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Pro Installation Tool Kit for Tapcon Concrete Anchors

  • Works with all Drills and Drivers
  • Reduces over-torqueing and head-snapping, creating less downtime
  • Makes repetitive drilling and installation of Tapcon anchors easy
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Get the job done right the first every time with the Tapcon Pro Installation Kit. The Tapcon Pro Installation Kit is a power tool attachment that drives Tapcon anchors and is compatible with all impact drivers, hammer drills and rotary hammer drills. Use the Tapcon Pro Installation Kit to make any Tapcon anchoring job faster and easier.
  • Includes a Tapcon drill bit adapter, 1/8 in. hex key, drive sleeve, #2 and #3 philips bits, 1/4 in. and 5/16 in. recessed hex drivers and a carrying pouch
  • Compatibility with all hammer drills, rotary hammers and impact drivers making jobs faster and easier
  • Works with both straight shank and SDS drill bits
  • Recessed hex drivers help reduce over-torqueing and head-snapping, creating less downtime
  • Installation kit fits fully assembled in the carrying pouch, reducing the chance of lost parts and eliminating the need for disassembly
  • Eliminates the need for two drills or extra nut drivers

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Height (in.)
6.75
Product Length (in.)
1.25 in
Product Width (in.)
7.5

Details

Color Family
Silver
Drill Attachment Product Type
Adaptor
Material
Steel
Pack Size
1
Power Tool Accessory Type
Other Accessory
Product Weight (lb.)
.625
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

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Customer Reviews

  • 3.9
    out of 68 reviews
  • 68% recommend this product
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I owned the last version of this tool for 15 years and LOVED IT. However, this tool has been poor...
I owned the last version of this tool for 15 years and LOVED IT. However, this tool has been poorly redesigned. The sleeve holds on to bits (and the drill itself) with a small ball bearing on both ends held in by a small metal band. On the first use, the small metal bands loosened, spun down the tool, and the ball bearings flew out. This rendered the tool useless (cuz it won't hold on to bits any longer). Because my last tool was so great, I was quite aggravated with thoughts of "engineered cost cutting". However, the company customer service is impressive. One call and they are sending me a replacement tool. The engineer also called me (although he said "it's the first time he's ever heard of this issue"). When I get my new one, I'm going to wrap some electrical tape around the bands to hold them in place and cross my fingers.
by Bertram28
    4 people found this helpful
    Helpful in some situations
    The Tapcon Install Kit seems like a great idea. I install Tapcon anchors on regular occasions. For someone like me, it’s a good idea. For high users of anchors, stick with the 2-tool method; its faster and easier. And for those that rarely install anchors, skip this tool for now. But back to me. I was looking for a way to simplify my anchor installs AND get better results. The over-torqueing and snapping of heads; YES, this will help a lot, but only if you are installing the hex screws; for Philips screws, it does little help. You also have to use an allen wrench (hex wrench) to install the drill bit. Tool-less would be better. Now if they included (2) of the Drill Bit Adapters, that would be great as I can have 2 bits installed at the same time. Instructions for rotary hammers don’t make sense. I am not sure this kit would give you much advantage for a rotary hammer. But for hammer drills and impact drivers, yes, a huge advantage. The hex drivers are magnetic, so the screws are held in the bit. Be sure to buy 2 drill bits as the kit does not include any drill bits and it’s best to have a spare. Here’s a tip: Cut out the instructions from the back of the package and include it in your carry pouch. The pouch is great; it keeps all the pieces together.
    by JohnS
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    2 people found this helpful
    Makes drilling Tapcons easy
    The Tapcon pro installation kit makes repetitive drillings and installation of Tapcon anchors easy. Select the correct size Tapcon drill for anchor to be used and insert into the drill adapter, tighten the set screw with the hex key provided. Insert the drill adapter into a hammer drill or impact driver. Drill hole ¼” deeper than depth of the anchor embedment. Slide sleeve over drill bit and snap into drill adapter. Insert either hex drive or Phillips head bit (depending on anchor being used) into the end of the sleeve, position fixture to be fastened and drive Tapcon anchor into predrilled hole. Tool automatically disengages when a hex head anchor is set.
    by Larry
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    4 people found this helpful
    Another must have tool for masonary anchors and attachments!
    The Tapcon Installation Kit is a power tool attachment used to install Tapcon concrete anchors. Compatible with my hammer drills, rotary hammer drills and impact drivers, this Kit allows fast change from drilling to driving and eliminates the need for 2 drills, extra nut drivers or Phillips bits. Get the job done right the first time, every time with Tapcon concrete anchors, Tapcon drill bits, and the Tapcon Pro Installation Kit. Recessed hex driver reduces overtorquing and head snapping. Comes with handy carrying pouch allowing storage of tool completely assembled. Having the right tools for the job makes jobs easier and faster.
    by Daniel
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    1 person found this helpful
    Very handy accessory
    This Pro Installation Kit comes with all the adapters I need to do any of the projects I may encounter when required in concrete, tile or concrete backer board. Whats best about this kit is it's ability to give a more precision grip of the Tapcon screw and how it reduces the overtorqing and head snapping which can easily occur under normal use of a powered drill or driver when installing in concrete. The added pouch is a nice extra to keep all these accessories together.
    by Desertdog
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    1 person found this helpful
    by Bulldog
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    • Recommended Product
    This is very well thought out kit. It is truly functional and makes the job of setting Tapcon scr...
    This is very well thought out kit. It is truly functional and makes the job of setting Tapcon screws very easy and user friendly.
    by Al
    Response from PaslodeMay 25, 2021
    Hi there, thanks for sharing your positive experience with our Tapcon Pro Installation Tool Kit . We work hard to make sure our products are well designed. We’d love to have you tag and follow us on Instagram/Facebook @grkfasteners, to get a shout out or be the first to know about new products! Plus, you’ll find out about our giveaways and contests.
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    Made drilling and setting Tapcon concrete screws a breeze. I...
    Made drilling and setting Tapcon concrete screws a breeze. I could use just a single hammer drill - drill the hole, slip the sleeve on, and drive the screw.
    by StickMonkey
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    by Pomales
    • Verified Purchase
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    Essentially the idea of this multi-purpose tool is very good,...
    Essentially the idea of this multi-purpose tool is very good, with the same drill you can drill the pilot hole then set the Tapcon screw, and in that respect it works very well, except the driver bit for the screw is now at least 6" from the drill which makes it a little unstable. If you have ever used a long drill bit you'll know what I mean. The project I was doing involved anchoring sleepers to a concrete slab, so I needed to do a lot of drilling and found the constant switching from drill bit to a driver bit (albeit somewhat unstable) was annoying. I quickly opted for keeping three drills close at hand, a regular drill to drill a pilot through the wood, a hammer drill to drill a pilot into the cement, then a screw gun to drive the Tapcon. I will say the bit that holds the cement drill bit is a nice feature and I can change drill bits quickly, In that respect it was worth the price.
    by MrMo
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