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Wej-It MS14 Expansion Shield Anchor, Zamac Alloy, Meets A-A 1922A Type 1 and FFS-325C Group 1 Type 1 Class 1, 7/8" Length, 1/4"-20 Threads (Pack Of 100)

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Wej-It MS14 Expansion Shield Anchor, Zamac Alloy, Meets A-A 1922A Type 1 and FFS-325C Group 1 Type 1 Class 1, 7/8

Current price: 39.99 USD


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Height: 4 Inches

Length: 5 Inches

Width: 4 Inches

Weight: 3.6 Pounds

  • Rust resistant material enables extended use
  • Holding power extends to uneven holes and soft material
  • Meets Fed. Spec. A-A 1922A Type 1 and FFS-325C Group 1, Type 1, Class 1
  • Anchor consists of an antimonial lead sleeve that expands around the zamac alloy cone, gripping the mounting material to hold the anchor in place
  • Expansion shield anchor provides a secure hold in most materials, including solid masonry and uncracked concrete

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Wej-It LSL56 Expansion Shield Anchor, Zamac Alloy, Long, Meets GSA FFS-325 C Group 2 Type 1 Class 1, 1/2" Diameter, 1-3/4" Length (Pack Of 50)

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Wej-It LSL56 Expansion Shield Anchor, Zamac Alloy, Long, Meets GSA FFS-325 C Group 2 Type 1 Class 1, 1/2

Current price: 22.99 USD


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Length: 1.75 Inches

  • Rust resistant material enables extended use
  • Holding power extends to uneven holes and soft material
  • Meets Fed. Spec. A-A 1922A Type 1 and FFS-325C Group 1, Type 1, Class 1
  • Anchor consists of an antimonial lead sleeve that expands around the zamac alloy cone, gripping the mounting material to hold the anchor in place
  • Expansion shield anchor provides a secure hold in most materials, including solid masonry and uncracked concrete
  • Use one-fourth or less of listed maximum values for safe working loads (as required by local regulations)
  • Ultimate tensile strength is 620 lb. in 2,000-psi concrete
  • Meets Fed. Spec. GSA FFS-325C Group 2, Type 1, Class 1 specifications
  • Anchor has an internally threaded body made of zamac alloy
  • Expansion shield anchor works with a lag screw to provide a secure hold in most materials including soft materials, solid masonry, masonry joints, and uncracked concrete

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Wej-It DES12 Expansion Shield Anchor, Zamac Alloy, Meets GSA FFS-325 Group II Type 2 Class 2 Style 2, 7/8" Diameter, 2" Length, 1/2"-13 Threads (Pack Of 25)

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Wej-It DES12 Expansion Shield Anchor, Zamac Alloy, Meets GSA FFS-325 Group II Type 2 Class 2 Style 2, 7/8

Current price: 35.99 USD


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Length: 2 Inches

  • Rust resistant material enables extended use
  • Holding power extends to uneven holes and soft material
  • Meets Fed. Spec. A-A 1922A Type 1 and FFS-325C Group 1, Type 1, Class 1
  • Anchor consists of an antimonial lead sleeve that expands around the zamac alloy cone, gripping the mounting material to hold the anchor in place
  • Expansion shield anchor provides a secure hold in most materials, including solid masonry and uncracked concrete
  • Use one-fourth or less of listed maximum values for safe working loads (as required by local regulations)
  • Ultimate tensile strength is 620 lb. in 2,000-psi concrete
  • Meets Fed. Spec. GSA FFS-325C Group 2, Type 1, Class 1 specifications
  • Anchor has an internally threaded body made of zamac alloy
  • Expansion shield anchor works with a lag screw to provide a secure hold in most materials including soft materials, solid masonry, masonry joints, and uncracked concrete
  • Use one-fourth or less of listed maximum values for safe working loads (as required by local regulations)
  • Ultimate tensile strength is 4,600 lb. in 2,000-psi concrete
  • Meets Fed. Spec. GSA FFS-325 Group II Type 2 Class 2 Style 2 specifications
  • Anchor is made of rust-resistant zamac alloy and consists of cone on each side that expands the surrounding sleeve when a threaded machine bolt is inserted, gripping the mounting material and holding the anchor in place
  • Expansion shield anchor provides a secure hold in most materials including solid masonry and uncracked concrete, even in applications where the anchor will be exposed to side pressure or vibration

