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Specification and Design Guide

The Technical Department offers a variety of services to specifiers, distributors and users of Rawl Fixings products.

Technical Advice
Fixing specialists will offer immediate advice and recommendations over the telephone.

Field Engineers
Are available to offer fixing advice at your office or on site.

Site Testing
Rawl Fixings engineers will conduct site testing to ensure the appropriate fixing is specified and used. A detailed report is provided with recommendations.

Technical (CPD) Seminars
We will be pleased to provide technical seminars to ensure personnel involved in the specification and selection of structural anchors are up-to-date with developments and standards. If you are interested in holding one of our seminars, or if you would simply like details of seminar options or content please contact us By phone - 01530 812857 By fax on - 01530 812862 By e-mail – ken.nelson@rawlplug.co.uk

Contractor Training
Rawl Fixings engineers will be pleased to carry out practical training for contractors to ensure anchors are installed correctly.

Technical Calculation Software
l l l An innovative calculation CD ROM from Rawl Fixings. Allows calculations and product selections to be made in concrete. Includes both mechanical and chemical anchor solutions. For your free CD, please e-mail Rawl Fixings at technical@rawlplug.co.uk
Technical Advisory Service Tel: +44 (0) 1530 812 857, Fax: +44 (0) 1530 812 862

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INTRODUCTION

Company Profile Rawl Approvals Technical Information Rawl Calculation Product Selector SafetyPlus Loosebolt SafetyPlus Bolt Projecting SafetyPlus Limited Embedment SafetyPlus Countersunk Socket Anchor R-HPT Throughbolt

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R-CAS Capsule R-HAC Capsule CFS RV200

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HIGH PERFORMANCE BONDED ANCHORS MASONRY DRILLS

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CFS RM50 CFS RP30 R-KEX R-KEA R-KEM+ R-KF2 / R-KSF Bonded Anchor Accessories Threaded Rod / Nuts / Washers Insulation Fixings SDS Plus Masonry Drills Impactor Masonry Drills Blue Flash Masonry Drills

HIGH PERFORMANCE METAL ANCHORS

R-SPT Throughbolt Brass Anchor Wedge Anchor Lipped Wedge Anchor Rawlbolt Loose Bolt Rawlbolt Bolt Projecting Rawlbolt Eyebolt Rawlbolt Hookbolt Rawlok Bolt Projecting Rawlok Loosebolt Incl St Stl and C/Sk RAWL R-EXP Anchor Concrete Frame Screws

Technical Advisory Service

e-mail: rawlinfo@rawlplug.co.uk OR rawltech@rawlplug.co.uk

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4 Technical Advisory Service Tel: +44 (0) 1530 812 857. The company expanded dramatically and today it is one of the world’s leading fixing manufacturers with distribution on every continent. Rawlplug and Rawl Fixings anchors are renowned for their consistent high quality and performance. Other international approvals include: Link . Innovation remains at the heart of Rawlplug’s success.COMPANY PROFILE Heritage For 88 years. His revolutionary Fibre Plug was the product from which the modern range of Rawlplug fixings was to develop. Rawlplug became the first UK manufacturer to obtain European approvals (ETA) for the R-HPT and R-SPT throughbolt range.up ® High Quality Manufacturing Rawlplug and Rawl Fixings products are manufactured using some of the most advanced production facilities in the industry. including significant developments of torque controlled anchors and bonded anchor systems for safety critical applications. In fact. Product Approval The proven quality and performance of Rawlplug and Rawl Fixings anchors is demonstrated by the numerous independent approvals that Rawlplug and Rawl Fixings products carry. a London builder. The company’s quality system is approved to BS EN ISO 9001: 2000 for design and manufacture. In 1919. reliability and safety in the development and manufacture of construction anchors and ancillary products. developed and patented the first ever specialist wall fixing. The company also places great emphasis on providing a safe working environment for its employees. Fax: +44 (0) 1530 812 862 . John J. Rawlings. in 1999. the Rawlplug brand has been synonymous with innovation.

specifiers and users around the world. and a CD-Rom design disc is available to users. Ireland. fax and internet Advice on anchor design and selection Advice on usage & application.COMPANY PROFILE Product Development & Testing Facilities Achievement and maintenance of the numerous approvals is largely due to the extensive technical facility at Rawlplug’s modern testing centre in Glasgow.co. In addition. reliable availability of Rawlplug and Rawl Fixings products is guaranteed thanks to our extensive international network.co. . specifiers and distributors. Full up-to-date information on all Rawlplug activities is available on the Rawlplug website www.co. Rawlplug has subsidiaries in Scandinavia.uk OR rawltech@rawlplug. Worldwide Distribution Network Fast. Technical literature. Equipped with 3D solid modelling technology. including contractor training Recommendations on fixing solutions On site testing (mainly UK) Technical seminars Distributor training This service is supported by field engineers available to visit design offices and contractors at short notice. Europe and the Middle East providing distributor support. Technical Support Service Rawlplug’s Technical Advisory Service offers free advice on the correct selection and installation of anchors to distributors. site training and advice. the technical support service provides: 24 hour access: available by phone.rawlplug. Each team can provide distributors and users with advice on: Product availability Pricing and order placement Order and despatch status Literature Quotations Product samples Technical Advisory Service e-mail: rawlinfo@rawlplug. finite element analysis systems and the latest testing equipment. Rawlplug distributors are serviced by dedicated and experienced customer support teams.uk. Rawlplug’s testing capability is amongst the best in the world. Staffed by qualified engineers with many years of experience.uk 5 Area sales managers cover all areas of the UK. France & UAE.

deviations in installation torques. shear and combined). This ensures the highest quality is maintained for these safety critical products. Parts 1 and 3 “Metal Anchors for use in Concrete” These parts of the ETAG cover torque controlled anchors such as Rawl R-HPT and Rawl R-SPT Throughbolts. The mean ultimate load in all suitability tests must attain a given percentage of the reference values obtained in the Admissible Service Condition tests and all test results must have limited scatter. 6 Technical Advisory Service Tel: +44 (0) 1530 812 857. This would include: variations in concrete strengths. it covers deformation controlled anchors such as the Rawl Wedge Anchor (more commonly known as “drop-in” anchor). Part 4 “Metal Anchors for use in Concrete” Adopted in December 1998. it must have two important documents: 1) A European Technical Approval (ETA) in accordance with the ETAG 001 “Metal Anchors for use in Concrete”. ETAG 001. Fax: +44 (0) 1530 812 862 . “Metal Anchors for use in Concrete”. Adoption of the ETAG 001 marked the first stage of harmonisation of product approval systems throughout Europe. tensile. repeated and sustained loads. in comparison with current published and accepted performance. 2) A certificate of attestation from an independent control body. Testing and Assessment European Technical Approvals (ETA’s) can only be awarded after satisfying the demanding requirements of the comprehensive test programme described within ETAG 001. Suitability tests determine the functionality of the anchor under the most likely and extreme deviations from installation and service conditions. ETAG 001. Only then can an anchor possess CE marking. The European Commission adopted the first ever European Technical Approval Guideline (ETAG) for any construction product. specifiers and end users for many years. This control is product specific and is far more complex and detailed than the general BS EN ISO 9001:2000 specification. This harmonisation has been sought after by manufacturers. Scope ETAG 001 covers all structural and safety relevant applications where there is risk to human life or considerable economic consequence. cracked concrete and the subsequent movement of such cracks. and all edge spacing distances when installed in accordance with the manufacturers instructions. tolerances of hole diameter. selection and use of structural and safety critical anchor bolts. Load/displacement graphs must show positive gradients with no sign of slipping of the anchor.RAWL APPROVALS Background October 1997 marked the first significant step in the development. a policy which Rawlplug has always upheld. Manufacturing The manufacturer must also satisfy and demonstrate to an independent control body that they have effective control of the manufacturing specifications and processes for the approved product. CE Marking To affix CE marking to an anchor. Admissible Service Condition tests are used to establish characteristic loads (i.e. allowing products to be compared on a like for like basis and the free passage of products within Europe. Stringent assessment criteria are also applied to all tests. It is extremely difficult to clearly identify the applications where approved products should be selected or which are covered by the scope of the ETAG. The net effect of the new comprehensive range of tests and stringent assessment criteria will reduce current load performances and increase the edge distances and spacings for all products.

This situation is complex and confusing. where safety and reliability are paramount and where performance and quality can be assured. improved anchors with increased safety. distributors. Rawl Fixings Rawlplug and Rawl Fixings have continued to develop their range of products to meet these requirements to ensure their customers can satisfy current and future market needs with new.co. Rawlplug and Rawl Fixings were the first UK manufacturer of any construction products to be awarded an ETA and CE marking. thus ensuring that their customers are kept up-to-date with current developments and that their requirements are continuously considered. This ensures that customers are supplied with world class products of the highest quality and technical performance which can be independently certified. contractors and end users to have the utmost confidence in specifying. structural and safety critical applications. news and technical advice www. To complicate matters further each member state within the EC has still to prescribe a transition period for their market place. Rawl Fixings has been awarded ETA approvals and CE marking for the new range of Rawl R-HPT and Rawl R-SPT Throughbolts i.uk For more information contact: The Secretary. * Downloadable free from the website which also carries articles. selling and installing these products. All CFA Members are committed to providing technically proven products manufactured to recognised Quality Assurance procedures and backed up with comprehensive technical support services including performance data. e Publishing a series of free Guidance Notes* e Contributing to the development of European Guidelines for Technical Approval of anchors e Being directly involved in the development of European and British Standards e Working with other influential bodies such as CIRIA and BBA to improve the understanding and use of the fixings. This is likely to be a protracted and diverse procedure.co. e Supporting specific industries in the development of guidelines for their use of fixings. This particularly applies to the definition and the scope of cracked concrete. Therefore products which are currently used in the market place can still be used during this transition period.RAWL APPROVALS Benefits ETAG approved and CE marked products will enable specifiers. is proud to be a member of the Construction Fixings Association (CFA) which represents major fixings suppliers within the UK and whose aims are summarised in the phrase: Ensuring Best Fixings Practice The Association achieves this by: Future This new approach to approvals has led to unknown territory where there is generally low awareness of the detail and on the impact it will have on the use of these products. although the performance data has been based on different testing and assessment criteria. ETA’s 98/0003 and 05/0078 and certificates of attestation 0836-CPD-004 and 0836-CPD-003.fixingscfa. but during this stage customers can rely on Rawlplug and Rawl Fixings to provide guidance on selection and supply of approved products to meet their requirements. whereby existing national approval systems will run their course and eventually be superceded by the new approach to ETA’s. LE15 6AF Tel & Fax 01664-474755 email: info@fixingscfa.uk Technical Advisory Service e-mail: rawlinfo@rawlplug. During this transition period national approvals will still be accepted. Oakham.uk 7 . Rawlplug Ltd. applications advice.e. Construction Fixings Association 65 Dean Street.co.co.uk OR rawltech@rawlplug. Direct comparison of performance data between approval systems cannot be made. Rawlplug and Rawl Fixings continue to be represented on the working groups which compile future guidelines and building regulations. site testing and training in the correct use of our products.

If the angle of applied oblique load is within 10o of pure tension or pure shear. 8 Technical Advisory Service Tel: +44 (0) 1530 812 857. Common examples include suspended ceiling applications and the suspension of mechanical services. the sides of the hole should be roughened up by inserting a standard masonry bit into the hole attached to a hammer action drilling machine. 4).4 Slotted Holes in Fixture. Fig. In this situation. the applied oblique load should be resolved into its shear and tensile components. A resin with minimal shrinkage such as Rawl R-KEX should be selected for diamond drilled holes. Tensile Loads Tensile loads are applied along the axis of the fixing (see fig. needs to be considered as well as the shear capacity of the anchor. If in doubt a square plate washer with a thickness of 3mm or greater would be recommended in place of the standard washer supplied. pipework and ductwork etc. Oblique/Combined Loads Oblique loads are a combination of tension and shear components (see fig. 1). When holes are formed in the structure using a diamond drilling system extra care is required to ensure that the holes are thoroughly cleaned by brushing and blowing at least three times. Shear Loads Shear loads act at right angles to the axis of a fixing and directly against the face of the structural material (see fig. Offset Loads Offset loads act at right angles to the fixing axis but are offset from the surface (see fig.2 Fig. the deflection of the bolt. Shear performance is governed mainly by the shear strength of the bolt material and compressive strength of the supporting substrate.3).TECHNICAL INFORMATION Direction of Loading The direction of the applied load must be considered to determine the most appropriate anchor.1 Fig. Fax: +44 (0) 1530 812 862 . due to bending. The tension and shear components must be less than the recommended load/design resistance in the direction concerned.3 Fig. (particularly if a bonded anchor is installed). the safe working load for that direction may be assumed. Also to create a key for the anchor. When fixing anchors through slotted holes it is important to ensure that there is adequate surface contact between the washer and the fixture to guarantee a positive clamping force. Diamond Drilled Holes. 2). Otherwise.

The forces are exerted at the point of expansion.8 Fig. Use the correct setting equipment and procedure. concrete cone (see fig.7). additional forces are exerted as shown by the light blue area ie.8 and fig. Adjustable torque wrenches of the ‘break back’ type are recommended for setting fixings. Clean the hole thoroughly.co. Some basic points to remember are: Drill correct diameter hole. not over the whole length of the fixing. Expanding Fixings Torque controlled anchors transmit expansion forces by locally compressing the substrate. The fixture can then be used as a template.6 Tightening to Rawl Fixings’ recommended tightening torques ensures that the clamping force is greater than the published safe working loads.uk OR rawltech@rawlplug. it is essential that all anchors are installed correctly in accordance with Rawl Fixings’ installation instructions.7 Any reduction in the projected area. Fig.co. Fig. to the correct depth. for example when anchors are placed too close together or too near the edge of the concrete (see fig. These torques should not be exceeded as this may overstress the bolt and/or base material. On applying the load to the anchor. Key Points To achieve published performance values.uk 9 . Recommended Tightening Torques In torque controlled expansion anchors a clamping force is exerted through the fixture into the base material. Tightening the anchor enables the expander to key into the surrounding substrate providing a secure fixing (see fig. 9) will result in reduced performance and should be avoided if possible.6). It is this projected area which relates to the performance of the anchor.TECHNICAL INFORMATION Installation Fig. Therefore as the embedment depth is increased the larger the cone and the greater the performance of the anchor (see fig. Fig. Where unavoidable. the appropriate reduction factors shown for reduced spacing or edge distance should be applied to the recommended load/design resistance indicated for the anchor.5 Anchor choice may be affected by certain aspects of the installation. but critical for bonded anchors. 5).9 Technical Advisory Service e-mail: rawlinfo@rawlplug. This is important for all anchors. Tighten to the recommended torque. for instance the desirability of a through fixing. The clamping force is directly proportional to the tightening torque. and the fixing made through nominal clearance holes without the need for the object to be removed and replaced.

we have received increasing requests to publish data in accordance with these new methods. since the introduction of Ultimate Limit State theory. GLOBAL SAFETY FACTOR METHOD PARTIAL SAFETY FACTOR METHOD Ultimate load χV Ultimate Resistance Frum χ. The safety concept is based upon the Partial Safety Factor approach rather than the Global Safety Factor approach.− KS V 95% Fractile Characteristic Resistance Frk γM Design Resistance Frd Design Action Fsd γF Recommended Load Frec Sact ≤ Frec Actual Design load Sact Fsd ≤ Frd KEY K = Statistical Confidence Factor S = Standard Deviation V = Global Safety Factor γ M = Partial Resistance Safety Factor γ F = Partial Load Safety Factor 10 Technical Advisory Service Tel: +44 (0) 1530 812 857. Fax: +44 (0) 1530 812 862 . probability factor applied (95% Fractile). Engineers familiar with the Partial Safety Factor concept can now use our new Characteristic and Design Resistance figures. can continue to do so. as previously adopted by Rawlplug. This factor is dependent on the variance of a set of results and also the number of anchors tested. Those who prefer to use the Global Safety Factor method. e Design Action is a factored load taking into account variable actions and should always be below the Design Resistance of the anchor.RAWL CALCULATIONS Performance Data Explained In previous editions of our Specification & Design Guide we quoted Ultimate Loads and Safe Working Loads (SWL). where: e Characteristic Resistance is the Ultimate Load with a statistical e Design Resistance is based upon the Characteristic Resistance divided by Partial Safety Factors as determined from testing. however. using the Recommended Load (previously called Safe Working Load). Design Resistance should never be thought of as the load a fixing can safely hold.

if applicable.uk .co.0. ensure that the bolt size selected satisfies the following equations: Global Method (Edge and spacing reduction factors.) N rec /N 2 rd in 30N/mm Concrete x √ Actual Concrete Strength 30 This calculation is not valid for shear.9 Therefore Edge factor for 45mm = 0. For other grades of concrete between 20 and 50N/mm2 where the anchor is in tension the load can be calculated using this formula.m FRk = Across flats = Characteristic edge distance in tension = Characteristic edge distance in shear = Bolt thread size = Countersunk bolt head diameter = = = = = = = = Hole diameter in fixture Hole diameter in concrete Washer diameter Diameter of eye Design load Recommended load Mean ultimate load Characteristic load (95% fractile) fuk H fyk hef = Ultimate tensile strength = Diameter of hook = Yield strength = Effective embedment depth (distance from surface to point of expansion) = Minimum substrate thickness = Minimum hole depth = Bolt length = Countersunk head depth = Thread length = Applied tensile load = Recommended load in tension = Design resistance in tension = Characteristic resistance in tension Nsd S Scr Sw Tfix Tinst Vact VRk VRd Vrec Vsd γ γQ M = Design action tension = Shield length = Characteristic edge distance in tension & shear = Bolt head diameter = Fixture thickness = Recommended torque = Applied shear load = Characteristic resistance in shear = Design resistance in shear = Recommended load in shear = Design action shear = Partial safety factor for material = Partial safety factor for actions 11 hmin ho l lcsk lg Nact Nrec NRd NRk Technical Advisory Service e-mail: rawlinfo@rawlplug. should be applied to the safe tensile and shear loads.uk OR rawltech@rawlplug.) Nact Nrec 1.m FRk Fd Frec Installation Depth Glossary of abbreviations AF Ccr.5 + Vact Vrec 1.0 Re-Bar/Resin Design Concept Ultimate Load NB Example of interpolation If edge distance equals 45mm for an M8 stud then the edge factor will be equal to 50% of the difference between the edge factors for 40mm and 50mm.8 50mm edge factor = 0. The equation is calculated to the power of 1.) Nsd Nrd 1. Note: The method of calculating combined loads in concrete has been revised in line with ETAG.85 Minimum fuk 550N/mm2 95% Fractile γ Μ Minimum fyk 460N/mm2 γQ Load FRu. if applicable. which will carry a combined load.5 ≤1.RAWL CALCULATIONS Concrete Strength Calculation (Loads shown are for 30N/mm2 (C20/25) concrete. should be applied to the tensile and shear design resistance loads. Combined Load (concrete only) When selecting an anchor.5 + Vsd Vrd 1.V d Dcsk df do Dw E Fd Frec FRu.co.0 Partial Method (Edge and spacing reduction factors.N Ccr. Example 40mm edge factor = 0.5 and the result should be equal to or less than 1.2 ≤1.5 ≤1.

Fax: +44 (0) 1530 812 862 12 Technical Advisory Service .5mm M8-M30 M8-M30 M8-M24 M8-M24 M8-M24 M8-M30 M8-M24 M8-M24 M8-M24 HIGH PERFORMANCE METAL ANCHORS SafetyPlus Countersunk Socket Anchor R-HPT Throughbolt R-SPT Throughbolt Brass Anchor Wedge Anchor Lipped Wedge Anchor Rawlbolt Loose Bolt Rawlbolt Bolt Projecting Rawlbolt Eyebolt Rawlbolt Hookbolt Rawlok Bolt Projecting Rawlok Loosebolt Incl St Stl Rawl R-EXP Anchor Concrete Frame Screws R-CAS R-HAC Pending 2007 Pending 2007 30 32 34 36 38 39 40 42 44 45 46 48 HIGH PERFORMANCE BONDED ANCHORS CFS RV200 CFS RM50 CFS RP30 R-KEX R-KEA R-KEM + R-KF2/R-KSF Bonded Anchor Accessories Threaded Rod. Nuts and Washers Insulation Fixings Pending 2007 50 52 54 56 58 60 62 64/66 66/67 68 70 71 72 MASONRY DRILLS SDS Plus Masonry Drill Impactor Masonry Drill Blue Flash Masonry Drill Tel: +44 (0) 1530 812 857.PRODUCT SELECTOR DESCRIPTION SafetyPlus Loosebolt SafetyPlus Bolt Projecting SafetyPlus Limited Embedment ETA PAGE 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 29 THREAD RANGE M8-M20 M8-M20 M8-M16 M8-M16 M8-M20 M6-M20 M6-M24 M5-M16 M6-M20 M6-M16 M6-M24 M6-M24 M6-M12 M6-M12 M5-M12 M6-M10 6mm 7.

uk OR rawltech@rawlplug.co.co.uk 13 .PRODUCT SELECTOR BASE MATERIAL CONCRETE STRUCTURAL STANDARD LIGHTWEIGHT BRICKWORK STONE SOLID PERFORATED BLOCKWORK LOW HOLLOW DENSITY PLASTER BOARD PLYWOOD HOLLOW DOOR Technical Advisory Service e-mail: rawlinfo@rawlplug.

Insert SafetyPlus™ anchor through fixture into hole and tap home. Drill a hole of required diameter and depth through clearance hole in the fixture into concrete. 2. 5. Remove debris and thoroughly clean hole. Fax: +44 (0) 1530 812 862 . This range offers exceptional tension. Integral controlled collapse and anti-rotation feature ensures fixture is firmly secured.SAFETYPLUS™ FOR CONCRETE LOOSE BOLT Product Information Sw Dw DESCRIPTION SafetyPlus™ is an all steel high performance expansion anchor. 4. shear and combined load performance in concrete. 14 Technical Advisory Service Tel: +44 (0) 1530 812 857. 8. High strength steel washer. Tighten to the recommended torque. 4. 2. Case-hardened nut with optimum angle taper for maximum expansion.8 grade bolt. suitable for the most demanding safety critical applications. 3. 3. Unique zig-zag feature provides balanced expansion ensuring secure setting and maximum load carrying capacity. SUITABLE FOR USE IN: Concrete ho FEATURES 1. SAFETYPLUS™ Loose Bolt BOLT LENGTH (mm) (l) BOLT HEAD DIAMETER (mm) (AF) (Sw) WASHER DIAMETER (mm) (Dw) MAXIMUM FIXTURE THICKNESS (mm) (Tfix ) HOLE DIAMETER IN FIXTURE (mm) (df) IN CONCRETE (mm) (do) MINIMUM MINIMUM EFFECTIVE HOLE DEPTH EMBEDMENT SUBSTRATE IN THICKNESS DEPTH CONCRETE (mm) (mm) (mm) (hmin) (hef) (ho) RECOMMENDED TORQUE (Nm) (Tinst) ZINC PLATED PRODUCT CODE BOLT SIZE (d) NEW CODE M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 90 110 100 120 140 120 150 145 170 175 13 17 19 24 30 21 24 30 40 50 15 40 20 40 60 25 50 25 50 30 14 17 20 26 30 12 15 18 24 28 80 90 105 125 155 60 70 80 100 125 120 140 160 200 240 25 50 80 180 275 50-010 50-015 50-020 50-025 50-030 50-035 50-040 50-050 50-055 50-065 SPL-08090/15 SPL-08110/40 SPL-10105/20 SPL-10120/40 SPL-10140/60 SPL-12120/25 SPL-12150/50 SPL-16145/25 SPL-16170/50 SPL-20175/30 SAFETYPLUS™ Racking Bolt BOLT LENGTH (mm) (l) BOLT HEAD DIAMETER (mm) (AF) (Sw) WASHER DIAMETER (mm) (Dw) MAXIMUM FIXTURE THICKNESS (mm) (Tfix ) HOLE DIAMETER IN FIXTURE (mm) (df) MINIMUM MINIMUM EFFECTIVE HOLE DEPTH EMBEDMENT SUBSTRATE IN THICKNESS DEPTH IN CONCRETE CONCRETE (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (hmin) (hef) (do) (ho) RECOMMENDED TORQUE (Nm) (Tinst) ZINC PLATED PRODUCT CODE BOLT SIZE (d) NEW CODE M8 M10 115 105 17 19 21 24 40 20 14 17 12 15 80 90 60 70 130 140 25 50 50-014 50-021 SPL-RB-08115/40 SPL-RB-10105/20 Installation 1.

00 0.55 0.70 0.4 20.93 1.00 70 80 90 100 120 140 160 180 200 240 280 320 0.co.00 0.1 73.94 1.70 0. On the occasion that multiple close edge and/ or spacing distances occur.9 11.V ) CHARACTERISTIC SPACING (mm) TENSION & SHEAR (Scr.88 0.70 0.7 56.4 66.75 0.7 33.2 41.87 0.85 1. Read off the reduction factor where the two lines intersect (interpolate as required).00 0.cube = 30N/mm2 (C20/25) STANDARD EMBEDMENT DEPTH SIZE CHARACTERISTIC RESISTANCE (kN) TENSION (NRk ) SHEAR (VRk ) DESIGN RESISTANCE (Factored) (kN) TENSION (NRd ) SHEAR (VRd ) RECOMMENDED LOAD (Unfactored) (kN) TENSION (Nrec ) SHEAR (Vrec ) CHARACTERISTIC EDGE DISTANCE (mm) TENSION & SHEAR (Ccr.3 22.94 1.6 12.00 0.86 0.89 0.1 30.8 95.0 31.76 0.93 1.8 16.00 60 80 100 140 180 220 260 300 340 380 0. depending on your design method.V ) M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 19.82 0.9 18.00 0.78 0.73 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.81 0.83 0.1 132.77 0. the appropriate reduction factor/s from the tables below must be applied to the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD. Edge Distance (Concrete Only) EDGE (mm) TENSILE: EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 EDGE (mm) SHEAR: EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 Spacing (Concrete Only ) SPACING (mm) TENSILE & SHEAR REDUCTION FACTORS M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 70 80 90 100 120 140 160 180 200 240 280 320 0.84 0.85 1.75 0.00 0.78 0.1 160 180 200 280 320 180 220 260 340 380 For further explanations on calculations please see pages 10 and 11 Reduction Factors .91 1.89 0.8 61.9 44.uk OR rawltech@rawlplug.00 0.co.Edge and Spacing Distances For SafetyPlus™ Loose Bolt.70 0.83 0.88 0.72 0.85 1.72 0.55 0.8 25. Choose the required bolt diameter across the top of the appropriate table and read down the left hand column until actual edge or spacing distance is found.N ) (Scr.73 0.94 1.70 0.SAFETYPLUS™ Specification Data SAFETYPLUS™ Loose Bolt Performance Data LOOSE BOLT FOR CONCRETE CONCRETE.79 0.55 0.uk 15 .78 0.75 0.3 7. Where these dimensions are not achievable.70 0.65 0.3 14.3 26.8 36.70 0.70 0.N ) (Ccr.3 43.70 0.94 1.1 15.85 1.73 0.00 0.82 0.00 0.82 0.6 25.85 1.90 1.70 0.55 0. Multiply this factor by the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD quoted in the table.94 1.87 0.55 0.74 0.80 0.74 0.7 39.4 50.80 0.76 0.91 1. the appropriate reduction factors must be applied.5 90.00 Technical Advisory Service e-mail: rawlinfo@rawlplug.82 0. fck. The full characteristic edge and spacing distances shown in the table above are the minimum allowable for the quoted DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.70 0.0 9.72 0.

Drill a hole of required diameter and depth through clearance hole in the fixture into concrete. 2. Insert SafetyPlus™ anchor through fixture into hole and tap home. 3. Fax: +44 (0) 1530 812 862 . 7. 8. 4. Integral controlled collapse and anti-rotation feature ensures fixture is firmly secured.SAFETYPLUS™ FOR CONCRETE BOLT PROJECTING Product Information Sw Dw DESCRIPTION A high performance steel expansion anchor. Nut and washer allow for fixture to be removed and relocated easily. SAFETYPLUS™ Bolt Projecting BOLT LENGTH (mm) (l) NUT DIAMETER (mm) (AF) (Sw) WASHER DIAMETER (mm) (Dw) MAXIMUM FIXTURE THICKNESS (mm) (Tfix ) MINIMUM MINIMUM EFFECTIVE HOLE DEPTH EMBEDMENT SUBSTRATE IN IN FIXTURE IN CONCRETE THICKNESS DEPTH CONCRETE (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (do) (df) (hmin) (hef) (ho) HOLE DIAMETER RECOMMENDED TORQUE (Nm) (Tinst) ZINC PLATED PRODUCT CODE BOLT SIZE (d) NEW CODE M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 95 110 135 160 160 185 190 13 17 19 24 30 21 24 30 40 50 15 20 25 50 25 50 30 14 17 20 26 30 12 15 18 24 28 80 90 105 125 155 60 70 80 100 125 120 140 160 200 240 25 50 80 180 275 50-110 50-120 50-135 50-140 50-150 50-155 50-165 SPL-BP-08095/15 SPL-BP-10110/20 SPL-BP-12135/25 SPL-BP-12160/50 SPL-BP-16160/25 SPL-BP-16185/50 SPL-BP-20190/30 Installation 1. Remove debris and thoroughly clean hole. This range offers exceptional tension. suitable for the most demanding safety critical applications. 2. High strength steel washer. 3. SUITABLE FOR USE IN: Concrete ho FEATURES 1. 16 Technical Advisory Service Tel: +44 (0) 1530 812 857. 5. shear and combined load performance in concrete. 4. 6. Unique zig-zag feature provides balanced expansion ensuring secure setting and maximum load carrying capacity. Case-hardened nut with optimum angle taper for maximum expansion. Sleeve provides maximum shear load performance. Tighten to the recommended torque.8 grade stud with slot for final adjustment.

89 0.70 0.77 0.81 0. On the occasion that multiple close edge and/or spacing distances occur.5 90.70 0.00 0.70 0.00 0.82 0.3 22.00 0.70 0.8 61.1 160 180 200 280 320 180 220 260 340 380 For further explanations on calculations please see pages 10 and 11 Reduction Factors .1 73.V ) CHARACTERISTIC SPACING (mm) TENSION & SHEAR (Scr.8 16.75 0.1 30.00 0.1 15.72 0.3 7. The full characteristic edge and spacing distances shown in the table above are the minimum allowable for the quoted DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.00 0.74 0.Edge and Spacing Distances For SafetyPlus™ Bolt Projecting.uk 17 .76 0.74 0.79 0.6 12. the appropriate reduction factors must be applied.82 0.SAFETYPLUS™ Specification Data SAFETYPLUS™ Bolt Projecting Performance Data BOLT PROJECTING FOR CONCRETE Concrete.70 0.8 25.55 0.6 25.7 33.65 0.84 0.83 0.93 1.N ) (Scr.V ) M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 19.85 1.73 0.4 50.70 0.7 39.00 0.4 66.55 0.80 0.91 1.8 95.72 0. the appropriate reduction factor/s from the tables below must be applied to the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.88 0.83 0.94 1.0 9.94 1. Multiply this factor by the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD quoted in the table.94 1.85 1. Where these dimensions are not achievable.82 0. Choose the required bolt diameter across the top of the appropriate table and read down the left hand column until actual edge or spacing distance is found.55 0.0 31.91 1.70 0.55 0.75 0.co. Read off the reduction factor where the two lines intersect (interpolate as required).87 0.9 44.85 1.8 36.82 0.78 0.cube = 30N/mm2 (C20/25) STANDARD EMBEDMENT DEPTH SIZE CHARACTERISTIC RESISTANCE (kN) TENSION (NRk ) SHEAR (VRk ) DESIGN RESISTANCE (Factored) (kN) TENSION (NRd ) SHEAR (VRd ) RECOMMENDED LOAD (Unfactored) (kN) TENSION (Nrec ) SHEAR (Vrec ) CHARACTERISTIC EDGE DISTANCE (mm) TENSION & SHEAR (Ccr.78 0.94 1.00 0.4 20.55 0.00 0.00 0.80 0.86 0. depending on your design method.70 0.3 14.9 18.2 41.N ) (Ccr.85 1.00 0.73 0.3 26.1 132.87 0.uk OR rawltech@rawlplug.90 1.3 43.00 0.94 1.00 0.85 1.72 0.70 0.78 0.73 0. Edge Distance (Concrete Only) EDGE (mm) TENSILE: EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 EDGE (mm) SHEAR: EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 Spacing (Concrete Only) SPACING (mm) TENSILE & SHEAR REDUCTION FACTORS M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 70 80 90 100 120 140 160 180 200 240 280 320 0.00 70 80 90 100 120 140 160 180 200 240 280 320 0.75 0.7 56.00 Technical Advisory Service e-mail: rawlinfo@rawlplug.00 60 80 100 140 180 220 260 300 340 380 0. fck.co.70 0.89 0.76 0.88 0.70 0.93 1.9 11.

