High flexibility: approval-compliant fixing with Superbond injection mortar FIS SB and injection mortar FIS EM.
Anchorage in diamond-drilled drill holes with injection mortar FIS EM.
Cost-effective and quick installation.
Variable anchoring depth corresponding to load requirement.
Tensile and shear forces in the joints between old and new concrete are absorbed and safely redirected.
The advantages / Product description
The approved system for building renovation.
Due to its geometry and ease of installation, FCC is the rapid and economic alternative compared to the conventional installation method with bent iron.
Dimensioning of the anchorage is possible thanks to the building approval. Thus, the system offers maximum security.
Variable anchoring depths allow for ideal adaptation to the load to be applied, and ensure an optimised installation time and use of materials.
Depending on site conditions, the FCC can be anchored, in compliance with the approval, with the injection mortars FIS SB or FIS EM Plus.
In conjunction with FIS EM Plus, FCC is also approved for use in diamond-drilled drill holes.
The fischer concrete-concrete shear connector FCC is an approved system for building renovation. The fischer FCC can be used in line with site conditions with fischer injection mortars FIS V, FIS EM, and FIS SB. To do so, the mortar is injected from the drill hole base and the fischer concrete-concrete shear connector FCC is lightly rotated manually down to the drill hole base. The fischer concrete-concrete shear connector FCC is suitable for renovating bridges or to increase their load capacity, to increase the loads of ceilings or to reinforce supports.
Application and approval
Increasing load capacity of bridges
Increasing loads of ceilings during conversion, for example
Reinforcement of foundations, piers, columns and walls
Renovation of car park ceilings following corrosion damage
Concrete C20/25 to C50/60, cracked and non-cracked
Fixing in old concrete B 25 to B 55
You can find detailed information on building materials in the registration document.
The system consists of injection mortar (FIS SB or FIS EM Plus) and the concrete-concrete shear connector FCC.
The mortar is injected bubble-free from the drill hole base.
The mortar adheres the drill hole wall to the shear connector FCC.
The shear connector is set manually, by lightly rotating it until it reaches the drill hole base.
The tensile and shear forces arising in the joints between the old and new concrete are absorbed by the FCC-H and safely redirected.