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Sika 10.1 fl. oz. AnchorFix-2 Anchoring Adhesive
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Sika

10.1 fl. oz. AnchorFix-2 Anchoring Adhesive

  • Super high strength anchoring system for heavy duty anchoring
  • 2 components blend easily inside nozzle for no mess mixing
  • For use in all climates
$21.00 /each

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Sika 10.1 fl. oz. AnchorFix-2 is a super strong two component anchoring adhesive system for threaded and reinforcing bars in uncracked concrete. It is ideal for heavy duty anchoring projects such as handicap rails and machine base plates. It is 5 times stronger than concrete and sets in only minutes.

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  • 5 times stronger than concrete
  • Supplied with 2 static mixing nozzles for multiple use
  • Easy application - no mess
  • Fits a standard caulk gun
  • Low odor

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Does the product come out as a fluid or does it hold its shape? I have a hole in a wall, other product just ran out (all over the place).

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Does it hold its shape or act like a fluid?
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September 6, 2016
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Hello and thank you for your question. The product will hold shape.
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Does the concrete need to be dry? The concrete is cured but in a wet area.

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Hello and thank you for your question. Yes the concrete must be clean, dry, and sound. Copy and paste the link for more information. Download the Product Data Sheet. Link: https://usa.sika.com/en/residential/residential-pim/02a024/02a024sa007.html
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Will this bond concrete with metal hangers?

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Trying to hang curtains in apartment but cant drill concrete, will this bond concrete to a metal piece hanger(rod holder)? and also will this be strong enough to hold curtains and rod? thanks in advance for your time.
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December 15, 2015
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Hello and thank you for your question. Sadly, Sika Anchor Fix 2 will not be a good choice for this application. Sika at this time does not have a product to offer. Think of us for the next project.
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will this bond wood to concrete?

