RS PRO Carbon Steel Anchor Bolt M8, fixing hole diameter 8mm, length 50mm
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RS PRO Zinc Plated Through Bolts
RS PRO range of zinc plated through bolts which are torque controlled anchors suitable for use in concrete over C20/25.
Through bolt anchors are one of the most common fixing bolts. They are designed to fix a component to concrete, brick and natural stone. Available in a range of lengths and sizes to accommodate a variety of applications, these through bolt anchors ensure a secure fixing suitable for medium to heavy-duty loads.
Through bolt range includes the following sizes:
908-6949 - M6x55 mm
908-6943 - M8x50 mm
908-6952 - M8x65 mm
908-6959 - M8x100 mm
908-6968 - M8x130 mm
908-6961 - M10x65 mm
908-6965 - M10x75 mm
908-6974 - M10x120 mm
908-6977 - M12x80 mm
908-6971 - M12x100 mm
908-6980 - M12x120 mm
908-6983 - M12x140 mm
908-6987 - M16x150 mm
908-6996 - M16x175 mm
908-6999 - M16x220 mm
RS PRO have a great range of masonry plugs, anchor through bolts to meet all your fixing requirements.
Features and Benefits:
Through bolts made of carbon steel
Zinc plated and yellow passivated min 5μm - Yellow chromate prevents the zinc from corroding and increases the overall protection of the finish
Available in a range of sizes
Through Bolts are ideal for use in medium weight applications in brickwork, block work and hard masonry. Through fixing allows drilling through pre-positioned fixture. Suitable for non-cracked concrete and structural applications such as:
What are through bolts used for?
Through bolts are an ideal fixing to be used to attach medium to heavy duty objects to concrete.
What other types of through bolts are there?
There is a range of through bolt fixings to suit a variety of applications such as:
Steel through bolts
Stainless steel through bolts
BZP through bolts
Galvanised through bolts
Hanger through bolts
How to insert a through bolt/anchor fixing
Before attempting a through bolt fixing it is essential that you identify the drill bit size you need and the depth of the hole required
Once this is established, a hole can be created using the drill ensuring that any dust and debris is cleaned out ready for the anchor to be inserted
Next screw the washer on to the top of the through bolt until it is flush with the bolt
Insert the through bolt into the hole, giving it a gentle tap with a hammer if required until it reaches the end of the hole
Once inserted you can begin tightening the nut on the anchor until you it clicks. Be careful not to add too much torque as this can affect the quality of the fixing.
Finally remove the nut and washer and the through bolt will be ready to use
Can you remove a through bolt fixing?
Through bolt fixings are not designed to be removed once inserted as this can cause damage to the base material and can create a hole. However, if required the anchor can be sawed off with a hacksaw.
Why RS PRO?
RS PRO is our own brand range and brings you a wide range of high-quality, great value products offering you more choice. Trusted by engineers all over the world, every part of every RS PRO product has been rigorously tested against demanding industry standards; theyre only given the RS PRO seal of approval if were confident of their exceptional quality, which means you can be confident too.
|Type||Through Bolt Anchor|
|Fixing Hole Diameter||8mm|
|Maximum Fixing Thickness||5mm|