- Salisbury, UK
The cheap standard Easifix resin works pretty well for just about anything that doesn't specifically call for something better, and seems to fit your application.
If you only have a couple or so to do, the 175ml resin cartridges which fit a standard cartridge gun are probably the most cost-effective. If you have many to do, the bigger 380ml tubes are nicer to use and it doesn't take very long to pay for the special gun.
If you are likely to be going into a cavity, the plastic sleeves are probably a good idea but be aware these need a bigger hole. If you are just going into a blind hole, you'll usually get away with 1/2" holes in the steelwork, offer it up, drill 12mm holes in the concrete or brickwork, clean out as well as you can, squirt in the resin, push in the M10 studding, wait a bit, do up the nut. Job jobbed. If you use the sleeves, they need a bigger (16mm?) hole and you'll either have to mark the holes and move the steelwork out of the way to drill, or have humongous great clearance holes.
thanks for all those tips. Just to be clear as there are several ones on screwfix site -you mention easyfix so is it this particular “chemical” one below?