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Anchoring Systems

4.2.2

HIT HY 150 Injection Adhesive Anchor

4.2.2.1 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION


The Hilti HIT HY150 System is based on a hybrid adhesive. The system consists of a dual cylinder adhesive refill pack, a mixing
nozzle, a HIT dispenser with refill pack holder, and either a threaded rod, rebar, smooth dowel, HIS internally threaded insert or eyebolts.
HY150 is specifically designed for fastening into solid base materials such as concrete, grout, stone or solid masonry.

Fastener Components

HY150 Refill Pack

HIT Refill Pack Holder

Mixing Nozzle

HIT Internally
Threaded Inserts
HIS Internally
Threaded Inserts
HIT or HAS
Threaded Rods
Rebar (supplied by
contractor)
Eye Bolt (supplied
by contractor)

Product Features

Seismic qualified per ICBO ES AC58, ASTM E-1512


Accurate dispensing of resin and hardener directly into the hole drilled in solid base material
Mixing tube ensures proper mixing and eliminates measuring errors
Environmentally friendly, contains no styrene; virtually odorless.
Cures quickly over a large range of base material temperatures
Excellent weathering resistance; high temperature resistance
High load capacities, ideal for rebar installation
Soap and water cleanup (before curing)

Guide Specifications
Masterformat section: 03250 (Concrete accessories)
Related Sections: 03200 (Concrete ReinforcingReinforcing
Accessories)
05050 (Metal Fabrication)
05120 (Structural Steel; Masonry Accessories)
Injectable adhesive shall be used for installation of all reinforcing steel
dowels or threaded anchor rods and inserts into new or existing concrete. Adhesive shall be furnished in side by side refill packs which
keep component A and component B separate. Side by side packs
shall be designed to compress during use to minimize waste volume.
Side by side packs shall also be designed to accept static mixing nozzle which thoroughly blends component A and component B and
allows injection directly into drilled hole. Alternately, product may be
furnished in large rigid cartridges for high volume work. Only injection
tools and static mixing nozzles as recommended by manufacturer shall
be used. Manufacturers instructions shall be followed. Injection adhesive shall be formulated to include resin, hardener, cement and water
to provide optimal curing speed as well as high strength and stiffness.

Maximum recommended curing time at 68F shall be 45 minutes.


Injection adhesive shall be HIT HY 150, as furnished by Hilti, Inc.,
Tulsa, OK.
Anchor RodsShall be furnished with chamfered ends so that either
end will accept a nut and washer. Alternatively, anchor rods shall be
furnished with a 45 degree chisel point on one end to allow for easy
insertion into the adhesive-filled hole. Anchor rods shall be manufactured to meet the following requirements: 1. ASTM A36 (standard carbon steel anchor) 2. ISO 898 Class 5.8 3. ISO 898 Class 8.8 4. ASTM
A193, Grade B7, Type 2 (high strength carbon steel anchor); 5. AISI
304 or AISI 316 stainless steel, meeting the requirements of ASTM F593 (condition CW).
Special order length HAS or HIT Rods may vary from standard product, but meet or exceed the minumum fu mechanical properties of standard rods.
Nuts and washersshall be furnished to meet the requirements of
the above anchor rod specifications.

Listings/Approvals

International Conference of Building Officials (ICBO): Evaluation Report #5193


City of Los Angeles (COLA): Research Report # 25257
Southern Building Code Congress International (SBCCI) Report No. 9930
For specific DOT and Municipality Approvals, contact the Hilti Technical Staff
NSF/ANSI Standard 61 certification for use in potable water

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4.2.2

4.2.2.2 MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS


Material Properties for HY150
Compressive Strength ASTM C579

71.8 N/mm2

10,420 psi

Tensile Strength ASTM C307

15.9 N/mm

2310 psi

Flexural Strength ASTM C580

29.3 N/mm2

4250 psi

Modulus of Elasticity ASTM C307

7032 N/mm2

1.02 x 106 psi

Water Absorption ASTM D570


Electrical Resistance DIN/VDE 0303T3

0.12%

0.12%

2x1011 OHM/cm

7.9x1010 OHM/in.

MECHANICAL
PROPERTIES
fy
min. fu
ksi (MPa)
ksi (MPa)

Material

Standard HAS rod material meets the requirements of ASTM A36


36 (248)
58 (400)
High Strength or Super HAS rod material meets the requirements of ASTM A193, Grade B7
105 (724)
125 (862)
Stainless HAS & HAS-E rod material meets the requirements of ASTM F593 (AISI 304) Condition CW 3/8" - 5/8"
65 (448)
100 (689)
Stainless HAS & HAS-E rod material meets the requirements of ASTM F593 (AISI 304) Condition CW 3/4" -1 1/4"
45 (310)
85 (586)
Standard HAS-E rod material meets the requirements of ISO 898 Class 5.8
58 (400)
72.5(500)
Super HAS-E rod material meets the requirements of ISO 898 Class 8.8
92.8(640)
116 (800)
HIS Insert 9SMNPB36K Carbon Steel conforming to DIN 1651
56 (390)
71 (490)
HIS-R Insert X5CrNiMo17122 K700 Stainless Steel conforming to DIN 17440
35 (241)
74 (510)
HAS Standard Nut material meets the requirements of ASTM A563, Grade A
HAS Super, HAS-E Standard & HAS-E Super Nut material meets the requirements of ASTM A563, Grade DH
HAS & HAS-E Stainless Steel Nut material meets the requirements of ASTM F594
HAS Standard and Stainless Steel Washers meets dimensional requirements of ANSI B18.22.1 Type A Plain
HAS Super, HAS-E Standard & HAS-E Super Washers meet the requirements of ASTM F436
All HAS standard & HAS Super Rods (except 7/8"), HAS-E Standard & HAS-E Super, HIS inserts, nuts & washers are zinc plated to ASTM B633 SC1
7/8" HAS Standard & HAS Super rods hot-dip galvanized in accordance with ASTM A153
HIT-I Insert Material meets 9S MN PB 28K steel conforming to DIN 1651
HIT-A Rod Material meets 9S MN PB 36K or 9S MN 36K steel conforming to DIN 1651. Mechanical properties meet or exceed ASTM A36.
Note: Special Order product may vary from standard materials, but meets or exceeds mechanical properties of HAS materials.

4.2.2.3 TECHNICAL DATA


HY150 Installation Specification Table for HIT or HAS Threaded Rods
HIT Rod Size
Details
dbit:

bit diameter

hnom:

std. depth of embed.1

in.
(mm)
in.

/8

(9.5)
7

/16

/2

(12.7)
9

/16

/8

(15.9)
11

/16

/4

/8

(22.2)

(25.4)

11/4
(31.8)

/16

(24mm)

11/16

11/2

(19.1)
13

in.
(mm)

31/2
(90)

41/4
(110)

5
(125)

65/8
(170)

71/2
(190)

81/4
(210)

12
(305)

Embed ft lb
> hnom
(Nm)
Max.
Embed ft lb
tightening HAS SS
torque
HAS-Super <hnom
(Nm)

18
(24)

30
(41)

75
(102)

150
(203)

175
(237)

235
(319)

400
(540)

15
(20)

20
(27)

50
(68)

105
(142)

125
(169)

165
(224)

280
(375)

h: min. base material


thickness (@ std. embed.)

51/2
(140)

61/4
(160)

71/8
(180)

81/2
(220)

91/2
(240)

101/2
(270)

15
(380)

Small Refill Pack @ std. embedment

50

31

18

10

Large Cartridge @ std. embedment

185

114

67

35

30

23

Tmax:

HAS Std.
HIT Rods

in.
(mm)

dbit

Tmax
hef

t


Approximate Fastenings per:

1. Data available for varying embedments; see Load Tables.

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HIT HY 150 Injection Adhesive Anchor

HIS Insert Specification Table


HIS Insert
Details
dbit: bit diameter

/8

in.
(mm)

(9.5)
1

/4

(15.9)

(19.1)

/8

11/8

11/4

/16

/8

(12.7)

11

in.

