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Anchors for Drywall & Plaster

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These anchors install into plaster or drywall surfaces and do not require a stud to be secured. Depending on the type, they can either act as an interface between a screw and the mounting surface or be inserted through the surface and grip it from behind as they are tightened.

Conical Plug Anchors

Conical Plug Anchors
Conical plug anchors install into walls or ceilings and secure a screw into place. They feature a cone-shaped body that tapers toward their tip, making installation easier. Once inserted into the mounting surface, a screw is driven into its opening and forces the wings of the anchor to expand and secure it in place.

Plain Plastic

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Hammer-In Plug Anchors

Hammer-In Plug Anchors
Hammer-in plug anchors are driven into the mounting surface without a pre-drilled pilot hole. They are installed with a hammer and sit flush with the mounting surface. The mounting screw is driven into their opening, forcing the wing on the back side to press against the mounting surface, securing the anchor.

Plain Plastic

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Twist-Resistant Plug Anchors

Twist-Resistant Plug Anchors
Twist-resistant plug anchors insert into a hole in the mounting surface and install using a screw. They feature external fins and ribs that grip the mounting surface as the screw is inserted and help prevent the anchor from turning with the screw.

Plain Plastic

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Standard Self-Threading Anchors

Standard Self-Threading Anchors

Standard self-threading anchors embed directly into the mounting surface and create a solid mounting point. These anchors do not require a pilot hole for installation as they are self-drilling and self-tapping. Once installed, a screw is driven through the mounted item and into the opening on the anchor, securing it into place.

Plain 18-8 Stainless Steel

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Plain Zinc Alloy

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Zinc Plated Zamac Alloy

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Plain Plastic

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One Piece Self-Threading Anchors

One Piece Self-Threading Anchors
One-piece self-threading anchors, sometimes called wall dogs, screw directly into a mounting surface and securely mount items without additional screws or hardware. They feature a high-profile thread that engages with the mounting surface and provides their holding power. These anchors are removable and can be reused multiple times.

Black Oxide Steel

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Zinc Plated Steel

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Removable Sleeve Anchors

Removable Sleeve Anchors
Removable sleeve anchors, sometimes called molly screws, insert into holes in the mounting surface and provide a mounting point for screws. They feature a segmented sleeve that expands and grips the mounting surface when their screws are tightened into place. These anchors are removable and can be reused multiple times.

Plain Steel

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Zinc Plated Steel

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Standard Toggle Bolts

Standard Toggle Bolts

Standard toggle bolts install into a hole in the mounting surface and secure items in place. They feature spring-loaded wings that fold inward to fit into the mounting hole and spring out once they pass through the mounting surface. These wings tighten against the mounting surface as the integrated screw is tightened, holding the mounted item in place.

Zinc Plated Steel

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Plain Plastic

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High-Strength Toggle Anchors

High-Strength Toggle Anchors
High-strength toggle anchors install into holes in the mounting surface and provide a mounting point for screws. They work like toggle bolts but are designed to handle higher loads. Their folding design allows them to be installed into smaller holes than toggle bolts and does not require a screw or fixture to set them in place.

Zinc Plated Steel

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Plain 18-8 Stainless Steel

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Self-Drilling Toggle Bolts

Self-Drilling Toggle Bolts
Self-drilling toggle bolts install into drywall, plaster, and other similar materials to provide a secure mounting point. They feature a tip that creates a pilot hole as it drives, eliminating the need for a separate pilot hole. Once inserted into the mounting surface, tightening the integrated screw forces the wings to extend and press against the back of the mounting surface, securing the bolt into place.

Plain Zinc Alloy

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High-Load Winged Anchors

High-Load Winged Anchors
High-load winged anchors install into drywall and provide a secure mounting location for heavy loads. The integrated wings spread out once inserted through the wall and spread the holding force over a wider area than conventional anchors. This reduces strain on the drywall, which increases load capacity.

Plain 18-8 Stainless Steel

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Plain Plastic

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