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1/4 in. x 2-3/4 in. Phillips-Flat-Head Concrete Anchors (75-Pack)

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  • Designed for fastening into solid concrete, brick or hollow block
  • Coated for corrosion protection
  • Strong enough for heavy duty projects
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As the original Concrete screw anchor that revolutionized the construction world, Tapcon brand Concrete anchors deliver the ease of use, superior precision and the unparalleled performance that professionals demand. Tapcon Concrete screw anchors draw from its unique ability to TAP its own threads into Concrete, making it an excellent alternative to expansion anchors, plugs and lag shields. Use Tapcon Concrete screw anchors for installing sill plates, electrical equipment, furring strips and many other applications that require fastening into brick, block or Concrete.
  • Works in all masonry-based material including concrete, block or brick
  • Use these screws for a variety of projects including fixing sill plates, electrical equipment 2 ft. x 4 ft. and many other fixtures to masonry
  • Climaseal blue coating delivers long-lasting corrosion protection
  • Chisel edges accurately cut threads into concrete allowing for consistent driving performance and back holding power
  • Advanced thread form reduces installation torque by 30%, allowing for use in a wider range of materials
  • Reputation for quality, strength and ease of installation from industry professionals
  • Approved for use in ACQ treated lumber
  • Includes a free carbide-tipped Tapcon drill bit
  • To install, use a 3/16 in. carbide-tipped Tapcon drill bit to drill pilot hole

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Fastener Length (in.)1.752.752.753.25
Fastener Head StyleHexHexFlatHex
Fastener/Connector MaterialSteelSteelSteelSteel
Package Quantity75757575
Maximum Weight Capacity (lb.)0000
Finish FamilyBlueBlueBlueBlue
Anchor Diameter (in.)3/16"1/4"1/4"1/4"
Fastener TypeConcrete ScrewsConcrete ScrewsConcrete ScrewsConcrete Screws
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Specifications

Dimensions

Anchor Diameter (in.)
1/4"
Anchor Length (in.)
2.75
Fastener Length (in.)
2.75
Required Drill Hole Size (in.)
0.188

Details

Color Family
Blue
Fastener Head Style
Flat
Fastener Plating
Polymer
Fastener Type
Concrete Screws
Fastener/Connector Material
Steel
Fastening Base Material
Brick,Cinder Block,Concrete
Features
Coated
Finish
Climaseal
Finish Family
Blue
Included
No Additional Items Included
Interior/Exterior
Exterior,Interior
Maximum Weight Capacity (lb.)
0
Measurement Standard
SAE
Package Quantity
75
Product Weight (lb.)
.027
Returnable
90-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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Can these be used to anchor a 2x4 to a concrete ceiling?

Asked by Joe August 29, 2020
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Could these be used to hang fairly large decorative shutters on the outside of a brick house? Wha...

Asked by GES July 15, 2020
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Hmm. Not to sure if I can answer that.. I’d say a weight limit they can hold is about 250 IB.. But I’m just throwing a number.. I can’t answer that . Sorry.

2 questions- what washers do you recommend for Tapcon screws? Since the middle of the screw expa...

Asked by SN July 8, 2020
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I did not use wahsers. The worked great without them.

I want to hang shelves in my garage, the block I have is hallow, and will be securing a 2x4x8 to ...

Asked by erich April 16, 2020
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Hi Erich, this is Nick from the Tapcon Product team. A longer Tapcon must be used for this application to achieve proper embedment depth into the wall.

I will be hanging cabinets. But I will probably have 1/4 or 1/2 inch drywall, then 1/2 inch wood...

Asked by abdullah March 28, 2020
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Firstly, I assume you're dealing with household (kitchen type) cabinets. Your question has to do with what affects shear strength of Tapcons. Data necessary to resolve your dilemma can be found at http://www.barnhillbolt.com/specs/TapconPerform.htm OR https://www.itwredhead.com/portals/0/fmproductcatalog/documents/products/37/tapcontechnicaldata.pdf OR https://www.confast.com/technical-specifications-for-tapcon-concrete-screws/ OR https://images.homedepot-static.com/catalog/pdfImages/c0/c063f0ba-e028-42fd-9652-a519dfcf1198.pdf. Simply put, the weight of your cabinet sections determines the number of properly embedded Tapcons you need. This (conservatively) neglects friction imposed by clamping forces (from properly torqued screws) drawing cabinet backs against the wall finish. Of course, cabinet backs must be robust enough to resist those shear (downward sliding) forces. At this point you'll want to consider whether the screw heads will pull through due to eccentricity. (Distance to center-of-gravity from wall will cause overturning moment producing prying action away from wall.) Washers, anyone? I'm confident the tensile (pull-out) capacity of the screws will be adequate for household cabinets. Check the referenced tables. Industrial shelving would be a different matter. If the sliding criterion is not met, you can install a shear rail (cleat) beneath the cabinets which is akin to permanentizing the alignment rail you used to set their height. Admittedly, there is little information about the effect of cantilever (shank length under the screw head assumed not supported by the wall finish). However bending deflection, due to same, somewhat is limited by the compressive strength of those finish materials. It would be interesting to pose this esoteric to the manufacturer and request a table of load factors. But, unless I were hanging mission-critical or vibrating / shock-loaded equipment on a steel plate (and I'd use undercut anchors or cast-in-place embedments for that), I'd rely on the product safety factor and my rounded up number of selected fasteners to cover that eventuality. Also, for a few cents more, one can use the next bigger size fastener for added peace of mind. If you have a scientific bent, test load the installed cabinets. And, by the way, when calculating the fastener layout, don't neglect the weight of contents - pantry provisions, dinnerware and stoneware are not light!

