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Slam-It Split Drive Flat Head
Slam-It Split Drive Flat Head

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Slam-It™ Split Drive Anchor

This anchor is a one-piece, pre-formed, tamper-proof anchor ideal for anchoring into solid concrete and stone.

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Materials / Finishes

  • Zinc-plated carbon steel
  • Mechanically galvanized

Features and Benefits

  • One-piece anchor is easy to install
  • Tamper-proof
  • Works in concrete and stone
  • Two head styles available
    • Flat head is best for wood-to-concrete applications – can be removed for temporary applications
    • Mushroom head allows fast and clean permanent installations
  • The unique split feature is compressed during installation; after installation it re-expands, exerting force against the walls of the hole resulting in high holding values
Installation
Part Numbers
Catalog Number
Head Style
Material
Anchor Size
Drill Bit Dia.
Box Quantity
Carton Quantity
SDF1412
Flat Head
Carbon Steel
1/4 x 1-1/2
1/4
100
800
SDF1420
Flat Head
Carbon Steel
1/4 x 2
1/4
100
800
SDF1422
Flat Head
Carbon Steel
1/4 x 2-1/2
1/4
100
800
SDF1430
Flat Head
Carbon Steel
1/4 x 3
1/4
100
800
SDF1432
Flat Head
Carbon Steel
1/4 x 3-1/2
1/4
100
800
SDF1440
Flat Head
Carbon Steel
1/4 x 4
1/4
100
800
SDR1412
Mushroom Head
Carbon Steel
1/4 x 1-1/2
1/4
100
800
SDR1420
Mushroom Head
Carbon Steel
1/4 x 2
1/4
100
800
SDR1422
Mushroom Head
Carbon Steel
1/4 x 2-1/2
1/4
100
800
SDFG1430
Flat Head
Galvanized
1/4 x 3
1/4
100
800
slam it split drive anchor installation
  1. Drill hole in masonry or concrete through mounting holes in fixture same diameter as anchor to be used. Clean hole using compressed air and a nylon brush. A clean hole is necessary for proper performance.
  2. Insert anchor through mounting holes in fixture and into anchor hole.
  3. Tap gently until head of anchor body is set tightly against item to be fastened. Gently hammer pin flush to expand body. Do not over-drive pin into body as this could damage the anchor.

NOTE: Always wear safety glasses. Follow drill manufacturer's instructions. Use only solid carbide-tipped drill bits meeting ANSI B212.15 diameter standards.