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SUPERSTAR - anchor in stainless steel Φ10x80mm


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“SUPERSTAR” - anchor in stainless steel Ø10x80mm
 
Weight: 123 g
 
The SUPERSTAR resin stainless steel anchor diam.10 with a shank length of 80 mm is by far the most prized in the whole world.
 
This "top-quality" is due especially to the following specifications.
1.   It is made of 304 L stainless steel. In nearly any environmental conditions it is totally resistant to corrosion and its life is guaranteed for at least 10 years.
2.   The 50 mm length knurled shank is well-marked. The resin anchor’s gripping action is by far the most resistant and reliable, specially if compared with other resin anchors that have only a cross ridged shank or worse those that have lengthwise punched shanks, the latter being extremely unreliable and dangerous.

3.   The particular shape of the eye has been studied to allow optimal falling resistance either by cutting strain or extraction. The pulling resistance, marked at 35 kN, is greater than 50kN in test results.

The anchor’s eye also allows easy attachment, if necessary, of at least two carabiners at the same time, or, inserting a 10 mm diameter flattened and folded rope through the eyelet.
The SUPERSTAR anchor's eyelet allows top-roping without barely ruining the ropes protective cover given that the texture is perfectly smooth without any cuts or grooves.
4.   The anchor's appearance (like all our climbing anchors and belays) comes in a slightly matt light grey colour, creating a less noticeable impact on the environment.
 
INSTRUCTIONS for a correct installation of RAUMER resin anchors:
 
The fixation of the anchors via chemical glue is on the whole simple but at the same time very tricky. If not enough attention is paid to the instructions of use the hold and the pulling resistance can become consequently very risky.
 
We particularly propose two types of chemical glue:

A)  BICOMPONENT EPOSSIDIC RESIN, IN APPROPRIATE CARTRIDGE.

B)  POLYESTER RESIN IN GLASS TUBES.
 
We supply here below some basic information concerning both fixing methods.
 
Method A:
1.   Choose a solid area in the rock, free from cracks and if possible away from borders o edges.
2.   With a hammer hit the chosen area of the rock to ensure its consistency.
3.   Perform the hole perpendicularly on the drilling level. (Attention! The hole diameter should be 2 mm larger than the anchor shank diameter). The depth should not exceed 5 mm the length of the shank of the chosen anchor. This is to avoid any unnecessary waste of resin.
4.   Clean the hole via an appropriate pump or better still with a simple rubber tube and then blow hard into it. With a pipe cleaner remove completely any dust remained in the hole.
5.   By means of an appropriate injection gun inject the right quantity of resin into the hole.
6.   Insert the anchor until the eye touches the rock and with a few semi-turns ensure that the anchor shank is completely stuck to the resin. A small quantity of resin should ooze out of the edge of  the hole ensuring that it is completely full. Place the anchor in direction of hold. While carrying out all these points it is advisable to use latex gloves to protect one's hands.
7.   For fixation on an overhang, follow the previous instructions up to "insert the anchor". Once placed it is necessary to keep it in position by inserting a couple of "toothpicks" (or something similar) between the edge of the hole and the shank of the anchor. Without this little technique the anchor tends to unthread from the vertical hole due to its weight. Once hardened these two “toothpicks” can be broken off without any problem.
8.   Once resined wait 24 hours before using the anchor or better still wait at least 2/3 days.
 
Method B:
With the chemical fixation via glue in glass tubes, follow points in method A up to point 4 (included). Afterwards it is necessary:
1.   Take a polyester resin tube and hold it for a few seconds, the hand temperature tends to soften the resin contents making it drop to the bottom of the tube while air will remain in the top part. Insert the tube into the cleaned hole paying attention that the air is pointing towards the inside.
2.   Insert the anchor into the hole already occupied by the glass tube and with a few hammer hits break the tube. With strong hammer hits, hit the top of the anchor eye, and at the same time turn the anchor for at least 10 turns to fix it in place definitely.
It is very important to carry out these instructions with care, it is vital that the catalyst vial inside the glass tube breaks, allowing the hardening additive to completely mix with the polyester resin. Only in this condition will the polyester glue be efficient!
Note: Some difficulty is involved in the instructions described above (the presence of the glass tube in the hole can make it difficult to insert the anchor):
For this purpose RAUMER has designed a little device (art.302), to use with SDS Plus hammers which allows optimal fixation of anchors in a few seconds without any fatigue.
3.   Once the gluing procedure has been carried out point the anchor eye in the direction of the fall and wait at least 24 hours before using the anchor.
 
Rt = 35 kN     Ra = 35kN


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