Injection packer D12C

Appropriate for boreholes with Ø 12mm, suitable for:

Hydrophobic silicone oils

Cement grout

horizonal damp-proof barrier

Crack injection

Mould abatement

Tech. data

Dimensions 13.8 X 77
Borehole 12(±) X 63
Passage 2,4
Material Polyamide (PA)
Valve Steel ball, free wheeling
Coupling Quick-release coupling 7,2mm, Mixing-tip (e.g. Sulzer® Mixpac™), Flathead (conjunction with ES-D)
Sealing 7 fins, progressiv

Suitable for:

  • Hydrophobic silicone oils
  • GEL-Injection
  • Epoxy-based sealers
  • Polyurethane-based sealers
  • Cement grout

Applications

  • Crack injection
  • horizonal damp-proof barrier
  • Mould abatement

Report

The D12C is designed with a quick-coupling for use with low pressure pumps. It is also suitable for use with straight mixer tips (e.g. Sulzer® Mixpac™). The valve passage is larger, at 2.4 mm (by about 50%) than that of any other commercially available packer.

The enlarged eighth plate (used with a setting mounting tool) helps to ensure that the packer is not seated too far into the wall, so the clutch is always reachable.

Our single use injectors negate the need for cleaning or removal like traditional steel packers. After application, the packer remains in the wall and can be cut off flush to the wall. The free-running ball valve ensures a secure closure, provided a backpressure of at least 3 bars is present. In low-pressure applications (less than 3 bars), the ball-closure may not close in this case, caps are available (Kappe/C).

Our products can be used in construction projects great and small. Used correctly they are the best injectors available on the market and are the first choice of construction experts. We do not make any claims as to the maximum back-pressure our products can withstand. You, as construction professionals can judge the conditions present in your own projects and use our products accordingly.

To avoid damage of the quick-coupling clutch and to set the Packer correctly in the borehole, it is necessary to use the setting tool (ESH/C).