °C 6 min 1 hour Curing and working time Temperature of the base material 5 °C 10 / 2012 HIT-HY 200-A Working time in which anchor Curing time before anchor can be inserted and adjusted twork can be loaded tcure 25 min 2 hour 6 °C to 10 °C 15 min 1 hour 11 °C to 20 °C 7 min 30 min 21 °C to 30 °C 4 min 30 min 31 °C to 40 °C 3 min 30 min 493 .Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-Z Anchor dimensions Anchor size Length of anchor Helix length M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 min l [mm] 80 95 105 155 215 max l [mm] 120 160 196 240 250 lHelix [mm] 50 60 60 96 100 l l Helix Marking head marking d Installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer M8 M10 TE 2 – TE 40 M12 M16 M20 TE 40 .

10 / 2012 . Diamond coring is permissible when diamond core drilling machine and the corresponding core bit are used. The element has to fit in the hole until the required embedment depth. remove the dust in the drill hole or drill deeper. Diamond coring is permissible when diamond core drilling machine and the corresponding core bit are used. Through-setting: Drill hole through the clearance hole in the fixture to the required drilling depth with a hammer drill set in rotation-hammer mode using an appropriately sized carbide drill bit. Bore hole cleaninga) a) No cleaning required for hammer drilled boreholes b) Hole flushing and evacuation for wet-drilled diamond cored holes or flooded holes Flush 2 times from the back of the hole over the hole length.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-Z Setting instruction Bore hole drilling Pre-setting: Drill hole to the required drilling depth with a hammer drill set in rotation-hammer mode using an appropriately sized carbide drill bit. If it is not possible to compress the dust. a) 494 When drilling downward with non-cleaning the required drilling depths can vary due to accumulation of dust in the hole. 6 bar at 6 m³/h) to evacuate the water Check of setting depth and compress of the drilling dust Mark the element and check the setting depth and compress the drilling dust. Blow 2 times the hole with oil-free compressed air (min.

After injection is completed. Observe the instruction for use of the dispenser. Discard initial adhesive. Check foil pack holder for proper function. Swing foil pack holder with foil pack into HIT-dispenser. or as required to ensure that the annular gap between the anchor and the concrete is completely filled with adhesive along the embedment length. This will prevent further adhesive discharge from the mixer. Do not use damaged foil packs / holders. 10 / 2012 495 . Fill holes approximately 2/3 full for Pre-setting and 100% full for throughsetting. Discard quantities are 2 strokes for 330 ml foil pack 3 strokes for 500 ml foil pack Inject adhesive from the back of the borehole without forming air voids Inject the adhesive starting at the back of the hole. depressurize the dispenser by pressing the release trigger.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-Z Injection preparation Tightly attach new Hilti mixing nozzle HIT-RE-M to foil pack manifold (snug fit). Do not modify the mixing nozzle. The foil pack opens automatically as dispensing is initiated. slowly withdrawing the mixer with each trigger pull. Depending on the size of the foil pack an initial amount of adhesive has to be discarded.

Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-Z Overhead installation For overhead installation the injection is only possible with the aid of extensions and piston plugs. Setting details Anchor size Nominal diameter of drill bit Effective embedment depth range Minimum base material thickness M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 [mm] 10 12 14 18 22 hnom. After setting the element the annular gap between the anchor and the fixture (through-setting) or concrete (pre-setting) has to be completely filled with mortar. The anchor can be loaded.min [mm] 60 60 60 96 100 hnom. Apply indicated torque moment to activate anchor functioning principles. extension(s) and appropriately piston plug HIT-SZ. Set element to the required embedment depth until working time twork has elapsed. After required curing time tcure remove excess mortar. Assemble HIT-RE-M mixer. verify that the element is dry and free of oil and other contaminants. Insert piston plug to back of the hole and inject adhesive. During injection the piston plug will be naturally extruded out of the bore hole by the adhesive pressure Setting the element Before use.max [mm] 100 120 150 200 220 d0 hmin Pre-setting: Diameter of clearance df ≤ hole in the fixture Through-setting: Diameter of clearance df ≤ hole in the fixture Torque moment Tinst 496 [mm] hnom + 60 mm hnom + 100 mm [mm] 9 12 14 18 22 [mm] 11 14 16 20 24 [Nm] 10 25 40 80 150 10 / 2012 . For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product.

N [mm] 2 ccr.sp [mm] 6.N [mm] 1.35 3.0 h for 2.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-Z Critical edge distance and critical spacing Critical spacing for splitting failure scr.2 hnom .35 scr.sp 2 ccr.2.min ≤ hnom ≤ hnom.5 ⋅ hnom Critical edge distance for splitting failure ccr.35 for h / hnom ≤ 1.N ccr.5 hnom For spacing (or edge distance) smaller than critical spacing (or critical edge distance) the design loads have to be reduced.5 hnom Critical spacing for concrete cone failure Critical edge distance for concrete cone failure for h / hnom ≥ 2.max Pre-setting: Install anchor before positioning fixture Through-setting: Install anchor through positioned fixture df df Effective anchorage depth hnom Hole depth h0 Thickness of concrete member h 10 / 2012 Fixture Thickness tfix annular gap filled with Hilti HIT-HY 200 497 .35 > h / hnom > 1.sp [mm] 1. a) Embedment depth range: hnom.

cal = (6·c) · h with c ≥ 5·d Group of anchors with s ≤ 3·c [mm²] Ai.cal = (6·c) · (hnom + 1.req < Ai.req Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 Cracked concrete [mm²] 19200 40800 58800 94700 148000 Uncracked concrete [mm²] 22200 57400 80800 128000 198000 Calculate interaction area Ai.cal = (3·c + s) · (hnom + 1.5·c) with c ≥ 5·d Group of anchors with s ≤ 3·c [mm²] Ai.5·c) with c ≥ 5·d and s ≥ 5·d Single anchor and group of anchors with s > 3·c [mm²] Ai.cal Required interaction area Ai.5·c 498 10 / 2012 .5·c Single anchor and group of anchors with s > 3·c [mm²] Ai.cal = (3·c + s) · h with c ≥ 5·d and s ≥ 5·d Member thickness h ≤ hnom +1.cal Member thickness h ≥ hnom +1.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-Z Minimum edge distance and spacing For the calculation of minimum spacing and minimum edge distance of anchors in combination with different embedment depth and thickness of concrete member the following equation shall be fulfilled: Ai.

Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-Z Best case minimum edge distance and spacing with required member thickness and embedment depth Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 Cracked concrete Member thickness h≥ [mm] 140 200 240 300 370 Embedment depth hnom ≥ [mm] 80 120 150 200 220 Minimum spacing smin [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 Corresponding edge distance c≥ [mm] 40 55 65 80 100 Minimum edge distance cmin = [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 [mm] 40 60 65 80 100 Corresponding spacing s ≥ Non cracked concrete Member thickness h≥ [mm] 140 230 270 340 410 Embedment depth hnom ≥ [mm] 80 120 150 200 220 Minimum spacing smin [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 Corresponding edge distance c≥ [mm] 40 70 80 100 130 Minimum edge distance cmin [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 Corresponding spacing s ≥ [mm] 40 145 160 160 235 Best case minimum member thickness and embedment depth with required minimum edge distance and spacing Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 Cracked concrete Member thickness hmin [mm] 120 120 120 196 200 Embedment depth hnom.min [mm] 60 60 60 96 100 Minimum spacing smin [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 Corresponding edge distance c≥ [mm] 40 100 140 135 215 Minimum edge distance cmin = [mm] 40 60 90 80 125 [mm] 40 160 220 235 365 Corresponding spacing s ≥ Non cracked concrete Member thickness hmin [mm] 120 120 120 196 200 Embedment depth hnom.min [mm] 60 60 60 96 100 Minimum spacing smin [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 Corresponding edge distance c≥ [mm] 50 145 200 190 300 Minimum edge distance cmin [mm] 40 80 115 110 165 Corresponding spacing s ≥ [mm] 65 240 330 310 495 10 / 2012 499 .

Design resistance according data given in ETA-12/0006 (HIT-HY 200-A) and ETA-12/0028 (HIT-HY 200-R) issued on 2012-04-04 Influence of concrete strength Influence of edge distance Influence of spacing Valid for a group of two anchors.Steel resistance: NRd.c = N0Rd. (The method may also be applied for anchor groups with more than two anchors or more than one edge distance. allowing smaller values for minimum edge distance and minimum spacing Slab thickness and embedment depth Increasing these values allows smaller values for minimum edge distance and minimum spacing Simplified design method Simplified version of the design method according ETAG 001.sp = N Rd.sp ⋅ fh. The HIT-Z boundary conditions for edge and spacing geometry can be found in the tables to the left. TENSION loading The design tensile resistance is the lower value of .N ⋅ f2. For more complex fastening applications please use the anchor design software PROFIS Anchor. PROFIS Anchor software is programmed to calculate the referenced equations in order to determine the optimized related minimum edge and spacing based on the following variables: Cracked or uncracked concrete For cracked concrete it is assumed that a reinforcement is present which limits the crack width to 0. For an optimized design.p .Combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance: NRd.N 500 10 / 2012 .Concrete cone resistance: NRd.N ⋅ fre.N - Concrete splitting resistance (only non-cracked concrete): 0 NRd.N ⋅ fh.3 mm.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1. then the edge and spacing values may be utilized. The influencing factors must then be considered for each edge distance and spacing. The design method is based on the following simplification: No different loads are acting on individual anchors (no eccentricity) The values are valid for one anchor.N ⋅ fre.N ⋅ f3. TR 029.sp ⋅ f3.sp ⋅ f2. The simplified calculated design loads take a conservative approach: They will be lower than the exact values according to ETAG 001. If the embedment depth and slab thickness are equal to or greater than the values in the table.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-Z Minimum edge distance and spacing – Explanation Minimum edge and spacing geometrical requirements are determined by testing the installation conditions in which two anchors with a given spacing can be set close to an edge without forming a crack in the concrete due to tightening torque. TR 029.s . allowing smaller values for minimum edge distance and minimum spacing Anchor diameter For smaller anchor diameter a smaller installation torque is required. anchor calculation can be performed using PROFIS anchor design software.

sp = N0Rd.00 1.90 0.95 1 f 2.3 N Rd.sp ≤ 1 f 2. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length Influence of edge distance a) c/ccr.3 0.N ⋅ f2.9 1 0.1 20.00 1.0 Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) f B.8 0.97 1 0.7 + 0.7 0.p Temperature range II [kN] 0 16.2 N Rd.65 0.2 83.c Non cracked concrete [kN] 14.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.1 57.6 33.c Cracked concrete a) Splitting resistance must only be considered for non-cracked concrete.70 0.sp = 0.2 70.s Anchor size NRd.1 22.p Temperature range I [kN] 18.8 N Rd.N Anchor size M8 M10 70 90 hnom.7 M16 145 58.91 0.7 28.22 1.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-Z Basic design tensile resistance Design steel resistance NRd.p Temperature range II [kN] 15.2 0.3⋅c/ccr.7 + 0.sp ⋅ f3.00 1.2 64.3⋅c/ccr.8 25.8 N0Rd.1 30.76 0.79 0.3 M12 36.5 0.7 N0Rd.60 0.N Design splitting resistance a) NRd.4 27.5 92.8 27.p Temperature range III [kN] Cracked concrete 0 18.8 75.94 0.p = C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 C 45/55 C 50/60 1.00 1.2 77.1 0.sp) ≤ 1 a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin.3 Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance NRd.1 30.6 0.88 0.5 [kN] N0Rd.85 0.55 Influence of concrete strength on concrete cone resistance Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 0.cube/25N/mm²) 1 1.3 N Rd.6 33.8 41.82 0.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1. These influencing factors must be considered for every edge distance smaller than the critical edge distance.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.sp = 0. 10 / 2012 501 .p a) Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 Non-cracked concrete 0 20.N = 0.0 [kN] M10 25.N c/ccr.N ⋅ fh.00 1.34 1.N ⋅ fre.N = 0.00 1.3 58.48 1.cube = concrete compressive strength.sp f 1.sp ⋅ f2.2 36. M20 100.6 27.0 M20 97.00 C 40/50 C 45/55 C 50/60 1.N) ≤ 1 0.80 0.N ⋅ f3.85 0.9 N0Rd. M12 110 38.8 25.p Temperature range III [kN] a) The combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance is independent from the embedment depth.9 M20 180 81.2 83.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.73 0.4 0.4 27.s HIT-Z / HIT-Z-R M8 16.N ≤ 1 f 1.p Temperature range I [kN] 0 16.4 Design concrete cone resistance NRd.7 M16 64.1 1.1 30.55 0.N ⋅ fre.8 92.sp ⋅ f h.typ [mm] 19.41 a) fck.75 0.5 a) fB = (f ck.2 64.2 70.c = N0Rd.

Influence of embedment depth on concrete cone resistance fh.Steel resistance: - Concrete pryout resistance: .c k = 2 for hef ≥ 60 mm a) NRd.5 + hnom/200mm ≤ 1 a) This factor applies only for dense reinforcement.2 [kN] [kN] M10 15.60 0.4 4.4 Design concrete pryout resistance VRd.7 0.4 V0Rd.8 8. SHEAR loading The design shear resistance is the lower value of .75 0.65 0.4 M12 21.4 45.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-Z Influence of anchor spacing a) s/scr.s Anchor size VRd.5⋅(1 + s/scr.6 26.6 11.5 Influence of reinforcement hnom [mm] 60 70 80 90 ≥ 100 a) a) a) a) 0.9 1 0.s HIT-Z VRd.Concrete edge resistance: VRd.cp = k ⋅ lower value of NRd.2 0. If in the area of anchorage there is reinforcement with a spacing ≥ 150 mm (any diameter) or with a diameter ≤ 10 mm and a spacing ≥ 100 mm.4 0.2 18.9 27.5⋅(1 + s/scr.s HIT-Z-R M8 9. 6.90 0.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Basic design shear resistance Design steel resistance VRd.5 0.N) ≤ 1 0.N 0.sp) ≤ 1 a) The anchor spacing shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin.0 8.6 0.70 0. then a factor fre. This influencing factor must be considered for every anchor spacing.85 0.9 0.c: Design concrete cone resistance Design concrete edge resistance a) VRd.c 502 M8 M10 M12 M16 Cracked concrete M20 10 / 2012 .N = 0.p: Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance NRd.c = V0Rd.c VRd.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 Non-cracked concrete Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 5.95 1 f 3.6 M20 58.sp = 0.1 s/scr.p and NRd.4 M16 38.55 0.s VRd.typ)1.N = 0.85 0.3 19.p and k ⋅ NRd.8 0.c = V0Rd.2 13.sp f 3.8 f re.6 11.95 1 0.cp = lower valuea) of k ⋅ NRd.N = 1 may be applied.3 0.4 70.6 18.80 0.1 [kN] a) For anchor groups only the anchors close to the edge must be considered.N = (hnom/hnom.

75 0.94 4.04 a) The anchor spacing and the minimum edge distance cmin.32 1.87 4.33 5.22 5.00 1.50 4.38 5.65 1.08 5.56 3.71 6.55 Influence of angle between load applied and the direction perpendicular to the free edge Angle ß fβ = 0° 10° 20° 30° 40° 50° 60° 70° 80° ≥ 90° 1 1.32 2.75 1.63 6.65 0.56 4.40 0.35 0.10 6.50 5.45 0.15 5.78 10.95 2.36 7.68 1.84 1.55 0.38 3.59 1.90 4.90 6.93 6.50 0.75 4.00 1.29 6.65 1.5 Single anchor 0.25 4.88 2.95 3.68 3.76 3.84 1.95 3.05 1.51 3.95 3.02 8.75 5.96 3.16 7.25 5.63 7. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.41 a) fck.00 1.65 0.12 4.00 8.11 3.36 3.35 0.25 6.41 5.56 4.78 4.25 5.57 2.89 7.24 1. c/hnom 10 / 2012 Group of two anchors s/hnom 2.57 5.06 2.47 7.2 1.35 0.75 10.83 8.38 3.94 9.84 1.25 5.00 5.35 0.00 9.83 2.98 4.20 3.64 4.12 2.20 5.61 5.95 2.15 5.83 2.81 3.31 8.88 1.1 1.00 1.87 7.50 6.50 6.83 2.98 2.84 1.55 4.76 4.5 0.19 3.51 4.55 5.25 8.32 3.17 2.00 1.30 2.22 1.25 9.95 4.28 4.21 8.42 7.6 0.63 5.30 6.49 2.11 8.65 0.35 ≥ 1.84 2.55 7.35 0.03 3.45 5.64 1.69 7.72 5.99 6.57 5.63 0.44 2.50 12.59 5.45 7.83 2.00 1.15 3.99 7.49 8.00 1.83 2.00 6.90 4.40 1.90 8.77 0.5 ⋅ (1 + s / [3 ⋅ c]) ⋅ 0.44 4.21 4.74 3.32 2.5  Influence of base material thickness h/c fh = {h/(1.32 2.25 3.84 5.91 5.38 3.32 2.03 6.50 11.44 6.43 6.25 8.96 5.54 1.32 1.46 3.35 0.94 2.86 3.56 3.35 0.75 2.56 2.40 1.47 2.75 7.62 7.32 2.32 2.85 6.27 7.84 1.35 0.00 6.25 3.00 3.18 6.25 2.00 3.67 5.16 3.15 2.70 6.84 1.15 0.25 0.00 1.00 1 (cos αV )2 +  sin αV  2  2.83 6.9 1.63 0.01 1.00 5.68 4.48 1.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-Z Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 fB = (f ck.59 8.20 5.81 3.65 0.00 1.00 0.32 2.05 6.32 1.75 6.22 6.84 1.65 0.86 6.38 1.40 1.3 0.38 3.27 0.22 7.60 4.75 7.40 1.34 1.50 3.38 3.50 8.35 0.73 3.32 2.38 2.67 9.96 7.73 5.50 9.07 1.75 4.40 1.14 5.54 6.75 0.35 0.35 4.83 3.00 1.61 3.35 0.25 12.83 2.82 1.89 0.13 1.02 7.26 7.26 3.18 5.74 7.83 1.65 0.27 6.40 1.30 4.38 3.55 6.52 3.50 0.53 1.38 3.37 2.09 9.05 1.76 4.35 0.86 5.83 4.45 8.54 6.84 1.75 0.04 5.50 0.63 2.40 1.08 6.02 10.77 2.00 1.00 4.20 5.40 1.38 9.56 4.25 1.73 8.16 7.36 4.88 9.75 8.41 5.45 0.40 1.26 1.79 9.26 edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing 10.12 1.66 8.11 4.99 8.97 2.81 7.95 3.26 9.31 10.50 8.99 9.98 1.50 1.35 5.65 0.22 1.17 9.85 smin and the 503 .55 7.87 6.00 7.56 5.18 5.49 2.75 7.90 3.69 3.36 6.55 3.97 10.32 2.08 7.84 0.25 3.65 0.33 4.65 0.35 0.65 0.75 7.83 2.35 0.15 4.84 0.00 1.50 9.50 5.cube/25N/mm²)1/2 a) 1 1.71 0.40 1.45 9.65 0.73 4.74 7.5 ⋅ c)} 1/2 ≤1 Influence of anchor spacing and edge distance a) for concrete edge resistance: f4 f4 = (c/hnom)1.39 8.17 8.81 6.50 7.95 8.38 1.65 2.25 6.06 4.43 0.86 3.40 1.84 1.92 8.cube = concrete compressive strength.35 0.95 1.00 2.55 10.65 0.33 7.32 0.77 2.84 1.75 1.31 4.72 6.40 1.20 2.98 5.65 0.00 11.00 1.

cube = 25 N/mm² Anchor size M8 M10 60 60 Embedment depth hnom.5 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 0.2 22. Precalculated values – design resistance values All data applies to: . no edge effects Non-cracked concrete HIT-Z / HIT-Z-R [kN] 15.81 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 3.1 48.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-Z Influence of embedment depth hnom/d f hef = 0.4 22.4 HIT-Z-R Cracked concrete HIT-Z [kN] 11.19 0.6 38.52 0.67 0. no edge effects.6 15.68 0.0 10 / 2012 .2 18.75 1.6 15.6 Cracked concrete HIT-Z / HIT-Z-R [kN] 11.6 24.64 2.0 HIT-Z-R [kN] 11.no effects of dense reinforcement Recommended loads can be calculated by dividing the design resistance by an overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.21 4.01 1.3 [kN] 9.4.7 33.51 0.2 11.04 7.2 21.63 0.6 67.00 2.71 0.4 48.72 4.27 5.4 26.min = [mm] 120 120 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor.0 Shear VRd: single anchor.6 31.temperature range I (see service temperature range) .05 ⋅ (hnom / d) 1.67 20 30 40 0.6 15.60 fc = (d / c) a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin.50 Influence of edge distance a) c/d 4 6 8 10 15 0.39 2. Combined TENSION and SHEAR loading For combined tension and shear loading see section “Anchor Design”.4 58. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.73 5.65 0. without lever arm Non-cracked concrete 504 HIT-Z [kN] 9.57 0. Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.84 6.2 M12 60 120 M16 96 196 M20 100 200 15.77 0.6 38.4 45.42 7.05 ⋅ (hnom / d) 1.2 21.25 3.68 hef/d f hef = 4 4.7 11.3 45.2 18.31 1.

8 10.4 M16 96 196 M20 100 200 80 100 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.5 9.7 10.1 25.5 44. min.6 18.3 14.6 15.2 12.0 HIT-Z-R Cracked concrete cmin [kN] 3.5 6.7 [mm] 40 80 115 110 165 HIT-Z / HIT-Z-R [kN] 6. edge distance (c = cmin) . no edge effects.4 HIT-Z-R [kN] 2.0 Shear VRd: single anchor.4 16.min = [mm] Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 120 120 Tensile NRd: single anchor.8 16.9 38.3 [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 HIT-Z / HIT-Z-R [kN] 6.7 20. min.2 11.0 505 .8 32.6 18.0 [mm] 40 80 115 110 165 HIT-Z [kN] 2.8 32.5 6.1 11. without lever arm Non-cracked concrete cmin 40 80 115 110 [mm] 165 HIT-Z [kN] 3.4 20.min = [mm] 60 60 60 120 120 120 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] Tensile NRd: double anchor.1 11.3 26.5 18.9 28.5 24.3 14.0 Shear VRd: double anchor.4 44.cube = 25 N/mm² Anchor size M8 M10 60 60 Embedment depth hnom.1 7. no edge effects.2 9.9 9. spacing (s = smin) Non-cracked concrete smin [mm] 40 50 60 10 / 2012 HIT-Z / HIT-Z-R Cracked concrete smin [kN] 8.2 14.0 HIT-Z-R [kN] 11.cube = 25 N/mm² (load values are valid for single anchor) Anchor size M8 M10 M12 Embedment depth hnom.4 14.8 7.2 18.8 16.9 [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 HIT-Z [kN] 9.9 40.3 26. min.9 HIT-Z-R Cracked concrete smin [kN] 11.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-Z Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck. without lever arm Non-cracked concrete smin [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 HIT-Z [kN] 9.5 13.5 9.2 20. edge distance (c = cmin) Non-cracked concrete cmin 40 80 [mm] M12 60 120 M16 96 196 M20 100 200 115 110 165 HIT-Z / HIT-Z-R Cracked concrete cmin [kN] 7.2 18.2 12.2 20.9 28.5 9. min. spacing (s = smin) .5 9.6 14.

6 13.4 58.cube = 25 N/mm² Anchor size M8 M10 70 90 Embedment depth hnom.8 15.3 Cracked concrete HIT-Z / HIT-Z-R [kN] 14.5 10 / 2012 .Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-Z Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.4 58.6 5.2 [mm] 40 65 80 90 120 HIT-Z / HIT-Z-R [kN] 7.3 27.8 HIT-Z-R Cracked concrete cmin [kN] 3.9 12.6 70.4 [kN] 9.6 70.6 5.4 24.6 38.9 Shear VRd: single anchor.2 18.5 10.4 34.4 HIT-Z-R Cracked concrete HIT-Z [kN] 11.typ = [mm] Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 130 150 Tensile NRd: single anchor.4 HIT-Z-R [kN] 11.3 7.8 15.6 13.2 21.0 25. no edge effects Non-cracked concrete HIT-Z / HIT-Z-R [kN] 16.7 41.4 M12 110 170 M16 145 245 M20 180 280 80 90 120 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.8 21.1 13.2 58.4 45.6 15.1 27.2 18. without lever arm Non-cracked concrete HIT-Z [kN] 9.2 21. min. no edge effects.5 M12 110 170 M16 145 245 M20 180 280 36.5 9.7 18.typ = [mm] 130 150 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor.8 81. edge distance (c = cmin) Non-cracked concrete cmin 40 65 [mm] HIT-Z / HIT-Z-R Cracked concrete cmin [kN] 9.6 15. min.9 58.6 38.6 7.0 Shear VRd: single anchor.8 21.4 26.1 20. without lever arm Non-cracked concrete 506 cmin [mm] 40 65 80 90 120 HIT-Z [kN] 3.5 10.6 7.4 45.8 [mm] 40 65 80 90 120 HIT-Z [kN] 2.5 9.cube = 25 N/mm² Anchor size M8 M10 70 90 Embedment depth hnom.3 7.5 HIT-Z-R [kN] 2.4 26.0 37. edge distance (c = cmin) .8 17.

0 97. spacing (s = smin) .8 34.3 [kN] 16.1 [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 HIT-Z / HIT-Z-R [kN] 8.6 38.4 HIT-Z-R Cracked concrete HIT-Z [kN] 11.6 15.4 45.4 58.7 21.typ = [mm] 130 150 170 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] Tensile NRd: double anchor.2 64.4 26.4 45.6 15. no edge effects Non-cracked concrete HIT-Z / HIT-Z-R Cracked concrete HIT-Z / HIT-Z-R 10 / 2012 M16 145 245 [kN] 16.4 58.6 38.6 70.2 21.4 45.3 36. no edge effects.4 26.6 68. no edge effects.4 507 .4 26.2 21.3 33.2 18. spacing (s = smin) Non-cracked concrete smin 40 50 60 [mm] M20 180 280 80 100 HIT-Z / HIT-Z-R Cracked concrete smin [kN] 10.6 38.6 15.9 15.4 HIT-Z-R [kN] 11.0 32.2 18.1 44.4 [kN] 9.0 78. without lever arm Non-cracked concrete HIT-Z [kN] 9.2 64.cube = 25 N/mm² (load values are valid for single anchor) Anchor size M8 M10 M12 70 90 110 Embedment depth hnom.1 16.4 45.4 [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 HIT-Z [kN] 9. without lever arm Non-cracked concrete smin [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 HIT-Z [kN] 9.0 25. min.4 24.7 M12 150 210 M16 200 300 M20 220 320 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.6 38.max = [mm] 100 120 160 180 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor.2 18.2 21.6 15.0 25.2 18.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-Z Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.4 26.4 58.6 70.4 HIT-Z-R [kN] 11. no edge effects.4 58.3 Shear VRd: double anchor.4 12.3 Shear VRd: single anchor. min.2 21.4 HIT-Z-R Cracked concrete smin [kN] 11.cube = 25 N/mm² Anchor size M8 M10 Embedment depth hnom.6 70.

4 26.2 21.max = [mm] 100 120 150 160 180 210 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] Tensile NRd: double anchor.2 13.5 15.6 38.1 Shear VRd: single anchor.4 8.cube = 25 N/mm² Anchor size M8 M10 100 120 Embedment depth hnom.7 13.0 57.3 [mm] 40 55 65 80 105 HIT-Z / HIT-Z-R [kN] 9.9 6.6 44.6 6. no edge effects.8 18.1 15.6 38. min.7 13.4 45.4 [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 HIT-Z [kN] 9.4 HIT-Z-R [kN] 11. min.4 26.8 4.max = [mm] Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 160 180 Tensile NRd: single anchor.9 M16 200 300 M20 220 320 80 100 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.1 33. edge distance (c = cmin) .9 HIT-Z-R [kN] 2. min.5 41.9 6.2 13.9 [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 HIT-Z / HIT-Z-R [kN] 10. no edge effects.5 45.8 4. edge distance (c = cmin) Non-cracked concrete cmin 40 55 [mm] M12 150 210 M16 200 300 M20 220 320 65 80 105 HIT-Z / HIT-Z-R Cracked concrete cmin [kN] 10.2 18.4 58. without lever arm Non-cracked concrete cmin 40 55 65 80 [mm] 105 HIT-Z [kN] 3.2 18.6 6.2 20.0 19.6 70.2 21.6 [mm] 40 55 65 80 105 HIT-Z [kN] 2.6 HIT-Z-R Cracked concrete cmin [kN] 3.6 15.4 10 / 2012 .4 58.7 46.3 17.4 8.5 17. min.4 45.2 9.6 18.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-Z Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.6 15. spacing (s = smin) Non-cracked concrete smin [mm] 40 50 60 508 HIT-Z / HIT-Z-R Cracked concrete smin [kN] 11.2 14.1 Shear VRd: double anchor.2 9.4 HIT-Z-R Cracked concrete smin [kN] 11.6 70.cube = 25 N/mm² (load values are valid for single anchor) Anchor size M8 M10 M12 Embedment depth hnom.0 19. spacing (s = smin) .9 38. without lever arm Non-cracked concrete smin [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 HIT-Z [kN] 9.6 38.

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excellent handling and fast curing .. issue 2012-08-08.Two mortar (A and R) versions available with different curing times and same performance High corrosion resistance European Technical Approval CE conformity Approvals / certificates Description No.Manual cleaning for borehole diameter up to 20mm and hef ≤ 10d for non-cracked concrete only ..Embedment depth range: from 60 . / date of issue ETA-11/0493 / 2012-08-08 (Hilti HIT-HY 200-A) a) European technical approval DIBt.Large diameter applications .. Brunswick 3501/676/13 / 2012-08-03 a) All data given in this section according ETA-11/0493 and ETA-12/0084.High loading capacity.Suitable for non-cracked and cracked concrete C 20/25 to C 50/60 . 160 mm for M8 to 120 . 510 Authority / Laboratory 10 / 2012 . 600 mm for M30 .Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-V Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-V Injection mortar system Benefits Hilti HITHY 200-A 500 ml foil pack (also available as 330 ml foil pack) Hilti HITHY 200-R 500 ml foil pack (also available as 330 ml foil pack) Static mixer HIT-V rods HIT-V-R rods HIT-V-HCR rods Concrete Tensile zone Approved automatic cleaning while drilling PROFIS Anchor design software Small edge distance and spacing Variable embedment depth Fire resistance Corrosion resistance ..Max In service temperature range up to 120°C short term/ 72°C long term .Approved automatic cleaning with the use of the hollow drill-bit . Berlin ETA-12/0084 / 2012-08-08 (Hilti HIT-HY 200-R) Fire test report IBMB.Small edge distance and anchor spacing possible .

1 83.0 19.4 177. fck.4 88.7 105.3 124.7 Shear VRk [kN] 9.8 109.0 22.9 145.1 92.8 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 .9 44.0 42.9 30.0 Cracked concrete Tensile NRk HIT-V 5.8 70.2 85.m HIT-V 5.0 33.1 41.0 39.0 15.One anchor material.8 Anchor size Non-cracked concrete Tensile NRk HIT-V 5.0 88.1 92.4 120. anchor HIT-V 5.0 70.6 133. long ter m/short term base material temperature: +24°C/40°C) .8 [kN] 7.7 212.8 224.2 50.8 22. design resistance.8 [kN] 18.Installation temperature range -10°C to +40°C Embedment depth a) and base material thickness for the basic loading data. characteristic resistance. The corresponding load values calculated according to the simplified design method. Mean ultimate resistance.0 Shear VRu.0 16.2 48.0 16.0 61.One typical embedment depth.4 92.0 88.5 Shear VRd HIT-V 5.0 115. as specified in the table .Temperate range I (min.8 70.0 66.0 140.8 Anchor size Non-cracked concrete M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 Tensile NRd HIT-V 5.0 15.3 28.2 62.5 44.0 115.0 64.8 [kN] 9.0 Cracked concrete Tensile NRd HIT-V 5.Concrete C 20/25.m HIT-V 5.0 HIT-V 5.7 Shear VRd HIT-V 5.5 15.0 112.4 104.9 159.9 241. max.0 112.0 Shear VRk HIT-V 5.5 15.5 44. anchor HIT-V 5.8 [kN] 9.8 [kN] 16. recommended loads.4 18.8 31.2 185.5 295.1 17.8 147.Steel failure .0 39.0 10 / 2012 511 .4 27.9 153.0 21.m HIT-V 5.2 12.2 12.4 92.No edge distance and spacing influence .1 Shear VRu.Base material thickness.0 64.8 22.8 31.8 Anchor size Non-cracked concrete M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 Tensile NRu.8 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 [kN] 18.8 [kN] 9. as specified in the tables .0 140.6 111.0 39.0 129.3 79. Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 Typical embedment depth hef [mm] 80 90 110 125 170 210 240 Base material thickness h [mm] 110 120 140 165 220 270 300 a) The allowed range of embedment depth is shown in the setting details.8 147.0 29.8 [kN] 6.Correct setting (See setting instruction) .7 9.9 74.8 [kN] 12.0 21.0 61.cube = 25 N/mm² .m HIT-V 5.2 48.8 [kN] 7. as specified in the table .1 41. M30 270 340 can be Mean ultimate resistance: concrete C 20/25 .0 Cracked concrete Tensile NRu.4 120.8 [kN] 12.3 60.7 187.0 Characteristic resistance: concrete C 20/25 . anchor HIT-V 5.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-V Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to For details see Simplified design method . base material temperature -40°C.

Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-V Recommended loads a): concrete C 20/25 .3 109 277 541 935 1387 1874 10 / 2012 .6 12.3 65.g.8 [kN] 8. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.9 50. Materials Mechanical properties of HIT-V Anchor size HIT-V 5. Service temperature range Hilti HIT-HY 200 injection mortar may be applied in the temperature ranges given below.8 tensile strength f uk HIT-V-R HIT-V-HCR HIT-V 5.6 58. as a result of diurnal cycling. Max long term base material temperature Long-term elevated base material temperatures are roughly constant over significant periods of time.8 Nominal HIT-V 8.5 53.8 Yield strength fyk HIT-V -R HIT-V-HCR Stressed crossHIT-V section As Moment of resistance HIT-V W 512 [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] M8 500 800 700 800 400 640 450 640 M10 500 800 700 800 400 640 450 640 M12 500 800 700 800 400 640 450 640 M16 500 800 700 800 400 640 450 640 M20 500 800 700 800 400 640 450 640 M24 500 800 700 700 400 640 450 400 M27 500 800 500 700 400 640 210 400 M30 500 800 500 700 400 640 210 400 [mm²] 36.0 22.0 22.4.2 19.8 [kN] 4. anchor HIT-V 5.8 Anchor size Non-cracked concrete M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 Tensile Nrec HIT-V 5.5 88.1 8.6 13.3 157 245 353 459 561 [mm³] 31.7 43.0 74.3 34. Maximum long term base material temperature +24 °C +50 °C +72 °C Base material temperature Temperature range Temperature range I Temperature range II Temperature range III -40 °C to +40 °C -40 °C to +80 °C -40 °C to +120 °C Maximum short term base material temperature +40 °C +80 °C +120 °C Max short term base material temperature Short-term elevated base material temperatures are those that occur over brief intervals.1 8.0 84.9 Shear Vrec HIT-V 5.7 80.2 62.0 28.7 80.0 HIT-V 5.3 65.8 [kN] 5.4 Shear Vrec [kN] 5.9 50.4 61.0 44.1 63. An elevated base material temperature may lead to a reduction of the design bond resistance.9 31. e.7 13.0 Cracked concrete Tensile Nrec HIT-V 5.8 6.8 20.8 HIT-V 8.3 34.6 12.8 a) With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.

A5 > 8% ductile strength class 70 for ≤ M24 and class 50 for M27 to M30.4404. 1. 1. 1. 1.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-V Material quality Part Threaded rod HIT-V(F) Threaded rod HIT-V(F) Threaded rod HIT-V-R Threaded rod HIT-V-HCR Washer ISO 7089 Nut EN ISO 4032 Material Strength class 5. 1. 1. high corrosion resistant steel. proceed to the “injection preparation” step in the instructions for use. 1. Stainless steel grade A4.4362 High corrosion resistant steel. 1. steel galvanized ≥ 5 µm.4571. 1.4439. 1. 1.4401. Strength class 70.2 = 400 N/mm². 1. dispenser Setting instruction Bore hole drilling Drill hole to the required embedment depth with an appropriately sized Hilti TE-CD or TE-YD hollow drill bit with Hilti vacuum attachment. Rp 0. 1.4439.4578. hot dipped galvanized.4401. hot dipped galvanized ≥ 45 µm. 1.8.4565 Anchor dimensions Anchor size Anchor rod HIT-V. set of cleaning brushes.4529. HIT-V-HCR M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 Anchor rods HIT-V (-R / -HCR) are available in variable length Setting installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer Other tools. 1. 10 / 2012 513 . This drilling method properly cleans the borehole and removes dust while drilling. 1.4439.4578.4362 Strength class 70. hammer drilling M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 TE 2 – TE 16 TE 40 – TE 70 compressed air gun or blow out pump.4578.4571. 1. A5 > 8% ductile steel galvanized ≥ 5 µm. Stainless steel.4401.4404. A5 > 8% ductile M24 to M30: Rm = 700 N/mm². After drilling is complete. 1. stainless steel grade A4.2 = 640 N/mm². A5 > 8% ductile steel galvanized ≥ 5 µm.4565 strength ≤ M20: Rm = 800 N/mm². 1.4571. Rp 0. Drill Hole to the required embedment depth with a hammer drill set in rotation-hammer mode using an appropriately sized carbide drill bit. 1. 1.4565 Strength class 8. Strength class 8.4362 High corrosion resistant steel.4529.8. (F) hot dipped galvanized ≥ 45 µm. HIT-V-R. 1.4404.4529. 1. (F) hot dipped galvanized ≥ 45 µm. A5 > 8% ductile Steel galvanized. 1.

Blow out again with manual pump at least 4 times until return air stream is free of noticeable dust. Brush 2 times with the specified brush size by inserting the steel brush Hilti HIT-RB to the back of the hole (if needed with extension) in a twisting motion and removing it. Blow out at least 4 times from the back of the bore hole until return air stream is free of noticeable dust Brush 4 times with the specified brush size by inserting the steel brush Hilti HIT-RB to the back of the hole (if needed with extension) in a twisting motion and removing it. The brush must produce natural resistance as it enters the bore hole -. The brush must produce natural resistance as it enters the bore hole -. 6 bar at 6 m³/h) until return air stream is free of noticeable dust. a) Manual Cleaning (MC) non-cracked concrete only for bore hole diameters d0 ≤ 20mm and bore hole depth h0 ≤ 10d The Hilti manual pump may be used for blowing out bore holes up to diameters d0 ≤ 20 mm and embedment depths up to hef ≤ 10d. b) Compressed air cleaning (CAC) for all bore hole diameters d0 and all bore hole depth h0 Blow 2 times from the back of the hole (if needed with nozzle extension) over the hole length with oil-free compressed air (min.if not the brush is too small and must be replaced with the proper brush diameter. 514 10 / 2012 . Blow again with compressed air 2 times until return air stream is free of noticeable dust.if not the brush is too small and must be replaced with the proper brush diameter. the bore hole must be free of dust and debris.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-V Bore hole cleaning Just before setting an anchor. Bore hole diameter ≥ 32 mm the compressor must supply a minimum air flow of 140 m³/hour.

After injection is completed. extension(s) and appropriately sized piston plug. The applied installation torque shall not exceed Tmax. Mark and set element to the required embedment depth untill working time twork has elapsed. Fill holes approximately 2/3 full. For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product. Insert piston plug to back of the hole and inject adhesive. 3 strokes for 500 ml foil pack. Discard initial adhesive. depressurize the dispenser by pressing the release trigger. Setting the element Before use.g. verify that the element is dry and free of oil and other contaminants. Check foil pack holder for proper function. Discard quantities are: 2 strokes for 330 ml foil pack. Observe the instruction for use of the dispenser. Do not use damaged foil packs / holders. Overhead installation and/or installation with embedment depth hef > 250mm. wedges Loading the anchor: After required curing time tcure the anchor can be loaded. For overhead installation the injection is only possible with the aid of extensions and piston plugs. 4 strokes for 500 ml foil pack ≤ 5°C. This will prevent further adhesive discharge from the mixer. Depending on the size of the foil pack an initial amount of adhesive has to be discarded. For overhead installation use piston plugs and fix embedded parts with e. During injection the piston plug will be naturally extruded out of the bore hole by the adhesive pressure. Do not modify the mixing nozzle. 10 / 2012 515 . slowly withdrawing the mixer with each trigger pull.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-V Injection preparation Tightly attach new Hilti mixing nozzle HIT-RE-M to foil pack manifold (snug fit). Inject adhesive from the back of the borehole without forming air voids Inject the adhesive starting at the back of the hole. Swing foil pack holder with foil pack into HITdispenser. or as required to ensure that the annular gap between the anchor and the concrete is completely filled with adhesive along the embedment length. The foil pack opens automatically as dispensing is initiated. Assemble HIT-RE-M mixer.

5 hour 7 hour 50 min 4 hour 25 min 2 hour 15 min 1 hour 7 min 30 min 4 min 30 min 3 min 30 min Setting details d0 Marking of the embedment depth performed in field df Bore hole depth h0 = anchorage depth hef Fixture Thickness tfix Thickness of concrete member h 516 10 / 2012 . curing time Temperature of the base material -10 °C to -5 °C -4 °C to 0 °C 1 °C to 5 °C 6 °C to 10 °C 11 °C to 20 °C 21 °C to 30 °C 31 °C to 40 °C Temperature of the base material -10 °C to -5 °C -4 °C to 0 °C 1 °C to 5 °C 6 °C to 10 °C 11 °C to 20 °C 21 °C to 30 °C 31 °C to 40 °C Hilti HIT-HY 200-R Working time in which anchor Curing time before anchor can be inserted and adjusted twork can be loaded tcure 3 hour 20 hour 2 hour 7 hour 1 hour 3 hour 40 min 2 hour 15 min 1 hour 9 min 1 hour 6 min 1 hour Hilti HIT-HY 200-A Working time in which anchor Curing time before anchor can be inserted and adjusted twork can be loaded tcure 1.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-V Working time.

10 / 2012 517 .sp 1.N ccr.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-V Setting details Anchor size Nominal diameter of drill bit Effective embedment and a) drill hole depth range for HIT-V Minimum base material thickness M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 d0 [mm] 10 12 14 18 22 28 30 35 hef.N [mm] 1.min ≤ hef ≤ hef.0 > h / hef > 1. c) h: base material thickness (h ≥ hmin). hef: embedment depth d) The critical edge distance for concrete cone failure depends on the embedment depth hef and the design bond resistance.max b) Maximum recommended torque moment to avoid splitting failure during installation with minimum spacing and/or edge distance.3 2.0 for h / hef ≤ 1.max [mm] 160 200 240 320 400 480 540 600 hmin [mm] Diameter of clearance df hole in the fixture b) hef + 30 mm hef + 2 d0 [mm] 9 12 14 18 22 26 30 33 [Nm] 10 20 40 80 150 200 270 300 Torque moment Tmax Minimum spacing smin [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 120 135 150 Minimum edge distance cmin [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 120 135 150 Critical spacing for splitting failure scr. The simplified formula given in this table is on the safe side.sp [mm] 4.8 h for 2.0 ⋅ hef Critical edge distance for splitting failure c) ccr.5 hef For spacing (or edge distance) smaller than critical spacing (or critical edge distance) the design loads have to be reduced.3 scr.min [mm] 60 60 70 80 90 96 108 120 hef.26 hef Critical spacing for concrete cone failure Critical edge distance for concrete cone failure d) for h / hef ≥ 2.1.6 hef . a) Embedment depth range: hef.sp [mm] 2 ccr.N [mm] 2 ccr.

Combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance: 0 NRd.3 13.3 187.N Basic design tensile resistance Design steel resistance NRd.8 NRd.N ⋅ f2.c = N0Rd.N ⋅ f3. For an optimized design.7 M12 28.sp ⋅ f3.p = N Rd.N ⋅ fh. anchor calculation can be performed using PROFIS anchor design software. The influencing factors must then be considered for each edge distance and spacing.7 M16 52.6 44.3 244.sp = N Rd.8 84.0 19.sp ⋅ fh. (The method may also be applied for anchor groups with more than two anchors or more than one edge distance. The simplified calculated design loads take a conservative approach: They will be lower than the exact values according to ETAG 001. TENSION loading The design tensile resistance is the lower value of . Design resistance according data given in ETA-11/0493 issued 2012-08-08 for HIT-HY 200-A and ETA-12/0084 issued 2012-08-08 for HIT-HY 200-R. TR 029.Steel resistance: NRd.9 M30 187.3 299.0 44.7 M24 118.s Anchor size HIT-V 5.3 M10 19.Concrete cone resistance: NRd.0 130.4 152.N ⋅ fh.1 10 / 2012 .s .7 21.0 132. For more complex fastening applications please use the anchor design software PROFIS Anchor.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-V Simplified design method Simplified version of the design method according ETAG 001.sp ⋅ f2.p ⋅ fB. Influence of concrete strength Influence of edge distance Influence of spacing Valid for a group of two anchors.3 98.7 80. Both mortars possess identical technical load performance.s HIT-V-R HIT-V-HCR 518 [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] M8 12.0 188.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.0 130.3 30.N ⋅ f2.6 M27 153.7 92.N ⋅ f3.8 HIT-V 8.7 84.N ⋅ fre. TR 029.0 M20 82.p ⋅ f1.N - Concrete splitting resistance (only non-cracked concrete): 0 NRd.0 58.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.9 19.p ⋅ fre.N ⋅ fre.9 30. The design method is based on the following simplification: No different loads are acting on individual anchors (no eccentricity) The values are valid for one anchor.7 31.1 117.N .

p Temperature range II [kN] N0Rd.88 0.4 7.5 62.5 6.6 0.N ⋅ f3.9 149.2 62.1 23.5 73.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.9 77.N ⋅ fh.95 1 f 2.0 46. These influencing factors must be considered for every edge distance smaller than the critical edge distance.cube/25N/mm²)0.sp = 0.34 1.p Temperature range I [kN] N0Rd.N ≤ 1 f 1.3 69.00 1.sp ⋅ f2.N ⋅ fre.3 48.7 124.N = 0.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.97 1 0.0 4.N c/ccr.7 5.1 24.sp ≤ 1 f 2.4 39.9 118.1 39.00 1.4 15.22 1.typ [mm] Non-cracked concrete N0Rd.sp = 0.3⋅c/ccr.0 44.2 0.00 Influence of embedment depth on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance fh.80 0.3 18.8 0.2 47.N ⋅ fre.6 135.75 0.typ Influence of concrete strength on concrete cone resistance Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 fB = (f ck.N ⋅ f2.82 0.4 M30 124.41 a) fck.p ⋅ fB.9 83.5 9.3 19.2 32.48 1.3 0.90 0.9 22.N ⋅ f2.7 100.p = C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 C 45/55 C 50/60 1.sp = N0Rd.N Design splitting resistance a) NRd.N = 0.p = N0Rd.91 0.p ⋅ fre.94 0.1 175.N Anchor size Typical embedment depth hef = hef.73 0.0 32.sp f 1.c = N0Rd.4 90.8 M27 104.4 0.9 Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) f B.3 17.00 1. 10 / 2012 519 .7 Design concrete cone resistance NRd.1 0.6 31.p Temperature range II [kN] N0Rd.p ⋅ f1.2 48.1 28.3 [kN] N0Rd.1 169.1 91.70 0.60 0.7 19.sp) ≤ 1 a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin.N Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 N0Rd.p Temperature range I [kN] N0Rd.85 0.00 1.5 0.7 27.1 1.5 88.4 60.N) ≤ 1 0.9 1 0.4 57.7 + 0.p = hef/hef.0 12.55 0.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.cube = concrete compressive strength.5 123.85 0.6 32.00 1.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-V Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance NRd.4 26. M24 85.3⋅c/ccr.65 0.79 0.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.5 a) 1 1.7 + 0.c Cracked concrete a) Splitting resistance must only be considered for non-cracked concrete.1 6.sp ⋅ f3.2 14.8 59.6 70.7 22.2 113.3 74. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.2 169.55 Influence of edge distance a) c/ccr.p Temperature range III [kN] M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 80 90 110 125 170 210 240 270 22.7 0.76 0.p Temperature range III [kN] Cracked concrete N0Rd.N ⋅ f3.4 212.0 15.c Non-cracked concrete [kN] 20.sp ⋅ f h.5 38.6 155.00 1.N ⋅ fh.

9 31.c = V0Rd.2 19.4 M20 48.N 0.p and k ⋅ NRd.9 1 0.5 70.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-V Influence of anchor spacing a) s/scr. This influencing factor must be considered for every anchor spacing.0 M30 112.sp f 3.c Cracked concrete V0Rd.N = 0.4 0.5 10 / 2012 .cp = lower valuea) of k ⋅ NRd.2 50.8 f re.60 0.8 VRd.c Anchor size Non-cracked concrete 0 V Rd.5 37.cp = k ⋅ lower value of NRd.4 M12 16.s HIT-V-R HIT-V-HCR [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] M8 7.2 48.3 0.8 18.N) ≤ 1 0.s Anchor size HIT-V 5.typ)1. If in the area of anchorage there is reinforcement with a spacing ≥ 150 mm (any diameter) or with a diameter ≤ 10 mm and a spacing ≥ 100 mm.2 58.5 Influence of reinforcement hef [mm] 60 70 80 90 ≥ 100 a) a) a) a) 0.4 55.p and NRd.5 53.5⋅(1 + s/scr.c 520 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 [kN] 5.Steel resistance: - Concrete pryout resistance: .3 92.2 M16 31.3 50.0 M10 12.5 0.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Design concrete edge resistance VRd. NRd.8 0.6 44.2 27.1 s/scr.3 12. SHEAR loading The design shear resistance is the lower value of .0 36.65 0.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Basic design shear resistance Design steel resistance VRd.2 6.c VRd.70 0.0 179.9 M27 92.0 18.6 11.85 0.c k=2 a) NRd.0 8.8 110.4 112.0 147.85 0.5⋅(1 + s/scr.4 12.8 79.90 0.95 1 0.8 78.c: Design concrete cone resistance = V0Rd.sp = 0.8 27.7 0.sp) ≤ 1 a) The anchor spacing shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin.8 HIT-V 8.N = (hef/hef. Influence of embedment depth on concrete cone resistance fh.5 + hef/200mm ≤ 1 a) This factor applies only for dense reinforcement.55 0.N = 1 may be applied.1 78.2 0.80 0.7 27.2 13.2 12.75 0.p: Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance.4 35.2 19.9 8. then a factor fre.6 0.6 18.N = 0.0 [kN] 4.4 M24 70.1 8.Concrete edge resistance: VRd.95 1 f 3.s VRd.3 Design concrete pryout resistance VRd.2 25.9 0.

15 2.55 5.86 4.40 1.84 1.83 2.55 Influence of angle between load applied and the direction perpendicular to the free edge Angle ß fβ = 0° 10° 20° 30° 40° 50° 60° 70° 80° ≥ 90° 1 1.71 6.6 0.75 6.00 1.99 5.35 0.2 1.30 2.84 1.00 1.94 4.84 1.26 6.83 2.78 7.99 7.25 12.90 3.76 4.98 5.00 8.32 2.36 3.00 1 (cos αV )2 +  sin αV  2  2.41 5.25 4.11 3.15 6.50 9.44 4.75 0.27 7.56 4.5 ⋅ c)} 1/2 ≤1 Influence of anchor spacing and edge distance a) for concrete edge resistance: f4 f4 = (c/hef)1.37 2.64 1.75 5.65 0.84 5.12 4.74 7.38 1.04 5.24 1.00 9.3 0.65 0.5 Single anchor 0.68 3.57 2.17 8.44 6.00 1.65 0.83 2.89 7.55 4.77 1.00 1.00 1.65 0.38 3.06 4.04 7.67 9.00 1.05 6.40 1.59 1.87 4.50 8.86 5.02 8.46 3.08 5.84 0.63 7.56 3.53 1.35 0.55 3.12 1.25 8.65 0.73 7.93 6. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.83 2.84 1.13 1.16 7.64 4.40 1.5  Influence of base material thickness h/c fh = {h/(1.66 8.84 1.22 9.32 2.32 2.50 2.31 7.40 1.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-V Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 fB = (f ck.45 7.20 5.50 6.50 6.00 3.73 4.49 2.18 6.65 1.33 a) The anchor spacing and the edge minimum edge distance cmin.96 5.15 0.35 0.33 4.17 2.65 0.73 8.65 2.32 1.02 7.95 2.75 10.38 3.61 3.21 8.98 3.97 2.82 1.88 2.43 5.90 6.98 1.43 0.32 0.35 0.71 0.00 1.25 3.81 3.63 6.61 5.07 1.01 1.65 1.00 1.45 5.32 2.39 8.35 0.90 5.96 3.48 1.81 7.49 8.31 8.75 10.75 1.67 5.50 0.56 4.83 4.87 6.22 8.94 9.29 6.00 11.95 3.75 4.95 1.50 12.50 3.88 1.27 6.20 3.56 4.65 0.14 5.44 2.50 9.25 5.63 2.32 2.62 7.41 a) fck.77 2.35 5.84 0.25 5.05 1.19 3.99 8.49 1.03 6.22 7.69 2.12 2.32 2.68 1.35 0.55 10.15 4.00 3.57 4.41 5.27 0.85 distance shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin and the 521 .35 4.84 1.38 5.65 0.36 4.00 1.47 2.36 6.97 10.54 6.55 7.51 3.70 6.31 6.18 5.17 9.06 2.11 4.25 9.5 0.33 5.08 7.84 1.50 8.45 8.75 7.92 8.76 4.55 0.47 7.40 1.26 10.00 1.15 3.50 4.83 2.38 3.40 1.75 4.56 3.38 9.99 9.32 2.78 7.25 7.63 0.88 9.95 3.79 9.50 7.65 0.95 3.25 5.69 7.65 0.35 0.25 6.95 3.00 1.84 1.91 5.38 3.65 2.00 4.35 ≥ 1.15 4.45 0.35 0.cube/25N/mm²)1/2 a) 1 1.25 2.63 0.98 2.35 0.75 0.32 1.21 4.52 3.59 6.38 3.40 1.54 6.60 4.00 6.25 1.25 3.11 8.20 5.32 2.65 0.00 1.20 2.56 4.75 7.20 5.22 1.95 3.26 3.74 3.55 4.32 3.83 1.85 6.86 3.5 ⋅ (1 + s / [3 ⋅ c]) ⋅ 0.50 11.51 4.40 1.84 1.95 8.56 2.83 2.40 0.59 8.55 6.00 6.75 0.90 4.35 0.40 1.22 1.09 9.72 5.75 7.40 1.72 8.10 6.73 3.75 2.25 0.89 0.32 2.02 10.00 5.45 0.50 5.08 6.40 1.45 9.83 8.76 3.00 7.03 3.28 4.83 2.54 0. c/hef 10 / 2012 Group of two anchors s/hef 3.36 7.90 8.16 7.84 1.81 3.34 1.83 6.00 5.68 4.18 5.81 6.35 0.95 3.9 1.50 0.65 0.77 0.25 0.35 0.38 3.30 5.42 7.94 2.86 5.25 6.40 1.83 2.35 0.26 5.cube = concrete compressive strength.35 0.30 6.57 5.50 5.84 1.38 2.74 10.87 5.38 3.00 1.50 1.32 2.05 1.96 7.00 2.75 4.38 1.26 1.16 3.1 1.75 6.00 0.63 5.35 0.

minimum thickness of base material .39 2.67 20 30 40 0. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.65 0.64 2.4.42 7. 522 10 / 2012 .72 4.05 ⋅ (hef / d) 1.21 4.68 hef/d f hef = 4 4. Precalculated values – design resistance values All data applies to: .non-cracked concrete C 20/25 – fck.67 0.77 0.04 7.51 0.cube =25 N/mm² .52 0.81 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 3.73 5.25 3.01 1.84 6.00 2.57 0.27 5.5 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 0.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-V Influence of embedment depth hef/d f hef = 0.05 ⋅ (hef / d) 1.19 10 15 0.71 0. Combined TENSION and SHEAR loading For combined tension and shear loading see section “Anchor Design”.31 1.no effects of dense reinforcement Recommended loads can be calculated by dividing the design resistance by an overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.75 1.50 Influence of edge distance a) c/d 4 6 8 0.60 fc = (d / c) a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin.68 0.63 0.temperature range I (see service temperature range) .

0 45.1 58.8 [kN] 2.7 14.3 63.6 10.8 [kN] 7.8 / 8.2 48.8 31.7 HIT-V-R / -HCR 10 / 2012 523 .1 Shear VRd: single anchor.2 9.min [mm] 60 60 70 80 90 96 108 120 Base material thickness h = hmin [mm] 90 90 100 116 134 152 168 190 Edge distance c = cmin [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 120 135 150 24.3 12.6 88.0 10.1 20.6 75.7 16.2 48.4 27.1 20.5 4.5 55. no edge effects.8 63.1 27.9 5.1 7.0 18.8 9.0 13.0 4.0 16.0 16.3 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.7 7.9 63.4 16.4 16.5 58.0 41.9 21.3 12.4 26.9 36.8 / 8.cube = 25 N/mm² .8 / 8.5 3.2 Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.4 31.cube = 25 N/mm² .8 [kN] 7.3 63. no edge effects Non-cracked concrete HIT-V 5.3 75.8 19.8 [kN] 7.8 [kN] HIT-V 8.7 12.8 22.0 18.5 63.0 41.3 53.0 15.8 / 8.2 8.9 HIT-V-R / -HCR Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.8 31.3 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 12.9 36.2 13.5 25.9 48.8 [kN] HIT-V-R [kN] HIT-V-HCR [kN] Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.3 17.0 13.3 75.min [mm] 60 60 70 80 90 96 108 120 h = hmin [mm] 90 90 100 116 138 152 168 190 Tensile NRd: single anchor.0 13.9 36.2 HIT-V 8.minimum embedment depth Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 hef = hef.9 17.8 [kN] 12.8 19.5 41.minimum embedment depth Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 Embedment depth Base material thickness M27 M30 hef = hef.8 [kN] 12.4 HIT-V-R / -HCR Shear VRd: single anchor.1 20.4 16.0 13.8 [kN] 3.2 12.2 35.3 63.0 16.4 26.0 13.9 6.3 Embedment depth Tensile NRd: single anchor.2 HIT-V 8.1 53.5 20.4 20.1 24.3 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 12.2 34.1 57.5 31.1 45.0 24.1 63.0 41.5 31.7 HIT-V-R / -HCR Cracked concrete HIT-V 5. min.8 / 8. min.0 13.5 88.1 18.2 34.9 19.2 12.1 45.8 57.3 18.8 [kN] HIT-V-R / -HCR 12.0 15.7 13.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-V Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.6 48.5 4.5 36.9 53.3 48.4 26.0 24.3 11.1 27.0 13.3 HIT-V-R [kN] 8.0 6.8 16.5 22.4 27. without lever arm Non-cracked concrete HIT-V 5.8 88.2 34.8 [kN] 3.2 28. edge distance (c = cmin).2 HIT-V-R [kN] 8.0 24. edge distance (c = cmin) Non-cracked concrete HIT-V 5.1 45. without lever arm Non-cracked concrete HIT-V 5.0 26.5 31.4 26.9 12.9 15.

9 125 110 120 140 161 Base material thickness h = hmin [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor.9 21.2 50.0 147.0 170 210 240 270 214 266 300 340 62.6 HIT-V 5.8 31.2 85.8 / 8.5 11.3 12.8 [kN] 6.5 98.8 62.0 179.cube = 25 N/mm² .2 58.9 74.4 27.5 4.9 92.cube = 25 N/mm² .4 39.9 53.3 124.4 Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.0 18.1 78.5 HIT-V 8.0 19.4 44. no edge effects Non-cracked concrete HIT-V 5.0 12.4 44.2 35.8 [kN] 12.0 112.4 25.8 79.2 HIT-V 8.4 70.2 50.7 32.1 39.8 [kN] 7.8 78.1 39.2 12.4 112.8 [kN] 7.8 [kN] 12.2 HIT-V 8.1 78.3 24.4 39.4 85.0 16.0 18.4 70.8 110. min.2 62.0 16.0 147.3 28.9 53.0 18.7 62.2 80 9.4 104.5 9.3 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 12.8 [kN] 12. spacing (s = smin).8 110.3 10 / 2012 .3 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 12.3 104. no edge effects.4 17.2 Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.2 12.1 39.7 48.6 39.8 [kN] 19.0 112.0 32.0 18.8 [kN] 7.6 90 16. no edge effects.8 79.4 32.4 27.8 19.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-V Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.4 55.5 Cracked concrete 150 18.4 55.4 104.0 18.0 16.8 / 8.8 31.typ [mm] 7.9 53.4 44. without lever arm Non-cracked concrete HIT-V 5.3 24.4 27. no edge effects.3 124.0 18.8 [kN] 12.3 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 12.6 15.9 10.8 [kN] 7.2 HIT-V-R [kN] 13.9 HIT-V-R / -HCR Shear VRd: single anchor.4 27.4 25.8 78.3 92.3 60.4 112.8 31.3 12.7 7.0 179.2 35.2 12.2 HIT-V 8.8 HIT-V-R / -HCR Embedment depth Base material thickness Spacing 38.7 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.2 50.9 48.typical embedment depth Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 hef = hef.7 58.min [mm] 60 60 70 80 90 96 108 120 h = hmin [mm] 90 90 100 116 134 152 168 190 40 50 60 80 100 120 135 s = smin [mm] Tensile NRd: double anchor.minimum embedment depth (load values are valid for single anchor) Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 hef = hef.4 HIT-V-R [kN] 8.8 [kN] 3.2 62.9 HIT-V-R / -HCR Shear VRd: double anchor. without lever arm Non-cracked concrete HIT-V 5.2 50.2 HIT-V-R / -HCR Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.8 / 8.8 19.2 48.9 31.4 44.4 32.7 13.5 70.4 524 28.2 48.0 32.4 85.4 HIT-V-R [kN] 8.4 18.9 21.5 124.5 70.0 Embedment depth [kN] 25.2 58.2 32.5 HIT-V-R [kN] 8.1 62. spacing (s = smin) Non-cracked concrete HIT-V 5.2 62.3 12.7 9.4 27.0 39.2 44.3 80.4 7.5 44.8 / 8.3 92.3 15.3 48.4 85.8 110 22.4 88.2 39.8 19.9 92.2 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 19. min.

3 7.typ [mm] 80 90 110 125 170 210 240 270 h = hmin [mm] 110 120 140 161 214 266 300 40 50 60 80 100 120 135 s [mm] Tensile NRd: double anchor.0 177.2 16.2 50.8 / 8.6 HIT-V-R / -HCR Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.5 17.4 92.2 12.3 29.typical embedment depth Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 hef = hef.6 70.3 525 . spacing (s = smin).typical embedment depth (load values are valid for single anchor) Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 Embedment depth Base material thickness Spacing 10 / 2012 M27 M30 hef = hef.8 70.2 HIT-V-R / -HCR Shear VRd: single anchor.8 19. no edge effects.8 [kN] 3.6 3.8 / 8.3 12.6 11.typ [mm] 80 90 110 125 170 210 240 270 h = hmin [mm] 110 120 140 161 214 266 300 340 40 50 60 80 100 120 Edge distance c = cmin [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor.2 8.2 16.3 55.3 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 9.4 13.2 44.7 HIT-V-R / -HCR 135 150 50.2 10. edge distance (c = cmin) .4 70.2 13.0 340 150 69.5 60.cube = 25 N/mm² .1 48.5 24.8 147.8 19.8 31.4 112.0 HIT-V-R [kN] 8.7 5.6 6.1 79.2 HIT-V-R / -HCR Shear VRd: double anchor. without lever arm Non-cracked concrete HIT-V 5.8 [kN] 3.8 110. min. min.4 78.6 17.9 92.3 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 12.5 41.0 58.1 22.9 30.0 26.8 / 8.2 34.5 25.5 HIT-V-R / -HCR Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.5 49. edge distance (c = cmin) Non-cracked concrete HIT-V 5.5 48.2 35.9 52.8 110.cube = 25 N/mm² .1 12.1 40.0 16.6 HIT-V-R / -HCR Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.0 HIT-V 8.7 63.3 12.2 HIT-V-R [kN] 8.8 [kN] 9.7 63.3 55. no edge effects.0 126.4 26.8 5.0 34.3 11.2 12.0 41.1 79.4 92.0 18.4 27.8 31.8 / 8.4 11.4 35.8 / 8.0 Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.2 50.4 27.4 78.5 18.6 86.1 58.8 [kN] 11.2 23. min. spacing (s = smin) Non-cracked concrete HIT-V 5.2 48.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-V Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.4 13.1 40.7 Embedment depth Base material thickness Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.4 26.8 / 8.0 18.8 [kN] 4.8 20.8 70.9 106.2 58.6 5.9 92. without lever arm Non-cracked concrete HIT-V 5.5 36.5 48.0 HIT-V 8.8 [kN] 9.8 [kN] 12.3 112.2 48.8 [kN] 2.6 112.0 16.8 [kN] 7.5 19.6 15. min.2 35.8 [kN] 7.