Fax: +44 (0) 1530 812 862 . Remove debris and thoroughly clean hole. 8. 3. suitable for the most demanding safety critical applications. Case-hardened nut with optimum angle taper for maximum expansion. 5. Tighten to the recommended torque. 4. SUITABLE FOR USE IN: Concrete ho FEATURES 1. SAFETYPLUS™ Limited Embedment BOLT LENGTH (mm) (l) BOLT HEAD DIAMETER (mm) (AF) (Sw) WASHER DIAMETER (mm) (Dw) MAXIMUM FIXTURE THICKNESS (mm) (Tfix ) MINIMUM MINIMUM EFFECTIVE HOLE DEPTH EMBEDMENT SUBSTRATE IN IN FIXTURE IN CONCRETE THICKNESS DEPTH CONCRETE (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (df) (do) (hmin) (hef) (ho) HOLE DIAMETER RECOMMENDED TORQUE (Nm) (Tinst) ZINC PLATED PRODUCT CODE BOLT SIZE (d) NEW CODE M8 M10 M12 M16 80 90 100 130 13 17 19 24 21 24 30 40 25 25 25 30 14 17 20 26 12 15 18 24 55 70 85 100 40 50 60 75 100 110 130 165 25 50 80 180 50-005 50-018 50-033 50-048 SPL-LE-08080/25 SPL-LE-10090/25 SPL-LE-12100/25 SPL-LE-16130/30 Installation 1. 3. This range offers exceptional tension. 6. 18 Technical Advisory Service Tel: +44 (0) 1530 812 857. High strength steel washer.SAFETYPLUS™ FOR CONCRETE LIMITED EMBEDMENT Product Information Sw Dw DESCRIPTION A high performance steel expansion anchor.8 grade bolt. Unique zig-zag feature provides balanced expansion ensuring secure setting and maximum load carrying capacity. shear and combined load performance in concrete. 4. Drill a hole of required diameter and depth through clearance hole in the fixture into concrete. Integral controlled collapse and anti-rotation feature ensures fixture is firmly secured. 2. 2. Insert SafetyPlus™ anchor through fixture into hole and tap home. Sleeve provides maximum shear load performance.

93 1.78 0.00 0.cube = 30N/mm2 (C20/25) STANDARD EMBEDMENT DEPTH SIZE CHARACTERISTIC RESISTANCE (kN) TENSION (NRk ) SHEAR (VRk ) DESIGN RESISTANCE (Factored) (kN) TENSION (NRd ) SHEAR (VRd ) RECOMMENDED LOAD (Unfactored) (kN) TENSION (Nrec ) SHEAR (Vrec ) CHARACTERISTIC EDGE DISTANCE (mm) TENSION (Ccr.74 0.00 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 0.co.0 18.70 0.00 0.N ) (Scr .uk OR rawltech@rawlplug.00 0.5 24.9 4.80 0.8 20.N ) CHARACTERISTIC SPACING (mm) TENSION & SHEAR (Scr.SAFETYPLUS™ Specification Data LIMITED EMBEDMENT FOR CONCRETE SAFETYPLUS™ Limited Embedment Performance Data Concrete.82 0.70 0.83 0. depending on your design method.V ) M8 M10 M12 M16 12.87 0. fck.8 110 130 150 200 150 170 200 230 180 200 220 240 For further explanations on calculations please see pages 10 and 11 Reduction Factors .0 18.00 0.9 26.74 0.73 0.1 21.00 0.88 0.7 7.90 1.V) SHEAR (Ccr.1 18.3 10.78 0. the appropriate reduction factors must be applied.78 0.91 1.00 0.93 1.2 5.93 1.93 1.5 42. On the occasion that multiple close edge and/ or spacing distances occur.70 0. Where these dimensions are not achievable.1 8.94 1.0 77.80 0.93 1.5 16.91 1.7 10.uk 19 .00 0.00 0. Edge Distance (Concrete Only) EDGE (mm) TENSILE: EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M8 M10 M12 M16 EDGE (mm) SHEAR: EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M8 M10 M12 M16 Spacing (Concrete Only) SPACING (mm) TENSILE & SHEAR REDUCTION FACTORS M8 M10 M12 M16 60 70 80 90 110 130 150 170 200 230 0.7 12.85 0.00 0.85 0.75 0.91 1.78 0.5 44.6 8. Multiply this factor by the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD quoted in the table.00 Technical Advisory Service e-mail: rawlinfo@rawlplug.80 0.85 0. Choose the required bolt diameter across the top of the appropriate table and read down the left hand column until actual edge or spacing distance is found.4 35.83 0.70 0.8 13.70 0.82 0.84 0. the appropriate reduction factor/s from the tables below must be applied to the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.co.92 1.2 47. Read off the reduction factor where the two lines intersect (interpolate as required).70 0.00 60 70 80 90 110 130 150 170 200 230 0.9 29. The full characteristic edge and spacing distances shown in the table above are the minimum allowable for the quoted DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.90 1.85 0.Edge and Spacing Distances For SafetyPlus™ Limited Embedment.

8 grade countersunk bolt for flush fitting installation.5 7. 8. Integral controlled collapse and anti-rotation feature ensures fixture is firmly secured.0 7. DIAMETER THICKNESS (mm) (mm) (mm) (Lcsk) (Dcsk) (Tfix ) MINIMUM MINIMUM EFFECTIVE HOLE DEPTH EMBEDMENT SUBSTRATE IN THICKNESS DEPTH IN FIXTURE IN CONCRETE CONCRETE (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (hmin) (hef) (df) (do) (ho) HOLE DIAMETER BOLT SIZE (d) BOLT LENGTH (mm) (l) RECOMMENDED TORQUE (Nm) (Tinst) ZINC PLATED PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE M8 M10 M12 M16 90 105 125 145 6 8 10 12 22 28 33 40 5. SAFETYPLUS™ Countersunk HEX DRIVER SIZE (mm) (AF) (Sw) MAXIMUM MAXIMUM COUNTERSINK HEAD FIXTURE DEPTH. Tighten using hexagon driver to the recommended torque. Fax: +44 (0) 1530 812 862 . 2. 4. Insert SafetyPlus™ anchor through fixture into hole and tap home.5 20 25 30 30 14 17 20 26 12 15 18 24 80 90 105 125 60 70 80 100 120 140 160 200 25 50 80 180 50-210 SPL-C-08090/20 50-220 SPL-C-10105/25 50-235 SPL-C-12125/30 50-250 SPL-C-16145/30 Installation 1. High strength steel washer. 20 Technical Advisory Service Tel: +44 (0) 1530 812 857. 2.6 8. Unique zig-zag feature provides balanced expansion ensuring secure setting and maximum load carrying capacity. 4.SAFETYPLUS™ FOR CONCRETE COUNTERSUNK Product Information AF Dcsk Lcsk DESCRIPTION High performance countersunk all steel high performance expansion anchor for safety critical applications where a flush fixing is required in concrete. Sleeve provides maximum shear load performance. Case-hardened nut with optimum angle taper for maximum expansion. SUITABLE FOR USE IN: Concrete ho FEATURES 1. Remove debris and thoroughly clean hole. 3. 3. 5. Drill a hole of required diameter and depth through clearance hole in the fixture into concrete.. 6.

00 70 80 90 100 120 140 160 180 200 240 280 0.00 0.V) M8 M10 M12 M16 19.70 0.83 0.74 0.91 1.1 30.00 0.94 1.cube = 30N/mm2 (C20/25) STANDARD EMBEDMENT DEPTH SIZE CHARACTERISTIC RESISTANCE (kN) TENSION (NRk ) SHEAR (VRk ) DESIGN RESISTANCE (Factored) (kN) TENSION (NRd ) SHEAR (VRd ) RECOMMENDED LOAD (Unfactored) (kN) TENSION (Nrec ) SHEAR (Vrec ) CHARACTERISTIC EDGE DISTANCE (mm) TENSION & SHEAR (Ccr.70 0.1 9.00 Technical Advisory Service e-mail: rawlinfo@rawlplug.75 0.co.84 0.8 25.55 0.78 0.83 0.82 0.7 56.55 0.94 1. Choose the required bolt diameter across the top of the appropriate table and read down the left hand column until actual edge or spacing distance is found.72 0.70 0.72 0.82 0.8 25.8 160 180 200 280 180 220 260 340 For further explanations on calculations please see pages 10 and 11 Reduction Factors .00 0.0 31.73 0.78 0.85 1.9 18.6 12. On the occasion that multiple close edge and/or spacing distances occur.uk 21 .00 60 80 100 140 180 220 260 300 340 0.8 16.93 1. The full characteristic edge and spacing distances shown in the table above are the minimum allowable for the quoted DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD. the appropriate reduction factors must be applied.00 0.SAFETYPLUS™ Specification Data SAFETYPLUS™ Countersunk Performance Data COUNTERSUNK FOR CONCRETE CONCRETE.00 0.1 7.72 0.85 1.N ) (Ccr.78 0.00 0.88 0.1 15.7 33.76 0.70 0. the appropriate reduction factor/s from the tables below must be applied to the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.75 0.90 1.94 1.3 43.86 0.3 22.2 41.Edge and Spacing Distances For SafetyPlus™ Countersunk.N ) (Scr .00 0.87 0.4 50.7 39.89 0.4 66. depending on your design method.80 0.79 0. fck.70 0.70 0.65 0.74 0.00 0.8 11.V ) CHARACTERISTIC SPACING (mm) TENSION & SHEAR (Scr.uk OR rawltech@rawlplug.70 0. Where these dimensions are not achievable. Multiply this factor by the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD quoted in the table.89 0.94 1.9 14.55 0.3 26.91 1.55 0.co. Edge Distance (Concrete Only) EDGE (mm) TENSILE: EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M8 M10 M12 M16 EDGE (mm) SHEAR: EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M8 M10 M12 M16 Spacing (Concrete Only) SPACING (mm) TENSILE & SHEAR REDUCTION FACTORS M8 M10 M12 M16 70 80 90 100 120 140 160 180 200 240 280 0.00 0.85 1. Read off the reduction factor where the two lines intersect (interpolate as required).75 0.81 0.73 0.82 0.5 90.4 20.70 0.85 1.

SUITABLE FOR USE IN: Concrete FEATURES 1. Unique zig-zag feature provides balanced expansion ensuring secure setting and maximum load carrying capacity. Fax: +44 (0) 1530 812 862 . 4. including deep embedment applications. Internally threaded socket for stud or rebar. apply the recommended torque through the top nut.6 STUD (Tinst ) 8. Screw studding into socket. 4. 2. 2. SOCKET ANCHOR HOLE DIAMETER IN FIXTURE (mm) (df ) IN CONCRETE (mm) (do ) SET FLUSH TO SURFACE MINIMUM HOLE DEPTH (mm) (df ) EFFECTIVE MINIMUM EMBEDMENT SUBSTRATE DEPTH THICKNESS (mm) (mm) (hef ) (hmin ) MINIMUM HOLE DEPTH (mm) (df ) SET AT DEPTH EFFECTIVE MINIMUM EMBEDMENT SUBSTRATE DEPTH THICKNESS (mm) (mm) (hef ) (hmin ) MAX. providing a permanent high performance threaded socket for a wide variety of studding applications. 3. Ensuring nuts are securely locked together.8 STUD (Tinst ) PRODUCT CODE ZINC PLATED THREAD SIZE (d) ANCHOR LENGTH (mm) (l) INTERNAL THREAD LENGTH (mm) (lg ) NEW CODE M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 55 67 80 95 115 8 13 17 18 24 10 12 14 18 24 12 15 18 24 28 65 75 90 105 125 45 55 65 80 95 90 110 130 160 190 80 90 105 125 155 60 70 80 100 125 120 140 160 200 250 11 22 39 96 187 19 37 65 163 280 86-510 86-515 86-520 86-525 86-530 SOC-08 SOC-10 SOC-12 SOC-16 SOC-20 Installation 1. Apply fixture.SOCKET ANCHOR FOR CONCRETE Product Information lg ho DESCRIPTION A versatile problem-solving fixing. Apply torque to ensure clamping of fixture against concrete surface. Integral controlled collapse and anti-rotation feature ensures fixture is firmly secured. Case-hardened nut with optimum angle taper for maximum expansion. RECOMMENDED TORQUE (Nm) 4. washer and hexagon nut. Carefully slacken and remove nuts. 22 Technical Advisory Service Tel: +44 (0) 1530 812 857. Assemble two nuts at the other end of the studding. 3.

9 160 180 200 280 320 180 220 260 340 380 * NOTE: Grade of stud 4.9 44.6 4.93 1. On the occasion that multiple close edge and/or spacing distances occur.0 87.00 0.co.6 7.4 20.8 16.78 0.3 25.8 20.cube = 30N/mm2 (C20/25) ANCHOR SET FLUSH TO THE SURFACE* SIZE CHARACTERISTIC RESISTANCE (kN) TENSION (NRk ) DESIGN RESISTANCE RECOMMENDED LOAD (Factored) (Unfactored) (kN) (kN) TENSION (NRd ) TENSION (Nrec ) ANCHOR SET FLUSH AT DEPTH** CHARACTERISTIC RESISTANCE (kN) TENSION (NRk ) DESIGN RESISTANCE (Factored) (kN) TENSION (NRd ) RECOMMENDED LOAD (Unfactored) (kN) TENSION (Nrec ) CHARACTERISTIC EDGE DISTANCE (mm) TENSION (Ccr. the appropriate reduction factor/s from the tables below must be applied to the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.82 0.8 12.74 0. the appropriate reduction factors must be applied Edge Distance (Concrete Only) EDGE (mm) TENSILE: EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 Spacing (Concrete Only) SPACING (mm) TENSILE & SHEAR REDUCTION FACTORS M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 70 80 90 100 120 140 160 180 200 240 280 320 0.9 40.81 0.0 25.1 30.72 0.2 28. Read off the reduction factor where the two lines intersect (interpolate as required).N ) CHARACTERISTIC SPACING (mm) TENSION (Scr.73 0.6 5.3 7.2 37.73 0.N ) CHARACTERISTIC SPACING (mm) TENSION (Scr.78 0.co.00 0.00 0.3 81.6 12.75 0.83 0. Where these dimensions are not achievable.4 11.94 1.9 26.77 0.9 13.70 0.9 16.SOCKET ANCHOR FOR CONCRETE Specification Data SOCKET ANCHOR Performance Data CONCRETE.0 24.87 0.75 0.87 0.70 0.6 9.cube = 60N/mm2 (C50/60) ANCHOR SET FLUSH TO THE SURFACE* SIZE CHARACTERISTIC RESISTANCE (kN) TENSION (NRk ) DESIGN RESISTANCE RECOMMENDED LOAD (Factored) (Unfactored) (kN) (kN) TENSION (NRd ) TENSION (Nrec ) ANCHOR SET FLUSH AT DEPTH** CHARACTERISTIC RESISTANCE (kN) TENSION (NRk ) DESIGN RESISTANCE (Factored) (kN) TENSION (NRd ) RECOMMENDED LOAD (Unfactored) (kN) TENSION (Nrec ) CHARACTERISTIC EDGE DISTANCE (mm) TENSION (Ccr.94 1.89 0.94 1.00 0.93 1.75 0.uk 23 .N ) M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 12.82 0.2 56.3 5.N ) M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 11.70 0.8 48.7 7.6 33. Multiply this factor by the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD quoted in the table.8 25.4 66.4 46.8 36.8 For further explanations on calculations please see pages 10 and 11 Reduction Factors .78 0.86 0.76 0.94 1.9 18.6 ** NOTE: Grade of stud 8.6 30. The full characteristic edge and spacing distances shown in the table above are the minimum allowable for the quoted DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.94 1.79 0.91 1.5 66.82 0.7 21.3 43.8 4. depending on your design method.3 10.6 8.91 1.65 0.2 18.80 0.7 43.00 0.82 0.7 19.4 124.6 ** NOTE: Grade of stud 8.7 33.5 57.73 0.00 60 80 100 140 180 220 260 300 340 380 0.2 31.2 19.74 0. fck.8 95.00 0.0 160 180 200 280 320 180 220 260 340 380 * NOTE: Grade of stud 4. fck.1 15.4 10.8 For further explanations on calculations please see pages 10 and 11 CONCRETE.88 0.80 0.76 0.72 0.70 0. Choose the required bolt diameter across the top of the appropriate table and read down the left hand column until actual edge or spacing distance is found.70 0.0 25.83 0.0 52.Edge and Spacing Distances for Socket Anchor.5 8.00 Technical Advisory Service e-mail: rawlinfo@rawlplug.84 0.88 0.2 21.9 20.uk OR rawltech@rawlplug.6 9.00 0.89 0.70 0.90 1.00 0.72 0.

Available in: Zinc plated steel. Tighten to the recommended torque. Remove debris and thoroughly clean hole with brush and pump. ease of fixing and product quality. 3. Fax: +44 (0) 1530 812 862 . 4. Lightly tap the throughbolt through the fixture into hole with a hammer. Cold formed body ensures constant dimensional accuracy. 24 Technical Advisory Service Tel: +44 (0) 1530 812 857. RAWL® R-HPT Throughbolt HOLE BOLT NUT BOLT SIZE/HOLE WASHER THREAD DIAMETER DIAMETER LENGTH IN IN DIAMETER LENGTH (mm) (mm) FIXTURE CONCRETE (mm) (mm) (AF) (l) (lG ) (mm) (mm) (Dw ) (Sw ) (lG ) (d)/(do ) STANDARD EMBEDMENT MIN. Stainless steel expander provides an enhanced performance in cracked concrete. 4.RAWL® FOR CONCRETE R-HPT THROUGHBOLT Product Information Sw Dw Standard embedment Reduced embedment ho ho DESCRIPTION The RAWL® Throughbolt range has been developed to meet the changing demands of the market in terms of product approval levels. SUBSTRATES EFFECTIVE TORQUE FIXTURE THICKNESS ENBEDMENT PRODUCT (mm) THICKNESS (mm) (mm) CODE (Tinst ) (mm) (hmin ) (hef ) (Tfix ) ZINC PLATED NEW CODE M8 8 mm M10 10 mm M12 12 mm M16 16 mm M20 20 mm 50 65 80 115 65 80 95 115 130 80 100 120 135 150 105 140 180 220 125 160 200 300 13 17 07 21 19 24 24 30 30 37 14 25 40 65 22 30 46 65 80 30 40 60 75 90 55 60 100 140 65 65 100 100 9 11 13 18 22 — — 55 55 — 60 60 60 60 — 80 80 80 80 — 100 100 100 — 120 120 120 — — 48 48 — 53 53 53 53 — 74 74 74 74 — 89 89 89 — 105 105 105 — — 15 50 — 7 22 42 57 — 4 24 39 54 — 20 60 100 — 20 60 160 40 50 60 80 100 26 33 33 33 37 40 40 40 40 48 48 48 48 48 65 67 67 67 80 85 85 85 5 15 30 65 5 16 32 52 67 5 24 44 58 73 5 40 80 120 5 40 80 180 100 15 100 25 10 60 130 110 160 180 56-314 56-316 56-320 56-325 56-328 56-330 56-332 56-334 56-336 56-338 56-340 56-342 56-344 56-346 56-350 56-352 56-354 56-356 56-360 56-362 56-364 56-366 R-HPT-08050/5 R-HPT-08065/15 R-HPT-08080/15 R-HPT-08115/50 R-HPT-10065/5 R-HPT-10080/7 R-HPT-10095/22 R-HPT-10115/42 R-HPT-10130/57 R-HPT-12080/5 R-HPT-12100/4 R-HPT-12120/24 R-HPT-12135/39 R-HPT-12150/54 R-HPT-16105/5 R-HPT-16140/20 R-HPT-16180/60 R-HPT-16220/100 R-HPT-20125/5 R-HPT-20160/20 R-HPT-20200/60 R-HPT-20300/160 Installation 1. Optimum cone angle for controlled expansion. 2. For European Approvals see p 6/7. HOLE DEPTH (mm) (ho ) MINIMUM RECOMMENDED MAX. 5. 2. EFFECTIVE FIXTURE ENBEDMENT THICKNESS (mm) (mm) (hef ) (Tfix ) REDUCED EMBEDMENT MIN. The versatile through fixing for use in a wide range of applications in concrete of 20N/mm2 and over. Standard and limited embedment depth markings to ensure correct installation. Tested and approved by the independent UK and international approval bodies. Drill a hole of required diameter and depth. until fixing depth is reached. HOLE DEPTH (mm) (ho ) MAX. SUITABLE FOR USE IN: Cracked or Uncracked Concrete FEATURES 1. 3.

V ) TENSION & SHEAR (Scr.9 11.58 0.8 8.00 40 50 60 80 100 120 150 180 220 260 0.1 41.00 0.9 32.3 10.00 0.0 8.Edge and Spacing Distances for Rawl® R-HPT.5 25.9 18.60 0.2 39.9 24.6 3.88 1.74 0.65 0.7 2.77 0.5 34.1 13.0 8.V ) M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 6.00 0.9 18.7 10.9 5.6 13.4 80 100 120 160 190 80 100 120 160 190 100 120 150 180 260 For further explanations on calculations please see pages 10 and 11 Cracked Concrete Performance Data CONCRETE.3 32.3 23.6 80 100 120 160 190 80 100 120 160 190 100 120 150 180 260 Reduction Factors .4 7.00 0.83 1.0 16.2 4.00 0.6 45.3 16.3 2.5 3. The full characteristic edge and spacing distances shown in the table above are the minimum allowable for the quoted DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.V ) TENSION & SHEAR (Scr.9 22.0 11.2 11.3 7.88 1.0 65.2 2.88 1.cube = 30N/mm2 (C20/25) STANDARD EMBEDMENT DEPTH CHARACTERISTIC LOAD (kN) TENSION (NRk ) SHEAR (VRk ) DESIGN LOAD (kN) RECOMMENDED LOAD (kN) CHARACTERISTIC LOAD (kN) TENSION (NRk ) SHEAR (VRk ) REDUCED EMBEDMENT DEPTH DESIGN LOAD (kN) RECOMMENDED LOAD (kN) CHARACTERISTIC EDGE DISTANCE (mm) CHARACTERISTIC SPACING (mm) SIZE TENSION (NRd ) SHEAR (VRd ) TENSION (Nrec ) SHEAR (Vrec ) TENSION (NRd ) SHEAR (VRd ) TENSION (Nrec ) SHEAR (Vrec ) TENSION SHEAR (Ccr.1 17.8 28.5 6.3 6.1 17.8 20.1 17.83 1.77 0.00 0.62 0.2 19. depending on your design method.2 48.91 1.73 0.6 15.N ) (Scr.co.6 47.8 10.87 1.3 8.65 0.5 12.1 4.73 0.0 7.RAWL® Specification Data R-HPT THROUGHBOLT FOR CONCRETE RAWL® R-HPT Throughbolt Projecting Performance Data Non-Cracked Concrete Performance Data CONCRETE. the appropriate reduction factor/s from the tables below must be applied to the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.1 5.V ) M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 11. fck.3 6.6 4.9 9.6 29.00 Technical Advisory Service e-mail: rawlinfo@rawlplug.9 61.65 0.7 21.80 1.8 75.3 5.65 0.cube = 30N/mm2 (C20/25) STANDARD EMBEDMENT DEPTH CHARACTERISTIC LOAD (kN) TENSION (NRk ) SHEAR (VRk ) DESIGN LOAD (kN) RECOMMENDED LOAD (kN) CHARACTERISTIC LOAD (kN) TENSION (NRk ) SHEAR (VRk ) REDUCED EMBEDMENT DEPTH DESIGN LOAD (kN) RECOMMENDED LOAD (kN) CHARACTERISTIC EDGE DISTANCE (mm) CHARACTERISTIC SPACING (mm) SIZE TENSION (NRd ) SHEAR (VRd ) TENSION (Nrec ) SHEAR (Vrec ) TENSION (NRd ) SHEAR (VRd ) TENSION (Nrec ) SHEAR (Vrec ) TENSION SHEAR (Ccr.74 1.5 10.77 0.uk 25 .9 21.1 9.74 0.8 5.3 44.8 4.65 0.4 9.7 17.6 2.3 42.N ) (Ccr.77 0.0 15.60 0.88 1.9 14.4 9.65 0.0 19.62 0.N ) (Scr.0 5.6 4.77 0.3 3.0 33.7 27.9 21.8 15.88 1.3 6.2 8.65 0.00 0.1 9.4 40.6 60.67 0.7 16.88 1.2 25.2 5.82 1.00 0.8 19.8 28.1 12.9 27.7 11.8 7.1 10.uk OR rawltech@rawlplug.1 8. Choose the required bolt diameter across the top of the appropriate table and read down the left hand column until actual edge or spacing distance is found.co.5 26.77 0.4 23.7 4.00 0.0 8.0 6. Read off the reduction factor where the two lines intersect (interpolate as required).7 9. the appropriate reduction factors must be applied.6 35. Multiply this factor by the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD quoted in the table. fck.6 4.00 0.2 6.9 16.87 1.65 0. Edge Distance (Concrete Only) EDGE (mm) TENSILE: EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M8 SHEAR: EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M10 M12 M16 M20 Spacing (Concrete Only) SPACING (mm) TENSILE & SHEAR REDUCTION FACTORS M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 40 50 60 80 100 120 140 160 190 0.8 13.4 71. Where these dimensions are not achievable. On the occasion that multiple close edge and/or spacing distances occur.84 1.2 36.5 12.00 0.2 30.8 7.1 7.00 0.4 4.9 22.00 0.83 0.2 16.9 14.N ) (Ccr.1 42.

3. Embedment depth markings to ensure correct installation. For European Approvals see p. ease of fixing and product quality. Optimum cone angle for controlled expansion.5 13 17 17 21 19 24 24 30 30 37 36 44 15 25 35 50 60 14 25 40 55 75 70 21 30 45 65 80 100 30 40 60 75 90 100 120 140 32 55 45 60 70 100 140 140 65 65 100 100 65 65 105 6. Fax: +44 (0) 1530 812 862 . DIAMETER MINIMUM EFFECTIVE MAXIMUM MINIMUM EFFECTIVE MAXIMUM SUBSTRATE HOLE HOLE FIXTURE FIXTURE THIC KNESS TORQUE IN FIXTURE EMBEDMENT EMBEDMENT (mm) DEPTH THICKNESS DEPTH THICKNESS (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (Tinst ) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (hmin ) (lG ) (hef ) (hef ) (ho ) (ho ) (Tfix ) (Tfix ) ZINC PLATED PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE M6 6 M8 8 M10 10 M12 12 M16 16 M20 20 M24 24 40 55 70 85 95 50 65 80 95 115 150 65 80 95 115 130 150 80 100 120 135 150 180 220 235 90 105 125 140 150 180 220 280 125 160 200 300 180 260 300 10 12. 4. 6/7 SUITABLE FOR USE IN: Concrete FEATURES 1. Cold formed body ensures constant dimensional accuracy. Available in: Zinc plated steel. RAWL® R-SPT Throughbolt . Hot dip galvanized. Stainless steel grade A4.Zinc Plated BOLT SIZE (d) HOLE IN CONCRETE (mm) (do ) BOLT LENGTH (mm) (l) NUT WASHER DIAMETER DIAMETER (mm) (mm) (AF) (Dw ) (Sw ) THREAD LENGTH (mm) (lG ) STANDARD EMBEDMENT REDUCED EMBEDMENT MINIMUM HOLE REC. The versatile through fixing for use in a wide range of applications in concrete of 20N/mm2 and over. Tested and approved by the independent UK and international approval bodies.5 9 11 13 18 22 26 — — 50 50 50 — — 55 55 55 55 — 60 60 60 60 60 — 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 — — 100 100 100 100 100 100 — 120 120 120 135 135 135 — — 42 42 42 — — 48 48 48 48 — 52 52 52 52 52 — 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 — — 89 89 89 89 89 89 — 105 105 105 112 112 112 — — 12 26 36 — — 15 30 50 85 — 7 22 42 57 77 — 4 24 39 54 84 124 139 — — 5 20 30 60 100 160 — 20 60 160 20 100 140 24 30 30 30 30 40 40 40 40 40 40 50 50 50 50 50 50 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 50 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 100 100 100 100 120 120 120 16 22 22 22 22 26 33 33 33 33 33 37 40 40 40 40 40 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 37 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 85 85 85 85 92 92 92 7 16 32 46 56 5 15 30 45 65 100 5 16 32 52 67 87 5 24 44 58 73 103 143 158 20 5 25 40 50 80 120 180 5 40 80 180 35 115 155 100 5 100 15 100 25 110 45 130 110 160 180 200 320 56-102 56-104 56-108 56-110 56-112 56-114 56-116 56-120 56-122 56-125 56-123 56-129 56-128 56-132 56-136 56-138 56-137 56-139 56-140 56-144 56-148 56-150 56-147 56-149 56-146 56-154 56-153 56-155 56-152 56-163 56-156 56-158 56-157 56-159 56-160 56-164 56-166 56-168 56-172 56-175 R-SPT-06040/7 R-SPT-06055/16 R-SPT-06070/12 R-SPT-06085/26 R-SPT-06095/36 R-SPT-08050/5 R-SPT-08065/15 R-SPT-08080/15 R-SPT-08095/30 R-SPT-08115/50 R-SPT-08115/85 R-SPT-10065/5 R-SPT-10080/7 R-SPT-10095/22 R-SPT-10115/42 R-SPT-10130/57 R-SPT-10150/77 R-SPT-12080/5 R-SPT-12100/4 R-SPT-12120/24 R-SPT-12135/39 R-SPT-12150/54 R-SPT-12180/84 R-SPT-12220/124 R-SPT-12235/139 R-SPT-16090/20 R-SPT-16105/25 R-SPT-16125/5 R-SPT-16140/20 R-SPT-16150/30 R-SPT-16180/60 R-SPT-16220/100 R-SPT-16280/160 R-SPT-20125/5 R-SPT-20160/20 R-SPT-20200/60 R-SPT-20300/160 R-SPT-24180/20 R-SPT-24260/100 R-SPT-24300/140 26 Technical Advisory Service Tel: +44 (0) 1530 812 857.RAWL® FOR CONCRETE R-SPT THROUGHBOLT Product Information Sw Dw Standard embedment Reduced embedment ho ho DESCRIPTION The RAWL® Throughbolt range has been developed to meet the changing demands of the market in terms of product approval levels. 2.

