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You would probably better off with concrete anchors than epoxy. Epoxy is a glue and if you set your bolts in it, you will never be able to remove them. But maybe for a safe that is what you want. In this case go for it.
QUIKRETE® Fast-Setting Anchoring Epoxy is not suitable for placement under standing water.
Yes this should work well. You need to pre-drill the holes for the hooks, insert the product and then insert the hooks. It takes about 30 minutes to set.
QUIKRETE(R) Anchoring Epoxy is intended to embed steel anchors into concrete. We cannot recommend its suitability for your application.
On the label it says 45 degrees Fahrenheit. The warmer the temperature, the faster it cures.
You would have to ask a structural engineer to run some tests to find the answer to this question.
The instructions on the label indicate it is used to anchor metal bolts, dowels, etc. to concrete.
I filled 5 holes, 4 inches deep and 5/8' in diameter with about a quarter of the tube if that helps.
The instructions on the label say it is for cementing metal rods, dowels, treaded rods, etc. to concrete.