Model 24367

Internet #100543590

Store SKU #607131

3/16 in. x 2-3/4 in. White Polymer Plated Steel Philips Head Concrete Anchors (75-Pack)

$16.98 /each

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Product Overview

Tapcon is the "original masonry" anchor designed for fastening applications in concrete, block, and brick. Use Tapcon anchors to attach electrical equipment, two by fours, downspout straps, hose reels, flag poles, hurricane shutters, and more. The "Blue climaseal" coating provides extended corrosion protection and makes Tapcon anchors perfect for outdoor use.

  • Works in all masonry base materials
  • Attach electrical equipment, downspout straps, hose reels, flag poles, hurricane shutters, and more
  • White ultrashield finish resists corrosion
  • Indoor and outdoor applications
  • Fast and easy installation
  • Removable
  • Slotted hex and Philips flat head styles
  • Building code approved

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Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by worked beautifully Drilled pilot holes using Bosch 5/32 masonry drill bit into fully cured (36 days) concrete under the 2X4. Worked like a charm. I also laid some construction adhesive before installing the anchors. It is just a 20 inch wide by 36 inch high wall that will hold an 18 in by 20 in 3/4 in glass panel. The wall doesn'the budge. I'm doubtful that this size anchor would work for a larger need but just get a larger anchor. I recommend this product when installed correctly. You really need to predrill. June 10, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by weak shank I tried to use these to attach wood to a poured concrete basement wall. Four out of four snapped off before the wood was secure. Having installed 1/4" shank screws in the same wall with no problem I believe that 3/16" is too thin for this length screw. //they may work fine for softer material like brick. March 7, 2014
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