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Secure Set 1 Gallon Kit: Sets 5 posts in 8″x24″ hole

$29.00

(10 customer reviews)
SKU: SSF-4-10-5 Category:

Kit Contents: ½ gallon of Part A | ½ gallon of Part B | 2 measuring cups | 2 mixers | 1 scrape stick

Secure Set SSF-4-10-5

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Description

Kit Contents:  1 Gallon Kit

Kit
½ gallon of Part A | ½ gallon of Part B | (1 Gallon Total Volume) | 2 measuring cups | 2 mixers | 1 scrape stick

Descriptions:
When using standard 4″x4″ square or 4″ round wood, metal or vinyl posts set in a hole 8″ wide x 24″ deep, you can set 5 posts per gallon.

When using standard 2 3/8” dia. galvanized metal posts, set in a hole 6” wide x 24” deep, you can set 7 posts per gallon.

Secure Set is a two component, high density, closed cell foam that when properly mixed in equal parts, will activate creating an expanding foam post hole filler. When poured as a combined liquid into the appropriate sized hole, it will quickly expand and transform into high density foam, stabilizing the post and creating a secure foundation that adheres to both the post and the soil. Due to its analogous properties and reliability, it is often referred to as “foam cement for fence posts”.

Secure Set can be used to set posts of all types, shapes and materials. They can be square, round, wood, steel, or vinyl. Secure Set, is an inert plastic, is environmentally green with zero impact on the environment.

Secure Set is the best solution as a replacement to other post setting products, such as concrete. It securely anchors fence posts, mailboxes, birdhouses, low level decks, garden enclosures, ranch corrals, utility poles, street, and traffic signs.

Secure Set is fast and simple to use, requires no heavy lifting, no need for water, virtually no cleanup and it is competitively priced to alternative products. The strength, longevity and ease of use of Secure Set far outweigh all other competing products.

 

Additional information

Weight 12 lbs
Dimensions 11 × 11 × 13 in

10 reviews for Secure Set 1 Gallon Kit: Sets 5 posts in 8″x24″ hole

5 star
70%
4 star
30%
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  1. Posted by

    Awesome product. Worked very well for my construction project.

  2. Posted by (verified owner)

    I call this EXCEPTIONAL CUSTOMER SERVICE!

    Thank you Secure Set

  3. Posted by (verified owner)

  4. Posted by (verified owner)

    Works like a charm. No more concrete for me.

  5. Posted by (verified owner)

    Best Company I have dealt with and the ABSOLUTE best people!

  6. Posted by (verified owner)

  7. Posted by (verified owner)

    The time saved is unbelievable!
    Great product.

    I have also used the Secure Set Spray foam: no substitute for places where the regular Secured Set can’t be poured, i.e. under a slab to fill voids.

  8. Posted by (verified owner)

    I purchased the product for filling some holes under my driveway. Unfortunately, I was not successful. From what I have tried, the foam is very firm, so I think this product should work greatly for setting posts. I gave “4” not because of the quality, but for the reason that it did not work for my purpose. Earlier, I purchased the Secure Set Spray Foam. That worked great.

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  10. Posted by (verified owner)

    Fantastic product. I used this for a hose reel on a post and a granite mailbox post. It is a serious time saver over packing layers of dirt and gravel. I wanted to avoid using concrete for the mailbox post as it has no “give” in it and being in Massachusetts the snow plows can throw hundreds of pounds of snow at a mailbox post that could snap off a granite post (which is why the post company recommends not using concrete). The product support and directions are outstanding. The recipe amount calculations are more challenging here in may area as it is essentially impossible to dig a hole with a set diameter by the time you dig out the boulders. I took the advice on using a concrete form tube for the upper part of my hole that was substantially wider due to removal of boulders. My best advice to new users would be do get a properly sized disposable mixing container and add part B to the container first as it is thicker and can delay the start of mixing and/or pouring the mixed product into the hole. Otherwise add a couple of ounces to the calculated amount for part B as some will be left in the container due to its more viscous nature. I was concerned about pouring it in time but at 70 degree product temperature I had plenty of time.

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