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Fischer Highbond injection mortar FIS HB 345 S


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360 Milliliter

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Contents 345 

Technical approval

European Technical Approval, Option 1, cracked concrete M 8 – M 24, approval no. ETA-05/0164. For galvanically zinc-plated steel, stainless steel A4 and HCR 1.4529.


The Fischer FHB Highbond injection mortar system is based on styrene-free vinyl ester resin. It is a strong and form-fitting composite that is fit for cracks. Small axial and edge spacing. Installation in the push-through procedure is possible using annular gap backfilling. Optional use with injection cartridge. Highbond from the cartridge is also permitted in moist boreholes and FHB II cartridges are even permitted in water-filled boreholes and under water.

Assembly instruction

The boreholes are to be cleaned thoroughly with a blower and brush. Installation only permitted with torque wrench. With external hardener. A gun with double rods is necessary.
The two resin and hardener components are first mixed when they leave the cartridge. In this way, the remaining content of the cartridge continues to function. It is only necessary to screw on a new mixing tube after long interruptions (only for cartridges, not mortar cartridges).


- extremely quick curing thanks to cartridge FHB II - PF
- low concrete component thicknesses
- high load carrying capacity in cracked concrete
- variable applications using cartridges and glass capsules.

The Fischer Highbond injection mortar and cartridges are only permitted in conjunction with Fischer FHB anchor rods. The anchor rods are not included in the price of the Fischer mortar cartridges. Every cartridge comes with 2 mixing tubes. For proper and compliant installation, cleaning tools, special application guns and mixing tubes are necessary.

The Fischer FHB Highbond injection mortar system is used to fasten heavy objects in cracked concrete. Main areas of application include metal structures, facade substructures, railings, noise barriers, machines, and much more.