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KF2

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Edition: April 2012


April 2012

KF2

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Contents
Introduction

KF2 selection guide


4

Performance data
5
Estimating guide

Installation instructions

Health and safety

Suggested specification

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KF2
Introduction
The KF2 adhesive system consists of a cartridge and a static mixing nozzle for use
in attaching reinforcing bar and threaded rod to concrete, brickwork, and blockwork.
It is suitable for close to edge and high vibration applications and can be used with
the studs, mesh sleeves and accessories.

Product description
KF2 adhesive is packaged in a 420ml co-axial dispensing cartridge which includes a
special drive unit. A manually operated tool is used to dispense the adhesive which
is designed for use in the installation of threaded rod in solid concrete and masonry
materials. It can also be used with mesh tubes and threaded rod in hollow masonry
base materials. KF2 adhesive mortar bonds the anchor rod to the base material so no
expansion forces are exerted against the walls of the hole in the base material. This
makes the mortar ideal for use in anchoring to a variety of base materials ranging
from soft common brick to hard stone.
KF2 cartridges contain 420 ml of material. The cartridge is designed for use with the
Multi PRO dispensing tool CGPRO-4, designed for use with all Powers adhesives.
KF2 can also be dispensed using the dedicated CG380KF2 gun.
Each cartridge has pre-measured amounts of resin and hardener. The cartridges
are supplied with a special mixing nozzle to insure complete and proper mixing of
the components. As the components are pumped through the mixing nozzle, they
pass through a series of static mixing elements. The elements properly divide and
recombine the components to provide precise automatic mixing.

KF2 setting time


The setting times listed for the KF2 adhesive vary according to the base material
temperature. The working time is the maximum time during which the mortar can
be dispensed before it begins to set and starts when the cartridge is pumped. The
curing time is the minimum time required for the KF2 adhesive mortar to reach its
published load capacities.
BASE MATERIAL
TEMP. (C)
35
30
20
10
5

WORKING TIME
(Minutes)
2
4
6
12
20

CURING TIME
(Minutes)
20
25
45
80
120

KF2 Selection guide


KF2 cartridges are packaged individually along with two mixing nozzles.
The Multi-PRO (CG PRO-4) manual injection tool is designed with a pump style drive
mechanism which has a high pump ratio to provide fast dispensing. The base unit is
a unique design which allows for the dispensing of different cartridge sizes consisting
of different component ratios. The CG PRO-4 will dispense the 385ml (3:1) cartridge,
the 585ml cartridge (3:1), 380ml (10:1) cartridge and 300ml (10:1) cartridge. CG PRO-4
is ideal for those who use the entire Powers adhesive range.

PART NO

DESCRIPTION

QTY

KF2

1x420ml cartridge and 2 mixing nozzles

CGPRO-4

Dispensing tool for Powers adhesives

CG380KF2

Dispensing tool for KF2 only

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Performance data
For anchor spacing, edge distance and combined loading information,
please refer to Section 8 of the Specification Guide. For critical spacing and
edge distance Rs=1.00 and Re(t & s)=1.00.

Spacing and
Edge Distance

Working stress design


Allowable working loads are based on the lesser of the allowable bond strength and
allowable steel strength.
ANCHOR
SIZE
mm

DRILL

M8
M10
M12
M16
M20
M24

10
12
14
18
24
28

80
90
110
125
170
210

ANCHOR
SIZE
mm

DRILL

EMBED. DEPTH
mm

M8
M10
M12
M16
M20
M24

10
12
14
18
24
28

mm

mm

EMBED. DEPTH
mm

CONCRETE 32 MPa
ALLOWABLE BOND
STRENGTH
kN

4.9
6.6
9.5
15.9
24.7
35.6
CONCRETE 32 MPa
ALLOWABLE BOND
STRENGTH
kN

80
90
110
125
170
210

5.6
7.7
13.2
20.9
34.7
63.0

ALLOWABLE STEEL STRENGTH kN


CLASS 5.8
CLASS 8.8
316 S/S
(zinc & gal)

7.6
12.1
17.5
32.7
51.0
73.4

(zinc & gal)

11.7
18.6
27.0
50.0
81.2
117.2

(A4-50)

8.1
12.8
18.6
24.5
53.9
77.9

ALLOWABLE STEEL STRENGTH kN


CLASS 5.8
CLASS 8.8
316 S/S
(zinc & gal)

4.2
6.7
9.8
18.6
29.0
41.8

(zinc & gal)

6.5
104
15.1
28.6
46.3
66.7

Tension

Shear

(A4-50)

