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Package Size: 8.3 x 5.6 x 3 inches
The TOGGLER Snaptoggle BB toggle bolt wall anchor has a channel toggle head made of cold-rolled steel and a 265-lb. ultimate tensile strength in 1/2" drywall for hollow wall installation. The toggle bolt anchor is suitable for installation in various hollow materials, including drywall, concrete and cinder block, and stucco. It has a channel toggle head made of zinc-plated cold-rolled 1010 steel for strength and rust resistance, and it meets most national and local building codes. The channel pivots so it is inline with two attached plastic straps for fitting through drilled holes in hollow wall installation. The plastic straps pull the channel flush against the inside surface of walls to provide broader weight distribution. A plastic flange cap helps the plastic strips to fit into the drilled hole from the outside, and prevents the channel from falling. Once the cap is in place, the plastic straps can be broken off to allow bolting. The toggle bolt wall anchor is suitable for use in the installation of shelving, grab bars, curtain rods, and other wall hangings in hollow walls and materials.
Anchors are a type of fastener used to attach objects and structures to a surface, often called the base material. Selecting an appropriate type of anchor depends on the type and weight of fixture to be attached and on the surface, such as concrete, brick, drywall, or plaster. Anchors are commonly divided into the categories of mechanical anchors and adhesive anchors. Mechanical anchors use a mechanical feature such as grooves, an expanded end, or a hook to hold the anchor in place. This category includes stud anchors, removable-bolt anchors, drive anchors, internally threaded anchors, plug anchors, screws, and toggle anchors. Adhesive anchors use a bonding agent such as epoxy or acrylic to fill a drilled hole into which a metal bar called the anchor rod is inserted. In industrial use, anchors hold machinery, tanks, and rack systems to walls and floors. In bridge and highway construction, anchors fasten railings, barriers, and expansion joints in place. In residential use, anchors attach lighting, plumbing fixtures, shelving, and home electronics to walls and ceilings.
TOGGLER Anchor System manufactures wall anchors and toggle bolts. The company, founded in 1968, is headquartered in Norwalk, CT.
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