Secure Set 2 Gallon Kit: Sets 10 posts in 8″x24″ hole
Kit Contents: 1 gallon of Part A | 1 gallon of Part B | 2 measuring cups | 2 mixers | 1 scrape stick
Secure Set SSF-4-20-10
1 gallon of Part A | 1 gallon of Part B | (2 Gallons Total Volume) | 2 measuring cups | 2 mixers | 1 scrape stick
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 10 posts per 2 gallon kit.
When using standard 2 3/8” dia. galvanized metal posts, set in a hole 6” wide x 24” deep, you can set 14 posts per 2 gallon kit.
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.
|Dimensions||11 × 11 × 13 in|
Posted by Greg (verified owner)
Nice alternative to concrete. Foam is super durable and dries quickly. I had some challenges mixing and pouring quickly enough before SecureSet started hardening; however, I got more efficient as I progressed. The trick is to use a new and clean 32 oz paper cup with every new hole. What is more, don’t spend too much time mixing and you should pour immediately after mixing.
Posted by Carlos Rubiano (verified owner)
I didn’t know the foam can raise the post when gravel is placed below the post.