Concrete wedge anchors' design allows them to anchor fixtures into concrete. Concrete wedge anchors work by inserting them into a hole drilled into concrete. The concrete wedge anchor is then expanded, wedging itself securely in the concrete.
Wedge anchors are integral to many projects, providing a secure connection between walls, ceilings and other objects. They consist of two pieces – an anchor, usually made of steel, and a metal wedge which expands and locks it in place when tightened to the anchor. Wedge anchors are useful in outdoor applications where their
Anchor bolts are used to connect structural and non-structural elements to concrete. The connection can be made by a variety of different components: anchor bolts (also named fasteners), steel plates, or stiffeners. Anchor bolts transfer different types of load: tension forces and shear forces.