Hilti‘s HIT-FP 700 R is the industry’s first fire-resistant injectable adhesive anchor for rebar connections. It’s a post-installed solution for concrete-to-concrete connections to help support engineers and contractors build safer fire-rated structures.
Similar to cast-in anchors, this solution is easier to install, does not compromise building integrity under high temperatures, helps ensure code compliance, and supports rebar design for most fire-rated structural connections.
HIT-FP 700 R is a fire-resisting cementitious adhesive anchor with bond strength performance that compares to cast-in rebar, even at temperatures up to 500° C. It also provides the possibility of an efficient and code-compliant solution for most fire-rated structural connections.
- Extensive range of assessment documents – ETA documentation for fire, static and 100 year working life available.
- Compatible with the Hilti SafeSet technique – save time on-site and minimize room for installation errors by using hollow drill bits with a compatible Hilti vacuum cleaner.
- Easier to handle – this cementitious adhesive anchor is compatible with your existing Hilti adhesive dispensers, helping to minimize wastage and time, especially when used with Hilti HDE battery-powered dispensers.
- Specifier support available – use Hilti PROFIS Engineering software to simplify the design of post-installed fire-rated concrete-to-concrete connections, or contact your local Hilti Engineering Team for advice on complex projects.
- Fire-rated post-installed rebar connections, including splice connections between new and existing concrete, new columns, column and beam extensions and closing of openings.
- Post-installed concrete-to-concrete civil applications, including bridge extensions and diaphragm trench walls.
- Compared to vinyl ester and epoxy mortars, FP 700 R is characterized by a longer curing process, similar to typical-weight concrete. This product is engineered in such a way as to allow seamless integration with current state-of-the-art rebar installation processes.