masonry anchor

masonry anchor

The metal piece inside the throat of a hollow-metal doorframe which secures the frame to a masonry wall.
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When installing a masonry anchor, realize that the holding power depends on the quality of the concrete where it is installed.
You drill the hole, then set an expanding masonry anchor in place and tighten it up with a wrench.
To really stabilize the bracket, secure it to the floor with a masonry anchor.
Almost all homes have a garage, basement, patio or porch that requires some kind of masonry anchor.
So if you don't see one that suits your project, visit a well-stocked hardware store, talk to the manager, and browse the masonry anchor section to see if you can find one that works better.
Masonry anchors can be drilled in or short masonry nails can be used.
Typical applications for the new compound require toughness and impact resistance, for example, fishing rod holders, in-line skates, helmets, lawn and garden parts, desk chair braces, wheel chair wheels, underhood components, fan shrouds, brackets, electronic plugs, marking pens, and masonry anchors.
Applications could include rod holders, in-line skates, helmets, lawn-and-garden parts, desk-chair braces, wheelchair wheels, auto underhood components, fan shrouds, brackets, electronic plugs, marking pens, and masonry anchors.
Powers, founded in 1921 and based in Brewster, NY, is North America's leading supplier of concrete and masonry anchors and fastening systems.
RKL deals in production and distribution of stone and masonry anchors and accessories across the Northeast.