Sleeve Anchors, Flat Head, Phillips/Slotted Combo, Stainless Steel 304 (inch)

Sleeve Anchors, Flat Head, Phillips/Slotted Combo, Stainless Steel 304 (inch)
Sleeve Anchor
Stainless steel sleeve anchors are installed in concrete, brick or block using a pre-drilled hole. With the hole drilled, the anchor is inserted through the mating fixture into the drilled hole. The screw is tightened with a Phillips or slotted screwdriver pulling the wider end of the anchor shaft through the sleeve expanding it against the interior of the drilled hole and securing it in place.

Stainless steel is a well-known steel alloy that is prized for its ability to resist corrosion and rust.  It is widely used in many industries and products – think cutlery, food processing and preparation equipment, medical instruments, marine products, refrigerators, freezers, and washing machines.  Stainless steel is also widely used to make the fasteners that hold these products together.
 
Stainless steels are a family of ferrous, or iron alloys composed of steel (iron and carbon) with a minimum of 10.5% chromium content that gives it the corrosion resistant properties it is known for.  Generally speaking, the more chromium, the better the corrosion resistance. Chromium creates a passive surface film that is self-healing and resistant to oxidation, corrosion, and/or rust.
 


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