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ONE WITH THE CONCRETE

Unlike wedge or epoxy anchors, a Springbolt Concrete Anchor is embedded in concrete. There is no drilling or utilization of epoxy. Because of the Springbolt’s “step” design, it is substantially stronger than any comparable wedge or epoxy anchor. It can be reset in the surface of the concrete when not in use and is vibration resistant.

UNRIVALED HOLDING POWER

A single 6″ SpringBolt Concrete Anchor has been certified by P.E.I to have a Tension Strength of OVER 6 TONS! Try that with any other anchor.

A Builder Needed It – And It Didn’t Exist
 
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NO SUBSTITUTE FOR EXPERIENCE

The inventor of this product – Tate Toedte, has had a lot of experience building a lot of things. He has been involved with the manufacturing of everything from custom bicycle’s to railroad cars but most importantly he was personally involved as a builder of several residential homes having built the most recent one (including foundation, electrical and plumbing) primarily with his own two hands.

NECESSITY – THE MOTHER OF INVENTION

During the process of building his own home he personally recognized the need for a better concrete anchor and went out looking for it. He knew it needed to be resistant to vibration, environmentally resistant and easy to install with at least the holding power of comparable sized alternatives . . .IT DIDN’T EXIST

How Strong – At A Glance
Tested and Calculated Ultimate Tension Load Capacities of Pre-Installed Springbolt Concrete Anchor in Uncracked Concrete, Per ACI 318-14, Appendix D
6″ Model (5/8″ diameter)
  • Tested Capacities of 6″ anchor in 4,785 psi concrete.
  • Embedment depth – 2 3/8″ (actual embedment depth 2.5″)
  • Source: Progressive Engineering Inc. Test results – 10/30/17.
  • Report included in this website. See full data at Tests … Results Page.
12,807 lbs. (Avg)
Ultimate Load
8″ Model (5/8″ diameter)
  • Tested Capacities of 8″ anchor in 3,860 psi concrete.
  • Concrete embedment depth 4 ¼”.
  • Source: Materials Testing & Consulting, Inc., Report dated 10/22/18.
  • Report included in this website. See full data at Tests … Results Page.
27,316 lbs. (Avg)
Ultimate Load
6″ Model (5/8″ diameter)
  • Calculated Nominal Capacities of 6″ anchor in 3500 psi concrete.
  • Embedment depth 2 3/8″ (actual embedment depth 2.5″)
  • Source: Progressive Engineering Inc. Product Evaluation 4,155 lbs.
  • Report dated January 2018. Report included in this website.
6,681 lbs
Nominal Tension
4,155 lbs.
Nominal Shear
8″ Model (5/8″ diameter)
  • Calculated Nominal Tension of 8″ model in 4000 psi concrete
  • Embedment depth 4 ¼”
  • Source: Quantum Consulting Engineers Calculated Design Loads
  • Report included in this website.
18,112 lbs
Nominal Tension
12,753 lbs
Nominal Shear




10″ Model (3/4″ diameter)
  • Calculated Capacities of 10″ anchor in 4,000 psi concrete.
  • Embedment depth – 5″
  • Source: Quantum Consulting Engineers Calculated Design Loads
  • Report included in this website. See full data at Tests … Results Page.
21,213 lbs.
Calculated Nominal Tension
15,191 lbs.
Nominal Shear
12″ Model (3/4″ diameter)
  • Calculated Capacities of 12″ anchor in 4000 psi concrete.
  • Embedment depth – 7″
  • Source: Quantum Consulting Engineers Calculated Design Loads
  • Report included in this website. See full data at Tests … Results Page.
35,140 lbs.
Calculated Nominal Tension
25,050 lbs.
Nominal Shear
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