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Red Head 1/4 in. x 2 in. Hammer-Set Nail Drive Concrete Anchors (50-Pack)

Red Head

1/4 in. x 2 in. Hammer-Set Nail Drive Concrete Anchors (50-Pack)

$1511 /each

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Product Overview

The Hammer-Set anchor is a mechanical drive anchor consisting of a zinc die cast expansion body and zinc plated steel expander drive pin. Hammer-Set anchors are medium-duty anchors designed for a variety of fastening applications in concrete, block and brick. Use Hammer-Set anchors to attach drywall track, electrical boxes and clips, flashing, lumber and more.

  • Works in concrete, block and brick
  • Great for fastening electric boxes, conduit clips, roof flashing, plywood and 2 x lumber
  • Fast, easy installation
  • Install through material to be fastened
  • Low profile mushroom head
  • For indoor and outdoor use
  • Not for use in overheadĀ applications

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Customer Questions & Answers

will product hold a 2x4 to a concrete floor

Asked by: Ray
Red Head Hammer-set anchors should be capable of holding 2x4s to wall and floor concrete applications (do not use Hammer-sets for overhead applications). The minimum embedment for 1/4” diameter Hammer-sets is 5/8”, since the actual dimensions for 2x4s is 1.5”x3.5” you should go with a Hammer set that is 3 inches long to ensure you meet minimum embedment. Pre drill the concrete using a 1/4” ANSI concrete drill bit, clean out the hole using a wire brush and air. The safe working load for single installation under static loading conditions for a 1/4” diameter hammer-set at 3/4” embedment is 220 pounds for tension and 242 pounds for shear. Please contact customer service at 877-489-2726 if you have any more questions.
Answered by: Paslode
Date published: 2016-06-28

are these anchors strong enough to hold a 3 ft post on top of a concrete wall with 4 anchors per post

Asked by: Charles
Please contact ITW CCNA Tech Support at 1-800-848-5611.
Answered by: Paslode
Date published: 2015-10-31
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