RawlPlug R-RBL-H Rawlbolt™ All Purpose Shield Anchor Plug Hook Bolt.
From RawlPlug this is the R-RBL-H Rawlbolt shield anchor Hook bolt plug, one of RawlPlugs most sought after all purpose expanding shield anchors. The R-RBL-H Rawlbolt is the Hook bolt version, designed to provide you with maximum performance. The expanding sleeve is made up of 3-pieces providing excellent expansion and optimum load safety for any material.
Features and Benefits.
- R-RBL-H Rawlbolt Expanding Hook Bolt Plug.
- Shield anchor.
- Excellent durability.
- 3-Piece expanding sleeve.
- Optimal load and safety capacity.
- Used in any material.
- Suitable for permanent and temporary anchoring.
- Safety Note: Hook Rawlbolts and not suitable for all Arrest Systems or shock loading.
Typical Shield Anchor Hook Bolt Fixings Applications.
- Supporting ladder restraints.
- Supporting Guy ropes, stays and cables
Material the R-RBL-H Rawlbolt Hook Bolts are Compatible with?
Approved for use in:
- Cracked concrete C20/25-C50/60.
- Non-Cracked concrete C20/25-C50/60.
- Unreinforced concrete.
- Reinforced concrete.
- Solid clay brick ≥ 20MPa.
- Hollow lightweight concrete block LAC 5 ≥ 5MPa.
- Hollow sand lime brick ≥ 15MPa.
- Concrete hollow floor block (Teriva).
- Hollow core slab C20/25.
- Hollow core slab C30/37-C50/60.
R-RBL-H Rawlbolt Expansion Hook and Eye Bolts Fixings Available?
- Stock number 528227, M6, Shield anchor Eye Bolt, 12 mm x 83 mm.
- Stock number 528205, M6, Shield anchor Hook Bolt, 12 mm x 83 mm.
- Stock number 528233, M8, Shield anchor Eye Bolt, 14 mm x 98 mm.
- Stock number 528211, M8, Shield anchor Hook Bolt, 14 mm x 98 mm.
- Stock number 6816738, M10, Shield anchor Eye Bolt, 16 mm x 120 mm.
- Stock number 6816735, M10, Shield anchor Hook Bolt, 16 mm x 120 mm.
- Stock number 6816731, M12, Shield anchor Eye Bolt, 20 mm x 145 mm.
- Stock number 6816744, M12, Shield anchor Hook Bolt, 20 mm x 145 mm.
How to use the R-RBL-H Rawlbolt Expansion Hook / Eye Bolts?
- Drill a hole (have pre-drilled hole ready) ensure that it is the correct diameter and depth needed.
- Special note: If fixing into brickwork avoid all mortar joint areas.
- Clean out the drilled hole removing all debris and dust (important to thoroughly remove everything, use a blowpump).
- Insert the anchor into the pre-drilled hole till it is flush with the surface then position the Hook as required.
- Tighten the fixing carefully, only to the recommended torque using the Hex but and not the Hook.