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Drop-In Anchor, Coil, 3/4-45x3-3/16in, PK10
- Item # 4KJA2
- Mfr. Model # 1334CTO
- UNSPSC # 31161502
- Catalog Page # 2695
- Shipping Weight 4.83 lbs.
- Item Drop-In Anchor
- Type Coil Non-Flange
- Material Zinc Plated Steel
- Anchor Dia. 1"
- Length 3-3/16"
- Thread Size 3/4-4.5
- Thread Depth 1-1/2"
- Bolt Dia. 3/4"
- Drill Bit Size 1"
- Min. Hole Depth 3-3/16"
- Installation Turns Until Set Tool Shoulders On Anchor Lip
- Allowable Shear (Lbs.) 2907
- Ultimate Shear in 3000 PSI Concrete (Lb.) 11,627
- Ultimate Shear in 4000 PSI Concrete (Lb.) 11,627
- Allowable Tension (Lbs.) 3540
- Ultimate Tension (Lbs.) 12,300
- Ultimate Tension in 3000 PSI Concrete (Lb.) 14,160
- Ultimate Tension in 4000 PSI Concrete (Lb.) 16,019
- Drive Tools 4XMF6
- Agency Compliance UL/FM
- Meets/Exceeds GSA Spec FF-S-325 Group VIII Type 1
- Package Quantity 10
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