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Schaan, Liechtenstein

A through-penetration device has a molded body consisting essentially of an intumescent foam material and having at least one penetration opening for one line. An outer contour of the molded body has protrusions extending radially outward for anchoring within a cast building component, which protrusions form undercuts in building component as the building component is being cast. In addition, a mounting plate that can be axially pushed onto the through-penetration device, sealing the penetration openings, is provided. As the through-penetration device is produced, a liquid coating material is applied to a surface of a foaming mold, and then a foam mass containing a predetermined percentage of intumescent material is introduced into the foaming mold. After a foaming process, the coating material forms a water-impermeable skin on the foamed molded body.

Described is a resin mixture comprising a vinyl ester resin and a co-polymerizable compound, which bears at least two methacrylate groups, some of which is replaced by an itaconic acid ester. It is possible to control the properties of the composition, such as the curing, through the selection of the itaconic acid ester. In addition and beyond this feature, it is possible to formulate resin compositions that exhibit a certain amount of bio-based carbon.

A resin mixture comprises a vinyl ester urethane resin as the base resin, wherein the vinyl ester urethane resin can be obtained by reacting a dianhydrohexitol compound with a diisocyanate to obtain a product and reacting the obtained product with a hydroxy substituted (meth)acrylate. The resin mixture can be used to produce a reactive resin mortar containing that resin mixture and inorganic aggregates, organic aggregates or a mixture thereof. The reactive resin mortar can be used for chemical fastening.

Hilti Ag | Date: 2015-04-24

A reaction resin composition that can be used for the chemical fastening of anchoring means in boreholes and for construction gluing is described. The composition includes (A) a resin component, which contains at least one radically hardenable compound and at least one epoxy resin, which contains, on average, more than one epoxy group per molecule, and a (B) hardener component, which contains a hardening agent for at least one radical compound and at least one amine. The radically hardenable compound and hardening agent in each case being reaction-inhibiting spatially separated from one another. In an embodiment the composition contains no Cu, Mn, and iron compound, and no bridging compound. The ratio of double bond value to epoxy value nDB:nEP in the resin component is between 0.01 and 0.55 or between 5 and 50.

Hilti Ag | Date: 2015-04-24

A packaging for multi-component adhesives comprises (1) a first section which contains at least three individual components of the multi-component adhesive and (2) a second section which contains at least two individual components of the multi-component adhesive. The individual components of the multi-component adhesive are distributed to the two sections in such a way that a reaction between the individual components is prevented and hardening of the adhesive takes place only after complete mixture of the individual components. This makes stable storage of the components possible.

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