Surface preparation is important in all chemical anchoring applications. Kelken Construction Systems
recommends that all holes for anchors/rebar be made with air tools.
Pneumatic drilling cleans as well as provides a rough texture inside the hole for
easy bonding. If electric drilled, holes must be wired brushed in addition to air
blowouts so that concrete dust and debris be cleared to allow for good bonding. When holes
are DIAMOND CORED, the sides of the holes must be scored which allows the resin to develop
a keying action to the concrete surface.
Instructions Keligrout 101-P
Fit twin cartridges into 101 Hand Gun
Remove two black half-moon stoppers.
Fix mixing nozzle tube with retainer nut.
Discard initial 1-2 inches of flow from nozzle.
Inject directly into prepared clean hole.
Keligrout 101-P can be used underwater with no adverse effects when properly
installed. Caution should be taken to insure that the hole, after
air drilling, has no debris and all anchors should be torqued to assure proper adhesion.
Push anchor/dowel to the bottom of the hole rotating to assure full wetting.
Do not disturb the anchor for one (1) hour, 24 hours full cure.
It is recommended that after 2-3 hours, review residue assuring that material had been
IMPORTANT KELIGROUT 101-P INFORMATION
Shelf life of KELIGROUT 101-P is 6 months from date (lot number) which is
stamped on every tube. KELIGROUT 101-P should be stored at 70°F out of
direct sunlight. Storage temperatures should never exceed 85°F.
Do not use Keligrout 101-P in drilled or formed holes that are over 1/4" larger then the
anchor/rebar diameter without contacting Kelken.