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Wej-It MS38 Expansion Shield Anchor, Zamac Alloy, Meets A-A 1922A Type 1 and FFS-325C Group 1 Type 1 Class 1, 1-1/4" Length, 3/8"-16 Threads (Pack Of 50)

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Wej-It MS38 Expansion Shield Anchor, Zamac Alloy, Meets A-A 1922A Type 1 and FFS-325C Group 1 Type 1 Class 1, 1-1/4

Current price: 367.99 USD


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Length: 1.25 Inches

  • Rust resistant material enables extended use
  • Holding power extends to uneven holes and soft material
  • Meets Fed. Spec. A-A 1922A Type 1 and FFS-325C Group 1, Type 1, Class 1
  • Anchor consists of an antimonial lead sleeve that expands around the zamac alloy cone, gripping the mounting material to hold the anchor in place
  • Expansion shield anchor provides a secure hold in most materials, including solid masonry and uncracked concrete
  • Use one-fourth or less of listed maximum values for safe working loads (as required by local regulations)
  • Ultimate tensile strength is 620 lb. in 2,000-psi concrete
  • Meets Fed. Spec. GSA FFS-325C Group 2, Type 1, Class 1 specifications
  • Anchor has an internally threaded body made of zamac alloy
  • Expansion shield anchor works with a lag screw to provide a secure hold in most materials including soft materials, solid masonry, masonry joints, and uncracked concrete
  • Use one-fourth or less of listed maximum values for safe working loads (as required by local regulations)
  • Ultimate tensile strength is 4,600 lb. in 2,000-psi concrete
  • Meets Fed. Spec. GSA FFS-325 Group II Type 2 Class 2 Style 2 specifications
  • Anchor is made of rust-resistant zamac alloy and consists of cone on each side that expands the surrounding sleeve when a threaded machine bolt is inserted, gripping the mounting material and holding the anchor in place
  • Expansion shield anchor provides a secure hold in most materials including solid masonry and uncracked concrete, even in applications where the anchor will be exposed to side pressure or vibration
  • Rust resistant material enables extended use
  • Holding power extends to uneven holes and soft material
  • Meets Fed. Spec. A-A 1922A Type 1 and FFS-325C Group 1, Type 1, Class 1
  • Anchor consists of an antimonial lead sleeve that expands around the zamac alloy cone, gripping the mounting material to hold the anchor in place
  • Expansion shield anchor provides a secure hold in most materials, including solid masonry and uncracked concrete

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Wej-It LSS56 Expansion Shield Anchor, Zamac Alloy, Short, Meets GSA FFS-325C Group 2 Type 1 Class 2C, 1/2" Diameter, 1-1/4" Length (Pack Of 50)

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Wej-It LSS56 Expansion Shield Anchor, Zamac Alloy, Short, Meets GSA FFS-325C Group 2 Type 1 Class 2C, 1/2

