Please note, the order volume has been updated. This is due to package and minimum order quantities.
Please note, the order volume has been updated to. This is due to package and minimum order quantities.
It’s not always easy to know the resistance of the base materials you’re working with, particularly when you’re dealing with existing concrete, natural stone, refractory stone, porous materials or wood.
There may be no information about the maximum load that can be assigned to an anchor installed in these materials. So you’ll need to carry out an onsite testing.
You can use onsite testing in the design phase and after installation of a fastening system.
Onsite testing during design phase
During the design phase – determine the resistance of a base material and which fastening system to use.
Onsite testing after installation
After installing anchor systems – determine quality and safety. This can be required by building owners or to ensure compliance to local guidelines.
Onsite testing helps verify the quality of installation of an anchoring system. Alternatively, destructive testing for the investigation of the strength in an unknown base material may be conducted.
Our tests are carried out with regularly calibrated test equipment and by expert Hilti engineering staff.
We give you a written report of the test including test data.
For more information contact your local Hilti team and we’ll be happy to help.
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