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Drill, screw in, done
The concrete screw anchor is an innovative anchoring system for securing assembly parts to concrete and other solid masonry. With its cutting-teeth design, the concrete screw anchor cuts a thread in the drill hole as it is screwed in, creating a connection with mechanical interlocking and no expansion pressure.
staircase railings, grilles, beams, brackets, metal structures, formwork supports, cable conduits, pipes, mounting rails, ventilation ducts, suspended ceilings, sprinkler systems etc.
normal weight concrete with a strength class of at least C20/25 and up to maximum C50/60, solid sand-lime brick, hollow sand-lime brick, masonry brick and lightweight concrete.
Field of Application:
For securing purlins to concrete
Please note: Pre-drill purlins/wooden beams with dia. 10 mm hole
- Approved for use in masonry (note types and dimensions)
- Shallow drill hole depths and small drill hole diameters
- Cutting teeth at the fore of the anchor ensure minimal tightening torque
- No expansion effect, hence minimal spacing and edge distance
- Quick and simple in-place installation, can be easily inserted by mechanical means
- Immediate load-bearing capacity - no waiting
- Fastening can be fully removed again
- No torque control required
- Broad range of uses due to numerous versions
- Attractive design with countersunk hexagon head
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