Repair Timber Beam Ends
Pour Structural Epoxy Resin to repair wood
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Structural Epoxy Pouring Resin - pour resin for timber beam end repairs and strength upgrades
Summary - how to Repair or upgrade the strength of a damaged Timber Beam:
1. Cut out all loose and damaged timber - remove all dust and debris.
2. Reinforce - ask for our Free Design Service - cut slots or holes for Steel, Glass, Carbon or Stainless Steel Rods.
4. Fill - complete the repair with Structural Epoxy Pouring Resin.
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Structural Epoxy Pouring Resin - 1.0 litre, 2.5 litre and 7.5 litre
A three part epoxy Resin, supplied as two liquids and separate aggregate, in a large plastic mixing tub.
Ideal for forming strong, uniform bearing areas and mounting pads for machinery and bearing support pads for timber and steel structural beams.
Also designed for pouring into holes and voids in timber and concrete.
Ideal for use with Epoxy/Glass, Carbon and Steel bars and plates, as part of a composite, reinforced repair structure.
Pouring Structural Epoxy Resin as a base for a beam end bearing into a shutter box.
Example of Structural Epoxy Pouring Resin in use - end reinforcement of large decayed beam
By careful placing of High Tensile Zinc Plated Allthread to our Design the loss of long grain strength could be made up with multiple connectors,
the Structural Epoxy Pouring Resin then completing the composite, reinforced repair structure.
Epoxy being poured into a 'dug out' shutter box as a repair to a rotted section.
Structural Epoxy Pouring Resin for casting onto existing structures
Structural Epoxy Pouring Resin can be poured or injected into structures to extend them or to replace lost material.
Often the connection is made from High Tensile threaded bar, stainless bar, deformed rebar or spiral twist bars. Epoxy-glass and carbon are also used in some situations.
For a Data Sheet, giving Structural Characteristics - click here
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David Moore, B.A. (Hons.), C.T.I.S., C.R.D.S. Technical Author