Current price: 29.99 USD


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Length: 1.25 Inches

  • Rust resistant material enables extended use
  • Holding power extends to uneven holes and soft material
  • Meets Fed. Spec. A-A 1922A Type 1 and FFS-325C Group 1, Type 1, Class 1
  • Anchor consists of an antimonial lead sleeve that expands around the zamac alloy cone, gripping the mounting material to hold the anchor in place
  • Expansion shield anchor provides a secure hold in most materials, including solid masonry and uncracked concrete
  • Use one-fourth or less of listed maximum values for safe working loads (as required by local regulations)
  • Ultimate tensile strength is 620 lb. in 2,000-psi concrete
  • Meets Fed. Spec. GSA FFS-325C Group 2, Type 1, Class 1 specifications
  • Anchor has an internally threaded body made of zamac alloy
  • Expansion shield anchor works with a lag screw to provide a secure hold in most materials including soft materials, solid masonry, masonry joints, and uncracked concrete
  • Use one-fourth or less of listed maximum values for safe working loads (as required by local regulations)
  • Ultimate tensile strength is 4,600 lb. in 2,000-psi concrete
  • Meets Fed. Spec. GSA FFS-325 Group II Type 2 Class 2 Style 2 specifications
  • Anchor is made of rust-resistant zamac alloy and consists of cone on each side that expands the surrounding sleeve when a threaded machine bolt is inserted, gripping the mounting material and holding the anchor in place
  • Expansion shield anchor provides a secure hold in most materials including solid masonry and uncracked concrete, even in applications where the anchor will be exposed to side pressure or vibration
  • Rust resistant material enables extended use
  • Holding power extends to uneven holes and soft material
  • Meets Fed. Spec. A-A 1922A Type 1 and FFS-325C Group 1, Type 1, Class 1
  • Anchor consists of an antimonial lead sleeve that expands around the zamac alloy cone, gripping the mounting material to hold the anchor in place
  • Expansion shield anchor provides a secure hold in most materials, including solid masonry and uncracked concrete
  • Use one-fourth or less of listed maximum values for safe working loads (as required by local regulations)
  • Ultimate tensile strength 420 lb. in 2,000-psi concrete
  • Meets Fed. Spec. GSA FFS-325C Group 2, Type 1, Class 2C specifications
  • Anchor has an internally threaded body made of zamac alloy
  • Expansion shield anchor works with a lag screw to provide a secure hold in most materials including solid masonry, masonry joints, and uncracked concrete

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WEJ IT SES12 Expansion Shield Anchor 1/2IN 13

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WEJ IT SES12 Expansion Shield Anchor 1/2IN 13

Current price: 198.99 USD


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Weight: 0.11 Pounds

  • Rust resistant material enables extended use
  • Holding power extends to uneven holes and soft material
  • Meets Fed. Spec. A-A 1922A Type 1 and FFS-325C Group 1, Type 1, Class 1
  • Anchor consists of an antimonial lead sleeve that expands around the zamac alloy cone, gripping the mounting material to hold the anchor in place
  • Expansion shield anchor provides a secure hold in most materials, including solid masonry and uncracked concrete
  • Use one-fourth or less of listed maximum values for safe working loads (as required by local regulations)
  • Ultimate tensile strength is 620 lb. in 2,000-psi concrete
  • Meets Fed. Spec. GSA FFS-325C Group 2, Type 1, Class 1 specifications
  • Anchor has an internally threaded body made of zamac alloy
  • Expansion shield anchor works with a lag screw to provide a secure hold in most materials including soft materials, solid masonry, masonry joints, and uncracked concrete
  • Use one-fourth or less of listed maximum values for safe working loads (as required by local regulations)
  • Ultimate tensile strength is 4,600 lb. in 2,000-psi concrete
  • Meets Fed. Spec. GSA FFS-325 Group II Type 2 Class 2 Style 2 specifications
  • Anchor is made of rust-resistant zamac alloy and consists of cone on each side that expands the surrounding sleeve when a threaded machine bolt is inserted, gripping the mounting material and holding the anchor in place
  • Expansion shield anchor provides a secure hold in most materials including solid masonry and uncracked concrete, even in applications where the anchor will be exposed to side pressure or vibration
  • Rust resistant material enables extended use
  • Holding power extends to uneven holes and soft material
  • Meets Fed. Spec. A-A 1922A Type 1 and FFS-325C Group 1, Type 1, Class 1
  • Anchor consists of an antimonial lead sleeve that expands around the zamac alloy cone, gripping the mounting material to hold the anchor in place
  • Expansion shield anchor provides a secure hold in most materials, including solid masonry and uncracked concrete
  • Use one-fourth or less of listed maximum values for safe working loads (as required by local regulations)
  • Ultimate tensile strength 420 lb. in 2,000-psi concrete
  • Meets Fed. Spec. GSA FFS-325C Group 2, Type 1, Class 2C specifications
  • Anchor has an internally threaded body made of zamac alloy
  • Expansion shield anchor works with a lag screw to provide a secure hold in most materials including solid masonry, masonry joints, and uncracked concrete
  • Electrical Products
  • Conduit/Fitting
  • EXPANSION SHIELD ANCHOR 1/2IN 13

