Link to the video by clicking the photo below to see how easy this cement based anchor is to install.
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As easy to apply as stucco, no smell, just cement, and has a Class A Fire Rating. Projects include Penthouse applications with as little as 26SF, Tower applications of 7,000SF and elevator shafts up to 100,000SF. Click video below to see application video.
Two recents applications of RureGold Cement Based Carbon Fiber for masonry tower application, one specified (King Juan Carlos Tower, NYU) and one, unforeseen conditions (Lehigh University) during stabilization project. Second project as a result of Architect having previous knowledge and use of the Rurgold on another project. Whiting Turner saved weeks on project schedule, supporting ConSpec’s SIP vs ROAR Philosophy.
SATURATED SURFACE DRY – Gives new meaning to the term when you have to hit several repeated times with a hose. Think the brick was a bit dry for this interior application?. A 3 gallon spray can is definitely not the preferred method of application to get an SSD surface on this brick, prior to the application of our RureGold Cement Based Carbon Fiber at the King Juan Carlos Tower at NYU. Skyline as always did an impeccable job. Link – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-EXzToIzkQ
ENGINEERS, PLEASE CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING – I just spoke with a national anchor testing lab. They told me that to get the test anchors out of the concrete, THEY USE A TORCH! Think about it. Ever wonder why resin anchors aren’t allowed over 6 stories in the UK, something else to think about.
After being specified for a Prestress Plank Parking Structure in CT which also employed spray applied Zinc based upon the breath-ability of the Ruredil Cement Based System, a second application is now being considered for a New York Project. A Class A Fire Rating, ease or application, ability to be applied in damp or wet conditions as well as a ductile failure mode make it the preferred system over its resin alternative systems.
Another parking garage repair was also started in Jerusalem and an application on a 3 hr fire rated mechanical room concrete slab in Seattle will be done this month.
Attributes not available with resin systems make Ruredil the preferred product. While Ruredil’s Carbon Fiber is used primarily for masonry strengthening and repair , which makes it a primary consideration for distressed masonry structures in storm damage areas, its Class A Fire Rating and ease of application have it gaining ground for concrete applications. Storm ravaged areas considering their “saturated” condition will allow Ruredil to be immediately applied to all distressed concrete and masonry applications, unlike their resin alternatives. The fact that any qualified mason who can handle a trowel, can apply Ruredil, is also a major consideration. Basically if you can install a stucco or a EIFS system you can install Ruredil.