Incotep supplies high quality monobar, self-injection, wire rope rods for workloads from 05 to 200 tons.
Rods are structural elements introduced in the terrain through own drilling, capable of transmitting traction forces between its ends: the end that is outside the terrain (head), and the end that is inside the structure (length/anchored section). Besides helping in the stabilization of soils and rocks.
Components of a Anchoring
Formed by three main parts: the head, the length/anchored section and the length/free section.
It is the part of the rod that supports the structure. There are the most varied configurations, depending on each project/soil and its main components are the support or anchoring plates, degree wedge and anchoring block.
It is the part that is in charge of transmitting the forces of the rod to the terrain, being constituted by an agglutinant which envelops the steel. This agglutinant, in most of the cases, is the cement that is injected in the form of slurry.
This is generally formed by the simple mixture of water and cement.
In the free section, the steel must be cement-free, in other words, there mustn’t be adherence of the steel to the slurry. To do so, it is usual practice to coat the steel with material that isolates it from the slurry, such as grease, tube or plastic hose (PEAD – high density polyethylene), flexible material bandage, etc.