AM Premium Truss Head Concrete Screw

High end, powerful screw solution for fast and simple installation.

The AM Premium Truss Head Concrete Screw is a powerful anchoring solution for the use in concrete, with a high load capacity, and a quick and easy installation.

The RUSPERT® coating provides excellent corrosion protection. The Truss Head screw is designed for applications such as fixing of pipe routes, sprinkler systems, cable trays and ventilation ducts. The ETA (European Technical Approval) covers applications in cracked and non-cracked concrete and seismic performance categories C1.

The AM Premium Truss Head screw is also suitable in precast prestressed hollow core slabs for redundant non-structural systems. Further classification regarding fire resistance class R120 guarantees even more safety.


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  • The AnchorMark Truss Head Concrete Screw is suitable for push-through installation.
  • When the truss head screw is screwed into the drill hole, the thread flanks cut positively into the concrete.
  • Use a torque wrench for easy installation.
  • Do not exceed the maximum installation torque.
  • Easy and quick installation.



  • Simple and time-saving threaded screws for the use in concrete.
  • Once screwed into the hole the thread taps into concrete for positive fit anchorage.
  • Completely removable anchor suitable for temporary fixings.
  • Virtually expansion-free operation allows cost-efficient fixing with small axial spaces and edge distances
  • Made of zinc-plated steel, high load capacity.
  • Classification into fire resistance class R120 guarantees even more safety.



  • Concrete C20/25 to C50/60, cracked and non-cracked
  • Prestressed hollow core concrete slabs, strength C30/37
  • Stone
  • Brick
  • Masonry
  • Solid



  • Guard rails
  • Consoles/Base plates
  • Metal profiles
  • Steel constructions
  • Façades
  • Protection barriers
  • Seats


RUSPERT® ( Patent No 1526310 and 1570203)

The amazing metal finish is a high-grade metal surface processing technology that prevents corrosion. It consists of three layers: the 1st layer: a metallic zinc layer, the 2nd layer: a high-grade anticorrosion chemical conversion film, and a 3rd outer layer; baked ceramic surface coating. The distinguishing feature of RUSPERT® is the tight joining of the baked ceramic surface coating and the chemical conversion film. These layers are bonded together through chemical reactions, and this unique method of combining layers results in rigid combination of the coating films. RUSPERT® treatment does not attribute its anti-corrosion properties to merely a single material, but the synergy of these three layers, which combined have superb rustproof qualities.