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1/8 XSD Hollow Wall Drive Anchors Steel

  • Mutual Screw & Supply
    Since 1947
  • SKU: 1805AWHDXSMS Product Size: 1/8 XSD Weight: 1 lb Condition: New
  • $21.27 for Pack of 100 pieces
    That's only $0.2127 per piece
  • of 100 pieces

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Product Detailed Description

1/8 XSD Hollow Wall Drive Anchors Steel

  • Hole Size 5/16"
  • Screw Size 6/32 x 1-11/32"
  • Grip Range 1/16" - 1/4"
  • Requires pre-drilled hole
Description
A fastener consisting of (1) a cylindrical expander shell with longitudinal sections of its shank removed--this design allows the shell to be pulled toward the head and form anchoring legs on the blind side of the assembly. The shell has a tapered, sharp point at one end and a flanged collar at the opposite end with an opening sufficiently large enough to allow a screw to pass to the threaded opening. The flange of the collar has prongs which dig into the bearing surface at the front end of the assembly; (2) a combo-drive pan head screw; (3) either a fiber or steel flat washer

Applications/ Advantages
Drive style hollow wall anchors are considered to be light-duty anchors but do not require a pre-drilled hole since they can penetrate drywall or sheet rock. When properly installed, they will not crack or crumble the wall material and resist vibration. The machine screw may be removed and inserted multiple times to accommodate an exchange of fixtures

Material
Shell: AISI C1008 - 1010 or equivalent cold-rolled steel Screw: Carbon steel with a minimum tensile strength of 60,000 psi

Pullout Values
Expansion sleeve hollow wall anchors shall not be removable or show evidence of failure when subjected to axially applied proof loads as specified in the above table

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