1/2"-6 Coil Non-Flange Drop-In Anchor, 2 inL x 5/8 in Dia., 25 PK
- Item # 30PK30
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- Mfr. Model # 1312CT0
- Catalog Page # 2166
- UNSPSC # 31162101
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- Shipping Weight 2.9 lbs.
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Drop-in anchors for use in pipe hanging, mounting valve and pipe, machinery mounting, anchoring shelf, and insulation applications, in concrete materials or solid concrete base materials. UL and FM Listed.
Note: For load capacities in structural lightweight aggregate concrete, refer to ICBO Report No. 1372. Safe working loads for single installations under static loading should not exceed 25% of the ultimate load conditions. Drop-in anchor setting tool must be purchased separately.
- Item Drop-In Anchor
- Drop-In Anchor Type Coil Non-Flange
- Anchor Material Steel
- Fastener Finish Zinc Plated
- Anchor Thread Size 1/2"-6
- Anchor Dia. 5/8 in
- Anchor Length 2 in
- Thread Depth 3/4 in
- Bolt Dia. 1/2 in
- Drill Bit Size 5/8 in
- Min. Hole Depth 2 in
- Installation Turns Until Set Tool Shoulders On Anchor Lip
- Ultimate Shear in 3000 PSI Concrete (Lb.) 5,854
- Ultimate Shear in 4000 PSI Concrete (Lb.) 5,854
- Ultimate Tension (Lbs.) 5,312
- Ultimate Tension in 3000 PSI Concrete (Lb.) 6,355
- Ultimate Tension in 4000 PSI Concrete (Lb.) 7,398
- Drive Tools 4XMF4
- Meets/Exceeds U.S. GOV G.S.A. FF-S-325 GR VIII, Type 1
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