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Model # 862031

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Quikrete

8.6 oz. High Strength Anchoring Epoxy

$ 22 25

Overview

Quikrete 8.6 oz. High Strength Anchoring Epoxy is a commercial grade, two component structural epoxy with a gel time of about 20 minutes. There is no need for special equipment applying this product. All that is needed is a caulk gun. The exceptional high strength of this product makes it the perfect epoxy for handling heavy weight loads. Quikrete 8.6 oz. High Strength Anchoring Epoxy can be used for commercial projects as well as projects around the house.
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Product Overview

Quikrete 8.6 oz. High Strength Anchoring Epoxy is a commercial grade, two component structural epoxy with a gel time of about 20 minutes. There is no need for special equipment applying this product. All that is needed is a caulk gun. The exceptional high strength of this product makes it the perfect epoxy for handling heavy weight loads. Quikrete 8.6 oz. High Strength Anchoring Epoxy can be used for commercial projects as well as projects around the house.
  • Use for anchoring bolts, threaded rods, railings and rebar dowels into concrete and masonry
  • Non-sag, solvent-free, low odor formula
  • Vertical or horizontal applications
  • Concrete grey in color
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Product Overview

Model #: 862031
Sku #: 933893
Internet #: 203604182

Quikrete 8.6 oz. High Strength Anchoring Epoxy is a commercial grade, two component structural epoxy with a gel time of about 20 minutes. There is no need for special equipment applying this product. All that is needed is a caulk gun. The exceptional high strength of this product makes it the perfect epoxy for handling heavy weight loads. Quikrete 8.6 oz. High Strength Anchoring Epoxy can be used for commercial projects as well as projects around the house.

  • Use for anchoring bolts, threaded rods, railings and rebar dowels into concrete and masonry
  • Non-sag, solvent-free, low odor formula
  • Vertical or horizontal applications
  • Concrete grey in color
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

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Specifications

Dimensions

Container Size
8.5 oz.
Product Depth (in.)
6
Product Height (in.)
11
Product Length (in.)
6

Details

Color Family
Gray
Color/Finish
Gray
Drying Time (hours)
4
Features
Fast Setting
Interior/Exterior
Exterior,Interior
Product Weight (lb.)
.54 lb
Recommended Application
Cement
Repair Type
Adhesive,Anchoring
Returnable
90-Day
Use Location
Wall

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
See packaging

Specifications

Dimensions

Container Size
8.5 oz.
Product Depth (in.)
6
Product Height (in.)
11
Product Length (in.)
6

Details

Color Family
Gray
Color/Finish
Gray
Drying Time (hours)
4
Features
Fast Setting
Interior/Exterior
Exterior,Interior
Product Weight (lb.)
.54 lb
Recommended Application
Cement
Repair Type
Adhesive,Anchoring
Returnable
90-Day
Use Location
Wall

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
See packaging

Questions & Answers

Will this product work to re-set concrete anchors and a large piece of concrete to the underside ...

Will this product work to re-set concrete anchors and a large piece of concrete to the underside of my pool coping which holds the track for my automatic pool cover? I still have the pieces of concrete that broke away when the track broke out of the concrete.
Asked by: JB
Yes I think it would, I have used it for several projects and it bonds very well and holds unbelievably. However make sure you are clean with your install as it dries very fast. Have some newspaper or something nearby to lay your caulking gun down on. And all of that good stuff some wet rags for cleanup. I have used it on several commercial construction project, and it has worked well.
Answered by: FlooringGal
Date published: 2019-04-10

How many bolts can one tube fasten? Say 6 inches depth, 5/8 bolt and 3/4 hole

Asked by: Lotklesr
12-15 maybe. Depends on the amount you squirt in the holes. You only get about 1/2 the contents of the tube, unlike a tube of caulk, so take that into consideration. The internal plunger must take up a BUNCH of space, because your caulk gun will stop dead solid about 1/2 way.
Answered by: TnAndy
Date published: 2018-12-03

Can I use a little bit at a time?

Asked by: Douglas
My experience is unfortunately no, unless you buy replacement tips. The two part epoxy mixes in the tip and will harden between uses (hence the need to replace the tip if you wish to reuse the remaining tube content.)
Answered by: RobB
Date published: 2019-01-05

I want to adhere some dock lights to my driveway (flat, rectangular solar lights). Is this suit...

