Pour and Lock Anchoring Cement

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A fast setting, high strength, pourable cement that expands to mechanically lock and anchor.

Uses

Anchors bolts, rods, hooks, posts and railings. For use with appliances, bolts, motors, posts, railing, hooks, handrails, conveyors, pipes and conduits. May also be used for ornamental ironwork, fences, parking meters, columns, signs, sets and racking.

 
Features and Technical Data
Preparation

Drill a hole at least 1" larger than the diameter of the unit to be anchored and at least 2" deep. Blow out dust and residue. Flush with water and allow hole to remain damp.

Directions

MIXING: Mix to a pourable "batter" consistency (avoiding soupy mix) by adding approximately 3½ parts Anchoring Cement powder to 1 part clean water. Mix only as much material as you can use within 10 minutes. Do not add water and mix.

ANCHORING IN FLOORS: Put washer on bolt and place bolt in hole, and position. Pour Cement around the bolt and fill hole slightly above surface. Hold or brace until mixture starts to stiffen, (about 10 minutes). Allow 1 hour before applying pressure.

WALLS and CEILINGS: Less water is used and material should be "putty-like". Form a ball and place in hole, then tamp. Tap bolt or hook into mix, wait until set starts and position. Add material and finish to match surrounding area. Allow 1 hour to set.

EXTERIOR RAILINGS: Mix to a heavy, pourable consistency. Pour Cement around railing, tapping to avoid air traps. Pour an excess of material and taper it upward to allow water runoff. Hold or brace railing in place until mix stiffens. Do not apply pressure for at least 1 hour.

For best results

Wear gloves. If splashed in eyes, flush with water and seek medical attention. Contains Portland Cement. Avoid ingestion, inhalation or skin contact. Keep away from children and pets. Store in a dry place.

Safety

Gloves must be worn while handling this material. If splashed in eyes, flush with water and seek medical attention. Contains Portland Cement. Avoid ingestion, inhalation or skin contact. Keep away from children and pets. Store in a dry place.

Clean Up

Rinse tools and equipment with soap and water before material hardens.

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