/2

hnom: std. depth of embed.


in.
= capsule length
(mm)

4 /4
(110)

5
(125)

6 /8
(170)

8 /4
(210)

th: useable thread


length

in.
(mm)

1
(25)

13/16
(30)

11/2
(40)

2
(50)

Tmax: Max. tightening


torque

ft lb
(Nm)

18
(24)

35
(47)

80
(108)

160
(217)

in.
(mm)

63/8
(162)

71/2
(191)

10
(254)

123/8
(314)

TE-5, 15, 18M

TE-18M, 25

h:

min. base material


thickness

Recommended Hilti
Rotary Hammer Drill

dbit

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h
hnom

Tmax

ef

TE-55, 75

INTO

HY150 Installation Specification Table for HIT-I Inserts


5

Std.

hnom: std. depth of


embedment

/2

3 /8
(86)

in.
(mm)

Std.

/2

in.

/2 Insert

(9.5)
Short

/8 Insert

(7.9)

Details
dbit: bit diameter

/16 Insert

Anchor Size: in.


(mm)

Std.

11

/16

11

/16

3 /8
(86)

2
(51)

(12.7)

Short

11

Solid Base

/16

11

2
(51)

3 /8
(86)

2
(51)

Short

/16

INTO

HY150 Installation Specification Table for Rebar in Concrete


Rebar Size:
Details
dbit: bit diameter1

in.

No. 3
7

/16

No. 4
5

/8

No. 5
3

/4

No. 6
7

/8

Solid Base

No. 7

No. 8

No. 9

No. 10

No. 11

11/8

13/8

11/2

19/16

1. Rebar diameters may vary. Use smallest drill bit which will accommodate rebar.

Combined Shear and Tension Loading


Nd
Nrec

Vd
Vrec

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4.2.2

HIT HY 150 Allowable and Ultimate Bond/Concrete Capacity for


HAS and HIT Rods in Normal Weight Concrete1,2,3,4
HIT HY-150 Allowable Bond/Concrete Capacity
Tensile
Shear
Anchor Embedment fc = 2000 psi
Diameter
Depth
(13.8 Mpa)
lb (kN)
in (mm)
in (mm)

3/8
(9.5)

1/2

(12.7)

5/8
(15.9)

3/4
(19.1)

7/8
(22.2)

1
(25.4)

11/4
(31.8)

HIT HY-150 Ultimate Bond/Concrete Capacity


Tensile
Shear

fc = 4000 psi

fc = 2000 psi

fc = 4000 psi

fc = 2000 psi

fc = 4000 psi

fc = 2000 psi

fc = 4000 psi

(27.6 Mpa)
lb (kN)

(13.8 MPa)
lb (kN)

(27.6 Mpa)
lb (kN)

(13.8 MPa)
lb (kN)

(27.6 Mpa)
lb (kN)

(13.8 MPa)
lb (kN)

(27.6 Mpa)
lb (kN)

13/4
(44)

720
(3.2)

1265
(5.6)

955
(4.3)

1350
(6.0)

2710
(12.1)

4750
(21.1)

3820
(17.0)

5400
(24.0)

31/2
(89)

1895
(8.4)

2705
(12.0)

1550
(6.9)

2195
(9.8)

7120
(31.7)

10160
(45.2)

6200
(27.6)

8780
(39.1)

51/4
(133)

2635
(11.7)

2800
(12.5)

3090
(13.7)

4370
(19.4)

9880
(44.0)

10510
(46.8)

12360
(55.0)

17480
(77.8)

21/8
(54)

1220
(5.4)

1575
(7.0)

1445
(6.4)

2045
(9.1)

4580
(20.4)

5910
(26.3)

5785
(25.7)

8185
(36.4)

41/4
(108)

2725
(12.1)

3935
(17.5)

2350
(10.5)

3325
(14.8)

10220
(44.5)

14760
(65.7)

9400
(41.8)

13300
(59.2)

63/8
(162)

4300
(19.1)

5295
(23.6)

4685
(20.8)

6625
(29.5)

16140
(71.8)

19860
(88.3)

18735
(83.3)

26495
(117.9)

21/2
(64)

1620
(7.2)

1985
(8.8)

2040
(9.1)

2885
(12.8)

6090
(27.1)

7460
(33.2)

8160
(36.3)

11540
(51.3)

5
(127)

4395
(19.6)

5250
(23.4)

3315
(14.7)

4685
(20.8)

16480
(73.3)

19690
(87.6)

13255
(59.0)

18745
(83.4)

71/2
(191)

6025
(26.8)

8225
(36.6)

6600
(29.4)

9335
(41.5)

22595
(100.5)

30850
(137.2)

26405
(117.5)

37345
(166.1)

33/8
(86)

2365
(10.5)

3925
(17.5)

3585
(15.9)

5075
(22.6)

8870
(39.5)

14720
(65.5)

14355
(63.9)

20300
(90.3)

65/8
(168)

4655
(20.7)

8885
(39.5)

5645
(25.1)

7985
(35.5)

17460
(77.7)

33330
(148.3)

22590
(100.5)

31945
(142.1)

10
(254)

9515
(42.3)

12140
(54.0)

11370
(50.6)

16080
(71.5)

35695
(158.8)

45530
(202.5)

45485
(202.3)

64330
(286.2)

33/4
(95)

3080
(13.7)

4800
(21.4)

4495
(20.0)

6350
(28.2)

11555
(51.4)

18000
(80.1)

17980
(80.0)

25430
(113.1)

71/2
(191)

7845
(34.9)

11020
(49.0)

7300
(32.5)

10325
(45.9)

29430
(130.9)

41000
(182.3)

29210
(129.9)

41310
(183.8)

111/4
(286)

13330
(59.3)

16645
(74.0)

14550
(64.7)

20575
(91.5)

49990
(222.4)

62425
(277.7)

58200
(258.9)

82305
(366.1)

41/8
(105)

3445
(15.3)

4865
(21.6)

5500
(24.5)

7780
(34.6)

12920
(57.5)

18250
(81.2)

22010
(97.9)

31125
(138.5)

81/4
(210)

8330
(37.1)

11635
(51.8)

8940
(39.8)

12640
(56.2)

31250
(139.0)

43640
(194.1)

35755
(159.1)

50565
(224.9)

123/8
(314)

15540
(69.1)

19525
(86.85)

17810
(79.2)

25185
(112.0)

58280
(259.3)

73220
(325.7)

71235
(316.9)

100740
(448.1)

6
(152)

4645
(20.7)

7000
(31.1)

11125
(49.5)

15730
(70.0)

17430
(77.5)

26265
(116.8)

44500
(198.0)

62925
(279.9)

12
(305)

15490
(68.9)

20770
(92.4)

18070
(80.4)

25555
(113.7)

58085
(258.4)

77900
(346.5)

72285
(321.6)

102225
(454.7)

15
(381)

19210
(85.5)

26815
(119.3)

26410
(117.5)

37345
(166.1)

72040
(320.5)

100560
(447.3)

105630
(469.9)

149385
(664.5)

1. Influence factors for spacing and/or edge distance are applied to concrete/bond values above, and then compared
to the steel value. The lesser of the values is to be used for the design.
2. Concrete shear capacity based on the concrete capacity design method (CCD).
3. All values based on holes drilled with carbide bit (see page 236) and cleaned with wire brush.
4. For sill plate attachments, see tables on page 69.
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Allowable Steel Strength for Carbon Steel HAS or HIT Rods1


Rod
Diameter
in. (mm)

