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Wilson Anchor Sleeves

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Anchor Bolt Size

Shell Size
W x L

1/2″

2″ x 5″

5/8″

2″ x 7″

3/4″

2″ x 5″

3/4″

2″ x 7″

7/8″

2″ x 7″

1″

3″ x 10″

1-1/4″

3″ x 10″

1-1/2″

4″ x 15″

1-3/4″

4″ x 15″

2″

4″ x 18″

2-1/4″

4″ x 18″

2-1/2″

6″ x 24″

3″

6″ x 24″

STOCK:
Sizes: 1/2″- 3″
Material: High-Density Polyethylene

APPLICATION:
Wilson Anchor Sleeves are high impact plastic parts used as an in place form, to create a free area when setting anchor bolts for equipment. This opening allows the anchor bolt alignment to be adjusted. Expansion or non-shrinking grout is cast into the anchor sleeve around the bolt when equipment is set. This cost effective method allows for quick and easy final placement of equipment and structural steel. Anchor sleeves are used on a variety of projects including: power plants, paper mills, and manufacturing facilities. Need Wilson Anchor Sleeves? Call Construction Tool & Threading Co. for more information or a quote.

 

Composition and Materials


The Wilson Anchor Bolt Sleeve is manufactured of high impact plastic.  It is non-rusting, non-conductive and lightweight.  Single unit construction provides for reduction in installation labor because no welding, threading or cleaning is required.  The configuration is such that the grout and concrete “lock” it in place, providing greater pullout strength than with straight pipes.

Sizes

Available in fifteen standard sizes.  See Table 2:  size schedule (4″ and 5″ not shown)

Technical Data

See Table 1 for material test data.  Each Sleeve is approximately twice the bolt diameter with a depth of 8 bolt diameters, minimum.

TABLE 1:  MATERIAL AND TESTING DATA

Plastic: High Density Polyethylene
Density, gms/cc: ASTM D 1505-68    .956
Vicat Softening Point °F ASTM D 1525-70    256°F / 124°C
Brittleness Temperature °F ASTM D 746-70     -180°F/ -118°C
Torch Application: Slow Burn
Compression Test: 180 psi/12.7 kg/sq.cm

 

Tests by a state Department of Transportation laboratory indicates that the Wilson Anchor Bolt Sleeve provided greater pullout strength than the regular grout pocket.

The grout pocket was formed in a concrete mass and the sleeve of the same size was cast into the mass. After curing the concrete, #5 reinforcing bars were set in each pocket, using expanding grout. When cured, both bars were given a tensile load. The standard pocket failed when the bar with the grout attached pulled out. The Wilson Anchor Bolt Sleeve retained the grout and failure occurred around the bar. The sleeve remained intact.

When used as a sleeve for anchor bolts the product in in an in-place form and not considered a structural member.
Due to its configuration, 180 psi is the maximum compressive loading.

TABLE 2:  GROUT VOLUME REQUIRED

Bolt Size

Shell Size

Shells per Carton

Cubic inches of Grout per Shell

Cubic inches of Grout per Carton

Bags of Grout per Carton

1/2″

2″x5″

100

15.95

1595

1.06

3/4″

2″x5″

100

15.16

1516

1.11

5/8″

2″x7″

100

21.41

2141

1.42

3/4″

2″x7″

100

20.50

2050

1.36

7/8″

2″x7″

100

19.52

1952

1.30

1″

3″x10″

40

65.80

3290

2.19

1-1/4″

3″x10″

40

65.80

3290

2.19

1-1/2″

4″x15″

14

167.60

3352

2.23

1-3/4″

4″x15″

14

158.00

3160

2.11

2″

4″x18″

10

176.76

3525

2.35

2-1/4″

4″x18″

10

161.82

3236

2.15

2-1/2″

6″x24″

4

575.28

5753

3.82

3″

6″x24″

4

523.44

5235

3.48

4″

6″x24″

4

N/A

N/A

N/A

5″

6″x24″

4

N/A

N/A

N/A

NOTE:  Grout estimate based on .87 cu. ft. yield per 100 lb. of non-corrosive grout.