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ATOMIK How-To Series #6
Attaching Bolt-On Holds to Concrete
ADVANTAGES & DIFFERENCES OF BOLT-ON VS SCREW-ON
Determining the value of flexible hold locations.

PROSCONS
Same holds as used with t-nuts
Easier to adjust or replace hold
Requires larger holes, bigger hardware
Slower to install anchor cones
ATOMIK - Attaching Bolt-On Holds directly to Concrete
6.2
- Using a hammer drill and 5/8” Concrete bit; drill your hole into solid concrete or hollow block.
ATOMIK - Attaching Bolt-On Holds directly to Concrete
6.3
- Blow the hole clean, insert anchor cone end first and tap so that the anchor is recessed in the wall.
ATOMIK - Attaching Bolt-On Holds directly to Concrete
6.4
- Insert a bolt into a climbing hold and thread into anchor.
- If using a Hollow Set Tool, thread the anchor on to the wrench first before inserting into hole.