Bolt anchor

The cost-effective anchoring solution for high-performance requirements


Found 13 products and 382 variants

Found 13 products and 382 variants

Bolt anchor FAZ II

Bolt anchor FAZ II

For highest demands. Powerful and flexible.
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Bolt anchor FAZ II GS

Bolt anchor FAZ II GS

Economic fixing for cracked concrete with large washer
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Bolt anchor FAZ II HBS

Bolt anchor FAZ II HBS

For highest demands. Powerful and flexible.
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Accessories

Accessories

Machine-aided installation for a faster installation time
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Bolt anchor FBZ

Bolt anchor FBZ

The economical solution for all standard fixings.
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Bolt anchor FBZ GS

Bolt anchor FBZ GS

The economical solution for all standard fixings.
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Bolt anchor FBN II

Bolt anchor FBN II

The cost-efficient fixing for flexible use in non-cracked concrete
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Bolt anchor FBN II GS

Bolt anchor FBN II GS

The cost-efficient fixing with large washer for flexible use in non-cracked concrete
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Bolt anchor EXA

Bolt anchor EXA

The installation-friendly fixing in non-cracked concrete
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Bolt anchor EXA-IG

Bolt anchor EXA-IG

The installation-friendly fixing with internal thread for non-cracked concrete
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Bolt anchor FWA (metric)

Bolt anchor FWA (metric)

The cost-effective fixation without approval - for use in non-cracked concrete
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Bolt anchor FWA (imperial)

Bolt anchor FWA (imperial)

The cost-effective fixation without approval - for use in non-cracked concrete
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Bolt anchor FXA

Bolt anchor FXA

Cost efficient fixing with ETA assessment for non-cracked concrete
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Bolt anchor

The cost-effective anchoring solution for high-performance requirements

Bolt anchors are the cost-effective anchoring solution for high performance requirements in cracked and non-cracked concrete and in areas subject to seismic influences. The easy installation saves time. The drill hole is made, the anchor is hammered in, and the nut is tightened with a controlled torque. The cone bolt expands against the wall of the drill hole. The anchors are made from normal steel, hot-dip galvanised steel, stainless steel, and highly corrosion-resistant steel. They safely introduce the loads into the base material through friction locking.

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