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The original anchoring technology, now with EJOT global support

LIEBIG anchoring technology and EJOT’s manufacturing and technical support is now one market force following the acquisition of SORMAT in 2017. LIEBIG products are hallmarked classics and the modular nature of the range makes all of these anchors easily adaptable to create bespoke lengths and assemblies quickly, efficiently and cost-effectively.

 

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LIEBIG ANCHOR M6 – M16 General purpose heavy duty anchor

Applied installation torque draws the anchor’s cone into the thick-walled expansion sleeve. This causes the sleeve to be pressed against the sidewalls of the hole and develops tension resistance through friction.

 

 

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LIEBIG SAFETY BOLT Double expansion, heavy duty anchor for increased security

Applied installation torque causes the anchor’s cones to be drawn into the expansion sleeve, causing the sleeve to be pressed against the sidewalls of the hole over its length. This results in optimum frictional resistance and high load capacity in cracked / non-cracked concrete.

 

 

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LIEBIG SUPERPLUS M8-M16 – The undercut fixing system that does not require a special setting tool

Applied installation torque causes the anchor’s cones to be drawn into the expansion sleeve, causing the sleeve to be pressed against the sidewalls of the hole over its length. This results in optimum frictional resistance and high load capacity in cracked / non-cracked concrete.

 

 

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LIEBIG ULTRAPLUS M12-M36 – For exceptionally high loads, also for shock and seismic loads

Applied installation torque causes the anchor’s cones to be drawn into the expansion sleeve, causing the sleeve to be pressed against the sidewalls of the hole over its length. This results in optimum frictional resistance and high load capacity in cracked / non-cracked concrete

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