The Liebig brand has for years been synonymous with quality, performance and ease of installation, gaining respect from specifiers and contractors. Many of the original flagship products remain at the forefront of today’s anchoring technology.
Regarded as the ultimate high-performance anchor, sizes run from M12 up to M36, extending associated performance benefits beyond any other mechanical anchor, with unique features that include:
- Mechanical spring-loaded anchor setting
- Reverse undercut mechanism
- Built-in isolation between fixture and anchor
- Modularity and application-specific variants
Ranging from M8 to M16, this anchor requires no special drill bits, no maximum hole depth and no special setting tools – reducing workmanship related issues. From drilling through to setting torque, Superplus is installed like any regular expansion anchor yet offers higher guaranteed performance – making it the choice for safety-critical applications.
From M8 to M16, this anchor is unlike other heavy duty expansion anchors. The principle of drawing an expansion sleeve over a tapered cone to create a friction grip is the same, but the Liebig Safetybolt benefits from a secondary cone at the top of the expansion sleeve. Once primary expansion has taken place at the bottom of the anchor, this also expands. The result is more uniformed expansion over a greater surface area -mimproving its hold and resistance to applied tension loads.
More comparable to other heavy duty anchors within price-sensitive markets, this product still offers unique features such as its three-piece expansion shield which generates a more uniformed single point expansion.
This anchor like the Liebig Safetybolt, has a domed washer under the nut or bolt head. This becomes flattened when the anchor is tightened to the correct torque.
All Liebig anchors are modular in design, so special lengths are easily and cost-effectively produced within a minimal lead time. They can be modified to increase anchorage depth or to enable them to hold down much thicker fixtures. Because they are manufactured using higher grade materials, higher tensile and shear loads are easily achieved.