Anchor Systems. Anchor Systems. Ordering Adhesive capsule HVU M10X 90 mm. 12 mm. 10 pc. Adhesive capsule. Hilti Capsule Adhesive Anchors – HVU – Ultimate-performance foil capsule for anchoring in concrete. The Hilti HVU system is a heavy-duty, two-component adhesive anchor consisting of a self-contained adhesive capsule and either a threaded rod with nut and.

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Hilti HVU, HIT, and HEA resin-based anchoring cements are high viscosity two-component plastic resin cements used to set threaded steel rods, internally threaded steel inserts and rebars in drilled masonry hiltu. Hilti HEA is packed in two-part glass capsules of standard diameters and lengths, and contains vinylester, styrene, dibenzoyl peroxide and quartz sand.

Hilti HVU Adhesive Capsules for Anchoring in Concrete

It is inserted into a hole drilled in masonry. A rod is then drilled through the glass capsule, rupturing the capsule thereby mixing the resin and hardener and forcing the cement around the rod. The cement then hardens, holding the rod in place. Hilti HVU is packed in a composite foil adhesive capsule and the resin is urethane methacrylate.

It is otherwise similar to Hilti HEA. Hilti HIT resin cements are packed in two tubes joined by a common mixing nozzle for direct application of a layer of cement using a caulking gun. The caulking gun also aids in achieving the correct distribution of hardener and resin. Three different types of Hilti HIT resin cements are at issue here. Hilti HIT C contains polyester, vinyl ester, styrene, quartz sand, amorphous silica, polyadipic acid ester and dibenzoyl peroxide.

HIT C obtains its bonding value from bonding and keying expanding into empty spaces in the base material then hardening so that a product is molded to the shape of the base material. The high viscosity permits use in horizontal anchoring. The vinyl ester allows cure in relatively short periods over a wide temperature range.

The Hilti Catalog at p. It states [t]he formulation of the HY is based on a revolutionary hybrid mortar. Hvy organic component is a urethane methacrylate resin which reacts with a hardener to provide a fast, dependable reaction in a wide range of temperatures.

The inorganic component is Portland Cement which reacts with water to provide a stable, temperature resistant basis for the cured product. The combination of these four components provides excellent bond hiilti, stiffness and a rapid cure. Portland cement is made up of the following components: HIT HY20 is further described as obtaining holding values from bonding and keying.

Where the wall is solid, the adhesive bonds itself to the masonry.

Where voids exist, the adhesive fills the voids with a circular plug keying itself into masonry. This outstanding feature allows the HIT HY20 system to function in poor quality base material, even when the size and location of voids are unknown.

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The entries which are the subject of the protest were liquidated in August and September, A protest was timely filed November 2, Merchandise imported into the U. Tariff classification is governed by the principles set forth in the General Rules of Interpretation GRIs and, in the absence of special language or context which requires otherwise, by the Additional U.


GRI 1 requires that classification be determined first according to the terms of the headings of the tariff schedule and any relative section or chapter notes and, unless otherwise required, according to the remaining GRIs taken in order. GRI 6 requires that the classification of goods in the subheadings of headings shall be determined according to the terms of those subheadings, any related subheading notes and mutatis mutandis, to the GRIs.

The ENs, although not dispositive or legally binding, provide a commentary on the scope of each heading, and are generally indicative of the proper interpretation of the HTSUS. Protestant argues that the merchandise should be classified in headingHTSUS, which reads as follows: Heading is notable in that the two clauses of this hulti, despite their apparent similarity, vary substantially in scope.

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The first clause provides for glues and adhesives hvi elsewhere specified or included. Hiltu, it is intended to be subordinate to any other heading of the tariff which includes a subset of prepared glues and other prepared adhesives. The second clause of headingHTSUS, provides for glue products which are both put up for retail sale and which are 1 kg or less in mass. This second clause should be read in conjunction with Note 2, Section VI, HTSUS, which states that hvvu classifiable in heading by reason of being put up for retail sale are to be classified in heading and in no other heading of the tariff schedule.

