The Wej-It Nail-It DN drive anchor is made of zamac alloy and cold rolled steel, provides a secure hold in concrete, block, brick, and stone, and meets Federal Specification GSA FFS-325 Group V, Type 2, Class 2. The anchor body inserts into a drilled hole and a hammer (sold separately) drives the pin down into the body, expanding the body and gripping the mounting material. The anchor’s mushroom head lies above the material surface when installed, and the nail enters the head when installed to create a tamper-resistant seal.
|Anchor Part Number||Drill Diameter||Maximum Thickness of Fixture||Minimum Embedment Depth||Ultimate Tensile Strength of Static Loads in 3,000-psi Unreinforced Stone Aggregate Concrete|
Warning: Use one-fourth or less of listed maximum values for safe working loads (as required by local regulations). For more information, see the specifications sheet.
Anchors provide reinforcement to fasteners installed in materials that are considered brittle or have insufficient hold such as drywall, concrete, brick, and stone. Anchors provide support through methods such as expansion from within or behind the substrate, or insertion of adhesive compounds into drilled holes.
Wej-It Fastening Systems manufactures mechanical and adhesive fasteners for use in concrete and drywall. The company, founded more than 60 years ago, is headquartered in Norwalk, CT.
Drive anchor provides a secure hold in concrete, block, brick, and stone
Anchor consists of a zamac alloy body and a cold rolled steel pin, which drives in with a hammer (sold separately) to expand and grip the mounting material
Meets Fed. Spec. GSA FFS-325 Group V, Type 2, Class 2 specifications
Mushroom head lies above the material surface when the anchor is installed
Head and nail assembly is tamper resistant once the anchor is installed