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Fasteners for anchoring in stone, concrete, brick, and drywall, etc.
Also known as wedge anchors, stud anchors are one piece expansion bolts with universal style collars for heavy duty fastening into stone or solid concrete. Stud anchors come with nuts and washers.
The most common stainless steel for general hardware use.
A low carbon steel for general use. Zinc plated for moderate corrosion resistance.
A low carbon steel for general use. Hot dipped galvanized (A153) for very good corrosion resistance.
A heavy duty anchor for use in brick, stone, concrete, or block. Does not require a solid base material for installation.
A medium duty anchor for use in concrete, brick, or a mortar joint. Used with a lag bolt.
An alloy consisting of approximately 95% zinc alloyed with aluminum, copper and other elements for good corrosion resistance.
A two-piece machine thread anchor for use in stone, brick, or concrete. Ideal for shallow holes. Must be installed threaded end towards the hole and fastened in place with a setting tool (sold separately).
A zinc alloy cone with a lead ring.
A heavy duty machine thread anchor for concrete or stone. The anchor uses an internal cone to expand in the hole and requires a setting tool (sold separately). Ideal for overhead applications. Install crimped end towards hole.
A corrosion resistant steel alloy.
Two-way expansion that ensures contact along the length of the hole. Use in concrete, block, stone and brick. The anchor is set by tightening the machine screw or bolt. Install anchor threaded end towards the hole.
Used in concrete, brick or block. A quick and easy way to fasten in light to medium duty applications. A pilot hole is required and a hammer drill is recommended for ease of installation.
A stainless alloy that is harder than 18-8 stainless steel, but not as resistant to corrosion.
A hardened steel alloy blue coated for moderate corrosion resistance.
A spring loaded anchor that folds for installation through a pre-drilled hole. Use with machine screws. Once through the hole, the wing re-opens. Place screw through object to be mounted first. The wing will fall if screw is removed.
These anchors when driven in expand inside the hole for a secure grip. Drill hole the same size as the anchor. Non-removable.
A hard polyethylene plastic material.
A non removable anchor commonly used for hollow spaces such as drywall and masonry block. Once installed, the anchor is secured in place by the metal wing and a nylon retaining washer. Used with machine threaded fasteners (sold separately).
Plastic anchors used with sheet metal screws.
Self drilling plastic anchors used in drywall with sheet metal screws.
This anchor is made of lead and can be used with wood screws or sheet metal screws.
A soft metal that forms easily and is corrosion resistant.
Often referred to as a 'Molly Bolt', hollow wall anchors are used for light duty anchoring in drywall or other hollow walls. The screw can be removed and re-inserted but the anchor itself can not be removed.
These non removable anchors expand inside the hole when the nail like pin is driven in for a secure grip.
An alloy consisting of approximately 95% zinc alloyed with aluminum, copper and other elements for good corrosion resistance. Drive pin is zinc plated steel.
A hard plastic often used because of its corrosion resistance. Drive pin is zinc plated steel.
L shaped anchors embedded in concrete when it is poured.
Tools used in the installation of some types of anchors.
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