Titen HD® Threaded Rod Hanger for 1/4" Rod
THDB25158RH 1/4 X 1-5/8 ROD HANGR 100/PK-SIMPSON

Titen HD® Threaded Rod Hanger for 1/4" Rod

Item #: 71-787-972
Type: Threaded Rod Hanger
Drill Bit Diameter: 1/4"
Overall Length: 1-5/8"

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  • Offers low installation torque with no secondary setting.


  • Tested to offer industry-leading performance in cracked and uncracked concrete – even in seismic loading conditions.
  • Designed to install using a rotary hammer or hammer drill with standard ANSI drill bits – no special tools required.
  • Installs with standard-sized sockets.


  • High-strength screw anchor designed to suspend threaded rod from concrete slabs, beams or concrete over metal in order to hang pipes, cable trays and HVAC equipment.
  • Thread design undercuts to efficiently transfer the load to the base material.
  • Serrated cutting teeth and thread design enable quick and easy installation.
  • Specialized heat-treating process creates tip hardness to facilitate cutting while the anchor body remains ductile.
  • Code listed for cracked and uncracked concrete applications under the 2015, 2012 and 2009 IBC/IRC, per ICC-ES ESR-2713.
  • UL/FM listed.

Technical Data

Installation 1. Drill a hole using the specified diameter carbide bit into the base material to the specified embedment depth plus minimum hole depth overdrill.2. Blow the hole clean of dust and debris using compressed air. 3. Install with a torque wrench, driver drill, hammer drill or cordless impact wrench. 4. Fully insert threaded rod.
Product Specifications
Type Threaded Rod Hanger
Drill Bit Diameter 1/4"
Overall Length 1-5/8"
No. of Pieces in Pack 100
Diameter 1/4"
Finish Coating Zinc Plated
Material Carbon Steel
Minimum Hole Size 1-5/8"
Model # THDB25158RH
Prop. 65 Yes
Rod Size 1/4"
Threaded Rod 1/4"
Weight 3.8 lbs.
Wrench Size 3/8"
Country of Origin Import
Shipping Restrictions UPS SHIP (DROP SHIP ITEM)
Prop 65 Warning Many metalworking products do contain metals that are included in the latest Prop 65 warning. Exposure to the elements can be harmful. May cause cancer and reproductive harm.