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Wej-it DES38 Double Expansion Shield 3/8" 500ct

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Wej-it DES38 Double Expansion Shield 3/8

Current price: 315.99 USD


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Weight: 35.6 Pounds

  • Rust resistant material enables extended use
  • Holding power extends to uneven holes and soft material
  • Meets Fed. Spec. A-A 1922A Type 1 and FFS-325C Group 1, Type 1, Class 1
  • Anchor consists of an antimonial lead sleeve that expands around the zamac alloy cone, gripping the mounting material to hold the anchor in place
  • Expansion shield anchor provides a secure hold in most materials, including solid masonry and uncracked concrete
  • Use one-fourth or less of listed maximum values for safe working loads (as required by local regulations)
  • Ultimate tensile strength is 620 lb. in 2,000-psi concrete
  • Meets Fed. Spec. GSA FFS-325C Group 2, Type 1, Class 1 specifications
  • Anchor has an internally threaded body made of zamac alloy
  • Expansion shield anchor works with a lag screw to provide a secure hold in most materials including soft materials, solid masonry, masonry joints, and uncracked concrete
  • Use one-fourth or less of listed maximum values for safe working loads (as required by local regulations)
  • Ultimate tensile strength is 4,600 lb. in 2,000-psi concrete
  • Meets Fed. Spec. GSA FFS-325 Group II Type 2 Class 2 Style 2 specifications
  • Anchor is made of rust-resistant zamac alloy and consists of cone on each side that expands the surrounding sleeve when a threaded machine bolt is inserted, gripping the mounting material and holding the anchor in place
  • Expansion shield anchor provides a secure hold in most materials including solid masonry and uncracked concrete, even in applications where the anchor will be exposed to side pressure or vibration
  • Rust resistant material enables extended use
  • Holding power extends to uneven holes and soft material
  • Meets Fed. Spec. A-A 1922A Type 1 and FFS-325C Group 1, Type 1, Class 1
  • Anchor consists of an antimonial lead sleeve that expands around the zamac alloy cone, gripping the mounting material to hold the anchor in place
  • Expansion shield anchor provides a secure hold in most materials, including solid masonry and uncracked concrete
  • Use one-fourth or less of listed maximum values for safe working loads (as required by local regulations)
  • Ultimate tensile strength 420 lb. in 2,000-psi concrete
  • Meets Fed. Spec. GSA FFS-325C Group 2, Type 1, Class 2C specifications
  • Anchor has an internally threaded body made of zamac alloy
  • Expansion shield anchor works with a lag screw to provide a secure hold in most materials including solid masonry, masonry joints, and uncracked concrete
  • Electrical Products
  • Conduit/Fitting
  • EXPANSION SHIELD ANCHOR 1/2IN 13

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Wej-it DES56 Double Expansion Shield 5/16" 500ct

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Wej-it DES56 Double Expansion Shield 5/16

