RS PRO Carbon Steel Shield Anchor M12, fixing hole diameter 20mm, length 75mm

Technical Reference
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Status: Not Applicable
Product Details

Shield Anchor - Projecting Bolt

A torque controlled shield anchor suitable for use in concrete and solid brickwork.

Shield anchor projecting bolt made of carbon steel
Zinc plated and yellow passivated min 5μm

Specifications
Attribute Value
Thread Size M12
Type Shield Anchor Projecting Bolt
Length 75mm
Fixing Hole Diameter 20mm
Maximum Fixing Thickness 70mm
Material Carbon Steel
1 In stock for FREE next working day delivery
Price 1 Bag of 10
£ 20.72
(exc. VAT)
£ 24.86
(inc. VAT)
Bag(s)
Per Bag
Per unit*
1 +
£20.72
£2.072
*price indicative
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