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Fastening Systems > Concrete Sleeve Anchor

Concrete Fastening Systems

Concrete Sleeve Anchors' design allows them to anchor into concrete, brick and block. Sleeve anchors work by inserting them into a hole drilled into concrete. Turning the nut pulls the working end of the sleeve anchor up through the sleeve, expanding and anchoring itself securely in the concrete, brick or block.

Technical Information:

The Sleeve Anchor is constructed of high quality steel parts. Each part is zinc plated and assembled into a complete ready-to-use anchor. The anchor consists of a threaded stud with an outwardly flared cone-shaped end. A tubular expander sleeve is assembled over the stud and butted against the small diameter of the cone. A washer and hex nut are then assembled on the stud to complete the anchor. The anchor works on a true expansion principle: Tightening of the nut pulls the cone-shaped stud end into the expander sleeve, wedging it outward and locking the anchor into the base material.

Concrete Sleeve Anchor - Approvals:

Listed by Underwriters Laboratories (UL), International Conference of Building Officials (ICBO), Board of Standards and Appeals (BSA), City of L.A., Meets or exceeds U.S. Government G.S.A.

Concrete Sleeve Anchor - Applications:

Medium duty into concrete, block and brick. Installation: (1) Drill hole through mounting holes in fixture or directly through material to be fastened and into the base material, using a carbide bit conforming to ANSI B94, 12-77 with the same size bit as anchor diameter. (2) Clean hole with wire brush. (3) Make sure nut is flush with the top threaded part of anchor. Insert anchor assembly through mounting holes in fixture and into the base material. Push anchor assembly until washer is snug against the fixture. (4) Turn nut by hand until snugged up. Tighten the nut with a wrench (use a screwdriver for flat/round heads), approximately three or four full turns or until anchor is tightly secured to the base material.

Note: Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this product information. However, Marbri does not make any claim on the accuracy of the information provided. For up to date specifications and product information, please visit this supplier's website.

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