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Rawl Fixings RS_530-472 Steel Masonry Anchor M8, fixing hole diameter 10 mm, 12 mm, length 95mm

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Fixing Hole Diameter:
10 mm, 12 mm
Material:
Steel
Thread Size:
M8
Length:
95mm
Maximum Fixing Thickness:
55mm
Type:
Sleeve Anchor Loose Bolt

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Fasteners Selection Guide 56 Pages(Technical Reference)
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Generally, masonry is known as anything that a mason puts down. In other words, you can say masonry is something laid by a stonemason or a bricklayer. This can also include building materials like brick and stone and block walls. This all-purpose anchor is designed for medium-weight applications lik...

Generally, masonry is known as anything that a mason puts down. In other words, you can say masonry is something laid by a stonemason or a bricklayer. This can also include building materials like brick and stone and block walls. This all-purpose anchor is designed for medium-weight applications like blockwork, brickwork, and hard masonry. It is manufactured from zinc-plated steel, and the M8 anchor fixings allow fixtures through some pre-positioned institutions. 

What are Masonry Anchors?

Anchors used for masonry are simply fixings used to attach or fasten an object to masonry. They provide a secure hold and are highly durable with a reliable design. Traditionally, screws have been used to fix items to masonry, but there are some drawbacks to this procedure with certain materials. You cannot screw them directly into stone, brick, or stone walls. Therefore, specialist masonry anchors are required for this purpose. 

Masonry anchors help achieve a secure fitting of items to walls. They function against the hole you have drilled in the masonry while the screw is screwed into the wall or other surface. This will create a secure hold on the screw, given that the fence is made from concrete or solid masonry.

How do Masonry Anchors Work?

The anchors designed for masonry are simple in their functioning. The primary purpose of these anchors is for a reliable and secure fixing between the masonry and the object attached. You can say that they work similarly to many other types of fasteners.

The following steps determine the basics guidelines on how masonry anchors are used:

  • Drill a hole the correct size according to the instructions given according to the manufacturer.
  • Tap the hammer into the hole with the help of a hammer
  • Then tighten up the screw or bolt
  • This procedure expands the anchor by wedging and gripping towards the side of the hole and provides a brutal hold.

The above steps need to be followed to ensure proper installation and make the process easier.

What are Masonry Anchors Used for?

As already mentioned, masonry anchors like M8 anchor fixings are anchors that are used to fasten an object to masonry. They are used with various masonries, including blocks and bricks, and concrete. The primary building materials on which masonry anchors are used are the following:

Concrete

Albeit concrete isn't a type of masonry, similar fixings are utilized commonly with concrete, block, stone, and brickwork. As concrete is an extreme material to bore into, expert concrete fixings and screws prefer to accomplish a decent outcome without breaking a sweat. Concrete fixings can be utilized for light and medium-duty applications - some uncompromising concrete anchor types are accessible. However, they are more uncommon for an assortment of purposes, going from associating underlying components to joining inside decorations.

Masonry

Masonry anchors have been designed to be used with brick and other similar materials and are some of the most extensively used types available. These fasteners are designed and manufactured to secure and fit particular objects to bricks or mortar joints in walls that provide a safe and secure connection as brick consists of some hollow areas. Therefore, there are specially designed anchors for the brings to hold onto the brick and its hollow areas securely.

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