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  • What are the uses of lead wood screw anchors?

    What are the uses of lead wood screw anchors?

    Lead wood screw anchors are used for a variety of applications and are used in masonry, concrete, and brick. Their solid body allows them to expand to accommodate irregularities in the hole, making them ideal for light duty anchoring. They also have a low-profile design, making them easy to work wit... read more

    Sep 29,2022 Industry News
  • What are the types of metal frame anchors?

    What are the types of metal frame anchors?

    There are several different types of Metal Frame Anchors. The types of hollow metal frame anchors include Multipurpose combination anchors, Z-Clip anchors, and Wood stud anchors. Wood stud anchors Wood stud anchors can be used for many reasons. They are commonly used in interior wall construction, b... read more

    Sep 22,2022 Industry News
  • What are the benefits of nylon easy-drive anchors?

    What are the benefits of nylon easy-drive anchors?

    The Nylon Easy Drive Anchor is a removable light-duty anchor that's designed for a variety of substrates, including concrete, stone, hollow brick, block, and slab. Its design allows for fast installation and can be used for both indoor and outdoor applications. It also provides structural support to... read more

    Sep 15,2022 Industry News
  • What are the advantages of using nylon fixing frame anchors?

    What are the advantages of using nylon fixing frame anchors?

    Nylon Fixing Frame Anchors are light duty nails with expansion capability, ideal for solid masonry and hollow walls. These anchors have an easy to remove nail head. They eliminate the need for marking holes, provide high pressure, and reduce cold bridging compared to standard grade plastic expansion... read more

    Sep 08,2022 Industry News
  • How to install nylon hammer drive anchors?

    How to install nylon hammer drive anchors?

    When you use nylon hammer drive anchors, you will need to drill a hole at a depth of 3/4 inches or less. Use a depth gauge provided with your hammer drill to ensure the depth you need for the hole. You can also use a taping bit to make sure you get the proper depth for the hole. The length of the dr... read more

    Sep 02,2022 Industry News
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