Mapei launches new range of chemical fasteners
Dubai, November 5, 2012
Mapei, a global in adhesives and sealants for buildings, has launched its new range of chemical fasteners for all construction-related anchoring needs, at The Big 5 International Building & Construction Show 2012 in Dubai.
The Big 5 Show opened today (November 5) at the World Trade Center, and will run until November 8.
The products officially unveiled in the Middle East during the exhibition include Mapefix EP, a chemical anchor for structural loads; Mapefix PE SF, a chemical anchor for light loads; and Mapefix VE SF, chemical anchor for heavy loads.
“The new Mapefix product line provides superior adhesive solutions for anchoring heavy loads, structural loads and light loads,” said Nisreen Salman, market manager – Building line, IBS-Mapei.
“The Mapefix EP, Mapefix PE SF and Mapefix VE SF have been certified according to ETA European Standards, which guarantees the quality and high-level performance of the Mapefix product line.
“The Big 5 is the region’s premier networking event for all key players in the Middle East construction industry and related sectors. It therefore serves as the perfect platform to launch our latest products and showcase the superior qualities of our industry-leading adhesive solutions. During the exhibition, we aim to provide visitors a better understanding of our latest range of Mapefix chemical fasteners, and what makes them an indispensible tool for any construction project,” he added.
Mapefix EP is certified according to ETA 09/0006 European Standards option 1 (anchors in concrete tension zones) and option 7 (anchors in concrete in compressed areas) reaction to fire, a statement said.
Mapefix PE SF is certified according to ETA European Standards option 7 (anchors in concrete in tension zones). Mapefix VE SF is certified according to the European Standards option 7 (anchors in concrete in tension zones), ETA rebar (supplementary reinforcement) and fire certification, according to the statement. – TradeArabia News Service
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