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Hex Sleeve Anchors - Stainless Steel

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  • Sleeve Anchors are fully assembled and ready to use
  • Sleeve anchor bolts may be used in Solid Concrete, Block, Brick or Mortar Joint
  • The hole diameter required is the same as the diameter of the Sleeve Anchor being used

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1. Drill the hole perpendicular to the work surface. To assure full holding power, do not ream the hole or allow the drill to wobble. Drill the hole at least 1 anchor diameter deeper than the calculated embedment depth, but not closer than two anchor diameters to the bottom surface of the concrete. Through drilling is allowed when using sleeve anchors in hollow concrete block.

2. Clean the hole using compressed air and a nylon brush. A clean hole is necessary for proper performance.

3. Drive anchor through the fixture into the hole making sure the nut, or head, rests solidly against the fixture. Be sure the anchor is set to the required embedment depth.

4. Tighten the nut, or head, 3 to 5 turns past the hand-tight position.

Installation Data 

Anchor

Dia. (in.)

Drill Dia. (in.)

Bolt Dia. (in.)

Effective Embed. Depth (in.)

Min. Edge Dist. (in.)

Critical Edge Dist. (in.)

Min. Spacing Dist. (in.)

Critical Spacing Dist. (in.)

    1/4

    1/4

3/16

1-1/8

1-1/4

3

    1-11/16

3-3/8

   5/16

   5/16

1/4

1-7/16

1-1/2

3-3/4

    2-3/16

4-5/16

    3/8

    3/8

5/16

1-1/2

1-3/4

4-1/2

    2-1/4

4-1/2

    1/2

    1/2

3/8

2-1/4

2-1/4

6

    3-3/8

6-3/4

   5/8

    5/8

1/2

2-3/4

3-1/8

7-1/2

    4-1/8

8-1/4

    3/4

    3/4

5/8

3-3/8

3-3/4

9

    5-1/16

10-1/8

 

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hv - Minimum Embedment

t - Attached Material Thickness

C - Nut Height = Anchor Diameter

l - Total Anchor Length