Current price: 234.99 USD


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Weight: 31.05 Pounds

  • Rust resistant material enables extended use
  • Holding power extends to uneven holes and soft material
  • Meets Fed. Spec. A-A 1922A Type 1 and FFS-325C Group 1, Type 1, Class 1
  • Anchor consists of an antimonial lead sleeve that expands around the zamac alloy cone, gripping the mounting material to hold the anchor in place
  • Expansion shield anchor provides a secure hold in most materials, including solid masonry and uncracked concrete
  • Use one-fourth or less of listed maximum values for safe working loads (as required by local regulations)
  • Ultimate tensile strength is 620 lb. in 2,000-psi concrete
  • Meets Fed. Spec. GSA FFS-325C Group 2, Type 1, Class 1 specifications
  • Anchor has an internally threaded body made of zamac alloy
  • Expansion shield anchor works with a lag screw to provide a secure hold in most materials including soft materials, solid masonry, masonry joints, and uncracked concrete
  • Use one-fourth or less of listed maximum values for safe working loads (as required by local regulations)
  • Ultimate tensile strength is 4,600 lb. in 2,000-psi concrete
  • Meets Fed. Spec. GSA FFS-325 Group II Type 2 Class 2 Style 2 specifications
  • Anchor is made of rust-resistant zamac alloy and consists of cone on each side that expands the surrounding sleeve when a threaded machine bolt is inserted, gripping the mounting material and holding the anchor in place
  • Expansion shield anchor provides a secure hold in most materials including solid masonry and uncracked concrete, even in applications where the anchor will be exposed to side pressure or vibration
  • Rust resistant material enables extended use
  • Holding power extends to uneven holes and soft material
  • Meets Fed. Spec. A-A 1922A Type 1 and FFS-325C Group 1, Type 1, Class 1
  • Anchor consists of an antimonial lead sleeve that expands around the zamac alloy cone, gripping the mounting material to hold the anchor in place
  • Expansion shield anchor provides a secure hold in most materials, including solid masonry and uncracked concrete
  • Use one-fourth or less of listed maximum values for safe working loads (as required by local regulations)
  • Ultimate tensile strength 420 lb. in 2,000-psi concrete
  • Meets Fed. Spec. GSA FFS-325C Group 2, Type 1, Class 2C specifications
  • Anchor has an internally threaded body made of zamac alloy
  • Expansion shield anchor works with a lag screw to provide a secure hold in most materials including solid masonry, masonry joints, and uncracked concrete
  • Electrical Products
  • Conduit/Fitting
  • EXPANSION SHIELD ANCHOR 1/2IN 13

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Wej-it SES14 Single Expansion Shield 1/4" 1000ct

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Wej-it SES14 Single Expansion Shield 1/4

Current price: 319.99 USD


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Weight: 31.78 Pounds

  • Rust resistant material enables extended use
  • Holding power extends to uneven holes and soft material
  • Meets Fed. Spec. A-A 1922A Type 1 and FFS-325C Group 1, Type 1, Class 1
  • Anchor consists of an antimonial lead sleeve that expands around the zamac alloy cone, gripping the mounting material to hold the anchor in place
  • Expansion shield anchor provides a secure hold in most materials, including solid masonry and uncracked concrete
  • Use one-fourth or less of listed maximum values for safe working loads (as required by local regulations)
  • Ultimate tensile strength is 620 lb. in 2,000-psi concrete
  • Meets Fed. Spec. GSA FFS-325C Group 2, Type 1, Class 1 specifications
  • Anchor has an internally threaded body made of zamac alloy
  • Expansion shield anchor works with a lag screw to provide a secure hold in most materials including soft materials, solid masonry, masonry joints, and uncracked concrete
  • Use one-fourth or less of listed maximum values for safe working loads (as required by local regulations)
  • Ultimate tensile strength is 4,600 lb. in 2,000-psi concrete
  • Meets Fed. Spec. GSA FFS-325 Group II Type 2 Class 2 Style 2 specifications
  • Anchor is made of rust-resistant zamac alloy and consists of cone on each side that expands the surrounding sleeve when a threaded machine bolt is inserted, gripping the mounting material and holding the anchor in place
  • Expansion shield anchor provides a secure hold in most materials including solid masonry and uncracked concrete, even in applications where the anchor will be exposed to side pressure or vibration
  • Rust resistant material enables extended use
  • Holding power extends to uneven holes and soft material
  • Meets Fed. Spec. A-A 1922A Type 1 and FFS-325C Group 1, Type 1, Class 1
  • Anchor consists of an antimonial lead sleeve that expands around the zamac alloy cone, gripping the mounting material to hold the anchor in place
  • Expansion shield anchor provides a secure hold in most materials, including solid masonry and uncracked concrete
  • Use one-fourth or less of listed maximum values for safe working loads (as required by local regulations)
  • Ultimate tensile strength 420 lb. in 2,000-psi concrete
  • Meets Fed. Spec. GSA FFS-325C Group 2, Type 1, Class 2C specifications
  • Anchor has an internally threaded body made of zamac alloy
  • Expansion shield anchor works with a lag screw to provide a secure hold in most materials including solid masonry, masonry joints, and uncracked concrete
  • Electrical Products
  • Conduit/Fitting
  • EXPANSION SHIELD ANCHOR 1/2IN 13

