Anchors and Fasteners updated by DeWALT

  • 3 Feb 2015

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DeWALT’s new range of mechanical and adhesive anchors and direct fasteners aresuitable for most concrete and steel construction applications, offering effective and reliable light to heavy duty fastening in virtually all base materials.

Complete user confidence

The products carry recognised approvals, such as ETA (European Technical Approval), CE marking, fire resistance, ICC (International Code Council) and seismic loading for complete user confidence, delivering a ‘guaranteed tough’ solution.

Available through DeWALT stockists

DeWALT anchors and direct fasteners are available through DeWALT stockists and are supported by DeWALT directly for technical specification and advice for architects and design engineers.

The DeWALT website has more about Anchors and Fastening Systems or e-mail fixings@DeWALT.com

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