CONFAST® Strike Anchor
Strike Anchors are designed for anchoring into concrete. Insert the Strike Anchor into a pre-drilled hole in the concrete. Set the anchor by striking the nail into the anchor. The nail expands the Strike Anchor in the concrete.
USES• CONFAST® Strike anchors should be used only in solid concrete and should never be installed in any other type of masonry material.
• Never install the CONFAST® Strike anchor in ACQ treated lumber.
• Perfect for use where consistent embedment and protrusion above the surface is critical.
• Visually inspectable due to the positive drive and positive setting of the anchor.
INSTALLATION• No special tools required. Simply drill the hole in the concrete, insert the CONFAST® Strike anchor into the hole and drive the nail until the head of the nail meets the anchor body.
• The proper size hole to be drilled in the concrete is the same diameter as the anchor that is being installed.
• Minimum depth of the hole in the concrete is 1/2" deeper than the minimum depth of embedment for the diameter of CONFAST® Strike anchor being installed.
• CONFAST® Strike anchor can be installed either through a fixture hole with the fixture in place or prior to placing the fixture over the anchor.
HOLDING STRENGTH• It is very important to remember that all concrete fasteners, including the CONFAST® Strike anchor, derive all of their holding values from the concrete that they are installed in.
• All holding values quoted are offered only as a guideline and are not guaranteed.
• A rule of thumb for fastening to concrete is that the larger the diameter and the deeper the embedment then the greater the holding values that may be obtained.
SIZES• CONFAST® Strike anchors come in six diameters of 1/4", 5/16", 3/8", 1/2", 5/8", 3/4"and a wide variety of lengths that will meet most application requirements.
• Each box of anchors comes packaged with nuts and washers. The number of anchors in a box varies depending on the length and diameter of the anchor.
• The length of the anchor is measured as an overall length with the body of the anchor being threaded for a portion of its length.