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The use of concrete in our everyday life has seen new leaps and bounds. Hence, there are components required for said applications that need modification so that they could be used in combination with concrete. One such example is a fastener component i.e. - din 529 anchor bolts. As the name suggests, the task of this kind of fastener is to act as an anchor in the support of other structural or non-structural components.
A heavy duty fastener, one of the most common utilities for a DIN 529 Anchor Bolt (Masonry Bolt) is the mounting of steel poles on the surface of the concrete. Due to the unique design of the pole and the use of an appropriate alloy to manufacture the Din 529 D Anchor Bolts, the mounted pole remains steadfast. With standardization making an impact on a global scale, it is necessary for manufacturers, suppliers, and buyers to make, sell, and purchase standardized products such as the DIN 529 A Anchor Bolts.
Using standardized components makes it easier to construct structures, while also minimizing the risks of failure, and improving efficiency. Drilled Din 529 C Anchor Bolts make use of adhesives, in order to have a stable structure. The use of adhesives such as epoxy, during the mounting of DIN 529 B Anchor Bolts aids in preventing movement, which is a risk that is associated with failure. Although using DIN 529 F Anchor Bolts in applications does not guarantee immunity to failure, these fasteners have a lesser chance of failure when utilized in concrete applications, especially in comparison to other kinds of bolts.
DIN 529 Bolts Specification Chart
ASME B18.2.1, B18.3
South America/East Europe/JapanKorea/
Made in India
ASME B1.1 2A/3A Inch Unified Threads and B1.13M 6h Metric Coarse Threads
Dual Certified As per ASTM & ASME Codes
PED 97/23/EC Certified, Merkblatt AD 2000 W2 Certified