A: Yes. But you need to drill a hole in the mortar between the bricks. It might be too hard to make a hole in the brick itself. I've place them in the mortar and they are still working 6-10 years later.
A: Everbilt #8-10 x 1 in. White Ribbed Plastic Anchor with Pan-Head Combo Drive Screw (10-Piece) is appropriate for drywall application, would not recommend for brick application.
A: Everbilt #8-10 x 1 in. White Ribbed Plastic Anchor with Pan-Head Combo Drive Screw (10-Piece) will be appropriate for concrete application. For this application noted (1/2” drywall, 5/8” drywall, concrete block, solid concrete, and Hardy Board) you would use a 3/16" drill bit.
A: For the #8-10 x 1 in. White Ribbed Plastic Anchor with Pan-Head Combo Drive Screw (10-Piece) we suggest 3/16" drill bit.
A: Yea they will work on plaster walls. Drill three sixteenth hole, insert the plastic anchor making sure to firmly set it so the small plastic tab is embedded and flush with the surface of the wall, insert the screw and you are set.
A: The label indicates "for use in drywall and plaster".
A: Yes this anchor and screw will work in a plaster wall.
A: This item is not recommended for application in plaster. It can however be installed in drywall and concrete.
|Name||#8-10 x 1 in. White Ribbed Plastic Anchor with Pan-Head Combo Drive Screw (10-Piece)||3/16 in. x 2 in. Zinc-Plated Toggle Bolt with Round-Head Phillips Drive Screw (3-Pieces)||4-1/8 in. Crown Moulding Quick Clip (Pack of 6)||#8-10 x 1 in. White Ribbed Plastic Anchor (100-Piece)|
|Anchor Diameter (in.)||#8||3/16"||3/8"||#8|
|Weight Capacity (lb.)||0||1||1||22|
|Fastening Base Material||Drywall,Plaster,Wood||Cinder Block,Drywall,Plaster,Wood||Drywall,Plaster,Wood||Drywall,Plaster,Wood|
|Fastener Type||Plug Anchors||Toggle Bolts||Plug Anchors||Plug Anchors|
|Features||Coated,Self Tapping||No Additional Features||No Additional Features||Coated|
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