7 61.2 50. edge distance (c = cmin) .0 96.4 46.6 98.2 85.0 19.8 [kN] 4.2 HIT-V 8.0 5.0 52.7 61.7 48.3 92.5 21.7 7.0 147.2 48.8 [kN] 11.8 78.1 117.3 92.8 [kN] 8.8 12.5 70.8 16.8 19.8 19.3 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 11.3 HIT-V-R [kN] 11.9 5.4 112.3 12.3 28.9 187.4 152.9 HIT-V-R / -HCR Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.7 44.4 112. no edge effects.2 50.3 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 12.5 21.8 16. min.8 79.8 / 8.4 46. without lever arm Non-cracked concrete HIT-V 5.6 153.8 [kN] 12.6 58.4 31.3 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.1 13.3 92.2 73.9 25.2 35.8 [kN] 3.1 67.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-V a) Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.8 110.3 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 12.8 / 8.8 [kN] 2.5 21.4 27.2 73.4 27.0 18.8 / 8.4 46.4 HIT-V-R / -HCR a) d = element diameter 135 150 73.3 187.8 [kN] 7.1 132.4 55.1 22.2 6.4 a) d = element diameter M27 324 M30 360 384 430 82.2 73.cube = 25 N/mm² .8 [kN] 12.4 HIT-V-R [kN] 8.4 27.2 12.6 48.9 HIT-V-R / -HCR Shear VRd: single anchor.4 70.5 22. edge distance (c = cmin) Non-cracked concrete HIT-V 5.3 30.8 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 19.4 18.3 30.embedment depth = 12 d Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 96 120 144 192 240 288 Embedment depth hef = 12 d a) [mm] 126 150 174 228 284 344 Base material thickness h = hmin [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor.9 92.7 HIT-V 8.cube = 25 N/mm² .0 104.3 48.7 58.3 HIT-V 8.7 74.0 104.5 116.3 Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.7 33.2 12.6 80.4 70.5 70.7 33.7 33.4 46.0 16.8 [kN] 7.9 92.0 112. min. no edge effects Non-cracked concrete HIT-V 5.7 74.7 85.1 78.4 27.4 Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.0 18.2 50.2 58.3 191.3 118.8 [kN] 12.0 147.8 [kN] 19.5 9.8 4.8 79.0 18.8 / 8.2 48.0 112.8 16.5 27.2 35.2 34.9 18.5 12.2 58.8 78.0 16.1 42.0 179.8 [kN] 11.0 12.7 61.8 110.6 HIT-V-R [kN] 13.7 85.3 163.8 16.2 50.4 68.0 137.9 21.4 HIT-V-R [kN] 8. without lever arm Non-cracked concrete HIT-V 5.2 HIT-V 8.0 Embedment depth hef = 12 d Base material thickness 526 10 / 2012 .6 24.3 12.7 85.5 21.6 136.8 31.8 38.0 18.4 55.9 HIT-V-R / -HCR Shear VRd: single anchor.1 78.7 61.7 44.6 Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.7 33.9 31.embedment depth = 12 d a) Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 a) [mm] 96 120 144 192 240 288 324 360 h = hmin [mm] 126 150 174 228 284 344 384 430 40 50 60 80 100 120 Edge distance c = cmin [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor.0 179.8 31.

0 a) d = element diameter Spacing 10 / 2012 150 104.2 50.4 92.2 27. spacing (s = smin) .embedment depth = 12 d a) (load values are valid for single anchor) Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 96 120 144 192 240 288 Embedment depth hef = 12 d a) [mm] Base material thickness h = hmin [mm] 126 150 174 228 284 344 M27 324 M30 360 384 430 40 50 60 80 100 120 135 s=smin [mm] Tensile NRd: double anchor.4 27.0 19.9 89.4 HIT-V-R [kN] 13.2 48.0 Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.5 40.0 HIT-V 8.0 HIT-V 8.8 [kN] 14.2 50.0 17.2 35.0 17.8 [kN] 7. no edge effects.4 78.4 78.2 HIT-V-R [kN] 8.8 110.9 80.8 110.2 35. no edge effects.7 66.0 179.8 19.1 79.4 20.8 19.2 12.1 26.8 57.3 112.4 112.2 58.8 57.3 12.6 104.8 [kN] 5.3 104.0 179.9 89.4 27.8 147.8 31.5 15.8 [kN] 12.5 40.9 89.8 70.4 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 14. without lever arm Non-cracked concrete HIT-V 5. spacing (s = smin) Non-cracked concrete HIT-V 5.3 12. min.1 26.2 50.4 112.4 HIT-V 8.1 26.0 18.8 [kN] 7.8 [kN] 12.0 16.5 40.1 55.0 74.9 92.4 70.4 78.3 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 12.5 40.4 92.0 16.2 58.9 20.8 [kN] 11. min.0 74.5 48.8 31.4 20.0 74.3 55.4 Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIT-V Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.8 57.8 70.3 527 .2 HIT-V-R [kN] 8.5 48.4 70.4 26.9 92.5 8.8 / 8.0 74.4 78.0 18.2 27.4 HIT-V-R / -HCR Shear VRd: double anchor.3 26.6 98.2 50.8 57.1 79.2 12.5 40.8 112.2 48.3 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 11.8 147.3 55.6 77.cube = 25 N/mm² .

Manual cleaning for anchor size M8 and M10 .In service temperature range up to 120°C short term/72°C long term .Corrosion resistant . 528 10 / 2012 .Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIS-(R)N Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIS-(R)N Injection mortar system Benefits Hilti HITHY 200-A 500 ml foil pack (also available as 330 ml) Hilti HITHY 200-R 500 ml foil pack (also available as 330 ml) Static mixer Internal threaded sleeve HIS-N HIS-RN Concrete Tensile zone Small edge distance and spacing Corrosion resistance European Technical Approval CE conformity . issue 2012-08-08.Two mortar (A and R) versions available with different curing times and same performance Approved automatic cleaning while drilling PROFIS Anchor design software Approvals / certificates Description European technical approval Authority / Laboratory a) DIBt.Suitable for cracked and noncracked concrete C 20/25 to C 50/60. / date of issue ETA-11/0493 / 2012-08-08 (Hilti HIT-HY 200-A) ETA-12/0084 / 2012-08-08 (Hilti HIT-HY 200-R) a) All data given in this section according ETA-11/0493 and ETA-12/0084. . excellent handling.Small edge distance and anchor spacing possible . and fast curing .High loading capacity.Approved automatic cleaning with the use of the hollow drill-bit . Berlin No.

6 33.4 18.7 Shear VRk HIS-N [kN] 13.7 Non cracked concrete Tensile NRd HIS-N [kN] 16.0 39. characteristic resistance.0 62.0 23.Base material thickness.8 105.3 36.m HIS-N [kN] 26.0 Cracked concrete Tensile NRk HIS-N [kN] 24. base material temperature -40°C.4 18. fck.0 67.8 Anchor size Non cracked concrete Tensile NRk HIS-N Shear VRk HIS-N M8x90 M10x110 M12x125 M16x170 M20x205 [kN] 25.5 26.7 24.9 109.0 57. Mean ultimate resistance.0 111.0 [kN] 13.6 74. recommended loads.7 44.9 114.2 41.3 66. max.4 Shear VRd [kN] 10.0 39.0 55.7 24. anchor HIS-N with screw 8.Correct setting (See setting instruction) . as specified in the tables .Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIS-(R)N Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to For details see Simplified design method .3 36. anchor HIS-N with screw 8.m HIS-N [kN] 13.8 Characteristic resistance: concrete C 20/25 .m HIS-N [kN] 13.5 53.1 Shear VRd HIS-N [kN] 10.3 48.7 74. anchor HIS-N with screw 8.3 48.No edge distance and spacing influence .8 Anchor size Non cracked concrete M8x90 M10x110 M12x125 M16x170 M20x205 Tensile NRu.7 39.3 70.0 59.cube = 25 N/mm² .5 Shear VRu.8 105.2 70. Anchor size Embedment depth hef [mm] Base material thickness h [mm] M8x90 90 120 M10x110 110 150 M12x125 125 170 M16x170 170 230 M20x205 205 270 Mean ultimate resistance: concrete C 20/25 . long ter m/short term base material temperature: +24°C/40°C) .9 50.3 79.5 30.8 Anchor size Cracked concrete Tensile NRd HIS-N M8x90 M10x110 M12x125 M16x170 M20x205 [kN] 17.0 39.0 23.4 123.0 57.Installation temperature range -10°C to +40°C Embedment depth and base material thickness for the basic loading data. as specified in the table . design resistance.Steel failure .0 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 .0 59.Temperate range I (min.4 26.7 10 / 2012 HIS-N 529 .9 114.One anchor material.0 46.5 Shear VRu.Concrete C 20/25.2 41.0 39.0 55.m HIS-N [kN] 26.4 26.0 62.8 Cracked concrete Tensile NRu.

g.6 28.3 109 277 541 HIS-(R)N Moment of resistance W Screw 530 M10x110 460 M12x125 460 M16x170 460 M20x205 460 10 / 2012 .Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIS-(R)N Recommended loads a): concrete C 20/25 .5 108. Materials Mechanical properties of HIS-(R)N Anchor size Nominal tensile strength f uk Yield strength fyk Stressed crosssection As HIS-N [N/mm²] M8x90 490 Screw 8.1 18.6 28.5 27.1 26. as a result of diurnal cycling.6 58 84.0 24.4 13. Max long term base material temperature Long-term elevated base material temperatures are roughly constant over significant periods of time.0 38. e.9 31.2 Cracked concrete Tensile Nrec HIS-N [kN] 11. anchor HIS-N with screw 8.1 237. Service temperature range Hilti HIT-HY 200 injection mortar may be applied in the temperature ranges given below.2 HIS-N a) With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.1 26.8 [N/mm²] 640 640 640 640 640 HIS-RN [N/mm²] 350 350 350 350 350 Screw A4-70 [N/mm²] 450 450 450 450 450 HIS-(R)N [mm²] 51. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.3 157 245 [mm³] 145 430 840 1595 1543 [mm³] 31.6 Screw [mm²] 36.2 62.0 169. Maximum long term base material temperature +24 °C +50 °C +72 °C Base material temperature Temperature range Temperature range I Temperature range II Temperature range III -40 °C to +40 °C -40 °C to +80 °C -40 °C to +120 °C Maximum short term base material temperature +40 °C +80 °C +120 °C Max short term base material temperature Short-term elevated base material temperatures are those that occur over brief intervals.3 53.4.8 [N/mm²] 800 800 800 800 800 HIS-RN [N/mm²] 700 700 700 700 700 Screw A4-70 [N/mm²] 700 700 700 700 700 HIS-N [N/mm²] 410 375 375 375 375 Screw 8.8 Anchor size Non cracked concrete M8x90 M10x110 M12x125 M16x170 M20x205 Tensile Nrec HIS-N [kN] 12.0 50.1 256.3 Shear Vrec [kN] 7.9 53.4 13. An elevated base material temperature may lead to a reduction of the design bond resistance.1 18.0 Shear Vrec HIS-N [kN] 7.8 19.

1.4571 related fastening screw: strength class 8.4401. 1.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIS-(R)N Material quality Part Material Internal threaded sleeve HIS-N a) Internal threaded sleeve HIS-RN b) a) b) C-steel 1.4362 Anchor dimensions Anchor size Internal threaded sleeve HIS-N / HIS-RN Embedment depth hef [mm] M8x90 M10x110 M12x125 M16x170 M20x205 90 110 125 170 205 Setting installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer Other tools M8x90 M10x110 M12x125 M16x170 M20x205 TE 2 – TE 16 TE 40 – TE 70 compressed air gun or blow out pump.4404.4571. 1. proceed to the “injection preparation” step in the instructions for use. Steel galvanized ≥ 5µm Stainless steel 1. A5 > 8% Ductile stainless steel 1. A5 > 8% Ductile steel galvanized ≥ 5µm related fastening screw: strength class 70.0718.8.4578. set of cleaning brushes. Drill Hole to the required embedment depth with a hammer drill set in rotation-hammer mode using an appropriately sized carbide drill bit. 1. This drilling method properly cleans the borehole and removes dust while drilling. dispenser Setting instruction Bore hole drilling Drill hole to the required embedment depth with an appropriately sized Hilti TE-CD or TE-YD hollow drill bit with Hilti vacuum attachment.4439.4401 and 1. After drilling is complete. 10 / 2012 531 . 1.

Blow out at least 4 times from the back of the bore hole until return air stream is free of noticeable dust Brush 4 times with the specified brush size by inserting the steel brush Hilti HIT-RB to the back of the hole (if needed with extension) in a twisting motion and removing it.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIS-(R)N Bore hole cleaning Just before setting an anchor. 532 10 / 2012 . Brush 2 times with the specified brush size by inserting the steel brush Hilti HIT-RB to the back of the hole (if needed with extension) in a twisting motion and removing it. the bore hole must be free of dust and debris. The brush must produce natural resistance as it enters the bore hole -. b) Compressed air cleaning (CAC) for all bore hole diameters d0 and all bore hole depth h0 Blow 2 times from the back of the hole (if needed with nozzle extension) over the hole length with oil-free compressed air (min.if not the brush is too small and must be replaced with the proper brush diameter. 6 bar at 6 m³/h) until return air stream is free of noticeable dust. Blow again with compressed air 2 times until return air stream is free of noticeable dust. The brush must produce natural resistance as it enters the bore hole -. a) Manual Cleaning (MC) non-cracked concrete only for bore hole diameters d0 ≤ 20mm and bore hole depth h0 ≤ 10d The Hilti manual pump may be used for blowing out bore holes up to diameters d0 ≤ 20 mm and embedment depths up to hef ≤ 10d. Blow out again with manual pump at least 4 times until return air stream is free of noticeable dust.if not the brush is too small and must be replaced with the proper brush diameter.

For overhead installation the injection is only possible with the aid of extensions and piston plugs. wedges Loading the anchor: After required curing time tcure the anchor can be loaded. Inject adhesive from the back of the borehole without forming air voids Inject the adhesive starting at the back of the hole. After injection is completed. Assemble HIT-RE-M mixer. Check foil pack holder for proper function. extension(s) and appropriately sized piston plug. For overhead installation use piston plugs and fix embedded parts with e. Depending on the size of the foil pack an initial amount of adhesive has to be discarded. During injection the piston plug will be naturally extruded out of the bore hole by the adhesive pressure. 10 / 2012 533 . verify that the element is dry and free of oil and other contaminants. Discard initial adhesive. Fill holes approximately 2/3 full. Swing foil pack holder with foil pack into HITdispenser. Do not use damaged foil packs / holders. Do not modify the mixing nozzle. For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product. slowly withdrawing the mixer with each trigger pull. Observe the instruction for use of the dispenser.g. 4 strokes for 500 ml foil pack ≤ 5°C. Mark and set element to the required embedment depth untill working time twork has elapsed. Discard quantities are 2 strokes for 330 ml foil pack. 3 strokes for 500 ml foil pack. Setting the element Before use. depressurize the dispenser by pressing the release trigger. Overhead installation. The foil pack opens automatically as dispensing is initiated. This will prevent further adhesive discharge from the mixer.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIS-(R)N Injection preparation Tightly attach new Hilti mixing nozzle HIT-RE-M to foil pack manifold (snug fit). The applied installation torque shall not exceed Tmax. Insert piston plug to back of the hole and inject adhesive. or as required to ensure that the annular gap between the anchor and the concrete is completely filled with adhesive along the embedment length.

curing time Temperature of the base material Hilti HIT-HY 200-R Working time in which anchor Curing time before anchor can be inserted and adjusted twork can be fully loaded tcure 3 hour 20 hour 2 hour 7 hour 1 hour 3 hour 40 min 2 hour 15 min 1 hour 9 min 1 hour 6 min 1 hour -10 °C to -5 °C -4 °C to 0 °C 1 °C to 5 °C 6 °C to 10 °C 11 °C to 20 °C 21 °C to 30 °C 31 °C to 40 °C Temperature of the base material Hilti HIT-HY 200-A Working time in which anchor Curing time before anchor can be inserted and adjusted twork can be fully loaded tcure 1.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIS-(R)N Working time.5 hour 7 hour 50 min 4 hour 25 min 2 hour 15 min 1 hour 7 min 30 min 4 min 30 min 3 min 30 min -10 °C to -5 °C -4 °C to 0 °C 1 °C to 5 °C 6 °C to 10 °C 11 °C to 20 °C 21 °C to 30 °C 31 °C to 40 °C Setting details df d0 d hS Bore hole depth h0 = Embedment depth hef 534 10 / 2012 .

sp 1.6 hef .26 hef Critical spacing for concrete cone failure Critical edge distance for concrete cone failure c) for h / hef ≥ 2. The simplified formula given in this table is on the safe side. a) Maximum recommended torque moment to avoid splitting failure during installation with minimum spacing and/or edge distance. b) h: base material thickness (h ≥ hmin).5 25. hef: embedment depth c) The critical edge distance for concrete cone failure depends on the embedment depth hef and the design bond resistance.sp [mm] 4. min .0 ⋅ hef Critical edge distance for splitting failure b) ccr.N [mm] 1.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIS-(R)N Anchor size Nominal diameter of drill bit Diameter of element Effective anchorage and drill hole depth Minimum base material thickness Diameter of clearance hole in the fixture Thread engagement length.N ccr. 10 / 2012 535 .6 hef [mm] 90 110 125 170 205 hmin [mm] 120 150 170 230 270 df [mm] 9 12 14 18 22 hs [mm] 8-20 10-25 12-30 16-40 20-50 Tmax [Nm] 10 20 40 80 150 smin [mm] 40 45 55 65 90 cmin [mm] 40 45 55 65 90 scr.0 for h / hef ≤ 1.N [mm] 2 ccr.5 16.5 20.3 scr.8 h for 2.max a) Torque moment Minimum spacing Minimum edge distance Critical spacing for splitting failure M8x90 M10x110 M12x125 M16x170 M20x205 d0 [mm] 14 18 22 28 32 d [mm] 12.sp [mm] 2 ccr.3 2.4 27.1.5 hef For spacing (or edge distance) smaller than critical spacing (or critical edge distance) the design loads have to be reduced.0 > h / hef > 1.

For an optimized design.7 M12x125 44.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIS-(R)N Simplified design method Simplified version of the design method according ETAG 001.N . anchor calculation can be performed using PROFIS anchor design software.8 NRd.p ⋅ fB.s .c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.sp ⋅ f3.9 31.s HIS-RN with screw A4-70 536 [kN] M8x90 17.N ⋅ fh. The design method is based on the following simplification: No different loads are acting on individual anchors (no eccentricity) The values are valid for one anchor.sp ⋅ fh.8 69.p ⋅ f1.N ⋅ fre.7 M16x170 80. TR 029.p = N Rd.Steel resistance: NRd.p ⋅ fre.N Basic design tensile resistance Design steel resistance NRd. TENSION loading The design tensile resistance is the lower value of .N - Concrete splitting resistance (only non-cracked concrete): 0 NRd.N ⋅ f3.N ⋅ f2.5 M10x110 30.N ⋅ f2.2 10 / 2012 . For more complex fastening applications please use the anchor design software PROFIS Anchor.N ⋅ f3.sp = N Rd. TR 029.N ⋅ fh. The influencing factors must then be considered for each edge distance and spacing.c = N0Rd.N ⋅ fre.s Anchor size HIS-N with screw 8.3 M20x205 74. Design resistance according data given in ETA-11/0493 issued 2012-08-08 for HIT-HY 200-A and ETA-12/0084 issued 2012-08-08 for HIT-HY 200-R.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.Concrete cone resistance: NRd.6 58.9 21.Combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance: 0 NRd. Both mortars possess identical technical load performance. (The method may also be applied for anchor groups with more than two anchors or more than one edge distance. Influence of concrete strength Influence of edge distance Influence of spacing Valid for a group of two anchors.1 [kN] 13.sp ⋅ f2. The simplified calculated design loads take a conservative approach: They will be lower than the exact values according to ETAG 001.

measured on cubes with 150 mm side length Influence of embedment depth on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance fh.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.p Temperature range I [kN] N0Rd.cube = concrete compressive strength.88 0.7 0.2 0.6 99.22 1.8 63.p = 1 Influence of concrete strength on concrete cone resistance Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 fB = (f ck.73 0.5 85.2 83.N ⋅ fh.91 0.1 74.10 a) a) fck.55 0.41 a) fck.5 a) 1 1.p Temperature range I [kN] N0Rd.6 98.4 a) Splitting resistance must only be considered for non-cracked concrete.N Anchor size Embedment depth hef [mm] Non cracked concrete N0Rd.0 51.8 26.N ⋅ f3. These influencing factors must be considered for every edge distance smaller than the critical edge distance.60 0.7 + 0.cube/25N/mm²)0.65 0.7 33.8 36.85 0.1 1.75 0.6 16.1 0. 10 / 2012 537 .8 0.N) ≤ 1 0.7 45.80 0.c Cracked concrete N0Rd.c M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 [kN] 28.N ⋅ fre.82 0.N ⋅ f2.5 27.4 41.sp ⋅ f2.0 11.3 0.2 59. Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 C 45/55 C 50/60 fB.8 59.3 49.70 0.5 0.9 22.sp) ≤ 1 a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin.c = N0Rd.9 1 0.7 130.4 0.6 20.p Temperature range III [kN] Cracked concrete N0Rd.3⋅c/ccr.76 0.sp ⋅ f h.95 1 f 2.94 0.79 0.p Temperature range II [kN] 0 N Rd.N ⋅ fh.2 70.N ⋅ f3.5 13.85 0.0 117.6 29.5 53.8 47.9 19.N ≤ 1 f 1.p Temperature range III [kN] M8x90 90 M10x110 110 M12x125 125 M16x170 170 M20x205 205 30.sp ≤ 1 f 2.sp = N0Rd.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.48 1.p = 1 f B.6 0.p ⋅ f1.cube/25N/mm²)0.p ⋅ fre.sp = 0.3⋅c/ccr.p = N0Rd.97 1 0.sp f 1. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.5 26.sp = 0.p Temperature range II [kN] 0 N Rd.1 69.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIS-(R)N Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance NRd.55 Influence of edge distance a) c/ccr.0 65.N ⋅ fre.34 1.p ⋅ fB.90 0.9 154.N c/ccr.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.N Design splitting resistance a) NRd.6 25.4 49.7 38.N = 0.8 [kN] 20.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.7 + 0.4 112.sp ⋅ f3.N = 0.N Anchor size Non cracked concrete N0Rd.3 Design concrete cone resistance NRd.0 37.p = (f ck.cube = concrete compressive strength.N ⋅ f2.

9 1 0.5 + hef/200mm ≤ 1 a) This factor applies only for dense reinforcement.4 M10x110 18.9 0.c VRd.N = 1 may be applied.cp = k ⋅ lower value of NRd.N 0.s HIS-RN with screw A4-70 [kN] M8x90 10.95 1 0.5⋅(1 + s/scr.cp = lower valuea) of k ⋅ NRd.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIS-(R)N Influence of anchor spacing a) s/scr.5⋅(1 + s/scr.70 0.55 0. If in the area of anchorage there is reinforcement with a spacing ≥ 150 mm (any diameter) or with a diameter ≤ 10 mm and a spacing ≥ 100 mm.N = 1 Influence of reinforcement hef [mm] 40 50 60 70 80 90 ≥ 100 a) a) a) a) a) a) 0.sp = 0.N = 0.5 0.60 0.75 0.sp) ≤ 1 a) The anchor spacing shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin.0 M16x170 39.s VRd.85 0.4 M12x125 26.p: Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance NRd.sp f 3.7 [kN] 8.65 0.5 Design concrete pryout resistance VRd. SHEAR loading The design shear resistance is the lower value of .4 0.3 41. This influencing factor must be considered for every anchor spacing.7 f re.Steel resistance: - Concrete pryout resistance: .90 0.c k=2 a) 538 NRd.Concrete edge resistance: VRd.75 0.8 0.6 0.8 VRd.s Anchor size HIS-N with screw 8.85 0.c: Design concrete cone resistance 10 / 2012 .N) ≤ 1 0.3 0.7 0.8 0.N = 0.p and k ⋅ NRd.3 M20x205 36.8 19. Influence of embedment depth on concrete cone resistance fh.1 s/scr.95 1 f 3.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Basic design shear resistance Design steel resistance VRd.c = V0Rd. then a factor fre.2 0.p and NRd.2 35.80 0.3 12.

6 28.71 0.0 28.13 1.2 [kN] 8.75 0.c Cracked concrete V0Rd.84 0.32 0.55 Influence of angle between load applied and the direction perpendicular to the free edge Angle ß fβ = 0° 10° 20° 30° 40° 50° 60° 70° 80° ≥ 90° 1 1.05 1.55 0.45 0.22 1.24 1.45 0.41 a) fck.7 Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 1/2 a) fB = (f ck.4 19.2 1.40 1.97 2.32 2.2 40.3 0.77 0.89 0.5 0.64 1.01 1.35 ≥ 1.c M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 [kN] 12.9 1.50 0.c Anchor size Non-cracked concrete V0Rd.05 1.1 1.cube/25N/mm²) 1 1.8 13.6 0.2 46.95 1.cube = concrete compressive strength.63 0.5  Influence of base material thickness h/c fh = 10 / 2012 {h/(1.9 20.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Design concrete edge resistance VRd.15 0. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.00 1 (cos αV )2 +  sin αV  2  2.48 1.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIS-(R)N = V0Rd.5 32.34 1.5 ⋅ c)} 1/2 ≤1 539 .

65 0.temperature range I (see service temperature range) .50 6.84 1.95 3.38 3.66 8.5 Single anchor 0.32 1.67 5.63 7.36 4.00 1.83 2.43 0.25 3.50 0.56 4.81 3.17 8.83 6.02 8.35 0.84 1.51 3.17 9.55 4.28 4.32 2.22 1.84 1.16 7.29 6.47 2.50 7.minimum thickness of base material .40 1.98 4.45 Influence of edge distance a) c/d 4 6 8 0.90 4.55 7.65 0.75 4.35 0.76 3.40 1.37 2.52 3.04 1.82 1.81 3.10 6.45 5.95 3.08 6.65 0.98 2.50 11.00 9.65 0.65 0.50 3.94 2.33 5.77 2.50 8.35 4.19 3.25 12.63 6.88 2.26 edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing 10.61 3.75 4.65 0.83 2.56 4.74 7.38 3.19 10 15 0.96 3.71 0.05 6.30 2.52 0.25 2.44 2.38 3.02 10.57 5.56 3.25 0.00 5.00 8.26 3.61 5.00 1.12 2.56 4.65 0.32 2.35 0.45 7.20 5.00 1.31 10.25 9.49 2.55 5.11 8.85 smin and the Influence of embedment depth Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 f hef = 1.99 9.73 5.65 0.32 2.31 8.06 4.55 6.09 9.38 3.59 1.98 5.15 3.15 5.86 6.68 3.83 1.75 1.50 9.84 1.50 6.35 0.14 5.38 5.74 3.38 1.95 3.63 2.26 1.55 10.11 4.75 0.54 6.83 2.71 6.38 9.40 1.54 1.91 5.16 3.67 0.75 7.00 3.35 0.63 5.non-cracked concrete C 20/25 – fck.69 3.87 4.88 9.50 1.83 2.65 2.03 6.00 4.84 1.00 0.84 1.44 6.31 4.02 7.40 0.41 5.78 10.00 1.18 5.50 4.17 2.5 ⋅ (1 + s / [3 ⋅ c]) ⋅ 0.35 0.20 5.15 2.65 0.89 7.50 0.25 6.21 1.35 0.83 3.90 4.25 4.32 2.84 1.04 a) The anchor spacing and the minimum edge distance cmin.26 9.76 4.25 5.26 7.15 4.36 3.cube =25 N/mm² .35 0.50 9.76 4.56 5.35 5.no effects of dense reinforcement 540 10 / 2012 .86 5.83 2.63 0.75 0.40 1.40 1.84 0.75 6.86 3.22 1.50 8.15 5.83 2.25 8.49 2.22 7.08 7.45 9.95 2.73 4.88 1.32 1.90 8.47 7.16 7.73 8.65 1.79 9.85 6.68 1.00 2.51 4.81 7.32 2.96 7.45 8.40 1.68 4.25 8.35 0.07 1.90 6.49 8.94 9.65 0.27 6.60 fc = (d / c) a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin.93 6.04 5.84 1.08 5.25 3.40 1.72 6.06 2.00 1.35 0.22 6.11 3.83 4.36 7.55 7.35 0.03 3.60 4.57 2.18 6.75 1.25 1.38 1.38 3. c/hef Group of two anchors s/hef 2.00 1.30 6.41 5.86 3.96 5.84 5.32 2.65 0.75 8.99 8.20 5.33 7.95 2.65 1.95 3.95 8.35 0.00 6.75 7.94 4.50 12.35 0.83 2.36 6.57 0.00 11.25 6.62 7.25 5.65 0.00 1.44 4.92 8.59 5.99 7.99 6.39 8.32 2.98 1.54 6.27 0. 20 30 40 0.57 5.20 2.42 7.12 4.59 8.00 1.90 3.97 10.38 3.53 1.75 7.30 4. Precalculated values – design resistance values All data applies to: .00 5.25 3.72 5.38 2.56 3.56 2.50 5.33 4.40 1.38 3.83 8.00 7.18 5.87 7.40 1.73 3.50 Combined TENSION and SHEAR loading For combined tension and shear loading see section “Anchor Design”.35 0.75 5.74 7.25 5.55 3.32 1.67 9.70 6.00 1.78 4.00 1.38 1.69 7.32 3.50 5.75 2.20 3.27 7.00 1.40 1.65 0.21 8.35 0.77 0.12 1.84 1.87 6.00 1.84 1.75 7.21 4.65 0.32 2.64 4.43 6.95 4.75 10.84 2.00 6.22 5.00 1.46 3.40 1.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIS-(R)N Influence of anchor spacing and edge distance a) for concrete edge resistance: f4 f4 = (c/hef)1.81 6.00 3.77 2.