Hot Dip Galvanized HOLE IN CONCRETE (mm) (do ) BOLT LENGTH (mm) (l) NUT WASHER DIAMETER DIAMETER (mm) (mm) (AF) (Dw ) (Sw ) THREAD LENGTH (mm) (lG ) R-SPT THROUGHBOLT FOR CONCRETE BOLT SIZE (d) HOT DIP GALVANIZED STANDARD EMBEDMENT REDUCED EMBEDMENT HOLE MINIMUM MINIMUM MAXIMUM MINIMUM MAXIMUM SUBSTRATE REC.Stainless Steel Grade 316 (A4) BOLT SIZE (d) HOLE NUT BOLT WASHER IN DIAMETER LENGTH DIAMETER CONCRETE (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (AF) (l) (Dw ) (do ) (Sw ) THREAD LENGTH (mm) (lG ) STAINLESS STEEL GRADE 316 (A4) STANDARD EMBEDMENT REDUCED EMBEDMENT MINIMUM HOLE MINIMUM MAXIMUM MINIMUM MAXIMUM SUBSTRATE REC. DIAMETER EFFECTIVE EFFECTIVE HOLE HOLE FIXTURE FIXTURE THICKNESS TORQUE IN FIXTURE EMBEDMENT EMBEDMENT (mm) PRODUCT DEPTH NEW CODE THICKNESS DEPTH THICKNESS (mm) (mm) CODE (mm) (mm) (Tinst ) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (lG ) (hmin ) (hef ) (hef ) (ho ) (ho ) (Tfix ) (Tfix ) 50 65 M8 8 80 95 115 65 80 M10 10 95 115 130 80 100 M12 12 120 135 150 180 105 M16 16 140 180 220 125 M20 M24 20 24 160 200 260 36 44 30 37 24 30 19 24 17 21 13 17 14 25 40 55 75 21 30 45 65 80 30 40 60 75 90 100 55 60 100 140 65 65 100 65 26 22 18 13 11 9 — — 55 55 55 — 60 60 60 60 — 80 80 80 80 80 — 100 100 100 — 120 120 135 — — 48 48 48 — 52 52 52 52 — 69 69 69 69 69 — 89 89 89 — 105 105 112 — — 15 30 50 — 7 22 42 57 — 4 24 39 54 84 — 20 60 100 — 20 60 100 40 40 40 40 40 50 50 50 50 50 60 60 60 60 60 60 80 80 80 80 100 100 100 120 26 33 33 33 33 37 39 40 40 40 48 48 48 48 48 48 65 67 67 67 80 85 85 92 5 15 30 45 65 5 16 32 52 67 5 24 44 58 75 105 25 40 80 120 5 40 80 115 200 320 160 180 130 110 110 45 100 25 100 15 56-814 R-SPT-HD-08050/5 56-816 R-SPT-HD-08065/15 56-820 R-SPT-HD-08080/15 56-822 R-SPT-HD-08095/30 56-825 SPT-HD-08115/50 56-829 R-SPT-HD-10065/5 56-828 R-SPT-HD-10080/7 56-832 R-SPT-HD-10095/22 56-836 R-SPT-HD-10115/42 56-838 R-SPT-HD-10130/57 56-839 R-SPT-HD-12080/5 56-840 R-SPT-HD-12100/4 56-844 R-SPT-HD-12120/24 56-848 R-SPT-HD-12135/39 56-850 R-SPT-HD-12150/54 56-847 R-SPT-HD-12180/84 56-853 R-SPT-HD-16105/25 56-852 R-SPT-HD-16140/20 56-856 R-SPT-HD-16180/60 56-858 R-SPT-HD-16220/100 56-859 R-SPT-HD-20125/5 56-860 R-SPT-HD-20160/20 56-864 R-SPT-HD-20200/60 56-872 R-SPT-HD-24260/100 RAWL® R-SPT Throughbolt .RAWL® Product Information RAWL® R-SPT Throughbolt .5 25 50 25 40 25 30 6.5 — 50 — 55 55 60 — 42 — 48 48 52 52 52 52 69 69 69 69 — 89 89 89 — 105 105 105 112 — 26 — 15 40 7 22 42 57 4 24 39 54 — 20 60 100 — 20 60 160 100 30 30 40 40 40 50 50 50 50 60 60 60 60 80 80 80 80 100 100 100 100 120 22 22 33 33 33 39 40 40 40 48 48 48 48 65 67 67 67 80 85 85 85 92 16 46 15 30 55 16 32 52 67 24 44 58 75 25 40 80 120 5 40 80 180 115 100 5 56-604 R-SPT-A4-06055/16 56-610 R-SPT-A4-06085/26 56-614 R-SPT-A4-08050/5 56-616 R-SPT-A4-08065/15 56-620 R-SPT-A4-08080/15 56-624 R-SPT-A4-080105/40 56-627 R-SPT-A4-10065/5 56-628 R-SPT-A4-10080/7 M8 8 13 17 9 100 15 M10 10 95 115 130 100 120 135 150 105 140 180 220 125 160 200 300 260 17 21 45 65 80 40 60 75 90 55 60 100 140 65 65 100 100 65 11 60 60 60 80 80 80 80 — 100 100 100 — 120 120 120 135 100 25 56-632 R-SPT-A4-10095/22 56-636 R-SPT-A4-10115/42 56-638 R-SPT-A4-10130/57 56-640 R-SPT-A4-12100/4 56-644 R-SPT-A4-12120/24 56-648 R-SPT-A4-12135/39 56-650 R-SPT-A4-12150/54 56-651 R-SPT-A4-16105/25 56-652 R-SPT-A4-16140/20 56-656 R-SPT-A4-16180/60 56-658 R-SPT-A4-16220/100 56-659 R-SPT-A4-20125/5 56-660 R-SPT-A4-20160/20 56-664 R-SPT-A4-20200/60 56-666 R-SPT-A4-20300/160 56-672 R-SPT-A4-24260/100 M12 12 19 24 13 110 45 M16 16 24 30 18 130 110 M20 20 30 37 22 160 180 M24 24 36 44 26 200 320 Technical Advisory Service e-mail: rawlinfo@rawlplug.co.co.uk OR rawltech@rawlplug. DIAMETER EFFECTIVE EFFECTIVE HOLE HOLE FIXTURE FIXTURE THICKNESS TORQUE IN FIXTURE EMBEDMENT EMBEDMENT (mm) PRODUCT DEPTH NEW CODE THICKNESS DEPTH THICKNESS (mm) (mm) CODE (mm) (mm) (Tinst ) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (hmin ) (lG ) (hef ) (hef ) (ho ) (ho ) (Tfix ) (Tfix ) M6 6 55 85 50 65 80 105 65 80 10 12.uk 27 .

until fixing depth is reached.4 26.86 0.8 9.85 0.7 23.0 5.3 4.5 54. The full characteristic edge and spacing distances shown in the table above are the minimum allowable for the quoted DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.2 14.72 1.8 8.84 0.cube = 30N/mm2 (C20/25) STANDARD EMBEDMENT DEPTH SIZE CHARACTERISTIC LOAD (kN) TENSION (NRk ) SHEAR (VRk ) DESIGN LOAD (factored) (kN) TENSION (NRd ) SHEAR (VRd ) RECOMMENDED LOAD (unfactored) (kN) TENSION (Nrec ) SHEAR (Vrec ) CHARACTERISTIC LOAD (kN) TENSION (NRk ) SHEAR (VRk ) REDUCED EMBEDMENT DEPTH DESIGN LOAD (factored) (kN) TENSION (NRd ) SHEAR (VRd ) RECOMMENDED LOAD (unfactored) (kN) TENSION (Nrec ) SHEAR (Vrec ) CHARACTERISTIC CHARACTERISTIC EDGE SPACING DISTANCE (mm) (mm) TENSION SHEAR TENSION & SHEAR (Ccr.7 29.77 0.77 0.83 1.6 8.00 Read off the reduction factor where the two lines intersect (interpolate as required).3 3.2 23.0 0.75 0.9 2.00 0.00 0.9 13.N ) (Scr.00 0.5 12.60 1.74 1.71 1.7 15.8 3.00 0.82 0. Remove debris and thoroughly clean hole with brush and pump.0 14.85 0.RAWL® FOR CONCRETE R-SPT THROUGHBOLT Specification Data RAWL® SPT Throughbolt Zinc Plated Performance Data CONCRETE.9 4.70 0.3 40.1 12.88 0.65 1.00 0.68 1.0 21.8 79.7 15.8 10.00 0.2 3.6 5.70 1.5 61.5 28.V ) M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 7.65 0.3 40.74 0. depending on your design method.73 0.82 0.74 0.74 1.7 2.88 0.Edge and Spacing Distances for Rawl® SPT.64 0. Tighten to the recommended torque.0 1.83 0.4 44.2 6.4 1.0 3.91 0.6 50.70 1.70 1.77 0.00 0.4 96.3 6. Reduction Factors .8 25.0 21.5 8.0 13.8 18.88 0.65 0.71 0.77 0.1 23.1 5.00 0.3 72.5 63. 2.61 1.83 1.83 0.60 0.9 5.5 3.61 1.0 40.00 0.00 0.65 1.3 28.00 0.0 17.00 0.58 1.cube = 30N/mm2 (C20/25) STANDARD EMBEDMENT DEPTH SIZE CHARACTERISTIC LOAD (kN) TENSION (NRk ) SHEAR (VRk ) DESIGN RESISTANCE (Factored) (kN) TENSION (NRd ) SHEAR (VRd ) RECOMMENDED LOAD (Unfactored) (kN) TENSION (Nrec ) SHEAR (Vrec ) CHARACTERISTIC LOAD (kN) TENSION (NRk ) SHEAR (VRk ) REDUCED EMBEDMENT DEPTH DESIGN RESISTANCE (Factored) (kN) TENSION (NRd ) SHEAR (VRd ) RECOMMENDED LOAD (Unfactored) (kN) TENSION (Nrec ) SHEAR (Vrec ) CHARACTERISTIC CHARACTERISTIC EDGE SPACING DISTANCE (mm) (mm) TENSION & SHEAR TENSION & SHEAR (Ccr.0 9.1 33.8 10.00 0.00 0.83 0.0 38.67 0.67 1.6 34.65 1.00 0.9 3.3 60 80 100 120 160 190 250 80 100 120 150 180 260 300 For further explanations on calculations please see pages 10 and 11 Edge Distance Zinc Plated (Concrete Only) EDGE (mm) Spacing (Concrete Only) SHEAR: EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 SPACING (mm) TENSILE & SHEAR REDUCTION FACTORS M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 30 40 50 60 80 100 120 140 160 190 220 250 0.7 7.78 0.2 14.00 0.1 48.83 0.3 73.2 18.4 8.4 103.6 4.1 17. fck.2 5.83 0.77 1.88 0.6 35.0 48.5 1.91 0.2 11.3 6.60 0.86 0.1 12. Fax: +44 (0) 1530 812 862 .74 0.77 0.N ) (Scr. Lightly tap the throughbolt through the fixture into hole with a hammer.78 0.1 13.65 1. fck. the appropriate reduction factor/s from the tables below must be applied to the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.60 0.65 1.6 11.5 57.74 1.9 60 80 100 120 160 190 230 80 100 110 140 180 210 230 120 150 170 210 270 310 350 Edge Distance Stainless Steel (Concrete Only) EDGE (mm) Spacing (Concrete Only) M24 SPACING (mm) TENSILE & SHEAR REDUCTION FACTORS M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 30 40 50 60 80 100 110 120 140 160 180 190 210 230 0.3 24.9 2.80 0.80 0.9 43. the appropriate reduction factors must be applied.9 28.7 10.4 2.7 15.73 0.7 36.87 0.N ) (Ccr.00 0.70 0.90 0.5 12.88 0.62 0.3 22.0 M6 TENSILE: EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M6 SHEAR: EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 30 40 50 60 80 100 120 150 170 210 230 270 310 350 0.7 5.83 1.58 1.9 14.9 7.7 11.00 0.1 53.00 0.00 0.62 0.7 10.3 4.5 5.8 10.7 23.7 51.77 0.6 18.3 8.0 23.1 17.91 1.62 1.0 7.91 1.V ) (Scr.88 0.00 0.N ) (Ccr.75 0.0 10.9 25.5 2.00 M6 TENSILE: EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M6 30 40 50 60 80 100 120 150 180 190 220 260 0.2 2.00 RAWL® SPT Throughbolt Stainless Steel Performance Data CONCRETE.85 0.00 0.00 0.V ) M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 6.5 10.7 18.6 4.00 0.66 1.00 0.5 26. Choose the required bolt diameter across the top of the appropriate table and read down the left hand column until actual edge or spacing distance is found.50 1.74 0.8 28.2 28.00 0.60 1.74 0.65 0.00 0.7 20.77 0.8 7.73 0.3 19.73 0.7 52.60 0. 28 Technical Advisory Service Tel: +44 (0) 1530 812 857.87 0.7 17. Drill a hole of required diameter and depth.00 0.V ) (Scr.87 0. 4.75 0.79 0.70 1.3 64.87 0.7 8.0 30.00 0.95 0.65 1.3 94.2 4.81 0.4 47.77 0.3 10.79 1.4 3.9 42.2 87.60 0.65 1.00 0.90 0. Multiply this factor by the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD quoted in the table.9 7.00 0.00 0.88 0.88 0.3 8.89 1.2 8.65 0.8 4.00 0.0 11.00 0.88 1. Installation 1.9 4.8 18.1 4.7 6.8 36.1 60.0 131.1 8.81 0.00 1.65 1.91 0.65 0.8 28.3 6.6 19.60 1.2 24.3 33.60 0.70 1.2 17.70 0.2 3.1 30.0 4.76 0.1 15.6 45.3 5.7 52.88 0.91 1.1 47.5 10.5 2. On the occasion that multiple close edge and/or spacing distances occur.6 22.1 10. 3.88 0.77 0.65 0.3 23.00 0.4 60.5 15.1 4.85 0.74 0. Where these dimensions are not achievable.8 5.7 20.88 0.83 0.92 0.2 15.87 0.

SUITABLE FOR USE IN: Non-cracked concrete ≥ 20 N/mm2 Solid Brickwork Stone Brass Anchors M .co. Suitable for all screws and studs with a metric thread. Anchor is set by torquing the screw or stud inducing expansion. BRICKWORK AND STONE Product Information DESCRIPTION Brass Anchor for medium loads.HOLE DEPTH (mm) L .HOLE DIAMETER (mm) H .THREAD SIZE (mm) D .uk 29 .uk OR rawltech@rawlplug.BRASS ANCHORS FOR CONCRETE.co.ANCHOR LENGTH (mm) QUANTITY PACK OUTER PRODUCT CODE M5 M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 7 8 10 12 15 20 22 27 32 43 40 48 20 25 30 40 38 45 100 100 100 100 50 50 2400 2400 2400 2400 1200 1200 TM-05 TM-06 TM-08 TM-10 TM-12 TM-16 Installation Technical Advisory Service e-mail: rawlinfo@rawlplug. Surface-flush anchorage allows the attached item to be removed and refitted several times. Possibility of anchoring in substrates where a deep hole cannot be drilled.

Remove debris and thoroughly clean hole with brush and pump. Internally threaded to take stud or bolt. Easy to install by hammer action.STAINLESS STEEL THREAD SIZE (d) ANCHOR LENGTH (mm) (l) THREAD LENGTH (mm) (lG ) HOLE DIAMETER (mm) (do) HOLE DEPTH (mm) (ho ) MAXIMUM RECOMMENDED TORQUE (Nm) (Tinst ) PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 25 30 40 50 65 11 13 15 20 25 8 10 12 15 20 27 32 42 52 67 4. slotted end first. Alternatively use mechanical setting tool with appropriate drilling machine. Slotted sleeve and captive internal tapered wedge to facilitate easy setting and expansion. 30 Technical Advisory Service Tel: +44 (0) 1530 812 857.4401). Insert wedge anchor. SUITABLE FOR USE IN: Concrete Stone. Drill a hole of required diameter and depth. 2. Use the setting tool to drive the internal wedge into the anchor.ZINC PLATED THREAD SIZE (d) ANCHOR LENGTH (mm) (l) THREAD LENGTH (mm) (lG ) HOLE DIAMETER (mm) (do) HOLE DEPTH (mm) (ho ) MAXIMUM RECOMMENDED TORQUE (Nm) (Tinst ) PRODUCT CODE ETA PENDING 2007 NEW CODE M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 25 30 40 50 65 80 11 13 15 20 25 35 8 10 12 15 20 25 27 32 42 52 67 82 4. R-DCA WEDGE ANCHOR . Install with manual setting tool or mechanical setting tool for use with hammer action drilling machines.5 11 22 38 95 185 77-108 77-120 77-132 77-141 77-150 77-162 WA-06 WA-08 WA-10 WA-12 WA-16 WA-20 R-DCA WEDGE ANCHOR . 2. FEATURES 1. 3. 3. 4. Fax: +44 (0) 1530 812 862 . 5.5 11 22 38 95 77-608 77-620 77-632 77-641 77-650 WA-A4-06 WA-A4-08 WA-A4-10 WA-A4-12 WA-A4-16 Manual Setting Tool Mechanical Setting Tool THREAD SIZE (d) PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE THREAD SIZE (d) GRIP TYPE PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 77-208 77-220 77-232 77-241 77-250 77-262 WA-ST-06 WA-ST-08 WA-ST-10 WA-ST-12 WA-ST-16 WA-ST-20 M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 SDS-plus SDS-plus SDS-plus SDS-plus SDS-max SDS-max 77-209 77-221 77-233 77-242 77-251 77-263 WA-SDS-06 WA-SDS-08 WA-SDS-10 WA-SDS-12 WA-SDS-16 WA-SDS-20 Installation 1. Allows bolts or studs to be installed and removed without damaging the anchor.R-DCA WEDGE ANCHOR FOR CONCRETE & STONE Product Information DESCRIPTION Provides permanently fixed threaded sockets in concrete. Available in: zinc plated steel and stainless steel grade A4 (1.

V) M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 7.8 12.00 0.3 31. depending on your design method.7 2. Read off the reduction factor where the two lines intersect (interpolate as required).93 0. Technical Advisory Service e-mail: rawlinfo@rawlplug.88 0.00 250 1.84 0.8 17.80 1.00 70 80 1.00 190 220 1.8 43. Where these dimensions are not achievable.00 0.94 1.1 3. the appropriate reduction factor/s from the tables below must be applied to the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.80 1.7 4.3 16.84 0.00 1.00 1.0 2.80 0.N) SHEAR (Ccr.00 * It is recommended that Wedge anchors are not installed below the “characteristic” edge distances quoted in the table above.3 7.0 14.84 0.4 4.1 4.91 0.co.7 6.85 0.80 1.0 3. Multiply this factor by the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD quoted in the table.86 0.90 0.2 7.R-DCA WEDGE ANCHOR FOR CONCRETE & STONE Specification Data R-DCA WEDGE ANCHOR Performance Data CONCRETE.4 5.9 20.80 1.00 1.4 7.85 0.80 0.00 90 1. Choose the required bolt diameter across the top of the appropriate table and read down the left hand column until actual edge or spacing distance is found.92 0. the appropriate reduction factors must be applied.N) (Scr.Edge and Spacing Distances for Wedge Anchor The full characteristic edge and spacing distances shown in the table above are the minimum allowable for the quoted DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.5 11.00 100 120 1.94 0.uk OR rawltech@rawlplug.4 9.2 32.00 0. On the occasion that multiple close edge and/ or spacing distances occur.cube = 30N/mm2 (C20/25) SIZE CHARACTERISTIC RESISTANCE (kN) TENSION (NRk) SHEAR (VRk) DESIGN RESISTANCE (Factored) (kN) TENSION (NRd) SHEAR (VRd) RECOMMENDED LOAD (Unfactored) (kN) TENSION (Nrec) SHEAR (Vrec) CHARACTERISTIC EDGE DISTANCE (mm) * TENSION (Ccr.1 6.00 0.00 0.7 3.6 9.00 140 160 1.co.5 15.6 17.uk 31 .9 9.8 23.0 49.89 1. Minimum Edge Distance (Concrete Only) EDGE (mm) TENSILE: EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 EDGE (mm) SHEAR: EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 Spacing (Concrete Only) SPACING (mm) TENSILE & SHEAR REDUCTION FACTORS M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 70 80 90 100 120 140 160 190 220 250 1.5 8. fck.7 20.V) CHARACTERISTIC SPACING (mm) TENSION & SHEAR (Scr.00 1.8 27.1 80 90 120 160 220 250 80 90 120 160 220 250 90 110 140 170 250 300 For further explanations on calculations please see pages 10 and 11 Reduction Factors .4 14.00 1.00 50 60 70 90 110 140 170 210 250 300 0.9 3.

5 11 22 38 95 77-908 77-920 77-932 77-941 77-950 LWA-06L LWA-08L LWA-10L LWA-12L LWA-16L Manual Setting Tool Mechanical Setting Tool THREAD SIZE (d) NEW CODE PRODUCT CODE THREAD SIZE (d) GRIP TYPE NEW CODE PRODUCT CODE M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 77-208 77-220 77-232 77-241 77-250 WAN-ST-06-W1 WAN-ST-08-W1 WAN-ST-10-W1 WAN-ST-12-W1 WAN-ST-16-W1 M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 SDS-plus SDS-plus SDS-plus SDS-plus SDS-max 77-209 77-221 77-233 77-242 77-251 WAN-SDS-06-W1 WAN-SDS-08-W1 WAN-SDS-10-W1 WAN-SDS-12-W1 WAN-SDS-16-W1 Installation 1. Use the setting tool to drive the internal wedge into the anchor. Fax: +44 (0) 1530 812 862 . Easy to install flush to the surface. 5. FEATURES 1. 2. Insert wedge anchor. 2. Internally threaded to take stud or bolt. Install with manual setting tool or mechanical setting tool for use with hammer action drilling machines. Allows for bolts and studs to be installed and removed without effecting the anchor. 4.R-DCL LIPPED WEDGE ANCHOR FOR CONCRETE & STONE Product Information DESCRIPTION The Lipped Wedge Anchor provides an easy to install fixing. Alternatively use mechanical setting tool with appropriate drilling machine.Zinc plated THREAD SIZE (d) ANCHOR LENGTH (mm) (l) THREAD LENGTH (mm) (lG ) HOLE DIAMETER (mm) (do) HOLE DEPTH (mm) (ho ) MAXIMUM RECOMMENDED TORQUE (Nm) (Tinst ) ETA PENDING 2007 PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 25 30 40 50 65 11 13 15 20 25 8 10 12 15 20 27 32 42 52 67 4. 3. 32 Technical Advisory Service Tel: +44 (0) 1530 812 857. R-DCL WEDGE ANCHOR . Drill a hole of required diameter and depth. slotted end first. 3. Remove debris and thoroughly clean hole with brush and pump. SUITABLE FOR USE IN: Concrete Stone. Available in zinc plated steel. Ideal for setting in cavity ceilings.

On the occasion that multiple close edge and/ or spacing distances occur.R-DCL LIPPED WEDGE ANCHOR FOR CONCRETE & STONE Specification Data R-DCL WEDGE ANCHOR Performance Data CONCRETE.8 17.8 3.85 0.8 4.2 32. the appropriate reduction factor/s from the tables below must be applied to the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD. Read off the reduction factor where the two lines intersect (interpolate as required).4 14.uk OR rawltech@rawlplug. Multiply this factor by the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD quoted in the table.80 0. Technical Advisory Service e-mail: rawlinfo@rawlplug.00 1.6 9.5 11. Choose the required bolt diameter across the top of the appropriate table and read down the left hand column until actual edge or spacing distance is found.9 9.0 3.uk 33 .1 6.N) SHEAR (Ccr.90 1.7 4.5 15. Minimum Edge Distance (Concrete Only) EDGE (mm) TENSILE: EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 EDGE (mm) SHEAR: EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 Spacing (Concrete Only) SPACING (mm) TENSILE & SHEAR REDUCTION FACTORS M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 70 80 90 100 120 140 160 190 220 250 1.9 20.80 0.7 2.80 0.0 14.00 70 80 90 100 120 140 160 190 220 250 1.cube = 30N/mm2 (C20/25) SIZE CHARACTERISTIC RESISTANCE (kN) TENSION (NRk) SHEAR (VRk) DESIGN RESISTANCE (Factored) (kN) TENSION (NRd) SHEAR (VRd) RECOMMENDED LOAD (Unfactored) (kN) TENSION (Nrec) SHEAR (Vrec) CHARACTERISTIC EDGE DISTANCE (mm) * TENSION (Ccr.00 1. depending on your design method.88 0.84 0.V) M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 7.00 0.00 1.00 * It is recommended that Wedge anchors are not installed below the “characteristic” edge distances quoted in the table above.7 6.4 7.4 4. the appropriate reduction factors must be applied.00 0.00 0.co.co.3 2.4 9. The full characteristic edge and spacing distances shown in the table above are the minimum allowable for the quoted DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.N) (Scr.80 0.00 1.4 5.00 1.2 7.Edge and Spacing Distances for Lipped Wedge Anchor.80 0.00 1.00 0.93 1. Where these dimensions are not achievable.1 3.3 31.91 1.00 1.V) CHARACTERISTIC SPACING (mm) TENSION & SHEAR (Scr.85 0.92 1.00 1.5 8. fck.6 17.94 1.8 80 90 120 160 220 80 90 120 160 220 90 110 140 170 250 Reduction Factors .00 50 60 70 90 110 140 170 210 250 300 0.8 12.0 3.3 7.86 0.84 0.

The collapsible ferrule ensures positive clamping force is transmitted to the fixture.RAWLBOLT® Product Information Sw Dw SHIELD ANCHOR LOOSE BOLT FOR CONCRETE.0 7.5 0 11 16 65 50 100 27 13 0 0 10 30 25 60 25 100 13 20 85 60 120 50 23 17 22 26 25 32 38 125 140 160 95 115 125 190 220 240 120 230 400 – – – 44-015 44-020 44-025 44-055 44-060 44-065 44-105 44-110 44-115 44-120 44-155 44-160 44-165 44-170 44-205 44-210 44-215 44-255 44-260 44-305 44-310 RBL-M06/10 RBL-M06/25 RBL-M06/40 RBL-M08/10 RBL-M08/25 RBL-M08/40 RBL-M10/10 RBL-M10/25 RBL-M10/50 RBL-M10/75 RBL-M12/10 RBL-M12/25 RBL-M12/40 RBL-M12/60 RBL-M16/15 RBL-M16/30 RBL-M16/60 RBL-M20/60 RBL-M20/100 RBL-M24/100 RBL-M24/150 RAWLBOLT® Shield SHIELD LENGTH (mm) (s) HOLE DIAMETER IN STRUCTURE (mm) (do) MINIMUM HOLE DEPTH (mm) (ho) EFFECTIVE MINIMUM EMBEDMENT SUBSTRATE DEPTH THICKNESS (mm) (mm) (hef) (hmin) RECOMMENDED TORQUE (Nm) 30N/mm2 CONCRETE REFERENCE 20. Shield available seperately. Fax: +44 (0) 1530 812 862 .5 5. (mm) (Tfix) MIN.0 14 55 40 80 15 7. 4. Pressed steel segments ensure consistent dimensional accuracy.5 13 23 – – – 44-010 44-050 44-100 44-150 44-200 44-250 44-300 RBL-M06 RBL-M08 RBL-M10 RBL-M12 RBL-M16 RBL-M20 RBL-M24 Tel: +44 (0) 1530 812 857. Bolt lengths suitable for fixture thickness up to 150mm. 5.5N/mm2 BRICKWORK PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE (Tinst) (Tinst) M6S M8S M10S M12S M16S M20S M24S 34 Technical Advisory Service 45 50 60 75 115 130 150 12 14 16 20 25 32 38 50 55 65 85 125 140 160 35 40 50 60 95 115 125 70 80 100 120 190 220 240 6.5 45 13 17 50 17 21 60 19 24 75 24 30 36 30 37 50 115 130 150 10 25 40 10 25 40 10 25 50 75 10 25 40 60 15 30 60 60 100 100 150 0 6. Ferrule marked with hole diameter for correct installation.5 12 50 35 70 6. SUITABLE FOR USE IN: Concrete Brickwork Stone. RAWLBOLT® Shield Anchor Loose Bolt BOLT HEAD BOLT WASHER SHIELD DIAMETER LENGTH DIAMETER LENGTH (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (AF) (s) (l) (Dw) (Sw) FIXTURE THICKNESS (mm) MAX. (mm) (mm) (df) (do) MINIMUM HOLE DEPTH (mm) (ho) EFFECTIVE MINIMUM EMBEDMENT SUBSTRATE DEPTH THICKNESS (mm) (mm) (hef) (hmin) RECOMMENDED TORQUE (Nm) 30N/mm2 20.0 0 9. FEATURES 1. 3. BRICKWORK & STONE ho DESCRIPTION World’s most popular expanding shield anchor. Optimum taper nut angle for maximum expansion in all substrates.5 15 27 50 120 230 400 5. Easy to use with good load carrying capacity. (mm) (Tfix) HOLE DIAMETER (mm) IN IN FIXTURE STRUCT.5N/mm2 CONCRETE BRICKWORK REFERENCE BOLT SIZE (d) PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE (Tinst) (Tinst) M6 10L M6 25L M6 40L M8 10L M8 25L M8 40L M10 10L M10 25L M10 50L M10 75L M12 10L M12 25L M12 40L M12 60L M16 15L M16 30L M16 60L M20 60L M20 100L M24 100L M24 150L M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 55 70 85 65 80 95 75 90 115 140 90 105 120 140 125 150 180 195 235 255 300 10 12. 2. Ideal general purpose anchor bolt with excellent tolerance to variation in hole size.

64 0.6 16.9 9.4 79.90 0.6 36.82 0.82 0.00 0. depending on your design method.RAWLBOLT® Specification Data SHIELD ANCHOR LOOSE BOLT RAWLBOLT® Shield Anchor Loose Bolt Performance Data CONCRETE.85 0.90 0.85 0. Installation 1.8 56.5 7.00 0.7 14.70 0.94 1.78 0. Concrete reduction factors must NOT be applied.70 0.3 Bolts above M12 are not recommended in brickwork.70 0.85 0.5 55.55 0.00 0.94 1.80 0. For further explanations on calculations please see pages 10 and 11 Reduction Factors .50 1.6 40.uk 35 .7 38. 3.00 0.7 24.4 26.78 0.00 0.4 9. When calculating loads in brickwork.80 0.75 0.78 0.co. Insert bolt with washer through the fixture and tighten to the recommended torque.00 0. apply the published edge distance and spacing for concrete and assume these figures to be the absolute minimums.80 0. Drill a hole of required diameter and depth.8 45.50 1.00 0.8 4.70 0. On the occasion that multiple close edge and/ or spacing distances occur.85 0.88 0. 2.85 0.93 0.70 1.76 0.5 N/mm2 RECOMMENDED LOAD (Unfactored) (kN) TENSION & SHEAR (Nrec) (Vrec) M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 9.50 1.75 0.3 88.00 0.8 2.76 0.90 0.93 1. fck.70 0.6 12. the appropriate reduction factors must be applied. Note: When fixing into brickwork.3 2.00 0.70 0.80 0.7 11.8 20.00 0.7 6. the resultant load must not exceed the quoted performance figure.90 0.00 0.76 0. Where these dimensions are not achievable.93 1.76 0.4 99.90 0.70 0.cube = 30N/mm2 (C20/25) SIZE CHARACTERISTIC RESISTANCE (kN) TENSION (NRk) SHEAR (VRk) DESIGN RESISTANCE (Factored) (kN) TENSION (NRd) SHEAR (VRd) RECOMMENDED LOAD (Unfactored) (kN) TENSION (Nrec) SHEAR (Vrec) CHARACTERISTIC EDGE DISTANCE (mm) TENSION (Ccr. 4. Remove debris and thoroughly clean hole with brush and pump.8 4.2 3.co.90 0.50 1.50 1.5 22.94 1.7 48.70 1. Insert shield and place fixture over the hole.9 4.69 0.5 5.N) (Scr.93 1.00 0.1 16. Multiply this factor by the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD quoted in the table.6 57.9 68.93 1.70 1.V) CHARACTERISTIC SPACING (mm) TENSION & SHEAR (Scr. mortar joints should be avoided.78 1.50 1.1 25.9 30. Remove bolt and washer.uk OR rawltech@rawlplug.V) Brickwork = 20.00 60 80 100 120 150 180 210 250 290 330 370 420 0.80 0.00 60 70 80 100 120 160 170 180 220 260 300 350 0. Edge Distance (Concrete Only) EDGE (mm) TENSILE: EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 EDGE (mm) SHEAR: EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 Spacing (Concrete Only) SPACING (mm) TENSILE & SHEAR REDUCTION FACTORS M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 50 60 70 80 100 120 140 160 190 220 250 280 0.00 0.70 0.8 5. Technical Advisory Service e-mail: rawlinfo@rawlplug.00 Brickwork Application When installing into brickwork and there is a combined load in tension and shear.00 0.2 30.8 4.00 0.8 80 100 120 160 190 250 280 100 120 160 180 260 300 350 120 150 180 250 290 330 420 1.78 1.2 3.1 122.76 0.75 1.70 0.1 11.0 8.85 0.88 0.2 12.N) SHEAR (Ccr. Choose the required bolt diameter across the top of the appropriate table and read down the left hand column until actual edge or spacing distance is found.70 0.50 0.Edge and Spacing Distances for Rawlbolt Shield Anchor Loose Bolt The full characteristic edge and spacing distances shown in the table above are the minimum allowable for the quoted DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.80 0.9 30.82 0. the appropriate reduction factor/s from the tables below must be applied to the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.6 7.00 0.93 1.70 1.88 0. Read off the reduction factor where the two lines intersect (interpolate as required).00 0.00 0.