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Wej-it DES14 Double Expansion Shield 1/4" 1000ct

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Wej-it DES14 Double Expansion Shield 1/4

Current price: 327.99 USD


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Weight: 29.7 Pounds

  • Rust resistant material enables extended use
  • Holding power extends to uneven holes and soft material
  • Meets Fed. Spec. A-A 1922A Type 1 and FFS-325C Group 1, Type 1, Class 1
  • Anchor consists of an antimonial lead sleeve that expands around the zamac alloy cone, gripping the mounting material to hold the anchor in place
  • Expansion shield anchor provides a secure hold in most materials, including solid masonry and uncracked concrete
  • Use one-fourth or less of listed maximum values for safe working loads (as required by local regulations)
  • Ultimate tensile strength is 620 lb. in 2,000-psi concrete
  • Meets Fed. Spec. GSA FFS-325C Group 2, Type 1, Class 1 specifications
  • Anchor has an internally threaded body made of zamac alloy
  • Expansion shield anchor works with a lag screw to provide a secure hold in most materials including soft materials, solid masonry, masonry joints, and uncracked concrete
  • Use one-fourth or less of listed maximum values for safe working loads (as required by local regulations)
  • Ultimate tensile strength is 4,600 lb. in 2,000-psi concrete
  • Meets Fed. Spec. GSA FFS-325 Group II Type 2 Class 2 Style 2 specifications
  • Anchor is made of rust-resistant zamac alloy and consists of cone on each side that expands the surrounding sleeve when a threaded machine bolt is inserted, gripping the mounting material and holding the anchor in place
  • Expansion shield anchor provides a secure hold in most materials including solid masonry and uncracked concrete, even in applications where the anchor will be exposed to side pressure or vibration
  • Rust resistant material enables extended use
  • Holding power extends to uneven holes and soft material
  • Meets Fed. Spec. A-A 1922A Type 1 and FFS-325C Group 1, Type 1, Class 1
  • Anchor consists of an antimonial lead sleeve that expands around the zamac alloy cone, gripping the mounting material to hold the anchor in place
  • Expansion shield anchor provides a secure hold in most materials, including solid masonry and uncracked concrete
  • Use one-fourth or less of listed maximum values for safe working loads (as required by local regulations)
  • Ultimate tensile strength 420 lb. in 2,000-psi concrete
  • Meets Fed. Spec. GSA FFS-325C Group 2, Type 1, Class 2C specifications
  • Anchor has an internally threaded body made of zamac alloy
  • Expansion shield anchor works with a lag screw to provide a secure hold in most materials including solid masonry, masonry joints, and uncracked concrete
  • Electrical Products
  • Conduit/Fitting
  • EXPANSION SHIELD ANCHOR 1/2IN 13

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