RawlPlug Steel Masonry Anchor M10, fixing hole diameter 16mm, length 140mm

  • RS Stock No. 681-6713
  • Mfr. Part No. R-RBL-M10/75W
  • Brand RawlPlug
Technical Reference
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Status: Not Applicable
COO (Country of Origin): PL
Product Details

RawlPlug R-RBL Rawlbolt™ Mechanical Shield Anchor Loose Bolt.

From RawlPlug this is the R-RBL Rawlbolt all-purpose expanding mechanical anchor loose bolt which is for use with hollow core slab and ceramic material. The RawlPlug Rawlbolt is the original mechanical anchor with all others produced after the Rawlbolt launch. The sleeve of the rawlbolt is expanding, in 3-pieces providing you with maximum safety and optimal load and can be used in any material. Various diameter of Rawlboth are available from M6 to M20 and the R-RBL is mainly for use in cracked and con-cracked concrete (ETA option 1), hollow core slabs, flooring blocks and ceramics. This mechanical shield anchor loose bolt is truly all purpose making it one of the most popular loose bolts available.

Features and Benefits.

  • R-RBL Rawlbolt Mechanical Shield Anchor.

  • Loose bolt.

  • All-purpose.

  • Expanding (3-pieces).

  • Maximum safety and optimal load.

  • Diameters available from M6 to M20.

  • For use in any substrate.

  • For use in cracked and non-cracked concrete (ETA option 1), hollow core slabs, flooring blocks and ceramics.

Typical R-RBL Rawlbolt Mechanical Shield Anchor Loose Bolt Fixings Applications.

  • Roller shutter doors.

  • Fire doors.

  • Structural steel work.

  • Security grills.

  • Heavy machinery.

  • Pipework and ductwork supports.

Material the R-RBL Rawlbolt Loose Bolt Anchors are Compatible with?

Approved for use in:

  • Solid clay brick ≥ 20MPa.

  • Hollow Lightweight Concrete Block LAC 5 ≥ 5MPa.

  • Hollow Sand-lime Brick ≥ 15MPa.

  • Concrete hollow floor block (Teriva).

  • Hollow-core Slab C20/25.

  • Hollow-core Slab C30/37-C50/60.

R-RBL Rawlbolt Loose Bolt Anchors Fixings Available?

  • Stock number 279004, Steel, M6, 12 mm x 85 mm.

  • Stock number 279010, Steel, M8, 14 mm x 95 mm.

  • Stock number 279026, Steel, M10, 16 mm x 115 mm.

  • Stock number 279032, Steel, M12, 20 mm x 120 mm.

  • Stock number 525329, Steel, M6, 12 mm x 55 mm.

  • Stock number 525335, Steel, M8, 14 mm x 65 mm.

  • Stock number 525341, Steel, M10, 16 mm x 75 mm.

  • Stock number 525420, Steel, M10, 16 mm x 90 mm.

  • Stock number 528249, Steel, M6, 12 mm x 70 mm.

  • Stock number 528255, Steel, M8, 14 mm x 80 mm.

  • Stock number 528261, Steel, M12, 20 mm x 90 mm.

  • Stock number 528277, Steel, M12, 20 mm x 105 mm.

  • Stock number 6816713, Steel, M10, 16 mm x 140 mm.

  • Stock number 6816722, Steel, M12, 20 mm x 180 mm.

  • Stock number 6816725, Steel, M16, 25 mm x 135 mm.

  • Stock number 6816729, Steel, M16, 25 mm x 150 mm.

How to use the R-RBL Rawlbolt Loose Bolt Anchors?

  • Drill a hole (have pre-drilled hole ready) ensure that it is the correct diameter and depth needed.

  • Clean out the drilled hole removing all debris and dust (important to thoroughly remove everything, use a blowpump).

  • Remove the pre-assembled bolt and washer.

  • Insert the shield into the drilled hole and gently tap into the hole till it is flush with the surface.

  • Insert the bolt with the washer through the fixture and into the shield.

  • Tighten the fixing carefully, only to the recommended torque.

Specifications
Attribute Value
Thread Size M10
Type Shield Anchor Loose Bolt
Length 140mm
Fixing Hole Diameter 16mm
Maximum Fixing Thickness 75mm
Material Steel
70 In stock - FREE next working day delivery available
Price Each (In a Pack of 10)
£ 2.727
(exc. VAT)
£ 3.272
(inc. VAT)
Units
Per unit
Per Pack*
10 +
£2.727
£27.27
*price indicative
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