We also have many anchors ideal for heavy-duty concrete and masonry projects. Our selection of anchoring adhesives and accessories will ensure your heavy-duty masonry and concrete projects will have a strong bond. Anchor bolts are used to securely attach structures to concrete. Lag shields and expansion shield anchors are designed to anchor lag screws into concrete, brick and block. Fasten objects to solid concrete with wedge anchors which are installed into predrilled holes. Drop-in anchors are also installed into predrilled holes in concrete, but they require a setting tool. Sleeve anchors are ideal for holding objects in place in hollow blocks or bricks. Hammer drive pin anchors are hammered into concrete or brick surfaces to provide a stable base for objects.
There are also many different anchors available for machinery and equipment. Threaded rods and nipples are entirely threaded, making them ideal in situations where a fastener may not have sufficient threads to fasten an object.
Anchors bolts are threaded and are used to attach objects to concrete.
The two substances in anchor epoxy are mixed together once dispensed.
Anchoring kits contain a variety of anchors in a variety of styles.
Drop-in anchors are internally threaded and can be removed.
Drive anchors are also known as split-drive anchors.
Expansion shield anchors can be used in concrete and stone.
Sleeve anchors consist of an anchor body and a long expansion clip.
Threaded rods can be threaded on both ends or along the entire length.
Toggle bolt anchors are suitable for hollow wall installations.
Wall anchors distribute the weight of an object evenly.