Stainless Steel Sleeve Anchors

- Feb 13, 2021-

A sleeve anchor, also known as an expansion bolt, is constructed of a lead sleeve, a nut, a washer and a threaded stud. Similar to strike anchors, sleeve anchors are extensively used where traditional threaded fastening is not permitted, including concrete, brick, block and the like. During installation, the metal cone is pulled into the lead sleeve and forcing the lead sleeve outward to fill all the pores of base material. In this way, the sleeve anchor are locked in the place firmly, regardless of light to heavy loads.

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Feature:

25Each part is zinc plated for added corrosion resistance.

25Allows for full contact over large areas to improve holding powder and minimize the risk of concrete cracking or shattering.

25Locking in place firmly, not easy to be pulled out or stripped.

25Superb performance with heavy-loading capacity.

25Pre-assembled structure allows for immediate installation.

25No maximum hole depth is required.

Details:

25Diameter: M6 to M24.

25Anchor length: 60mm to 300mm.

25Material: zinc plated carbon steel or stainless steel 304 or 316.

25Color: silver tone.

25Package: small paper cases in a box or other package way upon request.