Lead wood screw anchors, also known as lead wood screw shields, are ideally suited for projects that require fastening wood or anchoring brick, concrete, block or softer masonry. You’ll find these anchors install easily as the lead alloy material is soft enough to use, yet hard enough to provide strong holding power. A pre-drilled hole is required for installation. We do not recommend for ceiling applications.
The Lag Shield is a screw style anchor designed for use with lag bolts. It is suitable for use in concrete and the mortar joints of block or brick walls. In harder masonry materials, short style Lag Shields are used to reduce drilling time. The long style version is used in soft or weak masonry to better develop strength. The Lag Shield is not recommended for overhead or life safety applications.
This 1/2″ combo drill bit installs lead anchors for 1/4″-20 combo sidewalk bolts. I works for all masonry surfaces, both block and concrete. The smaller pilot bit starts the hole in the right location, and the larger 1/2″ step bit drills the perfect hole for setting lead machine screw anchors. Fully adjustable collar allows you to set the depth of the hole for a perfect set every-time. Comes with Hex Wrench.
The lead machine screw anchor is an internally threaded anchor designed to make female threads into concrete. It features a soft lead shell on the outside and steel threads on the inside. They are designed for solid concrete but can be installed into hollow block or brick with a special setting tool.
The sleeve type hollow wall anchor is designed for use in base materials such as plaster, wallboard, concrete block, hollow tile or plywood. It is installed using a drill and can be used with various wall thicknesses. The sections of the sleeve expand as the screw is tightened and driven into the wall. The front section of the hollow wall anchor will add permanent screw threads, so that once set, the screw may be removed as often as necessary without affecting the anchor. These anchors are also known as Molly bolts.
Drive pin anchors are installed in pre-drilled holes. Using this tool and a hammer, a solid strike drives a nail into the anchor body, expanding the anchor to form a tight fit. These anchors secure light loads to masonry materials.
Drive pin anchors are installed in pre-drilled holes with a hammer strike that drives a nail into the anchor body, expanding the anchor to form a tight fit. These anchors secure light loads to masonry materials.
The Hammer-Set anchor is a mechanical drive anchor consisting of a zinc die cast expansion body and zinc plated steel expander drive pin. Hammer-Set anchors are medium-duty anchors designed for a variety of fastening applications in concrete, block, and brick. It is ideal for light-duty and tamper-resistant applications. Use Hammer-Set anchors to attach termination bars, drywall track, electrical boxes and clips, flashing, lumber and more.
The E-Z Ancor is a one-piece self-drilling anchor designed for optimal holding performance in drywall. Because it pre-drills its own small precise hole, no hole preparation is necessary. With a range of choices, including mini, regular and heavy duty, and available in zinc or nylon, there is an E-Z solution to your hanging problems.