Latest New Product News from Powers Fasteners, Inc.
Screw Anchors have thread design.Powers Fasteners, Inc. Brewster, NY 10509
Sep 18, 2008 Requiring minimal installation torque, Tapper+ screw anchors are tested to meet 2006 International Building Code (IBC) requirements for strength design of anchors in uncracked concrete. Hex Head and Flat Head styles are available in sizes from 3/16-¼ in. and 1¼-6 in. long for use in light- to medium-duty fastening applications involving concrete, block, and brick base material. Use results in neat finished appearance.
Structural Epoxy Anchoring System meets IBC requirements.Powers Fasteners, Inc. Brewster, NY 10509
May 21, 2008 Listed as category 1 product for uncracked concrete and dry holes, PE1000+ features 3:1 ratio holding power and meets International Building Code (IBC) requirements for strength design (Cracked Concrete). Dual-component system comes in 13 oz cartridge made from engineered plastic and can be dispensed with manually or pneumatically operated injection tool. Uses include anchoring threaded rod, bolts, reinforcing bars, and smooth dowels into concrete and other solid base materials.
Overhead Anchor meets IBC requirements for strength design.Powers Fasteners, Inc. Brewster, NY 10509
Mar 31, 2008 SNAKE(TM)+ overhead anchor sets into drilled hole and is tightened with ½ in. impact wrench until flush with ceiling and ready for insertion of threaded rod. Mechanical anchor combines internally threaded body, Powers Wedge-Bolt anchor, and deep-cutting thread design.
Fasteners simplify overhead rod hanging.Powers Fasteners, Inc. Brewster, NY 10509
Jan 28, 2003 Vertigo system consists of 3 anchors that fasten into concrete, metal, or wood. Each has internally threaded coupling head for 1/4, 3/8, or 1/2 in. diameter rod. Metal and wood anchors also offer side-mount style head for lateral installation of 1/4 and 3/8 in. diameter rod on to joists, columns, and trusses. Applications include HVAC, overhead conduits, acoustical and drop ceilings, and plumbing.
Other Company News From Powers Fasteners, Inc.
Nov 15, 2010
Powers Fasteners Makes Strategic Management Changes to Ensure Its Success Long Term
Oct 31, 2008
Stephen Powers Dies in Motorycle Accident
Sep 19, 2008
Powers Fasteners Names Rob Moe Assistant Vice President of Sales
Dec 18, 2007
Powers Fasteners Expands Engineering Support Staff; Appoints 3 to Field Technical Service Positions
Aug 14, 2007
Powers Fasteners Names M. Gaffigan Director, Latin American Sales; Appoints T.J. Bland, M. Mamula as Branch Managers for Florida
Mar 20, 2007
Powers Fasteners Opens High-Tech Engineering Lab; Names Jacob Olsen Vice President, Research & Development
Nov 16, 2006
USA-Based Construction Fastening Firm Now in Canada and Five Continents:Powers Fasteners Expands Global Presence; Opens Asian Office in Bangkok, Thailand
Apr 17, 2006
Powers Fasteners Moves to Larger World Headquarters Building in Brewster, New York
Mar 30, 2006
Brewster, NY Manufacturer Expands Engineering Capabilities
Feb 28, 2006
Powers Fasteners Announces Two Appointments
Dec 23, 2005
Pioneer of Fastening Industry Fred B. Powers, Jr. Dies at Age 72
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