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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The ForceDefender(TM) protective glazing systems include: primary windows, secondary windows, doors, blast blinds, store fronts, catch bar systems, ballistic resistant glazing, mullion and lobby reinforcement, masonry anchors, fragment retention film, and architectural glazing anchors.
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.