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There is also ESR-2322 for Hilti "adhesive"
anchors.  These use epoxy.  I didn't think epoxy anchors were considered
adhesive anchors as that term was used in the UBC, but that probably doesn't
matter here.  Someone recently mentioned
Hilti's design CD too.



MJ



 


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Message:


>Now that California
is on the 2006 IBC, we get to use ACI's new "Rocket Science" method
of designing concrete anchors.  I found a couple good design examples of
this procedure at the ends of the following ICC Evaluation Service
Reports:  ESR-1771 and ESR-1917.


Bob Garner, S.E.<





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