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i need to anchor 2x4's down to a concrete slab without drilling any holes.
will this adhere to the wood ?
thank you! Jim
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Hello Jim and thank you for your question. Sika PRO Select Anchorfix 2 will not bond well on to the wood. This is used when you want to install reinforcement such as rebar, hooks into a concrete wall for example, and so on. You can consider our Sika PRO Select Construction Adhesive, it bonds very well to concrete and wood. Please make sure the concrete and wood is dry, clean and sound before the Read More
Hello Jim and thank you for your question. Sika PRO Select Anchorfix 2 will not bond well on to the wood. This is used when you want to install reinforcement such as rebar, hooks into a concrete wall for example, and so on. You can consider our Sika PRO Select Construction Adhesive, it bonds very well to concrete and wood. Please make sure the concrete and wood is dry, clean and sound before the application. Have a nice day. Read Less
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 13 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by ZERO working time. I bought a tube today to set eight 3/8" threaded rod in concrete. Had all the holes drilled and cleaned. Filled the first hole, inserted rod as directed, "turning rod back and forth" to ensure even adhesion (approx. 30 seconds) went to fill second hole and in that 30 second span, the cartridge was completely plugged solid. I don't know any human that could possibly work fast enough to fill and set more than 1 hole before your working time is GONE. I have used sika products in the past that work very well, but the"SUPER FAST SETTING" characteristics of this product is so fast that it renders the product useless. Unless, of course you only have one anchor to set and don't mind paying $21.00 to do so August 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by An Achoring Product That Works This stuff works. It is easy to use. It sets up fast. Use it with a bolt or threaded rod. The tube of adhesive is labelled, SIKA PRO SELECT ANCHORING ADHESIVE. I drill a hole 1/8-inch diameter larger than a galvanize bolt. Clean the hole. Screw a nut onto the bolt all the way to the head of the bolt. Apply the product per the instructions. Push the bolt into the hole with the head sticking up. Don't get any adhesive on the threads where you will be using a nut to anchor something. Allowing for temperature per the instructions, when the adhesive is set up, cut the head of the bolt off with a hacksaw and turn the nut off to straighten any damage threads. May 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Exactly what I needed! If you need more working time, chill it first. Don't get me wrong, the 1 star reviews were really helpful. I went to install security window guards on our front bedroom in expectation of our baby boy. I found that the concrete where I drilled was not sufficiently thick for the security bolts and I needed something to back-fill inside the holes I drilled and grab onto the bolts. After reading the reviews I was worried this would set too fast. However, seeing as this adhesive is potentially the barrier between my son and a criminal, I was determined to make the super strong Anchorfix-2 work. I knew I needed more working time so I put it in the fridge (38 F) to slow the chemical reaction when it came time to apply. I used a heavy duty $15 HDX caulk gun from Home Depot which worked without any issue. I was concerned that maybe chilling it would cause an issue but this stuff hardened extremely strong! Still, the minimum substrate temp as listed on the package is 14F so I wouldn't recommend putting it in the freezer. I'm sure if you tried to pull the bars off, they would bend before this stuff would fail. Even chilling it, the working time is still about a minute between applications. I put the tip in lacquer thinner in between working and I think that also helped keep the tip from clogging. I give it 5 stars for value too because it saved me from having to buy more than $100 worth of dual-part adhesive and double tube epoxy gun. I'm very happy with this product, but thanks to the critical reviews too as I may not have been successful with this project without a heads-up. It gets crazy hard, I can see how it may have hardened too fast in some cases. July 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by this stuff is awesome This stuff cures fast, hard and strong. I will use again. It does set fast so just be ready. You probably have less than 1 minute of time to work it. I have used epoxy like this a lot in commercial construction and it's so nice to have something available at Home Depot now for weekend DIY stuff. May 30, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Sets up too fast and not sticky. Tried to use this product to "glue" my pool cover aluminum rails to the concrete (thus not used as a filler in a hole). Set up in 30 seconds, and did not stick at all to the aluminum rail. Set time is way too fast (it was 75 degrees outside). April 5, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Time will tell Bought two tubes of this stuff to anchor down 9 threaded rods (5/8 at 5.25" deep) to attach 6x6 post bases for a deck I'm building. Its 40 degrees out as I write this so I warmed up the tubes for 20 minutes. Getting the consistent grey color out of the cartridge was simple enough, but I used a standard calk gun and you really need to use a lot of force to keep the flow going. I picked this product over the Quikrete brand as Sika was rated for colder weather, and the other was not. Hopefully this stuff works, my deck is counting on it January 1, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Ready, set GO The label states fast setting, and they mean it. Very glad I read the reviews: I was installing a diving board into an existing concrete pool deck. So I had everything laid out and ready, drilled the holes, cleaned the holes with brush and compressed air, had my 1/2 inch steel threaded rods all cut to length and cleaned. Pumped the epoxy thru the swirly tube until the color became uniform battle ship gray and filled each hole in rapid fire sequence, Squirt, place rod; Squirt, place rod, Squirt, place rod. By the time I had the third one in, the goosh out from the first had hardened like steel! maybe 30 seconds. I used my Dremel tool to remove this excess so my washers and nuts would go down evenly. So have a wipe rag handy to remove any spill over IMMEDIATELY. But in 1 hour, My boys were jumping and having a ball. I would not want to use this on big project with multiple rods to fix in place, as the stuff cures so very fast (but it was 85 degrees in Florida this weekend). But for a quick one off job like anchoring a kids play kit to a concrete deck or diving board, an excellent product. May 11, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Sets up way too fast - unusable - can't dispense. I tried using this adhesive to anchor some fixtures into concrete piers. I squirted the adhesive into 3 drilled holes, set the caulk gun down, picked up the fixtures to insert them, and the adhesive had already hardened in the holes. I picked the caulk gun up, and the adhesive had hardened in the end of the nozzle and could not be dispensed. This all happened in about 1 minute! This adhesive sets up IMMEDIATELY - way too fast to be practical. I can't attest to the holding strength as I couldn't use it. July 22, 2012
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