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Custom Anchor wedge

Committed to the production of carbon steel and stainless steel fasteners, stamping parts and non-standard custom parts.


Founded in 2003, Haiyan Yuanda Metal Products Co., Ltd. is a China Anchor wedge Manufacturers and Wholesale Anchor wedge Suppliers dedicated to the production of carbon steel and stainless steel fasteners, stamping parts and non-standard custom parts. The annual production capacity can exceed 5,000 tons, strong technical force, complete production equipment, reliable product quality, good mechanical performance, widely used in construction, machinery, auto parts, breeding and other industries.

  • Customized Service
    Customized Service

    We mainly make customized products, we develop and produce products according to the drawings or samples provided by customers.

  • Quality Guarantee
    Quality Guarantee

    Quality Guarantee Quality Guarantee Yuanda after more than 20 years of technology accumulation and precipitation for the industry to improve performance cost reduction contributed to the strength of many years of market.

  • Production Capacity
    Production Capacity

    We have complete production equipment, with an annual output of more than 5,000 tons, which can meet the needs of customers with different purchase volumes.


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Industry Knowledge Extension

What are the main features and advantages of using a wedge anchor for securing heavy loads in concrete or masonry?

Strong and Reliable Hold: Wedge anchors are designed to provide a secure and reliable hold in concrete, brick, or masonry materials. They are specifically engineered to handle heavy loads and offer excellent resistance to pull-out forces.
Simple Installation: Installing a wedge anchor is a straightforward process that requires minimal tools. Typically, it involves drilling a hole in the concrete or masonry, inserting the anchor, and tightening it with a wrench. This ease of installation makes them popular in various construction and DIY projects.
Versatility: Wedge anchors can be used in a wide range of applications, from securing heavy equipment, machinery, and structural elements to anchoring rails, fences, and posts. Their versatility makes them suitable for both commercial and residential projects.
Suitable for Various Environments: Wedge anchors can withstand different environmental conditions, including indoor and outdoor settings. They are resistant to corrosion and can be used in damp or humid locations without compromising their performance.
Tamper-Resistant Option: Some wedge anchors come with a tamper-resistant design, making them more secure and less susceptible to unauthorized removal. This feature is particularly important for public installations or areas with a higher risk of theft or tampering.
High Load Capacity: Wedge anchors are known for their high load capacity compared to other types of concrete anchors. This makes them well-suited for applications that require anchoring heavy loads or structural components securely.
Durable and Long-lasting: Made from materials such as stainless steel or zinc-plated steel, wedge anchors offer durability and longevity. Once properly installed, they can provide a long-lasting and dependable anchoring solution.

How does the installation process differ between a wedge anchor and other types of concrete anchors, such as sleeve anchors or drop-in anchors?

Wedge Anchor Installation:
Drilling: The first step in installing a wedge anchor is to drill a hole in the concrete or masonry using a hammer drill and the appropriate size masonry bit. The hole should match the diameter of the wedge anchor being used.
Cleaning the Hole: After drilling, the hole needs to be thoroughly cleaned to remove any dust or debris. Using a brush or compressed air can help achieve a clean and debris-free hole.
Inserting the Anchor: The wedge anchor is then inserted into the pre-drilled hole. The fixture or object to be anchored is placed over the anchor, and the nut is tightened on the threaded end of the anchor.
Setting the Anchor: As the nut is tightened, the wedge anchor's clip expands, wedging the anchor securely into the concrete or masonry. This expansion creates a strong hold.
Sleeve Anchor Installation:
Drilling: Similar to the wedge anchor, the installation process for sleeve anchors starts with drilling a hole in the concrete or masonry using a hammer drill and the correct size masonry bit.
Inserting the Anchor: The sleeve anchor is then inserted into the hole, and the fixture is placed over the anchor. A nut is threaded onto the end of the anchor.
Setting the Anchor: As the nut is tightened, the sleeve anchor's tapered cone is pulled into the sleeve, causing it to expand against the concrete or masonry, creating a secure grip.
Drop-In Anchor Installation:
Drilling: Again, the process begins with drilling a hole in the concrete or masonry, but in the case of drop-in anchors, a standard drill bit is used rather than a hammer drill.
Inserting the Anchor: The drop-in anchor is placed into the hole, and a setting tool is used to drive the anchor down to the desired depth.
Setting the Anchor: A threaded bolt or stud is then inserted into the drop-in anchor, and as the nut is tightened, the bottom of the anchor expands, securing it in place.