Ribbed Plastic Drywall Anchor Kit with Screws and Masonry Drill Bit #10-12 x 1
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- These plastic anchors are intended for light duty anchoring applications and offer extra support
- The split in the ribbed anchors expand on two opposing sides as you tighten the screw
- Ribs prevent the anchor from turning in the hole during installation
- The split in the anchor ensures three way expansion on sides for increased holding power
- Kit Includes: 100 #10-12 x 1" Plastic anchors, 100 #10 x 1-1/4'' Screws, One 1/4'' x 4'' Drill Bit
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Package Dimensions : 19.35 x 10.16 x 3.81 cm; 498.95 Grams
- Date First Available : 26 April 2018
- Manufacturer : Qualihome
- ASIN : B017J97MVE
- Item Model Number : QHANKAS
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Great idea, for the all in one, nicely boxed package. Great that they include a drill bit. Great anchors. But very poor execution including such large screws for the anchors.
The next is that these actually work in foam. I've found times when I needed to strap conduit or bell boxes to foam. (You'd be surprised how many signs, building sidings, or wall sidings are made of foam.) Usually I'd have to hope there was material behind the foam that I could secure to, but there are often times when its nothing but foam. zip-its don't work, toggle bolts don't work, but these anchors work perfectly.
The third is that you can use them in masonry. Sometimes buildings are so old that the concrete is super hardened. So using Tapcons either bores out the pilot hole(, or get their heads ripped off when you try to drive them( even when you stick a piece of wire in the hole. Drill the pilot hole to 1/4 then bump this anchor in, then you'll be able anchor into concrete poured in the 19th century.
Those times when you accidentally make the hole too large for the anchor, causing it to spin with the screw you drive in. pull the anchor out, use some pliers to hold the anchor and drive the screw into it just a little bit( just up to the point before the anchor splits.). Then bump the anchor into the hole with the screw in it and finish driving the screw into the anchor, works in all material( Sometimes in drywall the hole its just too overbored, you'll just have switch to a toggle bolt)
I can't use my company card for online purchases, I can only use it for gas and parts from supply or hardware stores. I buy these anchors out of pocket because nothing compares to them.
You might be able to get away with it if you're actually screwing into masonry but if you plan on using these for drywall forget it. Not worth returning either so now I'll be buying 100 #8 screws and 100 #10 anchors just so I can use up this box of mismatched screws and anchors. The only reason I gave it two stars instead of one is because the screws and anchors are actually good quality....you just can't use them with each other.
If you immediately use them in drywall, they will spin in place and strip out the hole when you insert the screw into the anchor.
Instead, you must hold the anchor with expanding pliars, screw in a screw to "break the seal", and unscrew the screw - all so the anchor opens in the drywall instead of just catching on the screw and destroying usability of the quarter inch diameter hole you drilled for it. That's a fun patchjob - not. These anchors and screws work just fine after you follow above procedure. I'll use up this kit for how infrequently I need them, but I'll be finding another supplier next time I get a kit like this again.
Reviewed in the United States on 18 July 2017