Simpson SET-3G is a high-strength epoxy adhesive that's been formulated for anchoring threaded rod and rebar doweling in cracked and uncracked concrete. The new SET-3G epoxy has a higher temperature range than previous SET epoxies for better performance and consistency.
Includes: (1) EMN22i mixing nozzle and (1) extension
Manufacturer Name: Simpson Strong-Tie
Cartridge Size: 22-oz. side-by-side cartridge
Compatible Tools: Simpson Strong-Tie EDT22S, EDTA22P, EDTA22CKT dispensing tools / EMN22i mixing nozzle
- Exceptional performance — superior bond strengths permit ductile solutions in high seismic areas.
- Design flexibility — improved sustained load performance at elevated temperature.
- Jobsite versatility — can be specified for all base material conditions when in-service temperatures range from -40°F (-40°C) to 176°F (80°C).
- Recognized per ICC ES AC308 for post-installed rebar development and splice length design provisions.
- Approved for installation with multiple vacuum-drill bit systems without further hole cleaning. See Code Report (ESR-4057) and Engineering Letter for approved systems.
- Wire brush hole-cleaning system for conventional blow-brush-blow cleaning method for anchoring.
- With higher bond strengths, ductile solutions can often be achieved with SET-3G in high seismic areas.
- Low-odor formulation.
- Manufactured in the USA using global materials.
- During the installation of SET-3G, when the correct installation processes are followed, there is no performance difference between water-saturated concrete, water-filled holes, or submerged concrete.
- For use with potable water.
- Threaded rod anchor and rebar dowel installations in cracked and uncracked concrete under a wide variety of environmental installation and use conditions
- Installation in downward, horizontal and upwardly inclined (including overhead) orientations
- Qualified for use in structures assigned to Seismic Design Categories A through F
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