5.0
7.9
11.5
21.4
33.4
48.3

Incorporated Safety Factors


(Tension and Shear):
Allowable bond strength
(concrete) fsc = 3
Allowable steel strength
fss = 2.5

Limit state design


Anchor design capacities are based on the lesser of the design capacity concrete
and design steel capacity
ANCHOR
SIZE
mm

M8
M10
M12
M16
M20
M24

ANCHOR
SIZE
mm

M8
M10
M12
M16
M20
M24

DRILL
mm

EMBED.
DEPTH
mm

10
12
14
18
24
28

80
90
110
125
170
210

DRILL
mm

EMBED.
DEPTH
mm

10
12
14
18
24
28

80
90
110
125
170
210

CONCRETE 32 MPa
DESIGN
CAPACITY
NA (kN)

8.8
11.8
17.1
28.6
44.5
64.1
CONCRETE 32 MPa
DESIGN
CAPACITY
VA (kN)

10.1
13.9
23.8
37.6
62.5
113.4

CLASS 5.8

DESIGN STEEL CAPACITY


CLASS 8.8
316 S/S (A4-50)

Ntf (kN)

Ntf (kN)

Ntf (kN)

15.2
24.1
35.1
65.3
101.9
146.8

23.4
37.1
53.9
100.0
162.4
234.4

16.2
25.6
37.2
69.0
107.8
155.8

CLASS 5.8

DESIGN STEEL CAPACITY


CLASS 8.8
316 S/S (A4-50)

Vf (kN)

Vf (kN)

Vf (kN)

8.5
13.5
19.7
37.1
58.0
83.6

13.0
20.8
30.2
57.1
92.6
133.4

10.1
15.9
23.1
42.8
66.8
96.6

Anchor
Design Tension
Capacities

Anchor Design
Shear
Capacities

Note: Performance data is based on critical spacing and edge distance design criteria.

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Design for strength limit state


Design is based on the lesser of the concrete and steel capacities.

N* NA,tf Tension

V* VA,f Shear
(N*/NA,tf )5/3 + (V* / VA,f )5/3 1
Combined loading
Where:

N* =

V* =

NA,tf =

VAf =
Concrete:
NA =
VA
=


=
Steel:
Ntf =
Vf
=


=

Design tension force (kN)


Design shear force (kN)
Anchor design tension capacity (kN)
Anchor design shear capacity (kN)
Characteristic ultimate tension load capacity (kN)
Characteristic ultimate shear load capacity (kN)
0.6 [Strength reduction factor] tension and shear
Nominal tension capacity of steel (kN)
Nominal shear capacity of steel (kN)
0.8 [Capacity factor tension and shear]

Characteristic ultimate load capacities in masonry walls


The strength of masonry varies widely, therefore, job site tests to develop load capacities
are recommended. The loads in these tables should be used as guidelines only and
are based on tests conducted in multiple wythe walls.
Characteristic ultimate load capacities in 20.5 MPa brick
ROD SIZE

HOLE SIZE

mm

mm

EMBEDMENT
DEPTH
mm

8
10
12
16

10
12
14
18

80
80
80
80

GUIDE
TORQUE
Nm
2.0
6.0
11.0
24.0

SOLID BRICK
TENSION
kN
4.5
8.3
9.4
10.3

SHEAR
kN
4.5
9.3
12.8
16.0

Characteristic ultimate load capacities in 7.0 MPa block


ROD SIZE

The characteristic ultimate load


capacities listed are based on
using Class 4.6 threaded rod

HOLE SIZE

mm

mm

EMBEDMENT
DEPTH
mm

8
10
12
16

10
12
14
18

80
80
80
80

GUIDE
TORQUE
Nm
2.0
6.0
11.0
24.0

SOLID BLOCK
TENSION
kN
1.9
3.7
4.7
6.2

SHEAR
kN
1.9
4.2
6.4
9.6

Note: Refer to the Powers Adhesive Anchoring Systems Design Manual for masonry design criteria
Design guidelines:
Working stress design
Divide characteristic ultimate load capacities by a factor of safety of 3.
Limit state design
Multiply characteristic ultimate load capacities by = 0.6.

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Estimating guide
Refer to Powers website, www.powers.com.au, downloads section and under software
you can download the latest Powers Adhesive Volume Calculator

Installation instructions
For installation instruction refer to the Adhesive Anchoring Systems Design Manual

Health and safety


Material safety data sheet available on request. (Ref. Chemwatch report 59224) or
via the Powers website.

Suggested specification
Powers Fasteners

KF2 Injection System


Stud / Re-bar size, length, plating
Drill size, mm
Embedment depth, mm
Contact Powers Fasteners for CAD Specification file.

April 2012

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