HAS or HIT Standard


ASTM A36
Tensile
Shear
lb (kN)
lb (kN)

HAS-E Standard
ISO 898 Class 5.8
Shear
Tensile
lb (kN)
lb (kN)

3/8
2115
1090
2640
1360
(9.5)
(9.4)
(4.8)
(11.7)
(6.0)
1/2
3755
1935
4700
2420
(12.7)
(16.7)
(8.6)
(20.9)
(10.8)
5/8
5870
3025
7340
3780
(15.9)
(26.1)
(13.5)
(32.7)
(16.8)
3/4
8455
4355
10570
5445
(19.1)
(37.6)
(19.4)
(47.0)
(24.2)
7/8
11510
5930
14385
7410
(22.2)
(51.2)
(26.4)
(64.0)
(33.0)
1
15030
7745
18790
9680
(25.4)
(66.9)
(34.5)
(83.6)
(43.0)
1 1/4
23490
12100
29360
15125
(31.8)
(104.5)
(53.8)
(130.6)
(67.3)
1. Steel strength as defined in AISC Manual of Steel Construction (ASD):
Tensile = 0.33 x Fu x Nominal Area Shear = 0.17 x Fu x Nominal Area

HAS-E Super
ISO 898 Class 8.8
Tensile
Shear
lb (kN)
lb (kN)

HAS Super
ASTM A193 B7
Tensile
Shear
lb (kN)
lb (kN)

4230
(18.8)
7515
(33.4)
11745
(52.2)
16910
(75.2)
23020
(102.4)
30065
(133.7)
46975
(209.0)

4555
(20.3)
8100
(36.0)
12655
(56.3)
18225
(81.1)
24805
(110.3)
32400
(144.1)
50620
(225.2)

2180
(9.7)
3870
(17.2)
6050
(26.9)
8710
(38.7)
11860
(52.8)
15490
(68.9)
24200
(107.7)

2345
(10.4)
4170
(18.5)
6520
(29.0)
9390
(41.8)
12780
(56.9)
16690
(74.2)
26080
(116.0)

Ultimate Steel Strength for Carbon Steel HAS or HIT Rods1


Rod
Diameter
in. (mm)

HAS or HIT Standard


ASTM A36
Tensile
Shear
Yield
lb (kN)
lb (kN)
lb (kN)

HAS-E Standard
ISO 898 Class 5.8
Yield
Tensile
Shear
lb (kN)
lb (kN)
lb (kN)

HAS-E Super
ISO 898 Class 8.8
Yield
Tensile
Shear
lb (kN)
lb (kN)
lb (kN)

3/8
2790
4800
2880
4495
6005
3605
7190
(9.5)
(12.4)
(21.4)
(12.8)
(20.0)
(26.7)
(16.0)
(32.0)
1/2
5110
8540
5125
8230
10675
6405
13170
(12.7)
(22.7)
(38.0)
(22.8)
(36.6)
(47.5)
(28.5)
(58.6)
5/8
8135
13345
8010
13110
16680
10010
20975
(15.9)
(36.2)
(59.4)
(35.6)
(58.3)
(74.2)
(44.2)
(93.3)
3/4
12040
19220
11530
19400
24020
14415
31040
(19.1)
(53.5)
(85.5)
(51.3)
(86.3)
(106.9)
(64.1)
(138.1)
7/8
16620
26155
15695
26780
32695
19620
42845
(22.2)
(73.9)
(116.3)
(69.8)
(119.1)
(145.4)
(87.3)
(190.6)
1
21805
34165
20500
35130
42705
25625
56210
(25.4)
(97.0)
(152.0)
(91.2)
(156.3)
(190.0)
(114.0)
(250.0)
1 1/4
34890
53385
32030
56210
66730
40035
89930
(31.8)
(155.2)
(237.5)
(142.5)
(250.0)
(296.8)
(178.1)
(400.0)
1. Steel strength as defined in AISC Manual of Steel Construction (LRFD):
Yield = Fy x Tensile Stress Area Tensile = 0.75 x Fu x Nominal Area Shear = 0.45 x Fu

Allowable Steel Strength for


Stainless Steel HAS Rods1
Rod
Diameter
in. (mm)

HAS-E SS
AISI 304 SS
Shear
Tensile
lb (kN)
lb (kN)

HAS SS
AISI 304/316 SS
Tensile
Shear
lb (kN)
lb (kN)

3/8
3645
1875
3645
1875
(9.5)
(16.2)
(8.3)
(16.2)
(8.3)
1/2
6480
3335
6480
3335
(12.7)
(28.8)
(14.8)
(28.8)
(14.8)
5/8
10125
5215
10125
5215
(15.9)
(45.0)
(23.2)
(45.0)
(23.2)
3/4
12390
6385
12390
6385
(19.1)
(55.1)
(28.4)
(55.1)
(28.4)
7/8
16865
8690
16865
8690
(22.2)
(75.0)
(38.6)
(75.0)
(38.6)
1
22030
11350
22030
11350
(25.4)
(98.0)
(50.5)
(98.0)
(50.5)
1 1/4
34425
17735
34425
17735
(31.8)
(153.1)
(78.9)
(153.1)
(78.9)
1. Steel strength as defined in AISC Manual of Steel
Construction (ASD):
Tensile = 0.33 x Fu x Nominal Area
Shear = 0.17 x Fu x Nominal Area

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9610
(42.7)
17085
(76.0)
26690
(118.7)
38435
(171.0)
52315
(232.7)
68330
(304.0)
106765
(474.9)

5765
(25.6)
10250
(45.6)
16015
(71.2)
23060
(102.6)
31390
(139.6)
41000
(182.4)
64060
(285.0)

HAS Super
ASTM A193 B7
Yield
Tensile
Shear
lb (kN)
lb (kN)
lb (kN)
8135
(36.2)
14900
(66.3)
23730
(105.6)
35120
(156.2)
48480
(215.7)
63600
(282.9)
101755
(452.6)

10350
(43.4)
18405
(79.0)
28760
(125.7)
41420
(185.7)
56370
(256.9)
73630
(337.0)
115050
(511.8)

6210
(27.6)
11040
(49.1)
17260
(76.8)
24850
(110.5)
33825
(150.5)
44180
(196.5)
69030
(307.1)

x Nominal Area

Ultimate Steel Strength for


Stainless Steel HAS Rods1
Rod
Diameter
in. (mm)

HAS-E SS
AISI 304 SS
Tensile
Shear
Yield
lb (kN)
lb (kN)
lb (kN)

HAS SS
AISI 304/316 SS
Yield
Tensile
Shear
lb (kN)
lb (kN)
lb (kN)

3/8
5035
8280
4970
5035
8280
4970
(9.5)
(22.4)
(36.8)
(22.1)
(22.4)
(36.8)
(22.1)
1/2
9225
14720
8835
9225
14720
8835
(12.7)
(41.0)
(65.5)
(39.3)
(41.0)
(65.5)
(39.3)
5/8
14690
23010
13805
14690
23010
13805
(15.9)
(65.3)
(102.4)
(61.4)
(65.3)
(102.4)
(61.4)
3/4
15050
28165
16800
15050
28165
16800
(19.1)
(66.9)
(125.3)
(75.2)
(66.9)
(125.3)
(75.2)
7/8
20775
38335
23000
20775
38335
23000
(22.2)
(92.4)
(170.5)
(102.3)
(92.4)
(170.5)
(102.3)
1
27255
50070
30040
27255
50070
30040
(25.4)
(121.2)
(222.7)
(133.6)
(121.2)
(222.7)
(133.6)
1 1/4
43610
78235
46940
43610
78235
46940
(31.8)
(194.0)
(348.0)
(208.8)
(194.0)
(348.0)
(208.8)
1. Steel strength as defined in AISC Manual of Steel Construction (LRFD):
Yield = Fy x Tensile Stress Area
Tensile = 0.75 x Fu x Nominal Area
Shear = 0.45 x Fu x Nominal Area

