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<br /> ®<br /> A Joint Publication of NCSEA | CASE | SEI<br /> SPECIAL SECTION<br /> FOUNDATIONS<br /> STRUCTURE<br /> January 2014 Concrete<br /> POWERS' PURE110+ EPOXY ADHESIVE ANCHOR SYSTEM (1:1 RATIO)<br /> WHY DO WE CALL IT PURE110+?<br /> • All adhesive anchor systems are required to be tested at<br /> 110˚F for sustained loading, known as “creep” For Anchoring<br /> Threaded Rod<br /> • Pure110+™ has passed creep<br /> and Rebar<br /> testing and is also approved for both<br /> cracked + uncracked concrete and<br /> seismic loads<br /> • Pure 110+ is the only<br /> approved epoxy that has<br /> the same bond strength at<br /> high temperature (110˚F )<br /> as it does at room<br /> temperature<br /> Adhesive anchors are now<br /> included in the International<br /> Building Code. 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