Removable bolt anchors install into masonry mounting surfaces and create reusable anchoring points. They are driven into a pilot hole in the mounting surface using impact or hand tools and wedge themselves into place using an integrated expansion sleeve.
Steel Bolt Anchors
Zinc-plated steel bolts and nuts install into concrete surfaces and provide an anchoring point for mounting items. Zinc alloy anchors are corrosion-resistant and conform to uneven mounting holes. They feature a tapered, threaded shank with a matching expansion nut that holds against the walls of the installation hole. Once installed, the hex head bolt can be removed and reinstalled in the same anchor hole.
Replacement expander nuts install into holes in concrete surfaces and lock into place. When tightened with the matching tapered bolt, they wedge inside the mounting hole, creating an embedded, female-threaded anchor point. When reusing bolts from another anchoring point, they must be cleaned and lubricated before use with the new anchor.