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HIT HY 150 Injection Adhesive Anchor

4.2.2

HIT HY150 Allowable Bond Strength and Steel Strength for HIS Internally Threaded Inserts
Bond Strength in Concrete2

Embedment
Depth
in. (mm)

Anchor
Diameter
in. (mm)
3

/8

(9.5)
1

/2

(12.7)

/8

(15.9)

/4

(19.1)

Steel Bolt Strength1,2

_> 2000 psi (13.8 MPa)


lb (kN)

Tension
lb (kN)

Shear
lb (kN)

41/4
(108)

3180
(14.1)

4860
(21.6)

1875
(8.3)

5
(127)

4570
(20.3)

8635
(38.4)

3335
(14.8)

6 5/8
(168)

7460
(33.2)

13500
(60.1)

5215
(23.2)

8 1/4
(210)

9165
(40.8)

19440
(86.5)

7510
(33.4)

HIT HY150 Ultimate Bond Strength and Steel Strength for HIS Internally Threaded Inserts
Bond Strength in Concrete2

Embedment
Depth
in. (mm)

Anchor
Diameter
in. (mm)
3

/8

(9.5)
1

/2

(12.7)
5

/8

(15.9)
3

/4

(19.1)

Steel Bolt Strength1,2

_> 2000 psi (13.8 MPa)


lb (kN)

Tension
lb (kN)

Shear
lb (kN)

41/4
(108)

12715
(56.6)

9935
(44.2)

5960
(26.5)

5
(127)

18275
(81.3)

17665
(78.6)

10600
(47.2)

6 5/8
(168)

29840
(132.7)

27610
(122.8)

16565
(73.7)

8 1/4
(210)

36660
(163.1)

39760
(176.9)

23855
(106.1)

1. Steel values based on AISC values for A325 bolts (fy= 92 Ksi, fu = 120 ksi).
2. Use lower value of either bond or steel strength for tensile load.
INTO

HIT HY 150 Allowable Loads with HAS or HIT Threaded Rods or HIT-I Inserts in
Lightweight Concrete 3000 psi (20.7 N/mm2)
Anchor Diameter
in. (mm)

Embedment Depth
in.
(mm)

3/8

13/4

(9.5)
1/2
(12.7)
5/8
(15.9)

31/2
21/8
41/4
21/2
33/8

( 45 )
( 90 )
( 55 )
(110)
( 65 )
( 85 )

Tension1
lb
(kN)
745
1220
975
1210
1200
1760

(3.3)
(5.4)
(4.3)
(5.4)
(5.3)
(7.8)

Solid Base

Shear lb (kN)1
HIT or HAS STD

1090
1090
1935
1935
2480
3025

( 4.8 )
( 4.8 )
( 8.6 )
( 8.6 )
(11.0)
(13.5)

HAS Super

1280
2345
2130
4170
2480
4000

HAS SS (304SS)

( 5.7 )
(10.4)
( 9.5 )
(18.5)
(11.0)
(17.8)

1280
1875
2130
3335
2480
4000

( 5.7 )
( 8.3 )
( 9.5 )
(14.8)
(11.0)
(17.8)
INTO

HIT HY 150 Ultimate Loads with HAS or HIT Threaded Rods or HIT-I Inserts in
Lightweight Concrete 3000 psi (20.7 N/mm2)
Anchor Diameter
in. (mm)
3/8

Embedment Depth
in.
(mm)

Shear lb (kN)1

Tension lb (kN)1
HIT or HAS STD

HAS Super

HAS SS (304SS) HIT or HAS STD

( 45 )
2980 (13.3)
2980 (13.3)
2980 (13.3)
(9.5)
31/2
( 90 )
4800 (21.4)
4920 (21.4)
4920 (21.4)
1/2
21/8
( 55 )
3900 (17.3)
3900 (17.3)
3900 (17.3)
(12.7)
41/4
(110)
4840 (21.5)
4840 (21.5)
4840 (21.5)
5/8
21/2
( 65 )
4800 (21.4)
4800 (21.4)
4800 (21.4)
(15.9)
33/8
( 85 )
7040 (31.3)
7040 (31.3)
7040 (31.3)
1. Loads are based on the lesser of allowable steel strength or concrete capacity
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Solid Base

2880 (12.8)
2880 (12.8)
5125 (22.8)
5125 (22.8)
8010 (35.6)
8010 (35.6)

HAS Super

HAS SS (304SS)

5150 (22.9)
6210 (27.6)
8520 (37.9)
11040 (49.1)
9920 (44.1)
15980 (71.1)

4970 (22.1)
4970 (22.1)
8520 (37.9)
8835 (39.3)
9920 (44.1)
13805 (61.4)

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4.2.2

HIT HY 150 Injection Adhesive Anchor


INTO

HIT HY 150 Allowable Loads for Threaded Rods in


Grout-Filled Concrete Masonry Units (ASTM C-90 Block) 1, 2, 3, 4
Distance from Edge
in.
(mm)

Anchor Diameter Embedment Depth


in. (mm)
in. (mm)
3/
8

( 9.5 )

3 1/2

( 88.9 )

1/
2

(12.7)

4 1/4

( 108 )

5/
8

(15.9)

( 127 )

3/
4

(19.1)

6 5/8

(168.3)

4
_>12
4
_>12
4
_>12
4
_>12

Solid Base

Shear lb (kN)6

Tension
lb
(kN)

(101.6)
(304.8)
(101.6)
(304.8)
(101.6)
(304.8)
(101.6)
(304.8)

HIT or HAS STD

HAS Super

HAS SS (304SS)

1550 ( 6.9 )

1090

( 4.8)

2345

(10.4)

1875

1785 ( 7.9 )

1935

( 8.6)

2020
4170

( 9.0)
(18.5)

2020 ( 9.0)
3335 (14.8)

2020
3025
2020
4355

( 9.0)
(13.5)
( 9.0)
(19.4)

2020
5625
2020
5625

( 9.0)
(25.0)
( 9.0)
(25.0)

2020
5215
2020
5625

2265 (10.1)
3740 (16.6)

( 8.3)

( 9.0)
(23.2)
( 9.0)
(25.0)
INTO
INTO

HIT HY 150 Ultimate Loads for Threaded Rods in


Grout-Filled Concrete Masonry Units (ASTM C-90 Block) 1, 2, 3, 4
Tension lb (kN)

Distance from Edge


in.
(mm)

Anchor Diameter Embedment Depth


in. (mm)
in. (mm)

HIT or HAS STD

HAS Super

Solid
SolidBase
Base

Shear lb (kN)

HAS SS (304SS) HIT or HAS STD

HAS Super

HAS SS (304SS)

3/
8

(9.5)

3 1/2

(88.9)

4
_>12

(101.6)
(304.8)

4800 (21.4) 6200 (27.6) 6200 (27.6)

2880 (12.8) 6210

(27.6) 4970

(22.1)

1/
2

(12.7)

4 1/4

(108)

4
_>12

(101.6)
(304.8)

7140 (31.8) 7140 (31.8) 7140 (31.8)

5125 (22.8)

8075

5/
8

(15.9)

(127)

4
_>12

(101.6)
(304.8)

9060 (40.3) 9060 (40.3) 9060 (40.3)

8010 (35.6)

3/
4

(19.1)

4
_>12

(101.6)
(304.8)

14970 (66.6) 14970 (66.6) 14970 (66.6)

6 5/8 (168.3)

1. Values are for lightweight, medium weight or normal weight concrete masonry units
conforming to ASTM C90 with 2000 psi grout conforming to ASTM C474.
2. Embedment depth is measured from the outside face of the concrete masonry unit.
3. Values are for anchors located in the grouted cell, head joint, bed joint, T joint,
cross web or any combination of the above.

