anchors themselves are not uncommon with some designs where there may be a dozen or more failing modes for each connection. To overcome the stresses, by understanding all the various failing modes and the stress cone is an vital step in the design procedure for any engineer, regardless if it’s a cast-in-place or post-installed anchor. Stresses can be caused by high temperatures or excessive weight that exceeds the capacity of the anchor to bear load.
Ceramic anchors are an excellent method to tackle these problems. Ceramic anchors are resistant to heat and will withstand greater weight than standard anchors. Therefore, if you’ve discovered yourself in a situation that traditional anchors made of metal cannot be used due to extreme temperatures, weights that exceed the limit of anchors, or even exceptionally heavy linings, then a ceramic anchor may be the best choice.