Asphalt Anchors

United Kingdom Store

The BoltHold family of anchors is designed specifically for mounting to asphalt.  Anchors must be installed using our AGe2 grout. Grout is not included with the anchors and needs to be ordered as a separate line item.

The products listed below are available through Amazon.co.uk for immediate delivery.  These Metric anchors are not available from our US store.

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SP10-M10 BoltHold asphalt anchor is flush mounted to asphalt and accepts M10 bolts.  These anchors are made of carbon steel and are zinc plated.  They are supplied with a bolt and a washer.

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SP10-M10 BoltHold asphalt anchor is flush mounted to asphalt and accepts M10 bolts. These anchors are made of stainless steel and are provided with stainless steel bolt and washer.

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SP18-M12 BoltHold asphalt anchor is flush mounted to asphalt and accepts M12 bolts. These anchors are made of Zinc plated carbon steel and are provided with a bolt and a washer.

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SP18-M12 BoltHold asphalt anchor is flush mounted to asphalt and accepts M12 bolts. These anchors are made of stainless steel and are provided with stainless steel bolt and washer.

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BoltHold AGe2 anchoring grout is a special expanding cement that provide a stress-free bond between the anchors and the asphalt.

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The BoltHold ThreadGuards are plastic caps to protect the internal threads of SP10 anchors when the anchors are installed but not used.

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The BoltHold ThreadGuards are plastic caps to protect the internal threads of SP18 anchors when the anchors are installed but not used.

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The Flattener is a tool required ONLY if it is desired to have the head of the anchor truly flush with the asphalt.  Usually the head is 2 mm above ground.

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