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E ANCHORING DEVICES Metallics CONTRACTOR APPROVED PART # UPC # DESCRIPTION QTY / H H H H H “Growth Through Innovation” H H H H H Metallics 229 Cross Street, Bristol, CT 06010 Tel 800-243-8272 • Fax 800-831-9358 Email sales@metallicsonline.com Metallics West 651 North Main Street, Mancos, CO 81328 Tel 800-269-5183 • Fax 800-269-6278 Email saleswest@metallicsonline.com 140 www.metallicsonline.com www.metallicsonline.com PKG SUG. TRADE LIST / PKG MAW35SD MAWD34 39696 39685 Master Anchor with #10 x 3-1/2 SS Screw 3/4” Carbide Tipped Apache Drill 2 1 $ 9.88 $ 37.14 MASTER AnchorTM The World’s Strongest FastenerTM MASTER AnchorTM: • NEVER Loosens! • Installs in ALL Hollow Walls - in just minutes! • Rated up to 300 lbs. in drywall. • Handles vector forces 360o. • Objects can be easily removed or replaced. drill it. install it. mount it. Fire Retardant, Structural Plastic & S/S Construction 3/4” Carbide Tipped Apache 200TM Drill Bit: • Industrial Carbide Rated at 200 Holes in Ceramic Wall Tile. • Designed for Ceramic, Marble and Plaster. • Guaranteed to NEVER Walk. • Fits standard and cordless drills. Install Instructions: Surface Preparation - Determine where to install - Drill 3/4” hole using the APACHE200. The standard MASTER Anchor is used in wall substrates up to 1.3” thick. 1. Insert the WINGS into the FACEPLATE (the tubes interlock). 2. Extend the WingIt to full length. 3. Compress and insert the WINGS into the holes. 4. WINGS should be FLUSH with the wall surface. 5. Pop WingIt through the hole by pushing on the Faceplate. 6. Using the enclosed 3.5” Stainless Steel Screw, attach the object to the WingIt. NOTE: For individual mounting points where the object will be subject to considerable torque (rotational forces) - use at least TWO MASTER Anchors. NOTE: Strength and stability are greatly affected by projection off the wall surface. WingIts are designed to be used in vertical walls only - DO NOT USE IN CEILINGS! Made in USA NEW! 2014-2015


Metallics Distributor Catalog 2014
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