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Rockite anchoring cement is a hydraulic type cement compound specially formulated to provide superior strength and bonding qualities.  When mixed with water, Rockite pours smoothly into place.  It sets within 15 minutes.  Within one hour, it develops a compressive strength of 4,500 Psi.  When fully set, Rockite grips metal to concrete permanently.
FEATURES

    * High strength, rapid-setting material
    * Suitable for horizontal and vertical applications ( controlled water additions)
    * Gray colour
    * As it hardens, it expands to fill voids
    * Non corrosive, non rusting, waterproof
    * Does not shrink

Typical Applications:

    * Anchoring of wood or metal sign posts, fence posts, parking meters
    * Dowel and rod installation
    * Handrail installation
    * Setting appliances, machinery and processing equipment
    * Door stops
    * Ornamental ironwork installation

Limitations:

    * Hot temperature will speed up setting
    * At colder temperatures, below 10 Degree C (50 Degree F) use warm water
    * Do not apply over surfaces that are frozen or contain frost.

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Rockite anchoring cement is a hydraulic type cement compound specially formulated to provide superior strength and bonding qualities.  When mixed with water, Rockite pours smoothly into place.  It sets within 15 minutes.  Within one hour, it develops a compressive strength of 4,500 Psi.  When fully set, Rockite grips metal to concrete permanently.
FEATURES

    * High strength, rapid-setting material
    * Suitable for horizontal and vertical applications ( controlled water additions)
    * Gray colour
    * As it hardens, it expands to fill voids
    * Non corrosive, non rusting, waterproof
    * Does not shrink

Typical Applications:

    * Anchoring of wood or metal sign posts, fence posts, parking meters
    * Dowel and rod installation
    * Handrail installation
    * Setting appliances, machinery and processing equipment
    * Door stops
    * Ornamental ironwork installation

Limitations:

    * Hot temperature will speed up setting
    * At colder temperatures, below 10 Degree C (50 Degree F) use warm water
    * Do not apply over surfaces that are frozen or contain frost.

UCAROC50
15



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