Screwbolts vs. Expansion Anchors

The Smarter Choice

Are you looking for the perfect fastener for your project? Let's explore why Screwbolts should be your top choice.
 
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1. Easy Install, Removal, and Reuse:

Installing Screwbolts is a breeze, and their full threading allows for effortless removal and reuse. Sleeve anchors, on the other hand, are a one-time deal, requiring grinding for removal and leaving an eyesore behind.
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2. Strength, Stress, and Safety:
Screwbolts, as screw anchors, exert minimal stress on substrates, making them ideal for close-to-edge applications. Expansion anchors, by contrast, rely on friction in pre-drilled holes and can risk cracking when near edges. Screwbolts distribute load over a larger area, ensuring superior strength.
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3. High Strength vs. Mild Steel:
Screwbolts are crafted from high-strength carbon steel, perfect for structural needs. Their threaded design offers higher load capacity than equivalent-diameter expansion anchors. Sleeve anchors typically use lower-grade steel (5, limiting their structural applications.
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4. Head Marking for Identification:
Screwbolts feature dimensions stamped on their heads, making post-install identification a breeze. Sleeve anchors, especially hex head variants, lack this feature, making it challenging to determine their depth after installation.
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5. Aesthetic Head Finish:
Choose from various Screwbolt head profiles like Hex, Pan, and Countersunk for a sleek, aesthetically pleasing finish. Sleeve anchors, with their "thread through nut" design, leave an unattractive head finish.
Make the smart choice for your projects—opt for Screwbolts!