6 33.4 18.9 HIS-RN [kN] 13.0 39. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations. Design resistance: non-cracked.1 17.2 17.9 21.6 58.2 69.3 41.8 17. edge distance (c = cmin) Non-cracked concrete HIS-N [kN] 13.5 21.2 17.2 HIS-N [kN] 16.4 13.7 12.4 26.5 53.9 35.2 70.6 10.2 5.3 12.3 36.2 Cracked concrete HIS-N [kN] 3.9 HIS-RN [kN] 8. min. no edge effects.4 7.4 13.6 74.9 21.4 18.3 41.8 17.0 39.0 3.4.2 541 .8 19.8 69.2 35.2 Cracked concrete Shear VRd: single anchor.9 HIS-N [kN] 8.5 21.7 170 230 270 44.9 5.1 Cracked concrete 10 / 2012 25. without lever arm Non-cracked concrete HIS-N [kN] 4.7 HIS-RN [kN] 8.9 5.5 30.6 33.7 12.8 19.1 Embedment depth hef HIS-RN [mm] 90 [kN] 13. without lever arm Non-cracked concrete HIS-N [kN] 10.6 33.5 26.1 44.9 Shear VRd: single anchor.concrete C 20/25 Anchor size Embedment depth Base material thickness hef [mm] 90 110 125 170 205 h = hmin [mm] 120 150 170 230 270 55 65 90 40 45 Edge distance c = cmin [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor.4 HIS-RN [kN] 13.2 5.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIS-(R)N Recommended loads can be calculated by dividing the design resistance by an overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.0 3.concrete C 20/25 Anchor size M8x90 M10x110 M12x125 M16x170 M20x205 110 125 170 205 120 150 Base material thickness h = hmin [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor.6 53.4 26.5 7.1 17.5 HIS-N [kN] 10.2 HIS-RN [kN] 3.3 36. no edge effects Non-cracked concrete HIS-N [kN] 17.2 35.3 12.1 44.7 74.7 HIS-RN [kN] 8.9 31.1 25. min.5 7.6 10.5 M8x90 M10x110 M12x125 M16x170 M20x205 Cracked concrete Design resistance: non-cracked.9 35.9 31.2 HIS-RN [kN] 4. edge distance (c = cmin).4 7.

min.5 10 / 2012 .8 19.4 26.3 41.1 15. no edge effects.4 19. spacing (s = smin) Non-cracked concrete HIS-N [kN] 15.4 18.4 19.0 39.6 54. without lever arm Non-cracked concrete 542 HIS-N [kN] 10.3 25.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIS-(R)N Design resistance: non-cracked.3 Cracked concrete HIS-N [kN] 10.4 18.3 12.2 35.6 54.9 40.7 HIS-RN [kN] 8.3 36.0 40.1 15.0 39.2 30.concrete C 20/25 Anchor size Embedment depth Base material thickness Spacing M8x90 M10x110 M12x125 M16x170 M20x205 hef [mm] 90 110 125 170 205 h = hmin [mm] 120 150 170 230 270 65 90 40 45 55 s = smin [mm] Tensile NRd: double anchor.7 HIS-RN [kN] 8.3 HIS-RN [kN] 13.3 12.4 26.5 Cracked concrete HIS-N [kN] 10. min.9 40.2 30.3 36.9 21.0 40.2 35.4 HIS-RN [kN] 10.3 25.3 41. no edge effects.8 19. spacing (s = smin).8 21.4 Shear VRd: double anchor.

Hilti HIT-HY 200 with HIS-(R)N 10 / 2012 543 .

.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with rebar Hilti HIT-HY 200 with rebar Injection mortar system Benefits Hilti HITHY 200-A 500 ml foil pack (also available as 330 ml) Hilti HITHY 200-R 500 ml foil pack (also available as 330 ml) Static mixer rebar BSt 500 S Concrete Tensile zone Small edge distance and spacing Variable embedment depth European Technical Approval CE conformity .embedment depth range: from 60 . 160 mm for Ø8 to 128 . excellent handling .suitable for cracked and noncracked concrete C 20/25 to C 50/60.high loading capacity. 544 10 / 2012 .HY 200-R version with extended curing time for rebar applications . / date of issue ETA-11/0493 / 2012-08-08 (Hilti HIT-HY 200-A) ETA-12/0084 / 2012-08-08 (Hilti HIT-HY 200-R) a) All data given in this section according ETA-11/0493 and ETA-12/0084. 640 mm for Ø32 .manual cleaning for anchor size Ø8 to Ø16 and embedment depth hef ≤ 10d for non-cracked concrete . .large diameter applications .Approved automatic cleaning with the use of the hollow drill-bit ..in service temperature range up to 120°C short term/72°C long term .two mortar (A and R) versions available with different curing times and same performance Approved automatic cleaning while drilling PROFIS Anchor design software Approvals / certificates Description European technical approval Authority / Laboratory a) DIBt.small edge distance and anchor spacing possible . Berlin No. issue 2012-08-08...

4 221.6 87.8 99.1 14. as specified in the tables .0 106. issue 2012-02-06 Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 [kN] [kN] 16. as specified in the table .6 57.4 14.0 224. issue 2012-02-06 Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 [kN] [kN] 24.Base material thickness.0 51. The corresponding load values calculated according to the simplified design method.Concrete C 20/25.1 65.0 49.3 22.7 147.1 9.0 33.8 31.3 [kN] [kN] - 9.7 174.0 28.0 187.5 90.m BSt 500 S Data according ETA-11/0493 and ETA-12/0084.0 74. issue 2012-02-06 Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 [kN] [kN] 29.7 28.5 248. as specified in the table .8 212. fck.3 102.8 86.1 Characteristic resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.0 34.4 14.3 204.5 348.6 44.8 23.cube = 25 N/mm².One anchor material. design resistance. Data according ETA-11/0493 and ETA-12/0084.7 135.0 109.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with rebar Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to For details see Simplified design method .7 25.m BSt 500 S Shear VRu.8 57.0 36. anchor rebar BSt 500S Anchor size Non cracked concrete Tensile NRu.0 29.cube = 25 N/mm² .0 111.5 55.0 66. Mean ultimate resistance.0 169.7 33.4 177. issue 2012-02-06 Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Typical embedment depth [mm] 80 90 110 125 145 170 210 270 Base material thickness [mm] 110 120 145 165 185 220 275 340 a) The allowed range of embedment depth is shown in the setting details.0 58.6 135.0 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck. characteristic resistance. base material temperature -40°C.cube = 25 N/mm².0 87.3 145.6 90.1 67.3 36.m BSt 500 S Cracked concrete Tensile NRu.0 31.5 112.7 49. long ter m/short term base material temperature: +24°C/40°C) .0 153.0 262.0 90.3 232.3 545 .5 32.No edge distance and spacing influence .Temperate range I (min.0 149.3 90.7 124.9 22.0 42.6 14.Correct setting (See setting instruction) .5 42.9 147.1 116.1 32.cube = 25 N/mm².0 141.0 177.One typical embedment depth.4 232. max.9 86.4 141.0 [kN] [kN] - 14. Ø32 300 380 can be Mean ultimate resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.8 148.2 20.Steel failure .6 51.7 169.7 19.0 159.7 57.0 55.7 44.8 297.4 112.1 [kN] [kN] - 18.1 221.1 44.3 73.Installation temperature range +5°C to +40°C Embedment depth a) and base material thickness for the basic loading data. recommended loads.0 23. anchor rebar BSt 500 S Anchor size Non cracked concrete Tensile NRd BSt 500 S Shear VRd BSt 500 S Cracked concrete Tensile NRd BSt 500 S Shear VRd BSt 500 S 10 / 2012 Data according ETA-11/0493 and ETA-12/0084.1 22. anchor rebar BSt 500 S Anchor size Non cracked concrete Tensile NRk BSt 500 S Shear VRk BSt 500 S Cracked concrete Tensile NRk BSt 500 S Shear VRk BSt 500 S Data according ETA-11/0493 and ETA-12/0084.1 38.7 74.4 20.7 45.m BSt 500 S Shear VRu.1 57.0 38.

cube = 25 N/mm².2 64.8 804.2 factors for action depend on the type of Service temperature range Hilti HIT-HY 200 injection mortar may be applied in the temperature ranges given below.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with rebar Recommended loads a): concrete C 20/25 – fck.9 201. as a result of diurnal cycling.0 a) With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.7 13.2 41.3 98.7 80.6 26.6 269.4.4 1534 2155 3217 10 / 2012 . Base material temperature Temperature range Temperature range I Temperature range II Temperature range III -40 °C to +40 °C -40 °C to +80 °C -40 °C to +120 °C Maximum long term base material temperature +24 °C +50 °C +72 °C Maximum short term base material temperature +40 °C +80 °C +120 °C Max short term base material temperature Short-term elevated base material temperatures are those that occur over brief intervals.0 105.5 14.3 106.5 16.4 Shear Vrec BSt 500 S [kN] 6.3 80.2 24.5 14.5 105.2 490. e.3 Shear Vrec BSt 500 S [kN] 10.3 41. Max long term base material temperature Long-term elevated base material temperatures are roughly constant over significant periods of time.3 78.8 18.7 10.5 125.g. An elevated base material temperature may lead to a reduction of the design bond resistance.4 402.1 26. 41.1 785.0 64.2 [mm³] 50. Materials Mechanical properties of rebar BSt 500S Anchor size Nominal tensile BSt 500 S strength f uk Yield BSt 500 S strength fyk Stressed crossBSt 500 S section As Moment of resistance BSt 500 S W 546 Data according ETA-11/0493 and ETA-12/0084.0 Cracked concrete Tensile Nrec BSt 500 S [kN] 6. anchor rebar BSt 500 S Data according ETA-11/0493 and ETA-12/0084.0 73. issue 2012-02-06 Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 [N/mm²] 550 550 550 550 550 550 550 550 550 [N/mm²] 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 [mm²] 50. issue 2012-02-06 Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 Anchor size Non cracked concrete Tensile Nrec BSt 500 S [kN] 11.5 113.1 89. The partial safety loading and shall be taken from national regulations.8 20.2 76.3 35.1 314.1 153.8 20.2 23.7 31.2 53.6 52.9 615.2 169.

set of cleaning brushes. proceed to the “injection preparation” step in the instructions for use. Drill Hole to the required embedment depth with a hammer drill set in rotation-hammer mode using an appropriately sized carbide drill bit. Bore hole cleaning Just before setting an anchor. Blow out again with manual pump at least 4 times until return air stream is free of noticeable dust. dispenser Setting instruction Bore hole drilling Drill hole to the required embedment depth with an appropriately sized Hilti TE-CD or TE-YD hollow drill bit with Hilti vacuum attachment.if not the brush is too small and must be replaced with the proper brush diameter. The brush must produce natural resistance as it enters the bore hole -. the bore hole must be free of dust and debris. This drilling method properly cleans the borehole and removes dust while drilling.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with rebar Material quality Part rebar BSt 500 S Material Geometry and mechanical properties according to DIN 488-2:1986 or E DIN 488-2:2006 Setting Installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer Other tools Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 TE 2 – TE 16 TE 40 – TE 70 compressed air gun or blow out pump. a) Manual Cleaning (MC) non-cracked concrete only for bore hole diameters d0 ≤ 20mm and bore hole depth h0 ≤ 10d The Hilti manual pump may be used for blowing out bore holes up to diameters d0 ≤ 20 mm and embedment depths up to hef ≤ 10d. Blow out at least 4 times from the back of the bore hole until return air stream is free of noticeable dust Brush 4 times with the specified brush size by inserting the steel brush Hilti HIT-RB to the back of the hole (if needed with extension) in a twisting motion and removing it. After drilling is complete. 10 / 2012 547 .

Injection preparation Tightly attach new Hilti mixing nozzle HIT-RE-M to foil pack manifold (snug fit). Discard quantities are 2 strokes for 330 ml foil pack. 6 bar at 6 m³/h) until return air stream is free of noticeable dust. Do not use damaged foil packs / holders. Blow again with compressed air 2 times until return air stream is free of noticeable dust. slowly withdrawing the mixer with each trigger pull. Bore hole diameter ≥ 32 mm the compressor must supply a minimum air flow of 140 m³/hour. Inject adhesive from the back of the borehole without forming air voids Inject the adhesive starting at the back of the hole. Discard initial adhesive. During injection the piston plug will be naturally extruded out of the bore hole by the adhesive pressure. extension(s) and appropriately sized piston plug. 548 10 / 2012 . Depending on the size of the foil pack an initial amount of adhesive has to be discarded. For overhead installation the injection is only possible with the aid of extensions and piston plugs. 4 strokes for 500 ml foil pack ≤ 5°C. The foil pack opens automatically as dispensing is initiated. 3 strokes for 500 ml foil pack. Swing foil pack holder with foil pack into HITdispenser. Assemble HIT-RE-M mixer. Overhead installation and installation with embedment depth hef > 250mm. The brush must produce natural resistance as it enters the bore hole -.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with rebar b) Compressed air cleaning (CAC) for all bore hole diameters d0 and all bore hole depth h0 Blow 2 times from the back of the hole (if needed with nozzle extension) over the hole length with oil-free compressed air (min. Observe the instruction for use of the dispenser. Brush 2 times with the specified brush size by inserting the steel brush Hilti HIT-RB to the back of the hole (if needed with extension) in a twisting motion and removing it. Check foil pack holder for proper function. or as required to ensure that the annular gap between the anchor and the concrete is completely filled with adhesive along the embedment length. After injection is completed. Do not modify the mixing nozzle. depressurize the dispenser by pressing the release trigger.if not the brush is too small and must be replaced with the proper brush diameter. Insert piston plug to back of the hole and inject adhesive. Fill holes approximately 2/3 full. This will prevent further adhesive discharge from the mixer.

Hilti HIT-HY 200 with rebar Setting the element Before use.g. wedges Loading the anchor: After required curing time tcure the anchor can be loaded. 10 / 2012 549 . Mark and set element to the required embedment depth untill working time twork has elapsed. verify that the element is dry and free of oil and other contaminants. For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product. For overhead installation use piston plugs and fix embedded parts with e.

curing time Temperature of the base material -10 °C to -5 °C -4 °C to 0 °C 1 °C to 5 °C 6 °C to 10 °C 11 °C to 20 °C 21 °C to 30 °C 31 °C to 40 °C Temperature of the base material -10 °C to -5 °C -4 °C to 0 °C 1 °C to 5 °C 6 °C to 10 °C 11 °C to 20 °C 21 °C to 30 °C 31 °C to 40 °C Hilti HIT-HY 200-R Working time in which anchor Curing time before anchor can be inserted and adjusted twork can be loaded tcure 3 hour 20 hour 2 hour 7 hour 1 hour 3 hour 40 min 2 hour 15 min 1 hour 9 min 1 hour 6 min 1 hour Hilti HIT-HY 200-A Working time in which anchor Curing time before anchor can be inserted and adjusted twork can be loaded tcure 1.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with rebar Working time.5 hour 7 hour 50 min 4 hour 25 min 2 hour 15 min 1 hour 7 min 30 min 4 min 30 min 3 min 30 min d0 Setting details Bore hole depth h0 = embedment depth hef Thickness of concrete member h 550 10 / 2012 .

N ccr.0 [mm] 4.min [mm] 60 60 70 75 80 90 100 112 128 hef.26 hef Critical spacing for concrete cone failure Critical edge distance for concrete cone d) failure hef + 2 d0 for h / hef ≤ 1. The simplified formula given in this table is on the save side.5 hef For spacing (edge distance) smaller than critical spacing (critical edge distance) the design loads have to be reduced.max [mm] 160 200 240 280 320 400 500 560 640 hmin [mm] Minimum spacing smin [mm] 40 50 60 70 80 100 125 140 160 cmin [mm] 40 50 60 70 80 100 125 140 160 Minimum edge distance Critical spacing for splitting failure hef + 30 mm 2 ccr.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with rebar Setting details Data according ETA-11/0493 and ETA-12/0084.sp 1. issue 2012-02-06 Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 12 14 16 18 20 25 32 35 40 (10)a) (12)a) (14)a) Anchor size Nominal diameter of drill bit Effective anchorage and drill hole depth range b) Minimum base material thickness d0 [mm] hef.sp scr.8 h for 2.0 ⋅ hef Critical edge distance for splitting failure c) ccr. a) both given values for drill bit diameter can be used b) hef.sp for h / hef ≥ 2.max (hef: embedment depth) c) h: base material thickness (h ≥ hmin) d) The critical edge distance for concrete cone failure depends on the embedment depth hef and the design bond resistance.3 scr.N 2 ccr.min ≤ hef ≤ hef.N 1.0 > h / hef > 1. 10 / 2012 551 .1.6 hef .3 2.

N ⋅ f2. Influence of concrete strength Influence of edge distance Influence of spacing Valid for a group of two anchors. Design resistance according data given in ETA-11/0493 issued 2012-08-08 for HIT-HY 200-A and ETA-12/0084 issued 2012-08-08 for HIT-HY 200-R.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.3 60. The influencing factors must then be considered for each edge distance and spacing.sp = N Rd.p ⋅ fB.s .N ⋅ f3. For an optimized design.N - Concrete splitting resistance (only non-cracked concrete): 0 NRd.Combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance: 0 NRd. anchor calculation can be performed using PROFIS anchor design software.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with rebar Simplified design method Simplified version of the design method according ETAG 001.N ⋅ fh.6 192.Steel resistance: NRd.N ⋅ fre.N ⋅ fh.N Basic design tensile resistance Design steel resistance NRd.s Anchor size NRd. The design method is based on the following simplification: No different loads are acting on individual anchors (no eccentricity) The values are valid for one anchor.p ⋅ fre. For more complex fastening applications please use the anchor design software PROFIS Anchor.s BSt 500 S 552 [kN] Data according ETA-11/0493 and ETA-12/0084.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.7 44. (The method may also be applied for anchor groups with more than two anchors or more than one edge distance. Both mortars possess identical technical load performance. issue 2012-02-06 Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 20.7 79.sp ⋅ f2. Tension loading The design tensile resistance is the lower value of .c = N0Rd.sp ⋅ f3.1 315.7 10 / 2012 .3 123.N ⋅ f3.0 30.9 242. TR 029.sp ⋅ fh.N . The simplified calculated design loads take a conservative approach: They will be lower than the exact values according to ETAG 001.p ⋅ f1.p = N Rd.Concrete cone resistance: NRd.N ⋅ f2.N ⋅ fre. TR 029.

5 124.3 34.p Temperature range II N0Rd.sp ⋅ f3.55 553 .1 170.0 110.6 19.p Temperature range II N0Rd.4 7.5 190.0 36.7 24.N ⋅ f2.cube = concrete compressive strength.7 110.5 Design concrete cone resistance NRd.5 41.N ⋅ fh.4 22.2 73.6 102.7 20.8 87.6 77.p Temperature range III Data according ETA-11/0493 and ETA-12/0084.5 6.cube = concrete compressive strength.2 58.2 27.sp ⋅ f2.0 26.3 85.5 55.2 60.8 74.N Design splitting resistance a) NRd.2 140.1 79.p ⋅ fre.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with rebar Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance NRd.typ [mm] Non cracked concrete N0Rd.4 174.5 44.1 58. issue 2012-02-06 Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 80 90 110 125 145 170 210 270 300 [kN] [kN] [kN] 16.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.8 16.7 Splitting resistance must only be considered for non-cracked concrete Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 C 45/55 C 50/60 0.p Temperature range I N0Rd.7 38.typ Influence of concrete strength on concrete cone resistance Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) 1/2 a) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 fB = (f ck.0 33.9 53.sp ⋅ f h.N ⋅ f2.8 25.4 15.1 28.9 110.1 1. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length Influence of embedment depth on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance fh.N ⋅ f3.6 241.2 18.N ⋅ fre.5 149.5 131. issue 2012-02-06 Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 24.cube/25N/mm²) 1 1.3 48.p ⋅ f1.N Anchor size Typical embedment depth hef.6 41.48 1.p Temperature range I N0Rd.p = N0Rd.3 201.N Anchor size N0Rd.N ⋅ f3.0 106.7 31.34 1.2 35.5 27.0 158.0 93.cube/25N/mm²) 1 a) fck.3 134.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.6 23.2 13.7 33.9 20.9 [kN] [kN] [kN] - 9.6 100.c Cracked concrete [kN] a) Data according ETA-11/0493 and ETA-12/0084.c = N0Rd.N ⋅ fh.41 a) fck.4 11.N ⋅ fre.p Temperature range III Cracked concrete N0Rd.6 18.p = (f ck.1 a) f B. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length 10 / 2012 C 45/55 C 50/60 1.22 1.3 49.c Non cracked concrete [kN] N0Rd.0 60.5 71.p = hef/hef.sp = N0Rd.p ⋅ fB.8 39.1 13.8 47.

0 36.91 0.3 0.7 0.s BSt 500 S 554 [kN] Data according ETA-11/0493 and ETA-12/0084.82 0.3 90.7 + 0.5⋅(1 + s/scr.60 0. Influence of embedment depth on concrete cone resistance fh.1 s/scr.sp = 0. These influencing factors must be considered for every edge distance smaller than the critical edge distance.65 0.sp f 3.3 14.N = 0.3 10 / 2012 .79 0. Influence of anchor spacing a) s/scr.80 0.55 0.9 0.N = 0.N) 0.95 1 0.90 0.3 0.N = 0.p and NRd.2 0.c = V0Rd.7 57.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with rebar Influence of edge distance a) c/ccr.85 0.sp) a) The anchor spacing shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin given in the table with the setting details.55 0.65 0.85 0.75 0.4 0.1 0.8 0.7 28.85 0.7 + 0.cp = k ⋅ lower value of NRd.90 0. This influencing factor must be considered for every anchor spacing.sp f 2.Concrete edge resistance: VRd.7 20.70 0.9 1 0.5 0.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.73 0.4 0.7 147.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Basic design shear resistance Design steel resistance VRd.76 0.5⋅(1 + s/scr. If in the area of anchorage there is reinforcement with a spacing ≥ 150 mm (any diameter) or with a diameter ≤ 10 mm and a spacing ≥ 100 mm.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.85 0.N = (hef/hef. a) Shear loading The design shear resistance is the lower value of .94 0.5 Influence of reinforcement hef [mm] 60 70 80 90 ≥ 100 a) a) a) 0.9 1 0.3⋅c/ccr.Steel resistance: - Concrete pryout resistance: .5 + hef/200mm ≤ 1 a) This factor applies only for dense reinforcement.97 1 c/ccr.N 0.88 0.7 0.80 0.typ)1.6 0.2 0.95 1 f 2.60 0.5 0.s VRd.c VRd.N f 1.6 0.3⋅c/ccr.s Anchor size VRd.N) 0.70 0. then a factor f re = 1 may be applied.sp f 1.N 0.8 f re.0 112.75 0.N = 0.sp = 0.8 0. issue 2012-02-06 Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 9.sp) a) The the edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin given in the table with the setting details.95 1 f 3.sp = 0.

6 15.22 1.34 1.77 0.0 39.15 0.13 1.1 1.cube = concrete compressive strength.9 8.cube/25N/mm²)1/2 a) 1 1.2 47.7 27.2 10.50 0.05 1.7 33.75 0.c k=2 a) NRd.0 [kN] - 6.c: Design concrete cone resistance = V0Rd.00 1 (cos αV )2 +  sin αV  2  2.9 1. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1. issue 2012-02-06 Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 Anchor size Non-cracked concrete V0Rd.6 11.6 13.45 0.48 1.5 41.6 0.5 ⋅ c)} 1/2 ≤1 555 .24 1.2 1.01 1.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Design concrete edge resistance VRd.55 Influence of angle between load applied and the direction perpendicular to the free edge Angle ß fβ = 0° 10° 20° 30° 40° 50° 60° 70° 80° ≥ 90° 1 1.41 a) fck.71 0.2 27.0 18.c Cracked concrete V0Rd.05 1.c [kN] 5.8 Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 fB = (f ck.3 59.32 0.cp = lower valuea) of k ⋅ NRd.55 0.32 2.p: Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance NRd.1 8.5 0.p and k ⋅ NRd.64 1.97 2.5  Influence of base material thickness h/c fh = 10 / 2012 {h/(1.63 0.84 0.3 0.2 19.35 ≥ 1.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with rebar Design concrete pryout resistance VRd.c Data according ETA-11/0493 and ETA-12/0084.40 1.45 0.95 1.89 0.

36 3.33 5.86 3.38 4.57 0.50 4.50 11.40 1.40 0.06 2.75 7.67 20 30 40 0.59 1.84 1.21 8.25 1.00 6.32 1.72 5.40 1.47 2.63 5.26 9.81 3.31 10.50 3.83 2.25 9.63 2.32 2.81 4.54 6.04 5.30 4.68 hef/d f hef = 4 4.90 3.83 4.16 7.36 7.38 3.50 8.75 5.77 2.00 1.00 1.79 9.65 0.75 0.22 1.73 3.36 6.25 3.75 6.83 6.18 6.84 2.76 2.65 0.22 7.40 1.21 4.00 1.65 0.51 4.35 0.25 8.78 10.40 1.27 7.75 1.32 2.72 4.35 0.32 2.33 7.56 4.75 7.12 2.00 2.25 6.99 9.19 10 15 0.84 1.60 fc = (d / c) a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin.44 4.65 0.40 1.29 6.05 6.71 6.32 1.44 6.54 1.56 4.08 6.4.83 1.38 3.98 4. 556 10 / 2012 .94 9.56 5.51 0.65 2.65 0.40 1.32 2.38 2.95 8.50 Influence of edge distance a) 4 c/d 6 8 0.97 10.50 7.95 3.88 2.35 0.81 7.35 0.02 7.49 8.71 0.86 5.02 10.83 3.86 6.50 9.45 7.91 5.11 6.00 4.84 1.63 0.50 6.83 3.75 7.76 4.74 3.75 0.50 9.93 6.11 3.84 1.43 6.75 10.08 5.40 1.77 0.87 7.33 4.59 5.65 0.74 7.00 1.38 3.00 5.63 6.21 4.35 0.32 3.00 9.5 Single anchor 0.32 2.83 2.55 3.04 a) The anchor spacing and the minimum edge distance cmin.06 4.65 0.18 5.63 0.77 2.17 8.84 1.00 3.75 4.75 2.05 ⋅ (hef / d) 1.26 1.38 3.45 9.35 0.81 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 3.50 1.00 11.55 3.65 0.17 2.56 4.35 0.83 2.72 8.32 2.50 5.35 0.69 3.84 5.95 3.30 6.25 6.53 1.31 1.04 7.95 3.50 8.35 0.55 6.26 minimum anchor spacing 10.62 7.75 0.50 12.09 edge distance shall not be smaller than the 7.31 8.00 8.96 3.49 2.78 6.32 2.98 2.12 4.52 0.55 10.40 1. Combined tension and shear loading For combined tension and shear loading see section “Anchor Design”.08 7.87 4.75 8.26 7.74 9.84 1.73 5.19 3.28 4.00 7.61 3.26 3.07 1.99 7.31 6. Precalculated values Recommended loads can be calculated by dividing the design resistance by an overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.03 6.05 ⋅ (hef / d) 1.20 5.70 5.65 0.35 0.00 1.27 6.00 2.83 2.25 8.56 2.65 0.36 4.35 0.11 4.25 0.39 8.22 8.75 1.00 1.47 7.63 6.00 1.67 9.84 6.40 1.39 2.00 1.03 3.17 9.42 7.69 7.56 3.84 1.5 ⋅ (1 + s / [3 ⋅ c]) ⋅ 0.82 1.00 3.30 2.22 7.68 0.25 2.98 5.00 1.00 1.50 5.65 1.95 2.15 3.75 1.00 0.38 1.59 7.85 smin and the Influence of embedment depth hef/d f hef = 0.25 3.61 5.84 1.35 0.83 2.45 5.54 6.81 3.42 7.84 1.95 4.65 0.18 5.25 3.73 7.84 0.12 1.88 1.38 1.57 5.55 7.01 1.94 2.67 0.15 5.96 3.27 5.00 1.00 5.90 4.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with rebar Influence of anchor spacing and edge distance a) for concrete edge resistance: f4 f4 = (c/hef)1.00 1.73 8.37 2.5 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 0.40 1.25 4.35 0.10 6.32 2.43 0.38 3.57 5.38 3.14 5.00 6.35 0.86 5.20 5.55 7.38 9.20 5.98 1.00 1.99 8.25 5.90 8.25 12.52 3.92 8.68 3.83 8.35 4.56 4.38 3.20 5.89 7.65 0.27 0.44 2.15 3.65 1.64 2.15 5.67 5.76 4.95 3.90 4.50 6.25 5.84 2.50 0.99 6.88 9.95 4. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.94 4.66 8.55 5.57 2.50 0.20 2.75 4.25 3.45 8. c/hef Group of two anchors s/hef 2.65 0.15 2.65 1.16 5.68 4.02 8.68 1.16 3.35 5.32 1.60 4.96 7.87 6.41 5.40 1.46 3.35 0.25 5.85 6.73 4.90 6.41 5.51 3.49 2.83 2.64 4.

Temperature range I Data according ETA-11/0493 and ETA-12/0084.3 67.1 57.7 28.7 31.3 9.0 36.5 127. issue 2012-02-06 Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 60 60 72 84 96 120 150 168 192 Embedment depth hef.3 90.5 4.2 22.0 36.5 8.6 53.2 43.7 28. no edge effects.1 112.4 27.7 19.8 80.3 14. spacing (s = smin) .7 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.4 16.5 12.7 7.5 12.9 6.7 28.8 21.2 8.cube = 25 N/mm². without lever arm Non cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 3.4 95. min.7 30.4 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 4. issue 2012-02-06 Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 60 60 72 84 96 120 150 168 192 Embedment depth hef.1 = [mm] 90 90 104 120 136 170 214 238 272 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor.2 Shear VRd: double anchor.0 36.5 31. min.7 20.7 57.6 20.5 10 / 2012 557 . edge distance (c = cmin) .0 16. Temperature range I Data according ETA-11/0493 and ETA-12/0084. no edge effects.7 17.4 11.3 80.8 44.1 15.6 17.7 13.6 15.2 22.9 Shear VRd: single anchor. min.3 9.3 89. edge distance (c = cmin) Non cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 7.4 12.3 13.0 20. without lever arm Non cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 9.0 16. issue 2012-02-06 Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 60 60 72 84 96 120 150 168 192 Embedment depth hef.7 20.7 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.2 104.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with rebar Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.7 147.0 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 3.7 44.3 23. no edge effects.2 21.5 4.9 31.5 44.3 12.cube = 25 N/mm².1 = [mm] 90 90 104 120 136 170 214 238 272 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 120 135 150 150 Edge distance c = cmin= [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor.cube = 25 N/mm².9 37.7 10.6 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 6.0 112.6 41.0 28.7 57.6 17.3 42.3 63.2 30.9 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 8.9 27. without lever arm Non cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 9.3 14.1 = [mm] 90 90 104 120 136 170 214 238 272 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 120 135 150 150 Spacing s = smin= [mm] Tensile NRd: double anchor.9 40.0 19.1 20.7 57. spacing (s = smin) Non cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 7.8 73.4 22.7 33. min.3 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 4.3 25.3 61. Temperature range I (load values are valid for single anchor) Data according ETA-11/0493 and ETA-12/0084. no edge effects Non cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 12.6 Shear VRd: single anchor.6 25.3 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 12.2 32.5 37.7 50.3 88.9 9.0 36.1 52.

2 19.3 63. Temperature range I Data according ETA-11/0493 and ETA-12/0084.typ = [mm] 110 120 142 161 185 220 274 340 380 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor.5 124.2 7.7 57.3 74.3 36.7 30.0 36.7 28.4 31. min. edge distance (c = cmin) Non cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 9.typ = [mm] 110 120 142 161 185 220 274 340 380 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 120 135 150 150 Spacing s = smin= [mm] Tensile NRd: double anchor.2 12.1 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 6.9 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 5.7 Shear VRd: single anchor.8 5. issue 2012-02-06 Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 80 90 110 125 145 170 210 270 300 Embedment depth hef.8 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.9 51.5 149.4 19.7 28.6 102.3 88.3 14.5 12.0 36.1 72. Temperature range I (load values are valid for single anchor) Data according ETA-11/0493 and ETA-12/0084.3 7.7 145.5 27.9 18.2 66.7 20.3 90.9 33.5 Shear VRd: single anchor.7 57.7 16. issue 2012-02-06 Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 80 90 110 125 145 170 210 270 300 Embedment depth hef.7 147. without lever arm Non cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 9.5 83.3 25.9 97. min. Temperature range I Data according ETA-11/0493 and ETA-12/0084.7 72.2 15.7 20. without lever arm Non cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 9.3 cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 14. edge distance (c = cmin) .0 36.0 106.9 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 9.cube = 25 N/mm².5 24.1 15. issue 2012-02-06 Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Ø28 Ø32 80 90 110 125 145 170 210 270 300 Embedment depth hef.0 58.6 33. spacing (s = smin) .6 23. spacing (s = smin) Non cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 10.9 11.4 174.8 73.7 20.7 34.0 81.7 57.0 112.7 Shear VRd: double anchor.7 112.4 11.6 14.0 43.5 44.7 147.cube = 25 N/mm².0 112.7 28.7 20.7 147.1 58.2 59.7 28.2 44.1 22. min.5 558 10 / 2012 .4 38.0 112.5 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 3.7 57. min.4 25.2 15.5 20.6 31.3 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.3 11.3 14.9 22. no edge effects Non cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 16.Hilti HIT-HY 200 with rebar Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.7 5.9 43.3 90.cube = 25 N/mm².0 36. no edge effects. no edge effects. without lever arm Non cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 3.0 49.8 26.3 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 14.5 34.typ = [mm] 110 120 142 161 185 220 274 340 380 Base material thickness hmin= [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 120 135 150 150 Edge distance c = cmin= [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor. no edge effects.6 21.8 21.3 90.

