Heavy-duty Fastener for Anchoring to Infrastructure Concrete Base Materials

redhead trubolt+ by confastThe RedHead Trubolt+ wedge anchor is a heavy-duty fastener for anchoring to the numerous concrete base materials commonly found in infrastructures. It features a high strength steel body for dependable results.

One of the most significant features of this versatile concrete fastener is that has the approval to meet all requirements for both cracked and un-cracked concrete applications. The RedHead Trubolt+ wedge anchor is also approved for seismic applications. It has 360°contact with concrete to assure full expansion for reliable working loads

The Redhead Trubolt+ anchor bodies are manufactured in the United States. Therefore, they are an approved American-made product for the “Buy America” movement.

The exposed end of this wedge anchor has its length identification stamped on it for easy inspection. The anchors also provide the maximum flexibility for project designs and specifications. They also help in a variety of specification ranges with close proximity designs.

Additional features of the Redhead Trubolt+ wedge anchor:
  • ICC ESR-3722
  • Anchor body made from the following materials:
  • Uses carbide tipped hammer drill bits made in accordance with ANSI B212.15-1994
  • Versatile fully threaded design is standard on sizes up to 3/4″ diameter and 10″ length- 360° contact with concrete assures full expansion for reliable working loads
  • Not bottom-bearing, for use in hole depth exceeding anchor length
  • Available for installation through the work fixture, eliminating hole spotting
  • Inspectable torque values, indicating proper installation
  • Carbon steel and zinc plated -dry applications

Confast brand wedge anchors are available nationally at www.confast.com

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