I want to adhere some dock lights to my driveway (flat, rectangular solar lights). Is this suitable for this?
Asked by: 79AG
This epoxy is very good with concrete, metal, wood and some kind of plastic. No doubt, it is the best epoxy I have ever used. Usually I would mix the two components in a very small plastic bowl, put the epoxy on the pieces to be glued and wait one day for the glue to set: what I intended to put together is now one piece; the remaining epoxy in the small plastic bowl hardened but didn't adhere to the bowl itself, not after one day, nor after one month, so I am able to easily remove it and have the bowl clean and ready for next use. So, if you have plastic items to be glued, look out if that kind of plastic can or can't be glued.
Answered by: marigno
Date published: 2018-10-30
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Customer Reviews

8.6 oz. High Strength Anchoring Epoxy is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 54.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Bought multiple tubes for concrete dowels. The stuff appears to... Bought multiple tubes for concrete dowels. The stuff appears to work great, time will tell if it holds up to the weight.The reason for the average rating is one tube had a broken nozzle rendering that tube useless due to pressure. But, HD refunded no questions asked. Overall I would recommend.
Date published: 2019-04-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Date of product is extremely important as it has a... Date of product is extremely important as it has a limited shelf life. It has a date but in code that does not make sense. KISSupid needs to apply so you don't get unhappy customers. The label states that a standard caulking gun can be used. After reading the reviews it is apparent if flows better when at the upper end of its storage temps. So I put in front of a heater for 2 hours while prepping the work area. I used a standard caulk gun and am a fairly stout guy. It took all I could muster to apply. Glad I only had 2 anchors to set! You lose a lot of product just filling the mixing tube and the instructions tell you the tube is only 1/2 full to start with. The directions tell you not to use in constant load applications. DUH the anchor is torqued to 125# static so it is always in constant load. Reviews said it works, time will tell if it will maintain torque as vehicles are used on the lift and load increases.
Date published: 2019-03-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from On a tip, I used this anchoring epoxy as a... On a tip, I used this anchoring epoxy as a crack filler. It dispensed easily and ground smoothly two days later. I would use it again.
Date published: 2019-05-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I am so happy with how well this worked ...... I am so happy with how well this worked ...
Date published: 2019-05-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from WorkedWorkedGreat... WorkedWorkedGreat
Date published: 2019-05-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This product works great if you follow a few rules: 1) Check experation date (mine was dated 1 ye... This product works great if you follow a few rules: 1) Check experation date (mine was dated 1 year later after I bought it) 2) Clean the holes thoroughly (I blew it out and vacuumed many times) 3) Clean the studs 4) Squeeze out some epoxy until its a solid gray which shows its mixed 5) Fill hole about 3/4 of the way (you will get a good idea how much you need so it doesn't burst out the top) 6) Push the stud in and move up and down and rotate to remove air bubbles and push epoxy into the threads and everywhere else. 7) Leave it alone for 24hrs (I know its hard to not mess with your project, but leave it alone!) I used this for attaching my Sunjoy Gazebo to my concrete patio (actually had to lift it so it went into Simpson post attachments). It is holding great. I would recommend this. It was 60F and I had about 20-30min of set time. Get the Sika brand if you need it to cure quick!
Date published: 2017-11-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I would not recommend this product for use on vertical surfaces. I attempted to anchor some bolt... I would not recommend this product for use on vertical surfaces. I attempted to anchor some bolts into concrete block as the anchoring point for an RV gate. I was applying the epoxy in 100 degree temperatures so I was concerned about using a fast curing product as I didn't want it to set in seconds. I should have used a fast curing product as this epoxy simply drained out of the holes and would not sure fast enough to hold the bolts - even after being held in place for 5 minutes. Keep in mind I read up on these epoxy products and was sure to squeeze out enough of the product to ensure the catalyst and hardener were thoroughly mixed and turned a consistent gray color. I also made sure to check the sell-by dat on the tube to ensure I wasn't buying old stock. I feel the product description and curing times could be more clearly labeled on the product. If not that, then this product is defective.
Date published: 2017-09-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I used it to help anchor some 3/4" ID black iron pipe in a block wall for a trellis (to train pea... I used it to help anchor some 3/4" ID black iron pipe in a block wall for a trellis (to train pear trees to grow horizontally) I was building. I used a 1" hammer drill bit, and had to drive the pipe in the holes with a 2lb hammer, so I'm not really sure how much the epoxy was even needed, but it can't hurt I guess. One thing to note is you only get slightly over 1/2 the tube.....unlike a tube of caulk. First tube, I thought something had jammed inside when it stopped dead just past the 1/2way point....but the second tube did the same thing, so I guess you only get 1/2 of the tube as contents. The internal plunger must take up a bunch of room in the tube. Take that into consideration when buying or you might run short.
Date published: 2018-04-24
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