New Titen Turbo line from Simpson Strong-Tie
The screw anchors are ideal for attaching fixtures to concrete and masonry.
Simpson Strong-Tie has introduced the Titen Turbo line of concrete and masonry screw anchors featuring a patented thread design to deliver smooth driving with less torque and superior holding power.
The Pleasanton, Calif.-based fasteners manufacturer and building solutions provider said Titen Turbo screw anchors are ideal for attaching all types of fixtures to concrete and masonry, and feature an innovative torque-reduction channel to trap drilling dust where it can’t obstruct thread action, significantly reducing binding, stripping, and snapping without compromising strength.
The patented reverse thread design also allows more space for dust to help prevent anchors from bottoming out in smaller-diameter screw holes, according to Simpson Strong-Tie.
Available with either a hex head or a 6-lobe countersunk head for a smoother installed profile, Titen Turbo screw anchors feature a serrated leading edge to cut into concrete or masonry, and a pointed tip for fast, easy installation in wood-to-concrete and wood-to-wood anchoring applications.
A matched-tolerance bit is also not required, enabling the use of a standard ANSI drill bit for installation.
“Contractors have been looking for concrete screws that provide consistent, trouble-free installation with fastening strength they can depend on,” said Simpson Strong-Tie Senior Product Manager Mike Steiber. “Titen Turbo was designed with installers in mind, helping them set the screw with less torque, less binding, and less stripping.”
In addition to their installation advantages, Titen Turbo anchors have been engineered and tested to provide superior tension load values, the company said.
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