Hilti HIT-HY 200
with rebar

Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck,cube = 25 N/mm², Temperature range I
Data according ETA-11/0493 and ETA-12/0084, issue 2012-02-06
Anchor size
Ø8
Ø10
Ø12
Ø14
Ø16
Ø20
Ø25
Ø28
Ø32
96
120
144
168
192
240
300
336
384
Embedment depth
hef,2 = [mm]
126
150
176
204
232
290
364
406
464
Base material thickness hmin= [mm]
Tensile NRd: single anchor, no edge effects
Non cracked concrete
BSt 500 S
[kN]
19,3
30,2
43,4
59,1
77,2
120,6 174,9 207,4 253,3
Cracked concrete
BSt 500 S
[kN]
12,6
25,3
34,5
45,0
70,4
110,0 137,9 180,2
Shear VRd: single anchor, no edge effects, without lever arm
Non cracked
BSt 500 S
[kN]
9,3
14,7
20,7
28,0
36,7
57,3
90,0
112,7 147,3
Cracked concrete
BSt 500 S
[kN]
14,7
20,7
28,0
36,7
57,3
90,0
112,7 147,3
Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck,cube = 25 N/mm², Temperature range I
Data according ETA-11/0493 and ETA-12/0084, issue 2012-02-06
Anchor size
Ø8
Ø10
Ø12
Ø14
Ø16
Ø20
Ø25
Ø28
Ø32
96
120
144
168
192
240
300
336
384
Embedment depth
hef,2 = [mm]
126
150
176
204
232
290
364
406
464
Base material thickness hmin= [mm]
40
50
60
80
100
120
135
150
150
Edge distance
c = cmin= [mm]
Tensile NRd: single anchor, min. edge distance (c = cmin)
Non cracked concrete
BSt 500 S
[kN]
11,0
17,2
24,8
33,9
42,4
58,6
79,7
94,3
111,7
Cracked concrete
BSt 500 S
[kN]
7,2
14,5
20,9
28,5
43,7
64,0
75,7
88,6
Shear VRd: single anchor, min. edge distance (c = cmin) , without lever arm
Non cracked and cracked concrete
BSt 500 S
[kN]
3,9
5,7
7,8
12,0
16,9
23,6
30,5
36,7
39,6
Cracked concrete
BSt 500 S
[kN]
4,0
5,5
8,5
12,0
16,7
21,6
26,0
28,1
Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck,cube = 25 N/mm², Temperature range I
(load values are valid for single anchor)
Data according ETA-11/0493 and ETA-12/0084, issue 2012-02-06
Anchor size
Ø8
Ø10
Ø12
Ø14
Ø16
Ø20
Ø25
Ø28
Ø32
96
120
144
168
192
240
300
336
384
Embedment depth
hef,2 = [mm]
126
150
176
204
232
290
364
406
464
Base material thickness hmin= [mm]
40
50
60
80
100
120
135
150
150
Spacing
s = smin= [mm]
Tensile NRd: double anchor, no edge effects, min. spacing (s = smin)
Non cracked concrete
BSt 500 S
[kN]
12,9
19,9
28,1
38,4
49,9
69,5
96,2
113,9 137,6
Cracked concrete
BSt 500 S
[kN]
8,8
17,0
23,3
30,5
46,3
69,3
84,9
102,1
Shear VRd: double anchor, no edge effects, min. spacing (s = smin) , without lever arm
Non cracked concrete
BSt 500 S
[kN]
9,3
14,7
20,7
28,0
36,7
57,3
90,0
112,7 147,3
Cracked concrete
BSt 500 S
[kN]
14,3
20,7
28,0
36,7
57,3
90,0
112,7 147,3

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Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX
with HIT-TZ

Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with HIT-TZ
Injection mortar system

Benefits
Hilti HITHY 150 MAX
330 ml foil pack

- suitable for cracked and noncracked concrete C 20/25 to
C 50/60

(also available
as 500 ml
and 1400 ml
foil pack)

- hammer drilled and diamond
cored bore holes
- high loading capacity
- suitable for dry and water
saturated concrete
- under water application
- No cleaning required

Statik mixer

HIT-TZ
HIT-RTZ rod

Concrete

Tensile
zone

Corrosion
resistance

European
Technical
Approval

CE
conformity

PROFIS
Anchor
design
software

Approvals / certificates
Description
European technical approval

a)

Authority / Laboratory
DIBt, Berlin

No. / date of issue
ETA-04/0084 / 2009-12-09

a) All data given in this section according ETA-04/0084, issue 2009-12-09.

Basic loading data (for a single anchor)
All data in this section applies to
For details see Simplified design method
- Correct setting (See setting instruction)
- No edge distance and spacing influence
- Steel failure
- Base material thickness, as specified in the table
- Embedment depth, as specified in the table
- One anchor material, as specified in the tables
- Concrete C 20/25, fck,cube = 25 N/mm²
- Temperate range I
(min. base material temperature -40°C, max. long ter m/short term base material temperature: +50°C/80°C)
- Installation temperature range +5°C to +40°C

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Embedment depth and base material thickness for the basic loading data.
Mean ultimate resistance, characteristic resistance, design resistance, recommended
loads.
Anchor size
Embedment depth [mm]
Base material thickness [mm]

M8
55
110

M10
65
130

M12
75
150

M16
90
180

M20
120
240

Mean ultimate resistance a): concrete C 20/25 – fck,cube = 25 N/mm², anchor HIT-TZ
Anchor size
Non-cracked concrete
Tensile NRu,m HIT-TZ

M8

M10

M12

M16

M20

[kN]

21,3

26,7

33,3

57,5

88,5

Shear VRu,m
HIT-TZ
Cracked concrete
Tensile NRu,m HIT-TZ

[kN]

11,6

17,9

26,3

49,4

77,7

[kN]

12,0

21,3

26,7

40,0

53,3

Shear VRu,m

[kN]

12,0

17,9

26,3

49,4

77,7

HIT-TZ

Characteristic resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck,cube = 25 N/mm², anchor HIT-TZ
Anchor size
Non-cracked concrete
Tensile NRk
HIT-TZ

M8

M10

M12

M16

M20

[kN]

16,0

20,0

25,0

43,1

66,4

Shear VRk
HIT-TZ
Cracked concrete
Tensile NRk
HIT-TZ

[kN]

11,0

17,0

25,0

47,0

74,0

[kN]

9,0

16,0

20,0

30,0

40,0

Shear VRk

[kN]

9,0

17,0

25,0

47,0

74,0

HIT-TZ

Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck,cube = 25 N/mm², anchor HIT-TZ
Anchor size
Non-cracked concrete
Tensile NRd
HIT-TZ

M8

M10

M12

M16

M20

[kN]

10,7

13,3

16,7

28,7

44,3

Shear VRd
HIT-TZ
Cracked concrete
Tensile NRd
HIT-TZ

[kN]

8,8

13,6

20,0

37,6

59,2

[kN]

6,0

10,7

13,3

20,0

26,7

Shear VRd

[kN]

6,0

13,6

20,0

37,6

53,3

HIT-TZ

Recommended loads a): concrete C 20/25 – fck,cube = 25 N/mm², anchor HIT-TZ
Anchor size
Non-cracked concrete
Tensile Nrec
HIT-TZ

M8

M10

M12

M16

M20

[kN]

7,6

9,5

11,9

20,5

31,6

Shear Vrec
HIT-TZ
Cracked concrete
Tensile Nrec
HIT-TZ

[kN]

6,3

9,7

14,3

26,9

42,3

[kN]

4,3

7,6

9,5

14,3

19,0

Shear Vrec

[kN]

4,3

9,7

14,3

26,9

38,1

HIT-TZ

a) With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1,4. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of
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Service temperature range
Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX injection mortar with anchor rod HIT-TZ may be applied in the temperature ranges given
below. An elevated base material temperature may lead to a reduction of the design bond resistance.

Temperature range

Base material
temperature

Temperature range I

-40 °C to +80 °C

Maximum long term
base material
temperature
+50 °C

Maximum short term
base material
temperature
+80 °C

Max short term base material temperature
Short-term elevated base material temperatures are those that occur over brief intervals, e.g. as a result of
diurnal cycling.
Max long term base material temperature
Long-term elevated base material temperatures are roughly constant over significant periods of time.

Materials
Mechanical properties of HIT-(R)TZ
Anchor size
Nominal
HIT-TZ
tensile
HIT-RTZ
strength f uk
HIT-TZ
Yield
strength fyk
HIT-RTZ
Stressed
crossHIT-TZ
section As
Moment of
HIT-TZ
resistance W

M8

M10

M12

M16

M20

[N/mm²]

600

600

600

600

600

[N/mm²]

600

600

600

600

600

[N/mm²]
[N/mm²]

480
480

480
480

480
480

480
480

480
480

[mm²]

36,6

58,0

84,3

157

245

[mm³]

31,9

62,5

109,7

278

542

M12
M12x75
75

M16
M16x90
90

M20
M20x120
120

M16

M20
TE 40 - TE 70

Material quality
Part

Material
C-steel cold formed
steel galvanized ≥ 5µm
stainless steel cold formed
1.4404 and 1.4401

HIT-TZ
HIT-RTZ

Anchor dimensions
Anchor size
HIT-(R)TZ
Anchor embedment depth

[mm]

M8
M8x55
55

M10
M10x65
65

Setting
installation equipment
Anchor size
Rotary hammer

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M10
M12
TE 2 – TE 16

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Setting instruction
Dry, water-saturated concrete, under water, hammer drilling and diamond coring

1. Diamond coring is permissible only when the Hilti DD EC-1 diamond core drilling machine and the
corresponding DD-C core bit are used.
2. Check the setting depth and compress the drilling dust. It is not necessary to clean the hole.
3. For use with Hilti HIT-HY 150 / Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX. Read the instructions before use.
For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product.

Curing time for general conditions
Temperature
of the base material
30 °C to 40 °C
20 °C to <30 °C
5 °C to <20 °C

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Curing time before anchor
can be fully loaded tcure
30 min
30 min
60 min

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Setting details
Anchor size
Nominal diameter of
drill bit

M8

M10

M12

M16

M20

d0

[mm]

10

12

14

18

22

Diameter of element

d

[mm]

8

10

12

16

20

Effective anchorage
depth

hef

[mm]

55

65

75

90

120

Drill hole depth

h0

[mm]

60

70

80

95

125

Minimum base
material thickness
Diameter of clearance
hole in the fixture
Non cracked concrete
Minimum spacing
for
Minimum edge
distance
for
Cracked concrete
Minimum spacing
for
Minimum edge
distance
for
Critical spacing for
splitting failure
Critical edge distance
for splitting failure
Critical spacing for
concrete cone failure
Critical edge distance
for concrete cone
failure
Torque moment

hmin a)

[mm]

110

130

150

180

240

df

[mm]

9

12

14

18

22

smin
c

[mm]
[mm]

40
50

50
70

55
75

70
80

80
90

cmin

[mm]

40

50

55

70

80

s

[mm]

70

80

85

85

90

smin
c

[mm]
[mm]

40
65

60
85

70
100

80
100

100
120

cmin

[mm]

50

60

70

80

100

s

[mm]

80

120

130

140

150

scr,sp

[mm]

2 ccr,sp

ccr,sp

[mm]

2 hef

70

130

scr,N

2 ccr,N

ccr,N

1,5 hef

Tinst

[Nm]

12

23

40

For spacing (edge distance) smaller than critical spacing (critical edge distance) the design loads have to be
reduced.
a)

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Simplified design method
Simplified version of the design method according ETAG 001, Annex C. Design resistance according data given in
ETA-04/0084, issue 2009-12-09.
Influence of concrete strength
Influence of edge distance
Influence of spacing
Valid for a group of two anchors. (The method may also be applied for anchor groups with more than two
anchors or more than one edge distance. The influencing factors must then be considered for each edge
distance and spacing. The calculated design loads are then on the save side: They will be lower than the
exact values according ETAG 001, Annex C. To avoid this, it is recommended to use the anchor design
software PROFIS anchor)
The design method is based on the following simplification:
No different loads are acting on individual anchors (no eccentricity)
The values are valid for one anchor.
For more complex fastening applications please use the anchor design software PROFIS Anchor.

Tension loading
The design tensile resistance is the lower value of
- Steel resistance:

NRd,s

- Combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance:
0
NRd,p = N Rd,p ⋅ fB,p ⋅ fh,p
- Concrete cone resistance:
-

NRd,c = N0Rd,c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1,N ⋅ f2,N ⋅ f3,N ⋅ fh,N ⋅ fre,N

Concrete splitting resistance (only non-cracked concrete):
0
NRd,sp = N Rd,c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1,sp ⋅ f2,sp ⋅ f3,sp ⋅ f h,sp ⋅ fre,N

Basic design tensile resistance
Design steel resistance NRd,s
Anchor size
NRd,s HIT-TZ

[kN]

M8
14,7

M10
23,3

M12
34,0

M16
62,7

M20
98,0

Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance NRd,p = N0Rd,p ⋅ fB,p ⋅ fh,p
Anchor size
Embedment depth hef [mm]
Non-cracked concrete
N0Rd,p Temperature range I
Cracked concrete
N0Rd,p Temperature range I

M8
55

M10
65

M12
75

M16
90

M20
120

[kN]

10,7

13,3

16,7

28,7

44,3

[kN]

6,0

10,7

13,3

20,0

26,7

Design concrete cone resistance a) NRd,c = N0Rd,c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1,N ⋅ f2,N ⋅ f3,N ⋅ fh,N ⋅ fre,N
Design splitting resistance NRd,sp = N0Rd,c ⋅ fB ⋅ f h,N ⋅ f1,sp ⋅ f2,sp ⋅ f3,sp ⋅ fre,N
Anchor size
0
N Rd,c Non cracked concrete [kN]
0
[kN]
N Rd,c Cracked concrete
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M8
13,7
9,8

M10
17,6
12,6

M12
21,9
15,6

M16
28,7
20,5

M20
44,3
31,5
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Influencing factors
Influence of concrete strength on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance
Concrete strength designation
(ENV 206)

C 20/25

C 25/30

C 30/37

C 35/45

C 40/50

f B,p = (f ck,cube/25N/mm²)0.1 a)
1
1,02
1,04
1,06
1,07
a) fck,cube = concrete compressive strength, measured on cubes with 150 mm side length

C 45/55

C 50/60

1,08

1,09

Influence of embedment depth on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance
fh,p = hef/hef,typ

Influence of concrete strength on concrete cone resistance
Concrete strength designation
(ENV 206)

C 20/25

C 25/30

C 30/37

C 35/45

C 40/50

fB =
(f ck,cube/25N/mm²)1/2 a)
1
1,1
1,22
1,34
1,41
a) fck,cube = concrete compressive strength, measured on cubes with 150 mm side length

C 45/55

C 50/60

1,48

1,55

Influence of edge distance a)
c/ccr,N
c/ccr,sp
f 1,N =

0,7 + 0,3⋅c/ccr,N

f 1,sp = 0,7 + 0,3⋅c/ccr,sp
f 2,N =

0,1

0,2

0,3

0,4

0,5

0,6

0,7

0,8

0,9

1

0,73

0,76

0,79

0,82

0,85

0,88

0,91

0,94

0,97

1

0,5⋅(1 + c/ccr,N)

0,55 0,60 0,65 0,70 0,75 0,80 0,85 0,90 0,95
1
f 2,sp = 0,5⋅(1 + c/ccr,sp)
a) The the edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin given in the table with the
setting details. These influencing factors must be considered for every edge distance smaller than the critical
edge distance.

Influence of anchor spacing a)
s/scr,N

0,1

s/scr,sp
f 3,N =

0,2

0,3

0,4

0,5

0,6

0,7

0,8

0,9

1

0,5⋅(1 + s/scr,N)

0,55 0,60 0,65 0,70 0,75 0,80 0,85 0,90 0,95
1
f 3,sp = 0,5⋅(1 + s/scr,sp)
a) The anchor spacing shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin given in the table with the
setting details. This influencing factor must be considered for every anchor spacing.

Influence of embedment depth on concrete cone resistance
fh,N = (hef/hef,typ)1,5

Influence of reinforcement
hef [mm]

80

90
≥ 100
a)
0,95
1
0,9
f re,N = 0,5 + hef/200mm ≤ 1
a) This factor applies only for dense reinforcement. If in the area of anchorage there is reinforcement with a
spacing ≥ 150 mm (any diameter) or with a diameter ≤ 10 mm and a spacing ≥ 100 mm, then a factor f re = 1
may be applied.
a)

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Shear loading
The design shear resistance is the lower value of
- Steel resistance:
-

VRd,s

Concrete pryout resistance:

- Concrete edge resistance:

VRd,cp = k ⋅ lower value of NRd,p and NRd,c
0
Rd,c

VRd,c = V

⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4

Basic design shear resistance
Design steel resistance VRd,s
Anchor size
VRd,s
HIT-(R)TZ

M8
8,8

[kN]

M10
13,6

M12
20,0

M16
37,6

M20
59,2

Design concrete pryout resistance VRd,cp = lower valuea) of k ⋅ NRd,p and k ⋅ NRd,c
k = 1 for hef < 60 mm
k = 2 for hef ≥ 60 mm
a)

NRd,p: Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance
NRd,c: Design concrete cone resistance

Design concrete edge resistance a) VRd,c = V0Rd,c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4
Cracked concrete

Non-cracked concrete
Anchor size

M8

M10

M12

M16

M20

M8

M10

M12

M16

M20

[kN]
3,1
4,5
6,1
8,5
13,4
1,6
a) For anchor groups only the anchors close to the edge must be considered.

2,4

3,1

5,0

6,9

V0Rd,c

Influencing factors
Influence of concrete strength
Concrete strength designation
(ENV 206)

C 20/25

C 25/30

C 30/37

C 35/45

C 40/50

fB =
(f ck,cube/25N/mm²)1/2 a)
1
1,1
1,22
1,34
1,41
a) fck,cube = concrete compressive strength, measured on cubes with 150 mm side length

C 45/55

C 50/60

1,48

1,55

Influence of angle between load applied and the direction perpendicular to the free edge
Angle ß
fβ =

10°

20°

30°

40°

50°

60°

70°

80°

≥ 90°

1

1,01

1,05

1,13

1,24

1,40

1,64

1,97

2,32

2,50

0,15

0,3

0,45

0,6

0,75

0,9

1,05

1,2

1,35

≥ 1,5

0,22

0,34

0,45

0,54

0,63

0,71

0,79

0,86

0,93

1,00

1

(cos αV )2 +  sin αV 

2

 2,5 

Influence of base material thickness
h/c
fh =
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f4 = (c/hef)1,5 ⋅ (1 + s / [3 ⋅ c]) ⋅ 0,5
Single
anchor 0,75 1,50 2,25
0,50
0,35
0,27 0,35 0,35
0,75
0,65
0,43 0,54 0,65
1,00
1,00
0,63 0,75 0,88
1,25
1,40
0,84 0,98 1,12
1,50
1,84
1,07 1,22 1,38
1,75
2,32
1,32 1,49 1,65
2,00
2,83
1,59 1,77 1,94
2,25
3,38
1,88 2,06 2,25
2,50
3,95
2,17 2,37 2,57
2,75
4,56
2,49 2,69 2,90
3,00
5,20
2,81 3,03 3,25
3,25
5,86
3,15 3,38 3,61
3,50
6,55
3,51 3,74 3,98
3,75
7,26
3,87 4,12 4,36
4,00
8,00
4,25 4,50 4,75
4,25
8,76
4,64 4,90 5,15
4,50
9,55
5,04 5,30 5,57
4,75
10,35 5,45 5,72 5,99
5,00
11,18 5,87 6,15 6,43
5,25
12,03 6,30 6,59 6,87
5,50
12,90 6,74 7,04 7,33
a) The anchor spacing and the edge
minimum edge distance cmin.
c/hef

Group of two anchors s/hef
3,00 3,75 4,50 5,25 6,00 6,75 7,50 8,25 9,00 9,75 10,50 11,25
0,35 0,35 0,35 0,35 0,35 0,35 0,35 0,35 0,35 0,35 0,35 0,35
0,65 0,65 0,65 0,65 0,65 0,65 0,65 0,65 0,65 0,65 0,65 0,65
1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00
1,26 1,40 1,40 1,40 1,40 1,40 1,40 1,40 1,40 1,40 1,40 1,40
1,53 1,68 1,84 1,84 1,84 1,84 1,84 1,84 1,84 1,84 1,84 1,84
1,82 1,98 2,15 2,32 2,32 2,32 2,32 2,32 2,32 2,32 2,32 2,32
2,12 2,30 2,47 2,65 2,83 2,83 2,83 2,83 2,83 2,83 2,83 2,83
2,44 2,63 2,81 3,00 3,19 3,38 3,38 3,38 3,38 3,38 3,38 3,38
2,77 2,96 3,16 3,36 3,56 3,76 3,95 3,95 3,95 3,95 3,95 3,95
3,11 3,32 3,52 3,73 3,94 4,15 4,35 4,56 4,56 4,56 4,56 4,56
3,46 3,68 3,90 4,11 4,33 4,55 4,76 4,98 5,20 5,20 5,20 5,20
3,83 4,06 4,28 4,51 4,73 4,96 5,18 5,41 5,63 5,86 5,86 5,86
4,21 4,44 4,68 4,91 5,14 5,38 5,61 5,85 6,08 6,31 6,55 6,55
4,60 4,84 5,08 5,33 5,57 5,81 6,05 6,29 6,54 6,78 7,02 7,26
5,00 5,25 5,50 5,75 6,00 6,25 6,50 6,75 7,00 7,25 7,50 7,75
5,41 5,67 5,93 6,18 6,44 6,70 6,96 7,22 7,47 7,73 7,99 8,25
5,83 6,10 6,36 6,63 6,89 7,16 7,42 7,69 7,95 8,22 8,49 8,75
6,27 6,54 6,81 7,08 7,36 7,63 7,90 8,17 8,45 8,72 8,99 9,26
6,71 6,99 7,27 7,55 7,83 8,11 8,39 8,66 8,94 9,22 9,50 9,78
7,16 7,45 7,73 8,02 8,31 8,59 8,88 9,17 9,45 9,74 10,02 10,31
7,62 7,92 8,21 8,50 8,79 9,09 9,38 9,67 9,97 10,26 10,55 10,85
distance shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin and the

Combined tension and shear loading
For combined tension and shear loading see section “Anchor Design”.

Precalculated values
Recommended loads can be calculated by dividing the design resistance by an overall partial safety factor for
action γ = 1,4. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national
regulations.

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Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck,cube = 25 N/mm²
Anchor size
M8
M10
Embedment depth
hef = [mm]
55
65
Base material thickness hmin= [mm]
110
130
Tensile NRd: single anchor, no edge effects
Non-cracked concrete
HIT-(R)TZ
[kN]
10,7
13,3
Cracked concrete
HIT-(R)TZ
[kN]
6,0
10,7

M12
75
150

M16
90
180

M20
120
240

16,7

28,7

44,3

13,3

20,0

26,7

Shear VRd: single anchor, no edge effects, without lever arm
Non-cracked concrete
HIT-(R)TZ
[kN]
8,8
13,6
20,0
Cracked concrete
HIT-(R)TZ
[kN]
6,0
13,6
20,0

37,6

59,2

37,6

53,3

M12
75
150

M16
90
180

M20
120
240

70

80

100

Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck,cube = 25 N/mm²
Anchor size
M8
M10
Embedment depth
hef = [mm]
55
65
Base material thickness hmin= [mm]
110
130
Tensile NRd: single anchor, min. edge distance (c = cmin)
Non-cracked concrete
cmin
[mm]
50
60
HIT-(R)TZ
Cracked concrete
cmin

[kN]

6,5

8,2

10,3

17,3

25,9

[mm]

40

50

55

70

80

HIT-(R)TZ

[kN]

3,3

6,0

7,4

11,3

14,2

Shear VRd: single anchor, min. edge distance (c = cmin) , without lever arm
Non-cracked concrete

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cmin

[mm]

50

60

70

80

100

HIT-(R)TZ
Cracked concrete
cmin

[kN]

3,1

4,5

6,1

8,5

13,4

[mm]

40

50

55

70

80

HIT-(R)TZ

[kN]

1,6

2,4

3,1

5,0

6,9

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(load values are valid for single anchor)
Anchor size
M8
M10
M12
Embedment depth
hef = [mm]
55
65
75
Base material thickness hmin= [mm]
110
130
150
Tensile NRd: double anchor, no edge effects, min. spacing (s = smin)
Non-cracked concrete
smin
40
60
70
[mm]

M16
90
180

M20
120
240

80

100

HIT-(R)TZ
Cracked concrete
smin

[kN]

6,3

8,2

10,3

17,6

26,7

[mm]

40

50

55

70

80

HIT-(R)TZ

[kN]

3,5

6,4

7,9

11,9

15,6

Shear VRd: double anchor, no edge effects, min. spacing (s = smin) , without lever arm
Non-cracked concrete
smin
[mm]
40
60
70
80

570

100

HIT-(R)TZ
Cracked concrete
smin

[kN]

6,6

13,6

20,0

37,3

56,5

[mm]

40

50

55

70

80

HIT-(R)TZ

[kN]

3,7

13,4

16,6

25,2

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Injection mortar system

Benefits
Hilti HITHY 150 MAX
330 ml foil pack
(also available
as 500 ml
and 1400 ml
foil pack)

Static mixer
HAS rods
HAS-R rods
HAS-HCR rods
HAS-E rods
HAS-E-R rods
HIT-V rods
HIT-V-R rods
HIT-V-HCR rods

Concrete

Tensile
zone

Small edge
distance
and spacing

Variable
embedment
depth

Corrosion
resistance

High
corrosion
resistance

- suitable for non-cracked concrete
and cracked concrete
C 20/25 to C 50/60
- suitable for dry and water
saturated concrete
- high loading capacity
- rapid curing
- small edge distance and anchor
spacing possible
- large diameter applications
- high corrosion resistant
- in service temperature range up
to 120°C short term/
72°C long term
- manual cleaning for anchor size
M8 to M16 and embedment depth
hef ≤ 10d for non-cracked
concrete only
- embedment depth range:
from 60 ... 160 mm for M8
to 120 ... 600 mm for M30

European
Technical
Approval

CE
conformity

PROFIS
Anchor
design
software

Approvals / certificates
Description
European technical approval
Fire test report

a)

Authority / Laboratory
DIBt, Berlin
MFPA, Leipzig

No. / date of issue
ETA-08/0352 / 2010-04-01
GS 3.2/09-121 Ä / 2011-08-19

a) All data given in this section according ETA-08/0352 issue 2010-04-01.

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Basic loading data (for a single anchor)
All data in this section applies to
For details see Simplified design method
- Correct setting (See setting instruction)
- No edge distance and spacing influence
- Steel failure
- Base material thickness, as specified in the table
- One typical embedment depth, as specified in the table
- One anchor material, as specified in the tables
- Concrete C 20/25, fck,cube = 25 N/mm²
- Temperate range I
(min. base material temperature -40°C, max. long ter m/short term base material temperature: +24°C/40°C)
- Installation temperature range -10°C to +40°C

Embedment depth a) and base material thickness for the basic loading data. Mean
ultimate resistance, characteristic resistance, design resistance, recommended loads.
Anchor size
M8
M10
M12
M16
M20
M24
M27
Typical embedment depth hef [mm]
80
90
110
125
170
210
240
Base material thickness h [mm]
110
120
140
165
220
270
300
a) The allowed range of embedment depth is shown in the setting details. The corresponding load values
calculated according to the simplified design method.

M30
270
340
can be

Mean ultimate resistance: concrete C 20/25 , anchor HIT-V 5.8
Anchor size
Non-cracked concrete

M8

M10

M12

M16

M20

M24

M27

M30

Tensile NRu,m

HIT-V 5.8

[kN]

18,9

30,5

44,1

83,0

129,2

185,9

241,5

288,4

Shear VRu,m

HIT-V 5.8

[kN]

9,5

15,8

22,1

41,0

64,1

92,4

120,8

147,0

Cracked concrete
Tensile NRu,m

HIT-V 5.8

[kN]

-

20,7

30,4

50,3

85,5

126,7

-

-

Shear VRu,m

HIT-V 5.8

[kN]

-

15,8

22,1

41,0

64,1

92,4

-

-

Characteristic resistance: concrete C 20/25 , anchor HIT-V 5.8
Anchor size
Non-cracked concrete
Tensile NRk
HIT-V 5.8

M8

M10

M12

M16

M20

M24

M27

M30

[kN]

18,0

29,0

42,0

70,6

111,9

153,7

187,8

216,3

Shear VRk

HIT-V 5.8

[kN]

9,0

15,0

21,0

39,0

61,0

88,0

115,0

140,0

Cracked concrete
Tensile NRk
HIT-V 5.8

[kN]

-

15,6

22,8

37,7

64,1

95,0

-

-

Shear VRk

[kN]

-

15,0

21,0

39,0

61,0

88,0

-

-

HIT-V 5.8

Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 , anchor HIT-V 5.8
Anchor size
Non-cracked concrete

M8

M10

M12

M16

M20

M24

M27

M30

Tensile NRd

HIT-V 5.8

[kN]

12,0

19,3

28,0

47,1

74,6

102,5

125,2

120,2

Shear VRd

HIT-V 5.8

[kN]

7,2

12,0

16,8

31,2

48,8

70,4

92,0

112,0

Cracked concrete
Tensile NRd

HIT-V 5.8

[kN]

-

10,4

15,2

25,1

42,7

63,3

-

-

Shear VRd

HIT-V 5.8

[kN]

-

12,0

16,8

31,2

48,8

70,4

-

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Recommended loads a): concrete C 20/25 , anchor HIT-V 5.8
Anchor size
Non-cracked concrete

M8

M10

M12

M16

M20

M24

M27

M30

Tensile Nrec

HIT-V 5.8

[kN]

8,6

13,8

20,0

33,6

53,3

73,2

89,4

85,8

Shear Vrec

HIT-V 5.8

[kN]

5,1

8,6

12,0

22,3

34,9

50,3

65,7

80,0

Cracked concrete
Tensile Nrec
HIT-V 5.8

[kN]

-

7,4

10,9

18,0

30,5

45,2

-

-

Shear Vrec

[kN]

-

8,6

12,0

22,3

34,9

50,3

-

-

HIT-V 5.8

a) With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1,4. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of
loading and shall be taken from national regulations.

Service temperature range
Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX injection mortar may be applied in the temperature ranges given below. An elevated base
material temperature may lead to a reduction of the design bond resistance.
Maximum long term
base material
temperature
+24 °C
+50 °C
+72 °C

Base material
temperature

Temperature range
Temperature range I
Temperature range II
Temperature range III

-40 °C to +40 °C
-40 °C to +80 °C
-40 °C to +120 °C

Maximum short term
base material
temperature
+40 °C
+80 °C
+120 °C

Max short term base material temperature
Short-term elevated base material temperatures are those that occur over brief intervals, e.g. as a result of
diurnal cycling.
Max long term base material temperature
Long-term elevated base material temperatures are roughly constant over significant periods of time.

