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1/2 in. x 4 in. Steel Hex-Head Sleeve Anchors (25-Pack)

  • Fasten into concrete, hollow or grout-filled block and brick
  • Can be used to install machinery and for supportive structure
  • Contractor grade and building code approved
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The Red Head 1/2 in. x 4 in. Steel Hex-Head Sleeve Anchors (25-Pack) are designed for fastening into concrete, block and brick. They are ideal for hand rails, window frames, partitions, cabinets, shelves and pipe supports. Nut and washer preassembled. Building code approved.
  • For fastening into concrete, block and brick
  • Ideal for hand rails, window frames, partitions, cabinets, shelves and pipe supports
  • Steel construction
  • Metallic finish
  • Learn more about concrete anchors here.

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Fastener Length (in.)1.754.2544
Fastener Head StyleFlatHex NutHexHex
Fastener/Connector MaterialSteelSteelSteelSteel
Package Quantity75252510
Maximum Weight Capacity (lb.)0000
Finish FamilyWhiteZincZincBlue
Anchor Diameter (in.)3/16"1/2"1/2"3/8"
Fastener TypeConcrete ScrewsWedge AnchorsSleeve AnchorsConcrete Screws
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Specifications

Dimensions

Anchor Diameter (in.)
1/2"
Anchor Length (in.)
4
Fastener Length (in.)
4
Required Drill Hole Size (in.)
.50

Details

Color Family
Metallic
Fastener Head Style
Hex
Fastener Plating
Zinc
Fastener Type
Sleeve Anchors
Fastener/Connector Material
Steel
Features
Coated
Finish
Zinc
Finish Family
Zinc
Included
No Additional Items Included
Interior/Exterior
Interior
Maximum Weight Capacity (lb.)
0
Measurement Standard
SAE
Package Quantity
25
Product Weight (lb.)
.225
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
ITW Brands warrants that this product is free from defects in material and workmanship. ITW Brands' sole liability for any breach of this warranty shall be to replace this product or refund the purchase price.

Questions & Answers

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I am attaching 2 x 6 header to cinder brick wall of my house for a new deck, should I use the 3" or 4" long sleeve anchors?

Asked by OceanRockN September 19, 2018
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I would use the 4 inch anchors. They will work well for you

I need to attach my piece of wood to a brick column. Do I drill into the mortar joint or directly...

Asked by WoodtoBrick May 30, 2017
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Brick not mortar - be careful :) size of anchor and mass of brick column can also be an issue. If this is load-bearing, consult a contractor.

Following up on my question about drilling into the brick or mortar joint when attaching wood to ...

Asked by WoodtoBrick June 15, 2017
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That is also an issue and you should not attach with large diameter anchor such as 1/2" above (will split the brick) - or to any great depth. Wow! what are you wanting to build?

what size bit?

Asked by ginahere April 17, 2016
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for the 1/2" anchor - use the recommended 1/2" bit on the package. I have a Bosch SDS system, so bought the 1/2" SDS bit. My spouse saw me laboring too much so bought the Bosch 8 Amp Corded 1 in. SDS-Plus Bulldog Xtreme Variable Speed Rotary Hammer for me :)

In the video that is shown above for installing this item, after the person drills the hole, he u...

Asked by LewisLandscapeServices May 7, 2017
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Have never used the item (or seen it in stores). Spouse saw me laboring with an old 1/2" drill and bought me a Bosch 8 Amp Corded 1 in. SDS-Plus Bulldog Xtreme Variable Speed Rotary Hammer with Auxiliary Handle and Carrying Case. The SDS tool system had extra fluting to remove chaff, and what was left - I vacuumed with a pencil snout on my shop-vac

Can these be used in ACQ pressure treated lumber?

Asked by Mark June 29, 2018
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Some fasteners can corrode when combined with certain treated lumber. Note that treated lumber comes in structural and non-structural (for fences, etc.) varieties. Check with your recommendations from your metal connector provider (like, Strong-Tie). I ignored this once - had to rebuild 5 years later (have got to enjoy ignorance and building in the same breath) Be good to yourself - build for the future of yourself and family (or that family that will buy your place). ~Jillian

This is NOT stainless steel, correct? Does HD carry the 304 stainless version?

Asked by Hapsson April 2, 2018
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Not stainless - they come in Zinc-Plated Steel. Not sure of the grade, but had 16" 1/2"-drive handle adding plenty of torque. Stainless would be good for some applications, but have found it to be iffy when torqueing down.

what is the recommended max weight one can hold?

Asked by andy December 30, 2014
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From fastener specs, a class 2, 1/2 bolt with 13 pitch (course) has a clamp load of about 5,800 lbs. but that does not take in the anchor specs - nor the anchor target material, and how deep the anchor is in the base. I will sometimes give Granger a call for specs on fasteners (if the packaging or sales area does not have them). Often you will find that your Home Depot specialist has some good advice in the area - I have found that when they do not have the answer, they will level with you. Makes all the difference in the world (and, redundancy) My first reference would be DIY books with certified plans to give me a general idea on anchors - then, I kick it up a size, and double the count per linear foot. Always insure that my anchor target is clean and solid (or replace it) ~ Jillian

Are 5/8 sleeve anchors appropriate for attaching a post base to a concrete pier?

Asked by Cabot December 24, 2015
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depends on the post-base, size and material for post, and how many anchors and what size of anchor the base takes. Then, what is your load distributed on that post. Start with your distributed/expected load (and building/permit requirements). Then, look at the base (minimum) required (I at least double that). The base will have recommended anchoring - look to that to take off on. Note that anchors in concrete and masonry can only be so close together, and that depends on the anchor size, depth, and the stress that the base will be under (and also, the nature of the material you are anchoring into). Simpson Strong Tie has all of the documentation to get started. The one below is for posts anchored to existing concrete, and uses 1/2" anchors. I have used this many times for fence posts on old concrete.

How much can a red head sleeve anchor 1/2 inch by 4 in pickup

Asked by Crantz December 4, 2020
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I think you are asking what weight it can hold. I can’t find that listed anywhere but it is dependent on the concrete you anchor it in and whatever shelf bracket you use with it. This anchor is likely stronger than most shelves you can hang with it

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The instruction on back say to hit head with hammer... do NOT do this this, the you ruin the threads and you will be waste all day thinking abou how to remove the nut and anchor. USE a piece of scrap wood opposite of a hammer when inserting it.
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I have used this Product many times it is an excellent tool especially for Production Machines and such they are suitable for other applications as well Like Warehouse Racking.
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needed tie-downs for wolmanized lumber as base for new cabineted walls in basement. Easy to use, ...
needed tie-downs for wolmanized lumber as base for new cabineted walls in basement. Easy to use, no fuss. Combined with liquid nails - need I say more?
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excellent strong anchor bolts.
excellent strong anchor bolts.
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Worked perfectly for the job at hand!
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Solid sleeve anchors that provide a good hold.
I installed two of these in cinder block wall (in the area of the block sidewalls and mortar and they held well. I drilled a 1/2" diameter hole and the fit was a bit tight, I would recommend a 9/16" bit, especially if you are screwing the bolt out more than an inch. I used these to secure an old 2x4 shelf bracket to the wall and they worked great.
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Really worked well after made 1/2 bit hole two anchors did not enter properly. But overall I am p...
Really worked well after made 1/2 bit hole two anchors did not enter properly. But overall I am pleased.
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