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Hammer Drive Anchors ...Also known as: 

    • Mushroom Head Hammer drives  
    • Nail-ins  
    • Drive Pins  
    • Hit Pins

Hammer Drive Anchors
Hammer drive anchors — also known as drive pin anchors, hit pins, and nail-in anchors — are versatile fasteners that work well in a wide range of light-duty fastening applications. You can use hammer drive pins with an assortment of base materials such as brick, concrete and concrete block. They provide a solid, permanent binding solution for installations in dry, preferably indoor environments for items weighing 50 pounds or less.

How to Install Hammer Drive Anchors
Drive pins are designed for fast, easy installation. They come preassembled and consist of two components: the anchor and an attached nail. To install a drive pin, drill a hole at a depth of at least 1/4 inch into the base material. Clean out all dust and debris from the hole. Grasp the head of the anchor with the nail sticking out and insert the anchor body into the hole. Ensure the anchor head is snug against the surface of the base material and strike the head of the nail with a hammer, using several sharp blows until the nail head is flush with the anchor body head.

When installing multiple nail-in anchors, be sure to locate them at a minimum distance of at ten times the diameter of the anchor. For instance, if you are using 3/16-inch anchors, you should place them at least 1.9 inches apart.

All Points Fasteners Has the Right Hammer Drive Anchor for Your Needs
As a leading supplier of high-quality fasteners for a wide range of applications, you can count on All Points Fasteners to have the right product at an affordable price. We offer hammer drive pins made from zinc and durable plastic material in either a 3/16- or 1/4-inch diameter and at lengths of up to 1-1/2 inches. To determine the appropriate length for your project, add the thickness of the base material to the minimum embedment depth, which is typically between 1/2 and 1-1/4 inches.

We Also Provide the Best Service in Our Industry
Most online purveyors of fastening products present a list of products from which to choose but offer little or no support. All Points Fasteners is the only online fastener supplier that provides access to a live online chat feature — you can correspond in real time with a knowledgeable professional who will help you make an informed buying decision for your company. You can even order a free sample of specific items from us so you can test a fastener and make sure it’s well-suited for your applications.

Take a Closer Look at Our Drive-Pin-Anchor Inventory
Check out our current selection of top-quality hammer drive anchors and contact us for additional information and a no-obligation quote.

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