(35.9) 8075

(35.9)

11040 (49.1) 8835

(39.3)

8075

(35.9)

(35.9) 8075

17260 (76.8) 13805 (61.4)

8075 (35.9) 8075

(35.9) 8075

(35.9)

11530 (51.3) 22500 (100.1) 16800 (75.2)

4. Values for edge distances between 4 inches and 12 inches can be calculated by
linear interpolation.
5. Loads are based on the lesser of bond strength, steel strength or base material
strength.
6. Loads are based on the lesser of steel strength or base material strength.

Anchor Spacing and Edge Distance Guidelines for Grout-Filled Block


Influence of Anchor Spacing and Edge Distance
3

Edge Distance for Shear and Tension:


Hollow Block and Lightweight Block
ccr = 12 in. (305mm) minimum from free edge
cmin = 4 in. (102mm) minimum from free edge

Anchor in.
/8
/2
/8
/4
Size (mm) (9.5) (12.7) (15.8) (19.1)
in. 3 1/2
4 1/4
5
6 5/8
hnom
(mm) (90) (110) (125) (170)

s
V
c

Anchor Spacing for Shear and Tension:


Hollow Block & Lightweight Block
scr = smin = One (1) anchor per cell, or 8 in. (203mm) minimum

hnom = standard embedment depth

Allowable Loads for Attachment of Sill Plates to f 'c = 2000 PSI Normal Weight Concrete with HIT HY 150
Anchor Diamenter
in.
(mm)
1/
2

5/
8

(12.7)
(15.9)

Embedment Depth
in.
(mm)

4 1/4 (108.0)
5

(127.0)

Edge Distance
in.
(mm)

1 3/4 (44.5)
2

3/
4

Tension
lb
(kN)

Load Parallel
to Edge

Shear lb (kN)
Load Perpendicular
to Edge

1280

(5.3)

1445 ( 6.4)

400

(1.8)

(69.9)

1800

(8.1)

2103 ( 9.5)

845

(3.8)

1 3/4 (44.5)

1700

(7.6)

1445 ( 6.4)

400

(1.8)

2 3/4 (69.9)

2725 (12.1)

2455 (10.9)

960

(4.3)

Allowable Loads for Attachment of Sill Plates to top of grout filled block wall with HIT HY 150
Anchor Diamenter
in.
(mm)

Embedment Depth
in.
(mm)

Edge Distance
in.
(mm)

Tension
lb
(kN)

Load Parallel
to Edge

Shear lb (kN)
Load Perpendicular
to Edge

1 3/4 (44.5)

1395

(6.2)

1425 ( 6.3)

560

(2.5)

2 3/4 (69.9)

1795

(8.0)

2085 ( 9.3)

1110

(4.9)

1 3/4 (44.5)

1840

(8.2)

1800 ( 8.0)

680

(3.0)

2
(69.9)
1965 (8.7)
3070 (13.7)
1. Loads are based on concrete or masonry failure. Steel strength must be checked separately.

1110

(4.9)

1/
2

5/
8

(12.7)
(15.9)

4 1/4 (108.0)
5

(127.0)

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4.2.2

HIT HY150 Ultimate Bond Strength and Steel Strength for Rebar in Concrete
Concrete Compressive Strength
2000 PSI (13.8 N/mm2)

Nominal
Rebar
Size

Embed.
Depth
in. (mm)

#3

11/2
(38)
31/2
(89)
7
(178)

2500
(11.1)
6300
(28.0)
12600
(56.0)

#4

2
(51)
4
(102)
8
(203)

4200
(18.7)
9000
(40.0)
18000
(80.1)

#5

21/2
(64)
5
(127)
10
(254)

5600
(24.9)
13500
(60.1)
27000
(120.1)

#6

31/2
(90)
7
(178)
14
(356)

10200
(45.4)
22100
(98.3)
44200
(196.6)

#7

33/4
(95)
71/2
(190)
15
(380)

10700
(47.6)
27100
(120.6)
54200
(241.1)

#8

4
(102)
8
(204)
16
(408)

14100
(62.7)
32500
(144.6)
65000
(289.1)

#9

5
(127)
10
(254)
18
(457)

16700
(74.3)
47400
(210.9)
85300
(379.4)

#10

6
(152)
12
(304)
20
(508)

23300
(103.6)
59600
(265.1)
99300
(441.7)

Ultimate
Bond
Strength
lb (kN)

Embed. to
Embed. to
Develop Yield Develop Tensile
Strength1
Strength1
in. (mm)
in. (mm)

33/4
(95.3)

51/2
(139.7)

7
(177.8)

81/2
(215.9)

10
(254.0)

113/4
(298.5)

123/4
(323.9)

151/2
(393.7)

Grade 60 Rebar

4000 PSI (27.6 N/mm2)


Ultimate
Bond
Strength
lb (kN)

Embed. to
Embed. to
Yield
Develop Yield Develop Tensile Strength
1
1
Strength
Strength
lb (kN)
in. (mm)
in. (mm)

Tensile
Strength
lb (kN)

51/2
(139.7)

3800
(16.9)
8200
(36.5)
16500
(73.4)

23/4
(69.9)

41/4
(108.0)

6600
(29.4)

9900
(44.0)

8
(203.2)

6000
(26.7)
11800
(52.5)
23600
(105.0)

41/4
(108.0)

61/4
(158.8)

12000
(53.4)

18000
(80.1)

101/4
(260.4)

6900
(30.7)
17700
(78.7)
35300
(157.0)

51/4
(133.4)

8
(203.2)

18600
(82.7)

27900
(124.1)

123/4
(323.9)

12800
(56.9)
28900
(128.6)
57700
(256.7)

61/2
(165.1)

93/4
(247.7)

26400
(117.4)

39600
(176.2)

15
(381)

15800
(70.3)
35300
(157.0)
70700
(314.5)

73/4
(196.9)

111/2
(292.1)

36000
(160.1)

54000
(240.2)

171/2
(444.5)

18100
(80.5)
42400
(188.6)
84800
(377.2)

9
(228.6)

131/2
(342.9)

47450
(211.1)

71100
(316.3)

19
(482.6)

21800
(97.0)
61800
(274.9)
111300
(495.1)

10
(254.0)

153/4
(400.1)

60000
(266.9)

90000
(400.4)

23
(584.2)

32400
(144.1)
77700
(345.6)
129600
(576.5)

12
(304.8)

173/4
(450.9)

76200
(339.0)

114300
(508.5)

7
32000
41300
(178)
(142.3)
(183.7)
26
99000
131/2
20
93600
140400
14
75800
171/4
#11
(356)
(337.2)
(438.2)
(660.4)
(440.4)
(342.9)
(508.0)
(416.4)
(624.6)
20
108400
141400
(508)
(482.2)
(629.0)
1. Based on comparison of average ultimate adhesive bond test values versus minimum yield and ultimate tensile strength of
rebar; for more information, contact your Hilti Field Engineer.
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4.2.2

HIT HY 150 Injection Adhesive Anchor

Anchor Spacing and Edge Distance Guidelines in Concrete (see Anchoring Technology Section 4.1.3)
Influence of Anchor Spacing and Edge Distance fA, fR
Anchor
Size

in.

