The latest innovation from Simpson Strong-Tie, AT-XP® anchoring adhesive has been formulated for high-strength anchorage of threaded rod and rebar into concrete under a wide range of conditions. AT-XP adhesive dispenses easily in cold or warm environments with little to no odor, and when mixed properly is a teal color for easy post-installation identification.
Code-listed per IAPMO UES ER-263 in accordance with ICC-ES AC308 and IBC 2009 requirements for cracked and uncracked concrete in static or seismic conditions, AT-XP anchoring adhesive has demonstrated superior performance in reduced-temperature testing (14°F (-10°C)), has NSF/ Standard 61 certification (43.2 in2/1000 gal), and is made in the USA.
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- AT-XP adhesive has passed the demanding adverse condition tests of ICC-ES AC308 pertaining to reduced temperature, elevated temperature and long-term creep
- Code-listed per IAPMO UES ER-263
- Can be used under static and seismic loading conditions in both cracked and uncracked concrete
- Low-odor formula dispenses easily at below-freezing temperatures without the need to warm cartridge
- Cures in substrate temperatures as low as 14°F in 24 hours or less
- Easiest hole-cleaning method – no power brushing needed
- When properly mixed, adhesive will be a teal color for easy identification
- Available in 9.4 oz., 12.5 oz. and 30 oz. cartridges for jobsite versatility
USES / APPLICATIONS
- Threaded rod anchoring into concrete
- Rebar doweling into concrete
- Suitable for horizontal, vertical and overhead applications
NEW IAPMO UES ER-263 (Cracked and Uncracked Concrete)
NEW IAPMO UES ER-281 (Masonry)
INSTALLATIONIMPORTANT For installation instructions, click here.
When the concrete temperature is at or below freezing, ensure any holes drilled in advance are free of frost or ice.
See below for Installation Information and Additional Data for Threaded Rod and Rebar in Normal-Weight Concrete.
Nine months from date of manufacture in unopened cartridge.
For best results store between 32°F–80°F (0°C– 27°C). Partially used cartridges can be stored for a limited time by leaving nozzle in place. To re-use, attach new nozzle.
Resin — black-green, initiator — white
When properly mixed, adhesive will be a uniform teal color.
Uncured material — Wipe up with cotton cloths. If desired, approved solvents, such as ketones (MEK, acetone, etc.), lacquer thinner, or adhesive remover can be used. DO NOT USE SOLVENTS TO CLEAN ADHESIVE FROM SKIN. Take appropriate precautions when handling flammable solvents. Solvents may damage surfaces to which they are applied. Cured material — Chip or grind off surface.
Under the ASTM C 881 test method, 3.5 minutes for a 60g mass at 73°F (23°C)
ACCESSORIES / RELATED PRODUCTS
Very good to excellent against distilled water and inorganic acids. Fair to good against organic acids and alkalis, inorganic alkalis and many organic solvents. Poor against ketones. For more detailed information, contact Simpson Strong-Tie .
Anchoring adhesive shall be a two-component, high-solids, acrylic-based system supplied in manufacturer's standard cartridge and dispensed through a static-mixing nozzle supplied by the manufacturer. The adhesive anchor shall have been tested and qualified for performance in cracked and uncracked concrete per ICC-ES AC308. Adhesive shall be AT-XP® adhesive from Simpson Strong‑Tie, Pleasanton, CA. Anchors shall be installed per Simpson Strong‑Tie instructions for AT-XP adhesive. For additional questions, contact Simpson Strong‑Tie.
For water-saturated concrete (including damp or water-filled holes), the cure times must be doubled.
AT-XP® Adhesive Cartridge System
- Cartridge estimation guides are available here.
- Detailed information on dispensing tools, mixing nozzles and other adhesive accessories is available here.
- Use only Simpson Strong-Tie® mixing nozzle in accordance with Simpson Strong-Tie instructions. Modification or improper use of mixing nozzle may impair AT-XP adhesive performance.
- One AMN19Q nozzle and one nozzle extension is supplied with each cartridge.
Installation Information and Additional Data for Threaded Rod and Rebar in Normal-Weight Concrete1
- The information presented in this table is to be used in conjunction with the design criteria of ICC-ES AC308.
- Minimum and maximum embedment depths are set so as to fit the ICC-ES AC308 design model.