2KPS has the most extensive and complete range of product testing and assessments of any private label resin supplier. We focus on helping our customers products meet both European and US requirements. Working with both assessment and evaluation frameworks, we are a true global supplier. Offering formulations that can be sold worldwide in all the packaging systems and formats our customers require. We work with the world’s leading independent laboratories and assessment organisations for external confirmation of product quality and compliance.
We devote time and resources to ensuring that products have a wide range of internationally recognised approvals, including:
We also carry out extensive test programmes in our own laboratory and test rooms.
Document which provides performance assessment in accordance to EAD’s, which are produced through task groups within EOTA, to provide manufacturers a convenient way to obtain CE marking for their products. This allows free movement of our product and ability to be sold Europe wide.
Our Pure Epoxy, and Styrene free Vinylester, Epoxy Acrylate, Polyester and Hybrid products have all been tested to the latest EAD standards and are approved for 100 years’ service life. Additionally, the 100 years’ design life is extended to all our products which have been approved for post-installed rebar.
This is a green building rating system, the most widely used system of its type in the world. This system provides a framework to create environmentally friendly, highly efficient and cost friendly structures. The certification is globally recognised and provides a symbol for sustainable achievement.
These are the seismic performance categories that products are analysed against. C1 is for fixings of non structural elements to structures. C2 is a more stringent assessment criteria which also provides resistance capacities and displacement capacities. C1 & C2 are mainly referenced in Europe with C2 being a major requirement in seismic regions such as Italy.
Bonded anchor cartridge systems offer a variety of unique benefits compared to mechanical anchoring techniques. By avoiding mechanical expansion, they introduce no stresses into the substrate and can be installed close to each other and to substrate edges. They also resist high static loads, with some products formally approved for seismic applications. Most resin anchors may be used in a wide variety of substrates and site conditions. If the substrate is hollow, bonded anchors may still be used in conjunction with perforated sleeves.View the range