ANCHOR BOLTS

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L-type anchor bolts have a bend at one end to grab onto the concrete or masonry structure. These type of anchor bolts are normally cast-in- place—meaning they are inserted into the concrete as soon as it is poured. The concrete cures, and securing retains the bolts in place.

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J-type anchor bolts have a bend at one end to grab onto the concrete or masonry structure. These type of anchor bolts are normally cast-in- place—meaning they are inserted into the concrete as soon as it is poured. The concrete cures, and securing retains the bolts in place.

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Wedge anchors are threaded studs with a cone expander and a single piece expansion clip. The expansion clip ensures uniform holding capacity that increases as tension is applied. Wedge-style expansion anchors are for use in solid concrete or grout-filled concrete masonry.