Mounting Projector mount to Concrete Ceiling

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Old 08-04-04, 10:19 AM
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Mounting Projector mount to Concrete Ceiling

I just moved into a high rise that has concrete walls (drywall in front of concrete studs I think, tell me if this sounds wrong) and ceilings. Anyway, I'm would like to mount a projector from the ceiling using this projector mount:

http://www.premiermounts.com/techSpe...96&PartID=1053

Does anyone know what kind of screws, anchors, bits I would have to use?

I saw some masonry screws in the store the other day, but I didn't know if these needed anchors or anything like that. Can someone help me with this? Thanks in advance for any help.
 
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Old 08-07-04, 10:23 PM
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In mounting to the ceilings of these "fireproof" structures, keep in mind, they are generally not solid concrete, but honeycombed, to save weight.

The mounting bracket for your mount provides locations for four screws or bolts to be used for mounting. Select the appropriate screw/bolt for this hole size, corresponding anchor and masonry bit. I would suggest a metal expansion anchor.

This should be sufficient since the camera has a shipping weight of 20lbs.
 
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