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Rawl Anchors

Rawl Anchors


Rawl plugs became popular during the end of the first world war when retrofitting buildings with new electric cables were in demand. At that time, there was a shortage of labour, which forced house owners to do away with traditional methods of electrical fastening and had to make do with rawl anchors which are a type of wall plugs. It turned out to be easy to install and cost effective to purchase these anchors in bulk and use them for large buildings. The British Museum was one of the first prominent organisations which used rawl anchors across their building. The first few rawl anchors were made with tin and asbestos.

At ITA Fasteners, we take pride in our delivery excellence and are willing to go to any lengths to ensure that all your fastening needs are taken care of. Irrespective of the scale of your project, we will ensure that you have the fasteners you need to make your venture a grand success. It is available in stainless steel, carbon steel, and alloy steel to bear more wear and tear while also making it more corrosion resistant.

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