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Anchors for Wet Concrete

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Anchors for wet concrete, also called cast-in-place anchors, are permanent anchors cast into a concrete surface. They are positioned in freshly poured concrete and lock into place as it dries. They are made with wings, fingers, and other features that increase their holding power in the concrete.

L-Hook Anchors

L-Hook Anchors
L-hook anchors, also called L-bolts, are placed into wet concrete and cast in place as the concrete cures. They feature a 90° bend on the unthreaded end that engages with the concrete and stops the anchor from pulling out or spinning when tightened. They are used to install plates, anchor columns into place, and secure other permanent loads.

Plain

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Plain Steel

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Zinc Plated Steel

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Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel

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J-Hook Anchors

J-Hook Anchors

J-hook anchors, sometimes called J-bolts, are placed into wet concrete and cast in place as the concrete cures. They feature an unthreaded tip that bends more than 90°, engages with the concrete, and stops the anchor from pulling out or spinning when tightened. This bent end can be hooked or looped around rebar or other anchors, improving their holding power. They secure structural items like walls and steel beams to a concrete foundation.

Plain Steel

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Wet Set Wood Form Anchors

Wet Set Wood Form Anchors

These anchors attach to wooden concrete molds and are cast into place as the concrete cures. After the concrete is cured and the molds are removed, the female-threaded anchors remain to provide a mounting point for male-threaded fasteners. They are generally stronger than anchors installed after the concrete is cured, such as drop-in or adhesive anchors.

Zinc Plated Steel

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Wet Set Steel Decking Anchors

Wet Set Steel Decking Anchors

These anchors install into holes in steel deck plates for concrete and are cast into place after the concrete is poured and cured. Once installed, the only exposed portion remaining is the female-threaded anchor that provides the mounting points for male-threaded fasteners. They are commonly used to anchor pipes, conduits, and other building infrastructure components.

Zinc Plated Steel

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