How to Pour Anchor Cement


Introduction: How to Pour Anchor Cement

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Anchor Cement is a fast-setting, general purpose grouting material designed to anchor bolts or railings into concrete for a super tight grip. Fast Set Cement Mix is formulated for setting fence posts quickly and easily. Simply pour the mix into the hole and add water. The product sets in minutes, allowing fence to be hung the same day.



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    I'm afraid we would need a bit more information. If you are asking about poles and posts we would recommend that metals be coated with a rust inhibitor before placing in any cement based product. If I haven’t answered your question gemtree please feel free to call 1-800- SAKRETE. Our technical support department will be more than happy to help you.
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