Ankr-TITE® Wedge Anchor
316 Stainless Steel
This pre-assembled high strength, fully threaded, and torque-controlled expansion anchor has a unique safety shoulder in the expansion cone that supports a thick 3-dimple clip engineered to provide high load carrying capability and reduce slip in a variety of installation conditions. Nut and washer included.
Downloads / Tech Flyer
Materials / Finishes
- Zinc-plated carbon steel with steel clip
- Hot-dip galvanized carbon steel with 304 stainless steel clip
- All 304 stainless steel
- All 316 stainless steel
Features and Benefits
- Length and identification code stamped on head to ease identification pre and post-installation
- Dog-point head prevents point damage during installation
- Fully threaded anchor body accommodates various application thickness
- Enlarged 3-dimple clip
- Increases response in lightweight concrete and requires fewer rotations to achieve desired torque
- 360 º segment contact on clip equalizes load distribution and increases load-carrying capacity
- Unique safety shoulder
- Supports the 3-dimple clip under maximum and ultimate loads, preventing slippage
- Similar products have gradual expansion cone that does NOT have a safety shoulder to support the clip when anchor is under strain
- Drill the hole, whose diameter equals the anchor diameter, perpendicular to the work surface. To assure full holding power, do not ream the hole or allow the drill to wobble.
- A clean hole is necessary for proper performance. Clean the hole using a nylon brush and compressed air.
- Assemble the nut and washer onto the anchor. Drive the anchor through the material to be fastened at the calculated embedment depth.
- Tighten the nut, or head, 3 to 5 turns past the hand tight position. Installing with a torque wrench is recommended for optimum performance. Refer to Recommended Setting Torque* in the table below.
Drill the hole deeper than the intended embedment, but not closer than two diameters to the opposite surface of the concrete.
NOTE: Always wear safety glasses. Follow drill manufacturer's instructions. Use only solid carbide- tipped drill bits meeting ANSI B212.15 diameter standards.