Masonry Anchors (6 products)

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Masonry Anchors (6 products)

Self-tapping masonry anchors can be placed closer together than standard drop in anchors. Installation is quick and easy, making it the ideal general purpose anchor, even on temporary jobs as it's completely removable.

6 products found in 3 groups.

Unifix AnkerBolts - Flange Head logo

Unifix AnkerBolts - Flange Head

  • Simply drill a hole the same size as the Thunderbolt into the material. Ensure the hole is a little deeper than the bolt to allow for dust - see technical info
  • Remove any loose dust from the hole
  • Screw in the Thunderbolt with a socket wrench. Apply a slight downward pressure to start the self-tapping action, as you would with a woodscrew
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Unifix AnkerBolts - Hex Head logo

Unifix AnkerBolts - Hex Head

  • Simply drill a hole the same size as the Thunderbolt into the material. Ensure the hole is a little deeper than the bolt to allow for dust - see technical info
  • Remove any loose dust from the hole
  • Screw in the Thunderbolt with a socket wrench. Apply a slight downward pressure to start the self-tapping action, as you would with a woodscrew
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Unifix Thunderbolt Masonry Anchor logo

Unifix Thunderbolt Masonry Anchor

  • 1. Simply drill a hole the same size as the Thunderbolt into the material. Ensure the hole is a little deeper than the bolt to allow for dust - see technical info
  • 2. Remove any loose dust from the hole
  • 3. Screw in the Thunderbolt with a socket wrench. Apply a slight downward pressure to start the self-tapping action, as you would with a woodscrew
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