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Simpson launch new range of chemical anchors and fixings

Simpson Strong-Tie has launched an innovative new range of chemical anchors and fixings, adding to its impressive portfolio of revolutionary products and services. Designed to meet the needs of a comprehensive set of applications, the range includes the Poly-GP - a styrene free resin ideal for medium duty use in hollow or solid block applications; from fixing timber to masonry to the installation of satellite dishes, the ETA approved AT-HP resin; specially formulated for high performance for fixing threaded rods or rebar into concrete and, completing the range for particularly high specifications is the SETXP - a pure epoxy resin.

 

New range og chemical anchors

Available in a variety of cartridge sizes the resins are complimented by Simpson’s extensive range of threaded rods alongside a full range of installation accessories.

Managing Director of Simpson Strong-Tie, Malcolm Paulson, said: “The launch of our chemical anchors range coincides with the expansion of our Anchor Support Division. Steve Canty is joined by Paul Cruickshank and Laurence Parker, forming a highly experienced team, providing technical support and engineering advice on site, where it's needed the most.”

 

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