/8

/2

/8

/4

/8

Load Adjustment Factors (Anchor Spacing) fA1

1 /4

Tension/Shear

s
V

(mm) (9.5) (12.7) (15.8) (19.1) (22.2) (25.4) (31.8)

Edge
Distance
s
in. (mm)

c
h

in.

hnom

(mm)

31/2 41/4
(90)

65/8 71/2 81/4

12

(110) (125) (170) (191) (210) (305)

Edge Distance Adjustment Factors

scr

1.5

Shear (I to Edge)

Shear (I to Edge)
& Tension

1.0

s
hef

1.0
c
hef

smin

0.5

ccr

1.5

Tension

cmin

0.5

Shear
(II to Edge)

Shear
(II to Edge)

0
0

1 /4
2
21/2
3
31/2
4
41/2
5
51/2
6
63/8
7
71/2
8
9
10
11
12
13
15
18

.6
.2
.4
.8
1.0
Edge Distance Adjustment Factor
(fRV, fRN)

c
= Actual edge distance
cmin = 0.5 hef

scr

= 1.5 hef

ccr

= 1.5 hef for I ; 1.0 hef for II

hef

= Actual embedment

hef

= Actual embedment

(44)
(51)
(64)
(76)
(89)
(102)
(114)
(127)
(140)
(152)
(162)
(178)
(191)
(203)
(229)
(254)
(279)
(305)
(330)
(381)
(457)

Tension fRN

/8

.60
.63
.69
.74
.80
.86
.91
.97
1.0

/2

.64
.68
.73
.78
.82
.87
.92
.96
1.0

/8

/4

.60
.64
.68
.72
.76
.80
.84
.88
.92
.96
1.0

.61
.64
.67
.70
.73
.76
.79
.82
.85
.88
.94
1.0

/8

.61
.64
.70
.69
.72
.75
.77
.80
.83
.88
.93
1.0

cmin = 0.5 hef, ccr = 1.5 hef


c
fRN = 0.40h + 0.40
ef

for ccr > c > cmin

.62
.64
.67
.69
.72
.74
.76
.79
.84
.88
.93
.98
1.0

/8

.25
.30
.41
.52
.63
.73
.84
.95
1.0
.60
.62
.63
.65
.67
.70
.73
.77
.80
.83
.90
1.0

/2

.32
.40
.49
.58
.67
.76
.85
.93
1.0

/8

.25
.33
.40
.48
.55
.63
.70
.78
.85
.93
1.0

/4

.27
.33
.38
.44
.50
.55
.61
.67
.72
.78
.89
1.0

/8

.28
.33
.38
.42
.47
.51
.56
.60
.69
.78
.88
.97
1.0

cmin = 0.5 hef, ccr = 1.5 hef


c
fRV I = 0.75 h - 0.125
ef
for ccr > c > cmin

.70
.73
.76
.79
.83
.84
.90
.92
.97
1.0

.70
.73
.75
.79
.80
.85
.87
.91
.93
.97
1.0

.70
.73
.74
.78
.79
.82
.84
.87
.89
.91
.96
1.0

/8

.70
.73
.74
.78
.79
.82
.84
.87
.89
.91
.96
1.0

.70
.73
.74
.77
.78
.80
.82
.84
.88
.91
.95
.99
1.0

11/4

.70
.71
.73
.74
.75
.78
.80
.83
.85
.86
1.0

ef

Shear (II to Edge)


Anchor Diameter (inches)

11/4

/8

.60
.66
.77
.89
1.0
.28
.33
.38
.43
.48
.53
.58
.63
.68
.78
.88
.98
1.0

.70
.72
.73
.81
.84
.89
.90
.98
1.0

/4

1. For hef = hnom (see table at top of page) use table for
reduction factors. For hef hnom use formula to
calculate reduction factors.

Anchor Diameter (inches)


11/4

/8

smin = 0.5 hef, scr = 1.5 hef


S
fA = 0.30 h + 0.55 scr > s > smin for Tension or Shear Toward Edge

Load Adjustment Factors (Edge Distance) fR1


Shear fRV
Shear (I to Edge)

Anchor Diameter (inches)

/2

fA = 1.0 for Shear Parallel or Away From Edge

s
= Actual spacing
smin = 0.5 hef

Edge
Distance
c
in. (mm)
3

.6
.2
.4
.8
1.0
Anchor Spacing Adjustment Factor
(fA)

/8

13/4 (44)
21/8 (54)
21/2 (64)
3
(76)
33/8 (86)
4
(102)
41/8 (105)
5
(127)
51/4 (133)
6
(152)
63/8 (162)
7
(178)
71/2 (191)
8
(203)
9
(229)
10 (254)
11 (279)
12 (305)
123/8 (314)
18 (457)

hnom = standard embedment depth


Anchor Spacing Adjustment Factors

Anchor Diameter

/2

.67
.76
.86
.95
1.0

.60
.68
.76
.84
.92
1.0

.25
.28
.31
.34
.38
.44
.50
.56
.63
.69
.81
1.0

/8

/4

.62
.68
.74
.80
.86
.92
.98
1.0

/8

.64
.68
.73
.79
.84
.89
.95
1.0

.64
.68
.73
.78
.83
.88
.93
.98
1.0

11/4

.60
.63
.67
.70
.73
.80
.87
.93
1.0

cmin = 0.5 hef, ccr = 1.0 hef


c
fRV II = 0.80 h + 0.20
ef
for ccr > c > cmin

1. For hef = hnom use adjustment factors from table. For hef hnom use formula to calculate adjustment factors.

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HIT HY 150 Injection Adhesive Anchor

4.2.2

Resistance of HIT HY150 to Chemicals


Chemical
Sulphuric acid

Hydrochloric acid
Nitric acid
Phosphoric acid
Acetic acid
Formic acid
Lactic acid
Citric acid
Sodium Hydroxide
(Caustic soda)
Ammonia
Soda solution
Common salt solution
Chlorinated lime solution
Sodium hypochlorite
Hydrogen peroxide
Carbolic acid solution
Ethanol
Sea water
Glycol
Acetone
Carbon tetrachloride
Toluene
Petrol/Gasoline
Machine oil
Diesel oil
Key: non-resistant

Behavior

+
+

+
+
+

+
+

+
+
+
+
+
+

+
+

conc.
30%
10%
conc.
10%
conc.
10%
conc.
10%
conc.
10%
conc.
10%
conc.
10%
10%
40%
20%
5%
conc.
5%
10%
10%
10%
2%
10%
10%

+ resistant

partially resistant

Strength
BondStrength
AllowableBond
Allowable
(%
(%ofofValue
valueatat70F)
70F)

Influence of Temperature on Bond Strength


120
110
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0

Samples of the HY150 resin were immersed in the various


chemical compounds for up to one year. At the end of the
test period, the samples were analyzed. Any samples
showing no visible damage and having less than a 25%
reduction in bending (flexural) strength were classified as
Resistant. Samples that had slight damage, such as small
cracks, chips, etc. or reduction in bending strength of 25%
or more, were classified as Partially Resistant. Samples
that were heavily damaged or destroyed were classified as
Not Resistant.
NOTE: In actual use, the majority of the resin is encased in the
base material, leaving very little surface area exposed. In some
cases, this would allow the HY150 to be used where it would be
exposed to the Partially Resistant chemical compounds.

Cure Time Table 1


Base Material Temperature
F
C

Approx.
CuringTime

23

-5

6 hours

32

3 hours

41

1.5 hours

68
86
104

20
30
40

50 minutes
40 minutes
30 minutes

Gel Time Table 1


Base Material Temperature
F
C

Approx.
Gel Time

23

-5

25 minutes

32

18 minutes

41

13 minutes

68
86
104

20
30
40

5 minutes
4 minutes
2 minutes

1. Minimum product temperature must be maintained


above 41F (5C) prior/during installation.

Influence of High Energy Radiation


Radiation
Exposure

70F

100F

140F

180F

Recommendation
for Use

< 10 Mrad

Insignificant

Full Use

10 100 Mrad

Moderate
Frec. = 0.5 Fperm.