Materials
Mechanical properties of HIT-V / HAS
Anchor size
HIT-V/HAS 5.8
Nominal
HIT-V/HAS 8.8
tensile
strength f uk HIT-V/HAS -R
HIT-V/HAS -HCR
HIT-V/HAS 5.8
HIT-V/HAS
8.8
Yield
strength fyk HIT-V/HAS -R
HIT-V/HAS -HCR
Stressed
HAS
crosssection As HIT-V
Moment of HAS
resistance
HIT-V
W

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[N/mm²]
[N/mm²]
[N/mm²]
[N/mm²]
[N/mm²]
[N/mm²]
[N/mm²]
[N/mm²]

M8
500
800
700
800
400
640
450
600

M10
500
800
700
800
400
640
450
600

M12
500
800
700
800
400
640
450
600

M16
500
800
700
800
400
640
450
600

M20
500
800
700
800
400
640
450
600

M24
500
800
700
700
400
640
450
400

M27
500
800
500
700
400
640
210
400

M30
500
800
500
700
400
640
210
400

[mm²]

32,8

52,3

76,2

144

225

324

427

519

[mm²]

36,6

58,0

84,3

157

245

353

459

561

[mm³]

27,0

54,1

93,8

244

474

809

1274

1706

[mm³]

31,2

62,3

109

277

541

935

1387

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Material quality
Part
Threaded rod
HIT-V(F),
HAS 5.8: M8 – M24
Threaded rod
HIT-V(F),
HAS 8.8 M27 – M30

Material
Strength class 5.8, A5 > 8% ductile
steel galvanized ≥ 5 µm,
(F) hot dipped galvanized ≥ 45 µm,
Strength class 8.8, A5 > 8% ductile
steel galvanized ≥ 5 µm,
(F) hot dipped galvanized ≥ 45 µm,
Stainless steel grade A4, A5 > 8% ductile
strength class 70 for ≤ M24 and class 50 for M27 to M30, 1.4401; 1.4404;
1.4578; 1.4571; 1.4439; 1.4362
High corrosion resistant steel, 1.4529; 1.4565
strength ≤ M20: Rm = 800 N/mm², Rp 0.2 = 640 N/mm², A5 > 8% ductile
M24 to M30: Rm = 700 N/mm², Rp 0.2 = 400 N/mm², A5 > 8% ductile
Steel galvanized, hot dipped galvanized,
Stainless steel, 1.4401; 1.4404; 1.4578; 1.4571; 1.4439; 1.4362
High corrosion resistant steel, 1.4529; 1.4565
Strength class 8,
steel galvanized ≥ 5 µm,
hot dipped galvanized ≥ 45 µm,
Strength class 70, stainless steel grade A4,
1.4401; 1.4404; 1.4578; 1.4571; 1.4439; 1.4362
Strength class 70, high corrosion resistant steel,
1.4529; 1.4565

Threaded rod
HIT-V-R, HAS-R
Threaded rod
HIT-V-HCR, HAS-HCR
Washer
ISO 7089

Nut
EN ISO 4032

Anchor dimensions
M30
M30x270

M27
M27x240

M24
M24x210

[mm]

M20
M20x170

hef

M16
M16x125

Embedment depth

M12
M12x110

Anchor rod
HAS, HAS-R, HAS-HCR
HAS-E, HAS-E-R

M10
M10x90

M8
M8x80

Anchor size

80

90

110

125

170

210

240

270

Anchor rod
HIT-V, HIT-V-R, HIT-V-HCR

Anchor rods HIT-V (-R / -HCR) are available in variable length

Setting
installation equipment
Anchor size
Rotary hammer
Other tools

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M8

M10
M12
M16
M20
M24
M27
M30
TE 2 – TE 16
TE 40 – TE 70
compressed air gun or blow out pump, set of cleaning brushes, dispenser

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hammer drilling a) b) a) Note: Manual cleaning for non-cracked concrete.Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with HIT-V / HAS Setting instruction Dry and water-saturated concrete. 576 10 / 2012 . element sizes d ≤ 16mm and embedment depth hef ≤ 10 d only! b) Note: Extension and piston plug needed for overhead installation and/or embedment depth > 250mm! For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product.

Curing time Temperature of the base material TBM -10 °C ≤ TBM < -5 °C -5 °C ≤ TBM < 0 °C 0 °C ≤ TBM < 5 °C 5 °C ≤ TBM < 20 °C 20 °C ≤ TBM < 30 °C 30 °C ≤ TBM ≤ 40 °C Working time tgel 180 min 40 min 20 min 8 min 5 min 2 min Curing time tcure 12 h 4 h 2 h 1 h 30 min 30 min Setting details d0 Marking of the embedment depth df Bore hole depth h0 = anchorage depth hef Fixture Thickness tfix Thickness of concrete member h 10 / 2012 577 .Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with HIT-V / HAS Working time.

c) h: base material thickness (h ≥ hmin).26 hef Critical spacing for concrete cone failure Critical edge distance for concrete cone failure d) for h / hef ≥ 2.8 h for 2. hef: embedment depth d) The critical edge distance for concrete cone failure depends on the embedment depth hef and the design bond resistance.N [mm] 1. 578 10 / 2012 .max [mm] 160 200 240 320 400 480 540 600 Effective anchorage and drill hole depth for HAS hef [mm] 80 90 110 125 170 210 240 270 Minimum base material thickness hmin [mm] Effective embedment and a) drill hole depth range for HIT-V Diameter of clearance df hole in the fixture hef + 30 mm ≥ 100 mm hef + 2 d0 [mm] 9 12 14 18 22 26 30 33 Torque moment Tmax b) [Nm] 10 20 40 80 150 200 270 300 Minimum spacing smin [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 120 135 150 cmin [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 120 135 150 scr.0 ⋅ hef Critical edge distance for splitting failure c) ccr.0 > h / hef > 1. a) Embedment depth range: hef.max b) Maximum recommended torque moment to avoid splitting failure during installation with minimum spacing and/or edge distance. The simplified formula given in this table is on the save side.0 for h / hef ≤ 1.sp 1.sp [mm] 4.3 2.1.min ≤ hef ≤ hef.Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with HIT-V / HAS Setting details Anchor size Nominal diameter of drill bit M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 d0 [mm] 10 12 14 18 24 28 30 35 hef.5 hef For spacing (or edge distance) smaller than critical spacing (or critical edge distance) the design loads have to be reduced.N [mm] 2 ccr.3 scr.sp [mm] Minimum edge distance Critical spacing for splitting failure 2 ccr.min [mm] 60 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 hef.6 hef .N ccr.

s HAS (-E)-R HIT-V-R HAS (-E)-HCR HIT-V-HCR 10 / 2012 [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] M8 11.0 44. TR 029.0 52.0 130.0 19.sp ⋅ f3.8 132.4 144.7 82.p = N0Rd.9 28.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.0 19.c .0 30.9 M30 187.0 58.sp = N0Rd. The calculated design loads are then on the save side: They will be lower than the exact values according ETAG 001.7 118.N ⋅ f2.3 299.1 579 .7 44.Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with HIT-V / HAS Simplified design method Simplified version of the design method according ETAG 001.0 130.N 0 Rd.6 M27 153.s Anchor size HAS 5.3 30.3 31.7 M24 106. (The method may also be applied for anchor groups with more than two anchors or more than one edge distance.9 18.c = N - ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.7 19. it is recommended to use the anchor design software PROFIS anchor) The design method is based on the following simplification: No different loads are acting on individual anchors (no eccentricity) The values are valid for one anchor.3 12.p ⋅ f1.3 244.0 188. The influencing factors must then be considered for each edge distance and spacing.7 187.1 106.7 84.7 75.7 84.8 NRd.0 54.N Basic design tensile resistance Design steel resistance NRd. For more complex fastening applications please use the anchor design software PROFIS Anchor.p ⋅ fre. Influence of concrete strength Influence of edge distance Influence of spacing Valid for a group of two anchors.N ⋅ f3.N ⋅ fh. TENSION loading The design tensile resistance is the lower value of .3 28.6 40.7 M12 25. issue 2010-04-01.3 19.8 76.3 175.8 152.0 120.Combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance: NRd. TR 029.sp ⋅ f2. To avoid this.N ⋅ fre.8 HIT-V 5.3 13.p ⋅ fB.0 92.Steel resistance: NRd.sp ⋅ fh.N ⋅ f2.8 HIT-V 8.3 231.7 28.8 21.7 M16 48.7 84.N ⋅ fh.N Concrete splitting resistance (only non-cracked concrete): NRd.3 M10 17. Design resistance according data given in ETA-08/0352.s .7 117.N ⋅ fre.0 98.3 92.3 281.8 HAS 8.3 12.N ⋅ f3.0 M20 74.Concrete cone resistance: NRd.9 80.0 119.

580 10 / 2012 .sp = 0.sp) ≤ 1 a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin.cube/25N/mm²) 1 1.sp ⋅ f2.5 27.7 122.sp f 1.0 14.76 0.9 63.2 0.65 0.3 46.cube/25N/mm²)0.p ⋅ f1.3 29.6 18.cube = concrete compressive strength.sp ⋅ f3.4 47.55 0.00 1.6 63.08 1.7 0.6 13.4 8.85 0.cube = concrete compressive strength.8 12.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.p Temperature range II [kN] N0Rd.79 0.2 [kN] N0Rd.82 0.0 18.60 0.3 85.6 0.0 32.N ⋅ fh.5 5.sp ⋅ f h.c = N0Rd.1 1.4 8.3 116.N ≤ 1 f 1.3 25.0 Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 1.N ⋅ f3.9 22.N) ≤ 1 0.N ⋅ f3.10 a) a) fck.4 54.N Design splitting resistance a) NRd. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.N = 0. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.73 0.2 - M30 124.97 1 0.p Temperature range I [kN] N0Rd.p = (f ck.3 27.5 a) fB = (f ck.9 1 0.6 - 10.95 1 f 2.typ Influence of concrete strength on concrete cone resistance Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 0.N ⋅ fre.1 24.1 74.8 8.70 0.3 63.sp = N0Rd.7 42.55 Influence of edge distance a) c/ccr.02 1.N ⋅ f2.p Temperature range II [kN] N0Rd.N ⋅ fh.5 78.2 - - M27 125.94 0.6 32.p Temperature range III [kN] Cracked concrete N0Rd.5 0.1 23.p = hef/hef.sp = 0.N ⋅ fre.7 42.c Cracked concrete a) Splitting resistance must only be considered for non-cracked concrete.p Temperature range III [kN] M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 80 90 110 125 170 210 240 270 15.7 15.4 0.2 13.3 42.5 53.5 73.41 a) fck.3 135.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.3⋅c/ccr.8 0.N Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 20.1 105.c Non-cracked concrete [kN] 20.90 0.N Anchor size Typical embedment depth hef = hef. These influencing factors must be considered for every edge distance smaller than the critical edge distance.1 0.7 + 0.p = N0Rd.07 f B.06 1.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.3⋅c/ccr.p Temperature range I [kN] N0Rd.N = 0.Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with HIT-V / HAS Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance NRd.6 N0Rd.5 50.48 1.88 0.3 0.09 Influence of embedment depth on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance fh.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.75 0.sp ≤ 1 f 2.N c/ccr.6 120.7 + 0.7 33.typ [mm] Non-cracked concrete N0Rd.7 24.2 99.5 - Design concrete cone resistance NRd. M24 102.p ⋅ fB.1 74.91 0.04 1.80 0.22 1.p ⋅ fre.0 63.85 0.N ⋅ f2.34 1.

9 M27 92.8 HIT-V 5.5⋅(1 + s/scr.95 1 f 3.0 70.7 35.4 M12 15.4 12.5 64.p and k ⋅ NRd.8 31.0 M10 10.8 16.7 0.0 7.c: Design concrete cone resistance 10 / 2012 581 .55 0.cp = k ⋅ lower value of NRd.7 8.8 7.1 s/scr.c VRd.5 0.4 12.4 12.8 HAS 8.2 0.8 79.sp) ≤ 1 a) The anchor spacing shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin.8 48.4 0.4 M20 44.75 0.2 12.2 12.80 0.3 10.c k = 2 for hef ≥ 60 mm a) NRd. Influence of embedment depth on concrete cone resistance fh.85 0.2 147. This influencing factor must be considered for every anchor spacing.3 0.8 78. then a factor fre.0 18.5 Influence of reinforcement hef [mm] 40 50 60 70 80 90 ≥ 100 a) a) a) a) a) a) 0. SHEAR loading The design shear resistance is the lower value of .1 72.2 55.cp = lower valuea) of k ⋅ NRd.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Basic design shear resistance Design steel resistance VRd. If in the area of anchorage there is reinforcement with a spacing ≥ 150 mm (any diameter) or with a diameter ≤ 10 mm and a spacing ≥ 100 mm.8 71.4 50.s Anchor size HAS 5.2 16.4 50.90 0.5 + hef/200mm ≤ 1 a) This factor applies only for dense reinforcement.sp f 3.N = 0.9 92.s VRd.3 86.0 78.2 24.N = (hef/hef.60 0.3 46.0 168.7 f re.8 179.0 Design concrete pryout resistance VRd.5 58.4 M24 64.8 VRd.8 HIT-V 8.2 45.N) ≤ 1 0.8 27.7 112.Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with HIT-V / HAS Influence of anchor spacing a) s/scr.N 0.2 17.p and NRd.2 M16 28.typ)1.Steel resistance: - Concrete pryout resistance: .0 M30 112.N = 0.3 19.p: Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance NRd.N = 1 may be applied.c = V0Rd.8 105.0 70.4 32.5⋅(1 + s/scr.Concrete edge resistance: VRd.sp = 0.8 0.9 1 0.s HAS (-E)-R HIT-V-R HAS (-E)-HCR HIT-V-HCR [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] [kN] M8 6.70 0.8 48.4 112.6 0.8 18.75 0.95 1 0.2 50.8 0.9 0.6 55.65 0.85 0.8 27.0 139.

6 18.c M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 [kN] 5.34 1.55 Influence of angle between load applied and the direction perpendicular to the free edge Angle ß fβ = 0° 10° 20° 30° 40° 50° 60° 70° 80° ≥ 90° 1 1.40 1.5 53.c Anchor size Non-cracked concrete V0Rd.9 1.Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with HIT-V / HAS = V0Rd.2 13.97 2.89 0.7 27.77 0.41 a) fck.2 19.63 0.cube = concrete compressive strength.5 ⋅ c)} 1/2 ≤1 10 / 2012 .cube/25N/mm²) 1 1.c Cracked concrete V0Rd.5 - Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 1/2 a) fB = (f ck.3 0.01 1.05 1.2 25.9 8.48 1.2 1.00 1 (cos αV )2 +  sin αV  2  2.55 0.45 0.45 0.24 1.0 [kN] - 6.1 1.9 31.5  Influence of base material thickness h/c fh = 582 {h/(1.6 0.84 0.15 0.5 0.6 44.32 2.0 36.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Design concrete edge resistance VRd.75 0.22 1.32 0.71 0.1 8.13 1.95 1.35 ≥ 1.50 0.6 11.05 1.64 1. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.

78 4.55 5.50 0.32 1.15 3.65 0.81 3.31 8.50 5.Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with HIT-V / HAS Influence of anchor spacing and edge distance a) for concrete edge resistance: f4 f4 = (c/hef)1.40 1.33 5.76 4.73 5.74 7.32 3.68 3.85 smin and the Influence of embedment depth hef/d f hef = 0.45 7.00 7.50 9.75 7.65 1.71 0.81 3.00 3.38 9.00 1.69 7.73 8.65 0.56 3.56 4.5 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 0.70 6.67 0.75 7.68 4.84 6.40 1.22 7.22 1.65 2.47 7.98 1.36 4.84 1.02 8.65 0.65 0.5 Single anchor 0.62 7.32 1.25 12.88 9.35 4.83 2.12 2.00 11.38 3.18 6.35 0.61 3.65 0.35 0.00 1.30 4.35 0.00 1.38 3.36 7.36 3.84 1.25 6.83 6.63 0.06 2.26 3.40 1.04 7.54 6.75 6.00 1.56 3.74 3.30 2.52 0.93 6.40 1.95 3.84 1.84 0.40 1.67 5.96 3.33 7.29 6.55 6. c/hef Group of two anchors s/hef 2.25 0.45 5.03 3.38 2.11 8.11 4.15 4.94 4.38 5.98 5.35 0.20 5.95 8.38 1.16 7.26 edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing 10.75 5.35 0.75 7.40 1.64 4.94 2.38 3.25 5.66 8.25 8.57 2.54 1.57 5.00 2.00 1.21 4.07 1.51 4.75 0.56 4.68 0.38 1.05 ⋅ (hef / d) 1.52 3.83 3.61 5.15 5.84 2.25 3.43 0.75 10.75 0.40 1.25 2.51 0.38 3.84 1.87 4.86 3.55 4.47 2.00 1.49 8.32 2.75 8.00 4.33 4.44 4.65 0.25 4.90 3.31 4.67 20 30 40 0.00 3.90 4.50 9.75 4.50 11.01 1.14 5.50 12.73 4.41 5.27 5.08 5.40 0.00 9.00 1.56 2.95 3.63 5.02 10.25 3.84 5.79 9.32 2.35 0.77 2.32 2.37 2.00 1.84 1.44 6.71 6.12 4.32 1.22 6.40 1.08 6.99 9.68 hef/d f hef = 4 4.35 0.91 5.65 0.99 7.97 10.84 1.50 1.36 6.26 7.00 1.19 10 15 0.21 4.12 1.11 3.35 0.67 9.40 1.83 8.26 9.35 0.04 a) The anchor spacing and the minimum edge distance cmin.86 5.83 4.83 1.19 3.83 2.63 6.25 5.25 3.88 1.35 0.83 2.46 3.50 8.53 1.83 2.63 7.39 2.00 2.05 6.35 0.00 6.68 1.35 5.08 7.50 8.32 2.20 2.31 1.50 7.96 5. 10 / 2012 583 .25 8.65 1.18 5.04 5.88 2.55 10.17 9.96 7.75 4.55 7.20 5.49 2.50 6.31 10.65 0.44 2.86 3.5 ⋅ (1 + s / [3 ⋅ c]) ⋅ 0.95 2.81 7.41 5.95 2.18 5.35 0.95 3.02 7.59 5.84 1.09 9.76 3.87 6.38 3.89 7.32 2.81 6.90 4.32 2.84 1.17 2.28 4.75 1.74 7.49 2.32 2.59 1.38 3.38 3.35 0.50 Influence of edge distance a) c/d 4 6 8 0.86 6.00 1.10 6.76 4.90 6.92 8.56 4.83 2.83 2.26 1.75 2.59 8.42 7.72 4.16 7.25 5.63 0.98 2.75 1.77 2. Combined TENSION and SHEAR loading For combined tension and shear loading see section “Anchor Design”.99 6.78 10.27 0.98 4.50 0.65 0.00 8.55 3.30 6.15 2.05 ⋅ (hef / d) 1.00 5.65 0.20 5.65 0.27 7.95 4.00 0.55 7.57 0.65 0.40 1.15 5.72 5.84 1.75 1.39 8.50 4.63 2.84 1.87 7.50 5.57 5.16 3.00 1.25 9.00 6.35 0.85 6.72 6.00 1.25 1.75 7.45 8.21 8.60 fc = (d / c) a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin.60 4.25 3.22 5.77 0.00 1.27 6.94 9.51 3.03 6.42 7.73 3.65 0.54 6.73 5.99 8.56 5.81 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 3.65 0.90 8.00 5.43 6.35 0.40 1.83 2.45 9.25 6.06 4.95 3.50 6.69 3.82 1.32 2.50 3.20 3.17 8.64 2.

0 - - 48.2 HIT-V 8.5 58.8 / 8.no effects of dense reinforcement Recommended loads can be calculated by dividing the design resistance by an overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1. Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.0 48.8 31. no edge effects Non-cracked concrete HIT-V 5.2 35.2 48.7 33.min [mm] 60 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 h = hmin [mm] 100 100 100 116 138 156 170 190 Tensile NRd: single anchor.0 48.3 67.0 - - Shear VRd: single anchor.temperature range I (see service temperature range) .3 77.0 16.Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with HIT-V / HAS Precalculated values – design resistance values All data applies to: .2 HIT-V 8.8 [kN] 12.8 [kN] 7.2 HIT-V-R [kN] 12.4 27.8 HIT-V-R / -HCR [kN] 11.1 57.2 Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.8 [kN] HIT-V-R / -HCR Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.4 32. no edge effects.8 31.3 12.4 32.8 19.cube =25 N/mm² .8 [kN] 12.5 55.2 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 13.4 27.5 67.0 18.3 77.1 28.3 67.0 16.minimum thickness of base material .0 48.7 88.9 9.3 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 12. without lever arm Non-cracked concrete HIT-V 5.7 48.7 38. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.7 77.0 16.7 13.8 19.cube = 25 N/mm² .5 24.0 41.2 HIT-V-R [kN] 8.2 584 10 / 2012 .0 41.8 / 8.2 48.1 20.5 41.8 19.7 16.9 - 6.8 88.2 12.non-cracked concrete C 20/25 – fck.8 19.minimum embedment depth Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 Embedment depth Base material thickness M27 M30 hef = hef.8 36.0 41.3 67.5 88.4.0 18.2 32.0 48.4 24.8 [kN] 13.8 57.

8 [kN] 12.7 22.0 15.7 7.8 / 8.3 16.9 6.4 25.8 25.4 20.1 18.8 19.8 12.min [mm] 60 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 h = hmin [mm] 100 100 100 116 138 156 170 190 40 50 60 80 100 120 Edge distance c = cmin [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor.8 / 8.2 32.3 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 12.9 6.5 26.8 [kN] 4. spacing (s = smin). min.1 8.5 9.3 HIT-V-R / -HCR Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.minimum embedment depth Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 hef = hef.1 39.9 - - Embedment depth Base material thickness Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.0 HIT-V-R / -HCR Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.9 HIT-V-R / -HCR 135 150 29. no edge effects.4 32.4 25.8 / 8.1 39.0 16.8 [kN] 7.2 14.cube = 25 N/mm² .8 [kN] 3.4 21.3 HIT-V-R / -HCR Cracked concrete HIT-V 5. edge distance (c = cmin).1 18.4 47.6 - 25.8 [kN] 4.4 8.0 HIT-V-R / -HCR Shear VRd: double anchor.8 HIT-V-R / -HCR 10 / 2012 [kN] - 8.6 12.7 HIT-V-R [kN] 8.0 18.2 39.8 / 8.7 13.0 - 62. min.8 / 8.Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with HIT-V / HAS Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck. min.7 15.6 10.7 Cracked concrete 150 Embedment depth Base material thickness Spacing HIT-V 5.8 62.5 4.4 47.4 47.cube = 25 N/mm² .4 20.1 54.2 10.0 18.3 HIT-V-R / -HCR Shear VRd: single anchor. edge distance (c = cmin) Non-cracked concrete HIT-V 5. min.8 / 8. without lever arm Non-cracked concrete HIT-V 5.8 / 8.4 28.3 12.4 28.2 10.2 12.8 31.7 58.1 39. no edge effects.1 54. without lever arm Non-cracked concrete HIT-V 5.7 62.1 16.7 10.min [mm] 60 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 h = hmin [mm] 100 100 100 116 138 156 170 190 40 50 60 80 100 120 135 s = smin [mm] Tensile NRd: double anchor.4 32.8 [kN] 7.7 HIT-V 8.0 12.9 - - 21.5 4.3 25.8 [kN] 7.4 47.8 [kN] 3.7 - 585 .1 33.7 6. spacing (s = smin) Non-cracked concrete HIT-V 5.1 48.minimum embedment depth (load values are valid for single anchor) Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 hef = hef.1 54.

8 31.8 31.2 12.3 M27 M30 170 210 240 270 218 266 300 340 74.4 27.3 HIT-V-R [kN] 12.6 74.8 78.8 / 8.0 - - 29.1 Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.8 24.2 80.2 120.4 27.0 179.3 47.2 125.4 55.2 8.1 HIT-V-R [kN] 13.8 79.6 102.4 15.3 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 18.cube = 25 N/mm² .8 19. without lever arm Non-cracked concrete HIT-V 5.2 25.0 16.8 [kN] 5. without lever arm Non-cracked concrete HIT-V 5.3 12.4 70.4 55.0 47.4 HIT-V-R [kN] 8.8 78.1 HIT-V-R / -HCR Shear VRd: single anchor.8 [kN] 3.5 102.3 11.0 32. edge distance (c = cmin) Non-cracked concrete HIT-V 5. edge distance (c = cmin) .5 70.0 48.5 23.6 22.5 102.8 [kN] 7.3 120.5 17.4 125.4 27.7 5.6 HIT-V-R / -HCR Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.0 16.2 50.8 112.7 63.8 - - Embedment depth Base material thickness 586 10 / 2012 .2 35.4 112.3 7. min.9 21. no edge effects Non-cracked concrete HIT-V 5.1 HIT-V 8.0 18.6 74.7 HIT-V-R / -HCR 135 150 60.8 / 8.8 [kN] 8.2 120.8 [kN] 10.1 78.8 [kN] 12.8 8.cube = 25 N/mm² .8 [kN] 12.8 [kN] 3.3 92.8 [kN] 18.6 49.2 50.0 19.4 112.6 47.1 78.1 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 15.3 47.2 23.0 147.9 HIT-V-R / -HCR Shear VRd: single anchor.9 - - M27 M30 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.typ [mm] 80 90 110 125 110 120 140 161 Base material thickness h = hmin [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor.8 / 8.0 34.8 HIT-V-R / -HCR Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.8 / 8.4 14.8 19.4 36.4 27.7 36.5 70.5 125.6 11. min.0 18.4 70.Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with HIT-V / HAS Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.1 12.2 16.2 48.typical embedment depth Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 hef = hef.2 HIT-V 8.2 58.6 15. no edge effects.9 92.0 32.3 28.2 HIT-V 8.6 60.8 [kN] 15.2 50.2 42.8 5.4 Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.2 98.8 / 8.0 112.5 102.9 31.8 [kN] 12.8 79.3 - - 48.3 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 12.2 35.typ [mm] 80 90 110 125 170 210 240 270 h = hmin [mm] 110 120 140 161 218 266 300 340 40 50 60 80 100 120 Edge distance c = cmin [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor.typical embedment depth Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 Embedment depth hef = hef.6 74.2 50.6 22.

0 18.4 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 12.8 [kN] 9.4 HIT-V-R [kN] 12.8 19.2 HIT-V 8.4 a) d = element diameter 10 / 2012 340 150 69.9 - - 48.4 HIT-V-R [kN] 8.embedment depth = 12 d a) Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 a) 96 120 144 192 240 288 Embedment depth hef = 12 d [mm] [mm] 126 150 174 228 288 344 Base material thickness h = hmin Tensile NRd: single anchor.typical embedment depth (load values are valid for single anchor) Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 Embedment depth Base material thickness Spacing M27 M30 hef = hef.4 70.1 79.9 38.0 HIT-V 8.2 83.0 52.8 29.8 19.2 50.Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with HIT-V / HAS Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.3 18.8 [kN] 12.3 86.4 27.0 147.3 12.4 70.0 16.5 48.6 HIT-V-R / -HCR Shear VRd: single anchor.8 / 8.6 HIT-V-R [kN] 13.8 31.2 35.9 160.3 28.0 120.4 27.2 60.5 51.8 30.1 78.1 78.4 78.2 50. min.2 57.typ [mm] 80 90 110 125 170 210 240 270 h = hmin [mm] 110 120 140 161 218 266 300 40 50 60 80 100 120 135 s [mm] Tensile NRd: double anchor.9 - 112.3 39.0 16.4 27.4 HIT-V-R / -HCR Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.3 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 12.2 160.0 179.1 75.5 48.2 HIT-V-R [kN] 8.2 12.6 58.2 50.2 132.8 112.0 18.4 55.2 50.8 [kN] 12.0 Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.4 112.2 48.3 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 18. no edge effects Non-cracked concrete HIT-V 5.5 70.8 [kN] 7.8 / 8.5 51.2 80.0 16.3 12.0 48.8 [kN] 13.3 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 12. without lever arm Non-cracked concrete HIT-V 5.9 92.0 159.9 58.5 27.4 Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.8 / 8.3 18.1 10.8 70.0 19.9 13.3 18.8 19.0 30.2 50.8 78.8 [kN] 7.0 170.8 79.4 112.1 117.0 30.4 152.2 35.3 92.0 - M27 324 M30 360 384 430 82.0 18.4 92.3 55.8 [kN] 12.3 160.8 29. spacing (s = smin).3 42.4 HIT-V 8.8 31.cube = 25 N/mm² . no edge effects.6 Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.2 58.4 27. without lever arm Non-cracked concrete HIT-V 5.8 19.6 153.8 78.0 112.4 27.8 [kN] 7.2 35.1 70.1 26.2 HIT-V 8.8 [kN] 12.8 [kN] 18.1 75.6 92.5 51.5 70.4 55.4 27.2 83.9 - Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck. min.3 16.9 31.2 50.8 [kN] 18.8 31. no edge effects.3 183.4 70.cube = 25 N/mm² . no edge effects.9 HIT-V-R / -HCR Shear VRd: double anchor.7 70.2 98.2 48.8 [kN] 12.8 112.0 30. spacing (s = smin) Non-cracked concrete HIT-V 5.0 120.9 - - 587 .2 12.4 HIT-V-R [kN] 12.8 70.7 HIT-V 8.8 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 18.4 18.0 18.9 92.8 [kN] 12.6 118.0 16.4 78.8 79.8 147.3 42.4 112.9 42.9 21.

6 11.5 26.0 48.6 HIT-V 8.0 73.5 26.8 - 112.9 HIT-V-R [kN] 12.0 Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.2 21.0 5.7 85.0 73.6 13.6 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 10. spacing (s = smin) . spacing (s = smin) Non-cracked concrete HIT-V 5.9 HIT-V-R / -HCR Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.8 [kN] 4.8 31.8 98.9 92.7 44.0 16.1 18.1 18.8 [kN] 10.7 HIT-V-R / -HCR Shear VRd: double anchor.0 16.9 18.8 19.3 12.8 [kN] 7.7 40.8 [kN] 12.8 [kN] 9.8 [kN] 12.4 16.8 [kN] 3.2 35.2 58.4 92.2 21.6 HIT-V-R [kN] 10. min.2 HIT-V-R [kN] 12. without lever arm Non-cracked concrete HIT-V 5.8 / 8.3 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 12.1 - - M27 324 M30 360 384 430 Embedment depth a) [mm] 96 120 144 192 240 h = hmin [mm] 126 150 174 228 288 hef = 12 d Base material thickness Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.0 48.4 89.embedment depth = 12 d Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 288 324 360 344 384 430 40 50 60 80 100 120 Edge distance c = cmin [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor.8 / 8.4 89.7 7.9 68.8 70.7 70. no edge effects.9 107. no edge effects.3 103.4 78.8 [kN] 12.8 103.4 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 12.5 26.4 HIT-V-R / -HCR a) d = element diameter 135 150 87.3 55.4 89.8 [kN] 15.0 68.4 50.7 98.2 21.8 / 8.7 40.2 HIT-V 8.8 [kN] 7.cube = 25 N/mm² .2 21.2 48.0 179.2 HIT-V-R [kN] 8.0 48.3 55. edge distance (c = cmin) Non-cracked concrete HIT-V 5.8 [kN] 10.0 HIT-V 8.4 18.embedment depth = 12 d a) (load values are valid for single anchor) Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 96 120 144 192 240 288 Embedment depth hef = 12 d a) [mm] Base material thickness Spacing h = hmin [mm] 126 150 174 228 288 344 s=smin [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 120 135 Tensile NRd: double anchor.0 68.7 22.4 78.7 34.6 Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.9 68. without lever arm Non-cracked concrete HIT-V 5.8 70.Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with HIT-V / HAS a) Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 – fck.8 38.7 40.1 18.4 70.2 Cracked concrete HIT-V 5.0 21.8 / 8.7 40. edge distance (c = cmin) .8 31.9 68.4 27.1 79.7 85.4 16.1 56.4 27.6 25.8 19.0 - 10 / 2012 .8 39.5 48.9 107.1 56.2 48.0 73.5 HIT-V-HCR [kN] 15.9 a) d = element diameter 588 150 103.7 22.1 56.6 HIT-V-R / -HCR Shear VRd: single anchor.1 79.7 85.4 16.4 87.4 HIT-V 8.0 18.8 56.1 13.0 18.8 85.8 147.8 [kN] 12.4 16.9 25.5 9.8 87.4 112.0 73.9 80.1 56.2 35.9 68. min.2 12.0 48.cube = 25 N/mm² .2 50.8 112.0 18.5 26.7 44.8 80. min.8 12.9 107. min.7 - - 31.9 5.2 50.4 89.