Ideal general purpose anchor bolt with excellent tolerance to variation in hole size. The collapsible ferrule ensures positive clamping force is transmitted to the fixture. 2. Pressed steel segments ensure consistent dimensional accuracy.5 0 11 16 65 50 100 27 13 0 0 10 35 0 10 30 0 75 13 20 85 60 120 50 23 17 25 125 95 190 120 – 22 26 32 38 140 160 115 125 220 240 230 400 – – 44-505 44-510 44-515 44-555 44-560 44-565 44-605 44-610 44-615 44-655 44-660 44-665 44-705 44-710 44-715 44-755 44-760 44-765 44-805 44-810 RBP-M06/10 RBP-M06/25 RBP-M06/60 RBP-M08/10 RBP-M08/25 RBP-M08/60 RBP-M10/15 RBP-M10/30 RBP-M10/60 RBP-M12/15 RBP-M12/30 RBP-M12/75 RBP-M16/15 RBP-M16/35 RBP-M16/75 RBP-M20/15 RBP-M20/30 RBP-M20/100 RBP-M24/75 RBP-M24/150 Installation 1. mortar joints should be avoided. Fax: +44 (0) 1530 812 862 . (mm) (Tfix) HOLE DIAMETER (mm) IN IN FIXTURE STRUCT. 4. (mm) (mm) (df) (do) MINIMUM HOLE DEPTH (mm) (ho) EFFECTIVE MINIMUM EMBEDMENT SUBSTRATE DEPTH THICKNESS (mm) (mm) (hef) (hmin) RECOMMENDED TORQUE (Nm) 30N/mm2 20. Remove debris and thoroughly clean hole with brush and pump.5 12 50 35 70 6. Ferrule marked with hole diameter for correct installation. FEATURES 1. Note: When fixing into brickwork. Add washer and nut and tighten to recommended torque. 3.5 45 13 17 50 17 21 60 19 24 75 24 30 115 30 36 37 50 130 150 10 25 60 10 25 60 15 30 60 15 30 75 15 35 75 15 30 100 75 120 0 6.5 5.RAWLBOLT® Product Information Sw SHIELD ANCHOR BOLT PROJECTING FOR CONCRETE. 2. 4. ho SUITABLE FOR USE IN: Concrete Brickwork Stone.5N/mm2 CONCRETE BRICKWORK REFERENCE BOLT SIZE (d) PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE (Tinst) (Tinst) M6 10P M6 25P M6 60P M8 10P M8 25P M8 60P M10 15P M10 30P M10 60P M12 15P M12 30P M12 75P M16 15P M16 35P M16 75P M20 15P M20 30P M20 100P M24 75P M24 120P M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 65 80 15 75 90 125 90 105 135 110 125 170 150 170 210 170 185 255 255 300 10 12. BRICKWORK & STONE Dw DESCRIPTION World’s most popular expanding shield anchor.0 14 55 40 80 15 7. 3. 36 Technical Advisory Service Tel: +44 (0) 1530 812 857. Easy to use with good load carrying capacity. Remove nut and washer and insert anchor into hole. Position fixture over the thread. RAWLBOLT® Shield Anchor Bolt Projecting NUT BOLT WASHER SHIELD DIAMETER LENGTH DIAMETER LENGTH (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (AF) (l) (s) (Dw) (Sw) FIXTURE THICKNESS (mm) MAX. Drill a hole of required diameter and depth.0 0 9. Provides a projecting stud to support fixture during installation and removal. (mm) (Tfix) MIN. Optimum taper nut angle for maximum expansion in all substrates.

RAWLBOLT®
Specification Data

SHIELD ANCHOR BOLT PROJECTING
FOR CONCRETE, BRICKWORK & STONE

RAWLBOLT® Shield Anchor Bolt Projecting Performance Data
CONCRETE, fck,cube = 30N/mm2 (C20/25) CHARACTERISTIC RESISTANCE (kN) TENSION (NRk) SHEAR (VRk) DESIGN RESISTANCE (Factored) (kN) TENSION (NRd) SHEAR (VRd) RECOMMENDED LOAD (Unfactored) (kN) TENSION (Nrec) SHEAR (Vrec) CHARACTERISTIC EDGE DISTANCE (mm) TENSION (Ccr,N) SHEAR (Ccr,V) CHARACTERISTIC SPACING (mm) TENSION & SHEAR (Scr,N) (Scr,V) BRICKWORK = 20.5 N/mm2 RECOMMENDED LOAD (Unfactored) (kN) TENSION & SHEAR (Nrec) (Vrec)

SIZE

M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24

9.6 12.1 16.7 24.6 57.4 79.4 99.0

8.2 12.8 20.9 30.5 55.3 88.1 122.8

4.5 5.6 7.7 11.4 26.6 36.8 45.8

4.5 7.1 11.6 16.9 30.7 48.9 68.2

3.8 4.7 6.4 9.5 22.2 30.7 38.2

3.8 5.9 9.7 14.1 25.6 40.8 56.8

80 100 120 160 190 250 280

100 120 160 180 260 300 350

120 150 180 250 290 330 420

1.8 2.3 2.9 4.3
Bolts above M12 are not recommended in brickwork. When calculating loads in brickwork, apply the published edge distance and spacing for concrete and assume these figures to be the absolute minimums. Concrete reduction factors must NOT be applied.

For further explanations on calculations please see pages 10 and 11

Reduction Factors - Edge and Spacing Distances for Rawlbolt Bolt Projecting The full characteristic edge and spacing distances shown in the table above are the minimum allowable for the quoted DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD, depending on your design method. Where these dimensions are not achievable,

the appropriate reduction factor/s from the tables below must be applied to the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD. Choose the required bolt diameter across the top of the appropriate table and read down the left hand column until actual edge or spacing distance is found. Read off the reduction factor where the two lines intersect (interpolate as required).

Multiply this factor by the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD quoted in the table. On the occasion that multiple close edge and/ or spacing distances occur, the appropriate reduction factors must be applied.

Edge Distance (Concrete Only)
EDGE (mm) TENSILE: EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 EDGE (mm) SHEAR: EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24

Spacing (Concrete Only)
SPACING (mm) TENSILE & SHEAR REDUCTION FACTORS M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24

50 60 70 80 100 120 140 160 190 220 250 280

0.70 0.80 0.70 0.90 0.80 0.70 1.00 0.90 0.80 0.70 1.00 0.90 0.78 1.00 0.85 0.93 1.00

0.70 0.78 0.85 0.93 1.00

0.70 0.76 0.82 0.88 0.94 1.00

0.70 0.76 0.82 0.88 0.94 1.00

60 70 80 100 120 160 170 180 220 260 300 350

0.50 0.64 0.76 0.50 1.00 0.75 0.50 1.00 0.69 0.50 1.00 0.85 0.93 0.50 1.00 0.55 0.76 0.50 1.00 0.75 0.50 1.00 0.75 1.00

60 80 100 120 150 180 210 250 290 330 370 420

0.70 0.80 0.70 0.90 0.80 0.70 1.00 0.90 0.80 0.70 1.00 0.90 0.78 1.00 0.85 0.93 1.00

0.70 0.78 0.85 0.93 1.00

0.70 0.78 0.85 0.93 1.00

0.70 0.76 0.82 0.88 0.94 1.00

Brickwork Application
When installing into brickwork and there is a combined load in tension and shear, the resultant load must not exceed the quoted performance figure. Technical Advisory Service e-mail: rawlinfo@rawlplug.co.uk OR rawltech@rawlplug.co.uk 37

RAWLBOLT®
Product Information

SHIELD ANCHOR EYE BOLT

FOR CONCRETE, BRICKWORK & STONE

DESCRIPTION Suitable for temporary or permanent anchorage. Supplied complete with shield, washer and hex nut. Must not be used for safety harness applications or for lifting where shock load could be applied. SUITABLE FOR USE IN: Concrete Brickwork Stone.

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FEATURES 1. Eye designed & manufactured for maximum performance. 2. Ferrule marked with hole diameter to ensure correct installation. 3. Pressed steel segments ensure consistent dimensional accuracy. 4. Optimum geometry taper angle for maximum expansion in all substrates.

RAWLBOLT® Shield Anchor Eye Bolt
BOLT SIZE (d) SHIELD LENGTH (mm) (s) OVERALL LENGTH (mm) (l) MINIMUM HOLE HOLE DIAMETER DEPTH IN STRUCTURE (mm) (mm) (ho) (do) EFFECTIVE APPROXIMATE EMBEDMENT DIAMETER DEPTH IN EYE (mm) (mm) (hef) (E) RECOMMENDED TORQUE (Nm) 30N/mm2
CONCRETE

REFERENCE

20.5N/mm2
BRICKWORK

PRODUCT CODE

NEW CODE

(Tinst)

(Tinst)

M6E M8E M10E M12E

M6 M8 M10 M12

45 50 60 75

73 87 108 130

12 14 16 20

50 55 65 85

35 40 50 60

10 12 14 17

6.5 15 27 50

5 7.5 13 23

44-432 44-437 44-442 44-447

RBL-06E RBL-08E RBL-10E RBL-12E

Specification Data (Concrete Only)
RAWLBOLT® Shield Anchor Eye Bolt Performance Data
CONCRETE, fck,cube = 30N/mm2 (C20/25) SIZE CHARACTERISTIC RESISTANCE (kN) TENSION (NRk) DESIGN RESISTANCE (Factored) (kN) TENSION (NRd) RECOMMENDED LOAD (Unfactored) (kN) TENSION (Nrec) CHARACTERISTIC EDGE DISTANCE (mm) TENSION ( Ccr,N ) CHARACTERISTIC SPACING (mm) TENSION (Scr,N ) RECOMMENDED LOAD (Unfactored) (kN) OBLIQUE 45o (Frec ) CHARACTERISTIC EDGE DISTANCE (mm) SHEAR ( Ccr,V ) CHARACTERISTIC SPACING (mm) SHEAR (Scr,V )

M6 M8 M10 M12

5.3 9.6 15.2 22.1

2.4 4.5 7.0 10.2

2.0 3.8 5.8 8.5

80 100 120 160

120 150 180 250

0.57 1.67 2.31 3.23

70 85 100 130

80 100 120 160

For further explanations on calculations please see pages 10 and 11 For brickwork data in tension only, refer to standard Rawlbolt brickwork table on preceding pages

Installation

1. Drill a hole of required diameter and depth. Note: When fixing into brickwork, mortar joints should be avoided.

2. Remove debris and thoroughly clean hole with brush and pump.

3. Insert the Eye Bolt and position accordingly.

4. Tighten to recommended torque, using the nut (not the eye).

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RAWLBOLT®
Product Information

SHIELD ANCHOR HOOK BOLT
FOR CONCRETE, BRICKWORK & STONE

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DESCRIPTION Suitable for temporary or permanent anchorage. Supplied complete with shield, washer and hex nut. Must not be used for safety harness applications or for lifting where shock load could be applied. SUITABLE FOR USE IN: Concrete Brickwork Stone.

FEATURES 1. Eye designed & manufactured for maximum performance. 2. Ferrule marked with hole diameter to ensure correct installation. 3. Pressed steel segments ensure consistent dimensional accuracy. 4. Optimum geometry taper angle for maximum expansion in all substrates.

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RAWLBOLT® Shield Anchor Hook Bolt
BOLT SIZE (d) SHIELD LENGTH (mm) (s) OVERALL LENGTH (mm) (l) HOLE MINIMUM DIAMETER HOLE IN STRUCTURE DEPTH (mm) (mm) (do) (ho) EFFECTIVE APPROXIMATE EMBEDMENT DIAMETER DEPTH IN HOOK (mm) (mm) (hef) (H) RECOMMENDED TORQUE (Nm) 30N/mm2
CONCRETE

REFERENCE

20.5N/mm2
BRICKWORK

PRODUCT CODE

NEW CODE

(Tinst)

(Tinst)

M6H M8H M10H M12H

M6 M8 M10 M12

45 50 60 75

83 98 120 145

12 14 16 20

50 55 65 85

35 40 50 60

8 10 12 16

6.5 15 27 50

5 7.5 13 23

44-401 44-406 44-411 44-416

RBL-06H RBL-08H RBL-10H RBL-12H

Specification Data
RAWLBOLT® Shield Anchor Hook Bolt Performance Data
BRICKWORK AND CONCRETE, fck,cube = 30N/mm2 (C20/25) SIZE CHARACTERISTIC RESISTANCE (kN) Tension (NRk) DESIGN RESISTANCE (Factored) (kN) Tension (NRd) RECOMMENDED LOAD (Unfactored) (kN) Tension (Nrec) CHARACTERISTIC EDGE DISTANCE (mm) Tension ( Ccr,N ) CHARACTERISTIC SPACING (mm) Tension (Scr,N )

M6 M8 M10 M12

2.2 4.2 6.5 9.4

1.0 1.9 3.0 4.3

0.8 1.6 2.5 3.6

70 85 100 120

80 100 120 140

For further explanations on calculations please see pages 10 and 11

Installation

1. Drill a hole of required diameter and depth. Note: When fixing into brickwork, mortar joints should be avoided.

2. Remove debris and thoroughly clean hole with brush and pump.

3. Insert the Hook Bolt and position accordingly.

4. Tighten to recommended torque, using the nut (not the hook).

Technical Advisory Service

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Insert Rawlok® Sleeve Anchor through the fixture into the hole. BLOCK & STONE Dw DESCRIPTION The Rawlok® is a torque controlled expansion anchor comprising a split sleeve and a bolt incorporating an expander wedge. 40 Technical Advisory Service Tel: +44 (0) 1530 812 857. SUITABLE FOR USE IN: Concrete Brickwork Blockwork Stone.5 6.0 60 50 90 18 16 38.0 12. Note: Fixing into mortar joints should be avoided. Remove debris and thoroughly clean hole with brush and pump.Zinc plated BOLT SIZE (d) MINIMUM MINIMUM MAXIMUM MINIMUM NUT BOLT FLANGE EFFECTIVE SUBSTRATES FIXTURE HOLE DEPTH DIAMETER LENGTH DIAMETER EMBEDMENT THICKNESS THICKNESS IN STRUCTURE (mm) (mm) (mm) DEPTH (mm) (mm) (mm) (AF) (l) (Dw) (mm) (ho) (hmin) (Tfix) (Sw) (hef) HOLE DIAMETER IN FIXTURE (mm) (df) RECOMMENDED TIGHTENING TORQUE(Nm) (ZINC PLATED) PRODUCT CODE IN CONCRETE BRICKWORK BLOCKWORK BLOCKWORK STRUCTURE 30N/mm2 20. Drill a hole of required diameter and depth.0 11.0 6. 3. BRICK.5 3.0 25. One piece flange nut.0 69-506 69-508 69-510 69-514 69-516 69-518 69-520 69-522 69-524 69-525 69-528 69-530 RLK-P-05056 RLK-P-06040 RLK-P-06065 RLK-P-08050 RLK-P-08075 RLK-P-08095 RLK-P-10060 RLK-P-10070 RLK-P-10100 RLK-P-10130 RLK-P-12110 RLK-P-12145 Installation 1. Tighten to recommended torque with torque wrench. 3.5N/mm2 14N/mm2 7N/mm2 (mm) (Tinst) (Tinst) (Tinst) (Tinst) (do) NEW CODE 56 40 M6 65 50 M8 75 95 60 75 M10 100 130 110 M12 145 M5 8 10 13 12 14 17 15 21 18 26 25 10 35 10 36 55 10 27 50 80 55 85 30 35 40 26 26 36 50 55 65 8 10 12 6.0 1.0 55 43 85 14 12 22. FEATURES 1.0 4. 3.0 1. ensuring fast and simple installation.0 2.5 6. Fax: +44 (0) 1530 812 862 . eliminating the need for marking out.0 11. Anchor designed for optimum performance in most base material types.5 8 10 2.0 38. minimum ho RAWLOK® Bolt Projecting .0 8. 2. Bolt and drill size marked on sleeve to ensure correct installation. 4.RAWLOK® Product Information Sw BOLT PROJECTING FOR CONCRETE.0 11.0 22. 2. thus allowing the hole in the substrate to be drilled through the pre-positioned fixture. Integral collapse feature to ensure maximum clamping force is applied to the fixture. It is a through fixing.0 2.

8 1.3 1.2 8.4 3.7 3.3 1. depending on your design method.6 0.3 3. BLOCK & STONE CONCRETE.0 11.6 10.4 4.4 1.4 4.77 0.5 5.9 2.9 9.6 1. Where these dimensions are not achievable.7 7.9 2. fck = 14N/mm2 CHARACTERISTIC LOAD (kN) TENSION (NRk ) SHEAR (VRk ) DESIGN LOAD (kN) TENSION (NRd ) SHEAR (VRd ) RECOMMENDED LOAD (kN) TENSION (Nrec ) SHEAR (Vrec ) CHARACTERISTIC LOAD (kN) TENSION (NRk ) BLOCKWORK.81 0.53 0. Concrete reduction factors must NOT be applied.5 5.1 0.69 0.8 6.77 0.8 5.3 1.3 1.5 4.2 4.00 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 120 140 160 0.00 0.92 1.RAWLOK® Specification Data RAWLOK® Bolt Projecting Performance Data BOLT PROJECTING FOR CONCRETE.0 12.2 1.69 0.79 1. the appropriate reduction factors must be applied.3 5.3 13.58 0.79 1.8 3.85 0.1 1.00 0.0 7.00 0.81 0.90 1.5 2.6 19.3 0.3 13.1 3.5 1.48 0.92 1.8 1.8 9.3 3.co.5 3.7 3.00 0.8 2.00 0.00 Technical Advisory Service e-mail: rawlinfo@rawlplug.1 1.75 0.85 0.75 0.87 1.5 2.84 1.uk 41 .0 3.00 0.7 2.9 1.0 4.5 4.3 11. Multiply this factor by the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD quoted in the table.1 1.90 1.76 0.45 0.00 0. fck = 7N/mm2 DESIGN LOAD (kN) TENSION (NRd ) SHEAR (VRd ) RECOMMENDED LOAD (kN) TENSION (Nrec ) SHEAR (Vrec ) SHEAR (VRk ) M5 M6 M8 M10 M12 2.3 2.2 5.84 1.9 0.co.9 2. Read off the reduction factor where the two lines intersect (interpolate as required).cube = 30N/mm2 (C20/25) SIZE CHARACTERISTIC LOAD (kN) TENSION (NRk ) SHEAR (VRk ) DESIGN LOAD FACTORED (kN) TENSION (NRd ) SHEAR (VRd ) RECOMMENDED LOAD UNFACTORED (kN) TENSION (Nrec ) SHEAR (Vrec ) CHARACTERISTIC EDGE DISTANCE (mm) TENSION (Ccr.6 4.79 0.6 10.85 0.6 For further explanations on calculations please see pages 10 and 11 When calculating loads in brickwork and blockwork apply the published edge distance and spacing for concrete and assume these figures to be the absolute minimums.7 1.5 2.8 2.4 1.4 3.4 5.4 9. Reduction Factors .1 2.7 1.Edge and Spacing Distances for Rawlok® Sleeve Anchor Bolt Projecting.2 8.2 60 70 80 100 120 60 80 100 120 160 60 80 100 120 160 BRICKWORK.87 1.9 4.92 1.1 1.80 0.7 7.00 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 120 140 160 0.0 7.7 1.4 14. fck = 20.6 3.94 1.82 0.87 1.0 1. the appropriate reduction factor/s from the tables below must be applied to the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.0 5.6 2.88 0.77 0.7 2. Choose the required bolt diameter across the top of the appropriate table and read down the left hand column until actual edge or spacing distance is found.00 0.00 0.9 3.9 2.75 0.8 2.85 0.89 1.9 3.6 6.00 0. On the occasion that multiple close edge and/ or spacing distances occur.3 2.uk OR rawltech@rawlplug.3 1.1 1.8 2.4 1. The full characteristic edge and spacing distances shown in the table above are the minimum allowable for the quoted DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.3 6.0 6.6 5.50 0. Edge Distance (Concrete Only) EDGE (mm) TENSILE: EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M5 M6 M8 M10 M12 EDGE (mm) SHEAR: EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M5 M6 M8 M10 M12 Spacing (Concrete Only) SPACING (mm) TENSILE & SHEAR REDUCTION FACTORS M5 M6 M8 M10 M12 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 120 140 160 0.80 0.9 1. BRICK.1 2.6 2.7 1.74 0.91 1.9 1.8 5.53 0.1 1.4 1.4 5.2 4.V ) CHARACTERISTIC SPACING (mm) TENSION & SHEAR (Scr.4 5.62 0.2 1.3 0.4 0.8 6.00 0. fck.N ) SHEAR (Ccr.9 2.3 2.0 6.N) (Scr.9 4.V) M5 M6 M8 M10 M12 5.2 2.6 2.5N/mm2 SIZE CHARACTERISTIC LOAD (kN) TENSION (NRk ) SHEAR (VRk ) DESIGN LOAD (kN) TENSION (NRd ) SHEAR (VRd ) RECOMMENDED LOAD (kN) TENSION (Nrec ) SHEAR (Vrec ) BLOCKWORK.58 0.69 0.00 0.0 4.7 5.

blockwork and hard masonry. 3.0 11. 4.5 2. Bolt and drill size marked on sleeve for accurate installation.5N/mm2 14N/mm2 7N/mm2 (l) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (Tfix) (hmin) (Sw) (Tinst) (Tinst) (Tinst) (Tinst) (ho) (hef) (do) (df) PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE M5 53 80 12 25 46 30 50 27 8 6. FEATURES 1.5N/mm2 14N/mm2 7N/mm2 (mm) (Tinst) (Tinst) (Tinst) (Tinst) (do) 60 80 70 M10 100 M8 13 17 24 30 15 35 14 44 45 55 70 85 32 40 12 14 10 12 11.0 11.0 3. BLOCK & STONE Dw DESCRIPTION All purpose expansion anchor for use in medium weight applications in brickwork. Integral collapse feature to ensure maximum clamping force is applied to the fixture.Zinc plated MINIMUM MINIMUM MAXIMUM MINIMUM HEAD BOLT WASHER EFFECTIVE FIXTURE HOLE DEPTH SUBSTRATES DIAMETER LENGTH DIAMETER EMBEDMENT THICKNESS INSTRUCTURE THICKNESS (mm) (mm) (mm) DEPTH (mm) (mm) (mm) (AF) (l) (Dw) (mm) (ho) (hmin) (Tfix) (Sw) (hef) HOLE DIAMETER IN FIXTURE (mm) (df) RECOMMENDED TIGHTENING TORQUE (Nm) PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE BOLT SIZE (d) IN CONCRETE BRICKWORK BLOCKWORK BLOCKWORK STRUCTURE 30N/mm2 20.Zinc plated W min. Available in yellow passivated zinc plated steel and stainless steel.5 1 69-572 RLK-C-05053 69-574 RLK-C-05080 42 Technical Advisory Service Tel: +44 (0) 1530 812 857.0 4. SUITABLE FOR USE IN: Concrete Brickwork Blockwork Stone. Fax: +44 (0) 1530 812 862 .0 11. 5.0 11.8 grade bolt for high performance.0 22. Through fixing.5 1.0 11.Stainless Steel MINIMUM MINIMUM MAXIMUM MINIMUM HEAD BOLT WASHER EFFECTIVE FIXTURE HOLE DEPTH SUBSTRATES DIAMETER LENGTH DIAMETER EMBEDMENT THICKNESS INSTRUCTURE THICKNESS (mm) (mm) (mm) DEPTH (mm) (mm) (mm) (AF) (l) (Dw) (mm) (ho) (hmin) (Tfix) (Sw) (hef) HOLE DIAMETER IN FIXTURE (mm) (df) RECOMMENDED TIGHTENING TORQUE (Nm) PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE BOLT SIZE (d) IN CONCRETE BRICKWORK BLOCKWORK BLOCKWORK STRUCTURE 30N/mm2 20.5 2.5N/mm2 14N/mm2 7N/mm2 (mm) (Tinst) (Tinst) (Tinst) (Tinst) (do) M6 M8 M10 40 50 75 10 13 15 14 17 21 10 10 27 35 40 55 55 65 85 26 36 43 10 12 14 8 10 12 6.0 69-715 69-716 69-722 69-721 RLK-L-08060 RLK-L-08080 RLK-L-10070 RLK-L-10100 RAWLOK® Loose Bolt .0 22.0 6.0 2.0 22. BRICK.0 6.0 6. Anchor designed for optimum performance in most base materials.0 8.0 4. allows drilling through pre-positioned fixture. 2.RAWLOK® Product Information Sw LOOSE BOLT FOR CONCRETE.0 22.0 69-308 RLK-A2-06040 69-314 RLK-A2-08050 69-322 RLK-A2-10075 RAWLOK® Countersunk . ho MINIMUM MINIMUM HOLE DIAMETER RECOMMENDED TIGHTENING TORQUE (Nm) MINIMUM HEAD MAXIMUM BOLT HOLE DEPTH EFFECTIVE BOLT SUBSTRATES DIAMETER FIXTURE LENGTH IN EMBEDMENT IN IN SIZE THICKNESS (mm) THICKNESS CONCRETE BRICKWORK BLOCKWORK BLOCKWORK (mm) STRUCTURE DEPTH FIXTURE STRUCTURE (d) (mm) (mm) (AF) 30N/mm2 20. minimum ho RAWLOK® Loose Bolt .0 8. No marking out required.

N ) SHEAR (Ccr.9 2.4 4.0 3.91 1.2 1.0 6.7 0.Edge and Spacing Distances for Rawlok® Loose Bolt.4 For further explanations on calculations please see pages 10 and 11 When calculating loads in brickwork and blockwork apply the published edge distance and spacing for concrete and assume these figures to be the absolute minimums.6 3.8 5.3 2.0 12.9 1.80 0.75 0. On the occasion that multiple close edge and/ or spacing distances occur. Drill a hole of required diameter and depth.8 1.4 3.4 1.8 1. Reduction Factors .0 1.N) (Scr.00 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 120 0.48 0.9 9. Edge Distance (Concrete Only) EDGE (mm) TENSILE: EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M5 M6 M8 M10 EDGE (mm) SHEAR: EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M5 M6 M8 M10 Spacing (Concrete Only) SPACING (mm) TENSILE & SHEAR REDUCTION FACTORS M5 M6 M8 M10 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 120 0.9 3.5 2.5 5.8 1.00 0.6 4.4 5.53 0. Where these dimensions are not achievable.00 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 120 0.5 2.9 4.0 7.3 1.92 1.00 0. Read off the reduction factor where the two lines intersect (interpolate as required).89 1.3 0.9 2.3 11. Remove debris and thoroughly clean hole with brush and pump.00 0.co.0 4.8 60 70 80 100 60 80 100 120 BLOCKWORK. BRICKWORK & STONE CONCRETE.0 4.81 0.75 0. Note: When fixing into brickwork.00 0.85 0.58 0.7 1.3 2.2 4.3 3.90 1. Choose the required bolt diameter across the top of the appropriate table and read down the left hand column until actual edge or spacing distance is found.cube = 30N/mm2 (C20/25) SIZE CHARACTERISTIC LOAD (kN) TENSION (NRk ) SHEAR (VRk ) DESIGN LOAD FACTORED (kN) TENSION (NRd ) SHEAR (VRd ) RECOMMENDED LOAD UNFACTORED (kN) TENSION (Nrec ) SHEAR (Vrec ) CHARACTERISTIC EDGE DISTANCE (mm) TENSION (Ccr. Multiply this factor by the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD quoted in the table.00 0.79 0.5 4.69 0.00 0.79 1.5N/mm2 SIZE CHARACTERISTIC LOAD (kN) TENSION (NRk ) SHEAR (VRk ) DESIGN LOAD (kN) TENSION (NRd ) SHEAR (VRd ) RECOMMENDED LOAD (kN) TENSION (Nrec ) SHEAR (Vrec ) BLOCKWORK.50 0.3 2.1 1.9 4.2 4. fck.3 1.00 Installation 1.4 3.9 1. Insert Rawlok® Sleeve Anchor through the fixture into the hole. mortar joints should be avoided.6 10.4 3.V ) CHARACTERISTIC SPACING (mm) TENSION & SHEAR (Scr.3 1.77 0.85 0.00 0.3 1.85 0.co.6 2. the appropriate reduction factor/s from the tables below must be applied to the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.94 1. 3.7 3.1 2.2 8.88 0.7 2.2 5.1 1. The full characteristic edge and spacing distances shown in the table above are the minimum allowable for the quoted DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.4 1.3 1.7 3.2 1.2 8.1 0.7 0.8 1.6 2.uk OR rawltech@rawlplug. fck = 14N/mm2 CHARACTERISTIC LOAD (kN) TENSION (NRk ) SHEAR (VRk ) DESIGN LOAD (kN) TENSION (NRd ) SHEAR (VRd ) RECOMMENDED LOAD (kN) TENSION (Nrec ) SHEAR (Vrec ) CHARACTERISTIC LOAD (kN) TENSION (NRk ) SHEAR (VRk ) DESIGN LOAD (kN) TENSION (NRd ) SHEAR (VRd ) RECOMMENDED LOAD (kN) TENSION (Nrec ) SHEAR (Vrec ) M5 M6 M8 M10 2.9 1. Technical Advisory Service e-mail: rawlinfo@rawlplug.69 0. Concrete reduction factors must NOT be applied.8 2. the appropriate reduction factors must be applied.3 5.7 5.62 0.6 5. fck = 20.77 0.4 4.5 2.1 1.82 0.58 0.90 1.79 1.V) M5 M6 M8 M10 5.84 1.92 1.uk 43 .00 0.5 4.76 0.75 0.6 2.87 1.9 2.6 1.4 9.3 1.6 2. 2.6 0.00 0.RAWLOK® Specification Data RAWLOK® Loose Bolt/Countersunk Performance Data LOOSE BOLT FOR CONCRETE.9 2.87 1. fck = 7N/mm2 60 80 100 120 BRICKWORK.5 1.0 6.7 0.80 0.4 1.7 2. 4.6 10.0 3.5 2.4 5.8 1.0 5. Tighten to recommended torque with torque wrench.8 5. depending on your design method.1 1.

simply hammers through fixture into pre-drilled hole. 2 SUITABLE FOR USE IN: Concrete.2 4.0 7.0 9.3 3. Stone. FEATURES 1. 2.6 0.3 0.8 1.RAWL R-EXP ANCHOR FOR CONCRETE. Brickwork & Blockwork.6 3. Collar holds fixture firmly in place.8 4. Fax: +44 (0) 1530 812 862 .0 SAFE WORKING LOAD (kN) 0. 2.4 1. BRICKWORK & BLOCKWORK Product Information 1 DESCRIPTION Fast. economical through fixing for securing timber and metal profiles to solid brickwork and masonry. No marking out or screwing required. Drill hole trough fixture and into substrate. PERFORMANCE (CONCRETE C20/25) LOADING DIRECTION PRODUCT DIAMETER EMBEDMENT DEPTH (mm) REDUCED STANDARD REDUCED STANDARD REDUCED STANDARD REDUCED STANDARD 30 45 40 60 30 45 40 60 ULTIMATE PERFORMANCE (kN) 1. Hammer until flush to surface. Spring steel anchor expands along its full length to provide a secure fixing. STONE. Insert anchor.5 6mm TENSION 8mm 6mm SHEAR 8mm INSTALLATION PRODUCT SIZE 6x40 6x50 6x60 6x80 8x70 8x90 8x110 8x130 8x150 MAXIMUM FIXTURE THICKNESS (mm) STANDARD 5 15 35 10 30 50 70 90 REDUCED 10 20 30 50 30 50 70 90 110 Installation 1. Clean out debris. 44 Technical Advisory Service Tel: +44 (0) 1530 812 857.8 2.0 14.0 1. 3.0 6. no screw required.