Restricted Use

> 100 Mrad

Medium to strong No recommendation


for use

Base Material Temperature (F)


23F

Detrimental
Effect

220F

NOTE: Test procedure involves the concrete being held at the elevated
temperature for 24 hours them removing it from the controlled environment and testing to failure.

Long-term creep test at 176F is also available; contact Hilti Technical Services.
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Anchoring Systems

4.2.2

HIT HY 150 Injection Adhesive Anchor

4.2.2.4 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

1. Drill anchor hole.

2. Clean hole with wire brush.


Proper hole cleaning is
essential.

3. Insert air nozzle to bottom


of hole and blow out hole
using a pump, or compressed air.

4. Put refill pack into holder.


Remove cap covering
threaded projection.

7. Inject adhesive into hole starting at


the bottom until 1/2 to 2/3 full. Use
mixer filler tube extensions when
needed to reach the hole bottom.
REBAR

8. Unlock dispenser.

2
1

5. Screw on static mixer.

ROD

6. Put holder into dispenser


and DISCARD FIRST TWO
TRIGGER PULLS OF ADHESIVE
FROM EACH REFILL PACK.
INSERT

9. Insert rod, threaded insert


or rebar. Twist during
installation.

10

10

10

10. Fastener may be


adjusted during specified
gel time.

11

11

11
11. Do not disturb anchor
between specified gel
time and cure time.

12

12

12
Tinst

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Tinst

12. Apply specified torque as


required to secure items
to be fastened. Do not
exceed maximum torque
specified.

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HIT HY 150 Volume Charts
Threaded Rod Installation
Rod
Diameter
(in.)

Drill Bit
Diameter
(in.)

Rebar Installation
Adhesive Volume
Required per Inch
of embedment (in 3)

Rod
Diameter
(in.)

Drill Bit *
Diameter
(in.)

Adhesive Volume
Required per Inch
of embedment (in3)

0.055
0.095
0.133
0.184
0.232
0.272
0.366
0.918

#3 or 3/8
#4 or 1/2
#5 or 5/8
#6 or 3/4
#7 or 7/8
#8 or 1
#9 or 11/8
#10 or 11/4
#11 or 13/8

/16
/8
3
/4
7
/8
1
11/8
13/8
11/2
19/16

0.062
0.146
0.176
0.218
0.252
0.299
0.601
0.659
0.547

/4
/8
1
/2
5
/8
3
/4
7
/8
1
11/4

/16
/16
9
/16
11
/16
13
/16
24mm
11/16
11/2

4.2.2

EXAMPLE: Determine approximate fastenings for 5/8" rod embedded 10" deep.
10 x 0.184 = 1.84 in3 of adhesive per anchor
16.5 1.84 9 fastenings per small cartridge
61.0 1.84 33 fastenings per large cartridge

NOTE: Useable volume of HIT HY 150 refill pack is 16.5 in.3 (270ml).
Useable volume of HIT HY 150 large cartridges is 61.0 in.3 (1000ml).
* Rebar diameter may vary. Use smallest drill bit which will accomodate rebar.

4.2.2.5 ORDERING INFORMATION

BD2000 Battery Dispenser

MD2000
Dispenser

HIT-M Mixer (Small)


HY150 Refill Pack

Refill Pack Holder

P-3000HY
Pneumatic
Dispenser

HIT-HY Mixer (Large)


P-5000HY
Pneumatic
Dispenser

HY150 Large Cartridge

HIT Adhesives
Item No.
00246650
00256480

Description
HY150 (11.1 oz)
HY150 Large (37 oz)

Contents
1 Refill Pack
1 Cartridge

Incudes in Pkg.
1 Mixer w/ filler tube
1 Mixer

Application
Use in solid base material
Use in solid base material

HIT Dispensers
Item No.
00255032
00256083
00256084
00255034
00229154
00229170
00335288
74

Description
HIT P-3000HY Pneumatic Dispenser, + 1 refill holder
HIT P-5000HY Pneumatic Dispenser, large cartridge
HIT P-5000HY Conversion Kit (converts P-5000 & P-5000 HSE)
HIT P-3000HY Conversion Kit (converts P-3000)
MD2000 Dispenser + 1 refill holder
Refill Holder Replacement for MD2000, BD 2000 or P-3000HY dispensers
BD2000 Battery Dispenser Kit Complete
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4.2.2

HIT HY 150 Injection Adhesive Anchor

HIT System Accessories

HIT-M Mixer (Small)

HIT Filler Tube

HIT-HY Mixer (Large)

Mixers and Filler Tubes


Item No.
00068156
00256082
00063799
00063994
00063995

Description
HIT-M, Mixer only
HIT-HY Mixer, Large
Filler Tube 3/8" x 8"
Filler Tube 1/2" x 11-1/2"
Filler Tube 1/2" x 17-1/2"

Qty/Pkg
1
1
1
1
1

Wire Brush

Notes
For use with small HIT cartridges
For use with large HIT cartridge
Attach filler tube to small mixer to fill deeper holes
Attach filler tube to large mixer to fill deeper holes
Attach filler tube to large mixer to fill deeper holes

Air Nozzle

Hole Cleaning Accessories


Item No.
00063964
00255781
00255782
00059893
00255783
00255784
00003206

Description
Air Nozzle (Length 24")
Wire Brush 3/8" (for 7/16" to 1/2" holes, for HY150)
Wire Brush 1/2" (for 9/16" to 5/8" holes, for HY150)
Wire Brush 5/8" (for 11/16" to 3/4" holes, for HY150)
Wire Brush 3/4" (for 13/16" to 15/16" holes, for HY150)
Wire Brush 1" (for 1" to 1-1/8" holes, for HY150)
Flat Wire Brush (for > 1-1/8" holes, for HY150)

Quantity per Pkg


1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Wire brushes are required for all applications using HY150 Adhesive.

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HIT-I Standard and Short Inserts

Standard HIT Threaded Rods


Item Number
Description
HIT Rod 3/8" x 12"
HIT Rod 1/2" x 8"
HIT Rod 1/2" x 12"
HIT Rod 5/8" x 8"
HIT Rod 5/8" x 12"
HIT Rod 5/8" x 17"
HIT Rod 5/8" x 19"
HIT Rod 5/8" x 21"
HIT Rod 5/8" x 25"
HIT Rod 5/8" x 29"
HIT Rod 3/4" x 10"
HIT Rod 3/4" x 12"
HIT Rod 3/4" x 14"
HIT Rod 3/4" x 17"
HIT Rod 3/4" x 19"
HIT Rod 3/4" x 21"
HIT Rod 3/4" x 25"

4.2.2
Description

Rod/Insert

Carbon Steel
w/ nut & washer

Qty per
Package

00045911
00045912
00045913
00045914
00045915
00020939
00020940
00020941
00020942
00020943
00020944
00020945
00020946
00020947
00020948
00020949
00020950

10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10

HIT-I Insert 5/16 x 33/16


HIT-I Insert 3/8 x 33/16
HIT-I Insert 1/2 x 33/16
HIT-I Insert 5/16 x 2
HIT-I Insert 3/8 x 2
HIT-I Insert 1/2 x 2

HIT-I Standard
Internally
Threaded Insert
HIT-I Short
Internally
Threaded Insert

Item No.

Qty/Box

00088996
00088997
00088998
00088397
00088398
00088399

10
10
10
10
10
10

HAS, HAS Super, HAS Stainless Steel Rods, HIS and HIS-R Stainless Steel Inserts3
Description

HAS Rod 3
Item No.

HAS Super 3
Item No.

/8" x 51/8"
/2" x 61/2"

00068666
00068667

00068657
00068658

00068675
00068676

10
10

00258020
00258021

00258029
00258030

10
5

00333780

00333783

00333782

10

00258022

00258031

00258023

00258032

3
1
5

/8" x 75/8"

/4" x 9 /8"

HAS 304 SS2,3


Item No.

