|Model No.||Coating / Material||Size (in.)||Drill Bit|
|THDB25178CS||Carbon Steel||1/4 x 1 7/8||1/4|
|THDB25234CS||Carbon Steel||1/4 x 2 3/4||1/4|
|THDB25312CS||Carbon Steel||1/4 x 3 1/2||1/4|
|THDB25412CS||Carbon Steel||1/4 x 4 1/2||1/4|
|THDC25238CS6SS||Stainless Steel||1/4 x 2 3/8||1/4|
|THDC25300CS6SS||Stainless Steel||1/4 x 3||1/4|
|THDC25400CS6SS||Stainless Steel||1/4 x 4||1/4|
|THD37212CS||Carbon Steel||3/8 x 2 1/2||3/8|
|THD37212CS6SS||Stainless Steel||3/8 x 2 1/2||3/8|
|THD37300CS||Carbon Steel||3/8 x 3||3/8|
|THD37300CS6SS||Stainless Steel||3/8 x 3||3/8|
|THD37400CS||Carbon Steel||3/8 x 4||3/8|
|THD37400CS6SS||Stainless Steel||3/8 x 4||3/8|
|THD37500CS||Carbon Steel||3/8 x 5||3/8|
- Driver bit included in each box
- 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 screw anchor applications incompatible with a hex head
- Available in 1/4" and 3/8" diameters
- Available in carbon steel (zinc plated) and Type 316 stainless steel
The Titen HD is a high-strength screw anchor for use in cracked and uncracked concrete, as well as masonry. The Titen HD offers low installation torque and outstanding performance. The Titen HD (carbon steel) is designed for use in dry, interior, non corrosive environments or temporary outdoor applications, while the Titen HD Type 316 stainless-steel option offers you long-lasting corrosion resistance for unsurpassed peace of mind.
Titen HD offers industry-leading performance even in seismic and wind-governed conditions. The countersunk head style is for applications that require a flush-mount profile.
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