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A strike anchor is an impact expansion type anchor used to anchor an item to solid concrete. The anchor has a body made of carbon steel and a drive pin made of hardened steel.
These fasteners are used for light duty fastening in concrete only. They can’t be used in other masonry materials.
The anchor is set in the concrete by hammering the pin down the middle of the anchor.
The anchor includes a body made of carbon steel and a drive pin made of hardened steel.
The anchor is plated with yellow dichromate zinc plating.
No, it is not available in stainless steel. The anchor is only available in zinc plated carbon steel.
The anchors are not fully threaded because the threads are not part of the setting process.
Installation is easy. Simply assemble the correct tools and materials, drill a hole, install the anchor, and finish it with a hammer. For detailed installation instructions, please visit our Tips & Tricks page.
Yes, an ANSI standard masonry bit needs to be used to drill the hole for the anchor in order to ensure proper hole tolerance to anchor diameter tolerance.
The hole diameter for an anchor is the same as the diameter of the anchor that is being installed.
The strength of the anchor depends on many factors, such as the diameter anchor, the strength of the concrete, and the embedment depth.
While both are impact-expansion type anchors, they are made by different companies and have some variance in their available diameters and lengths.
The installer knows that the anchor is fully set in the concrete when the pin is fully seated into the top of the anchor.
No, it is not removable. The anchor is designed to go into the concrete and not come out.
Yes. The anchor is available with a security head for both a round head or flat countersunk.
These anchors need to be installed a minimum of ten anchor diameters from each other. The measurement is taken from center point to center point.
No, you should not use this anchor to install a ceiling fan because the anchor is not recommended for overhead applications.
No, you cannot use this anchor in a cinder block. It is designed only for use in solid concrete and should not be used in any hollow types of base materials.