R-GUN Dispenser Gun CFS+

Professional dispensing system for bonded anchors in 300 ml foil loads

Features and benefits

  • Manual operation - no need for external power supply
  • Type of gun used for anchoring strictly depends on the type of cartridge
  • Fast and effortless resin injection
  • Convenient dispensing tool for a range of situations
  • Robust design for all jobsite conditions

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    Product information

    Product Code

    Description

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    R-CFS+-GUN

    300 ml CFS+ GUN

    RV200, RM50, RP30

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    R-CFS+GUN-600

    600 ml CFS+ GUN

    RV200, RM50, RP30

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    R-GUN-CFS+300-P

    300 ml CFS+ GUN

    RV200, RM50, RP30

    transparent

    Applications

    • Gun dedicated for 300 ml CFS+ system
    • For use in a wide range of fastening applications in concrete and solid masonry structures

    Installation guide

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    1. Drill hole to the required diameter and depth for threaded rods size being used.
    2. Clean the hole thoroughly with brush and hand pump at least four times before installation.
    3. Insert foil into gun and attach nozzle.
    4. Dispense to waste until even colour is obtained.
    5. Insert the mixer nozzle to the bottom of the drill hole and inject resin, slowly withdrawing the nozzle as the hole is filled to 70% of its depth.
    6. Immediately insert the rebar, slowly and with slight twisting motion. Remove any excess resin around the hole before it sets and leave it undisturbed until the curing time elapses.
    7. Attach fixture and tighten the nut to the required torque.

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