Brass Wood Wedge Anchors
- Brass, Stainless Steel, Steel, Copper
- Used where strength requirements are not as great as when shields are used.
- Wood screw anchors can also be used in solid masonry and concrete, and are used for light, shallow hold anchoring.
- Designed for light to heavy-duty anchoring into solid concrete.
- Wood wedge (lead) anchors are wedged into a hole and then expanded for a tight fit with the insertion of a wood screw or similar item.
- They are not threaded internally.
- As it expands, the outer wall flows into any irregularities in the hole wall, enabling correct setting in imperfect holes.
- Listed by Underwriters Laboratories (UL) Listed, EX2224(N).
- Available in vertical mount, horizontal mount and Swivel mount to accommodate all fastening situations.
- Brass Wood Wedge anchors are designated by the size screw they are used with and the length which is measured from end to end.
- Wood Wedge Anchors work by inserting them into a hole drilled into concrete.
- The wedge anchor is then expanded, wedging itself securely in the concrete.
- The extreme end of the threaded portion is rounded to protect the threads from damage while the anchor is being driven into the hole drilled in the concrete.
- A precision formed universal clip made of carbon steel is permanently assembled around the necked down diameter to complete the anchor.