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ATOMIK How-To Series #5
Attaching Screw-On Holds to Concrete
ADVANTAGES & DIFFERENCES OF SCREW-ON VS BOLT-ON
Determining the value of permanent hold locations.

PROSCONS
Same as used with wood screws
Faster installation
Requires more holes, more screws
Once tightened not adjustable
ATOMIK - Attaching Screw-On Holds directly to Concrete
5.2
MOUNTING YOUR HOLDS DIRECTLY TO MASONRY
- Using a hammer drill and 3/16” Tapcon bit, locate and drill the first hole.
- Blow the hole clean or draw dust out of hole using the drill with an in-and-out motion.
- If the screw starts to bind, STOP! Back the screw out.
- Clean the hole properly, confirm depth of hole is appropriate for the length of screw being used.
ATOMIK - Attaching Screw-On Holds directly to Concrete
5.3
- Lightly tighten down the first Tapcon screw so you can rotate the hold to the desired orientation.
ATOMIK - Attaching Screw-On Holds directly to Concrete
5.4
- Once you have the hold oriented the way you want, drill the remaining screws, tighten all screws.
- Side view of a Screw-On hold installed into concrete..