Anchoring Adhesive Can Be Submerged

Simpson Strong-Tie’s SET-3G high-strength epoxy anchoring adhesive is code-listed for anchoring installations in submerged holes and in saturated concrete or water-filled holes.

Simpson Strong-Tie’s SET-3G high-strength epoxy anchoring adhesive is code-listed for anchoring installations in submerged holes and in saturated concrete or water-filled holes. Formulated to perform in threaded rod anchor and rebar dowel installations in cracked and uncracked concrete, SET-3G is a two-component, one- to-one-ratio, epoxy-based anchoring adhesive. It dispenses in a uniform gray color to match surrounding concrete surfaces and can be installed in downward, horizontal and overhead orientations. SET-3G also is code-listed to work with the Speed Clean DXS dust extraction system, which saves hole preparation time and complies with updated OSHA Silica Dust Compliance Regulations.

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