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Red Head

Model 50098

Internet #100177919

Store SKU #940557

1/2 in. x 7 in. Steel Hex-Nut-Head Concrete Wedge Anchor

$3.45 /each

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The Red Head 1/2 in. x 7 in. Steel Hex-Nut-Head Concrete Wedge Anchor is specially designed for fastening applications into solid concrete. It is crafted with steel to help ensure strength and features a fully threaded design that accommodates various fixture thicknesses. Fully-threaded design accommodates fixtures of various thicknesses.

  • Fastens applications into solid concrete
  • Great for attaching metal doors, window frames and electrical, HVAC and plumbing systems
  • Steel construction
  • Plated with zinc for added durability
  • 7 in. long

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how deep into the concrete does this fastener have to extend to anchor an exterior wall sill plate?

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Hi John,
Thank you for your question. The minimum embedment depth (measured from the bottom of the clip to concrete surface) in solid un-cracked concrete for a 1/2" RedHead Trubolt wedge anchor is 1-7/8" or 3-3/8". We provide two embedment depths to allow for design flexibility. The pull-out strength of the anchor will also change depending on the concrete compressive strength.
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Hi John,
Thank you for your question. The minimum embedment depth (measured from the bottom of the clip to concrete surface) in solid un-cracked concrete for a 1/2" RedHead Trubolt wedge anchor is 1-7/8" or 3-3/8". We provide two embedment depths to allow for design flexibility. The pull-out strength of the anchor will also change depending on the concrete compressive strength.
The drilling depth is determined by adding the fixture thickness to the minimum embedment depth. Please ensure that the slab thickness is at least 5 inches thick for 1-7/8" embedment and 6 inches thick for 3-3/8" embedment. The minimum anchor edge distance should be at least 3-3/4" from the edge for 1-7/8" embedment and 6-3/4" from the edge for 3-3/8" embedment. Finally, if you are using multiple anchors, make sure that they are spaced 3-3/4" from center of each anchor.
This is quite a bit of information,but we want to make sure that you are following the correct guidelines for your safety. Please feel free to call our customer service at 877-489-2726 if you have any questions. Read Less
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Can I use this product to hang artwork?

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I am trying to hang a 65lb piece of art onto a wall which is drywall over concrete cinder blocks.

What type of hanging hardware would fasten to this anchor?

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Wedge anchors (especially of this size) are designed to attach large, heavy equipment to solid concrete. Sleeve anchors are a more appropriate expansion anchor option for hollow block. A more simple option to consider is to use a Tapcon screw anchor. Simply predrill the hole with the manufacturer's carbide bit and a hammer-drill. Install the anchor into the hole using the proper bit or socket. The load Read More
Wedge anchors (especially of this size) are designed to attach large, heavy equipment to solid concrete. Sleeve anchors are a more appropriate expansion anchor option for hollow block. A more simple option to consider is to use a Tapcon screw anchor. Simply predrill the hole with the manufacturer's carbide bit and a hammer-drill. Install the anchor into the hole using the proper bit or socket. The load ratings are printed on the packaging. I hope I answered your question. Read Less
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