Internet #205671519

Model # 483503

Store SKU #1001358552

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33 fl. oz. Fence Post Mix

  • Sets in just three minutes with no tools required
  • Effectively replaces two 50 lb. bags of concrete mix
  • Can be used with wood, steel and PVC posts
$ 10 47

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Product Overview

  • Sets in just three minutes with no tools required
  • Effectively replaces two 50 lb. bags of concrete mix
  • Can be used with wood, steel and PVC posts
Sika PostFix is a two component, pre-proportioned polyurethane resin. It is mixed in the bag to produce expanding foam for supporting and backfilling fence, mail box, gate and signage posts. Suitable for all types of posts including wood, steel and PVC.
  • Lightweight pouch replaces two 50 lb. bags of post mix
  • Fast setting
  • High strength
  • No water or special tools needed
  • Simple and fast application
  • VOC compliant in all 50 states



Product Overview

  • Sets in just three minutes with no tools required
  • Effectively replaces two 50 lb. bags of concrete mix
  • Can be used with wood, steel and PVC posts
Model #: 483503
Sku #: 1001358552
Internet #: 205671519

Sika PostFix is a two component, pre-proportioned polyurethane resin. It is mixed in the bag to produce expanding foam for supporting and backfilling fence, mail box, gate and signage posts. Suitable for all types of posts including wood, steel and PVC.

  • Lightweight pouch replaces two 50 lb. bags of post mix
  • Fast setting
  • High strength
  • No water or special tools needed
  • Simple and fast application
  • VOC compliant in all 50 states



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Specifications

Dimensions

Container Size
33 oz.
Product Depth (in.)
0.5
Product Height (in.)
8.5
Product Length (in.)
10

Details

Returnable
180-Day
Use Location
Floor

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
One year from date of installation.

Specifications

Dimensions

Container Size
33 oz.
Product Depth (in.)
0.5
Product Height (in.)
8.5
Product Length (in.)
10

Details

Returnable
180-Day
Use Location
Floor

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
One year from date of installation.

Questions & Answers

Does anyone know how to "shape" the hardened substance? I used it for mailbox set up and it expa...

Does anyone know how to "shape" the hardened substance? I used it for mailbox set up and it expanded way above the hole and is unsightly. I tired to do something when i saw what was happening but it was so sticky and gooey there was nothing I could do....
Asked by: kwinkle
Don't touch it until it sets completely in 2 hours. You also have to make sure the post is plumb while it expands. I recommend to brace it plumb before the pour. The best way to trim the excess foam is that I used my battery Sawz-all or you can use a small hand saw.
Answered by: MacGyver
Date published: 2020-04-08

What does this foam/polyurethane product do better for a wood fence post that cement doesn't?

What does this foam/polyurethane product do better for a wood fence post that cement doesn't?
Asked by: Jason
It expands and confirm to the texture or shape irregularity of the surrounding soil better at the top while large aggregate may prevent the concrete from filling in all micro voids. At the bottom concrete will fill in equally well because of all the concrete pushing down on top forcing the mix to expand out. But due to its lack of weight It has to rely more on gripping onto soil for retaining . Concrete on the other hand can leverage on its own weight while counter reacting post moment.
Answered by: Percy
Date published: 2020-07-09

Can this be used for an inground telescoping flag pole?

Asked by: Trev
No there is to much force being applied in wind. I installed flagpoles for 15 years holes have to be dug correct or you will get a leaning of pole follow instructions
Answered by: Jim
Date published: 2020-04-16

Can I use to fill abandoned Underground HVAC ductwork registers indoors And put flooring over top?

Had to abandon Ductwork under slab because it occasionally filled with water. We are going to fill the registers not the entire ductwork system And replace the flooring over top. I have a one-year-old son. Is this material safe for indoor use?flooring over top. I have a one-year-old son. Is this material safe for indoor use?
Asked by: Mike
You will be better off just taking out or smashing the existing duct work at the register openings, fill the opening with good compact-able soil to the bottom of the existing slab and use concrete to finish of the rest. Use sika concrete bonding agent all around the openings to insure a permanent bond between the old and new concrete.
Answered by: lc
Date published: 2018-04-30
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