-Resin sleeves are an effective way to create a fixing where there is a hollow void, such as for perforated bricks or blocks, or a more porous material-for example, blockwork.
-Resin is injected to fill the volume of the sleeve, and then forced through the small perforations when the fixing rod is inserted. This distributes the resin material evenly into the fixing cavity, forming a solid joint between the resin, the sleeve and the fixing.
-Internally threaded sockets are an effective way to create a fixiing that can be removed and re-installed. For example, in concrete a hole is drilled then cleaned and resin is injected to fill the void. Then the socket is installed and allowed to fully cure, then a bolt can be installed into the socket.
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