A high strength, internally threaded socket combined with a chemical anchor resin designed for asphalt, tarmac, concrete and solid substrates.
It is suitable for temporary or permanent fixings including cycle lane bollards, traffic calming measures, parking barriers, fencing, shelters and edge protection. Performance loads up to 15kN in recent tests.
PRO V asphalt anchors impart no stress to the fixing area either during installation or the lifetime of the anchor in contrast to traditional expansion or wedge anchors. Using the PRO V asphalt anchor negates the need to dig out sections of asphalt and pour concrete to form a fixing point enabling you to fix directly into the asphalt.
To install PRO V asphalt anchors, a hole is drilled in the asphalt and filled with PRO V200 injection resin. The asphalt anchor is twisted into the resin until it is flush with the surface. The displaced resin is forced into the cracks and voids in the asphalt and any gravel layer below, creating a strong bond.
Use with PROV 200 injection resin
Base materials: asphalt, tarmac, concrete
Base material condition: dry, wet, water filled.
VERSATILE – Fix securely into asphalt, tarmac and other base materials
STRENGTH – High performance loads up to 15kN in recent tests
REUSE – Fixture can be removed and replaced
FLEXIBLE – Sizes to suit various applications
RESILIENCE – High chemical and water resistance
INSTALLATION – No expansion stress in the base material
SPEED – Smaller holes when compared to traditional fixings
Cycle lane bollards
Traffic calming measures
PRO V asphalt anchors and PRO V200 resin are being used to secure thousands of cycle lane separator bollards across the country.Read more
Proventure have recently supplied 700no M10x100mm PRO V asphalt anchors and PRO V200 injection resin, for the installation of conveyor equipment at Newcastle Airport.Read more
Proventure have recently supplied M12x100 PRO V Asphalt anchors and PRO V200 injection resin for the installation of traffic calming systems at Ashworth High Security Hospital.Read more