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10.1 fl. oz. AnchorFix-1 Anchoring Adhesive

$18.00 /each
  • Anchoring system for everyday projects
  • 2 components blend easily inside nozzle for no mess mixing
  • For use in all climates

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Sika 10.1 fl. oz. Sika AnchorFix-1 is a specially formulated high-performance, two component anchoring adhesive system for threaded and reinforcing bars in uncracked concrete. Ideal for common anchoring projects such as dowels, bolts, and pins. It can be used with a standard caulk gun.

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  • Sets in minutes
  • Supplied with 2 static mixing nozzles for multiple use
  • Easy application, no mess
  • Stronger and durable

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can you used it on concrete cracks

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July 11, 2016
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Hello and thank you for your question. To fin cracks in concrete, you can consider our Sikaflex Concrete Fix. It is a polyurethane sealant which would be tooled in. The crack must be a minimum of 1/4" by 1/4" and be clean/sound/dry. Link (copy and paste): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KEOCisOw7UI
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July 7, 2016
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Yes, the adhesive can be used on concrete cracks.
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July 7, 2016
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Hi Tkpointer, this product is for anchoring bolts. If you want to repair concrete crack take a look at the link below for the product.Either one will work for repairing cracks in concrete.
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/3d/3d6962f8-6481-494a-9488-19b0a6be6461.pdf
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Sika-1-Qt-Cryl-Ready-Mixed-Concrete-Patch-221070/206200605
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Idle time between squeezes ? How long before nozzle clogs ?

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September 27, 2015
I will have 24 to 30 holes in my concrete floor to receive philips head anchors to secure eight (8) floor joists. By the time one joist is secured to the slab ( push adhesive in hole, screw down joist ), will the Sika adhesive still flow through the nozzle ? A DIY'er, I am apt to work slowly and not likely to complete each joist installation before the nozzle could clog.
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December 10, 2015
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I used the product on a 50ish degree morning with the tube uncut at it's smallest opening, and can say it does set up and get hard quickly! Minutes. I saw one recommendation to buy extra nozzles, all I can say is, it's adding cost to an already costly product including the unused material left in each nozzle. Seems like a more cost effective way to do your project. At minimum, have an assembly line set Read More
I used the product on a 50ish degree morning with the tube uncut at it's smallest opening, and can say it does set up and get hard quickly! Minutes. I saw one recommendation to buy extra nozzles, all I can say is, it's adding cost to an already costly product including the unused material left in each nozzle. Seems like a more cost effective way to do your project. At minimum, have an assembly line set up to run behind you, don't try to do all the steps yourself. Read Less
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October 6, 2015
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A safe number is about 5 to 7 minutes depending on temperatures. If you go to the PRO desk at your local Home Depot, you can order a bag of nozzles for our AnchorFix products.
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is thi epoxy?

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August 10, 2015
Just checking I am looking for a substitute for : Sikadur®-33.
Is the Anchorfix-1 an epoxy?
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December 10, 2015
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Consistency like, and even smells like, Bondo body filler. The initial waste squeezed out to make sure it was mixed well very easily broke apart like plastic. Or dried Bondo. Amazingly similar and/or virtually the same. I would not describe it as an epoxy.
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October 27, 2015
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No, has to be acrylic, which hardens in 5-7 min or less; epoxies harden slower (like Sikadur-33 has 20-25 minutes of "tack-free time" at 73 degrees according to usa.sika.com)
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what color does it end up ....light or dark