5 x 132 7. 3.5 x 92 7. Concrete Frame Screw With Cylinder Head DESCRIPTION HOLE DIAMETER (do) SCREWHEAD TYPE QUANTITY PRODUCT CODE 7.5 x 182 6. timber.uk 45 . structural clay tile.0 Torx 30 Torx 30 Torx 30 Torx 30 Torx 30 Torx 30 Torx 30 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 WHO-75052 WHO-75072 WHO-75092 WHO-75112 WHO-75132 WHO-75152 WHO-75182 Concrete Frame Screw Performance Data BASE MATERIAL CHARACTERISTIC RESISTANCE (kN) RECOMMENDED LOAD CAPACITY * (kN) BASE MATERIAL PREDRILLED HOLE DIAMETER (mm) MINIMUM FIXTURE DEPTH (mm) MINIMUM HOLE DEPTH (mm) Concrete C20/25 Solid Brick Aerated Concrete Hollow Brick 5.0 6. Hollow Brick Aerated Concrete 6 6 — 30 60 60 40 70 70 * Recommended load capacity for tension or shear. stone.5 x 52 7. 2.7 0.30 mm. Without pre-drilling in aerated concrete. solid and hollow brick.0 Torx 25 Torx 25 Torx 25 Torx 25 Torx 25 Torx 25 Torx 25 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 WHS-75052 WHS-75072 WHS-75092 WHS-75112 WHS-75132 WHS-75152 WHS-75182 Concrete Frame Screw With Countersunk Head DESCRIPTION HOLE DIAMETER (do) SCREWHEAD TYPE QUANTITY PRODUCT CODE 7.0 6.4 0.CONCRETE SCREWS FOR CONCRETE. timber.5 x 152 7.co.5 x 72 7.0 6. Without pre-drilling: aerated concrete.9 1.0 6. Installation 1. No expansion force therefore imposes less stress on substrate during installation.uk OR rawltech@rawlplug. clinker brick.1 2. stone.0 6.5 x 152 7.co.0 6.5 x 112 7.0 6. Easily removed for temporary works.5 x 92 7.0 6.0 6. Technical Advisory Service e-mail: rawlinfo@rawlplug.1 0.5 x 72 7.7 0.5 x 132 7. structural clay tile.5 x 52 7.3 Concrete C20/25 Solid Brick.0 6.0 6. electro-zinc coated ~10 μm SUITABLE FOR USE IN: Pre-drilled Ø 6mm: concrete. clinker brick.0 6. INSTALLATION TIPS Minimum screw anchorage depth: for dense building materials . BRICKWORK & BLOCKWORK Product Information MATERIAL hardened steel. 2. FEATURES 1. for aerated concrete and timber . Pre-drilled Ø 6mm in concrete. STONE.60 mm.1 1.5 x 182 6.5 x 112 7. full and hollow brick. Small hole diameter giving high loads.

R-CAS® RAWL CAPSULE FOR CONCRETE Product Information DESCRIPTION R-CAS is a high performance resin anchor system for use in safety critical applications. This makes it an ideal choice where there are close edge and spacing distances. Adhesive strength is not affected by unpolluted water (curing time will be affected). 4. FEATURES 1. RAWL® R-CAS Capsules CAPSULE SIZE (d) CAPSULE LENGTH (mm) MAXIMUM FIXTURE THICKNESS (mm) (Tfix) HOLE DIAMETER IN CONCRETE (mm) (do) HOLE DIAMETER IN FIXTURE (mm) (df) HOLE DEPTH IN CONCRETE (mm) (ho) RECOMMENDED TORQUE (Nm) (Tinst) IN CONCRETE CAPSULES PER BOX PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M30 80 80 95 95 175 210 265 17 28 36 42 65 55 65 10 12 14 18 25 28 35 9 11 13 17 22 26 33 80 90 110 125 170 210 280 11 22 38 95 150 200 320 10 10 10 10 6 6 6 60-428 60-430 60-432 60-436 60-442 60-446 60-450 R-CAS-08 R-CAS-10 R-CAS-12 R-CAS-16 R-CAS-20 R-CAS-24 R-CAS-30 Boxes of M8 to M16 contain a socket driver suitable for a standard drill chuck. The system relies on the adhesion between the concrete and resin. 2. which is free from expansion forces. 5. Quick and easy to install. Please see accessories on page 64 for additional socket drivers. Capsule contains exact amounts of ingredients making it a very consistent product. High performance. Fax: +44 (0) 1530 812 862 . 6. RAWL® R-CAS Studs (Also suitable for all cartridge resin systems) STUD THREAD SIZE (mm) (d) STUD OVERALL LENGTH (mm) (l) NUT DIAMETER (mm) (AF) (Sw) WASHER DIAMETER (mm) (Dw) STUD PRODUCT CODES (Complete with nut and washer) STUDS PER BOX/ PACK ZINC PLATED PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE STAINLESS STEEL GRADE 316 A4 PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE R-CAS Stud Drivers PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M30 110 130 160 190 260 295 380 13 17 19 24 30 36 46 17 21 24 30 37 44 56 10 10 10 10 6 6 5 60-708 60-710 60-712 60-716 60-720 60-724 — STUDS-08110 STUDS-10130 STUDS-12160 STUDS-16190 STUDS-20260 STUDS-24295 STUDS-30380 60-906 60-911 60-916 60-921 60-926 60-931 — STUDS-08110-A4 STUDS-10130-A4 STUDS-12160-A4 STUDS-16190-A4 STUDS-20260-A4 STUDS-24295-A4 — 60-731 60-732 60-735 DRIVER-M20 DRIVER-M24 DRIVER-M30 Drivers supplied with studs BASE MATERIAL TEMPERATURE (oC) > 20 11 – 20 6 – 10 1–5 -5 – 0 Curing time dry Curing time wet 46 Technical Advisory Service 30 mins 1 hour 1 hour 2 hours 3 hours 6 hours 6 hours 12 hours 15 hours 30 hours Tel: +44 (0) 1530 812 857. Suitable for overhead applications. Suitable for use in wet conditions. SUITABLE FOR USE IN: Concrete. For range of internally threaded sockets see accessories page 65. 3.

7 22. stop as soon as bottom of hole is reached.4 76.89 1.V) CHARACTERISTIC SPACING (mm) TENSION & SHEAR (Scr.87 0.80 0.58 0.68 0. fck.90 0.78 0.co.3 15.0 60 70 80 90 100 110 130 150 170 190 220 260 300 340 0.81 0. Drive stud or socket into capsule. 3. depending on your design method.95 1.0 0.7 152. Leave undisturbed until resin has set.91 0.92 0.89 0.92 1.7 87.78 0.0 0.85 1.57 0.N) (Scr. Edge Distance (Concrete Only) EDGE (mm) TENSILE: EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M30 M8 SHEAR: EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M30 Spacing (Concrete Only) SPACING (mm) TENSILE & SHEAR REDUCTION FACTORS M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M30 60 70 80 90 100 110 130 150 170 190 220 260 300 340 0.88 0.85 0.86 0.50 0.9 42.65 0.89 0.0 0.3 55.92 1.80 1.85 0.96 1.80 0.96 1.75 0.9 12.1 64.95 1.93 0. To prevent over mixing.1 5.90 0.79 0.3 34.77 0.cube = 30N/mm2 (C20/25) SIZE CHARACTERISTIC RESISTANCE (kN) TENSION (NRk) SHEAR (VRk) DESIGN RESISTANCE (Factored) (kN) TENSION (NRd) SHEAR (VRd) RECOMMENDED LOAD (Unfactored) (kN) TENSION (Nrec) SHEAR (Vrec) CHARACTERISTIC EDGE DISTANCE (mm) TENSION (Ccr.4 20.V) M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M30 15.95 1.5 61.0 0.86 0. 2.0 0.uk 47 .3 213.0 53.0 0.7 9.83 0.94 1.0 0.85 0.97 1.0 0. Offer stud or socket up to capsule and switch on machine.94 1.96 0.0 0.3 38.87 0.77 0.71 0.co.1 24.6 18.88 0.84 0. Where these dimensions are not achievable. Drill correct diameter and depth of hole for the stud or socket.94 0. Connect stud or socket to drilling machine using the appropriate driver system.65 0.9 9.93 0.83 0.80 0.0 0.4 103. On the occasion that multiple close edge and/or spacing distances occur.83 0.0 0.76 0.N) SHEAR (Ccr. The full characteristic edge and spacing distances shown in the table above are the minimum allowable for the quoted DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.89 0.82 0.4 23.0 0.83 0.0 13.80 0.0 5.9 39.9 8.1 100 130 150 170 220 260 340 130 150 170 190 220 260 340 130 150 170 190 220 260 340 For further explanations on calculations please see pages 10 and 11 Reduction Factors – Edge and Spacing Distances. Insert R-CAS capsule into the hole.uk OR rawltech@rawlplug.75 0.86 1.81 0.76 1.56 0.2 54.94 1.0 Installation 1.77 0.R-CAS® RAWL CAPSULE FOR CONCRETE Specification Data RAWL® R-CAS Performance Data CONCRETE.75 1.68 0.69 0.80 0.0 0.50 0.0 0.90 0.5 7.87 0.88 1. the appropriate reduction factors must be applied. 5.5 8.0 0.83 0.50 0.8 95.56 0.97 1.52 0.57 0.88 0.81 0.64 0.83 0.86 0.80 0.59 0.50 0.92 0.3 11.62 0.76 0.9 28. Read off the reduction factor where the two lines intersect (interpolate as required).81 0. the appropriate reduction factor/s from the tables below must be applied to the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.58 0.97 1.87 0. Choose the required bolt diameter across the top of the appropriate table and read down the left hand column until actual edge or spacing distance is found.50 0.66 0.1 11.80 0.74 0.82 0.50 0.9 138.93 1.9 15.0 0. Technical Advisory Service e-mail: rawlinfo@rawlplug.83 0. 4. Clean the hole using brush and air three times. Multiply this factor by the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD quoted in the table.8 35.0 30.83 0.3 85.0 43.91 0.73 0.6 122. Position fixture and tighten to recommended torque.0 0.0 0.5 66.87 0.0 0.

Fax: +44 (0) 1530 812 862 .2 37. Drill appropriate hole for anchor taking care to achieve the exact hole depth. Ideal for starter bar applications. Double capsules can be used for deep embedment. Insert capsule(s). Simply installed by hammering the stud or rebar through the capsule using a hammer or mechanical drill. 2. 2.4 29. Long shelf life. SUITABLE FOR USE IN: Concrete.R-HAC® RAWL CAPSULE FOR CONCRETE Product Information DESCRIPTION R-HAC capsule range is a high performance fixing system that offers a quick and simple method of fixing either threaded studs or rebar into solid concrete. CAPSULE DIAMETER (mm) CAPSULE LENGTH (mm) HOLE DIAMETER IN CONCRETE (mm) (do) HOLE DIAMETER IN FIXTURE (mm) (df) HOLE DEPTH IN CONCRETE (mm) (ho) RECOMMENDED TORQUE (Nm) (Tinst) CAPSULES CODES CAPSULES PER BOX/PACK PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M30 85 85 95 95 140 215 270 10 12 14 18 25 28 35 9 11 13 17 22 26 32 85 85 110 140 180 210 265 6 12 20 45 100 150 300 10 10 10 10 6 6 6 60-600 60-601 60-602 60-603 60-604 60-605 60-606 R-HAC-08 R-HAC-10 R-HAC-12 R-HAC-16 R-HAC-20 R-HAC-24 R-HAC-30 Rebar CAPSULE TYPE REBAR NOMINAL DIAMETER (mm) (d) ACTUAL DIAMETER (mm) (df) HOLE DIAMETER IN CONCRETE (mm) (do) HOLE DEPTH (mm) (ho) NUMBER OF CAPSULES HOLE DEPTH (mm) (ho) NUMBER OF CAPSULES PRODUCT CODE PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M30 10 12 16 20 25 32 11.4 13 15 20 25 30 38 85 110 140 180 210 265 1 1 1 1 1 1 170 220 280 360 420 530 2 2 2 2 2 2 60-601 60-602 60-603 60-604 60-605 60-606 R-HAC-10 R-HAC-12 R-HAC-16 R-HAC-20 R-HAC-24 R-HAC-30 BASE MATERIAL TEMPERATURE (°C) > 20 11 – 20 1 – 10 -5 – 0 Curing time 1 hour 2 hours 5 hours 10 hours Installation 1. 4. 5. Not suitable for overhead applications.M12) or mechanical hammer (M16 . High performance. Pour new concrete. The rebar is simply hammered through the capsule using a manual hammer (M8 . 6. Quick and easy to install.5 13.M30). 4. then design principles contained within Eurocode 2 can be adopted instead of the design recommendations contained within this manual. Clean the hole using brush and air three times. RAWL® R-HAC (Studding) If you are bonding rebar into reinforced concrete.7 23. Leave undisturbed until resin has set. 3. of the reinforcing is known. 5.9 18. 48 Technical Advisory Service Tel: +44 (0) 1530 812 857. No expensive tooling required for installation. where the size. FEATURES 1. 3. position etc.

3 38.9 42.8 95.64 0.00 0.00 0.95 1.56 0.00 0.79 0.90 0.95 1. Where these dimensions are not achievable.00 0.9 15.85 1.82 0.70 0. the appropriate reduction factor/s from the tables below must be applied to the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.0 13.00 0.68 0.88 0.75 0.92 1.9 7.6 18.7 87.7 13.94 1.80 0.6 122.83 0.80 0.N) (Scr.6 119.N) SHEAR (Ccr.00 0.89 0.83 0.6 9.1 9.58 0.92 0.00 0.00 0.65 0.9 16.95 1.00 0.71 0. depending on your design method.84 0.92 0.77 0.78 0.93 0.94 0.7 153.87 0.84 0.59 0.00 0.95 1.86 1.72 0.94 1.96 1.2 76.81 0.9 9.00 0.2 54.4 76.R-HAC® RAWL CAPSULE FOR CONCRETE Specification Data RAWL® R-HAC Performance Data CONCRETE.86 0.82 0.57 0.97 0.90 0.00 Technical Advisory Service e-mail: rawlinfo@rawlplug. Reduction Factors – Edge and Spacing Distances.3 33.69 0.00 0.3 6.50 0.80 1.86 0.9 23.50 0.94 1.83 0.80 0.80 0.1 24.7 9.80 0.97 1.85 0. On the occasion that multiple close edge and/or spacing distances occur.77 0.92 0.88 0.87 0.00 0.85 0.00 0.91 0.00 0.93 0. Multiply this factor by the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD quoted in the table.6 23.81 0.88 0. the appropriate reduction factors must be applied. Edge Distance (Concrete Only) EDGE (mm) TENSILE : EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M30 M8 SHEAR : EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M30 Spacing (Concrete Only) SPACING (mm) TENSILE & SHEAR REDUCTION FACTORS M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M30 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 130 150 170 190 210 240 280 0.91 0.78 1.91 0.86 0.86 0.8 94.82 0.97 1.00 0.9 28.88 0.92 1.V) CHARACTERISTIC SPACING (mm) TENSION & SHEAR (Scr.98 1. Read off the reduction factor where the two lines intersect (interpolate as required).V) SIZE M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M30 12.95 0.82 0.co.62 0.uk OR rawltech@rawlplug.uk 49 .60 0.84 1.90 1. fck.4 6.92 0.56 0.73 0.80 0.61 0.00 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 130 150 170 190 210 240 280 0.6 80 90 110 130 150 190 240 100 130 150 170 190 240 280 100 130 150 170 210 240 280 For further explanations on calculations please see pages 10 and 11 Performance is based on single capsule embedment.77 1.4 29. The full characteristic edge and spacing distances shown in the table above are the minimum allowable for the quoted DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.00 0.86 0.83 1.1 34.00 0.5 66.83 0.58 0.50 0.50 0.66 0.3 19.90 0.4 39.9 12.2 5.84 0.83 0.91 0.85 0.2 51.3 34.80 0.cube = 30N/mm2 (C20/25) CHARACTERISTIC RESISTANCE (kN) TENSION (NRk) SHEAR (VRk) DESIGN RESISTANCE (Factored) (kN) TENSION (NRd) SHEAR (VRd) RECOMMENDED LOAD (Unfactored) (kN) TENSION (Nrec) SHEAR (Vrec) CHARACTERISTIC EDGE DISTANCE (mm) TENSION (Ccr.90 0.7 22.co.50 0.0 53.6 4. Choose the required bolt diameter across the top of the appropriate table and read down the left hand column until actual edge or spacing distance is found.00 0.4 47.

3. 2. and other solid masonry structures.CFS RV200 VINYLESTER STYRENE FREE RESIN FOR CONCRETE AND STONE Product Information TYPICAL APPLICATIONS e Curtain walling e Balustrading e Handrails e Canopies e Rebar DESCRIPTION RV200 is a high performance.35 > 35 40 mins 30 mins 18 mins 12 mins 6 mins 3 mins 1. Leave the anchor undisturbed until the resin has cured and then attach fixture.20 20 . styrene free vinylester resin that is suitable for use in concrete. 4. OF HOLES PER 300ML CARTRIDGE M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M20 DEEP M24 M24 DEEP M30 110 130 160 190 260 260 295 295 380 17 21 24 30 37 37 44 44 56 17 28 36 42 90 65 95 55 65 10 12 14 18 24 24 28 28 35 9 11 13 17 22 22 26 26 33 80 90 110 125 145 180 180 210 280 11 22 38 95 150 150 200 200 320 STUDS-08110 STUDS-10130 STUDS-12160 STUDS-16190 STUDS-20260 STUDS-20260 STUDS-24295 STUDS-24295 STUDS-30380 BASE MATERIAL TEMPERATURE (°C) STUDS-08110-A4 STUDS-10130-A4 STUDS-12160-A4 STUDS-16190-A4 STUDS-20260-A4 STUDS-20260-A4 STUDS-24295-A4 STUDS-24295-A4 - 66 48 33 22 6 5 5 4 2 The specification of longer studs will allow greater fixture thicknesses than shown for the standard studs quoted. We recommend that for embedment above 500 mm and 20 mm in diameter a power operated resin gun should be used. Dispense to waste until an even colour. Insert foil into CFS gun and attach nozzle. Fax: +44 (0) 1530 812 862 . Then insert nozzle and then pump into hole. 50 Technical Advisory Service Tel: +44 (0) 1530 812 857.0 0-5 5 . Minimum embedment should be observed. No. WORKING TIME CURING TIME -5 . Clean the hole using brush and air three times. Please contact the Rawl Technical Advisory Service for further advice.5 mins 6 hours 3 hours 2 hours 1 hour 20 mins 45 mins 25 mins 20 mins Installation Solid Substrates 1.30 30 . Insert stud or socket with a twisting action. Drill hole to correct diameter and depth for stud size being used.10 10 . This makes it ideal for applications where conventional expansion anchors present problems. SUITABLE FOR USE IN: Concrete Stone ETA PENDING 2007 Available from June 2007 RV200 Vinylester Styrene Free Resin 300 ml DESCRIPTION QUANTITY PRODUCT CODE CFS GUN 4 FOILS & 4 NOZZLES 12 FOILS & 12 NOZZLES 24 FOILS 4 Pack 12 Pack 24 Pack CFS-RV200-4 CFS-RV200-12 CFS-RV200-24 DESCRIPTION PRODUCT CODE 300 ml CFS-GUN CFS NOZZLE QUANTITY PRODUCT CODE 4 Pack 24 Pack CFS-NOZ-4 CFS-NOZ-24 Stud Data STUD THREAD SIZE (mm) (d) STUD OVERALL LENGTH (mm) (l) WASHER DIAMETER (mm) (D w) MAXIMUM FIXTURE THICKNESS (mm) (Tfix) HOLE DIAMETER IN CONCRETE (mm) (do) HOLE STANDARD DIAMETER EMBEDMENT IN IN FIXTURE CONCRETE (mm) (mm) (df) (ho) RECOMMENDED TORQUE (Nm) (Tinst) CONCRETE STUD PRODUCT CODES ZINC PLATED NEW CODE STAINLESS STEEL GRADE 316 A4 NEW CODE APPROX.

6 39.6 9.9 42.0 0.79 0.1 85.80 0.2 54.1 37.94 1.8 210.82 1.67 0.8 66.6 58.92 0.8 Grade 8.80 0.8 60.8 210.80 0.8 Grade DESIGN RESISTANCE (Factored) (kN) TENSION (NRd) 5.0 0.CFS RV200 VINYLESTER STYRENE FREE RESIN FOR CONCRETE AND STONE Specification Data Performance Data CONCRETE.9 74.0 0.9 15.5 103.0 8.67 0.8 Grade SHEAR (VRd) 5.9 0.1 30.8 20.9 1.86 0.5 103.88 0.0 0.7 34.87 1.90 0.60 0.52 0.74 0.75 0.8 87.8 128.1 9.80 0.8 Grade SHEAR (Vrec) 5.94 0.0 0.6 10.6 54.3 34.94 1.65 0.89 1.88 0.70 1.3 38.0 0.1 85.65 0.8 Grade RECOMMENDED LOAD (Unfactored) (kN) TENSION (Nrec) 5.0 Reduction Factors – Edge and Spacing Distances The full characteristic edge and spacing distances shown in the table above are the minimum allowable for the quoted DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.86 0.0 53.53 0.0 0.4 24.97 1.8 Grade 8.6 76.1 122.0 0.3 28.9 145. the appropriate reduction factors must be applied.83 0.83 0.6 18. Choose the required bolt diameter across the top of the appropriate table and read down the left hand column until actual edge or spacing distance is found.83 0.81 0.65 1.89 0.9 145.7 22.96 1.53 0.9 12.1 30.6 55.58 0.cube = 30N/mm2 (C20/25) CHARACTERISTIC RESISTANCE (kN) SIZE TENSION (NRk) 5.3 51.74 0. depending on your design method.82 1.8 6.81 0.8 128.1 13.67 0.2 52.66 0.3 115.1 20.77 0.0 198.73 0.77 0.92 1.4 43.1 35.84 0.8 13.7 95.82 0.59 0.1 14.V) 135 165 190 235 255 255 315 315 440 CHARACTERISTIC SPACING (mm) TENSION & SHEAR (Scr) 120 135 165 190 235 255 280 315 440 SHEAR (VRk) 5.2 38.0 0.6 23.1 74.85 0.84 0.96 1.60 0.0 13.8 Grade 8.0 122.87 0.86 0.93 1.55 0.84 0.0 0.3 77.3 51.2 60.76 0.8 0.73 0.87 0.67 0.96 1.72 0. the appropriate reduction factor/s from the tables below must be applied to the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.0 0.89 1.8 Grade 8.8 Grade M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M20 DEEP M24 M24 DEEP M30 17.uk 51 .92 0.92 0.7 15.3 77.9 23.91 0. Multiply this factor by the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD quoted in the table.71 0.52 0.5 17.79 0.7 155.87 0.4 53.83 0.4 12.6 58.92 1.84 0. Edge Distance (Concrete Only) EDGE (mm) TENSILE : EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M20 DEEP M24 M24 M30 DEEP M8 SHEAR : EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M30 Spacing (Concrete Only) SPACING (mm) TENSILE & SHEAR REDUCTION FACTORS M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M20 M24 M24 M30 DEEP DEEP 80 90 100 110 120 125 135 165 190 210 235 255 280 315 380 440 0.87 1.86 0.95 0.8 Grade 8.6 12.8 Grade 8.67 0.0 0.53 0.0 0.N) 120 135 165 190 235 255 280 315 440 SHEAR (Ccr.uk OR rawltech@rawlplug.5 66.1 142.7 89.8 41.0 0.0 0.89 1.91 0.71 1.65 0.1 32.75 1.80 0.91 0.8 7.80 0.72 0. Read off the reduction factor where the two lines intersect (interpolate as required).1 24.5 36.2 65.0 48.97 1.1 18.58 0.8 95.73 0.7 9.7 34.64 0.2 27.8 Grade CHARACTERISTIC EDGE DISTANCE (mm) TENSION (Ccr.0 0.0 0.66 0.83 0.53 0.0 0.77 0.74 0.6 124.83 0.9 42.4 43.59 0.91 0.co.81 0.73 0.0 48.0 0.6 32.1 26.92 1.0 0.3 115.0 0.75 0.67 0.7 54.8 41. On the occasion that multiple close edge and/or spacing distances occur.81 0. Where these dimensions are not achievable.6 5.4 152.1 106.93 0.5 248.81 0.79 0. fck.1 87.94 0.90 0.86 0.6 55.72 0.5 36.3 19.90 0.97 1.0 0.0 0.co.87 0.8 14.90 0.98 1.83 0.89 0.0 Technical Advisory Service e-mail: rawlinfo@rawlplug.0 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 135 165 190 235 255 280 315 380 440 0.83 0.4 106.66 0.64 0.84 0.4 76.5 9.5 152.3 24.

BLOCK AND STONE Product Information DESCRIPTION RM50 is a high performance. 52 Technical Advisory Service Tel: +44 (0) 1530 812 857. Clean the hole using brush and air three times. 3. BASE MATERIAL TEMPERATURE (°C) WORKING TIME CURING TIME 30 20 10 5 3 mins 7 mins 22 mins 30 mins 25 mins 50 mins 1 hour 30 mins 3 hours 20 mins Installation Solid Substrates 1. Then insert nozzle and pump into hole. Leave the anchor undisturbed until the resin has cured and then attach fixture.CFS RM50 POLYESTER STYRENE FREE RESIN FOR CONCRETE. Then insert nozzle and pump to fill sleeve. For embedment above 500 mm and diameters above M20 please consult the Rawlplug Technical Advisory Service. The specification of longer studs will allow greater fixture thicknesses than shown for the standard studs quoted. 3. Minimum embedment should be observed. Dispense to waste until an even colour. SUITABLE FOR USE IN: Concrete Brickwork Blockwork Stone RM50 Polyester Styrene Free Resin 300 ml DESCRIPTION QUANTITY PRODUCT CODE CFS GUN 4 FOILS & 4 NOZZLES 12 FOILS & 12 NOZZLES 24 FOILS 4 Pack 12 Pack 24 Pack CFS-RM50-4 CFS-RM50-12 CFS-RM50-24 DESCRIPTION PRODUCT CODE 300 ml CFS-GUN CFS NOZZLE QUANTITY PRODUCT CODE 4 Pack 24 Pack CFS-NOZ-4 CFS-NOZ-24 Stud Data STUD THREAD SIZE (mm) (d) STUD OVERALL LENGTH (mm) (l) WASHER DIAMETER (mm) (D w) MAXIMUM FIXTURE THICKNESS (mm) (Tfix) HOLE DIAMETER IN CONCRETE (mm) (do) HOLE Standard DIAMETER embedment IN IN FIXTURE CONCRETE (mm) (mm) (df) (ho) RECOMMENDED TORQUE (Nm) (Tinst) CONCRETE BRICKWORK PRODUCT CODE STUD PRODUCT CODES ZINC PLATED NEW CODE STAINLESS STEEL GRADE 316 A4 PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE APPROX No. Dispense to waste until an even colour. styrene free resin that is suitable for use in concrete. Insert sleeve into hole. Insert stud or socket with a twisting action. Insert stud or socket with a twisting action. Drill hole to correct diameter and depth for stud size being used. 4. Installation Hollow Substrates & Substrates with Voids 1. 2. Leave the anchor undisturbed until the resin has cured and then attach fixture. Fax: +44 (0) 1530 812 862 . This makes it ideal for applications where conventional expansion anchors are not appropriate. BRICK. and other solid or hollow masonry structures. Insert foil into CFS gun and attach nozzle. OF HOLES PER 300ML CARTRIDGE M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M20 DEEP M24 M24 DEEP 110 130 160 190 260 260 295 295 17 21 24 30 37 37 44 44 17 28 36 42 90 55 85 55 10 12 14 18 24 24 28 28 9 11 13 17 22 22 26 26 80 90 110 125 145 180 180 210 11 22 38 95 150 150 200 200 2 6 11 24 - 60-708 60-710 60-712 60-716 60-720 60-720 60-724 60-724 STUDS-08110 STUDS-10130 STUDS-12160 STUDS-16190 STUDS-20260 STUDS-20260 STUDS-24295 STUDS-24295 60-906 60-911 60-916 60-921 60-926 60-926 60-931 60-931 STUDS-08110-A4 STUDS-10130-A4 STUDS-12160-A4 STUDS-16190-A4 STUDS-20260-A4 STUDS-20260-A4 STUDS-24295-A4 STUD-24295-A4 66 48 33 22 6 5 5 4 Note: For perforated brickwork and hollow block work a mesh sleeve must be inserted into the hole prior to the resin being pumped. Drill hole to correct diameter and depth for mesh sleeve being used. 2. 4. Insert foil into CFS gun and attach nozzle.

