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Expansion Anchors

Expansion Anchors

Place these anchors into pre-drilled holes and they expand for a tight grip.

Wedge

Secure these wedge anchors by tightening the nut to draw the shank upward and wedge it into the collar.

Zinc Plated Steel

Clear Zinc Steel

Sleeve

Fasten these anchors by tightening the nut to pull the shank upward and wedge it into the sleeve.

Plain Steel

Zinc Plated Steel

Galvanized Steel

Stainless Steel

18-8 Stainless Steel

316 Stainless Steel

Pin Drive

Hammer the pin to expand the shank for a tight hold. Pin drive anchors are also known as drive rivets.

Zinc Plated Steel

Zinc Chromate Steel

Zinc Plated Nylon

Drop-In

Put these anchors into a hole in concrete, brick, or hollow block and insert a drop-in anchor tool into the end. The anchor expands against the walls of the hole when hammered for a secure fit.

Plain Steel

Zinc Plated Steel

Zinc Plated Zinc Alloy

18-8 Stainless Steel

316 Stainless Steel

Split-Drive

Drive these anchors with a hammer to make the split portion of the body push out to grip into sides of a hole.

Zinc Plated Steel

Galvanized Steel

Lag Screw

Also known as lag shields, tap these threaded anchors into holes and secure them with a lag screw to expand the sides of the anchor against the walls of the hole.

Zinc Plated Alloy Steel

Crimp Drive

Strike these anchors with a hammer to compress the crimped section and force it outward to grip the walls of a hole.

Zinc Plated Steel

Galvanized Steel