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Female-Threaded Anchors

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Female-threaded anchors embed into concrete or masonry and provide a mounting point. Unlike male anchors, female anchors sit flush with or below the mounting surface.

Drop-In Anchors

Drop-In Anchors
Drop-in anchors, also known as embedment anchors, are inserted into pre-drilled holes in the mounting surface and set in place using a specialized installation tool. They operate like wedge anchors but use a tool to be wedged into place rather than pulling upward.

Plain Steel

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Zinc Plated Steel

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Plain 18-8 Stainless Steel

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Plain 316 Stainless Steel

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Setting Tools for Drop-In Anchors

Setting Tools for Drop-In Anchors
Setting tools for drop-in anchors feature a narrow end that fits within the anchor's internal diameter. The setting tool inserts into the anchor and is hammered until the anchor is set.
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Adhesive Set Concrete Anchors

Adhesive Set Concrete Anchors
Adhesive-set concrete anchors install into concrete and other masonry mounting surfaces using adhesives poured into the hole during installation. They feature flanges that increase their surface area and the bond between the anchor and mounting adhesive. Unlike mechanical anchors, they do not stress the mounting surface as part of their installation. This makes them ideal for use in stress-sensitive mounting locations such as handrails near the edge of concrete steps.

Zinc Plated Steel

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Caulk-In Anchors

Caulk-In Anchors
Caulk-in anchors, also known as machine screw anchors, insert into pre-drilled holes in the mounting surface and set in place using an installation tool. They feature a lead alloy sleeve that is expanded as the anchor is installed, securing it into place. They are commonly used for thin mounting surfaces where shallow holes are required.
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Setting Tools for Caulk-In Anchors

Setting Tools for Caulk-In Anchors
Setting tools for caulk-in anchors feature a narrow end that fits within the anchor's internal diameter. The setting tool inserts into the opening in the anchor and is pressed or hammered until the anchor is set in place.

Plain Steel

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Wedge-Style Anchors

Wedge-Style Anchors

Wedge-style anchors install flush into holes in the mounting surface and create a female-threaded mounting point. They lock into place using an integrated expansion sleeve that wedges against the hole walls as the anchor is pulled upwards. They are permanent anchors that can only be removed by drilling out the anchor entirely.

Plain Steel

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Double Shield Expansion Anchors

Double Shield Expansion Anchors
Double-shield expansion anchors install into pre-drilled holes in brick or block materials and wedge themselves into place using shields that expand as they are set. The shields expand to a lesser extent than other styles of anchors, making them ideal for use in materials that are prone to cracking.

Plain Zinc Alloy

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Plain Zamac Alloy

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Preassembled Double Shield Expansion Anchors

Preassembled Double Shield Expansion Anchors
Preassembled double-shield expansion anchors install into pre-drilled holes in masonry mounting surfaces and wedge themselves into place. They feature a set of expansion sleeves that press against the walls of the hole when the male fastener is inserted and tightened.

Plain Zamac Alloy

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Four-Way Expansion Anchors

Four-Way Expansion Anchors

Four-way expansion anchors install into holes in the mounting surface and create a female threaded anchoring point. They lock into place using four integrated anchor wings and a locking cone that forces the wings outwards, wedging the anchor in place. They are commonly used when drilling conditions are less than optimal, leading to misalignment or mis-sizing of the pilot hole.

Plain Zinc Alloy

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