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It depends on the size you use. See you tube for video tutorials on this item and other home depot items.
Yes, it will drive it in. Whether or not it will hold is another story. I personally would use masonry screw fastening method. Good luck!
Hi Harry - This is Taylor from Ramset. Yes, however, for attaching into thicker steel beems, #5 red loads are recommended and the hammershot's highest power is #4 yellow. Please feel free to call us at (877) 489-2726 or email us at CS@itwbrands.com for further assistance.
Use this chart from Ramset https://www.ramset.com/portals/0/pdf/ramsetpdrfastener_loadchart.pdf
In my opinion, its just there to cover the company from lawsuits.
cinder block is iffy with ramset, the blocks are pretty brittle. concrete block is probably ok, just try to hit the block in a spot with the same density each time so the pins set the same depth. Have you given construction adhesive such as PL a thought?
The load type depends mostly on how old the concrete is. If its old and cured Id recommend the bigger size
You dont need a license. I would consider using a screw into concrete. You can either rent or buy a small hammer drill and drill a hole (size recommended for the 3/16 screw) in the concrete. Drill hole in bucket, Then use a ratchet to screw a hex head type 3/16 concrete screw 1-1/2long through bucket into the hole. This will work better and if you ever want to remove it you can take out the screw.
I would use concrete screws for that project. Predill the holes and use concrete screws. I find the hammershit tool is limited in depth penetration even when using heavy shot.