Chemical Anchor


Dr. Fix Chemical Anchor is a thixotropic, dual-component chemical anchor based on polyester.

Generally used in construction for rebar planting in concrete and stone walls.
Used in anchoring and mounting applications exposed to high magnitude loads.
Applicable on all types of concrete and stone surfaces.

Additionally, due to its rapid curing, strong adhesion, and heavy load-bearing capacity, it is increasingly preferred by individual users and for fine construction work.
Dr. Fix Chemical Anchor can be used in the installation of chemical baths and kitchen plumbing, cable channels, and mounting of metal and wooden materials.

Application Areas

In the mounting of heavy loads on concrete and stone surfaces.
In the anchoring of reinforcement and connecting rods.
In the anchoring of bolts and pins.
Mounting of metal and wooden construction materials.
Installation of metal profiles, cable channels, bathroom and kitchen plumbing.
It solidifies like concrete. Can be used as repair mortar.


Suitable for all types of concrete and metal, various solid and hollow materials.
All known porous construction materials.

Easy to use and apply.
Fast curing
Wide range of applications.
Waterproof and leak-proof fixing.
It is thixotropic, can be used on vertical surfaces.
It has high resistance to chemical substances.


345ml dual-component cartridge
Box: 20 pieces
Pallet: 60 boxes

Standard Colors:

Technical Information:

Chemical Base: Polyester
Density: 1.65 g/ml
Consistency: Stable Paste
Curing System: Chemical Reaction

Curing time (at 20°C and 50% RH)

Temperature Initial Curing Time
-5°C 50 minutes 90 minutes
5°C 21 minutes 50 minutes
15°C 6 minutes 35 minutes
25°C 3 minutes 30 minutes
35°C 2 minutes 25 minutes

Pot Life: ~7-10 min. (at 20ºC)
Temperature Resistance: Up to +80°C (up to 110°C due to rapid heat increase)
Dynamic Elasticity Modulus: 3,300 N/mm²
Bending Strength (7 days): 18-20 N/mm² according to TS EN 196-1
Compressive Strength (7 days): 60-70 N/mm² according to TS EN 196-1
Adhesion (Concrete 7 days): ≥ 4 N/mm² (failure in concrete)
Pull-out resistance: ≤ 0.6 mm (at 75 kN load) according to EN 1181
Creep under tensile load: ≤ 0.6 mm (after 3 months at 50 kN load) according to EN 1544
Standard: Compliant with TS EN 1504-6

Shelf Life and Storage:
When stored in a closed package at a dry and cool place between 5°C and 25°C, it has a shelf life of 12 months.