CFS RM50 POLYESTER STYRENE FREE RESIN FOR CONCRETE.6 20.5N/mm2 BLOCKWORK 7N/mm2 BLOCKWORK BLOCKWORK 3.5 112 MINIMUM REBAR DEPTH 107 121 200 225 250 275 300 350 400 450 648 937 1406 2037 EMBEDMENT DEPTH TO FAIL REBAR (mm) RECOMMENDED LOAD (Frec) (kN) 8 10 10 12 12 15 14 18 16 20 DEPTH (mm) 20 25 25 32 32 40 40 50 DEPTH (mm) 7. On the occasion that multiple close edge and/or spacing distances occur.7 45.80 0.9 360 137 214 249 268 1000 21.5N/mm2 2.0 52.2 38.6 50.86 0.5 9.9 1.8 32.6 22.9 21.2 54.90 0.00 0.8 44.9 34.N) (Scr.90 1.6 35.80 0. fck.00 0.9 41.92 1.7 58. (mm) 42.6 22.76 0.6 22.8 49.91 1.83 0. Where these dimensions are not achievable.86 0.50 0.9 34.3 87.0 5.3 500 91.3 84 91 98 550 14.8 44.co.64 0.97 1.9 9.97 1.00 0.6 58. blown and then brushed with a stiff nylon brush.6 40.2 420 137 214 323 349 1300 21.81 0.00 0.4 52.56 0.8 39.3 91 100 107 600 14. Multiply this factor by the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD quoted in the table.3 7.8N/mm2 SIZE M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M20 DEEP M24 M24 DEEP 11.5 25.3 440 91.2 49. then design principles contained within Eurocode 2 can be adopted instead of the design recommendations contained within this manual.2 49.50 0.92 1.86 0. Concrete Strength Class: C20/25 (25N/mm2 150mm Cylinder.61 0. Choose the required bolt diameter across the top of the appropriate table and read down the left hand column until actual edge or spacing distance is found.59 0.0 13.8 32.7 12.89 0. BRICK.8 66.1 8.3 45. Concrete reduction factors must NOT be applied.77 0.96 1.3 94.2 49.9 34.6 22. the appropriate reduction factor/s from the tables below must be applied to the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.00 Performance Data for Reinforcement Bars If you are bonding rebar into reinforced concrete.9 34.95 0.00 0.uk 53 .6 21.9 62.1 28.00 0.3 79.0 0.2 37.8 67.2 REBAR DEPTH 30.72 0.0 3.8 32.2 26.9 27.5 53.2 49.3 2.2 49.00 0.9 64.62 0.2 63.80 0.9 19.1 142 233 304 1700 14.1 137 149 161 900 14.00 0.1 142 199 215 1200 14.80 0.87 0.9 34.9 8.2 42.0 16.9 17.6 22.9 11.1 340 137 205 224 241 900 21.2 49.2 39.7 91.2 240 105 114 124 134 500 21.4 52.5 0.83 0.8 26.6 5.96 0.2 49.9 24.9 180 21.00 0.1 200 14. Read off the reduction factor where the two lines intersect (interpolate as required).8 56. Note: Performance based on clean holes.58 0.6 22.81 0.7 23.0 18.92 0.83 0.9 86.86 0.88 0.00 0.8 REBAR DEPTH 20.9 34.6 22.9 34.8 95.4 45.2 66.9 56.5 16.71 0.8 44.68 0.75 0.60 0.1 103 74.7 460 137 214 350 456 1700 21.4 0.6 22.1 0.4 18.7 MINIMUM 21.7 45.1 22.6 18.2 56.98 1.4 400 137 214 299 322 1200 21. HOLE DIA.2 30.7 300 91.1 142 166 179 1000 14.9 87.co.4 76.86 0.00 0.7 95.6 68.1 15.86 0.2 280 84.91 0.94 1.95 1.9 29.94 0.91 0.90 0.80 0.8 35.89 0.83 0.6 22.7 5.84 0. BLOCK AND STONE Specification Data Performance Data at Standard Embedment Depth CHARACTERISTIC RESISTANCE (kN) TENSION (NRk) SHEAR (VRk) CONCRETE.1 8. 30N/mm2 150mm Cube).7 14.98 1.3 74.87 0.84 0.3 34.8 42.9 34.9 13.95 0. of the reinforcing is known.2 80 100 120 140 160 21.3 16.1 24.83 0.5 80.56 0.9 52.6 55.4 31.5 20.N) SHEAR (Ccr.4 2.5 200 225 250 275 300 350 400 450 648 937 1406 2037 Technical Advisory Service e-mail: rawlinfo@rawlplug.9 42.84 0.9 42.97 1.5 66.1 66. Edge Distance (Concrete Only) EDGE (mm) TENSILE : EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M20 DEEP M24 M24 DEEP M8 SHEAR : EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 Spacing (Concrete Only) SPACING (mm) TENSILE & SHEAR REDUCTION FACTORS M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M20 DEEP M24 M24 DEEP 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 130 150 170 180 190 220 240 0.1 47.77 0.83 0.84 0.9 75.8 460 91.9 20.7 54.6 87.97 1.3 480 91.8 32.2 15.88 0.8 44.90 0.6 17.5 32. (mm) 8 10 10 12 12 15 14 18 16 20 DEPTH (mm) DESIGN RESISTANCE (F d) (kN) EMBEDMENT DEPTH TO FAIL REBAR (mm) 10.78 0.81 0.69 0. the appropriate reduction factors must be applied.9 34. Reinforcement Bar: Minimum Yield Strength fyk 460N/mm2.3 320 137 182 199 215 800 21.50 0.2 49.9 34.9 34.6 180 14.3 360 91. Reduction Factors – Edge and Spacing Distances The full characteristic edge and spacing distances shown in the table above are the minimum allowable for the quoted DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.90 0.1 31.2 11.5 67.2 49.9 17.4 53.5 MINIMUM 14.2 45.7 22.80 0.00 0.9 23.2 66.9 19.8 32.5 300 137 159 174 188 700 21.7 49.1 99.2 44.7 61.6 47.81 0.1 142 233 340 1900 14.70 0.93 1.4 60.9 4.8 32.cube = 30N/mm2 (C20/25) CHARACTERISTIC EDGE CHARACTERISTIC DESIGN RESISTANCE RECOMMENDED LOAD SPACING DISTANCE (Factored) (kN) (Unfactored) (kN) (mm) (mm) TENSION (NRd) SHEAR (VRd) TENSION (Nrec) SHEAR (Vrec) TENSION (Ccr.8 37.7 68.83 0.2 66.3 75.00 0.92 1.0 260 116 125 137 148 550 21.7 35.00 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 130 150 170 210 230 240 270 0. HOLE DIA.6 22.80 0. REBAR DIA.9 82.8 28.1 60.98 1.97 1.50 0.6 58.9 10.2 42. apply the published edge distance and spacing for concrete and assume these figures to be the absolute minimums.86 0.00 0.84 0.1 106 116 125 700 14.3 11.9 26.9 12.9 440 137 214 350 402 1500 21.9 38.66 0.6 22.92 0.8 420 91.8 29.6 22.6 52.0 53.6 3.00 0.8 32.4 480 137 214 350 510 1900 21.6 22.2 66.7 62.9 32.2 320 91.3 23.8 32.7 13.7 79.0 69.97 1.7 MINIMUM REBAR DEPTH 71.9 20.6 57.8 32.79 0.3 37.9 15.5 32.6 35.87 0.3 38.3 16.9 34.77 0.6 19.00 0.5 56.83 0.92 1.9 34.7 33. position etc.1 28.V) TENSION & SHEAR (Scr.1 142 182 197 1100 14.9 13. For further explanations on calculations please see pages 10 and 11.0 0.6 1.2 66.2 49.1 142 216 232 1300 14.6 22.6 21.8 280 126 137 149 161 600 21.8 26.7 340 91.4 29.82 0.1 240 70.00 0.8 30.1 41.3 45.4 78.6 18.85 0.6 76.3 30.8 44.78 0.9 35.95 1.9 79.7 380 91.94 1.9 83 89 500 14.0 28.80 0.7 80 90 110 130 150 180 190 220 100 130 150 170 190 190 240 240 100 130 150 170 210 230 240 270 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 1.2 66.3 49.6 380 137 214 274 295 1100 21.2 63.uk OR rawltech@rawlplug.1 142 233 364 2100 164 230 301 379 464 28.9 25.82 0.9 5.3 37.3 400 91.89 0.7 220 14.86 0.77 0.1 80 100 120 140 160 14.5 220 21.57 0.2 59.1 121 133 143 800 14.4 500 137 214 350 546 2100 164 230 301 379 464 20 25 25 32 32 40 40 50 DEPTH (mm) REBAR DIA.8 44.1 142 233 268 1500 14.2 66.8 32.7 260 77.V) SIZE RECOMMENDED LOAD (kN) (Unfactored) TENSION OR SHEAR (Frec) BRICKWORK 20.8 44. depending on your design method.2 49.90 0.9 15. where the size.80 0.00 0.7 9.8 32.8 41.7 84.8 32.6 22.9 34.7 200 21.9 23.93 0.00 0.9 71.7 0.9 SIZES ABOVE M16 ARE NOT RECOMMENDED SIZES ABOVE M12 ARE NOT RECOMMENDED When calculating loads in brickwork and blockwork.92 1.9 87.00 0.

Fax: +44 (0) 1530 812 862 . No. BASE MATERIAL TEMPERATURE (°C) WORKING TIME CURING TIME 30 25 15 5 4 7 15 30 mins mins mins mins 30 mins 1 hour 2 hours 3 hours Installation Solid Substrates 1. 2. Drill hole to correct diameter and depth for mesh sleeve being used. For embedment above 500 mm and diameters above M20 please consult the Rawlplug Technical Advisory Service. Insert foil into CFS gun and attach nozzle. SUITABLE FOR USE IN: Concrete Brickwork Blockwork Stone RP30 Polyester Resin 300 ml DESCRIPTION QUANTITY PRODUCT CODE CFS GUN 4 FOILS & 4 NOZZLES 12 FOILS & 12 NOZZLES 24 FOILS 4 Pack 12 Pack 24 Pack CFS-RP30-4 CFS-RP30-12 CFS-RP30-24 DESCRIPTION PRODUCT CODE 300 ml CFS-GUN CFS NOZZLE QUANTITY PRODUCT CODE 4 Pack 24 Pack CFS-NOZ-4 CFS-NOZ-24 Stud Data STUD THREAD SIZE (mm) (d) STUD OVERALL LENGTH (mm) (l) WASHER DIAMETER (mm) (D w) MAXIMUM FIXTURE THICKNESS (mm) (Tfix) RECOMMENDED HOLE STANDARD TORQUE HOLE DIAMETER EMBEDMENT (Nm) DIAMETER IN IN (Tinst) IN FIXTURE CONCRETE CONCRETE (mm) (mm) (mm) (df) CONCRETE BRICKWORK (do) (ho) STUD PRODUCT CODES ZINC PLATED PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE STAINLESS STEEL GRADE 316 A4 PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE APPROX. Insert stud or socket with a twisting action. OF HOLES PER 300ML CARTRIDGE M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 110 130 160 190 260 295 17 21 24 30 37 44 17 28 36 42 90 85 10 12 14 18 24 28 9 11 13 17 22 26 80 90 110 125 145 180 3 9 17 36 53 60 2 6 11 24 60-708 60-710 60-712 60-716 60-720 60-724 STUDS-08110 STUDS-10130 STUDS-12160 STUDS-16190 STUDS-20260 STUDS-24295 60-906 60-911 60-916 60-921 60-926 60-931 STUDS-08110-A4 STUDS-10130-A4 STUDS-12160-A4 STUDS-16190-A4 STUDS-20260-A4 STUDS-24295-A4 66 48 33 22 6 5 Note: For perforated brickwork and hollow block work a mesh sleeve must be inserted into the hole prior to the resin being pumped. 54 Technical Advisory Service Tel: +44 (0) 1530 812 857. for solid and hollow structures having a relatively short cure time. 3. Then insert nozzle and pump to fill sleeve. BRICK. Leave the anchor undisturbed until the resin has cured and then attach fixture. Insert foil into CFS gun and attach nozzle. 4. Clean the hole using brush and air three times. BLOCK AND STONE Product Information DESCRIPTION RP30 is general purpose resin. Studs over 16mm diameter are not recommended in brickwork. Minimum embedment should be observed. Drill hole to correct diameter and depth for stud size being used. Leave the anchor undisturbed until the resin has cured and then attach fixture. Then insert nozzle and pump into hole. 3. 4. Insert sleeve into hole. Dispense to waste until an even colour. Insert stud or socket with a twisting action. Dispense to waste until an even colour. Installation Hollow Substrates & Substrates with Voids 1. 2. The specification of longer studs will allow greater fixture thicknesses than shown for the standard studs quoted.CFS RP30 POLYESTER RESIN FOR CONCRETE.

9 34.8 78.4 27.3 24.1 6.83 0.8 44.7 14.4 480 137 214 350 497 2000 21.00 M10 0.4 25.4 22.7 260 108 117 127 137 550 21.7 77 83 500 14.6 22.1 39.9 87.8 32.2 66. Reduction Factors – Edge and Spacing Distances The full characteristic edge and spacing distances shown in the table above are the minimum allowable for the quoted DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.2 42. the appropriate reduction factors must be applied.3 420 91.8 32.6 42.1 113 123 132 800 14.87 0.6 380 91. position etc.56 0.0 0.00 M12 0.5 63.95 1.89 1.4 52.0 12.7 60 70 80 90 110 130 80 90 110 130 150 170 80 90 110 130 150 170 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 1.2 49.0 5.1 31. Concrete reduction factors must NOT be applied.00 Performance Data for Reinforcement Bars If you are bonding rebar into reinforced concrete.3 80.1 141 154 166 1000 14.8 36.N) (Ccr.9 35.8 70.72 0.00 0.94 1.00 0.6 22.91 1. When calculating loads in brickwork and blockwork.6 49.9 42.1 99 108 116 700 14.7 0.1 25.0 13.7 22.6 33.6 18.0 7.9 15.4 440 137 214 350 397 1600 21.60 0.2 59.85 0.5 35.62 0.2 54.3 9.1 127 139 149 900 14.6 20.00 0.9 460 137 214 350 447 1800 21.5 REBAR DEPTH 18.7 17. Note: Performance based on clean holes. Multiply this factor by the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD quoted in the table.6 46.2 66.73 0.3 34.7 80 100 120 140 160 14.3 25.cube = 30N/mm2 (C20/25) RECOMMENDED CHARACTERISTIC EDGE DESIGN RESISTANCE LOAD (Unfactored) DISTANCE (Factored) (kN) (kN) (mm) TENSION SHEAR TENSION SHEAR TENSION SHEAR (NRd) (VRd) (Nrec) (Vrec) (Ccr.2 45.2 66.9 34.4 19.5 66.2 49.5 22.7 4.6 53.3 106 116 124 500 21.4 400 137 214 277 298 1200 21.84 1.75 0.9 460 91.95 1.6 39.V) SIZE M8 RECOMMENDED LOAD (kN) (Unfactored) TENSION OR SHEAR (Frec) BRICKWORK 20.2 200 21.8 44.5 320 91. (mm) HOLE DIA. 30N/mm2 150mm Cube).8 32.1 0.2 49. (mm) HOLE DIA.2 56.62 0.93 1.0 26.00 M10 0.00 M16 M20 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 130 150 170 0.6 74.9 SIZES ABOVE M16 ARE NOT RECOMMENDED SIZES ABOVE M12 ARE NOT RECOMMENDED For further explanations on calculations please see pages 10 and 11.co.3 38.co.7 85 92 99 600 14.5N/mm2 BLOCKWORK 2.87 1.2 38. BRICK.85 0.1 59.9 280 78.3 19.2 84.2 39.1 142 216 232 1400 14.8 32.9 420 137 214 323 348 1400 21.6 69.9 92.1 142 185 199 1200 14.3 11.9 52.9 1. Where these dimensions are not achievable.87 0.8 45.9 11.2 54.89 0.9 34.5 30.90 0.00 M16 M20 M24 SPACING (mm) TENSILE & SHEAR REDUCTION FACTORS M10 0. where the size.7 9.7 18.9 340 91.89 0.7 6.7 21.6 56.9 34.5 32.6 22.4 28.3 44.2 66.00 0.1 142 233 364 2200 176 246 323 407 497 694 1007 1514 2200 26.96 1. depending on your design method.6 14. BLOCK AND STONE Specification Data Performance Data at Standard Embedment Depth CHARACTERISTIC RESISTANCE (kN) TENSION (NRk) SHEAR (VRk) CONCRETE.4 76.00 M16 M20 M24 0.91 0.8 26. then design principles contained within Eurocode 2 can be adopted instead of the design recommendations contained within this manual.7 88. apply the published edge distance and spacing for concrete and assume these figures to be the absolute minimums.78 0.5 59.0 12.2 29.5 56.9 73.6 MINIMUM REBAR DEPTH 16 20 28.6 22.5 25 32 53.6 2.6 58.3 MINIMUM REBAR DEPTH 66.8N/mm2 SIZE M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 9.5 200 14.5 70. fck.uk OR rawltech@rawlplug.2 49.7 DEPTH (mm) 80 100 120 140 160 180 21.64 0.6 22.9 77.7 220 21.95 1.3 320 137 148 162 174 700 21.9 17.7 46.9 16.3 21.0 58.6 22.8 41. DESIGN RESISTANCE (F d) (kN) EMBEDMENT DEPTH TO FAIL REBAR (mm) 8 10 10.1 13.3 112 DEPTH (mm) 200 225 250 275 300 350 400 450 REBAR DIA.8 28.3 63.9 23.93 0.3 92 100 108 650 14.9 33.1 240 65. Read off the reduction factor where the two lines intersect (interpolate as required).9 34.66 0. the appropriate reduction factor/s from the tables below must be applied to the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.9 27.4 0.3 39.5 20.5 66.9 34. Concrete Strength Class: C20/25 (25N/mm2 150mm Cylinder.2 66.6 16.4 14.8 30.3 500 91.0 59.6 22.80 0.8 32.9 380 137 212 321 248 1000 21.5 12.3 14.87 0.8 44.84 0.5 32.9 4. Edge Distance (Concrete Only) EDGE (mm) TENSILE : EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M8 SHEAR : EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS Spacing (Concrete Only) M24 M8 0.8 44.4 49.2 49.9 84.82 0.3 49.9 12.4 500 137 214 350 546 2200 176 246 323 407 497 694 1007 1514 2200 EMBEDMENT DEPTH TO FAIL REBAR (mm) 20 25 39.86 1.2 65.6 9.0 3.8 43. of the reinforcing is known.00 0.4 14 18 23.3 45.2 49.1 142 233 265 1600 14.7 32. RECOMMENDED LOAD (Frec) (kN) 8 10 10 12 12 15 14 18 16 20 DEPTH (mm) 20 25 25 32 32 40 40 50 DEPTH (mm) 6. Choose the required bolt diameter across the top of the appropriate table and read down the left hand column until actual edge or spacing distance is found.V) CHARACTERISTIC SPACING (mm) TENSION & SHEAR (Scr.uk 55 .9 46.2 240 98.3 360 137 191 208 224 900 21.2 63.85 0.9 4.9 34.95 1.3 24.0 35.5N/mm2 BLOCKWORK 7N/mm2 BLOCKWORK 3.60 0.2 15.54 0.82 0.6 51.0 0.8 32.89 0.3 2.4 26.6 22.5 200 225 250 275 300 350 400 450 Technical Advisory Service e-mail: rawlinfo@rawlplug.3 MINIMUM 13.3 480 91.00 0.4 69.85 0.9 9.84 0.91 1.9 34.9 400 91.77 0.3 17.6 20.9 34.7 42.66 0.95 1.0 12 15 18. REBAR DIA.73 0.2 74.7 44.5 42.5 16.9 30.6 22.9 61.2 53.3 29.6 22.8 340 137 170 185 199 800 21.8 37.9 10.90 1.3 5.8 44.6 22.00 0.89 0. On the occasion that multiple close edge and/or spacing distances occur.5 36.9 34.9 34.6 1.0 68.6 22.6 22.8 95.80 0.2 62.2 360 91.66 0.5 52.9 34.9 21.7 8.8 95.6 22. Reinforcement Bar: Minimum Yield Strength fyk 460N/mm2.5 42.95 1.5 32.9 16.1 37.89 0.3 28.82 0.8 300 128 138 150 161 650 21.88 0.8 30.7 49.1 24.8 39.00 M12 0.N) (Scr.2 49.2 300 85.8 32.6 18.2 14.7 56.8 52.7 19.1 49.00 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 130 150 170 M8 0.3 24.1 78 85 91 550 14.4 104 32 40 MINIMUM REBAR DEPTH 40 50 99.50 0.9 10 12 13.5 0.8 32.92 1.4 2.5 30.69 0.3 21.85 0.2 49.1 142 233 331 2000 14.5 260 72.00 M12 0.86 1.2 49.1 142 233 298 1800 14.8 32.CFS RP30 POLYESTER RESIN FOR CONCRETE.91 0.0 53.8 220 14.6 440 91.00 0.3 280 118 127 139 149 600 21.9 42.9 80.2 48.0 61.3 38.4 36.9 35.1 180 14. blown and then brushed with a stiff nylon brush.8 32.9 34.5 9.

Please contact the Rawl Technical Advisory Service for further advice. a power operated resin gun should be used. 4. Product has low shrinkage. Solvent free. Can be used in damp conditions. Drill hole to correct diameter and depth for stud size being used. Leave the anchor undisturbed until the resin has cured and then attach fixture. 3. The epoxy resin is odourless and solvent free. High performance especially rebar/starter bar applications. Insert stud or socket with a twisting action. Fax: +44 (0) 1530 812 862 . OF HOLES PER 400ML CARTRIDGE M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M30 110 130 160 190 260 295 380 17 21 24 30 37 44 56 17 28 36 42 65 55 65 10 12 14 18 24 28 35 9 11 13 17 22 26 33 80 90 110 125 170 210 280 11 22 38 95 150 200 320 60-708 60-710 60-712 60-716 60-720 60-724 — STUDS-08110 STUDS-10130 STUDS-12160 STUDS-16190 STUDS-20260 STUDS-24295 STUDS-30380 60-906 60-911 60-916 60-921 60-926 60-931 — STUDS-08110-A4 STUDS-10130-A4 STUDS-12160-A4 STUDS-16190-A4 STUDS-20260-A4 STUDS-24295-A4 — 88 64 44 29 8 5 2 The specification of longer studs will allow greater fixture thicknesses than shown for the standard studs quoted. NOT SUITABLE FOR OVERHEAD APPLICATIONS FEATURES 1. 3. 2. Dispense to waste until an even colour and then pump into hole. Suitable for variable embedment. 4. Clean the hole using brush and air three times. NB. Insert cartridge into cartridge gun and attach nozzle. Suitable for greater than standard embedment for enhanced performance. and is ideal for anchoring threaded rod and internally threaded sockets. We recommend that for embedment above 500mm and 20mm in diameter. 2. Installation INSTALLATION Solid substrates 1. Curing Times BASE MATERIAL TEMPERATURE (°C) WORKING TIME CURING TIME 25 20 15 5 12 mins 25 mins 75 mins 120 mins 5 hours 9 hours 20 hours 35 hours Cartridge & Stud Data STUD STUD OVERALL THREAD LENGTH SIZE (mm) (mm) (l) (d) WASHER DIAMETER (mm) (D w) MAXIMUM HOLE HOLE STANDARD FIXTURE DIAMETER IN DIAMETER IN EMBEDMENT THICKNESS CONCRETE FIXTURE IN CONCRETE (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (Tfix) (do) (df) (ho) RECOMMENDED TORQUE (Nm) (Tinst) STAINLESS STEEL GRADE 303 A2 ZINC PLATED PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE STAINLESS STEEL GRADE 316 A4 PRODUCT NEW CODE CODE APPROX No. SUITABLE FOR USE IN: Concrete. 5. 56 Technical Advisory Service Tel: +44 (0) 1530 812 857.R-KEX® RAWL CARTRIDGE FOR CONCRETE Product Information 60-170 R-KEX-400 (400ml) DESCRIPTION R-KEX is a high performance two component epoxy resin system. Minimum embedment should be observed.

1 142 233 350 1600 14. of the reinforcing is known.8 Grade 8.4 360 137 214 302 328 1000 21.83 0.2 30.2 49.6 22.80 0.9 34.2 47.8 52.1 122.88 0.3 19.6 22.9 34.00 0.00 0.9 42.78 0.6 22.8 54.56 0.00 0.78 0.83 0.2 66. 30N/mm2 150mm Cube).9 42. Concrete Strength Class: C20/25 (25N/mm2 150mm Cylinder.8 15.6 82.89 0.0 67.6 58.68 0.8 Grade CHARACTERISTIC EDGE DISTANCE CHARACTERISTIC SPACING (mm) TENSION (Ccr. the appropriate reduction factors must be applied.8 32.4 460 137 214 350 492 1500 21.5 75.8 32.2 59.6 48.2 54.2 60.3 300 91. position etc.5 63.2 49.8 36.74 0.89 1.4 500 137 214 350 546 1700 137 191 251 316 386 540 777 1158 1667 EMBEDMENT DEPTH TO FAIL RE-BAR (mm)) 20 25 25 32 32 40 40 50 DEPTH (mm) REBAR DIA (mm) HOLE DIA.5 248.9 REBAR DEPTH 36.8 Grade SHEAR (Vrec) 5.2 80 100 120 140 160 21.6 22.8 Grade 8.9 15.50 0.6 58.8 44.7 11.6 22.6 58.1 142 233 364 1700 137 191 251 316 386 20 25 25 32 32 40 40 50 DEPTH (mm) 33.2 63.7 39.9 300 137 192 212 230 700 21.65 0.6 59.2 49.4 440 137 214 350 459 1400 21.95 1.0 8.85 1.89 0.9 14.93 1.9 340 137 214 272 295 900 21.4 320 137 214 242 262 800 21.96 1.92 1.5 33.00 0.2 52.1 46.7 15.9 34.00 0.2 280 91.7 22.7 15.0 33.75 0.1 35.2 21.83 0.5 42.8 31.2 69.0 37.1 46.8 26.4 110.6 22.7 12.83 0.2 66.5 67.4 24.3 34.50 0.5 49.00 0.00 Performance Data for Reinforcement Bars If you are bonding rebar into reinforced concrete.1 24.1 106.59 0.91 0.2 66.83 0.1 142 233 306 1400 14.86 1.0 5.88 1. Multiply this factor by the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD quoted in the table.2 49.4 152.00 0.8 Grade SHEAR (VRd) 5.94 1.1 28.00 0.86 0.5 25. depending on your design method.91 0.8 5.9 87.00 0.8 44.00 0.5 75.8 44.2 66.93 1.9 81.1 142 233 284 1300 14.3 45.8 Grade SHEAR (VRk) 5.9 34.3 500 91.3 400 91.9 28.9 32.3 41.2 43.6 22.80 0.6 51.6 8.9 36.8 39.82 0.2 49. (mm) HOLE DIA.75 0.86 0.cube = 30N/mm2 (C20/25) CHARACTERISTIC RESISTANCE (kN) TENSION (NRk) 5. REBAR DIA.50 0. DESIGN RESISTANCE (F d) (kN) EMBEDMENT DEPTH TO FAIL RE-BAR (mm) 8 10 10 12 12 15 14 18 16 20 DEPTH (mm) 12.8 Grade 8.1 110 121 131 600 14.0 53.00 0.2 66.8 260 137 151 166 180 550 21.87 0.8 44.83 0.8 Grade DESIGN RESISTANCE (Factored) (kN) TENSION (NRd) 5.6 18.8 44.9 63.81 0.8 Grade 8.8 Grade 8.1 101 111 120 550 14.4 98.6 22. On the occasion that multiple close edge and/or spacing distances occur.2 200 21.9 34.5 96.75 0.9 34.0 8.8 95.8 Grade RECOMMENDED LOAD (Unfactored) (kN) TENSION (Nrec) 5.8 220 21.6 22.9 34.1 10.4 11.87 0.6 22. Note: Performance based on clean holes.71 0.1 37.8 87.7 MINIMUM REBAR DEPTH 87.3 91.50 0.3 52.7 31.84 0.7 26.6 54.58 0.86 0.9 87.9 88.9 12.83 0.9 87.4 70.0 23.3 460 91.9 72.7 MINIMUM 14.3 480 91.2 49.6 58.65 0.5 10.6 22.77 0.9 34.8 18.2 55.8 32.8 32.uk 57 . Where these dimensions are not achievable.96 1.00 0.76 0.1 142 181 197 900 14.57 0.1 20.2 49.00 60 70 80 90 100 110 130 150 170 190 220 260 300 340 0.0 380 137 214 332 361 1100 21.7 180 21. blown and then brushed with a stiff nylon brush.6 REBAR DEPTH 24.3 16.6 57.1 194.86 0.9 34.9 45.8 13.5 23.8 32.87 0.6 22.2 66.3 82.80 0. where the size.5 128.3 280 137 165 181 197 600 21.95 1.1 80 100 120 140 160 14.8 32.1 36.7 37.90 0.82 0. the appropriate reduction factor/s from the tables (next page) must be applied to the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.66 0.5 12.6 22.3 320 91.8 44.97 1.5 80.6 101 109 500 14.8 32.7 89.co.7 88.50 0.0 13.3 360 91.8 32.1 178.1 85.97 1.9 17.2 18.97 1.9 87.2 65.6 12. Read off the reduction factor where the two lines intersect (interpolate as required).2 110 124 90.3 200 225 250 275 300 350 400 450 540 777 1158 1667 Technical Advisory Service e-mail: rawlinfo@rawlplug.94 1.6 31.6 MINIMUM 21.80 0.93 0.00 0.0 58.2 66.6 21.69 0.9 22.90 0.8 32.9 51.5 90.N) (Scr.64 0.6 58.2 35.2 49.2 7.1 128 141 153 700 14.V) TENSION & SHEAR (Scr.8 26.2 49.8 7.2 66.88 0.5 25.9 76.50 0.1 73.0 9.80 0. Reinforcement Bar: Minimum Yield Strength fyk 460N/mm2.8 28.4 29.85 0.3 22.8 32.80 0.9 86.4 55.87 0.0 64.3 38.2 66.9 34.9 34.6 19.00 0.5 66.3 50.1 142 222 240 1100 14.2 71.95 1.4 21.57 0.0 100 130 150 170 220 260 340 130 150 170 190 220 260 340 130 150 170 190 220 260 340 For further explanations on calculations please see pages 10 and 11 Reduction Factors – Edge and Spacing Distances The full characteristic edge and spacing distances shown in the table above are the minimum allowable for the quoted DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.8 14.3 440 91.1 180 14.uk OR rawltech@rawlplug.2 66.52 0.9 34. Edge Distance (Concrete Only) EDGE (mm) TENSILE : EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M30 M8 SHEAR : EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M30 Spacing (Concrete Only) SPACING (mm) TENSILE & SHEAR REDUCTION FACTORS M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M30 60 70 80 90 100 110 130 150 170 190 220 260 300 340 0.8 44.2 49.8 16.9 34.96 1.7 34.76 0.6 22.76 0.3 420 91.4 27.2 240 84.00 0.92 1.00 0.5 27.8 50.8 20.V) SIZE M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M30 15.co. Choose the required bolt diameter across the top of the appropriate table and read down the left hand column until actual edge or spacing distance is found.73 0.2 42.68 0.3 45.8 42.7 18.83 0.6 124.3 28.81 0.6 22.0 50.81 0.8 32.89 0.1 142 233 262 1200 14.58 0.00 0.N) SHEAR (Ccr.8 44. 50.9 17.5 63.3 340 91.9 34.4 480 137 214 350 525 1600 21.87 0.4 76.94 1.2 49.7 155.2 49.9 21.8 44.81 0.1 142 161 175 800 14.80 0.3 380 91.8 Grade 8.2 49.85 0.3 38.5 45.3 19.4 400 137 214 350 393 1200 21.5 60.6 22.3 33.92 0.9 34.92 0.9 36.1 100.2 136.8 29.6 11.77 0.2 39.1 40.56 0. fck.5 101 114 68.2 63.79 0.00 0.6 51.1 200 14.7 26.94 1.1 142 201 219 1000 14.8 44.2 260 91.85 0.7 9.3 240 126 137 151 164 500 21.5 63.9 34.8 32.6 58.7 75.3 33.9 87.1 142 233 328 1500 14.80 0.90 0.8 32.77 0.0 198.1 142.0 19.6 56. then design principles contained within Eurocode 2 can be adopted instead of the design recommendations contained within this manual.6 106 121 136 MINIMUM REBAR DEPTH 131 148 200 225 250 275 300 350 400 450 RECOMMENDED LOAD (Frec) (kN) 8 10 10 12 12 15 14 18 16 20 DEPTH (mm) 8.R-KEX® RAWL CARTRIDGE FOR CONCRETE Specification Data Performance Data at Standard Embedment Depth CONCRETE.4 420 137 214 350 426 1300 21.62 0.2 220 14.9 73.00 0.9 87.

