- Toggle anchor installs behind 3/8"- to 3-5/8"-thick hollow materials including gypsum board, drywall, and concrete block to provide a secure hold from within the mounting material
- Anchor affixes to the wall before adding the bolt and fixture, allowing one-person installation and fixture changes
- Made in USA, and works with 3/16"-24 UNC-threaded metal bolts (sold separately)
- Ultimate tensile strength is 238 lb. in 1/2" drywall and 802 lb. in concrete block with a 3/16"-24 UNC bolt
- Use one-fourth or less of listed maximum values for safe working loads (as required by local regulations)
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TOGGLER SNAPTOGGLE BA Toggle Anchor, Zinc-Plated Steel Channel, Made in US, 3/8" to 3-5/8" Grip Range, For 3/16"-24 UNC Fastener Size (Pack of 50)
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Specifications for this item
|Material Type||Plastic and Zinc Plated Steel|
|System of Measurement||Inch|
|Specification Met||FF-B-588-D Type V|
|Exterior Finish||Zinc Plated|
|Fits Hole Size||1/2 inches|
|Included Components||Anchors Only|
|Manufacturer Series Number||SNAPTOGGLE BA|
|Maximum Compatible Thickness||3.625 inches|
|Minimum Compatible Thickness||0.375 inches|
|Number of Items||50|
|Outside Diameter||1/2 inches|
|Thread Coverage||Partially Threaded|
|Wing Span||2 inches|
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The TOGGLER SNAPTOGGLE BA toggle anchor provides a secure hold from within various hollow materials 3/8" to 3-5/8" thick including gypsum board, drywall, and concrete block, and is made in USA. The anchor requires a 3/16"-24 UNC-threaded metal bolt with a minimum length equal to the thickness of the item being fastened and the thickness of the mounting material plus 1/2". The anchor channel will not rotate when installing the bolt, whether installing by hand or with a screw gun, and will stay in place if the bolt is removed to facilitate fixture and screw changes. The SNAPTOGGLE anchor meets Federal Specification FF-B-588-D for Type V anchors.
The anchor consists of a corrosion-resistant zinc-plated steel anchor channel that inserts through a 1/2" drilled hole in walls, ceilings, or floors and installs against the back side of the mounting material; plastic straps attached to the channel that position it into place; and a plastic cap that slides down the straps and presses into the drilled hole firmly to lock the anchor channel in place behind the mounting material. Once the cap is set in place, the straps snap off by hand. The item being fastened affixes to the mounting material by inserting a bolt through the item, into the drilled hole, and through the anchoring channel behind the material and tightening.
Ultimate Tensile and Shear Strength Values
|Media||Drill Diameter||Bolt Description||Ultimate Tensile Strength Values||Ultimate Shear Strength Values|
|1/2" Drywall||1/2"||3/16"-24 UNC zinc-plated steel||238 lb.||247 lb.|
|5/8" Drywall||1/2"||3/16"-24 UNC zinc-plated steel||356 lb.||298 lb.|
|1/2" Drywall with 25 Gauge Stud*||1/2"||3/16"-24 UNC zinc-plated steel||412 lb.||Not Available|
|5/8" Drywall with 25 Gauge Stud*||1/2"||3/16"-24 UNC zinc-plated steel||462 lb.||Not Available|
|Concrete Block||1/2"||3/16"-24 UNC zinc-plated steel||802 lb.||Not Available|
*Failure measured as breakage of drywall portion.
Warning: Use one-fourth or less of listed maximum values for safe working loads (as required by local regulations). For more information, see the manufacturer's technical bulletin.
Anchors provide reinforcement to a fastener that would otherwise have insufficient hold in substrates such as concrete, brick, stone, drywall, or other materials for a particular application. The fastener may be included with or integrated into the anchor itself, or it may be sold separately. Anchors provide support through various methods, including expansion from within or behind the substrate or even adhesive compounds.
TOGGLER Anchor System manufactures wall anchors and toggle bolts. The company, founded in 1968, is headquartered in Norwalk, CT.
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Yes, you do need to be fairly precise when marking your holes. As some of the other reviews state, this box does not come with screws. You'll need #10-24 x 2" long machine screws, which I was able to find at my local Home Depot.
I found these bolts in smaller quantities but comparable prices when you figure that the Lowes packages include both the toggle and the bolts! I now own to boxes of almost useless wall anchors.
I had something bigger in mind. Recently I scored a great deal on a vintage wall unit. It's the Scandinavian style, where you attach rails to your wall and then hang shelves, cabinets, tables, and what you off those rails. All the pieces are solid wood, and as you can imagine it adds up to a lot of weight, especially once you start putting stuff on top of it!
At first I thought about cutting out a piece of drywall to install a wooden backing plate behind it. In the end I decided to use these toggle anchors straight into the drywall. This particular wall has newly installed 5/8 inch drywall, mind you, which is a bit thicker than some and in good shape. Were it thinner drywall or very old, I may have reconsidered.
Installation was very easy, much easier than traditional butterfly toggles. One thing to consider is, like those butterfly toggles, you need some space to work with *behind* the drywall so the toggle anchor head has room to flip around and grab the wall. In my case there was a lot of foam insulation behind the wall, so I had to poke around a bit with a screwdriver to make room.
I choose to buy just the toggles and not the screws, choosing instead to order screws separately. This allowed me to pick the color and length of the screws. I choose some ...Read more ›
NOTE THAT THESE USE 10-24 SIZE SCREWS. Toggler would be wise to market these as using 10-24 screws rather than 3/16"-24 screws. Based on many reviews here, this has caused a lot of confusion and frustration. 3/16"-24 and 10-24 are identical, but every hardware store and distributor uses the 10-24 moniker to describe this size of screw. If you go into a hardware store and ask for 3/16"-24 screws, they won't know what you're talking about. Ask for 10-24, and they'll show you a vast selection in many different lengths.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've been using Togglers for over 10 years. These are the best drywall fasteners I've ever seen.Published 8 months ago by David Jaquess
Love these things! Used 100 of these to attach 2x4's to a factory wall for custom industrial shelving where studs were not easily found.Published 10 months ago by Mike Woodworking
I like them for what the are but I would really prefer a 8-32 version. I bought it to hang towel bars very securely, which it does, but the screws are bigger than the holes in the... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Derek
As wall anchors go these are the best I found for heavy loads. I used the Toggler for mounting bracing on the wall for closet organizers.Published 17 months ago by Michael A.
They work as advertised, much better than the other style I'd been using.Published 18 months ago by Norkie
After having a few pictures on the wall fall to the ground thanks to the crappy screw-in drywall anchors failing, I went out and searched for a better solution. Read morePublished on October 25, 2013 by BiG 10