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C6+ Adhesive

RED HEAD C6+ is designed for the most demanding jobs.  Engineered for harsh environments and tested to the extreme, it is the perfect solution for imperfect conditions while offering same-shift productivity.

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C6+ EPOXY
Maximum strength epoxy for your most heavy-duty and specialty applications

Most Versatile – One adhesive to be used across an extremely wide range of anchoring applications and substrates, including masonry
All Weather – Approved for saturated, water-filled, and submerged installations
Code Approvals – Cracked concrete, seismic, NSF 61, Ministry of transportation Ontario, Quebec and BC.

Red Head C6+ is the highest strength adhesive in all of ITW’s adhesive anchor products. Designed for use in the most demanding anchoring applications, the maximum strength of Red Head C6+ is backed by ICC-ES (AC308, AC58) approvals for both concrete and masonry. It is also the only adhesive approved for core-drilled holes in cracked concrete without the use of a roughening tool.

  • Maximum strength epoxy for your most heavy-duty and specialty applications
  • Highest bond strength in all conditions
  • Approved for use in diamond core drilled and/or oversized holes in all conditions and without need for roughening
  • Exceptional shelf life, 24 months

  • PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONHigh-strength structural concrete and masonry adhesive anchoring system
  • ADHESIVE TYPE2-part injectable epoxy (2:1 ratio)
  • CARTRIDGE TYPES & SIZESDurable and resealable cartridges available in 1 size - 30.4oz. dual cartridge
  • ANCHOR SIZES AND TYPES- Threaded Rod: 3/8” – 1-1/2” - Rebar: #3-#11
  • WATER RESISTANCESuitable for use in saturated concrete and water-filled or submerged holes
  • APPLICATION TEMPERATURES40° through 110°F (4° through 43°C)
  • IN-SERVICE TEMPERATURES-41° through 176°F (-41° through 80°C)
  • STORAGE LIFE & TEMPERATURE24 months from date of manufacture when stored in 50° through 95°F (10° through 35°C)
  • COUNTRY OF ORIGINMade in USA
  • ICC-ES ESR 4046 (Concrete Report)
  • ICC-ES ESR 4109 (Masonry Report)
  • 2015, 2012, 2009, 2006 International Building Code (IBC) Compliant
  • Florida Building Code (FBC)
  • City of Los Angeles (COLA)
  • NSF/ANSI 61 Approval for use in Drinking Water System Components
  • ASTM C881, Types I, II, IV, and V, Grade 3, Classes B & C

Curing Times
BASE MATERIAL (C°)GEL/WORKING TIMEFULL CURE TIME
43°10 minutes2 hours
32°14 minutes2.75 hours
21°16 minutes6.5 hours
10°30 minutes24 hours
46 minutes48 hours
Spacing and Edge Distance
NOMINAL ANCHOR DIAMETER (IN.)MINIMUM SPACING (IN.)MINIMUM EDGE DISTANCE (IN.)
3/81-1/21-1/2
1/21-1/21-1/2
5/81-3/41-3/4
3/41-7/81-7/8
7/822
122
1-1/42-1/22-1/2

For concrete temperatures between 4°C – 10°C adhesive must be maintained at a minimum of 13°C during installation.
Gel time is max time from the end of mixing to when the insertion of the threaded rod or rebar into the adhesive shall be completed

C6 Products Use With

Q: What is the difference between A7+ and C6+?
A7+: Most versatile quick cure adhesive solution for light, medium, and heavy-duty concrete and masonry anchoring.
C6+: Best-in-class performance adhesive for your most heavy duty and specialty applications .
Q: Can I install Red Head adhesives in wet conditions?
A: Red Head Adhesives are approved for installation in all water conditions.
IMPORTANT: Most adhesives in the marketplace would not work or are not approved for installation in all water conditions. You should always confirm with manufacturer before use.
Q: Is a different product needed to install anchors into Hollow masonry?
A: A7+ and C6+ have been designed and approved for installation into hollow-masonry.
The ITW Screens and umbrellas are design for hollow connections. Note that the screens should not be interchangeable between manufactures. Please only use Red head accessories for hollow masonry connections.
Q: What are the advantages of using adhesives vs. mechanical anchors?
A: Adhesives have better spacing, the anchors can be installed closer together and closer to the edge of a slab. Adhesives are stronger in some case and be a preferred option if the load is vibratory, or if you need higher resistance.