A two-piece fastener consisting of a tubular stem with a dome or flat-fillister shaped head and a nail which is driven through the hollow center of the stem of the anchor. The stem is slit longitudinally on opposite sides from the bottom of the shank to the place where the point of the nail extends into the stem.
Hammer drive anchors are considered to be light-duty anchors. They are designed for attaching termination bar to solid concrete, solid brick, block or masonry walls. Its advantages include ease of installation, its immediate loading capabilities and the tamper-resistant nature of the finished assembly.