Samac has launched the Atlas concrete anchor, pitched as a one-piece, fast, efficient and cost effective solution for concrete fixing jobs.
As part of Samac’s extensive range of concrete and masonry fixings, the Atlas is a straightforward alternative to traditional concrete fixings with high tensile screw-in, self-tapping technology offering quick and easy “drill and screw” installation in a wide variety of construction substrates including concrete, block, brick, timber, marble, and stone. The Atlas Anchor is ideal for a wide variety of construction fixings tasks across any number of trades from plumbers and electricians to fencing and roofing contractors.
The Samac Atlas Concrete Anchor is the result of extensive testing and provides market leading load performance with low expansion forces, making it an efficient and effective alternative to chemical anchors, the firm said. This is particularly pertinent for temporary structures as the Atlas Anchor is completely removable.
Unlike mechanical expansion anchors, the Atlas Anchor keys into the base material for the entire depth and diameter of the hole, not just at the base, thanks to ten sharp thread-forming teeth that ensure the most secure connection in the substrate. This reduces high energy forces within the concrete allowing close anchor spacing and near-to edge anchor locations. The Samac Atlas anchor is manufactured from carbon, hardened steel with Boron.
For more details on the Atlas Anchor, contact Samac at 01268 764 488.
Based in Essex, Samac is a specialist nails, screws and fixings distributor. Established since 2004, Samac supplies builders, timber, roofing and fencing merchants with a broad range of more than 5,000 products.