A torque wrench can be used during the installation process, or it can be used to check the torque value of any wedge anchor once it is installed. Although all wedge anchors work on the same principles, each manufacturer has its own brand names for their wedge anchors. Use pliers to get a better grip. If this method is not preferred, then proceed to the last resort. Once the head of the hammer drive anchor has been removed, then the body of the anchor can be drilled out using a high-speed bit. Please call 800-899-7890 and select option #2 to speak to a technical expert. Drill it 2x the length of the wedge anchor.
Removing redhead anchors. Wedge anchors are designed to go into a predrilled hole in concrete and not come out. Pound the threaded stud of the sleeve anchor into the base material. The anchor can be patched over or just left in place. Allow the mortar to cure before applying some finishing coat such as paint. Anchor can be left in the hole as it doesn’t stick out above the surface.
Make sure the bolt stays straight during this step. And seismic design for red head trubolt+ wedge anchors. Beginning in october 2015 or in canada beginning in july 2016,