Anchors in Stainless Steel
Wedge Anchors and Nail-On Drive Pins for use with Concrete and Masonry Materials
Masonry Anchors are used to attach fixtures to hollow walls, concrete slab, concrete block and more. There are many different kinds of anchors, each with different functions or anchoring methods. Many involve some form of expansion anchoring or threading the material being fastened into.
Concrete masonry wedge anchors are used to anchor and secure material and equipment to solid concrete masonry surfaces (ex. concrete slabs). Comprised of an anchor, a nut and a washer. When the nut is tightened, the tapered end expansion expands the anchor, securing it in concrete. Used to fasten concrete to equipment, materials, generators, motors, pumps, pipe, strut, plastics and wood.
Hammer Drive Pin Anchors
Used in lighter load applications, Hammer Drive Pins (or just drive pins) attach fixtures to solid concrete or certain types of concrete blocks. Using a predrilled hole, they are installed with hand tools, typically a hammer strike, to drive the pin into the anchor body expanding the anchor to form a tight fit. The washer on the anchor retains the pin and guides it during the driving installation.
Drop In Anchors
Drop-in anchors are female (internal) threaded concrete anchors, often installed overhead that run flush with the surface of concrete or stone. They are for use in flush-mount applications in solid base materials.
Drop-in Anchors should be installed crimped side down into a predrilled hole. They require a setting tool for proper installation.