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Modèle # 11013C Internet # 1001071869

Les ancres à douille à tête rouge sont conçues pour être fixées dans le béton poreux, les blocs creux ou remplis de coulis et les briques. Elles sont utilisées pour installer des machines et des supports, des cadres de fenêtres, des cloisons, des armoires et des supports de tuyaux. Les ancres à douille à tête rouge sont de qualité entrepreneur et sont approuvées par le code de la construction.

  1. Idéal pour la fixation dans une construction en béton, en bloc, en brique ou en acier
  1. Idéal pour les mains courantes, les cadres de fenêtres, les cloisons, les armoires, les étagères et les supports de tuyaux
  1. Finition zinguée
  1. Le diamètre de la mèche de forage correspond au diamètre de l'ancre

Spécifications

Dimensions

Hauteur assemblé (en pouces)
6
Hauteur de l’emballage (en pouces)
6
Largeur assemblée (en pouces)
4
Largeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
4
Poids assemblé (en livres)
10.05
Poids de l’emballage (en livres)
10.05
Profondeur assemblé (en pouces)
14.75
Profondeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
14.75

Détails

Longueur (en pouces)
3
Longueur du produit
3 po.
Pays d'origine
CN-China
Quantité par paquet
15
Résistance
Robuste
Taille du produit
3/8 po.

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Ancres à douille hexagonale en acier de 3/8" x 3" avec finition zinguée - paquet de 15Red Head Ancres à douille hexagonale en acier de 3/8" x 3" avec finition zinguée - paquet de 15Les ancres à douille à tête rouge sont conçues pour être fixées dans le béton poreux, les blocs creux ou remplis de coulis et les briques. Elles sont utilisées pour installer des machines et des supports, des cadres de fenêtres, des cloisons, des armoires et des supports de tuyaux. Les ancres à douille à tête rouge sont de qualité entrepreneur et sont approuvées par le code de la construction.
Red Head
1001071869
CAD25.82024-04-13
Home Depot Canada
Ancres à douille hexagonale en acier de 3/8" x 3" avec finition zinguée - paquet de 15 est évalué 4.3 de 5 de 188.
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Rated 5 de 5 de par Over the years I've used several types of anchors to fasten heavy machinery to concrete floors an... Over the years I've used several types of anchors to fasten heavy machinery to concrete floors and these 3/8"x3" Red Head anchors performed as good if not better than I had anticipated. I'm using these anchors to tie down the 2x4 construction to the cement floor in my basement. They adapt well to any inconsistencies in floor thickness. (e.g. perimeter areas that were re-poured during the waterproofing process.) Any excessive amount of threads remaining due to the floor thickness inconsistencies, I cut off using an oscillating tool. (I know, a bit of OCD going on here...) Anyway, I definitely recommend this product.
Date de publication: 2019-01-05
Rated 4 de 5 de par Easy to Use Found these to be easy to use. Prior to this, I had 0 experience in drilling into concrete, brick, etc... Purchase a good quality 3/8" drill bit suited for the material you are drilling into. Drill about 1/4" deeper than needed. Insert the sleeve anchor through the hole & material to hold down & tighten with a 1/2" socket or wrench. Fit well with only a few small taps of a hammer to insert.
Date de publication: 2013-10-08
Rated 4 de 5 de par Easy to use Found these to be easy to use. Prior to this, I had 0 experience in drilling into concrete, brick, etc... Purchase a good quality 3/8" drill bit suited for the material you are drilling into. Drill about 1/4" deeper than needed. Insert the sleeve anchor through the hole & material to hold down & tighten with a 1/2" socket or wrench. Fit well with only a few small taps of a hammer to insert.
Date de publication: 2013-11-20
Rated 3 de 5 de par Anchors require a really tight fit to hole, unlike other... Anchors require a really tight fit to hole, unlike other brands. Drill bit wobbled a bit and hole was a little loose, anchor didn't hold well. I've used other brands and they held better with less than perfect drilled holes.
Date de publication: 2018-03-06
Rated 1 de 5 de par Don’t waste your money Electrician here. Installed thousands of different anchors for lighting, transformers, disconnects, everything... so I know a good anchor when I see one. This one is not worth the money. Installed new metal railing on my concrete stairs in my backyard. 3 out of 8 anchors held. 4 anchors sheared off with not a lot of torque, 1 anchor just spins. Now I have to figure how to get these anchors out of concrete. Don’t have my headache. I’ll stick to the products I know work and I never had an issue
Date de publication: 2019-05-05
Rated 5 de 5 de par Good design and seem to be working. Holding up our mantle nicely. Good design and seem to be working. Holding up our mantle nicely.
Date de publication: 2018-03-07
Rated 1 de 5 de par On half of them, the bolt just spun as you tried to tighten the nut. Pounding it into the wall d... On half of them, the bolt just spun as you tried to tighten the nut. Pounding it into the wall damaged with the bolt or nut making it difficult to turn, which caused the bolt to turn. I went back to Home Depot to ask if I was using them wrong.. 1) Drill 3/8 hole in concrete 2) Hammer it in. Tried a rubber mallet and using a 2x4 to protect the nut 3) Tighten the nut which should have shortened the bolt, forcing the flanges of the cylinder against the walls of the hole. On half of them, the bolt just spun in the sleeve not shortening. Not tightening against the hole. You also can't remove them, so I had to cut them off with an angle grinder to get it out of the way and leave it in the hole. Will NEVER buy again.
Date de publication: 2021-04-09
Rated 5 de 5 de par Worked great. Followed directions and the anchors went in... Worked great. Followed directions and the anchors went in perfectly. Only one anchor went in wrong. It was my fault. It did not seat far enough and I have 1/8 “ headroom. Again, my fault.
Date de publication: 2018-05-30
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Are these strong enough to hold down a 10x8 shed to an existing concrete pad or do I need 1/2 inc...

