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Anchoring and Fasteners

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What To Consider When Selecting an Anchor

All anchors do the same thing—fasten together two pieces of material. But there are different anchors for different projects, fabricated from different materials, to fasten different kinds of base materials, and how they are installed differs. With so much to consider and so many choices, selecting the right anchor can be a challenge.

Your Guide to Choosing a Fastener

While there are several factors to consider when selecting a fastener, such as cost, corrosive environment, extreme temperatures, stress, weight load, structural stability, and process applications, two important factors to consider for any application are material and size. The fastener you choose must create a clamping force that prevents the clamped parts from moving and separating.

Building Stronger with Natural Disasters in Mind

In recent years, the increasing number and ferocity of natural disasters has made it clear that we must continue to innovate building practices, products and update codes accordingly. We have to build smarter and build stronger. 

White Cap is constantly working to offer innovative products to simplify installation. Here are some revolutionary products and techniques specifically designed to combat the destructive forces that occur during natural disasters, like earthquakes, tornadoes, straight-line winds, and floods.

Installation Guide and Techniques

There are a few things to remember when drilling holes for post-installed anchors. It’s a good idea to avoid a diamond core drill. While they are faster, they will leave a smooth-walled hole and adhesives will not perform as well. Most contractors use a hammer drill for a rougher hole. If you hit rebar you can switch to a core drill temporarily for speed, but once you’re past the rebar switch back to the hammer drill.

Nailing Down Shear Walls

Shear walls are important, especially in regions prone to earthquakes, fracking, seismic activity, hurricanes, flooding, and extreme winds like straight-line and tornadoes.
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