QUIKRETE Introduces New Anchoring Epoxies

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QUIKRETE® FastSet Anchoring Epoxy

Tube of QUIKRETE® FastSet Anchoring EpoxyQUIKRETE® FastSet Anchoring Epoxy is a two component, 100% solids epoxy designed for the horizontal or vertical rapid anchoring of railings, bolts and threaded rods into concrete or masonry. The epoxy comes in a single cartridge that can be loaded into a standard caulk gun.

The non-sag epoxy formula is solvent-free and will achieve a pull out strength of over 29,000 lbs.

To apply, screw a static mixer nozzle onto the cartridge and place the cartridge into a caulk gun. The epoxy should be dispensed from the bottom of a hole, filling approximately half of its depth.

A threaded rod or rebar should then be inserted to the bottom of the hole and turned clockwise. The epoxy sets in 4-5 minutes, which makes it ideal for horizontal and vertical applications. The epoxy can support heavy loads after curing for two hours.

QUIKRETE® High Strength Anchoring Epoxy

Tube of QUIKRETE® High Strength Anchoring EpoxyQUIKRETE® High Strength Anchoring Epoxy is a high strength, two-component epoxy perfect for heavy duty application on horizontal surfaces. The 100% solids epoxy comes in a single cartridge that can be loaded into a standard caulk gun.

Its non-sag, solvent-free and low odor formula offers users 15 minutes of working time and is ideal for multiple heavy duty anchoring projects, achieving a pullout strength of over 30,000 psi. QUIKRETE® High Strength Anchoring Epoxy can be used to anchor railings, bolts and threaded rods into concrete and masonry.

To apply, screw a static mixer nozzle onto the cartridge and place the cartridge into a caulk gun. The epoxy should be dispensed from the bottom of the hole, filling approximately half of its depth. A threaded rod or rebar should then be inserted to the bottom of the hole and turned clockwise. The epoxy can support heavy loads after curing for two hours.

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  • Hall Says:
    March 15th, 2016 at 1:55 pm

    is the epoxy ‘non-shrink’?



  • gg Says:
    October 4th, 2015 at 4:45 pm

    after reading about the pressure needed to push the epoxy, i put the tube in a heating pad for one hour. It came out like melted butter with no problem. pre-heat the epoxy and their will be no problems with any caulking gun. their is plenty of working time with this tube, i did 16, 1/2 ” diameter holes by 4 1/2″ deep with 5/16″ studs.
    i used 1/2 tube.



  • Robert Barr Says:
    May 27th, 2015 at 11:36 am

    Can I get additional mixing nozzles for epoxy tubes?



  • Alexander VonHolt Says:
    April 21st, 2012 at 10:35 am

    This article has an error. And there is an additional problem with the product.
    Only HEAVY DUTY caulking gun should be used. I crushed/bent my caulking gun handle using this product. The epoxy came out, and was well mixed, but the amount of force necessary is too great for anything less than a stout caulking gun.
    By the time I obtained one, the epoxy had hardened in the mixing nozzle which revealed the second problem with product; no replacement nozzles are available. I can’t even find them online. Each tube is a one shot $20+ gamble.
    The little bit I did get out suggests this is a quality epoxy however.


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