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NAILON™ PIN DRIVE ANCHOR

AUTHORIZED SIMPSON STRONG-TIE DISTRIBUTOR

Nylon and Zinc Nailon™ anchors are low cost anchors for light-duty applications under static loads.

FEATURES:
  • Nylon Nailon anchor: The nylon shell acts as an insulator when used In electrical applications.
  • Zinc Nailon anchor: Available with carbon and stainless-steel pins. The pin and head configuration make this anchor tamper resistant

Nailon Pin Drive Anchors

  • ZINC NAILON

    Product Data and Tension and Shear Loads in Normal-Weight Concrete

    Zinc Nailon Product Data and Tension and Shear Loads in Concrete

    1. The allowable loads listed are based on a safety factor of 4.0.
    2. Bulk Nailons come packed in a single carton of 1,000. To order add a “B” onto the end of the model number. Example: ZN25100B. Not available with stainless-steel pins.
    NYLON NAILON

    Product Data and Tension and Shear Loads in Normal-Weight Concrete

    Nylon Nailon Product Data and Tension Loads in Concrete

    R = Round Head; M = Mushroom Head

    1. The allowable loads listed are based on a safety factor of 4.0.
  • INSTALLATION:
    • Drill a hole in the base material using a carbide drill bit the same diameter as the nominal diameter of the anchor to be installed. Drill the hole to the specified embedment depth plus 1/8″ for pin extension and blow it clean using compressed air. Alternatively, drill the hole deep enough to accommodate embedment depth and dust from drilling.
    • Position fixture, insert Nailon anchor.
    • Tap with hammer until flush with fixture; drive pin until flush with top of head.

    Caution: Oversized holes will make it difficult to set the anchor and will lower the anchor’s load capacity. Not for use in overhead applications. These anchors are not recommended for eccentric tension (prying) loading. Capacity can be greatly reduced in such applications.

    Installation Sequence

    install sequence

  • CODE REPORTS:

    Meets Federal Specification A-A-1925A, Type 1 (zinc mushroom).

Sources: ASTM Standards for Mechanical Fasteners and Related Processes 2nd Edition, Inch Fastener Standards 8th Edition, Simpson Strong-Tie Anchoring and Fastening Systems for Concrete and Masonry, StrongTie.com

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