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is there difference between hydraulic and anchoring cement? and whats best to

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Old 01-16-13, 12:17 PM
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is there difference between hydraulic and anchoring cement? and whats best to

is it better to use hydraulic or anchoring cement for rail post securing?

what is the difference between these types of cement?
 
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Hydraulic cement, by its name, will stop water flow. It expands via catalytic heat process. It can be used for anchor, but I much prefer anchoring cement. Hydraulic cement is used in a putty form, while anchoring cement is more liquid and can be poured to fit an irregularity better.
 
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