Accordingly, any product described by the second clause of headingHTSUS, must be classified therein.

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Thus heading is both a residual provision for glues and adhesives which are hklti put up for retail sale or which exceed 1 kg in mass and is the only permissible provision for glues and adhesives put up for retail sale so long as such merchandise does not exceed 1 kg in mass. The words glue, mucilage, mastic, and cement are synonymous with adhesive. However, the existence of these two distinct headings indicates a legislative intent to yilti between mastics of heading and adhesives of heading for tariff purposes.

This is reinforced by the Explanatory Note to heading which states [t]he heading also excludes products having the character of mastics, fillings, etc. The Explanatory Note to heading describes glaziers’ putty, grafting putty, resin cements, caulking compounds and other mastics as preparations which are mainly used to stop, seal or caulk cracks and, in certain cases, to bond or firmly join components together. They are distinguished from glues and other adhesives by the fact that they are applied in thick coatings or layers.

Thus, mastics are applied in bulk and tend to occupy more volume than adhesives. The Explanatory Note to heading also states that preparations of this heading are usually put up in a more or less pasty form and in general they harden after application. That is, such preparations are viscous rather than liquid.

Therefore, two characteristics which differentiate goods of heading from similar goods of other headings are bulk and viscosity. The HIT products are administered in significant quantities using a caulking gun. Thus, the merchandise is administered in bulk. In addition it is sufficiently viscous to hold metal fixtures in place within apertures in masonry. Further, the Explanatory Notes to heading list hlti number of examples of merchandise falling within this heading.


One such example is [m]astics based on plastics which are hfu as e. Some of these mastics are used after the addition of hardeners. They are used to seal certain joints, as fillers or sealants for coachwork, to repair metal objects or to bond them to other materials, etc.

A second example is resin mastics and cements: These consist of natural resins shellac, damar, rosin or plastics alkyd resins, polyesters, hillti resins etc. It should be noted hioti certain of these mastics are also covered by the types described below e. The portland cement has a high proportion of silicates and is similar to a filler.

Protestant emphasizes that headingHTSUS, should be read in conjunction with Note 2, Section VI, HTSUS, which states that goods classifiable in heading by reason of being put up for retail sale are to be classified in that heading and in no other heading of the tariff schedule. Protestant argues that this note indicates that the second jvu of heading encompasses those goods which are the subject of the instant protest which do not exceed a mass of 1 kg.

However, in order to fall within the scope of the second clause of headinggoods must hioti suitable for use as glues or adhesives.

All mastics have some tendency to adhere to certain substances, as do plaster and cement of chapter However, such property does not make these products suitable for use as glues or adhesives as that term is used in heading Glues and adhesives are applied in thin layers and are less viscous than mastics.

As stated above, the Explanatory Note to heading explicitly excludes products having the character of mastics from heading In addition, it is unclear whether all of the merchandise would qualify as being put up for retail sale. An article does not meet the requirement of being put up for retail sale if it is repackaged subsequent to importation.

Hilti Catalog at and This suggests that these products are repackaged after importation. In summary, the products at issue in this protest are applied in bulk and are viscous, thus indicating classification in headingHTSUS. Further, they are similar or identical to products specifically described in Explanatory Note That these products have some adhesive function does not mandate classification in headingHTSUS.

There is a clear legislative intent to separate mastics, which tend to be viscous and applied in bulk, from other adhesives. The protest should be denied. Hiltii Protest Directive, you are to mail this decision, together with the Customs Form 19, to the protestant no later than 60 days from the date of this letter.

Any reliquidation of the entry or entries in accordance with the decision must be accomplished prior to mailing the decision. Sixty days from the date of the decision, the Office of Regulations and Rulings will make the decision available to Customs personnel, and to the public hiltj the Customs Home Page on the World Wide Web at nvu. Get the CustomsMobile app!