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Cheap and quick installation. Low stress fix in brick, block, concrete and stone.

Cheap and quick installation. Low stress fix in brick, block, concrete and stone.
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Customer Reviews for Sleeve Anchor BZP 10 x 50mm M8 Max Fixture 12 Pack of 10
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very good
12 Nov 2013
By dave88888
, essex
"very strong, better than through bolts which spin and pull out"
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Good value fixings.
8 Aug 2011
By Wibbleboy
, Durham
"I used these to attach the side railings for my garage roller door into red brick. If used correctly, they offer solid grip for a fraction of the price of bigger brands. If you drill the hole to the correct width and depth sometimes the anchors still need some assistance to get in all the way, but a couple of whacks with a rubber mallet is enough."