Do these come in 1/4x21/4 or 21/2" in length?

Asked by Red December 2, 2019
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I bought these a few weeks ago to secure several pieces of plywood to some brick surfaces. After pre drilling the pilot holes with the recommend drill bit size listed on the outside of the container in the instruction area, the holes were too large and the screws could not grip the inside of the hole and the plywood is still loose. I was very disappointed.

Two part question: 1) Any special instructions on removing and re-inserting these? 2) Is the stre...

Asked by SalsaQueen June 29, 2019
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If you are anchored in concrete block I wouldn't recommend removing and reinserting. The block is not homogeneous and chances are you will never get it to seat again. Solid / poured concrete might be a different story but block, no.

What size countersink bit do i need to use with the 1/4" flat head tapcon?

Asked by gates May 6, 2019
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Will this product hold up cabinets for kitchen.

Asked by Joy March 11, 2017
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Yes

how many pounds will four of these support in concrete siding?

Asked by lyndahoney May 31, 2015
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Since we don’t know the strength of the material, we can only reference (2) documents for your use. These documents outline conditions such as spacing requirements, etc. to get certain loads. 1. For Concrete attachment http://www.itwredhead.com/pdfs/Red_Head_approvals/ESR-2202_revised_March_2015.pdf 2. For Masonry attachment http://tapcon.com/documents/ESR-1671.pdf

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Customer Reviews

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3 of 4 sheered off
Followed the instructions exactly. Drilled with 3/16” bit 1/2” deeper than needed. When driving in, sheered at almost the exact spot on each one. Had to make 3 extra holes because after they sheered I couldnt get them out. A 10 min job turned into a 2 hour one
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Tapcons are awesome!!
Tapcons are awesome!!
by Rsgetbit1
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These are good concrete screws but if you’ve never drilled into concrete don’t get frustrated when you break them. 3” into a slab will put a lot of stress on this fastener and the concrete has no give unlike steel or wood. Drilling into CMU block you won’t have much trouble but poured concrete is much tougher. Also results may depend on your location as concrete may be harder or softer due to local geography and aggregate mixes. Be prepared to break 1/4 of them in hard concrete
by JoeB
worked great. used to fasten treated base plate to concrete...
worked great. used to fasten treated base plate to concrete and rigid foam to basement concrete wall.
by Jk
Has many applications where masonry anchors are cumbersome. Tapcons provide lots of holding powe...
Has many applications where masonry anchors are cumbersome. Tapcons provide lots of holding power expediently with little effort and less clean-up. They offer several diameters and lengths, so one can select the required shear and tensile capacity. (Though I've used overkill on occasion because I had another size on hand...they're economical.) Correct drill size is important - Do use the recommended drills; and replace as needed. Running them undersize may cause the screws to break... In preference to drop-in (sleeve) or undercut (wedge) anchors, I use these for light loads such as routing utilities (See photos 1 and 2,) and shelving (See photo 3.), and medium duty loads such as light ductwork / piping. (See photos 4 and 5.) No anchor installation is completely reversible, but relocating or removing a Tapcon-affixed bracket leaves only minor defects in the masonry - readily patched or sealed if necessary. Tapcons also are treated to resist corrosion. A higher grade 'Ultrashield' is offered as well as stainless steel. Also advantageous is the Tapcon Installation Kit which quickly adapts the drill and driver bit being used to a single tool.
by rod
I used these to install a door handle on a solid concrete foundation. The anchors worked great. I...
I used these to install a door handle on a solid concrete foundation. The anchors worked great. I would agree and skip using the drill bit that comes in the package. I used my rotary hammer drill and bit to bore the holes and an impact drill to install the screws. Even though these are Phillips head, they didn't strip. I use this handle to pull myself up and out of the drivers seat of a very low slung car. after two seasons, the screws are rock solid, the handle has never moved.
by driver8
Good for our school garden needs.
Good for our school garden needs.
by TUSDGrows
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by HomeDepotCustomer
Used these to hang a prehung door in a concrete block wall. Works good. Hold well.
Used these to hang a prehung door in a concrete block wall. Works good. Hold well.
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