OF HOLES PER 380ML CARTRIDGE M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 110 130 160 190 260 295 17 21 24 30 37 44 17 28 36 42 90 85 10 12 14 18 24 28 9 11 13 17 22 26 80 90 110 125 145 180 11 22 38 95 150 200 60-708 60-710 60-712 60-716 60-720 60-724 STUDS-08110 STUDS-10130 STUDS-12160 STUDS-16190 STUDS-20260 STUDS-24295 60-906 60-911 60-916 60-921 60-926 60-931 STUDS-08110-A4 STUDS-10130-A4 STUDS-12160-A4 STUDS-16190-A4 STUDS-20260-A4 STUDS-24295-A4 84 61 42 28 7 6 The specification of longer studs will allow greater fixture thicknesses than shown for the standard studs quoted. Leave the anchor undisturbed until the resin has cured and then attach fixture. 2. Ideal for close edge and spacing applications. Suitable for greater than standard embedment for enhanced performance. Curing Times BASE MATERIAL TEMPERATURE (°C) WORKING TIME CURING TIME 30 25 15 5 3 5 10 20 mins mins mins mins 20 mins 30 mins 1 hour 2 hours Cartridge & Stud Data STUD THREAD SIZE (mm) (d) STUD OVERALL LENGTH (mm) (l) WASHER DIAMETER (mm) (Dw) MAXIMUM FIXTURE THICKNESS (mm) (Tfix) STUD PRODUCT CODES HOLE HOLE STANDARD RECOMMENDED DIAMETER DIAMETER EMBEDMENT STAINLESS STEEL GRADE TORQUE ZINC PLATED IN CONCRETE IN FIXTURE IN CONCRETE 316 A4 (Nm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (Tinst) PRODUCT PRODUCT (do) (df) (ho) NEW CODE NEW CODE CODE CODE APPROX No. Insert stud or socket with a twisting action. 3. Drill hole to correct diameter and depth for stud size being used. as well as giving high loads in concrete. Insert cartridge into cartridge gun and attach nozzle. Installation INSTALLATION Solid substrates 1. Clean the hole using brush and air three times. Easy to extrude. Please contact the Rawl Technical Advisory Service for further advice. Minimum embedment should be observed. 58 Technical Advisory Service Tel: +44 (0) 1530 812 857. Short working and curing times. 3. 4. Fax: +44 (0) 1530 812 862 . a power operated resin gun should be used. 2. NOT SUITABLE FOR OVERHEAD APPLICATIONS FEATURES 1. SUITABLE FOR USE IN: Concrete. Dispense to waste until an even colour and then pump into hole. We recommend that for embedment above 500mm and 20mm in diameter. which offers protection in damp and corrosive applications.R-KEA® RAWL CARTRIDGE FOR CONCRETE Product Information 60-852 R-KEA-380 (380ml) DESCRIPTION R-KEA is specially formulated Epoxy Acrylate/ Vinyl Ester resin. NB.

8 45.77 0.1 5.0 20.2 49. REBAR DIA.6 20. Choose the required bolt diameter across the top of the appropriate table and read down the left hand column until actual edge or spacing distance is found.9 12.3 9.9 34.9 24.6 53.6 40. fck.co.6 22.1 24.1 114 124 134 700 14. of the reinforcing is known.7 9.7 80 90 110 130 150 190 100 130 150 170 190 240 100 130 150 170 210 240 For further explanations on calculations please see pages 10 and 11 Reduction Factors – Edge and Spacing Distances The full characteristic edge and spacing distances shown in the table above are the minimum allowable for the quoted DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.9 87.2 49.6 48.91 0.1 142 213 230 1200 14.6 22.9 15.1 48.4 89 98 106 550 14.9 73.86 0. blown and then brushed with a stiff nylon brush.3 360 91.00 0.4 360 137 214 267 288 1000 21.00 0.94 1.4 78.6 22.5 59.92 0.9 87.7 48.9 52.64 0.9 34. depending on your design method.2 66.8 67.83 0.00 0.4 44.3 260 124 134 147 159 550 21.6 24.0 50.6 50.60 0.1 19.00 0.8 86.1 20.3 460 91.3 62.71 0.9 28.2 49.80 0.2 49.2 66.3 38.4 420 137 214 347 375 1300 21.7 9.6 22.6 45.4 480 137 214 350 519 1800 21.59 0.79 0.84 0.4 19.91 1.9 34.97 1.7 37.1 22.2 66. Where these dimensions are not achievable.9 84.4 26.83 0.8 25.2 220 21.2 49.8 32.50 0. RECOMMENDED LOAD (Frec) (kN) 8 10 10 12 12 15 14 18 16 20 DEPTH (mm) 20 25 25 32 32 40 40 50 DEPTH (mm) 7.80 0.V) M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 14.2 23.95 1.9 72.92 1.8 200 14. the appropriate reduction factor/s from the tables below must be applied to the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.6 21.50 0.9 34.9 97 107 115 600 14.0 33.97 1.6 19.8 44.2 300 91.6 29.4 460 137 214 350 461 1600 21.9 34. Multiply this factor by the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD quoted in the table.6 16.9 30. Note: Performance based on clean holes.8 44.6 58.84 0.6 58.2 97.3 440 91.9 13.88 0.68 0.80 0.94 0.co.50 0.00 0.2 45.0 73.9 320 91.5 MINIMUM 14.00 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 130 150 170 190 210 240 0.00 0.2 63.50 0.1 142 233 346 1800 14. (mm) HOLE DIA.4 27.8 32.5 80 100 120 140 160 14.94 1.uk 59 .2 60.3 48. 30N/mm2 150mm Cube).5 27.83 0.2 61.9 31.8 32. position etc.8 34.4 76.6 56.4 30.8 42.2 41.3 420 91. On the occasion that multiple close edge and/or spacing distances occur.8 32.3 10.88 0.96 1.6 340 91.7 89.77 0.6 9.9 25.1 37.5 6.9 52.6 22.6 40.9 67.6 58.57 0.6 58.6 22.4 25.83 0.9 260 82.8 30.8 44. where the size.1 142 195 211 1100 14.00 0.2 240 74.7 67.2 180 21.5 41.6 12.2 49.6 400 91.3 480 91.82 0.86 0.0 85.92 1.6 48.62 0.6 56.3 107 120 MINIMUM REBAR DEPTH 115 130 200 225 250 275 300 350 400 450 Concrete Strength Class: C20/25 (25N/mm2 150mm Cylinder.75 0.2 44.00 0.2 66.93 0.9 380 91. the appropriate reduction factors must be applied.3 240 112 122 133 144 500 21.1 142 233 307 1600 14.9 30.R-KEA® RAWL CARTRIDGE FOR CONCRETE Specification Data Performance Data at Standard Embedment Depth CONCRETE.8 44.8 44.97 1.6 22.1 180 14. Read off the reduction factor where the two lines intersect (interpolate as required).4 400 137 214 320 346 1200 21.86 0.9 34.9 22.9 34.85 0. then design principles contained within Eurocode 2 can be adopted instead of the design recommendations contained within this manual.2 66.2 49.3 34.80 0.6 22.2 66.2 49.80 0.1 80.3 280 135 146 160 173 600 21.1 32.00 Performance Data for Reinforcement Bars If you are bonding rebar into reinforced concrete.4 13.9 19.87 0.1 REBAR DEPTH 32.84 0.9 34.95 1.0 MINIMUM REBAR DEPTH 76.2 49.00 0.9 36.5 40.86 0.2 71. (mm) HOLE DIA.6 22.9 34.9 67.8 44.9 34.8 32.2 7.7 6.00 0.1 REBAR DEPTH 21.1 142 231 250 1300 14.8 32.6 22.6 44.95 1.72 0.77 0.2 64.5 220 14.80 0.9 34.00 0.9 16.4 380 137 214 293 317 1100 21.00 0.2 56.2 48.2 17.4 340 137 214 240 259 900 21.2 49.88 0.6 22.2 66.3 20.8 37.8 40.78 0.6 22.N) SHEAR (Ccr.00 0.1 81.4 60.7 56.5 66.8 4.95 1.4 500 137 214 350 546 2000 154 215 283 356 435 608 877 1312 1897 EMBEDMENT DEPTH TO FAIL REBAR (mm) 45.1 26.5 35.7 56.6 22.V) CHARACTERISTIC SPACING (mm) TENSION & SHEAR (Scr.61 0.8 95.0 93.6 12.3 33. Reinforcement Bar: Minimum Yield Strength fyk 460N/mm2.6 22.70 0.6 34.6 22.4 110 80.90 0.1 42.4 440 137 214 350 403 1400 21.8 32.2 28.3 MINIMUM 21.N) (Scr.90 1.9 34.92 1.2 80 100 120 140 160 21.2 38.4 14.98 1.90 0.3 500 91.58 0.9 81.86 0.66 0.9 18.9 8.69 0.81 0.8 32.9 15.81 0.8 64.2 49.9 34.3 320 137 195 213 231 800 21.5 11.3 22.4 200 225 250 275 300 350 400 450 608 877 1312 1897 Technical Advisory Service e-mail: rawlinfo@rawlplug.90 0.9 87.89 0.9 18.6 4.8 32.3 17.0 13.83 0.9 13.1 53.1 142 178 192 1000 14.9 34.5 280 89.92 0.7 14.uk OR rawltech@rawlplug.2 32.9 80.7 22.9 42.2 54.80 0.3 41.9 76.00 0.1 142 160 173 900 14.78 0.87 0.85 0.00 0.92 1.82 0.00 0.9 87.6 31. 11.8 32.1 142 233 269 1400 14.1 130 142 154 800 14.8 32. Edge Distance (Concrete Only) EDGE (mm) 50 TENSILE : EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M8 SHEAR : EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 Spacing (Concrete Only) SPACING (mm) TENSILE & SHEAR REDUCTION FACTORS M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 60 70 80 90 100 110 130 150 170 190 210 240 0.2 66.56 0.8 32.8 27.93 1.9 101 60.2 25.8 52.9 34.82 0.0 53.1 89 96 500 14.2 200 21.6 18.1 142 233 364 2000 154 215 283 356 435 30.91 0.9 68.56 0.84 0.8 37.3 300 137 170 187 202 700 21.cube = 30N/mm2 (C20/25) SIZE CHARACTERISTIC RESISTANCE (kN) TENSION (NRk) SHEAR (VRk) DESIGN RESISTANCE (Factored)(kN) TENSION (NRd) SHEAR (VRd) RECOMMENDED LOAD (Unfactored) (kN) TENSION (Nrec) SHEAR (VRec) CHARACTERISTIC EDGE DISTANCE (mm) TENSION (Ccr. DESIGN RESISTANCE (F d) (kN) EMBEDMENT DEPTH TO FAIL REBAR (mm) 8 10 10 12 12 15 14 18 16 20 DEPTH (mm) 20 25 25 32 32 40 40 50 DEPTH (mm) REBAR DIA.8 44.

Please contact the Rawl Technical Advisory Service for further advice. OF HOLES PER 300ML CARTRIDGE M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M20 DEEP M24 M24 DEEP 110 130 160 190 260 260 295 295 17 21 24 30 37 37 44 44 17 28 36 42 90 55 85 55 10 12 14 18 24 24 28 28 9 11 13 17 22 22 26 26 80 90 110 125 145 180 180 210 11 22 38 95 150 150 200 200 2 6 11 24 - 60-708 60-710 60-712 60-716 60-720 60-720 60-724 60-724 STUDS-08110 STUDS-10130 STUDS-12160 STUDS-16190 STUDS-20260 STUDS-20260 STUDS-24295 STUDS-24295 60-906 60-911 60-916 60-921 60-926 60-926 60-931 60-931 STUDS-08110-A4 STUDS-10130-A4 STUDS-12160-A4 STUDS-16190-A4 STUDS-20260-A4 STUDS-20260-A4 STUDS-24295-A4 STUDS-24295-A4 66 48 33 22 6 5 5 4 The specification of longer studs will allow greater fixture thicknesses than shown for the standard studs quoted. 3. 3. Leave the anchor undisturbed until the resin has set and then attach fixture. This makes it ideal for applications where conventional expansion anchors present problems. 4. 2. Dispense to waste until an even colour and then pump into hole. Insert sleeve into hole. Insert stud or socket with a twisting action. We recommend that for embedment above 500mm and 20mm in diameter a power operated resin gun should be used. INSTALLATION Hollow substrates & substrates with voids 1. Styrene free. Minimum embedment should be observed. Suitable for solid and hollow substrates. Note: For perforated brickwork and hollow block work a mesh sleeve must be inserted into the hole prior to the resin being pumped. Then insert nozzle and pump to fill sleeve. 3. Suitable for use in confined spaces Curing Times BASE MATERIAL TEMPERATURE (°C) WORKING TIME CURING TIME 30 20 10 5 3 mins 7 mins 22 mins 30 mins 25 mins 50 mins 1 hour 30 mins 3 hours 20 mins Cartridge & Stud Data STUD THREAD SIZE (mm) (d) STUD OVERALL LENGTH (mm) (l) WASHER DIAMETER (mm) (D w) MAXIMUM FIXTURE THICKNESS (mm) (Tfix) HOLE DIAMETER IN CONCRETE (mm) (do) RECOMMENDED HOLE STANDARD TORQUE DIAMETER EMBEDMENT (Nm) IN IN (Tinst) FIXTURE CONCRETE (mm) (mm) CONCRETE BRICKWORK (df) (ho) STUD PRODUCT CODES ZINC PLATED PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE STAINLESS STEEL GRADE 316 A4 PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE APPROX No. 4. Leave the anchor undisturbed until the resin has cured and then attach fixture. Insert stud or socket with a twisting action. Dispense to waste until even colour. Insert cartridge into cartridge gun and attach nozzle. R-KEM+ fits a standard mastic gun. 4. Drill hole to correct diameter and depth for stud size being used. BRICK. Insert cartridge into cartridge gun and attach nozzle. Drill hole to correct diameter and depth for mesh sleeve size being used. 2.R-KEM+® RAWL CARTRIDGE FOR CONCRETE. Suitable for overhead applications (with care). Clean the hole using brush and air three times. 5. BLOCK AND STONE Product Information 60-270 R-KEM-300 (300ml) DESCRIPTION R-KEM+ is a high performance. 2. Installation INSTALLATION Solid substrates 1. and other solid or hollow masonry structures. SUITABLE FOR USE IN: Concrete Brickwork Blockwork Stone FEATURES 1. styrene free system that is suitable for use in concrete. 60 Technical Advisory Service Tel: +44 (0) 1530 812 857. Fax: +44 (0) 1530 812 862 .

6 22.56 0.9 41.00 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 130 150 170 210 230 240 270 0.5 66.56 0.96 0.7 45.4 52.7 300 91.5 MINIMUM 14.3 87.98 1.2 49.9 9.2 37.9 360 137 214 249 268 1000 21.1 28.9 24.7 12.2 15.9 34.3 320 137 182 199 215 800 21.00 0.9 11.6 50.00 0.89 0.1 200 14. Edge Distance (Concrete Only) EDGE (mm) TENSILE : EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M20 DEEP M24 M24 DEEP M8 SHEAR : EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 Spacing (Concrete Only) SPACING (mm) TENSILE & SHEAR REDUCTION FACTORS M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M20 DEEP M24 M24 DEEP 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 130 150 170 180 190 220 240 0.95 1.4 76.8 28.5 9.90 0.co.77 0.86 0.9 20.80 0.2 38.V) TENSION & SHEAR (Scr.6 22.87 0.6 22.9 5.8 REBAR DEPTH 20.9 34.3 74.6 22.1 137 149 161 900 14.5 20.3 94.77 0.3 2.92 0.97 1.8 56.8 32.8 44.7 33.8 280 126 137 149 161 600 21.6 21.9 75.50 0.9 26.8 420 91.9 34.90 0.6 22. fck. where the size.8 32.0 0.uk 61 .00 0.6 19.V) SIZE M8 RECOMMENDED LOAD (kN) (Unfactored) TENSION OR SHEAR (Frec) BRICKWORK 20.9 180 21.91 1. When calculating loads in brickwork.2 42.5N/mm2 BLOCKWORK 2.8 32.76 0.N) (Scr.4 29.1 142 199 215 1200 14.83 0. Concrete Strength Class: C20/25 (25N/mm2 150mm Cylinder.72 0.7 MINIMUM 21.9 64.9 34.2 66.9 SIZES ABOVE M16 ARE NOT RECOMMENDED SIZES ABOVE M12 ARE NOT RECOMMENDED For further explanations on calculations please see pages 10 and 11.6 22.2 26. of the reinforcing is known. HOLE DIA. REBAR DIA.6 52.97 1.8 32.1 41.2 45.94 0.6 58.77 0.2 49.2 39.2 49.9 87.50 0.2 80 100 120 140 160 21.9 19.3 480 91.3 440 91.00 0.8 44.78 0.2 66.66 0.86 0.00 0.70 0.2 320 91.3 45.9 1.92 1.N) SHEAR (Ccr.91 0.9 8.9 34. apply the published edge distance and spacing for concrete and assume these figures to be the absolute minimums.1 142 182 197 1100 14.5 200 225 250 275 300 350 400 450 648 937 1406 2037 Technical Advisory Service e-mail: rawlinfo@rawlplug. Choose the required bolt diameter across the top of the appropriate table and read down the left hand column until actual edge or spacing distance is found.9 20.3 11.6 22.5 300 137 159 174 188 700 21.86 0.9 87.8 32.98 1.0 5.2 49.7 260 77.8 44. depending on your design method.3 30.5 32.9 32.7 MINIMUM REBAR DEPTH 71.4 53.4 400 137 214 299 322 1200 21.1 28.0 16.92 1.6 22.8 66.2 49.0 13. Reinforcement Bar: Minimum Yield Strength fyk 460N/mm2.8 32.4 0. Multiply this factor by the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD quoted in the table.93 0.7 49.92 1.94 1.78 0.92 0.9 27. HOLE DIA.9 79.91 0.81 0.2 42.6 40.8 42.90 1.9 34.5 16.9 15.3 16.85 0. Read off the reduction factor where the two lines intersect (interpolate as required).9 23.00 Performance Data for Reinforcement Bars If you are bonding rebar into reinforced concrete.8 49.80 0.9 35.9 34.89 0.9 4.61 0.84 0.9 440 137 214 350 402 1500 21.9 25.59 0.6 47.1 99. 30N/mm2 150mm Cube).4 60.4 31.1 121 133 143 800 14.3 500 91.2 66.80 0.00 0.2 63.97 1.6 76.6 22. Note: Performance based on clean holes.64 0.83 0.95 0.8N/mm2 SIZE M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M20 DEEP M24 M24 DEEP 11.8 32.3 400 91.6 22.80 0.1 103 74.2 49.5 32.7 45.83 0.86 0.7 9.5 112 MINIMUM REBAR DEPTH 107 121 200 225 250 275 300 350 400 450 648 937 1406 2037 EMBEDMENT DEPTH TO FAIL REBAR (mm) RECOMMENDED LOAD (Frec) (kN) 8 10 10 12 12 15 14 18 16 20 DEPTH (mm) 20 25 25 32 32 40 40 50 DEPTH (mm) 7.2 280 84.6 22.3 84 91 98 550 14.2 11.6 18.00 0.9 12.80 0. (mm) 8 10 10 12 12 15 14 18 16 20 DEPTH (mm) DESIGN RESISTANCE (F d) (kN) EMBEDMENT DEPTH TO FAIL REBAR (mm) 10.3 91 100 107 600 14.7 91.96 1. Reduction Factors – Edge and Spacing Distances The full characteristic edge and spacing distances shown in the table above are the minimum allowable for the quoted DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.2 66.8 32.2 240 105 114 124 134 500 21.5 220 21.80 0.7 5.7 95.8 44.7 62.4 500 137 214 350 546 2100 164 230 301 379 464 20 25 25 32 32 40 40 50 DEPTH (mm) REBAR DIA.82 0. (mm) 42. the appropriate reduction factor/s from the tables below must be applied to the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.8 32.5 67.9 15.uk OR rawltech@rawlplug.9 71.7 84.1 80 100 120 140 160 14.1 142 233 340 1900 14.7 23.88 0.7 14.2 49.co. BLOCK AND STONE Specification Data Performance Data at Standard Embedment Depth CHARACTERISTIC RESISTANCE (kN) TENSION (NRk) SHEAR (VRk) CONCRETE.00 0.9 62.9 34.3 37.9 56.1 8.89 0.7 340 91.00 0.7 68.97 1.6 55.7 58.2 REBAR DEPTH 30.6 5.2 420 137 214 323 349 1300 21.6 58.9 82.9 34.6 22.92 1.98 1.6 68.7 61.4 2.5N/mm2 BLOCKWORK 7N/mm2 BLOCKWORK 3.9 34.90 0.86 0.4 78.6 180 14.4 18.93 1.7 79.5 53.84 0.90 0.9 86.1 142 233 268 1500 14. On the occasion that multiple close edge and/or spacing distances occur.0 3.6 22.1 142 233 304 1700 14.92 1.6 3.79 0. blown and then brushed with a stiff nylon brush.8 44. position etc.7 13.3 49.1 340 137 205 224 241 900 21.8 39.1 15.9 19.1 0.9 42.6 22.8 44.9 29.9 42.97 1.8 26.81 0.5 25.R-KEM+® RAWL CARTRIDGE FOR CONCRETE.8 26. the appropriate reduction factors must be applied.6 22.0 18.00 0.7 35.86 0.6 17.2 59.83 0.00 0.9 34.90 0.8 32.84 0.7 200 21.2 66.81 0.1 240 70.9 34.00 0.3 34.8 37.88 0.2 49.00 0.1 142 216 232 1300 14.1 60.00 0.57 0.83 0.6 35.1 142 233 364 2100 164 230 301 379 464 28.5 56.95 1.5 0.7 22.87 0.4 45.1 142 166 179 1000 14.9 34.9 34. then design principles contained within Eurocode 2 can be adopted instead of the design recommendations contained within this manual.9 21.6 18.8 41.9 83 89 500 14.1 31.3 7.3 16.9 13.97 1.0 53.00 0.75 0. BRICK.69 0.3 37.0 69.3 23.83 0.86 0. Where these dimensions are not achievable.2 56.8 30.77 0.62 0.9 17.82 0.95 0.1 22.71 0.58 0.8 29.00 0.1 8.68 0.8 67.3 360 91.50 0.1 24.6 21.9 13.7 54.8 32.60 0.94 1.3 79.50 0.80 0.1 47.0 0.3 75.6 20.87 0.9 10.9 52.1 66.cube = 30N/mm2 (C20/25) CHARACTERISTIC EDGE CHARACTERISTIC DESIGN RESISTANCE RECOMMENDED LOAD SPACING DISTANCE (Factored) (kN) (Unfactored) (kN) (mm) (mm) TENSION (NRd) SHEAR (VRd) TENSION (Nrec) SHEAR (Vrec) TENSION (Ccr.2 30. Concrete reduction factors must NOT be applied.8 460 91.6 87.00 0.83 0.3 45.6 380 137 214 274 295 1100 21.7 380 91.6 35.5 80.80 0.7 460 137 214 350 456 1700 21.00 0.8 32.84 0.6 57.0 52.00 0.86 0.4 480 137 214 350 510 1900 21.8 44.2 66.7 80 90 110 130 150 180 190 220 100 130 150 170 190 190 240 240 100 130 150 170 210 230 240 270 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 1.00 0.83 0.8 35.2 54.84 0.4 52.7 220 14.9 23.81 0.3 38.0 260 116 125 137 148 550 21.9 17.6 1.1 106 116 125 700 14.2 49.2 63.2 44.0 28.80 0.9 38.7 0.8 95.2 66.2 49.2 49.

Leave the anchor undisturbed until the resin has cured and then attach fixture. Please contact the Rawl Technical Advisory Service for further advice. 60-150 R-KSF-150 (150ml) R-KF2 BASE MATERIAL TEMPERATURE (°C) WORKING TIME CURING TIME R-KSF BASE MATERIAL TEMPERATURE (°C) WORKING TIME CURING TIME 30 25 15 5 4 7 15 30 mins mins mins mins 30 mins 1 hour 2 hours 3 hours 30 20 15 5 4 8 14 30 mins mins mins mins 30 mins 50 mins 2 hours 4 hours Cartridge & Stud Data STUD THREAD SIZE (mm) (d) STUD OVERALL LENGTH (mm) (l) WASHER DIAMETER (mm) (D w) MAXIMUM FIXTURE THICKNESS (mm) (Tfix) RECOMMENDED HOLE STANDARD TORQUE HOLE DIAMETER EMBEDMENT (Nm) DIAMETER IN IN (Tinst) IN FIXTURE CONCRETE CONCRETE (mm) (mm) (mm) (df) CONCRETE BRICKWORK (do) (ho) STUD PRODUCT CODES ZINC PLATED PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE STAINLESS STEEL GRADE 316 A4 PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE APPROX No OF HOLES PER 380ML CARTRIDGE 380ml 150ml M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 110 130 160 190 260 295 17 21 24 30 37 44 17 28 36 42 90 85 10 12 14 18 24 28 9 11 13 17 22 26 80 90 110 125 145 180 3 9 17 36 53 60 2 6 11 24 - 60-708 60-710 60-712 60-716 60-720 60-724 STUDS-08110 STUDS-10130 STUDS-12160 STUDS-16190 STUDS-20260 STUDS-24295 60-906 60-911 60-916 60-921 60-926 60-931 STUDS-08110-A4 STUDS-10130-A4 STUDS-12160-A4 STUDS-16190-A4 STUDS-20260-A4 STUDS-24295-A4 84 61 42 28 7 6 33 24 16 11 3 2 Note: For perforated brickwork and hollow block work a mesh sleeve must be inserted into the hole prior to the resin being pumped. BRICK. INSTALLATION Hollow substrates & substrates with voids 1. 4. Dispense to waste until an even colour and then pump into hole. 2. Dispense to waste until even colour. 3. 3. 2. Insert stud or socket with a twisting action. 62 Technical Advisory Service Tel: +44 (0) 1530 812 857. Minimum embedment should be observed. Insert sleeve into hole. Then insert nozzle and pump to fill sleeve. 4. 2. R-KSF fits a standard mastic gun. The specification of longer studs will allow greater fixture thicknesses than shown for the standard studs quoted. Installation INSTALLATION Solid substrates 1. Clean the hole using brush and air three times. BLOCK AND STONE Product Information 60-200 R-KF2-380 (380ml) DESCRIPTION R-KF2 and R-KSF are general purpose resins. R-KSF Odourless and Styrene free. Insert cartridge into cartridge gun and attach nozzle. 150ml R-KSF is ideal for small applications. Insert stud or socket with a twisting action. 4.R-KF2/KSF® RAWL CARTRIDGE FOR CONCRETE. Drill hole to correct diameter and depth for stud size being used. 3. We recommend that embedment above 500mm and 20mm in diameter a power operated resin gun should be used. Insert cartridge into cartridge gun and attach nozzle. Drill hole to correct diameter and depth for mesh sleeve size being used. Suitable for Solid and Hollow substrates. Fax: +44 (0) 1530 812 862 . Studs over 16mm diameter are not recommended in brickwork. SUITABLE FOR USE IN: Concrete Brickwork Blockwork Stone Overhead Applications FEATURES 1. Leave the anchor undisturbed until the resin has set and then attach fixture. for solid and hollow structures with both products having a relatively short cure time.

