EJOT® Anchoring technology
High reliability and best quality
EJOT® Anchoring technologyWith the acquisition of the Finnish fastening and anchoring specialist SORMAT in 2017, EJOT has greatly expanded its product portfolio and its expertise in the field of anchoring technology. As fastening experts for advice and development, we can offer technically demanding application solutions for anchoring.
Whether for fastening balcony or stair railings, for anchoring large machines, for fastening crampons or for the substructure of wall cladding - EJOT products are used in numerous areas and always have high load-bearing capacities.
Large product portfolio for different requirementsOn the one hand, the wide product portfolio includes solutions for mechanical anchoring in non-cracked and cracked concrete. On the other hand, our range also includes chemical and thus expansion pressure-free products for heavy-duty fastening in concrete and masonry.
The anchors can be distinguished according to their mode of action as follows:
- Expansion anchors
- Mode of action: Frictionally engaged
- Product examples: BA Plus Through Bolts, LIEBIG® Safety Bolts and Drop-in anchors
- Undercut anchors
- Mode of action: Form closure
- Product examples: LIEBIG® SUPERPLUS, LIEBIG® ULTRAPLUS
- Screw anchors
- Mode of action: Form closure (multiple undercut)
- Product example: Concrete screws JC2
- Chemical anchors
- Mode of action: Adhesive bond
- Product example: Multifix USF
You can find more information on the three modes of action in our guide.
LIEBIG® heavy-duty anchors
- In particular LIEBIG® undercut anchors stand for the highest tensile and shear load capacities
- Different head styles and materials for secure embedment indoors and outdoors
- The undercut generates a form closure in the concrete and guarantees high load bearing capacities
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