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long ter m/short term base material temperature: +24°C/40°C) .cube = 25 N/mm² . Berlin No. max.One anchor material.suitable for dry and water saturated concrete .Correct setting (See setting instruction) .No edge distance and spacing influence . base material temperature -40°C.Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with HIS-(R)N Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with HIS-(R)N Injection mortar system Benefits Hilti HITHY 150 MAX 330 ml foil pack (also available as 500 ml and 1400 ml foil pack) Static mixer Internal threaded sleeve HIS-N HIS-RN Concrete Small edge distance and spacing Corrosion resistance European Technical Approval CE conformity . fck. as specified in the table .Installation temperature range -10°C to +40°C 590 10 / 2012 .Concrete C 20/25.high loading capacity .Temperate range I (min.rapid curing .Steel failure .suitable for non-cracked concrete C 20/25 to C 50/60 .manual cleaning for anchor size M8 and M10 PROFIS Anchor design software Approvals / certificates Description European technical approval a) Authority / Laboratory DIBt.small edge distance and anchor spacing possible .corrosion resistant .Base material thickness. / date of issue ETA-08/0352 / 2010-04-01 a) All data given in this section according ETA-08/0352 issue 2010-04-01 Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to For details see Simplified design method .in service temperature range up to 120°C short term/72°C long term . as specified in the tables .

The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.0 59. recommended loads.1 Shear VRd HIS-N [kN] 10.8 Characteristic resistance: non-cracked concrete C 20/25 .2 74.7 40. anchor HIS-N Anchor size M8x90 M10x110 M12x125 M16x170 M20x205 Tensile Nrec HIS-N [kN] 12.7 Recommended loads a): non-cracked concrete C 20/25 .0 23.3 Shear VRu.0 39.0 57.9 45.Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with HIS-(R)N Embedment depth and base material thickness for the basic loading data.g.5 26.0 62.m HIS-N [kN] 13.0 Design resistance: non-cracked concrete C 20/25 . as a result of diurnal cycling. anchor HIS-N Anchor size Tensile NRk HIS-N [kN] M8x90 25. Max long term base material temperature Long-term elevated base material temperatures are roughly constant over significant periods of time. design resistance.5 24.2 a) With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.0 Shear Vrec HIS-N [kN] 7. Temperature range Temperature range I Temperature range II Temperature range III Base material temperature -40 °C to +40 °C -40 °C to +80 °C -40 °C to +120 °C Maximum long term base material temperature +24 °C +50 °C +72 °C Maximum short term base material temperature +40 °C +80 °C +120 °C Max short term base material temperature Short-term elevated base material temperatures are those that occur over brief intervals.0 M10x110 46.0 Shear VRk HIS-N [kN] 13. e. anchor HIS-N Anchor size Tensile NRu.4 13.3 36.9 M20x205 114. Mean ultimate resistance.4 18.4 26.6 28.m HIS-N [kN] M8x90 26.2 41. 10 / 2012 591 .0 39.2 53.0 62.0 M20x205 109.1 18. An elevated base material temperature may lead to a reduction of the design bond resistance.3 M12x125 70. Anchor size Embedment depth hef [mm] Base material thickness h [mm] M8x90 90 120 M10x110 110 150 M12x125 125 170 M16x170 170 230 M20x205 205 270 Mean ultimate resistance: non-cracked concrete C 20/25 . characteristic resistance.1 26.4.8 31. Service temperature range Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX injection mortar may be applied in the temperature ranges given below.7 M10x110 48.0 M12x125 67.4 M16x170 123.5 19. anchor HIS-N Anchor size M8x90 M10x110 M12x125 M16x170 M20x205 Tensile NRd HIS-N [kN] 17.0 M16x170 95.0 55.

1 256.8 [N/mm²] 800 800 800 800 800 HIS-RN [N/mm²] 700 700 700 700 700 Screw A4-70 [N/mm²] 700 700 700 700 700 HIS-N [N/mm²] 410 410 375 375 375 Screw 8.Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with HIS-(R)N Materials Mechanical properties of HIS-(R)N Anchor size Nominal tensile strength f uk Yield strength fyk Stressed crosssection As HIS-N [N/mm²] M8x90 490 M10x110 490 M12x125 460 M16x170 460 M20x205 460 Screw 8.4362 Anchor dimensions Anchor size Internal threaded sleeve HIS-N / HIS-RN Embedment depth hef [mm] M8x90 M10x110 M12x125 M16x170 M20x205 80 90 110 125 170 Setting installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer Other tools 592 M8x90 M10x110 M12x125 M16x170 M20x205 TE 2 – TE 16 TE 40 – TE 70 compressed air gun or blow out pump. dispenser 10 / 2012 .5 108.4401 and 1. Steel galvanized ≥ 5µm Stainless steel 1.8 [N/mm²] 640 640 640 640 640 HIS-RN [N/mm²] 350 350 350 350 350 Screw A4-70 [N/mm²] 450 450 450 450 450 HIS-(R)N [mm²] 51.6 58 84.4571 related fastening screw: strength class 8.4404.1 237. 1.0 169. 1.6 Screw [mm²] 36.8.2 62.4439.4578. A5 > 8% Ductile stainless steel 1. set of cleaning brushes.3 157 245 [mm³] 145 430 840 1595 1543 [mm³] 31.0718.3 109 277 541 HIS-(R)N Moment of resistance W Screw Material quality Part Material Internal threaded sleeve HIS-N a) Internal threaded sleeve HIS-RN a) a) b) C-steel 1. 1. 1. A5 > 8% Ductile steel galvanized ≥ 5µm related fastening screw: strength class 70.4401. 1.4571.

hammer drilling a) b) a) Note: Manual cleaning for HIS-(R)N M8 and HIS-(R)N M10 only! b) Note: Extension and piston plug needed for overhead installation! For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product.Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with HIS-(R)N Setting instruction Dry and water-saturated concrete. 10 / 2012 593 .

Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with HIS-(R)N Working time. Curing time Temperature of the base material TBM -10 °C -5 °C 0 °C 5 °C 20 °C 30 °C ≤ TBM < ≤ TBM < ≤ TBM < ≤ TBM < ≤ TBM < ≤ TBM ≤ Curing time tcure 12 h 4 h 2 h 1 h 30 min 30 min Working time tgel 180 min 40 min 20 min 8 min 5 min 2 min -5 °C 0 °C 5 °C 20 °C 30 °C 40 °C Setting details df d0 d hS Bore hole depth h0 = Embedment depth hef 594 10 / 2012 .

1. a) Maximum recommended torque moment to avoid splitting failure during installation with minimum spacing and/or edge distance.3 2.5 20.26 hef Critical spacing for concrete cone failure Critical edge distance for concrete cone failure c) for h / hef ≥ 2. The simplified formula given in this table is on the save side. 10 / 2012 595 .N ccr.5 16. b) h: base material thickness (h ≥ hmin).0 > h / hef > 1.sp 1.N [mm] 1.5 25.4 27.8 h for 2.sp [mm] 2 ccr. min .0 ⋅ hef Critical edge distance for splitting failure c) ccr.sp [mm] 4.N [mm] 2 ccr.6 hef [mm] 90 110 125 170 205 hmin [mm] 120 150 170 230 270 df [mm] 9 12 14 18 22 hs [mm] 8-20 10-25 12-30 16-40 20-50 Tmax [Nm] 10 20 40 80 150 smin [mm] 40 45 55 65 90 cmin [mm] 40 45 55 65 90 scr.6 hef . hef: embedment depth c) The critical edge distance for concrete cone failure depends on the embedment depth hef and the design bond resistance.5 hef For spacing (or edge distance) smaller than critical spacing (or critical edge distance) the design loads have to be reduced.3 scr.max a) Torque moment Minimum spacing Minimum edge distance Critical spacing for splitting failure M8x90 M10x110 M12x125 M16x170 M20x205 d0 [mm] 14 18 22 28 32 d [mm] 12.Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with HIS-(R)N Anchor size Nominal diameter of drill bit Diameter of element Effective anchorage and drill hole depth Minimum base material thickness Diameter of clearance hole in the fixture Thread engagement length.0 for h / hef ≤ 1.

N Anchor size N0Rd.p Temperature range III [kN] M8x90 90 19.N ⋅ f2.p ⋅ f1.8 10 / 2012 .c = N0Rd.2 M16x170 170 63.3 40. issue 2010-04-01.4 16.1 69. The influencing factors must then be considered for each edge distance and spacing.sp ⋅ f2. it is recommended to use the anchor design software PROFIS anchor) The design method is based on the following simplification: No different loads are acting on individual anchors (no eccentricity) The values are valid for one anchor.7 21.sp = N Rd.N Design splitting resistance a) NRd.s .3 63.7 Design concrete cone resistance NRd. TENSION loading The design tensile resistance is the lower value of .N ⋅ fh.N ⋅ f3.0 M10 32.sp ⋅ f3.p = N0Rd.Combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance: 0 NRd.9 M10x110 30.N Basic design tensile resistance Design steel resistance NRd.p Temperature range I [kN] 0 N Rd.p ⋅ f1.6 M20 98.N .sp ⋅ fh.N ⋅ f3.sp ⋅ f3.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.s Anchor size HIS-N NRd.6 M16x170 80.0 40.5 13.N ⋅ fre.sp ⋅ f2.N - Concrete splitting resistance (only non-cracked concrete): 0 NRd.p = N Rd.7 63.Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with HIS-(R)N Simplified design method Simplified version of the design method according ETAG 001.N ⋅ f2.8 27.0 M20x205 205 76.7 11.Steel resistance: NRd.p ⋅ fB.Concrete cone resistance: NRd.4 M12 47. The calculated design loads are then on the save side: They will be lower than the exact values according ETAG 001.N ⋅ fre.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.8 M20x205 74.p ⋅ fre.c = N0Rd.7 M12x125 125 50.sp = N0Rd.0 26.8 16. TR 029.N ⋅ f3.1 M10x110 110 27.p ⋅ fre.N ⋅ fre.3 40. TR 029.1 M16 74. For more complex fastening applications please use the anchor design software PROFIS Anchor.sp ⋅ f h.p ⋅ fB.N ⋅ fre. Influence of concrete strength Influence of edge distance Influence of spacing Valid for a group of two anchors.7 31.N ⋅ fh. To avoid this.N ⋅ fh.9 M12x125 44.N ⋅ f3.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1. (The method may also be applied for anchor groups with more than two anchors or more than one edge distance.N ⋅ fh.3 58.N Anchor size Embedment depth hef [mm] N0Rd.p Temperature range II [kN] 0 N Rd.c 596 [kN] M8 24.0 Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance NRd.N ⋅ f2.s HIS-RN [kN] [kN] M8x90 17. Design resistance according data given in ETA-08/0352.N ⋅ f2.

measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.8 0.10 a) a) fck.85 0.sp = 0.6 0.95 1 f 3.08 1.7 f re.80 0.94 0.N = 1 Influence of reinforcement hef [mm] 40 a) 50 60 a) a) 70 80 a) a) 90 ≥ 100 a) 0.1 0.N ≤ 1 f 1.N = 0.7 + 0.85 0.75 0.6 0.75 0.85 0.cube = concrete compressive strength.sp f 1.8 0.22 1.04 1.07 f B.65 0.N = 0.4 0.5 + hef/200mm ≤ 1 a) This factor applies only for dense reinforcement.N c/ccr.sp) ≤ 1 a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin. Influence of anchor spacing a) s/scr.3⋅c/ccr.75 0.85 0.41 a) fck.cube/25N/mm²)0.65 0.95 1 f 2.1 1.55 Influence of edge distance a) c/ccr.02 1.8 0.9 1 0.79 0.2 0.9 1 0.06 1.91 0. then a factor fre.N 0.09 Influence of embedment depth on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance fh.5 a) 1 1.N = 0.9 0.3⋅c/ccr.7 0. If in the area of anchorage there is reinforcement with a spacing ≥ 150 mm (any diameter) or with a diameter ≤ 10 mm and a spacing ≥ 100 mm.N = 0.cube/25N/mm²)0.00 1.sp = 0.sp f 3. Influence of embedment depth on concrete cone resistance fh.76 0.cube = concrete compressive strength.5⋅(1 + s/scr.N) ≤ 1 0.3 0.1 s/scr.88 0.34 1.48 1.sp ≤ 1 f 2. 10 / 2012 597 .5⋅(1 + s/scr.60 0.N = 1 may be applied.90 0.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.5 0.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.N) ≤ 1 0. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.73 0.Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with HIS-(R)N Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 1.7 0.p = 1 Influence of concrete strength on concrete cone resistance Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 fB = (f ck.4 0.80 0. These influencing factors must be considered for every edge distance smaller than the critical edge distance.3 0.p = (f ck.70 0.55 0.60 0. This influencing factor must be considered for every anchor spacing.5 0.70 0.97 1 0.90 0.7 + 0.2 0.82 0.95 1 0.sp = 0.sp) ≤ 1 a) The anchor spacing shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin.55 0.

measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.13 1.34 1.32 2.00 1 (cos αV ) 2  sin α V  +   2.55 0.3 0.89 0.40 1.c Concrete pryout resistance: 0 Rd.s VRd.63 0.2 1.55 Influence of angle between load applied and the direction perpendicular to the free edge Angle ß fβ = 0° 10° 20° 30° 40° 50° 60° 70° 80° ≥ 90° 1 1.22 1.Steel resistance: - VRd.41 a) fck.Concrete edge resistance: VRd.7 41.c k = 2 for hef ≥ 60 mm a) NRd.75 0.0 19.cube = concrete compressive strength.48 1.3 M10x110 18.2 M16x170 39.50 0.c = V ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Basic design shear resistance Design steel resistance VRd.05 1.3 M20x205 36.45 0.cube/25N/mm²) 1 1.15 0.s HIS-RN [kN] [kN] M8x90 10.5  2 Influence of base material thickness h/c fh = 598 {h/(1.84 0.1 1.5 0.71 0.3 35.9 1.c Anchor size Non-cracked concrete V0Rd.6 28.97 2.5 ⋅ c)} 1/2 ≤1 10 / 2012 .4 19.5 Design concrete pryout resistance VRd.p: Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance NRd.32 0.cp = k ⋅ lower value of NRd.s Anchor size HIS-N VRd.6 0.c [kN] M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 12.24 1.c: Design concrete cone resistance = V0Rd.4 12.35 ≥ 1.95 1.2 46.64 1.8 M12x125 26.45 0.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Design concrete edge resistance VRd.p and k ⋅ NRd.2 40.4 8.05 1.77 0.cp = lower valuea) of k ⋅ NRd.c .p and NRd.Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with HIS-(R)N SHEAR loading The design shear resistance is the lower value of .01 1.2 Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 1/2 a) fB = (f ck.

55 4.55 10.00 5.89 7.22 5.90 4.38 3.02 8.06 4.31 8.95 3.50 Combined TENSION and SHEAR loading For combined tension and shear loading see section “Anchor Design”.66 8.63 7.78 10.25 8.96 3.5 Single anchor 0.44 2.25 5.65 0.63 2.47 2.75 5.95 2.27 7.68 3.56 3.85 smin and the Influence of embedment depth Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 f hef = 1.31 4.25 8.04 1.00 1.76 3.04 a) The anchor spacing and the minimum edge distance cmin.38 3.82 1.65 0.95 8.35 0.65 0.55 5.88 9.95 3.12 2.65 0.38 1.70 6.39 8.75 7.28 4.65 0.40 1.91 5.57 5.30 4.21 8.35 0.17 8.00 1.74 3.83 3.76 4.73 4.99 7.40 1.38 3.25 1.32 2.95 3.50 7.11 8.12 4.85 6.25 9.63 6.32 2.32 3.5 ⋅ (1 + s / [3 ⋅ c]) ⋅ 0.30 2.18 6.00 3.20 5.08 6.51 4.94 9.22 1.26 3.96 5.88 2.00 5.32 1.56 4.19 10 15 0.55 7.50 9.96 7.65 0.55 7.65 0.17 9.61 5.55 6.25 3.90 6.40 1.40 1.40 1.84 0.62 7.61 3.57 2.71 0.84 1.54 6.73 5.75 7.20 5.15 5.35 0.33 4.16 7.86 6.60 4.07 1.83 4.56 5.30 6.35 0.50 8.63 5.37 2.04 5.83 2.16 3.36 7.74 7.83 2.45 Influence of edge distance a) c/d 4 6 8 0.75 2.45 8.53 1.40 1.35 0.38 2.73 3.49 2.35 0.18 5.25 5.15 5.84 2.77 0.98 1.73 8.59 1.86 3.50 4.56 3.75 4.06 2.17 2.84 1.00 8.52 0.60 fc = (d / c) a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin.84 1.90 8.84 1.50 0.35 0.65 0.00 1.84 1.57 5.09 9.52 3.25 3.22 7.25 2.25 6.08 5.00 1.02 10.46 3.27 6.21 1.75 4.38 3.72 6.65 2.43 6.75 0.00 7.56 4.43 0.50 12.36 6.32 2.35 0.22 6.10 6.45 7.65 1.25 3.79 9.02 7.87 7.45 9.32 2.67 5.56 2.32 2.65 0.84 1.97 10.40 1.55 3.00 3.75 1.59 5.86 5.50 5.00 0.35 4.84 1.16 7.90 4.35 5.32 2.83 2.36 3.11 3.68 4.00 1.38 3.38 9.84 1.00 11.50 1.65 0.83 6.76 4.50 3.41 5.67 9.87 6.50 5.98 5.25 12.00 1.49 2.59 8.64 4.93 6.50 9.95 4.26 1.67 0.75 10.83 2.15 4.20 2.57 0.99 8.75 7.84 5.32 1.42 7.38 5.99 9.00 2.83 2.00 4.65 0.44 6.40 1.20 5.15 2.49 8.75 8.03 6.40 1.50 0.35 0.87 4.94 4.32 2.Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with HIS-(R)N Influence of anchor spacing and edge distance a) for concrete edge resistance: f4 f4 = (c/hef)1.47 7.99 6. 20 30 40 0.90 3.50 8.78 4.35 0.69 7.83 2.25 6.35 0.25 4.68 1.77 2.65 0.21 4.65 0.25 0.77 2.38 1.72 5.84 1.69 3.26 edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing 10.88 1.00 1.56 4.26 7.31 10.40 1.95 2.00 1.35 0.74 7.35 0. c/hef Group of two anchors s/hef 2.08 7.54 6.00 1.00 9.33 5.81 7.00 1.40 1.18 5.84 1.75 0.27 0.00 1.00 6.45 5.86 3.83 8.65 0.32 2.35 0.98 4.75 7.63 0.33 7.81 3.20 3.00 1.00 6.05 6.95 3.41 5.50 6. 10 / 2012 599 .71 6.94 2.03 3.92 8.83 2.29 6.32 1.65 1.38 1.75 1.50 11.15 3.38 3.25 5.81 3.40 0.75 6.00 1.51 3.22 1.98 2.81 6.54 1.12 1.26 9.44 4.38 3.19 3.36 4.83 1.11 4.50 6.35 0.14 5.

4 26. min.1 HIS-RN [kN] 13.7 HIS-RN [kN] 9. no edge effects.4 18. spacing (s = smin) HIS-N [kN] 11.5 M8x90 M10x110 M12x125 M16x170 M20x205 Design resistance: non-cracked.9 31.4.3 36.2 35.3 36. min. edge distance (c = cmin).2 41.4 18. no edge effects.0 39.cube =25 N/mm² .no effects of dense reinforcement Recommended loads can be calculated by dividing the design resistance by an overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.8 17.8 69.2 41.7 63.concrete C 20/25 Anchor size M8x90 Embedment depth Base material thickness M10x110 M12x125 M16x170 M20x205 hef [mm] 90 110 125 170 205 h = hmin [mm] 120 150 170 230 270 Tensile NRd: single anchor.3 41. no edge effects HIS-N [kN] 17.3 12.5 7.6 10.5 27.7 Shear VRd: single anchor.6 31.concrete C 20/25 Anchor size hef [mm] 90 110 125 170 205 Base material thickness h = hmin [mm] 120 150 170 230 270 Spacing s = smin [mm] 40 45 55 65 90 Embedment depth Tensile NRd: double anchor.concrete C 20/25 Anchor size Embedment depth Base material thickness hef [mm] 90 110 125 170 205 h = hmin [mm] 120 150 170 230 270 55 65 90 40 45 Edge distance c = cmin [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor.8 19.9 13.9 21.6 31. Design resistance: non-cracked.2 5. without lever arm HIS-N [kN] 10.8 19.6 25. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.3 12.4 HIS-RN [kN] 11.6 10.3 41.9 16.8 44. min.6 58.9 16.9 37. without lever arm 600 HIS-N [kN] 10. edge distance (c = cmin) HIS-N [kN] 9.5 10 / 2012 .8 17.2 HIS-RN [kN] 4.Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with HIS-(R)N Precalculated values – design resistance values All data applies to: . min.9 48.2 35.4 Shear VRd: double anchor.9 37.8 21.4 26.3 74.5 7.non-cracked concrete C 20/25 – fck.0 39.2 5. without lever arm HIS-N [kN] 4.temperature range I (see service temperature range) .6 25.8 21.7 HIS-RN [kN] 8.9 48. no edge effects.2 Shear VRd: single anchor. spacing (s = smin).7 HIS-RN [kN] 8.2 M8x90 M10x110 M12x125 M16x170 M20x205 Design resistance: non-cracked.minimum thickness of base material .9 13.

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embedment depth range: from 60 . long ter m/short term base material temperature: +24°C/40°C) . base material temperature -40°C. Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to For details see Simplified design method .high loading capacity . fck.No edge distance and spacing influence .suitable for non-cracked and cracked concrete C 20/25 to C 50/60 . 500 mm for Ø25 PROFIS Anchor design software Approvals / certificates Description European technical approval a) Authority / Laboratory DIBt.Anchor material: rebar BSt 500 S .small edge distance and anchor spacing possible .cube = 25 N/mm² . as specified in the table .Steel failure ..Temperate range I (min.in service temperature range up to 120°C short term/72°C long term .Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with rebar Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with rebar Injection mortar system Benefits Hilti HITHY 150 MAX 330 ml foil pack (also available as 500 ml and 1400 ml foil pack) Static mixer rebar BSt 500 S Concrete Tensile zone Small edge distance and spacing Variable embedment depth European Technical Approval CE conformity . 160 mm for Ø8 to 100 . max.rapid curing ..manual cleaning for anchor size Ø8 to Ø14 and embedment depth hef ≤ 10d for non-cracked concrete .One typical embedment depth. Berlin No. / date of issue ETA-08/0352 / 2010-04-01 a) All data given in this section according ETA-08/0352 issue 2010-04-01.Correct setting (See setting instruction) .Installation temperature range -10°C to +40°C 602 10 / 2012 .suitable for dry and water saturated concrete .Base material thickness. as specified in the table ...Concrete C 20/25.large diameter applications .

4 44.9 21.2 67.0 [kN] 6.1 32.3 61.m BST 500 S [kN] 14.0 43.1 26.8 52.7 28.0 22.2 41.0 42.0 55. Mean ultimate resistance. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.3 Cracked concrete Tensile Nrec BST 500 S [kN] - 7. anchor BSt 500 S Anchor size Non-cracked concrete Tensile NRu.7 57. anchor BSt 500 S Anchor size Non-cracked concrete Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Tensile NRk BST 500 S [kN] 19.3 14.6 92.0 36.typ b)[mm] 80 90 110 125 145 Base material thickness h [mm] 110 120 140 165 185 a) The allowed range of embedment depth is shown in the setting details.0 135.4 52.0 Design resistance: non-cracked concrete C 20/25 .3 141.7 Shear VRk BST 500 S [kN] 14.5 69.0 Shear VRd [kN] - 14.3 Shear Vrec BST 500 S [kN] - 10.7 20.0 64.3 135. characteristic resistance.Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with rebar Embedment depth a) and base material thickness for the basic loading data.6 10. design resistance. 10 / 2012 603 . anchor BSt 500 S Anchor size Non-cracked concrete Tensile Nrec BST 500 S Shear Vrec BST 500 S Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 [kN] 7.8 90.4 Shear VRd BST 500 S [kN] 9.2 22.6 44.3 a) With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.0 86.0 42.3 90.6 14.8 90.0 Shear VRk BST 500 S [kN] - 22.7 28.7 33.3 90.0 64.1 57.5 131.8 20.5 39.1 99.m [kN] - 23.6 44.8 20.typ: Typical embedment depth Ø20 Ø25 170 210 220 274 load values can be Mean ultimate resistance: non-cracked concrete C 20/25 . anchor BSt 500 S Anchor size Non-cracked concrete Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Tensile NRd BST 500 S [kN] 10.5 14.9 15.9 29.0 Cracked concrete Tensile NRd BST 500 S [kN] - 10.m BST 500 S Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 [kN] 25.7 10.0 86.8 BST 500 S Characteristic resistance: non-cracked concrete C 20/25 .m BST 500 S [kN] - 20.7 15.0 26.6 22.3 85. recommended loads.9 39.4 10.7 20.2 42. The corresponding calculated according to the simplified design method.3 141.3 204.0 29.1 32.4.0 55.9 Shear VRu.6 20.8 30.7 64.2 69.1 57.0 31.7 20.0 135.0 58.5 35.0 BST 500 S Recommended loads a): non-cracked concrete C 20/25 .7 30.8 33.7 55.4 15.2 41.8 Cracked concrete Tensile NRu.2 101.6 85.0 26.7 23.5 14.7 57. b) hef.0 36.9 Shear VRu. Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Embedment depth hef = hef.0 46.0 Cracked concrete Tensile NRk BST 500 S [kN] - 15.0 31.0 48.5 153.

2 490.6 269. e.3 78. Max long term base material temperature Long-term elevated base material temperatures are roughly constant over significant periods of time. Materials Mechanical properties of rebar BSt 500S Anchor size Nominal tensile BSt 500 S strength f uk Yield BSt 500 S strength fyk Stressed crossBSt 500 S section As Moment of resistance BSt 500 S W Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 [N/mm²] 550 [N/mm²] 500 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 [mm²] 50. An elevated base material temperature may lead to a reduction of the design bond resistance.3 98.4 1534 Material quality Part rebar BSt 500 S Material Mechanical properties according to DIN 488-1:1984 Geometry according to DIN 488-21:1986 Anchor dimensions Anchor size rebar BSt 500 S Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 rebar are available in variable length Setting installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer Other tools 604 Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 TE 2 – TE 16 TE 40 – TE 70 compressed air gun or blow out pump. Maximum long term base material temperature +24 °C +50 °C +72 °C Base material temperature Temperature range Temperature range I Temperature range II Temperature range III -40 °C to +40 °C -40 °C to +80 °C -40 °C to +120 °C Maximum short term base material temperature +40 °C +80 °C +120 °C Max short term base material temperature Short-term elevated base material temperatures are those that occur over brief intervals.g.Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with rebar Service temperature range Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX injection mortar may be applied in the temperature ranges given below.1 314.5 113.2 169.4 402.1 785. set of cleaning brushes.9 201. as a result of diurnal cycling. dispenser 10 / 2012 .9 [mm³] 50.1 153.

Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with rebar Setting instruction Dry and water-saturated concrete. 10 / 2012 605 . hammer drilling a) b) a) Note: Manual cleaning for non-cracked concrete. element sizes d ≤ 14mm and embedment depth hef ≤ 10 d only! b) Note: Extension and piston plug needed for overhead installation and/or embedment depth > 250mm! For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product.

Curing time Temperature of the base material TBM -10 °C -5 °C 0 °C 5 °C 20 °C 30 °C ≤ TBM < ≤ TBM < ≤ TBM < ≤ TBM < ≤ TBM < ≤ TBM ≤ -5 °C 0 °C 5 °C 20 °C 30 °C 40 °C Working time tgel 180 min 40 min 20 min 8 min 5 min 2 min Curing time tcure 12 h 4 h 2 h 1 h 30 min 30 min d0 Setting details Bore hole depth h0 = embedment depth hef Thickness of concrete member h 606 10 / 2012 .Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with rebar Working time.

a) Embedment depth range: hef.8 h for 2.N [mm] 2 ccr. The simplified formula given in this table is on the save side.Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with rebar Anchor size Nominal diameter of drill bit Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 d0 [mm] 10-12 d) 12-14 d) 14-16 d) 18 20 25 32 hef.0 > h / hef > 1.N ccr.1.max [mm] 160 200 240 280 320 400 500 Minimum base material thickness hmin [mm] Minimum spacing smin [mm] 40 50 60 70 80 100 150 cmin [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 120 150 scr. d) both given values for drill bit diameter can be used 10 / 2012 607 .min ≤ hef ≤ hef.6 hef . hef: embedment depth c) The critical edge distance for concrete cone failure depends on the embedment depth hef and the design bond resistance.sp 1.3 scr.0 [mm] 4.3 2.5 hef For spacing (or edge distance) smaller than critical spacing (or critical edge distance) the design loads have to be reduced.0 ⋅ hef Critical edge distance c) for splitting failure ccr.min [mm] 60 60 70 75 80 90 100 hef.26 hef Critical spacing for concrete cone failure Critical edge distance for concrete cone c) failure hef + 2 d0 for h / hef ≤ 1.sp [mm] Effective embedment and drill hole depth range a) for rebar BSt 500 S Minimum edge distance Critical spacing for splitting failure hef + 30 mm ≥ 100 mm 2 ccr.sp for h / hef ≥ 2.N [mm] 1.max b) h: base material thickness (h ≥ hmin).

2 26.N ⋅ fh. TR 029.7 15.8 - 10. Design resistance according data given in ETA-08/0352.3 67.9 24.9 55.p Temperature range III [kN] 608 Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 80 90 110 125 145 170 210 10. To avoid this.7 79.0 42. TR 029.p ⋅ fB.N .N ⋅ f3.N Anchor size Embedment depth hef = [mm] Typical embedment depth hef.sp ⋅ f2.N Basic design tensile resistance Design steel resistance NRd.p ⋅ f1.sp = N Rd.Steel resistance: NRd.6 14.N ⋅ f3.0 36.4 15.2 13.9 5.3 60.sp ⋅ f3.p ⋅ fB.p ⋅ f1.N ⋅ f2.6 57.4 8. Influence of concrete strength Influence of edge distance Influence of spacing Valid for a group of two anchors.p = N Rd.7 44. The influencing factors must then be considered for each edge distance and spacing.p Temperature range I [kN] N0Rd.N ⋅ f2.5 5.7 10 / 2012 .0 18.N ⋅ fh.2 38.3 46.p Temperature range II [kN] 0 N Rd.6 7. it is recommended to use the anchor design software PROFIS anchor) The design method is based on the following simplification: No different loads are acting on individual anchors (no eccentricity) The values are valid for one anchor.N ⋅ f2. The calculated design loads are then on the save side: They will be lower than the exact values according ETAG 001.6 87.0 73.7 42.p Temperature range I [kN] N0Rd.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.9 18.Concrete cone resistance: NRd. For more complex fastening applications please use the anchor design software PROFIS Anchor.8 29.N - Concrete splitting resistance (only non-cracked concrete): 0 NRd.sp ⋅ fh. TENSION loading The design tensile resistance is the lower value of .9 21.3 45.typ Non-cracked concrete 0 N Rd.3 22.Combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance: 0 NRd.0 30. (The method may also be applied for anchor groups with more than two anchors or more than one edge distance.5 29.9 12.s Anchor size NRd.0 24.9 Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance NRd. issue 2010-04-01.3 12.N ⋅ fre.0 35.s .p ⋅ fre.7 17.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with rebar Simplified design method Simplified version of the design method according ETAG 001.6 8.8 8.s BSt 500 S [kN] Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 20.c = N0Rd.p = N0Rd.3 123.6 192.N ⋅ f3.p Temperature range II [kN] N0Rd.0 55.p Temperature range III [kN] Cracked concrete 0 N Rd.4 11.7 24.N ⋅ fre.p ⋅ fre.N ⋅ fh.

sp ≤ 1 f 2.5 a) fB = (f ck.typ Influence of concrete strength on concrete cone resistance Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 0.6 0.sp ⋅ f3.3⋅c/ccr.8 58.07 a) fck.88 0.2 0.80 0.N = 0.N = 0.8 74.60 0.48 1.3⋅c/ccr.09 Influence of embedment depth on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance fh.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.22 1. This influencing factor must be considered for every anchor spacing.sp f 3.65 0.7 38.N c/ccr.sp f 1.94 0.70 0.82 0.95 1 f 3.N ≤ 1 f 1.97 1 0.7 + 0.00 1.02 1.sp = N0Rd.1 24.N 0.p = (f ck.6 74.7 0.cube/25N/mm²) 1 1.90 0.N) ≤ 1 0.2 N Rd.5⋅(1 + c/ccr.4 0.sp = 0.N Design splitting resistance a) NRd.7 0.N Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 0 20.c Non-cracked concrete [kN] 0 28.5⋅(1 + s/scr.c Cracked concrete [kN] a) Splitting resistance must only be considered for non-cracked concrete Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 58.5 0.8 47. These influencing factors must be considered for every edge distance smaller than the critical edge distance.85 0.0 32.5⋅(1 + s/scr.76 0.N ⋅ fh.90 0.sp) ≤ 1 a) The anchor spacing shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin. Influence of anchor spacing a) s/scr.65 0.75 0.1 1.75 0.2 0.3 0.cube = concrete compressive strength.1 s/scr.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.N ⋅ f2.85 0.1 N Rd.p = hef/hef.sp = 0.60 0.sp ⋅ f2.sp ⋅ f h.typ) 10 / 2012 1. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1.85 0.08 1.sp = 0.N) ≤ 1 0.55 Influence of edge distance a) c/ccr.95 1 f 2.6 85.41 a) fck.73 0.4 0.N = (hef/hef.N = 0.N ⋅ fre.4 85.5 609 .N ⋅ fre. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length C 45/55 C 50/60 1. Influence of embedment depth on concrete cone resistance fh.55 0.80 0.9 1 0.sp) ≤ 1 a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin.c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1.8 0.6 0.4 39.7 + 0.34 1.91 0.70 0.1 0.N ⋅ f3.06 1.4 Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 f B.8 0.5 0.9 1 0.55 0.10 a) 1.79 0.cube = concrete compressive strength.Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with rebar Design concrete cone resistance NRd.3 0.cube/25N/mm²)0.c = N0Rd.04 1.

