Concrete Screws

Concrete Screws

Concrete screws are used for securing medium-high load application into concrete, solid brick, hollow brick or stone surfaces. It is also called concrete anchors, concrete bolts or concrete screw anchors

How to Install :

1. Drill a hole into the concrete, hold the fixture you are fastening over the hole, then use a hammer to tap the anchor into the hole. As you drive in the pin, the sleeve expends outward tapping the anchor in the hole

  • Door and window frames
  • Securing form work
  • M & E installation
  • Suspended ceilings
  • Lightweight steel angles
  • Minimum screw anchorage Depth: for dense building materials- 30mm, for aerated concrete and timber 60mm
  • Screw: hardened steel, electro-Zinc coated – 10 11m
Dimensions Min.embedment depth K*(mm) Min.embedment depth K**(mm) Max.fixture thickness u**(mm) Max.fixture thickness u**(mm) Packing
7.5×42 30 60 10 Variable
7.5×52 30 60 20
7.5×62 30 60 30
7.5×72 30 60 40 10
7.5×82 30 60 50 20
7.5×92 30 60 60 30
7.5×100 30 60
7.5×112 30 60 80 50
7.5×120 30 60
7.5×132 30 60 100 70
7.5×152 30 60 150 120
7.5×182 30 60 150 120
7.5×202 30 60 170 140
7.5×212 30 60 180 150