Category Archives: Anchor Bolts

ATTENTION: FOUNDATION CONTRACTORS WILSON ANCHOR BOLT SLEEVES are the cost effective solution to anchor bolt alignment problems. The Wilson Anchor Bolt Sleeve has been specified by engineers for use in nuclear power plants, paper plants, and large manufacturing facilities.

This anchor drills its own hole in, and works in any thickness of drywall, without tearing the paper coating. It can easily be backed out of its hole with a #2 screwdriver bit.

The POWER-Sert™ Adhesive Insert Anchor is a proprietary internally threaded insert designed for use with structural adhesive.

Attention: Contractors: ALLIED BOLT AND SCREW carries the most extensive line of anchors in the industry, including one of the very best, TOGGLER® Brand SNAPTOGGLE® Heavy-Duty Hollow Wall Anchors.

TOGGLER® ALLIGATOR® All-Purpose Wall Anchors may look like ordinary plastic plugs, but they function very differently to hold more weight than most concrete anchors and masonry anchors made out of steel.

The POWER-SKRU BOLT ANCHOR™ is a high-strength screw anchor with self-taping threads that offer a unique undercutting design for anchoring into concrete and masonry. No secondary setting is needed. The POWER-SKRU BOLT ANCHOR™ provides high-strength performance with low installation torque

ASTM F1554 Grade 105 Threaded Rods and Anchor Bolts are manufactured from medium carbon alloy steel that has been quenched and tempered (heat treated) to develop the desired mechanical values.

Foundation anchor bolts are used in the building, construction, and repair of wood and metal structures, such as building columns, posts, street lighting, traffic signals, highway signs, porch and deck supports and much more in concrete and footings.

Made in the USA, Wilson Anchor Bolt Sleeves are the cost effective solution to anchor bolt alignment problems and have been specified by engineers for use in nuclear power plants, paper mills, and large manufacturing facilities.

Foundation anchor bolts are used in the building, construction, and repair of wood and metal structures, such as building columns, posts, street lighting, traffic signals, highway signs, porch and deck supports and much more in concrete and footings.