concrete nail

concrete nail

[′käŋ‚krēt ′nāl]
(design engineering)
A hardened-steel nail that has a flat countersunk head and a tapered point and is used for nailing various materials to concrete or masonry.

concrete nail

concrete nail
A hardened-steel nail having a flat countersunk head and a diamond point; used for nailing to concrete or masonry.
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A blindfolded man with a concrete nail on his forehead and whose feet were tied with a metal wire was found stuffed inside a garbage bag floating on a creek in Novaliches, Quezon City Tuesday afternoon.
Gener Jr., commanding officer of the 57th Infantry Battalion, about discovered IED and recovered a handheld radio , black powder (main charge), assorted concrete nails, and an improvised blasting cup.
Recovered from Ibrahim's house were two hand grenades, 10 9-volt batteries, a bag filled with ammonium nitrate, a timer, wires with alligator clips, concrete nails and two blasting caps.
Able Group is a company that has been steadily growing over the many years that we have been in partnership with them and we are confident that this new deal will be mutually beneficial for our individual businesses." Able Group has been partnering with Patta International for their wide range of building materials including fastners, different types of screws, blind rivets, rivet nuts, nails, bolts and nuts, wall plugs, concrete nails, roofing nails, self-drilling screws and various hand tools for over 10 years.
The improvised explosive device used in the attack was packed with concrete nails and jagged metal fragments.
From concrete nails to a commercial generator, they've thought of everything.
Anchor the bottom of your cellar wall to a concrete floor with construction adhesive and concrete nails or screws driven into pre-drilled holes.
I built a little wall, exactly 18 inches high, out of some 2x4s, and used the special concrete nails Doug told me about to fasten it to the top of the cinderblocks.
To attach expansion joint material to structures, mark the top of the slab with a chalk line and use concrete nails to fasten the joint material along that line.
Then pry out the wood through the concrete nails (they won't pull out) and break off the nails by hitting them sideways with a hammer.