82 0.0 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 130 150 170 M8 0.2 66. Note: Performance based on clean holes.9 34.2 49.9 SIZES ABOVE M16 ARE NOT RECOMMENDED SIZES ABOVE M12 ARE NOT RECOMMENDED For further explanations on calculations please see pages 10 and 11.5 25 32 53. Reduction Factors – Edge and Spacing Distances The full characteristic edge and spacing distances shown in the table above are the minimum allowable for the quoted DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.78 0.60 0.4 500 137 214 350 546 2200 176 246 323 407 497 694 1007 1514 2200 EMBEDMENT DEPTH TO FAIL REBAR (mm) 20 25 39. Concrete Strength Class: C20/25 (25N/mm2 150mm Cylinder.95 1.9 460 91. BRICK.3 MINIMUM REBAR DEPTH 66.1 0.0 M12 0.2 39.9 34.co.89 0.0 0.9 84.0 35.2 56.1 25.6 1.1 49.5 42. BLOCK AND STONE Specification Data Performance Data at Standard Embedment Depth CHARACTERISTIC RESISTANCE (kN) TENSION (NRk) SHEAR (VRk) DESIGN RESISTANCE (Factored) (kN) CONCRETE.V) SIZE M8 RECOMMENDED LOAD (kN) (Unfactored) TENSION OR SHEAR (Frec) BRICKWORK 20.0 M16 M20 M24 SPACING (mm) TENSILE & SHEAR REDUCTION FACTORS M10 0.7 220 21. Choose the required bolt diameter across the top of the appropriate table and read down the left hand column until actual edge or spacing distance is found.2 49. Where these dimensions are not achievable.3 45.4 400 137 214 277 298 1200 21.2 200 21.7 8.9 4.0 12.1 141 154 166 1000 14. depending on your design method.9 23.84 0.5 30.6 18.8 220 14.80 0.4 104 MINIMUM REBAR DEPTH 40 50 99. position etc.1 180 14.0 53.66 0.87 1.3 360 137 191 208 224 900 21.2 62.54 0.3 34.3 21.0 13.9 16.0 26.3 112 DEPTH (mm) 200 225 250 275 300 350 400 450 REBAR DIA.7 DEPTH (mm) 80 100 120 140 160 180 21.3 5.69 0.60 0.9 280 78.8 28.8 70.4 49.2 49.85 0.6 56.7 80 100 120 140 160 14.0 M12 0.1 6.6 69.1 31.5 320 91.66 0.3 25.0 0. Read off the reduction factor where the two lines intersect (interpolate as required).5 12.7 4.9 34. Concrete reduction factors must NOT be applied.3 11.2 49.3 19. (mm) HOLE DIA.66 0.6 22.86 1.8 32.9 11.6 380 91.85 0.8 32.1 142 233 298 1800 14.0 68.2 48.2 49.72 0.7 56.2 66.6 20.91 1.6 33.9 35.5 52.9 52.3 80.9 92.9 73.85 0.7 18.9 35.2 300 85.9 42.0 59. blown and then brushed with a stiff nylon brush.8 30.5 59.6 440 91.64 0.7 77 83 500 14.3 21. then design principles contained within Eurocode 2 can be adopted instead of the design recommendations contained within this manual. of the reinforcing is known.7 9.8 30.95 1.6 20.5 200 225 250 275 300 350 400 450 Technical Advisory Service e-mail: rawlinfo@rawlplug.8 95.2 14.8 41.3 24.9 34.4 26.1 142 216 232 1400 14.3 9.83 0.2 66.75 0.uk 63 .2 38.7 19.9 340 91.5 35.0 12 15 18.6 14 18 MINIMUM REBAR DEPTH 16 20 28.6 58.9 34.7 46.82 0.3 38.9 80.87 0.7 42.0 12.96 1.90 0. the appropriate reduction factors must be applied.95 1.4 25.8 32.2 53.2 360 91.6 14.9 420 137 214 323 348 1400 21.3 63. When calculating loads in brickwork.4 0.3 500 91.87 0.4 22.8 52.2 240 98.0 M12 0.6 22.8 43.9 27.2 59. RECOMMENDED LOAD (Frec) (kN) 8 10 10 12 12 15 14 18 16 20 DEPTH (mm) 20 25 25 32 32 40 40 50 DEPTH (mm) 6.cube = 30N/mm2 (C20/25) RECOMMENDED CHARACTERISTIC EDGE LOAD (Unfactored) DISTANCE (kN) (mm) TENSION SHEAR TENSION SHEAR TENSION SHEAR (NRd) (VRd) (Nrec) (Vrec) (Ccr.7 60 70 80 90 110 130 80 90 110 130 150 170 80 90 110 130 150 170 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 1.1 142 185 199 1200 14.93 0.1 142 233 265 1600 14.4 52.5 70.3 17.4 19.3 14.2 49.0 M10 0.8 32.6 39.9 380 137 212 321 248 1000 21.82 0.9 16.3 MINIMUM 13.5 16.90 1.8 45.3 320 137 148 162 174 700 21.3 49.1 142 233 331 2000 14.0 0.89 1.5 66. Edge Distance (Concrete Only) EDGE (mm) TENSILE : EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS M8 SHEAR : EDGE REDUCTION FACTORS Spacing (Concrete Only) M24 M8 0.7 49.91 1.73 0.9 9.6 74.0 0.86 1.9 21.93 1.1 127 139 149 900 14.6 22.7 88.4 440 137 214 350 397 1600 21.0 Performance Data for Reinforcement Bars If you are bonding rebar into reinforced concrete.7 14.0 58.3 38.0 M16 M20 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 130 150 170 0.91 0.0 0.2 66.50 0.8 37.0 0.1 240 65.2 15.62 0.6 22.9 12.3 92 100 108 650 14.4 27.R-KF2/KSF® RAWL CARTRIDGE FOR CONCRETE.1 24.85 0.6 22.3 24.8 36.84 0.7 22.62 0.0 61.5 20.9 34.8 44.7 32.6 53.5 56.5 36.6 16.3 39.8 44.9 34.0 5.4 2.8 78.6 46.8 95.7 0.88 0.95 1.0 M16 M20 M24 0.9 34. fck.80 0.89 0.5 30.92 1.5 32.9 17.1 39.7 21.6 22.7 6.6 22.3 28.0 M10 0.3 24.6 22.6 22.4 23.5 32.5 0.4 28.9 34.3 480 91.2 49.2 84.6 51.3 29. Reinforcement Bar: Minimum Yield Strength fyk 460N/mm2.9 61.6 22.7 17. where the size.6 22. (mm) HOLE DIA.2 42.2 74.1 59.0 3.8 44.3 420 91.8 32.9 15.4 480 137 214 350 497 2000 21.4 14. Multiply this factor by the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD quoted in the table.2 54.4 76. DESIGN RESISTANCE (F d) (kN) EMBEDMENT DEPTH TO FAIL REBAR (mm) 8 10 10.2 63.0 7. On the occasion that multiple close edge and/or spacing distances occur.2 66.84 1.0 0.6 22.8 32.0 0. apply the published edge distance and spacing for concrete and assume these figures to be the absolute minimums.9 34.2 54.6 42.3 280 118 127 139 149 600 21.6 22.95 1.4 36.8 44.0 0.9 77.6 49.5N/mm2 BLOCKWORK 2.9 460 137 214 350 447 1800 21.8 44.8 300 128 138 150 161 650 21.85 0.5 260 72.4 32 40 69.89 0.94 1.6 9.9 46.uk OR rawltech@rawlplug.7 85 92 99 600 14.9 42.91 0.9 4.5 63.1 99 108 116 700 14.73 0.9 87.5 42.95 1.5N/mm2 BLOCKWORK 7N/mm2 BLOCKWORK 3.3 2.2 29.9 34.9 400 91.9 34.6 22.6 18.89 0.8 26. REBAR DIA.9 34.0 0.2 45.5 22. 30N/mm2 150mm Cube).89 0.2 49.1 13.9 30. the appropriate reduction factor/s from the tables below must be applied to the DESIGN RESISTANCE or RECOMMENDED LOAD.V) CHARACTERISTIC SPACING (mm) TENSION & SHEAR (Scr.8 32.9 10 12 13.N) (Scr.1 78 85 91 550 14.6 2.N) (Ccr.1 113 123 132 800 14.1 37.9 1.8 32.8 340 137 170 185 199 800 21.5 200 14.5 66.5 REBAR DEPTH 18.56 0.87 0.7 260 108 117 127 137 550 21.8N/mm2 SIZE M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 9.8 32.8 39.9 33.2 49.77 0.5 32.3 106 116 124 500 21.9 10.5 9.co.2 65.7 44.8 32.3 44.1 142 233 364 2200 176 246 323 407 497 694 1007 1514 2200 26.

Fax: +44 (0) 1530 812 862 .28 mm BLOW PUMP POLYBAG POLYBAG POLYBAG POLYBAG 1 1 1 1 60-980 60-981 60-982 60-687 BRUSH-M08/10 BRUSH-M10/14 BRUSH-M16/10 BLOWPUMP Dispenser Guns 60-645 60-660 60-160 60-172 for R-KEX for R-KEA. R-KF2 suitable for 380 ml cartridge for R-KSF suitable for 175 ml and 300 ml cartridge Heavy duty cartridge gun for R-KEM+ suitable for 175 ml and 300 ml cartridge NEW CODE DESCRIPTION SUITABLE FOR PACK TYPE QUANTITY PRODUCT CODE CFS Gun 400ml 380ml 300ml 300ml 300ml CARTRIDGE GUN CARTRIDGE GUN SKELETON GUN CARTRIDGE GUN CFS GUN R-KEX R-KF2 / R-KEA R-KSF / R-KEM R-KEM+ CFS POLYBAG POLYBAG POLYBAG POLYBAG BOXED 1 1 1 1 1 60-645 60-660 60-160 60-172 - R-GUN-400ml R-GUN-380ml R-GUN-300ml R-GUN-300ml-C CFS GUN Driving Systems – R-CAS Studs TO FIT SIZE BOX QUANTITY DRIVER SOCKET FOR 3 JAW CHUCK MACHINES PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE QUANTITY SDS ADAPTOR PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M30 5 5 5 5 1 1 1 60-709 60-711 60-713 60-717 60-731 60-732 60-735 DRIVER-M8 DRIVER-M10 DRIVER-M12 DRIVER-M16 DRIVER-M20 DRIVER-M24 DRIVER-M30 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 60-780 60-780 60-780 60-780 — — — SDS-ADAPTOR SDS-ADAPTOR SDS-ADAPTOR SDS-ADAPTOR — — — R-HAC Installation Adaptor for Rebar & Studding Mixer Nozzles DESCRIPTION BOX QUANTITY PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE DESCRIPTION DRILLING MACHINE PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE ADAPTOR SETTING HEAD 64 SDS Plus SDS Plus 60-780 60-782 SDS-ADAPTOR SDS-SETTING MIXER NOZZLE (R-KF2. R-KSF.14 mm M16 . R-KSF. R-KEA) MIXER NOZZLE (R-KEX) MIXER NOZZLE (CFS) MIXER NOZZLE (CFS) 10 100 10 4 12 60-640 60-642 60-228 - NOZ-10 NOZ-100 NOZ-RKEX-10 CFS-NOZ-4 CFS-NOZ-12 Technical Advisory Service Tel: +44 (0) 1530 812 857.10 mm M10 . R-KEA) MIXER NOZZLE (R-KF2.BONDED ANCHOR ACCESSORIES ACCESSORIES Product Information 60-687 60-980 Brushes and Blow Pump HOLE SIZE BRUSHES PACK QUANTITY PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE M8 .

2 21.8 GRADE 1.5 7.0 N/mm2 30 N/mm CONCRETE BRICKWORK BLOCKWORK TIGHTENING TORQUE (Nm) ZINC PLATED RODUCT CODE NEW CODE SOCKET PRODUCT CODES STAINLESS STEEL GRADE 303 A2 PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE DRIVE SYSTEM PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE M6x24 M6x24 M8x25 M8x25 M10x30 M10x30 M12x35 M12x35 M16x50 75 75 75 90 75 100 100 100 125 12 14 14 14 20 20 20 22 28 75 75 75 90 75 100 100 100 125 7 7 9 9 11 11 13 13 17 R-CAS-10 R-CAS-10 – R-CAS-12 – R-CAS-16 R-CAS-16 R-CAS-16 R-CAS-20 5 5 11 11 22 22 38 38 95 3 3 6 6 13 13 21 21 30 1.7 22.9 14.1 12.8 15.5 36.3 6.1 11.2 7.0 SHEAR (VRK) DESIGN RESISTANCE (kN) TENSION (NRd) 5.8 GRADE 2.8 8.8 GRADE GRADE M6x75 M8x75 M8x90 M10x75 M10x100 M12x100 M16x125 9.1 12.2 36.6 18.8 GRADE GRADE 9.0 15.6 17.9 21.2 4.0 13.8 16.3 6.2 16.7 8.8 GRADE GRADE 4.7 16.8 8.V) 130 150 60-620 60-985 60-622 60-987 60-623 60-988 60-624 60-989 60-626 60-992 60-628 60-993 60-630 60-995 SIZE PRODUCT CODE 5.5 7.9 12.cube = 30N/mm2 (C20/25) CHARACTERISTIC RESISTANCE (kN) TENSION (NRK) 5.2 52.2 150 150 170 170 180 220 170 180 220 R-CAS & R-KEX Performance Data CONCRETE.co. fck.5 24.1 38.7 8.8 23.8 5.9 8.1 41.0 11.8 20.9 25.3 13.2 65.2 5.1 37.BONDED ANCHOR ACCESSORIES INTERNALLY THREADED SOCKETS Product Information Internally Threaded Sockets SOCKET HOLE HOLE SOCKET HOLE TYPE AND DIAMETER DIAMETER OVERALL DEPTH IN USE WITH INTERNAL IN IN LENGTH CONCRETE CAPSULE THREAD CONCRETE FIXTURE (mm) (mm) Ref LENGTH (mm) (mm) (l) (ho) (lg) (do) (df) SOCKETS PER BOX/ PACK 2 20.4 5.6 36.9 12.co.3 5.6 9.8 GRADE 3.8 GRADE 8.5 N/mm2 7.7 22.2 52.2 SHEAR (Vrec) CHARACTERISTIC EDGE DISTANCE (mm) TENSION SHEAR (Ccr.1 66.N) (Ccr.8 6.9 8.0 19.8 M6x75 M8x75* M8x90 M10x75* M10x100 M12x100 M16x125 24.9 8. R-KEM+ & RM50 Performance Data CONCRETE.5 15.7 9.8 8.5 24.1 12.9 17.9 16.5 3 3 6 3 6 6 – 10 10 10 10 10 10 6 6 6 60-620 — 60-622 60-623 60-624 60-626 60-628 — 60-630 ITS-Z-06075 — ITS-Z-08075 ITS-Z-08090 ITS-Z-10075 ITS-Z-10100 ITS-Z-12100 — ITS-Z-16125 — 60-985 60-987 60-988 60-989 60-992 — 60-993 60-995 — ITS-SS-06075 ITS-SS-08075 ITS-SS-08090 ITS-SS-10075 ITS-SS-10100 — ITS-SS-12100 ITS-SS-16125 60-690 60-690 — 60-692 — 60-694 60-696 60-696 60-698 ITS-DRIVE-06 ITS-DRIVE-06 — ITS-DRIVE-08 — ITS-DRIVE-10 ITS-DRIVE-12 ITS-DRIVE-12 ITS-DRIVE-16 All sockets can be used with cartridge systems and in these circumstances a drive system is not required.V) (Ccr.0 19.3 28.0 11.8 GRADE 1.9 42.1 35.4 7.V) 130 150 60-620 60-985 60-622 60-987 60-623 60-988 60-624 60-989 60-626 60-992 60-628 60-993 60-630 60-995 SIZE 5.2 150 170 200 170 180 220 170 180 220 * Note: M8x75 and M10x75 Sockets are not suitable for R-CAS capsules lg l SOCKET DIAMETER (mm) ZINC PLATED STAINLESS STEEL M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 Stainless steel Zinc plated steel 11 13 17 17 25 11 12 16 20 25 Technical Advisory Service e-mail: rawlinfo@rawlplug.2 65.7 30.2 16.3 28.8 9.1 17.0 89.cube = 30N/mm2 (C20/25) CHARACTERISTIC RESISTANCE (kN) TENSION (NRK) 5.2 7.8 GRADE GRADE 4.uk OR rawltech@rawlplug.6 54.8 GRADE 4.1 8.9 42.8 8.8 GRADE 8.1 24.8 GRADE GRADE 3.1 24.2 36.7 8.2 9.1 35.6 21.8 GRADE GRADE 3.8 7.8 8.0 SHEAR (VRd) RECOMMENDED LOAD (kN) TENSION (Nrec) 5.7 9.1 54.5 29.1 8.8 15.9 8.8 24.2 5.5 1.8 15.7 25.N) (Scr.uk 65 .3 13.9 10.9 14.8 5.7 SHEAR (VRK) DESIGN RESISTANCE (kN) TENSION (NRd) 5.3 34.N) 100 130 130 150 CHARACTERISTIC SPACING (mm) PRODUCT CODE TENSION or SHEAR (Ccr.1 11.4 5.0 12.6 19.V) 130 150 CHARACTERISTIC SPACING (mm) TENSION or SHEAR (Scr.3 34.8 10.8 8.8 8.4 50. fck.8 GRADE 5.8 SHEAR (Vrec) CHARACTERISTIC EDGE DISTANCE (mm) TENSION (Ccr.7 8.0 12.9 12.0 13.7 27.6 18.N) 100 130 SHEAR (Ccr.2 4.0 SHEAR (VRd) RECOMMENDED LOAD (kN) TENSION (Nrec) 5.8 15.3 5.1 37.8 GRADE 4.8 GRADE 5.8 20.8 GRADE 2.8 GRADE 3.

M10 M12 M16 M20 12.8.5 15. Length 1m THREAD QUANTITY PRODUCT CODE M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 66 Technical Advisory Service Tel: +44 (0) 1530 812 857.0 x x x x 1000 1000 1000 1000 10 5 10 5 SP-CE-R10 SP-CE-R12 SP-CE-R16 SP-CE-R20 THREADED RODS MATERIAL Grade 4. Fax: +44 (0) 1530 812 862 10 5 5 5 5 5 975-06-1000-88-ZN 975-08-1000-88-ZN 975-10-1000-88-ZN 975-12-1000-88-ZN 975-16-1000-88-ZN 975-20-1000-88-ZN .8.0 20.THREADED RODS AND MESH SLEEVES Plastic Sleeves STUD SIZE (mm) HOLE DIAMETER IN STRUCTURE (mm) SLEEVE LENGTH (mm) BOX QUANTITY PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE M6/M8 M6/M8 M10 M10 M12/M16 M12/M16 16 16 16 16 20 20 13 13 13 13 18 18 x x x x x x 80 80 130 130 85 85 10 5 10 5 10 5 60-607 60-608 60-609 60-614 60-615 60-616 PLS-13080-10 PLS-13080-5/5 PLS-13130-10 PLS-13130-5/5 PLS-18085-10 PLS-18085-5/5 Mesh Sleeves STUD SIZE (mm) HOLE DIAMETER IN STRUCTURE (mm) SLEEVE LENGTH (mm) BOX QUANTITY PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE M6/M8 M10 M10 M10 M12 M12 M16 12 16 16 16 18 18 22 11 15 15 15 17 17 21 x x x x x x x 85 95 130 200 95 200 200 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 60-805 60-807 60-809 60-111 60-113 60-115 60-117 MS-11085 MS-15095 MS-15130 MS-15200 MS-17095 MS-17200 MS-21200 Mesh Sleeves x 1m HOLE DIAMETER IN STRUCTURE (mm) STUD SIZE SLEEVE LENGTH (mm) BOX/PACK QUANTITY PRODUCT CODE 14 16 22 28 M8 . Length 1m THREAD QUANTITY PRODUCT CODE steel DIN 975 .5 26.zinc plated. M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 50 50 25 20 10 10 975-06-1000-ZN 975-08-1000-ZN 975-10-1000-ZN 975-12-1000-ZN 975-16-1000-ZN 975-20-1000-ZN Grade 8.

electro zinc plated.0 21.0 x 60.NUTS & WASHERS Product Information FLAT STANDARD WASHERS DIN 125 MATERIAL Low carbon steel.co.0 x 2. DESCRIPTION DIMMENSION (mm) QUANTITY BOX OUTER PRODUCT CODE M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 6.0 36.0 500 250 125 75 40 20 2000 1000 500 300 160 80 6334-06-1000-ZN 6334-08-1000-ZN 6334-10-1000-ZN 6334-12-1000-ZN 6334-16-1000-ZN 6334-20-1000-ZN Low carbon steel.0 30.4 x 16.4 x 18. electro zinc plated.0 13.0 21.0 x 2.0 24.0 x 1.6 8.0 x 30.0 x 24.0 x 37.0 x 2.5 x 30. electro zinc plated.0 x 3.uk . DESCRIPTION QUANTITY BOX OUTER PRODUCT CODE M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 250 250 250 150 100 50 12000 6000 3000 1800 900 450 VMM-934-06-ZN VMM-934-08-ZN VMM-934-10-ZN VMM-934-12-ZN VMM-934-16-ZN VMM-934-20-ZN 67 Technical Advisory Service e-mail: rawlinfo@rawlplug.co. PROPERTIES e Made in accordance with DIN 125.0 250 200 100 100 50 25 12000 4800 2400 1200 600 300 VMM-9021-06-ZN VMM-9021-08-ZN VMM-9021-10-ZN VMM-9021-12-ZN VMM-9021-16-ZN VMM-9021-20-ZN COUPLING NUT DESCRIPTION QUANTITY PACK OUTER For connecting multiple lengths of threaded rod.uk OR rawltech@rawlplug.0 x 3.0 10.4 x 24.0 x 2. DESCRIPTION DIMMENSION (mm) QUANTITY BOX OUTER PRODUCT CODE M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 6.0 17.0 500 250 250 100 75 50 24000 12000 6000 4800 1800 1200 VMM-125-06-ZN VMM-125-08-ZN VMM-125-10-ZN VMM-125-12-ZN VMM-125-16-ZN VMM-125-20-ZN FLAT LARGE WASHERS DIN 9021 MATERIAL Low carbon steel. PROPERTIES e Made in accordance with DIN 934.4 x 12.0 60.5 x 20.0 x 3.0 x 1.6 10. PROPERTIES Made in accordance with DIN 6334 HEXAGONAL STANDARD NUTS DIN 934 MATERIAL Low carbon steel.0 x 37.6 8. electro zinc plated. MATERIAL THREAD NUT LENGTH (mm) PRODUCT CODE M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 18.0 48.5 13.0 x 1.0 x 4.0 x 3.0 x 50. PROPERTIES e Made in accordance with DIN 9021.5 17.

expanded polystyrene rendered facade walls.INSULATION FIXINGS FOR CONCRETE. 50 mm PLUG LENGTH (mm) HOLE DIAMETER (mm) INSULATION THICKNESS (mm) QUANTITY PACK PRODUCT CODE 90 110 130 150 170 170 8 8 8 8 8 8 30-40 50-60 70-80 90-100 110-120 130-140 250 250 250 250 250 250 KI-090/8 KI-110/8 KI-130/8 KI-150/8 KI-170/8 KI-190/8 Installation 68 Technical Advisory Service Tel: +44 (0) 1530 812 857.g. Fax: +44 (0) 1530 812 862 . BLOCKWORK. 50 mm PLUG LENGTH (mm) HOLE DIAMETER (mm) INSULATION THICKNESS (mm) QUANTITY PACK PRODUCT CODE 70 90 120 140 160 180 200 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10-20 30-40 60-70 80-90 100-110 120-130 140-150 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 KI-070 KI-090 KI-120 KI-140 KI-160 KI-180 KI-200 Installation Product Information 8MM INSULATION FIXINGS WITH HAMMER-IN NYLON PIN TYPICAL APPLICATIONS e Fixing light thermal insulation materials e.g. Product Information 10MM INSULATION FIXINGS WITH HAMMER-IN NYLON PIN TYPICAL APPLICATIONS e Fixing light thermal insulation materials e.0 (Nylon) . INSTALLATION TIPS e Pre-drilling diameter: 8 mm e Anchorage depth: min. STONE. expanded polystyrene rendered facade walls. MATERIAL Plug sleeve: impact resistant co-polymer of polypropylene PP or polyamide PA 6.0 (Nylon) . MASONRY.0 (Nylon) reinforced with fibre glass.0 (Nylon) reinforced with fibre glass. INSTALLATION TIPS e Pre-drilling diameter: 10 mm e Anchorage depth: min. Nail pin: polyamide PA 6. MATERIAL Plug sleeve: impact resistant co-polymer of polypropylene PP or polyamide PA 6.to order. Nail pin: polyamide PA 6.to order.

INSTALLATION TIPS e Anchorage depth: min. window and door reveals. 30 mm Installation PLUG LENGTH (mm) HOLE DIAMETER (mm) QUANTITY PACK PRODUCT CODE 90 110 140 170 200 8 8 8 8 8 250 250 250 250 250 MKI-090/8 MKI-110/8 MKI-140/8 MKI-170/8 MKI-200/8 Product Information INSULATION FLANGE WITH COVER CAP TYPICAL APPLICATIONS e For fixing both light polystyrene and heavy mineral wool boards in combination with appropriate screws to facade walls made from: timber. MATERIAL Electro-zinc coated steel or stainless steel A2 – to order. STONE. MASONRY.co.uk OR rawltech@rawlplug. not exposed to influence of suction wind forces e. by insulation of: building substructure. building plinths. Product Information 10MM INSULATION FIXINGS WITH HAMMER-IN NYLON PIN TYPICAL APPLICATIONS e For fixings light insulation boards.co. MATERIAL Impact resistant co-polymer of polypropylene PP or polyamide PA 6.g.uk 69 Technical Advisory Service .0 (Nylon) to order. 30 mm Installation FLANGE DIAMETER (mm) QUANTITY PACK PRODUCT CODE 60 200 KC e-mail: rawlinfo@rawlplug. etc. sheet metal. 30 mm Installation PLUG DESCRIPTION HOLE DIAMETER (mm) INSULATION THICKNESS (mm) QUANTITY PACK PRODUCT CODE 35 x 70 35 x 90 8 8 30-40 50-60 400 400 KIK-070 KIK-090 Product Information METAL FIRE RESISTANT INSULATION SUPPORT TYPICAL APPLICATIONS e For fixing mineral wool to facade walls in all applications where fire resistance is required. basement walls.INSULATION FIXINGS FOR CONCRETE. BLOCKWORK. INSTALLATION TIPS e Pre-drilling diameter: 8 mm e Anchorage depth: min. MATERIAL Plug sleeve: impact resistant co-polymer of polypropylene PP INSTALLATION TIPS e Pre-drilling diameter: 8 mm e Anchorage depth: min. plasterboard.

0 26. Provides faster.0 20. FEATURES 1. effective.0 18.0 8.0 13.0 22.0 20. Fax: +44 (0) 1530 812 862 .0 16.0 14.0 5.0 9.5 7.0 6.0 150 200 250 300 450 150 250 150 200 300 450 600 800 200 300 450 600 1000 200 450 600 1000 250 450 1000 250 450 250 450 600 450 34-128 34-230 34-328 34-388 34-428 34-130 34-330 34-132 34-232 34-390 34-432 34-532 34-538 34-236 34-392 34-436 34-536 34-592 34-240 34-440 34-540 34-594 34-344 34-442 34-596 34-348 34-448 34-350 34-450 34-550 34-452 SDS-14150 SDS-14200 SDS-14250 SDS-14300 SDS-14450 SDS-15150 SDS-15250 SDS-16150 SDS-16200 SDS-16300 SDS-16450 SDS-16600 SDS-16800 SDS-18200 SDS-18300 SDS-18450 SDS-18600 SDS-181000 SDS-20200 SDS-20450 SDS-20600 SDS-201000 SDS-22250 SDS-22450 SDS-221000 SDS-24250 SDS-24450 SDS-25260 SDS-25450 SDS-25600 SDS-26450 Technical Advisory Service Tel: +44 (0) 1530 812 857.0 24.5 6.0 15.0 7.0 12.0 6. 3.0 70 110 110 160 110 160 110 160 210 110 160 210 110 160 210 110 160 210 260 210 110 160 260 310 450 600 310 160 250 300 450 1000 150 250 450 34-006 34-010 34-110 34-011 34-111 34-012 34-112 34-210 34-013 34-113 34-212 34-014 34-114 34-214 34-016 34-116 34-216 34-318 34-218 34-020 34-120 34-320 34-380 34-420 34-520 34-382 34-124 34-324 34-384 34-424 34-586 34-126 34-326 34-426 SDS-40110 SDS-50110 SDS-50160 SDS-55110 SDS-55160 SDS-60110 SDS-60160 SDS-60210 SDS-65110 SDS-65160 SDS-65210 SDS-70110 SDS-70160 SDS-70210 SDS-80110 SDS-80160 SDS-80210 SDS-80260 SDS-90210 SDS-100110 SDS-10160 SDS-10260 SDS-10310 SDS-10450 SDS-10600 SDS-11310 SDS-12160 SDS-12250 SDS-12300 SDS-12450 SDS-121000 SDS-13150 SDS-13250 SDS-13450 14.0 16.0 7.0 16.0 5.0 10.0 18.0 14.0 18.0 10.0 18.0 16.5 6.0 10.0 6.0 14.0 10.0 25.0 5.0 8.0 16.SDS plus FOR STRUCTUAL CONCRETE & ENGINEERING BRICK Product Information DESCRIPTION Developed for SDS rotary hammer drilling machines.0 12.0 18.0 11.0 15.5 5.0 12.0 13.0 25. Specially designed tip outperforms other brands for performance and longevity. clearance of spoil.0 20.0 10.0 24. SDS DIAMETER (mm) LENGTH (mm) PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE DIAMETER (mm) LENGTH (mm) PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE 4. 2.0 25.0 10.0 20.5 6. Twin spiral shank for fast.0 22. Can be extended with SDS extension sleeves in conjunction with impactor drill range marked.0 8.0 16.0 22.0 8.0 14. easier drilling with lower power consumption.0 12.0 13.0 12.

2.0 8.0 14.0 u 14.0 12.0 13.0 u 22.0 Extension Sleeve PRODUCT DESCRIPTION EFFECTIVE LENGTH (mm) QANTITY PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE u 20.0 8. IMPACTOR® DIAMETER (mm) LENGTH (mm) QUANTITY PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE 4.co.0 5. making bits stronger.0 14.0 12.0 10.5 5. more durable and safer to use.0 25. Copper brazed carbide tip.uk OR rawltech@rawlplug.0 10. Extension bars available for deeper drilling. Packed in re-sealable tubes.0 7.0 6.0 25.5 6.0 18.0 8.0 12.0 u 16.0 6.5 6.0 10. Geometrically designed flute maximises spoil evacuation. High grade alloy tool steel and furnace hardened to SDS standards.0 12.0 19.0 13. 3. Sizes and lengths of up to 400 mm.0 15.0 8.0 22.0 u 25.0 5.IMPACTOR Product Information DESCRIPTION Masonry bit for mains and cordless drilling machines. strengthens the bond between tip & body.0 7.0 20. Drills more holes per battery charge than other masonry bits.5 7.0 10.0 16.5 5.0 20. BRICKWORK & HARD MASONRY FEATURES 1. ® FOR CONCRETE.0 18.0 16.0 u 14-16 mm u 20-25 mm 250 250 1 1 83-032 83-050 EXS-1416 EXS-2025 85 100 150 100 150 100 150 100 150 100 150 300 120 150 200 300 120 150 200 300 400 150 200 300 400 150 400 150 300 400 150 150 300 400 160 400 160 160 300 400 160 300 160 300 400 1x10 1x10 1 1x10 1 1x10 1 1x10 1 1x10 1 1 1x10 1 1 1 1x10 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 32-009 32-010 32-110 32-011 32-111 32-012 32-112 32-013 32-113 32-014 32-114 32-314 32-016 32-116 32-216 32-316 32-020 32-120 32-220 32-320 32-420 32-124 32-224 32-324 32-424 32-126 32-426 32-128 32-328 32-428 32-130 32-132 32-332 32-432 32-136 32-436 32-138 32-140 32-340 32-440 32-144 32-344 32-150 32-350 32-450 IMP-45085-10W IMP-50100-10W IMP-50150-W1 IMP-55100-10W IMP-55150-W1 IMP-60100-10W IMP-60150-W1 IMP-65100-10W IMP-65150-W1 IMP-70100-10W IMP-70150-W1 IMP-70300-W1 IMP-80120-10W IMP-80150-W1 IMP-80200-W1 IMP-80300-W1 IMP-10120-10W IMP-10150-W1 IMP-10200-W1 IMP-10300-W1 IMP-10400-W1 IMP-12150-W1 IMP-12200-W1 IMP-12300-W1 IMP-12400-W1 IMP-13150-W1 IMP-13400-W1 IMP-14150-W1 IMP-14300-W1 IMP-14400-W1 IMP-15150-W1 IMP-16150-W1 IMP-16300-W1 IMP-16400-W1 IMP-18160-W1 IMP-18400-W1 IMP-19160-W1 IMP-20160-W1 IMP-20300-W1 IMP-20400-W1 IMP-22160-W1 IMP-22300-W1 IMP-25160-W1 IMP-25300-W1 IMP-25400-W1 71 Technical Advisory Service e-mail: rawlinfo@rawlplug.co.uk .0 10.

5 5.0 20.0 5.0 8.0 8.0 16. for high drilling speeds.0 14.0 6.5 7. Blue Flash™ DIAMETER (mm) LENGTH (mm) QUANTITY PRODUCT CODE NEW CODE 4.5 6.0 75 85 150 85 150 85 150 100 150 200 100 150 100 150 120 150 200 120 150 200 400 150 200 400 150 150 400 150 400 150 400 400 400 Box of 10 Box of 10 Box of 10 Box of 10 Box of 10 Box of 10 Box of 10 Box of 10 Box of 10 Box of 10 Box of 10 Box of 10 Box of 10 Box of 10 Box of 10 Box of 10 Box of 10 Box of 10 Box of 10 Box of 10 Single Box of 10 Box of 10 Single Box of 10 Single Single Single Single Single Single Single Single 31-008 31-009 31-109 31-010 31-110 31-011 31-111 31-012 31-112 31-212 31-013 31-113 31-014 31-114 31-016 31-116 31-216 31-020 31-120 31-220 31-420 31-124 31-224 31-424 31-126 31-128 31-426 31-132 31-432 31-140 31-440 31-444 31-450 BF-40075 BF-45085 BF-45150 BF-50085 BF-50150 BF-55085 BF-55150 BF-60100 BF-60150 BF-60200 BF-65100 BF-65150 BF-70100 BF-70150 BF-80120 BF-80150 BF-08200 BF-100120 BF-100150 BF-10200 BF-10400-1W BF-12151 BF-12200 BF-12400-1W BF-13150 BF-14150-S BF-14400-1W BF-16150-01 BF-16400-1W BF-20150-01 BF-20400-1W BF-22400-1W BF-25400-1W 72 Technical Advisory Service Tel: +44 (0) 1530 812 857.5 6.0 14. BRICKWORK & HARD MASONRY Product Information DESCRIPTION All-purpose masonry drill bit for rotary percussive drilling machines.0 6.0 6.BLUE FLASHTM FOR CONCRETE. FEATURES 1.0 8.0 10.0 12.0 4. Fax: +44 (0) 1530 812 862 .5 4.0 20.0 16.0 10.0 10.0 13.5 5.0 12.0 7.0 10. Brass brazed tungsten carbide tip.0 5.0 22.0 12.0 25.

co.co.uk 73 .NOTES Technical Advisory Service e-mail: rawlinfo@rawlplug.uk OR rawltech@rawlplug.

NOTES 74 Technical Advisory Service Tel: +44 (0) 1530 812 857. Fax: +44 (0) 1530 812 862 .

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