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  • What are the advantages of express nail anchors?

    What are the advantages of express nail anchors?

    Compared to screw and plug anchors, express nail anchors are very fast and can be installed without any problems. They are made from steel and are used for anchoring timber into concrete. They are suitable for a variety of construction, including solid brickwork, metal profiles, and timber battens. ... read more

    Nov 24,2022 Industry News
  • How to Install Split Drive Anchors in Concrete?

    How to Install Split Drive Anchors in Concrete?

    Probably the most common application for split drive anchors are the tamper proofing of wood to concrete, but they also make excellent underlayment. In general, these anchors are made from Grade 2 carbon steel with zinc coating. One of the easiest ways to install a split drive anchor is by drilling ... read more

    Nov 18,2022 Industry News
  • Express nail anchors are light-duty fixings

    Express nail anchors are light-duty fixings

    Express nail anchors are light-duty fixings, suitable for masonry and concrete. They are also ideal for timber work. They can be hammered into place quickly and easily. In addition, they can also be used to anchor doors. They are available in a range of sizes, from single to double-headed. Express N... read more

    Nov 11,2022 Industry News
  • What should I pay attention to when using lag screw anchors?

    What should I pay attention to when using lag screw anchors?

    Lag Screw Anchors are special screws that hold Small Lag Screws in place. They are a great choice for small to medium net installation projects. They come in 100-packs and are designed to be inserted into the desired surface. You must drill a hole of the same diameter as the anchor and length plus a... read more

    Nov 03,2022 Industry News
  • What are the types of machine screw anchors?

    What are the types of machine screw anchors?

    There are two types of Machine Screw Anchors. One type is made from Anchor Body Antimonial Lead Ally, and the other is made from Cone Zamac Ally. Each is designed for a specific application. The first type is designed for block, brick, and concrete. The second type is made for use in moist environme... read more

    Oct 28,2022 Industry News
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