- Self-drilling anchor installs into 3/8"- to 5/8"-thick drywall ceilings and walls without requiring a predrilled hole
- Glass-filled nylon body has jaws that open to provide a firm vibration- and shock-resistant hold when a screw is inserted
- Made in USA, and includes #8 x 1-1/2" screws
- Ultimate tensile strength is 79 lb. in 1/2" drywall with a #8 x 1-1/2" screw
- Use one-fourth or less of listed maximum values for safe working loads (as required by local regulations)
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TOGGLER SnapSkru SP Self-Drilling Drywall Anchor with Screws, Glass-Filled Nylon, Made in US, For #6 to #10 Fastener Sizes (Pack of 50)
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Specifications for this item
|Material Type||Glass-filled Nylon|
|System of Measurement||Inch|
|Thread Size||#6 to #10|
|Head Diameter||0.62 inches|
|Included Components||Anchors & Screws|
|Item Weight||10.88 ounces|
|Manufacturer Series Number||SnapSkru SP|
|Maximum Compatible Thickness||0.625 inches|
|Minimum Compatible Thickness||0.375 inches|
|National Stock Number||5340-01-626-8872|
|Number of Items||50|
|Outside Diameter||5/16 inches|
|Overall Length||1-1/4 inches|
|Style Name||Self Drilling|
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The TOGGLER SnapSkru SP self-drilling drywall anchor installs into 3/8"- to 5/8"-thick drywall ceilings and walls without requiring a predrilled hole, includes #8 x 1-1/2" screws, and is made in USA. Its corrosion-resistant glass-filled nylon body installs into drywall with a Phillips driver, a hand drill, or a screw gun. The anchor's positive stop mechanism prevents the anchor from being driven too far into the drywall. Inserting an included screw activates the anchor's jaw, locking the anchor into place and compressing the drywall for a vibration- and shock-resistant hold. The jaws emit a noise when activated, providing audible confirmation that the anchor system has been installed successfully. If using screws other than those supplied, the anchor accepts #6 to #10 size sheet metal screws with a length equal to the thickness of the item being fastened plus 1-1/4".
Ultimate Tensile Strength Values
|Anchor||Screw Description||3/8" Drywall||1/2" Drywall||5/8" Drywall|
|SPM Mini||#6 x 1-1/4"||57 lb.||65 lb.||95 lb.|
|SP||#8 x 1-1/2"||57 lb.||79 lb.||135 lb.|
Ultimate Shear Strength Values
|Anchor||Screw Description||3/8" Drywall||1/2" Drywall||5/8" Drywall|
|SPM Mini||#6 x 1-1/4"||105 lb.||131 lb.||175 lb.|
|SP||#8 x 1-1/2"||108 lb.||149 lb.||178 lb.|
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.
What’s in the Box?
- (50) TOGGLER SnapSkru SP anchors
- (50) #8 x 1-1/2" screws
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I used these to mount an assortment of IKEA wall cubes (each weighing about 10 lbs) to 50 year old crumbling drywall/sheetrock in my apartment. Using two for each cube, it is having no problems supporting the weight of the cabinet shelves, on top of it being full of heavy hardcover books, AND my 15 lb cats jumping on it.
The only downside to these that I can think of is that you have to put a decent sized hole in the wall. Since patching drywall is a no brain job for me, I'm not too worried. The other thing is that the toggle anchors, when they are screwed in, nearly flush to the wall, can sometimes catch on the paint, and can result in cheaper latex type paints twisting/breaking.
Although these have a listed rating of nearly 80lb per screw, i would use two, evenly spaced for load distribution, for every 40lbs of weight your wall is supposed to support, for absolute safety.
I have installed hundreds of drywall anchors over the years so I have become somewhat of an expert on them. These always do the job with minimal hassle. Whenever possible, I pre-drill a hole to insert these into. It's not necessary, but it does make the installation easier. I use a drill bit slightly smaller than the diameter of the "drill" part of the anchor before the threads so they go in nice and snug. With a pilot hole drilled, I install the anchors by hand with a screwdriver, not using a drill. For the best strength, it is important to get them screwed into the drywall just the right amount. While it is possible to do this with a drill (I have done lots that way too), doing it by hand ensures the best results. I usually end up getting the face of the anchor approximately flush with the surface of the drywall. After you have put a few of them in you get a good feel for how much torque is required.
They can be installed with just a hand screwdriver if you don't have a drill, but it will take a bit of work and a few minutes. Or you can use a drill to install them without drilling a pilot hole first, they will drill themselves into the wall. Just be careful not to drive them into the wall too far. Just a hair too much and the drywall strips out, and you now have a large useless hole in your wall.
Anytime I have run out of these and been forced to use whatever I can pick up locally I almost always end up frustrated.Read more ›
I loved it, great product with great quality.
These things are different. Sure, they are maybe a bit big and will require some novice patching skills later on, but they work. I installed in our bathroom for a metal towel rack and these things hold firm. I can literally pull my entire arm strength down on the towel rack and not a budge. You can use a simple screwdriver to put these things in and the screw, but a drill surely limits any unintended forearm exercises.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Absolute junk. These anchors split in half whenever you try to drive them in. I broke about 6 of them today trying to push them into 1/2" sheetrock. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dale B.
These are one of my favorite wallboard anchors. Pre drill first for accuracy.Published 2 months ago by snicson
cheaper than my local boxstore and so it was a great buy. ordered this in intisapation of my movie to a new house. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Cody
Love these things! Able to do many projects to keep the wife happy.... "hang this there, hang that here, etc..."Published 5 months ago by Joe
The work. But insert them firmly on your cordless screwdriver. Be careful if you hold them to get them started as they will cut the #^$%*#^@%#(*@)^% our of you.Published 8 months ago by JMAC044
They were too big, even though it states the size, it was too big for the job. The seller should add a penny or quarter to the picture for reference/size. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Janie