Epoxy Concrete Anchors

When are Epoxy Concrete Anchors used?

Epoxy is ideal for passive dowels or anchors without sustained loading conditions; however, when high capacity anchors are to be prestressed, the designer should consider Williams Spin-Lock mechanical anchors. Use Williams epoxy anchors for concrete anchors loaded in shear.


  • Concrete Foundation Repair
  • Seismic Retro-Fit
  • Machinery Anchoring
  • Anchors for Rail Systems
  • Underwater Doweling
  • Concrete Dock Repair and Construction
  • Anchors subject to large shear loads
  • Bridge Pier Reinforcement
  • Pier Cap Repairs
  • Dam Refacement
  • General Plant Maintenance
  • Column Anchors
  • Light Poles


Epoxy Anchors

Ultrabond 365CC

ICC ER Evaluation Report #3770. Ultrasound 365CC is a UL–NSF/ANSI 61 certified, code-compliant, two-component; 3:1 mix ratio by volume) high-performance cement and silane hybrid anchoring system with an extended installation temperature range from 5ºF to 104ºF. It has been tested for use with threaded rod and rebar in cracked and uncracked concrete in accordance with ACI 355.4 and ICC-ES AC308.

Epoxy Anchors

Ultrabond 1

Ultrasound 1 is a two-component, 1:1 mix ratio, structural epoxy system that offers exceptional strength in dowel and anchoring systems from 40ºF to 104ºF. ULTRABOND 1 in cartridge form has been tested in accordance with ASTM E488 and ASTM E1512 for it capability to resist static, dynamic seismic and wind loads in uncracked concrete for bother threaded rod and rebar.


Typical Masonry Application

Epoxy Anchors

Rebar Extensions

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Underwater LocationsEpoxy Anchors

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