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Brass Anchors

Brass Anchors

Brass anchors are specialized fasteners used for secure fixing in concrete, brick, and other masonry materials.

Purpose and Function:

The primary purpose of Brass anchors is to provide a strong and durable fixing point in concrete and masonry. These anchors are typically used to attach fixtures, fittings, or objects to concrete walls, floors, or ceilings. Brass anchors come in various designs, such as wedge anchors, drop-in anchors, and sleeve anchors, each catering to different load capacities and installation methods.

Features and Benefits:

  1. Corrosion Resistance:Brass anchors are made from high-quality brass material, which offers excellent corrosion resistance, making them suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications.
  2. Strength and Reliability:Brass anchors provide reliable holding power and can withstand substantial loads, ensuring a secure and long-lasting fixing.
  3. Versatility:Brass anchors are versatile and can be used in various masonry materials, including concrete, brick, and block.
  4. Easy Installation:Brass anchors are designed for straightforward installation, requiring minimal effort for secure fixing.
  5. Aesthetics:Brass anchors have an attractive appearance, making them suitable for applications where aesthetics are important.

Types of Brass Anchors:

  1. Wedge Anchors:Wedge anchors feature a threaded end and are installed by inserting them into pre-drilled holes in the concrete or masonry. As the nut is tightened, the anchor’s wedge-shaped end expands, securing it firmly in place.
  2. Drop-In Anchors:Drop-in anchors are inserted into pre-drilled holes, and a setting tool is used to expand the anchor, creating a secure hold in the concrete or masonry.
  3. Sleeve Anchors:Sleeve anchors consist of a cylindrical anchor body with a threaded end. When the anchor is inserted into a hole and the nut is tightened, the sleeve expands, gripping the concrete or masonry tightly.


Brass anchors find applications in various construction projects, including:

  • Attaching fixtures and brackets to concrete walls or floors.
  • Securing handrails, safety barriers, and awnings to masonry surfaces.
  • Mounting shelves, cabinets, and signage in brick walls.