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EPCON C8 AWARDED WRAS APPROVAL

The Water Regulations Advisory Scheme (WRAS) has approved the use of Epcon C8 Extreme, a high performing epoxy resin from Spit, for the maintenance or installation of water treatment systems and associated applications.

Epcon C8 Extreme is an epoxy resin that has been specifically formulated for rebar and stud applications requiring a high load capacity. In gaining a WRAS approval Spit has been able to show that this product complies with the Regulators Specifications for approved products in accordance with the Water Regulations.

The new formulation resin is also the first to achieve a European Technical Approval for rebar applications. This approval provides assurance that the Epcon C8 Extreme is reliable and complies with all necessary Building Regulations.

Epcon C8 Extreme has also been approved for use in wet and diamond drilled holes, and rebar applications up to 32mm diameter. It can be injected at temperatures from 5 to 35°C, providing the same high performance level without the need to heat the cartridge.

Suitable for extreme applications, CSTB fire tested and NF approved, Epcon C8 offers reliability and high performance at both low and high temperatures. Phenol and Stryrene free it has virtually no odour, making it ideal for indoor applications.

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