HB01 Sleeve Anchor Bolt
The HB01 Sleeve bolt is used for all types of fixing attached on to concrete walls or filled block work walls. The bolts are hammered into the drilled holes and the anchors are fixed by torquing the nut on the bolt. Good anchorage is archived through the axpansion of the sleeve throught out the drilled hole.
HB03 Through Anchor Bolt
The HB03 Through bolt is used for all types of fixing attached to concrete walls with a minimum C20/25 quality. The bolts are hammered into the drilled hole and fixing is done by torquing the nut. Final torque is achieved fast because the ring on the bolts is optimized to expand quickly. Safe fixture is made by the ring gripping firmly in the drilled hole.
HB05 Shell Anchor Bolt
The HB05 shell bolt is used for fixing made on to concrete walls or filled and reinforced masonry walls. The shell is hammered into the concrete first until fully inserted. The torque is achieved using the hex bolt. As the torquing is made the shell is expanded firmly gripping the area around the drilled hole.
HB06 Drop-in Anchor Bolt
The HB06 drop in bolt is used for fixing pipes, false ceiling etc. on the concrete walls. This bolt is installed in two stages. First the shell is hammered into drilled hole with a hand tool, then fixing is made with a hex bolt. Shells expands in the concrete hole as the pin opens the shell after setting process wich firmly grips the area around the drill hole. Fixture is made by a hex bolt in to the wich is anchored into the substrate.
HB07 Chemical Anchor Bolt
The HB07 chemical bolt is used for fixing steel construction elements on to hollow block work and hollow masonry walls as well as concrete walls. Chemical capsules or epoxy acrylate tubes is inserted or injected in to the drilled holes and the bolts are set in to the holes. Anchors are fastened after the adhesive has cured.
HB09 HAZ Anchor Bolt
The HB09 HAZ Super bolt is used for fixing anchors onto the rear side of stone slabs. The bolts are hammered in to the drilled hole gently and then torquing is done expanding the serrated washers create a firm grip in side the drilled hole. This system is an economic and easy to use method which does not require the use of special drilling tools and expensive work stations.