Are these strong enough to hold down a 10x8 shed to an existing concrete pad or do I need 1/2 inch anchors
Posée par: Dave
3/8" should be strong enough to hold down a shed. If you live in an area with heavy winds you should probably go a little larger size.
Répondue par: Dan
Date de publication: 2021-10-21

Can these be installed outside? I’m installing 6x6 posts to a concrete pier for a pergola.

Posée par: Ikaria73
I used these outside too, anchoring a deck base to an existing block wall 4 years ago.
Répondue par: Tom
Date de publication: 2023-05-06

What are you using to clean out the cavity?

Posée par: Ben
As others have commented, vacuum and/or compressed air are both helpful. Since we're talking concrete though, i wanted to reply as well and suggest that if you're using a vacuum, make sure you are also using a filter designed for, or with a small enough particulate rating, that it not pass concrete dust through. If you're using compressed air, wear an appropriate mask. You really don't want to breathe in concrete dust (silica dust). If it's occasional, perhaps not a huge deal, but for the cost, and how easy it is to avoid, not breathing it in is even better.
Répondue par: SPB
Date de publication: 2020-11-21

Im securing a 2x6 board to concrete with a 3 inch sleeve anchor. Does that mean i should drill 1 1/2 inches into concrete? Thanks!

Posée par: Ben
Is better if you drill 3 inches, that way when the anchors are getting tighten you won't have to much anchor tread showing out.
Répondue par: HomeDepotCustomer
Date de publication: 2023-05-06

Can the nut be unthreaded to temporarily remove what it is anchoring, then reinstalled?

Can the nut be unthreaded to temporarily remove what it is anchoring, then reinstalled?
Posée par: DJNJ
Yes. I've had to do that before. Make sure to not over tighten because you might strip the nut.
Répondue par: PJ
Date de publication: 2020-06-16

Are these removable

I want to use these to fasten a safe to the floor in a office. However it will be moved to another location in the next 6 months and hate to leave these sticking up out of the floor for the next occupant.
Posée par: Bigdog
As with all sleeve anchors, it is recommended that you drill your hole slighter deeper than the total length of the anchor. If you do so, when you remove whatever item you are fastening down, you can then simply tap the anchor and sleeve back down into the floor/wall and fill the hole with caulk/grout.
Répondue par: Mythbuilder
Date de publication: 2023-05-04

are 4 of these strong enough to support a 105lbs tv into brick

are 4 of these strong enough to support a 105lbs tv into brick
Posée par: Jimbo
I would say yes if they are solid bricks.
Répondue par: Kiri A
Date de publication: 2023-05-07

How far do the studs extend beyond the sleeve? They should a 2x4 bolted to concrete in one of the...

How far do the studs extend beyond the sleeve? They should a 2x4 bolted to concrete in one of the pics. That doesn't look right...
Posée par: Airhead
I have used 11 of these anchors. The 19/64" stud extends 11/64" or less than 3/16" inch beyond the sleeve. I would suggest using a metal angle bracket to fasten a wooden structure to the anchor. I do not know how much stress or load these anchors can support.
Répondue par: ChevyGuy2018
Date de publication: 2023-05-07
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