6 13.p and NRd.7 f re.9 8.Concrete edge resistance: Basic design shear resistance Design steel resistance VRd.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc Design concrete edge resistance VRd.N = 0.c: Design concrete cone resistance = V0Rd.55 Influencing factors Influence of concrete strength Concrete strength designation (ENV 206) 1/2 a) fB = (f ck.3 14.1 1.s VRd.7 20.2 27.41 a) fck.N = 1 may be applied. measured on cubes with 150 mm side length 610 10 / 2012 .s Rebar BSt 500 S [kN] Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 9.cube = concrete compressive strength.7 27. then a factor fre.7 28.48 1.5 + hef/200mm ≤ 1 a) This factor applies only for dense reinforcement.0 18.Steel resistance: - VRd.6 11.7 C 20/25 C 25/30 C 30/37 C 35/45 C 40/50 C 45/55 C 50/60 1.c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc .c = V0Rd.cp = lower valuea) of k ⋅ NRd.0 39.cp = k ⋅ lower value of NRd.c Anchor size Non-cracked concrete 0 V Rd.p: Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance NRd.Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with rebar Influence of reinforcement hef [mm] 40 50 60 70 80 90 ≥ 100 a) a) a) a) a) 0.95 1 0.cube/25N/mm²) 1 1.c k = 2 for hef ≥ 60 mm a) NRd.3 90.0 36.34 1.c Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 [kN] 5.c Concrete pryout resistance: VRd.c Cracked concrete V0Rd. If in the area of anchorage there is reinforcement with a spacing ≥ 150 mm (any diameter) or with a diameter ≤ 10 mm and a spacing ≥ 100 mm.85 0.8 0.1 8.75 0.2 [kN] - 6.7 57. a) SHEAR loading The design shear resistance is the lower value of .p and k ⋅ NRd.2 19.0 Design concrete pryout resistance VRd.9 0.22 1.6 15.s Anchor size VRd.2 10.

75 6.00 5.84 2.84 1.84 5.56 2.30 6.15 5.84 1.32 3.84 1.47 7.40 1.15 4.21 4.21 4.88 2.04 5.65 0.25 8.04 a) The anchor spacing and the minimum edge distance cmin.5 ⋅ c)} 1/2 ≤1 Influence of anchor spacing and edge distance a) for concrete edge resistance: f4 f4 = (c/hef)1.83 2.18 6.11 4.64 1.82 1.83 6.89 0.32 2.00 7.04 7.25 8.26 7.68 4.33 5.59 1. c/hef Group of two anchors s/hef 2.77 0.84 0.41 5.50 4.73 4.45 5.31 1.00 1.00 1.05 1.00 1.00 1.40 1.75 5.65 0.00 6.50 9.64 2.50 0.38 3.36 3.95 1.72 4.38 3.5 ⋅ (1 + s / [3 ⋅ c]) ⋅ 0.15 3.65 0.57 5.84 1.56 3.43 6.50 1.00 1.03 3.32 2.42 7.02 8.44 4.73 5.11 3.6 0.00 1.38 3.53 1.99 9.30 2.95 3.83 2.05 ⋅ (hef / d) 1.56 3.88 9.95 3.35 0.77 0.25 6.26 9.20 5.55 6.61 5.83 4.06 4.00 9.65 0.14 5.63 6.84 1.44 2.50 7.38 1.Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with rebar Influence of angle between load applied and the direction perpendicular to the free edge Angle ß fβ = 0° 10° 20° 30° 40° 50° 60° 70° 80° ≥ 90° 1 1.65 2.22 6.83 2.59 5.35 0.50 5.67 9.40 1.68 hef/d f hef = 4 4.25 5.50 8.12 1.18 5.83 2.84 1.19 3.00 4.52 0.74 7.00 5.17 8.35 4.00 3.85 6.75 0.86 3.39 2.25 3.38 9.84 1.71 6.69 3.9 1.25 0.00 1.00 11.02 7.25 4.63 5.35 0.65 0.75 0.38 3.17 9.32 2.35 0.98 2.20 5.95 3.83 2.20 5.65 0.45 7.45 0.37 2.31 10.25 6.03 6.68 3.35 0.00 1.38 2.64 4.35 0.32 0.65 0.35 0.81 7.76 3.25 5.74 3.12 4.75 10.16 7.94 2.40 1.00 1.81 3.93 6.08 7.28 4.67 0.50 0.00 2.35 0.36 4.71 0.59 8.36 7.35 ≥ 1.55 7.50 8.25 3.00 1.90 6.40 1.43 0.67 5.54 6.49 2.21 8.5 0.65 0.98 4.85 smin and the Influence of embedment depth hef/d f hef = 0.32 2.25 9.40 1.99 7.35 0.46 3.00 1.57 2.95 4. 10 / 2012 611 .27 5.73 5.75 7.27 0.16 3.05 ⋅ (hef / d) 1.24 1.40 1.92 8.25 12.35 0.66 8.17 2.67 20 30 40 0.40 1.98 1.91 5.45 9.2 1.99 8.20 2.77 2.41 5.50 11.05 1.50 0.68 0.00 8.83 3.25 3.5 Single anchor 0.77 2.31 4.84 6.65 0.38 3.60 4.35 0.38 5.40 1.40 1.72 6.02 10.57 0.75 1.55 7.75 7.55 0.95 2.25 3.52 3.84 1.83 8.15 5.94 9.08 6.15 0.63 0.94 4.47 2.97 2.10 6.56 4.96 7.32 1.26 edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing 10.51 3.56 4.35 0.69 7.55 10.63 2.06 2.65 0.81 6.76 4.84 0.76 4.88 1.00 3.11 8.83 2.05 6.86 3.31 8.01 1.3 0.96 3.26 1.30 4.5 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 0.89 7.12 2.57 5.16 7.22 7.42 7.09 9.68 1.98 5.75 4.50 3.75 7.33 4.29 6.27 7.90 4.49 2.00 6.22 1.90 3.62 7.51 4.22 5.19 6 8 10 15 0.87 7.49 8.56 4.45 0.71 0.50 9.75 1.65 0.08 5.35 0.25 1.63 7.75 7.00 0.75 8.32 2.38 3.95 2.97 10.32 2.00 1.75 1.87 6.54 6.15 2.32 2.65 1.99 6.35 0.32 1.45 8.20 3.65 0.84 1.63 0.38 1.70 6.65 1.50 Influence of edge distance a) c/d 4 0.56 5.39 8.13 1.73 8.32 2.74 7.84 1.61 3.83 1.40 1.33 7.32 2.00 2.27 6.60 fc = (d / c) a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin.78 4.78 10.87 4.95 3.95 8.50 5.72 5.50 6.90 8.35 5.75 2.51 0.75 0.44 6.86 6.79 9.55 4.96 5.38 3.55 5.40 1.25 2.83 2.81 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 3.18 5.25 5.86 5.65 0.75 4.35 0.90 4.07 1.65 0.01 1.50 12.73 3.00 1.81 3.36 6.00 1 (cos αV )2 +  sin αV  2  2.32 1.63 0.50 6.5  Influence of base material thickness h/c fh = {h/(1.26 3.40 0.54 1.55 3.

612 10 / 2012 .Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with rebar Combined TENSION and SHEAR loading For combined tension and shear loading see section “Anchor Design”.4.temperature range I (see service temperature range) . Precalculated values – design resistance values All data applies to: .minimum thickness of base material .no effects of dense reinforcement Recommended loads can be calculated by dividing the design resistance by an overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.cube =25 N/mm² . The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations.non-cracked concrete C 20/25 – fck.

1 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] - 8.minimum embedment depth Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 hef = hef.0 36.6 613 .minimum embedment depth (load values are valid for single anchor) Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 hef = hef.2 23.7 33.0 23.4 28.0 33. without lever arm Non-cracked concrete 10 / 2012 BSt 500 S [kN] 9. edge distance (c = cmin) Non-cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 4.6 14.8 6.3 19. no edge effects.0 [kN] - 4.7 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] - 13.6 10.7 9.7 17.4 6.5 12. min. min. without lever arm Non-cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 9. spacing (s = smin).5 12.8 12.4 24.minimum embedment depth Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Embedment depth hef = hef.0 36.0 9. no edge effects.5 32.9 47.4 18.6 21.5 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] - 4. no edge effects Non-cracked concrete Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 70 80 90 100 110 102 116 130 150 174 BSt 500 S [kN] 8.9 18.2 17.0 36.2 48.9 24.5 4.7 20. min.4 12.8 19.8 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] - 3.min [mm] 60 60 100 100 Base material thickness h = hmin [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor.1 9.5 20.8 19.9 6. min.9 6.4 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] - 6.7 14.1 15.1 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 .1 Shear VRd: single anchor.4 21.0 46.6 28.7 6.2 17.9 9.7 28.3 22. edge distance (c = cmin).min [mm] 60 60 70 80 90 100 110 Base material thickness h = hmin [mm] 100 100 102 116 130 150 174 Edge distance c = cmin [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 120 135 Embedment depth Tensile NRd: single anchor. without lever arm Non-cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 3.1 18.4 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 .0 13.4 25.min [mm] 60 60 70 80 90 100 110 h = hmin [mm] 100 100 100 116 138 156 170 40 50 60 80 s = smin [mm] Tensile NRd: double anchor.1 24.2 16.7 57.Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with rebar Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 .8 9.7 32.5 4.7 7.3 15.8 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S Shear VRd: single anchor.3 14.7 44.3 12.3 12.9 13.0 Embedment depth Base material thickness Spacing Shear VRd: double anchor.6 10.3 64. no edge effects.7 9. spacing (s = smin) Non-cracked concrete 100 120 135 BSt 500 S [kN] 5.

3 14.0 36.typ [mm] 80 90 110 125 145 170 210 h = hmin [mm] 110 120 142 161 185 220 274 40 50 60 80 s = smin [mm] Tensile NRd: double anchor.2 18.6 30. edge distance (c = cmin).2 67.7 19.3 90.6 14.5 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] - 3.1 [kN] - 6.3 11. no edge effects.5 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] - 7.typical embedment depth Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 hef = hef.1 10 / 2012 .7 28. spacing (s = smin).9 29. min.5 14.7 55.1 30.7 57.2 22.typ [mm] 80 90 110 125 145 170 210 Base material thickness h = hmin [mm] 110 120 142 161 185 220 274 Edge distance c = cmin [mm] 40 50 60 80 100 120 135 Embedment depth Tensile NRd: single anchor.typical embedment depth (load values are valid for single anchor) Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 hef = hef.5 27.7 28.0 13.2 10.0 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 .0 26.1 19.2 19. no edge effects.2 15.8 5.typical embedment depth Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 [mm] 110 125 145 170 210 142 161 185 220 274 Embedment depth hef = hef.0 29.2 15.0 36. no edge effects.Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with rebar Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 .7 57.0 Shear VRd: single anchor. min.0 46. without lever arm Non-cracked concrete 614 BSt 500 S [kN] 9.8 21.typ 80 90 110 120 Base material thickness h = hmin [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor.6 28.1 34.2 49. min.4 15.7 28.2 42.2 34.4 10.0 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] - 14. edge distance (c = cmin) Non-cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 6.5 Design resistance concrete C 20/25 .2 9.3 18.7 20.1 42.5 27.3 90.0 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] - 12.1 14.7 35.0 36.9 43.7 20.3 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S Shear VRd: single anchor.7 5.7 20. no edge effects Non-cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 10.6 85.9 21.5 51.4 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] - 10.1 68.8 19. spacing (s = smin) Non-cracked concrete 100 120 135 BSt 500 S [kN] 7. without lever arm Non-cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 9.4 9.7 57.1 14.4 38.3 7.3 14. without lever arm Non-cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 3.2 7.9 11. min.3 Embedment depth Base material thickness Spacing Shear VRd: double anchor.3 90.

4 19.7 21. min.0 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] - 9.6 30.7 28.7 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 .0 Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 .0 36.0 26.Hilti HIT-HY 150 MAX with rebar Design resistance: concrete C 20/25 . without lever arm Non-cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 3.0 5.6 26. min.7 57. min.0 39.6 38. no edge effects. edge distance (c = cmin).2 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] - 8.5 8. spacing (s = smin).2 58.7 20. no edge effects.9 23. spacing (s = smin) Non-cracked concrete 100 120 135 BSt 500 S [kN] 8.embedment depth = 12 d a) Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 96 120 144 Embedment depth hef = 12 d a) [mm] Base material thickness h = hmin [mm] 126 150 176 40 50 60 Edge distance c = cmin [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor. no edge effects Non-cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 12.9 62.9 13.3 90. min.4 19.5 124.6 60.5 12.0 615 .9 29.0 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 168 192 240 300 204 232 290 364 80 100 120 135 25.6 66.0 36.1 95.0 [kN] - 14.7 7.9 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] - 13.6 126 150 Base material thickness h = hmin [mm] Tensile NRd: single anchor.7 28.3 90.0 28.2 Base material thickness Spacing h = hmin [mm] 126 150 176 204 Shear VRd: double anchor.3 40.3 90.7 20.0 61.9 5. no edge effects.0 Shear VRd: single anchor.8 49.5 53.0 36.embedment depth = 12 d a) (load values are valid for single anchor) Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 96 120 144 168 192 240 300 Embedment depth hef = 12 d a) [mm] 232 290 364 40 50 60 80 s = smin [mm] Tensile NRd: double anchor.5 Shear VRd: single anchor.8 19.1 41.7 39.8 12.3 14.7 19.0 16.9 20.6 81.7 57. without lever arm Non-cracked concrete BSt 500 S Cracked concrete BSt 500 S a) d = element diameter 10 / 2012 [kN] 9.0 36.8 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] - 14.7 57.7 28.3 90.0 Cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] - 4.3 14.3 26. edge distance (c = cmin) Non-cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 7.7 20.7 12.0 17.7 57. without lever arm Non-cracked concrete BSt 500 S [kN] 9.7 20.5 16.embedment depth = 12 d Anchor size Ø8 Ø10 Ø12 96 120 144 Embedment depth hef = 12 d a) [mm] a) Ø14 Ø16 Ø20 Ø25 168 192 240 300 176 204 232 290 364 28.8 13.3 12.4 40.3 78.

Compressd air cleaning for anchor size M8 to M25 and embedment depth 8d ≤ hef ≤ 12d CE conformity Approved automatic cleaning while drilling Clean-Tec Label free motrar PROFIS Anchor design software Approvals / certificates Description European technical approval a) Authority / Laboratory CSTB.Hilti HIT-CT 1 with HIT-V Hilti HIT-CT 1 with HIT-V Injection mortar system Benefits . Paris No.Approved automatic cleaning with the use of the hollow drill-bit .Environmentaly and user friendly: clean of critical hazardous substances .Hilti Clean technology (cleanTec) Hilti HIT-CT 1 330 ml foil pack (also available as 500 ml foil pack) Static mixer HIT-V(-F) rods HIT-V-R rods HIT-V-HCR rods Concrete Small edge distance and spacing Variable embedment depth Corrosion resistance High corrosion resistance European Technical Approval . / date of issue ETA-11/0354 / 2011-09-30 a) All data given in this section according ETA-11/0354 issue 2011-09-30.Manual cleaning for anchor size M8 to M16 and embedment depth 8d ≤ hef ≤ 10d . 616 10 / 2012 .Suitable for non-cracked concrete C 20/25 to C 50/60 - High loading capacity Rapid curing Large diameter applications In service temperature range up to 80°C short term/50°C long term .

2 48. Mean ultimate resistance.0 88.3 34.Steel failure . anchor HIT-V 5.cube = 25 N/mm² . characteristic resistance. The partial safety factors for action depend on the type of loading and shall be taken from national regulations. anchor HIT-V 5. Anchor size M8 M10 Typical embedment depth hef [mm] 80 90 Base material thickness h [mm] 110 120 a) The allowed range of embedment depth is shown in the setting calculated according to the simplified design method.9 40.0 61. max.Hilti HIT-CT 1 with HIT-V Basic loading data (for a single anchor) All data in this section applies to For details see Simplified design method .1 41.1 M24 [kN] M10 30.0 M10 29.4.0 17.1 8. anchor HIT-V 5. base material temperature -40°C. the partial safety factor is γG = 1.1 92.3 25. annex C.9 M16 Tensile NRu.6 12.One typical embedment depth.5 15.One anchor material.3 18. anchor HIT-V 5.0 39.No edge distance and spacing influence .0 16.3 101.8 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 Tensile Nrec HIT-V 5.8 70.3 190. recommended loads.Installation temperature range -5°C to +40°C Embedment depth a) and base material thickness for the basic loading data.8 [kN] M8 18.0 22.2 Shear VRd HIT-V 5.8 [kN] 9.0 21. as specified in the table .4 79.4 Recommended loads a): non-cracked concrete C 20/25 .1 135.0 Design resistance: non-cracked concrete C 20/25 .8 [kN] 12. design resistance.Base material thickness. fck.8 31.9 50. as specified in the tables .4 Characteristic resistance: non-cracked concrete C 20/25 .0 Shear VRk HIT-V 5.8 [kN] 9.8 Anchor size Tensile NRk HIT-V 5.5 15.8 Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 Tensile NRd HIT-V 5.8 [kN] 7.2 12.m 87.8 22. as specified in the table .8 [kN] 5.0 Shear VRu.5 M20 HIT-V 5.1 25.8 [kN] 8.0 M12 42. The M16 M20 M24 130 170 210 170 220 270 corresponding load values can be Mean ultimate resistance: non-cracked concrete C 20/25 .Concrete C 20/25. long ter m/short term base material temperature: +24°C/40°C) .3 56.5 Shear Vrec HIT-V 5.6 12. 10 / 2012 617 . M12 110 140 details.0 M16 M20 M24 65.8 Anchor size M12 44.3 a) With overall partial safety factor for action γ = 1.m HIT-V 5.3 56.35 for permanent actions and γQ = 1. According ETAG 001.8 M8 18.5 142.3 36.Correct setting (See setting instruction) .0 64.5 for variable actions.Temperate range I (min.

8 Nominal HIT-V(-F) 8.8 HIT-V(-F) 8. Materials Mechanical properties of HIT-V Anchor size HIT-V(-F) 5. Max long term base material temperature Long-term elevated base material temperatures are roughly constant over significant periods of time. Temperature range Base material temperature Temperature range I Temperature range II -40 °C to +40 °C -40 °C to +80 °C Maximum long term base material temperature +24 °C +50 °C Maximum short term base material temperature +40 °C +80 °C Max short term base material temperature Short-term elevated base material temperatures are those that occur over brief intervals.3 109 277 541 935 10 / 2012 .0 84. e. An elevated base material temperature may lead to a reduction of the design bond resistance.2 62.8 tensile strength f uk HIT-V -R HIT-V -HCR HIT-V(-F) 5.3 157 245 353 [mm³] 31.Hilti HIT-CT 1 with HIT-V Service temperature range Hilti HIT-CT 1injection mortar may be applied in the temperature ranges given below.g. as a result of diurnal cycling.6 58.8 Yield strength fyk HIT-V -R HIT-V -HCR Stressed crossHIT-V section As Moment of resistance HIT-V W 618 [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] [N/mm²] M8 500 800 700 800 400 640 450 600 M10 500 800 700 800 400 640 450 600 M12 500 800 700 800 400 640 450 600 M16 500 800 700 800 400 640 450 600 M20 500 800 700 800 400 640 450 600 M24 500 800 700 700 400 640 450 400 [mm²] 36.

4529.4439. 1. 1. 1.4565 Anchor dimensions Anchor size Anchor rod HIT-V.4529. A5 > 8% ductile steel galvanized ≥ 5 µm (-F) hot dipped galvanized ≥ 45 µm Strength class 8. 1.4578.4401. 1. hot dipped galvanized Stainless steel.4362 High corrosion resistant steel.4362 Strength class 70. EN ISO 3506-2. 1. 1. 1.4404. Rp 0. 1.Hilti HIT-CT 1 with HIT-V Material quality Part Threaded rod HIT-V(-F) 5.2 = 400 N/mm². 1. 1.4439.4401. 1.8 Threaded rod HIT-V(-F) 8.4401.8.4404. A5 > 8% ductile Steel galvanized.4571. 1.4571.4404. Rp 0.8 Threaded rod HIT-V-R Threaded rod HIT-V-HCR Washer ISO 7089 Nut EN ISO 4032 Material Strength class 5. 1.4578.4571. A5 > 8% ductile strength class 70 for ≤ M24 1. 1.4529.2 = 640 N/mm². 1. stainless steel grade A4. HIT-V-F HIT-V-R. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1.4439. high corrosion resistant steel.4362 High corrosion resistant steel. A5 > 8% ductile M24: Rm = 700 N/mm². 1. 1. HIT-V-HCR 10 / 2012 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 Anchor rods HIT-V (-F/ -R / -HCR) are available in variable length 619 .4565 strength ≤ M20: Rm = 800 N/mm².8.4565 Strength class 8 steel galvanized ≥ 5 µm hot dipped galvanized ≥ 45 µm Strength class 70. A5 > 8% ductile steel galvanized ≥ 5 µm (-F) hot dipped galvanized ≥ 45 µm (M8-M16 only) Stainless steel grade A4.4578.

Hilti HIT-CT 1 with HIT-V Setting instruction Dry and water-saturated concrete. 620 10 / 2012 . hammer drilling a) b) a) Note: Manual cleaning for element sizes d ≤ 16mm and embedment depth hef ≤ 10 d only! b) Note: Extension and piston plug needed for overhead installation and/or embedment depth > 250mm! For detailed information on installation see instruction for use given with the package of the product.

Working time tgel Setting installation equipment Anchor size Rotary hammer Other tools M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 TE 2 – TE 16 TE 40 – TE 70 compressed air gun or blow out pump.Hilti HIT-CT 1 with HIT-V Working time. set of cleaning brushes. Curing time Temperature of the base material TBM Curing time a) tcure 60 min 6 h -5 °C ≤ TBM < 0 °C 40 min 3 h 0 °C ≤ TBM < 5 °C 25 min 2 h 5 °C ≤ TBM < 10 °C 10 min 90 min 10 °C ≤ TBM < 20 °C 4 min 75 min 20 °C ≤ TBM < 30 °C 2 min 60 min 30 °C ≤ TBM ≤ 40 °C a) The curing time data are valid for dry anchorage base only. For water saturated anchorage bases the curing times must be doubled. dispenser Setting details d0 Marking of the embedment depth df Bore hole depth h0 = anchorage depth hef Fixture Thickness tfix Thickness of concrete member h 10 / 2012 621 .

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Setting details
Anchor size
Nominal diameter of
drill bit
Effective embedment and
a)
drill hole depth range
for HIT-V
Minimum base
material thickness

M8

M10

M12

M16

M20

M24

d0

[mm]

10

12

14

18

22

28

hef,min

[mm]

64

80

96

128

160

192

hef,max

[mm]

96

120

144

192

240

288

hmin

[mm]

Diameter of clearance
df
hole in the fixture
b)

hef + 30 mm
≥ 100 mm

hef + 2 d0

[mm]

9

12

14

18

22

26

[Nm]

10

20

40

80

150

200

Torque moment

Tmax

Minimum spacing

smin

[mm]

40

50

60

80

100

120

Minimum edge
distance

cmin

[mm]

40

50

60

80

100

120

Critical spacing
for splitting failure

scr,sp

[mm]

2 ccr,sp
1,0 ⋅ hef

Critical edge distance
c)
for splitting failure

ccr,sp

[mm] 4,6 hef - 1,8 h for 2,0 > h / hef > 1,3
2,26 hef

Critical spacing for
concrete cone failure
Critical edge distance
for concrete cone
failure d)

for h / hef ≥ 2,0

for h / hef ≤ 1,3

scr,N

[mm]

2 ccr,N

ccr,N

[mm]

1,5 hef

For spacing (or edge distance) smaller than critical spacing (or critical edge distance) the design loads have to be
reduced.
a)

Embedment depth range: hef,min ≤ hef ≤ hef,max

b)

Maximum recommended torque moment to avoid splitting failure during installation with minimum spacing
and/or edge distance.

c)

h: base material thickness (h ≥ hmin), hef: embedment depth

d)

The critical edge distance for concrete cone failure depends on the embedment depth hef and the design bond
resistance. The simplified formula given in this table is on the save side.

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Simplified design method
Simplified version of the design method according ETAG 001, TR 029. Design resistance according data given in
ETA-08/0341, issue 2008-12-02.
Influence of concrete strength
Influence of edge distance
Influence of spacing
Valid for a group of two anchors. (The method may also be applied for anchor groups with more than two
anchors or more than one edge distance. The influencing factors must then be considered for each edge
distance and spacing. The calculated design loads are then on the save side: They will be lower than the
exact values according ETAG 001, TR 029. To avoid this, it is recommended to use the anchor design
software PROFIS anchor)
The design method is based on the following simplification:
No different loads are acting on individual anchors (no eccentricity)
The values are valid for one anchor.
For more complex fastening applications please use the anchor design software PROFIS Anchor.

Tension loading
The design tensile resistance is the lower value of
- Steel resistance:

NRd,s

- Combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance:
0
NRd,p = N Rd,p ⋅ fB,p ⋅ f1,N ⋅ f2,N ⋅ f3,N ⋅ fh,p ⋅ fre,N
- Concrete cone resistance: NRd,c = N0Rd,c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1,N ⋅ f2,N ⋅ f3,N ⋅ fh,N ⋅ fre,N
-

Concrete splitting resistance (only non-cracked concrete):
0
NRd,sp = N Rd,c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1,sp ⋅ f2,sp ⋅ f3,sp ⋅ fh,N ⋅ fre,N

Basic design tensile resistance
Design steel resistance NRd,s
Anchor size
HIT-V(-F) 5.8
HIT-V(-F) 8.8
NRd,s
HIT-V-R
HIT-V-HCR

[kN]
[kN]
[kN]
[kN]

M8
12,0
19,3
13,9
19,3

M10
19,3
30,7
21,9
30,7

M12
28,0
44,7
31,6
44,7

M16
52,7
84,0
58,8
84,0

M20
82,0
130,7
92,0
130,7

M24
118,0
188,0
132,1
117,6

Design combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance
NRd,p = N0Rd,p ⋅ fB,p ⋅ f1,N ⋅ f2,N ⋅ f3,N ⋅ fh,p ⋅ fre,N
Anchor size
Typical embedment depth
hef = hef,typ
[mm]
N0Rd,p Temperature range I [kN]
0
N Rd,p Temperature range II [kN]

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M8

M10

M12

M16

M20

M24

80

90

110

130

170

210

13,4
12,3

17,3
17,3

25,3
23,0

36,3
34,5

56,4
53,4

79,2
74,8

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Design concrete cone resistance NRd,c = N0Rd,c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1,N ⋅ f2,N ⋅ f3,N ⋅ fh,N ⋅ fre,N
Design splitting resistance NRd,sp = N0Rd,c ⋅ fB ⋅ f1,sp ⋅ f2,sp ⋅ f3,sp ⋅ f h,N ⋅ fre,N
Anchor size
N0Rd,c

[kN]

M8
20,1

M10
24,0

M12
32,4

M16
41,6

M20
62,2

M24
85,4

Influencing factors
Influence of concrete strength on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance
Concrete strength designation
(ENV 206)

C 20/25

C 25/30

C 30/37

C 35/45

C 40/50

1,00
1,03
1,06
1,09
1,11
f B,p = (f ck,cube/25N/mm²)0,15 a)
a) fck,cube = concrete compressive strength, measured on cubes with 150 mm side length

C 45/55

C 50/60

1,13

1,14

Influence of embedment depth on combined pull-out and concrete cone resistance
fh,p = hef/hef,typ

Influence of concrete strength on concrete cone resistance
Concrete strength designation
(ENV 206)

C 20/25

C 25/30

C 30/37

C 35/45

C 40/50

fB =
(f ck,cube/25N/mm²)0,5 a)
1
1,1
1,22
1,34
1,41
a) fck,cube = concrete compressive strength, measured on cubes with 150 mm side length

C 45/55

C 50/60

1,48

1,55

Influence of edge distance a)
c/ccr,N
c/ccr,sp
f 1,N =

0,7 + 0,3⋅c/ccr,N ≤ 1

f 1,sp = 0,7 + 0,3⋅c/ccr,sp ≤ 1
f 2,N =

0,1

0,2

0,3

0,4

0,5

0,6

0,7

0,8

0,9

1

0,73

0,76

0,79

0,82

0,85

0,88

0,91

0,94

0,97

1

0,5⋅(1 + c/ccr,N) ≤ 1

0,55 0,60 0,65 0,70 0,75 0,80 0,85 0,90 0,95
1
f 2,sp = 0,5⋅(1 + c/ccr,sp) ≤ 1
a) The edge distance shall not be smaller than the minimum edge distance cmin. These influencing factors must
be considered for every edge distance smaller than the critical edge distance.

Influence of anchor spacing a)
s/scr,N

0,1

s/scr,sp
f 3,N =

0,2

0,3

0,4

0,5

0,6

0,7

0,8

0,9

1

0,5⋅(1 + s/scr,N) ≤ 1

0,55 0,60 0,65 0,70 0,75 0,80 0,85 0,90 0,95
1
f 3,sp = 0,5⋅(1 + s/scr,sp) ≤ 1
a) The anchor spacing shall not be smaller than the minimum anchor spacing smin. This influencing factor must
be considered for every anchor spacing.
Influence of embedment depth on concrete cone resistance
fh,N = (hef/hef,typ)1,5

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Influence of reinforcement
hef [mm]

40

50
60
70
80
90
≥ 100
a)
a)
a)
a)
a)
0,75
0,8
0,85
0,9
0,95
1
0,7
f re,N = 0,5 + hef/200mm ≤ 1
a) This factor applies only for dense reinforcement. If in the area of anchorage there is reinforcement with a
spacing ≥ 150 mm (any diameter) or with a diameter ≤ 10 mm and a spacing ≥ 100 mm, then a factor fre,N = 1
may be applied.
a)

Shear loading
The design shear resistance is the lower value of
- Steel resistance:
-

Concrete pryout resistance:

- Concrete edge resistance:

VRd,s
VRd,cp = k ⋅ lower value of NRd,p and NRd,c
VRd,c = V0Rd,c ⋅ fB ⋅ fß ⋅ f h ⋅ f4 ⋅ f hef ⋅ fc

Basic design shear resistance
Design steel resistance VRd,s
Anchor