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Loctite 0.85 fl. oz. Metal and Concrete Epoxy Syringe


0.85 fl. oz. Metal and Concrete Epoxy Syringe

$4.99 /each

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Product Overview

Loctite Metal and Concrete Epoxy is a two-part system consisting of an epoxy resin and a hardener. The convenient syringe dispenses equal amounts of each component every time. When mixed in equal volumes, resin and hardener react to produce a tough, rigid, high strength bond in 5 to 12 minutes. It is used as an adhesive for repairing, filling and rebuilding all metal and concrete surfaces. Loctite Epoxy Metal / Concrete does not conduct electricity which is ideal for sealing electrical components. It cures to a metallic gray finish and can be easily sanded or machined. It does not shrink and is resistant to water and most common solvents. Recommended for bonding metal and concrete as well as glass, ceramic and wood. Use it for repairing machinery, appliances, tools, lawnmowers, automotive components, pipes, embedding bolts and screws into metals, concrete or stone and sealing electrical components against moisture and vibration.

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  • Provides a permanent, high-strength bond in concrete and metal repair projects
  • Works great on railings, awnings, posts, brick, concrete and cinderblock
  • Convenient dual syringe allows the perfect mixture of resin and hardener in every application
  • Bond sets after 5 minutes and fully cures in 24 hours
  • Will not conduct electricity, can be used to seal electrical components
  • Resistant to water, solvents, moisture and impact
  • Can be painted and sanded

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can this be used to repair eye glass bridge and if so will it dry clear?

Asked by: Jboz919
The successful use of the Loctite® Epoxy Metal/Concrete is dependent upon the available surface area to be bonded. Making a repair to an eye glass bridge may not be suitable due to lack of available surface to bond. The color of the product is gray and it does not dry clear.
Answered by: Henkel Corporation
Date published: 2017-03-24

Is this product high heat resistant to the point where it couks be used on metal range grates?

Asked by: JL
The Loctite Metal and Concrete Epoxy would not be safe for use in this application and certainly would not be recommended. We do not offer an epoxy or any other another type of product suitable for application described.
Answered by: Henkel Corporation
Date published: 2017-03-06

Can it hold 200 pounds

Asked by: Travis
The Loctite metal and concrete epoxy typically gives shear strengths over 3000 psi. Surfaces need to be free of contaminates prior to bonding.
Answered by: Henkel Corporation
Date published: 2016-12-09
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Customer Reviews

0.85 fl. oz. Metal and Concrete Epoxy Syringe is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from No success attempted to adhere a steel angle to bottom of a concrete countertop. Scuffed up the concrete surface a bit to create a better bond, applied the epoxy, smeared/mixed the two chemicals together, and clamped on the metal angle. After 24 hours, the epoxy never set and I could wiggle the steel angle with one hand. Even as an engineer, I can't determine what went wrong. No moisture, 60-degrees, metal-to-concrete, clamped for 24-hrs, and the epoxy was still liquidity. hopefully this doesn't ruin the countertops.
Date published: 2017-04-05
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