S&P Resin 220 is a solvent-free, thixotropic, grey, two-component epoxy resin adhesive that has been specially developed for bonding carbon fibre laminates (S&P C-Laminate). The material properties of the fresh and the hardened adhesive have been tested in the reinforcement system and are incorporated into the FRP Lamella software.
Field of application
Pressure bonding of S&P C-Laminate on concrete, steel and wood
- Steel strips and plates on concrete
- Concrete elements
- Ready-to-use (no filler required)
- User-friendly pot life
- High adhesive strength and bonding strength
- Remains firm on both vertical and horizontal surfaces such as ceilings
- High mechanical strength
- Hardens without shrinkage
- Impermeable to water and water vapour
Consumption: approx. 1.75 kg/m² per mm layer thickness
Documentation and Literature
|Units of 5 kg and 15 kg (Comp. A + Comp. B)|
|Components A + B may be stored for 1 year. Storage between +10 °C and +25 °C. Homogenise before use; slowly warm up and homogenise frozen or super-cooled material.|
|Item number||Article||Packaging unit / weight||Dimension|
|LARESI22005||S&P Resin 220 (5kg)||1 pce = 6.15 kg||H x Ø = 0.28 m x 0.25 m|
|1 pallet = 280.00 kg / 42 pieces||L x B x H = 1.20 m x 0.80 m x 0.98 m|
|LARESI22015||S&P Resin 220 (15kg)||1 piece = 16.35 kg||H x Ø = 0.45 m x 0.25 m|
|1 pallet = 478.00 kg / 28 pieces||L x B x H = 1.20 m x 0.80 m x 1.07 m|
For detailed safety information it is recommended to seek advice in the current safety data sheet.
Application / Mixing:
- Stir the individual components separately and then add component A to component B and mix thoroughly until the colour is uniformly grey and free of any streaks. Place the mixed material in a different container in order to reveal any inadequacies in the mixture. Mix slowly (< 400 rev/min) in order to avoid mixing air into the mixture.
- Before the adhesive is applied, the surface of the laminate must be cleaned with a cloth soaked in S&P Cleaner.
- Where appropriate, first apply a layer of adhesive onto the substrate with a spatula to a thickness of approx. 1 mm.
- Apply a 2 – 3 mm thick layer of adhesive uniformly onto the laminate.
- Within the time the adhesive remains workable, press the laminate into the layer of adhesive previously applied and imbed it uniformly with a pressure roller until the adhesive is pressed out of the joint on both sides. Residual minimum adhesive thickness: 1 mm; maximum thickness: 4 mm.
- Adhesive is best applied to the laminate using a special gluing set.
- Once the adhesive has hardened, check that the bonding is complete over the entire area by tapping or knocking across the surface.
- Fire protection requirements must be complied with, as epoxy adhesives generally have limited temperature resistance.
- The surface of the laminates can be painted over to ensure visual uniformity.
Workable from +8 °C to +35 °C. Substrate temperature must be at least 3° C above dew point temperature!