anchoring post to block

Appli ion/Usage Guidelines - Concrete Anchors/Fasteners
Anchoring to Concrete Brick or Block. Choosing the concrete anchor best suited to your needs requires consideration of many project specifics including the characteristics of the base material such as quality density and thickness; the type of fixture being fastened the lo ion of the project and the stresses that will be applied to the anchor.【Get Price】

How to Choose and Use Concrete Fasteners Masonry Screws
These anchors were the mainstay for many years especially before plastic anchors were developed. They still work well today and are especially good in softer materials like brick and mortar that can’t take the stress from heavy-duty anchors. Best uses: Concrete concrete block mortar brick tile and stone. How to use:【Get Price】

How to Fasten a 4X4 Post to a Concrete Slab Hunker
Post bases typically made from metal attach directly to the surface of the concrete. You drill into the concrete and insert concrete screws or anchors. Once the base is in place the bottom of the post slips right in. A variety of post bracket styles are available and most require additional bolting through the side of the bracket into the post.【Get Price】

Can I attach my deck to a hollow block concrete foundation ...
Yes there are products available for anchoring a ledger board to hollow concrete block foundations concrete masonry unit CMU . There are a handful of manufacturers that produce epoxy and other adhesive anchors that are tested for use in hollow CMU.【Get Price】

How to Attach Wood to Cinder Blocks Hunker
Cinder block is a difficult medium to attach anything significant to; its porous baked-hard surface that tends to break away when drilled. One fastener for the job is an epoxy bolt manufactured for use in cement and with epoxy glue. An epoxy bolt is a threaded shank that comes with a nut. It& 39;s generally regarded the strongest masonry anchor.【Get Price】

How to Anchor Concrete Fasteners to a Block Wall
This anchor is very versatile because there is a wide range of lengths available allowing materials of many different thicknesses to be attached to a block wall. The sleeve anchor also comes in a variety of head styles - hex head flat countersunk and acorn or round head for aesthetics. Hammer-type Anchor - Fixture will be non-removable【Get Price】