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Tapcon

Model 24101

Internet #202516407

Store SKU #154858

1/4 in. x 3-1/4 in. Polymer Plated Steel Hex-Washer-Head Concrete Anchors (8-Pack)

$5.48 /each

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Tapcon anchors are designed for fastening applications in concrete, block, and brick. Use to attach electrical equipment, two by fours, downspout straps, hose reels, flag poles, hurricane shutters, and more. Crafted with steel to ensure strength, Tapcon anchors are then coated with blue Climaseal to deliver extra corrosion resistance.

  • Use as masonry anchors
  • Steel construction
  • Polymer plated for durability
  • Indoor and outdoor applications
  • Building code approved

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Anchoring an Offset Umbreela

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I want to anchor down an offset umbrella to a concrete slab, the wind keeps blowing it over so it needs anchoring, can I use the masonry screws to do this?
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Please contact ITW CCNA Tech Support at 630-694-4800 (or 800-899-7890) Monday-Friday, 8-5 Central Time, for advice about the right anchor to use for your project.
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Masonry Screws

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I need 2 masonry screws a about 3 1/2 long with a philips head top, can I just buy 2 instead of a whole box?
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An 8-pack is the smallest pack size available for this Tapcon anchor.
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Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worked well Used these screws to secure two toilet flanges to the concrete slab, I hate rocking toilets. My house is 20 years old, rust caused the failure of the toilet flanges, Wanted to make sure there would be no rocking. Screws very worked well. The used the 1/4" screw, required a 3/16" hole. The last 1/2" of screwing them in was difficult, required a 1/2" rachet wrench to complete the task. December 29, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by waste of money I wanted to eliminate some sub floor looseness before putting in a new laminate floor by screwing the wooden sub floor to the concrete slab beneath. I predrilled holes the same size as the screw diameter thru the wood sub floor structure, then drilled into the concrete slab using the recommended Tapcon bit and a hammer drill. The holes were drilled abut 1/2" deeper than the screw length, then cleaned muliple times to remove debris. Initially I tried the 3/16" x 3 1/4" screws, but they snapped off while hand tightening. I then bought 1/4" x 3 1/4" , thinking they'd be stronger. Drilled new larger diameter holes following the same process as before. The larger diameter screws snapped before the heads even contacted the wood surface. A total waste of time and money! April 26, 2014
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