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Wedge Bolts -Monday, December 27, 2010
Wedge bolt screw anchors are manufactured by Powers Fasteners and are a heavy-duty screw anchor made in one piece with a hex washer head. The wedge bolt is simple to use...
The 5/8" x 10” Red Head Trubolt wedge anchor is made from carbon steel and zinc plated. It is designed for indoor...
Installing Tapcon Concrete Screws -Wednesday, June 30, 2010
There are a number of issues that need to be addressed when installing Tapcon® concrete screws. Trying to install Tapcons without consideration of these issues will decrease the chances of a successful fastening process...
"Wedge anchor" is a generic term for a type of anchor used to fasten a variety of materials to concrete. Some companies have different brand names for their wedge anchors such as Kwik Bolt, Power Stud...
It is still possible to enjoy the beauty of hardwood floors with a concrete slab home. When fastening the sub-floor of a wood flooring system to a concrete slab, one simple option is the use of a concrete fastener. There are a number of different concrete fasteners that can be used for...
Installing Flat Head Tapcon -Wednesday, December 23, 2009
Flat-headed Tapcons are designed to be installed in a variety of base materials such as solid concrete, brick, block or mortar joints. The holding value of a flat-headed Tapcon depends on a number of factors...
Tapcon® Item Numbers -Tuesday, November 24, 2009
Tapcon® brand concrete screws have a manufacturer's item number and a number that is used to purchase these concrete screws. The manufacturer's product number is listed on the left column of the chart below. The right-hand column of the chart below outlines the part numbers of the Tapcons sold by Concrete Fasteners, Inc. which distributes Tapcons across the United States...
Tapcons Breaking During Installation -Sunday, November 1, 2009
It is possible for a Tapcon® concrete screw to break while being installed into a base material. This breaking or shearing off of the Tapcon® usually happens when the screw is within 1/4" of full installation/embedment. If the screw is installed properly, the chances of it breaking are slim. Chances for the breaking...
How to Anchor to Concrete -Wednesday, October 14, 2009
Anchoring into concrete is accomplished with the use of a concrete fastener. Concrete fasteners are designed specifically for attaching an item to concrete. The item can be anything from a light fixture, sign or steel plate to a 2x4 piece of wood. Concrete fasteners are used in applications...
Concrete Anchor & Fastener Videos -Wednesday, September 30, 2009
There have been videos produced that demonstrate the correct installation process for specific products into various types of base material. Each type of concrete fastener has a number of required steps that help ensure correct and successful installation. Each concrete anchor...

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