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Foundation anchor bolt TITEN HD® COUNTERSUNK HEAD STYLE

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The Titen HD heavy-duty screw anchor family of products set the standard for high-performance anchoring and ease of installation. Designed for use in dry, interior, noncorrosive environments or temporary outdoor applications, the countersunk Titen HD offers industry-leading performance even in seismic conditions. The countersunk head style is for applications that require a flush-mount profile. Countersinking also leaves a cleaner surface appearance for exposed through-set applications. The anchor head’s 6-lobe drive installs easily and is less prone to stripping than traditional recessed heads. Key Features Qualified for static and seismic loading conditions Standard fractional sizes, hole size same as anchor size No special drill bit required — designed to install using standard-sized ANSI tolerance drill bits Removable — ideal for temporary anchoring or applications where fixtures may need to be moved 6-lobe drive reduces driver-bit cam-outs, resulting in easier installation Countersunk head allows for flush-mount applications that are not possible with a hex head Serrated teeth on the tip of the Titen HD screw anchor facilitate cutting and reduce installation torque Available in many of the same lengths as standard THD in 1/4" and 3/8" diameters Product Includes Driver bit included in each box Material Carbon steel Finish Zinc plated Not recommended for permanent exterior use or highly corrosive environments 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.

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