Expansion Fasteners & Concrete Masonry Anchors
Expansion Bolts and Masonry Anchors Come In All Styles and Purposes. Some of the Most Common Types of Anchoring Fasteners Include Expansion Wedge Anchors, Lag Shields, Drop In Anchors, Hammer Drive Anchors, Sleeve Anchors, Plastic Conical Anchors, and Expansion Machine Screw Anchors. Please Contact Us For Bulk Wholesale Pricing.
316 & 303 Grade Stainless Steel Wedge Anchors
The Wedge Anchor is Used for Heavy Duty Fastening Applications Where High Pullout Values are Required. The Anchor and the Hole Diameter are the Same. The Advanced Design of the Collar Reduces the Likelihood of the Anchor "Spinning". Proper Installation Requires Cleaning out the Hole. Expansion Wedge Anchors are used in a Wide Variety of Structural Applications, Including Fastening Sheet Metal, Steel, Aluminum Angles or Wood to Concrete. Pipe-Hanging, Tilt-Ups, Bridges, Elevator Equipment, Conveyors and Highway Construction Frequently Require the Wedge Type Anchor. The Wedge Anchor is Ideal for Installing Machinery, Hand Rails, Dock Bumpers & Storage Racks, etc. Wedge Anchors are Sold Unassembled with the Appropriate Nuts and Washers. This Wedge Anchors Come in Both 18-8 / 304 or 316 Marine Grade Stainless Steel and are Excellent for use Where Corrosion Resistance is a Major Factor.
Lag Shield Expansion Anchors
A Expansion Lag Shield is Designed for Light to Medium Duty Fastening in Concrete, Mortar Joints, Masonry and Brick. The Lag Shield is Rustproof, and is Used With Lag Screws to Provide a Dependable Fixing. The Screw Length can be Determined by Adding the Length of the Lag Shield, the Thickness of Material to be Fastened Plus 1/4", as the Tip of the Lag Screw Bolt Must Protrude Out from the Bottom of the Anchor to Ensure Proper Expansion. In Hard Masonry, the Short Expansion Shield Anchors May be Used to Minimize Drilling Time. In Softer Masonry, the Long Lag Shield will Develop Superior Holding Strength. These Lag Shields are Manufactured of High Quality Zinc Alloy, Preventing the Possible Brittle Characteristics of lower Quality Zinc.
Stainless Steel Drop In Anchors
The Drop-In Anchor is Used in Medium to Heavy-Duty Applications in Solid Material Such as Concrete and Stone. A Flush, Female Anchor, the Drop-In Houses an Internal Plug Which is Held Securely in Place Even When Used in Overhead Applications. Using the Setting Tool Provided With Each 100 Anchors, the Plug is Driven to Exactly the Right Depth, Causing the Anchor to Expand. Drop-Ins are Frequently Used for Over-Head Applications, Including Hanging Pipe, Duct Work, Machinery, Etc.
304 / 18-8 Stainless Steel Nail Hammer Drive Pin Anchors
Drive Pin Masonry Anchors Are Used In lighter load applications. The Body of the Hammer Drive Anchor is Made from High Grade Zamac 3 Zinc Alloy (Which Provides you with High Pullout Values). It is Rustproof and Designed to Virtually Eliminate Embrittlement Which Frequently Occurs in Lower Grades of Zinc Alloy. Comes With an 18-8 Stainless Steel Nail. Hammer Drive Pins are Good for Applications in Concrete, Brick, Blocker Stone, the Hammer Drive Comes Assembled and Provides for a Quick and Easy Fastening in Medium and Light Duty Jobs. Hammer Drives have a Mushroom Head, are Relatively Tamperproof.
Caulk-In Machine Screw Anchors
This Caulking Type Machine Screw Anchor Features a Zinc Alloy Cone with a Lead Ring. When Set, Using the Setting Tool Provided with Each 100 Anchors, it Provides a Quick Setting in Concrete, Stone, and Brick. Some Sizes are Available With a Brass Insert For Corrosion Resistance.