Quantity
Per Box

00068669

00068660

00068678

00068670

00068661

96802006

1" x 12"

00068671

00068662

968020074

11/4" x 16"

00333778

00333779

/8" x 10"

Description
/8" x 41/4"
1
/2" x 5"
/8" x 65/8"
/4" x 81/4"

HIS Insert
Item No.

HIS-R Insert
Item No.

Quantity
Per Box

1. Hot Dipped Galvanized


2. 316 Stainless Steel HAS Rods are also available.
3. More HAS rod lengths are available, refer ro HILTI Product Catalog or call a Customer Service Representative at 800-879-8000.
4. Available by the individual piece.

HAS-E Standard, HAS-E Super, HAS-E Stainless Steel Rods


Description
3/8" x 5 1/8"
1/2" x 6 1/2"
5/8" x 8"
3/4" x 9 5/8"
7/8" x 10"
1" x 12"
1 1/4" x 16"

HAS-E Standard
ISO 898 Class 5.8
Item No.
00333183
00333190
00333194
00333201
00333208
00333210
00333214

HAS-E Super
ISO 898 Class 8.8
Item No.
00333216
00333217
00333218
00333219
003331761
00333220
00333224

HAS-E SS
AISI 304 SS
Item No.
00333169
00333171
00333175
00333177
00333181
00333182

Quantity
per Box
20
20
10
10
5
2
2

1. 7/8" x 11"

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MSDS No.:
Revision No.:
Date:
Page:

255
004
02/06/98
1 of 2

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET


HILTI, INC.:

P.O. Box 21148, Tulsa, OK 74121; Ph: 1 800 879 6000; Emergency No.: 1 800 879 4444

PRODUCT NAME:

HIT HY 150

DESCRIPTION:

Methacrylate resin and hardener. Part A is in the large tube; Part B is in the small one.
INGREDIENTS AND EXPOSURE LIMITS

Ingredients:
CAS Number:
TLV: (mg/m3)
PEL: (mg/m3)
STEL:
Part A: Resin
19136100-5001p (NJ TSRN)
NE
NE
NE
Bonding agent
19136100-5003p (NJ TSRN)
NE
NE
NE
Quartz sand
14808-60-7
0.1 (R)
0.1 (R)
NE
Synthetic amorphous silica
67762-90-7
10
6
NE
Part B: Quartz sand
14808-60-7
0.1 (R)
0.1 (R)
NE
Water
07732-18-5
NE
NE
NE
Dibenzoyl peroxide
00094-36-0
5
5
NE
Dipropylene glycol
25265-71-8
NE
NE
NE
Amorphous silica
07631-86-9
10
6
NE
Polyethylene
09002-88-4
NE
NE
NE
NJ TSRN indicates New Jersey Trade Secret Registry Number. (R) indicates as respirable dust. PEL = OSHA
Permissible Exposure Limit. TLV = ACGIH Threshold Limit Value. These are 8-hour time-weighted averages. STEL =
Short Term Exposure Limit (15 minute time-weighted average). NE = None Established.
PHYSICAL DATA
Appearance:

Gray paste

Odor:

Ester-like odor

Vapor Density: (air = 1)

Not determined

Vapor Pressure:

Not applicable

Boiling Point:

Approx. 212 F

VOC Content:

0 g/l

Evaporation Rate:

Not applicable

Solubility in Water:

Part A is insoluble

Specific Gravity:

1.7

pH:

5 (Part B)

FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD DATA


Flash Point:

> 200 F

Flammable Limits:

Not applicable

Extinguishing Media:

CO2, Dry Chemical, Foam, Water

Special Fire Fighting


Procedures:

A self-contained breathing apparatus should be worn when fighting fires involving


chemicals.

Unusual Fire and


Explosion Hazards:

None known. Thermal decomposition products can be formed.


REACTIVITY DATA

Stability:

Stable.

Hazardous Polymerization:

Will not occur.

Incompatibility:

Strong acids and oxidizing agents.

Decomposition Products:

Thermal decomposition can yield CO, CO2, NOx, water.

Conditions to Avoid:

Avoid temperature extremes which could shorten the shelf-life of this product; i.e.
below freezing and above 100 F. (See handling and storage requirements).
HEALTH HAZARD DATA

Known Hazards:

Eye and skin irritation. Possible sensitizer.

Signs and Symptoms of


Exposure:

Eyes: can cause irritation. Skin: Prolonged and repeated contact can cause
irritation. An allergic skin reaction (e.g. rash, itching, reddening) can occur with some
individuals. Inhalation: Possible irritation. Ingestion: None expected. Effects have
not been determined. Not considered to be a route of exposure.

Routes of Exposure:

Contact. Inhalation.
HILTI is a registered trademark of Hilti Corp.

Medical Conditions
Aggravated by Exposure:

Eye, skin, and respiratory expected.

Carcinogenicity:

IARC classifies crystalline silica (quartz sand) as a Gp I carcinogen based upon


evidence among workers in industries where there has been long-term and chronic
exposure (via inhalation) to silica dust; e.g. mining, quarry, stone crushing, refractory
brick and pottery workers. This product does not pose a dust hazard; therefore, this
classification is not relevant.
EMERGENCY AND FIRST AID PROCEDURES

Eyes:

Flush with plenty of water. Call a physician if symptoms occur.

Skin:

Wash with soap and water.

Inhalation:

Move victim to fresh air. Call a physician if symptoms persist.

Ingestion:

Seek medical attention. Do not induce vomiting unless directed to by a physician.


Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person.

Other:

Referral to a physician is recommended if there is any question about the seriousness


of the injury/exposure
CONTROL MEASURES AND PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT

Ventilation:

General (natural or mechanically induced fresh air movements).

Eye Protection:

Not required, however, safety glasses should be worn in most industrial settings.

Skin Protection:

Cloth gloves are suitable; impermeable (neoprene or rubber) gloves recommended.

Respiratory Protection:

None normally required. Where ventilation is inadequate to control vapors, use a


NIOSH-approved respirator with organic vapor cartridges. Never enter a confined space
without an appropriate air supplied respirator. If dusts are generated during demolition
or removal, wear an appropriate dust mask or respirator.
PRECAUTIONS FOR SAFE HANDLING AND USE

Handling and Storing


Precautions:

For industrial use only. Keep away from children. Store in a cool dry area. Store
between 40 and 80 F. Use with adequate ventilation. Avoid prolonged or repeated
contact. Practice good hygiene; i.e. wash after using and before eating or smoking.

Spill Procedures:

Take up with an absorbent material and place in a container for proper disposal.
REGULATORY INFORMATION

Hazard Communication:

This MSDS has been prepared in accordance with the federal OSHA Hazard
Communication Standard. 29 CFR 1910.1200.

HMIS Codes:

Health 1, Flammability 1, Reactivity 1, PPE B

DOT Shipping Name:

Not regulated.

TSCA Inventory Status:

Chemical components listed on TSCA inventory.

SARA Title III, Section 313:

This product contains 5 - 10% Benzoyl peroxide (CAS #94-36-0) which is subject to
reporting under Section 313 of SARA Title III (40 CFR Part 372).

EPA Waste Code(s):

Not regulated by EPA as a hazardous waste

Waste Disposal Methods:

Consult with regulatory agencies or your corporate personnel for disposal methods that
comply with local, state, and federal safety, health and environmental regulations.
CONTACTS

Customer Service:

1 800 879 8000

Technical Service:

1 800 879 8000

Emergency:

1 800 879 4444

Health / Safety:

1 800 879 6000

Steve Gerrard (x6309)

Jerry Metcalf (x6704)

The information and recommendations contained herein are based upon data believed to be correct; however, no
guarantee or warranty of any kind expressed or implied is made with respect to the information provided.

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