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the wrought iron railings on my porch that leads down the concrete steps need to be anchored more securely as time has worn away concrete that holds them in place.
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April 21, 2016
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Hello and thank you for your question. It will be a dark gray.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Must have gotten a bad tube It just never set fully. Enormous pain to redo. I got another tube and it set so fast I could barely get it out fast enough. August 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by So glad I found this product! I was working on building wood railings for my front steps, and struggling with how to fasten the posts to the steps' concrete. In particular, the manufacturer of the post anchors I was using to mount the back posts to the top of the slab recommended using a specific concrete screw, but those were a complete no-go in 50+ year old concrete containing granite aggregate (believe me - I tried). Beyond that, lag screws w/ lag shields seemed like a really poor choice for fastening the other posts to the sides of the steps (you know they're going to fail eventually - they always do). After doing some research I found this Sika product, and decided to give it a shot. It was dead simple to use, and the attachment of my railings to the steps is ROCK SOLID. Those babies aren't going anywhere, at least not in my lifetime. A few notes: - Sure, it sets up relatively quickly, but in minutes, not seconds, just as advertised. - Any decent quality caulk gun works fine. I didn't have any trouble dispensing the product. - Be sure to have everything fully prepared before you start, because once you start, there's no going back. - If you're a weekend warrior like me, or simply haven't used the product before, I would highly recommend doing a dry run of the whole installation before you crack the seal and get down to business. Doing this helped me avoid a couple of nasty surprises that would have caused real problems. Bottom line: much stronger than any mechanical fastener I could find on the market, and much, much easier to use to boot. If I had to do something similar in the future, I wouldn't consider using anything else. July 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Did the job After reviewing the prior reviews I made sure I was ready with each piece of (#4) rebar. Each hole (4) was drilled, vacuumed out, brushed out and vacuumed again. I have a regular caulk gun and it handled the epoxy with ease. I filled the hole with epoxy, placed the rebar in the hole, twisted it and moved on to the next one. By the time I was filling the third hole, the first hole had already set up. No surprise due to the prior reviews. I used about half a tube on four holes, each 6" deep. I secured the cap on the tube, however, since one review said you only get about half a tube due to the way the plunger works, I'm not sure if I'll be able to use the tube again. I do have a second nozzle - so - we shall see. Like the prior reviews stated, be prepared, this stuff sets up quickly (within 3 minutes) and dries as hard as iron - once set you WON'T be pulling it back out.. This stuff is extremely pricey - but - you don't have much choice if your looking to do a job right. May 27, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Not for Snails User beware. This epoxy sets really fast, within seconds of dispensing. This is good so you don't have to stand holding the rebar, threaded rod etc for minutes while it sets. It I also very, very bad for the applicator nozzle as the epoxy hardens inside it and you can't use it again. Other review say 5 minutes to set. Not in my case and none said anything about hardening in nozzle. In my case was setting rebar in existing footing for masonry block tile wall. Epoxy came easy and set the rebar in the first hole, checked for plumb, then walked over to the next hole a couple of feet away. Not more than several minutes and had to struggle getting the epoxy out and had to use two hands to squeeze the caulk gun handle. Got the epoxy out, set the second rebar, check for plumb. Third hole, not happening. Epoxy had fully hardened in applicator nozzle. Cut nozzle open in sections almost all the way to base where the two parts first come together in the spiral portion. Rock solid and not even a 1/4 tube used. Was thinking of just squeezing 2 parts into hole and mixing with rebar until set but wasn't sure the portions would be correct. Knew wouldn't work with mixing board as would harden before getting down hole. Instead, got neighbor's help. Good thing 2 nozzles come with tube. Used second nozzle and went down line just squeezing in epoxy and dropping in rebar. Neighbor followed behind setting them plumb. Only 4 more holes but by 3rd hole he was struggling to set plumb. I did the last hole so not too bad. Only 2/3 of tube used. Threw away tube as no more nozzles. What a waste. I suppose if you only had one hole/rebar to set or several where plumb isn't important it would be okay, but work very fast. Also plan on not being able to use remainder of tube even with 2 nozzles as no guarantee won't harden at tube outlet and you can't buy additional nozzles. April 11, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Bondo in a tube I was first impressed with the packaging, it's a sausage tube inside the outer round tube with contents that mix together when swirled through the unique application tip. Novel! It worked pretty much as expected, even on a 50ish degree morning, it was setting up quickly (I used the tube as supplied at it's smallest opening). As I was using it I noticed a very familiar smell.... Bondo! I then looked at the dried product I had first squeezed out, and, yep! hard like plastic Bondo, broke apart like Bondo. I am convinced it's a version of Bondo in a tube. I did some research and sure enough, 3M on their website recommends their version of Bondo (body filler) for permanent concrete repairs. I AM NOT saying to substitute body filler, I am stating it appears to have many characteristics, and possibly using body filler could be a substitute for some applications. Maybe. Google and see. That said, you are paying quite handsomely for a novel way to dispense body filler. December 10, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Two thumbs up! Great product! Sets fast and hard as a rock, I used it to anchor some rebar into an existing piece of concrete and it did the job! Thanks Home Depot and Sika for a great product. December 2, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Heavy Duty Caulk Gun Required I broke three caulk guns trying to dispense the fastener anchoring version of Sika epoxy. One gun was a composite Work Force ratchet gun from Home Depot, the other a standard metal caulk gun from Home Depot. The third was a medium duty gun from Lowe's. The trigger buckled on the first pull. I note that none of the Home Depot guns have a rating on the tags. The guns at Lowe's do but the Lowe's near me did not have a heavy duty gun for 10 oz tubes. One reviewer noted a standard gun would work. He must have better standard guns than Home Depot sells. My Home Depot does not stock a gun that will last to dispense one tube of this epoxy and Home Depot needs to fix that. February 23, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent stuff, squeezes out easily, but sets FAST Worked great for setting 18 threaded rods of 1/4 diameter. Squeezes easily and smoothly, I was scared by some other products reviews saying people are breaking their caulk guns, so I got an expensive heavy duty one. Now I realize that I totally didn't need it, a standard gun would do the job. Sets FAST, on a warm day in ~5 min is hard as rock, so be prepared to go faster than it sets. Tube comes with 2 nozzles, I used half of it, hopefully I'll be able to use the rest later. Hardened squeeze-outs can be removed with a file, metal-cutting saw blade or grinder. October 31, 2012
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