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Safety and great care must be taken when working with concrete. It is important to exercise caution when drilling holes in concrete, using the necessary tools for installation as well as during the actual installation of these fasteners. Below are some important safety tips …
Buying Concrete Fasteners -Wednesday, June 3, 2009
People may only purchase concrete fasteners several times in their lives. The need to use concrete fasteners in the household or office in order to fasten the shelving unit to the floor, mount address numbers to a brick house or to attach furring strips to a block wall in the basement are all applications that occur infrequently …
When drilling into concrete, the use of a hammer drill and a carbide drill bit is essential for making a good quality hole with little effort on the operator's part. The means by which concrete is most efficiently drilled is through first breaking up the concrete then removing the dust from the hole. The breaking of the concrete…
How Concrete Fasteners Work -Saturday, May 23, 2009
The process used when fastening to concrete has basically remained unchanged over the years. Although there are epoxy/chemical anchors in use today, the majority of anchors rely on the same principles …
Base Materials for Concrete Fasteners -Tuesday, May 12, 2009
When the generic term "base material" is used in reference to concrete fasteners by those in the industry, they are referring to the substrate to which the concrete fastener will be anchored. The base material …
Stainless Steel Tapcons for Outdoor Use -Thursday, April 30, 2009
Tapcon® concrete screws are now available in stainless steel. The stainless steel Tapcon® screws are made from 410 stainless steel and are coated with a silver Climaseal® coating for extra rust resistance. The 410 stainless steel …
The name "Tapcon®" describes a screw that taps threads into concrete. This will help in understanding how this screw is used. The first masonry screw for use in concrete …
Signs within buildings which signal directions, designated room numbers, inform the public of evacuation routes and exits are only some of the many posted important notices that need to be attached to concrete …
The process of choosing the best anchor to fasten to concrete might appear simple but the complex variables involved may quickly create complications. It is necessary to review the variables in order to simplify the process …
The Variety of Names for Concrete Anchors -Wednesday, March 11, 2009
One similarity between the many different types of concrete anchors and fasteners is that they are all labeled with many different names. The manufacturing and marketing companies of concrete fasteners have worked hard to brand …

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