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Concrete Anchors Nail Expansion Anchors
Screw Anchors
Wall Anchors Wedge Anchors

Concrete Anchors
Concrete Anchors are fully removable solutions for solid and cracked concrete and grout filled CMU block. They can be used in uncracked concrete and grout filled CMU block. They also can be used for fastening in concrete, block, brick, masonry, and some other types of stone.

Nail Expansion Anchors
Nail Expansion Anchors can be used to describe the majority of concrete and masonry anchors. Anchors of this type are designed with an expansion mechanism that compresses against the base material.

Screw Anchors
A Screw Anchor is commonly called a “rawl plug” or dowel. It is a fiber or plastic (originally wood) dowel used to enable the attachment of a screw in material that is porous or brittle or that would otherwise not support the weight of the object attached with the screw. It is a type of fastener that for example allows screws to be fitted into masonry walls.

Tie Down Anchors
Tie Down Anchors are ideal for marine environments, the 316 Stainless Steel d-ring tie-down will withstand corrosion better than most d-rings on the market. Tie Down Anchors form a passive layer of corrosion on the surface, but it does NOT accelerate to the core of the product extending the life of the d-ring in high moisture environments.

Wall Anchors
Wall Anchors are a steel strap fastened to the end of every second or third common joist and built into the brickwork of a wall to provide lateral support. It is also known as a joist anchor.

Wedge Anchors
Wedge Anchors are designed to anchor objects into concrete. They are installed into a pre-drilled hole and then tightening the nut to securely anchor into the concrete expands the wedge. They are not removable after the anchor is expanded.