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M12 Rawl Bolts

Sturdy M12 rawl bolts in durable mixed metal.

HCM1225X

£17.50 ex. VAT ( £21.00 inc. VAT)

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  • M12 rawl bolts for masonry applications
  • Anchored in metal housing for added security
  • Packs of three or four bolts available

For construction, masonry and civil engineering projects of any scale, the humble rawl bolt is a vital fixture to have to hand. This clever piece of fabrication technology has been designed to pin heavy objects down in a concrete base, and it is sturdy enough to grip under a huge amount of pressure. The bolt is anchored within a metal case which secures the lock when applied and strengthens the hold of the bolt. These M12 rawl bolts are sized by industry standards and are compatible with any modern metric used in groundwork projects.

The M12 rawl bolt is a standard metal eye bolt of 6, 8, 10 or 12mm as required. The mixed metal construction consists of mainly solid steel, and the bolts are coated for durability and weather resistance over time. These tough M12 rawl bolts are designed to last for years, and are a must-have in masonry, screeding and foundation work. If you need to pin heavy items to a concrete foundation, only a rawl bolt will do the trick. You can order M12 rawl bolts in packs of three or four, with bulk orders of bolts available in case of large construction and engineering projects.

One key application of the M12 rawl bolt is in fitting traffic control measures for car parks, work sites and outdoor industrial zones. The bolt is secure enough to hold barriers, posts and chain systems securely and to even withstand most minor bumps and scrapes from vehicles. The sturdy bolt will keep metal traffic fixtures firmly in place and are designed to last for many years under high pressure.

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Description M12 Rawlbolts – Pack of 4
Material Metal
Supplied in Pack of 4

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