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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Sometimes they have to be secured by concrete nails.
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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.
But the spikes are steel concrete nails - of the kind which are normally fired from a gun.
The IED, Budiongan said, was made of black powder, concrete nails, electrical wiring and chains for motorcycles.
With the form in position, temporarily anchor the base plate of the forms to the footing using concrete nails or a power driver sunk into "green" concrete.