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Calk In

Calk In

The Calk-In is a pre-assembled precision cast calking type machine bolt anchor which can be used in concrete, block, brick or stone. The cone is open-bottomed to allow for the use of a slightly longer bolt than on closed-bottom anchors. The cone is also designed easy screw starting. The anchor consists of a calking sleeve and an alloy internally threaded expanding cone with a series of ribs. The vertical ribs prevent the cone from turning in the sleeve as the anchor is tightened.
Concrete Screw

Concrete Screw

The concrete screw provides fast, secure anchoring, utilizing a hardened screw with specially fashioned high and low threads that cut and thread into masonry, brick, concrete, block, etc. This high quality screw has a corrosion resistant coating for demanding environments. Installation is accomplished through the use of specially designed carbide bits, and can be used with the concrete screw drive tool for faster installation. Concrete screws can be removed with little to no damage of the surrounding area. The concrete screw system eliminates the need for plastic or lead anchors in medium and light duty applications.
Double End Expansion

Double End Expansion

The Double End Expansion is a dual expansion machine bolt anchor suited for materials of questionable strength. It can be used in block, solid concrete, brick, and stone. The anchor consists of twin tubular sleeves, bound together with high tension spring steel bands, which contain two protruding wedge shaped hollow cones. One the cones are smooth, while the other is threaded. Internal lugs on the tapered ends of the hollow cones prevent them from rotating during expansion. For maximum expansion, the upper cone should protrude slightly before setting. When the anchor is tightened, the opposing wedges at either end are pulled in tightly providing full length expansion over a large area.
Drop In

Drop In

The drop-in anchor is used in medium to heavy duty applications in solid materials including concrete and stone. Drop-ins are frequently used for over-head applications including hanging pipe, duct work, machinery, etc. Drop-in anchors house an internal plug which is held securely in place even when used in overhead applications. Using a setting tool the plug is driven to exactly the right depth, causing the anchor to expand.
EZ - Drywall Anchor

EZ - Drywall Anchor

Made with fiber-reinforced resin, E-Z Anchor® Twist-N-Lock(TM) Anchors install flush against drywall to ensure that when you hang an item, it will sit securely and wobble free. Split-and-grip lets you know with an audible click that anchor is locked into the wall. The click indicates that the anchor legs have split and are compressing the drywall, reinforcing installation. The E-Z Anchor® eliminates the need for pre-drilling. Anchors can be used for hanging shelves, clocks, blinds, mirrors, and curtains.
Hammer Drive Anchor

Hammer Drive Anchor

The body of the hammer drive anchor in made from high grade alloy. They anchors are rustproof and designed to resist corrosion. Well designed for use in concrete, provides a quick fastening system in medium and light duty jobs.
Hollow Wall Anchor

Hollow Wall Anchor

The Hollow Wall Anchor is designed to be used in thin materials such as wallboard, plaster, paneling, hollow block, etc. Prongs on the underside of the head of the anchor, grip the material being used, keeping the anchor from rotating while being set. As the screw is turned in, the anchor expands, securing itself to the back of the medium. Once set, the screw may be removed as often as necessary. For faster installation, a setting tool may be utilized.
Lag Shield

Lag Shield

Lag Shield Anchors are designed for anchoring into concrete, brick and block. Lag Screws are used to expand the Lag Shield Anchor against the material being used. Once fastened, an object may be easily unbolted and removed.
Machine Screw Anchor

Machine Screw Anchor

This caulking type machine screw anchor features an alloy cone with a lead ring. Using an appropriate setting tool, this anchor can be quickly secured into brick, concrete, or stone.
Nylon Nail In

Nylon Nail In

The Nylon Nail anchors are ideal for a wide variety of light load fastening. Its unique design allows the nail to expand the anchor uniformly in the hole. This anchor can be used in a wide selection of materials including wood, hardboard, plaster, metal, cinder block, brick, slate, marble, plastic, tile, glass and concrete.
Plastic Anchor

Plastic Anchor

An expanding plastic shield anchor that expands as the screw is tightened. Used in all types of base materials.
Plastic Ribbed Anchor

Plastic Ribbed Anchor

Ribbed plastic anchors are used for light duty fastening. The extra holding power afforded by the ribs along the body of the anchor make it a preferable alternative to the standard conical plastic anchor when stronger anchoring is needed. These anchors are ideal for concrete, brick, masonry or drywall.
Single End Expansion

Single End Expansion

The Single End Expansion anchor consists of a pre-assembled set of expansion shields and an expander cone. The two-piece tubular shell type shield is held together by interlocking tabs. An internally threaded wedge-shaped cone at the working end of the anchor mates internally with the tubular shield. When the anchor is tightened, the wedge-shaped cone is drawn into the shields, compressing them against the base material. This anchor a machine bolt anchor designed for use in concrete, block, brick and stone.
Sleeve Anchors

Sleeve Anchors

Sleeve anchors are used for anchoring window and door frames, thresholds, cabinets, dock bumpers, aluminum and steel angles, steel columns, etc. One benefit is that the base material doesn't have to be solid. Like the wedge anchor, the sleeve anchor's diameter and hole size are the same, simplifying installation. This anchor can be removed after installation. Sleeve anchors can be used in materials consisting of brick, thin wall, marble, cinder block, and concrete.
Toggle Bolt

Toggle Bolt

The Toggle Bolt is a two-part assembly consisting of a machine screw and a spring wing toggle. The Toggle Bolt has positive action that opens the wings automatically by means of a double-looped spring within the head. As the anchor is tightened, the wing configuration is designed to sit flat against the backside of the wall; this provides even distribution of load weight to prevent pull through. The Toggle Bolt is a spring wing type hollow wall anchor designed for use in block, wallboard, drywall, and other hollow base materials.
Toggle Wing

Toggle Wing

Heavy duty toggle wings are zinc coasted. Appropriate sizing is stamped on the wing for easy identification.
Wedge Anchors

Wedge Anchors

The Wedge Anchor is used for heavy duty fastening applications where high pullout ratings are required. The anchor and the hole diameter are the same. The advanced design of the collar reduces the likelihood of the anchor spinning within the hole. Proper installation requires cleaning out the hole. Install using a torque wrench set to the suggested level as provided in the instruction sheet. The wedge is used in a variety of structural applications, including fastening sheet metal, steel, aluminum angles, or wood to concrete. Wedge anchors are sold unassembled with the appropriate nuts and washers.