New Flat-Head Sleeve Anchors from Confast Comes with Zinc Plating

Press Release Summary:

  • Available in three diameters of ¼ in., 5/16 in. and 3/8 in. both ¼ in. and 5/16 in. come with slotted head whereas 3/8 in. comes in a flat phillips head
  • Heads of anchors are countersunk into the material being fastened down and the head is flush with the surface
  • By turning the flat head clockwise, which pulls the cone shaped internally threaded stud upwards and expands the sleeve against the walls of the hole in the base material

Original Press Release:

Flat-Head Sleeve Anchors

The Confast ™ flat-headed sleeve anchor is now available through direct purchase from Concrete Fastening Systems, Incorporated.

This expansion-type anchor works by turning the flat head clockwise, which pulls the cone shaped internally threaded stud upwards and expands the sleeve against the walls of the hole in the base material. The flat-headed sleeve anchor is a special type of masonry fastener that is manufactured with zinc plating.

“Due to its use in most base materials and its wide range of expansion, the flat-headed sleeve anchor is a versatile fastener choice,” said Bob Carlisle, the founder and president of Concrete Fastening Systems, Incorporated. “The flat-headed sleeve anchor is an excellent choice when working to fasten to dense solid concrete to light hollow block as well as in solid brick and hollow brick.

“The flat-headed sleeve anchor is used in light to medium duty fastening; such as door frames to block walls or stair treads to concrete steps,” he continued. “It can be used in applications that require that the head of the anchor fit flush with the surface of the material being fastened.”

Benefits and Features:

  • Comes packaged assembled
  • Available in three diameters of 1/4”, 5/16 and 3/8”, with each diameter manufactured in different lengths
  • The 1/4” and 5/16” are available with a slotted head; the 3/8” comes in a flat phillips head
  • The slotted head is designed for use with a slotted screwdriver; the phillips head is designed for use with a phillips drive screwdriver
  • The heads of flat-headed sleeve anchors are countersunk into the material being fastened down and the head is flush with the surface of the fixture once installed
  • All flat-headed sleeve anchor lengths are measured as an overall length that includes the head

In business for over 30 years, Concrete Fastening Systems, Incorporated sells fastener of the highest quality direct to the customer which can save up to 70% over retail pricing. Orders are shipped on the same business day received. www.confast.com

More from Material Handling & Storage

All Topics