stud anchor

stud anchor

An anchor used in a wall built with steel or wood studs.
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According to the manufacturer, the anchor installs up to four times faster than a drop-in or stud anchor and requires no hammering, proprietary drill bits, setting tools, or high-accuracy torque wrenches.
Hajjar, "Headed steel stud anchors in composite structures, Part I: shear," Journal of Constructional Steel Research, vol.