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    ​MasterEmaco ADH 610

    Fast curing acrylic adhesive

    How does ​MasterEmaco ADH 610 work​?

    MasterEmaco ADH 610 is a two-component styrene free, acrylic resin used for anchoring and dowel applications in uncracked concrete using threaded rod and rebar. It may be used at temperatures between 15 to 95 °F (-9 to 35 °C).

    Recommended uses:
    • Adhering dowel bars and tie bars for full depth concrete repairs
    • Short term tensile anchoring and shear loading conditions in accordance with allowable stress design (ASD)
    • Wide service temperature range between -40° to 176 °F (-40 to 80 °C)
    • Moisture insensitive, allowing installation and curing in damp and water-saturated environments
    • Bonding agent for fresh concrete to hardened concrete and hardened concrete to hardened concrete

    What are the unique features of MasterEmaco ADH 610?​

    • 30-minute full cure at 77 °F (25 °C) in dry concrete
    • Fast mortar repair for panels and other concrete surfaces
    • High bond strengths
    • Easily dispensable even at low temperatures
    • Styrene free
    • Non-sag

    What are the benefits of MasterEmaco ADH 610?

    • High bond strengths, wide service temperature range and moisture resistant (install and cure in water saturated environments.
    • Bonding agent for fresh concrete to hardened concrete and hardened concrete to hardened concrete.
    • Short term tensile anchoring and shear loading conditions in accordance with allowable stress design (ASD)

    Direct contact

    Master Builders Solutions Technical Support

    Admixture Systems

    1-800-628-9990

    Product Certifications

    Generate a free certificate of conformance for a specific Master Builders Solutions construction product.

    Related Literature

    MasterEmaco ADH 610 Data Guide

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