A Pin-Type Anchor Fasteners is an expansive metal fitting that adheres to the application surface when the provided pin is struck into the passage. They are designed to affix an object with a concrete surface or any sturdy surface which can withstand the stress involved.
They work on a friction locking mechanism incorporating screw-threads and impact-expansion. The top end of the fastener is threaded while the bottom end has four evenly separated cutouts along the perimeter.
When the pin is struck into the passage by hammering, the lower end expands and adheres to the application surface. The threaded top end is provided with nuts to keep the enclosed object intact with the surface. They are manufactured in a variety of sizes to support all types of applications.
The first step in installing a pin-type anchor fastener is to drill a hole of sufficient depth and size to match the diameter of the fastener. This can be done using a hammer drill with a carbide bit equal to the diameter of the anchor to be installed.
The drilled hole must be cleaned to ensure that the hole is large enough for the fastener to be easily inserted. Make sure that the supplied nut and washer are placed on the top end to avoid damaging the threads during insertion. Enclose the object to be placed between them and the mounting surface.
Tap the fastener with a hammer until the nuts and washer are tightened against the fixture. Next strike the supplied nail into the passage within the fastener until it gets affixed. Finally, tighten the nut to secure the enclosed object with the application surface.
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