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Concrete Anchors

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Concrete anchors attach to concrete structures to create a secure anchor point for personal fall arrest equipment. They are used in construction, maintenance, mining, and other situations where people are working at height. Anchors should always be inspected and replaced after a fall has occurred.

Detent Anchors

Detent Anchors
Detent anchors fit into a socket that is permanently installed in concrete. The sockets are put in place when the concrete is poured or glued into a drilled hole using a compatible adhesive. The detent pin has a D-ring secured to it to provide a tie-off point. The detent pin can be removed when no longer needed and reused in another socket. Workers often carry personal detent pins to have them readily available.

D-Ring Anchors

D-Ring Anchors
D-ring anchors bolt into concrete to create a permanent tie-off location for personal fall arrest systems. Permanent anchors are installed where anchors are used often or when keeping track of reusable anchors on a large construction site is inconvenient.

Parapet Anchors

Parapet Anchors
Parapet anchors fit over the top of a wall and secure in place using a twist knob to provide an anchor point for a personal fall arrest system. They can be installed without the use of tools, do not require holes or other mounts, and are adjustable to a range of widths. These anchors can be removed and reused in another location.

Permanent Loop Concrete-Embedded Anchors

Permanent Loop Concrete-Embedded Anchors
Permanent loop-end strap anchors have a webbed strap with a loop in one end and a D-ring on the other end to provide an attachment point. The strap slides over rebar and concrete is poured over the rebar to form a permanent attachment point. The strap can be cut flush with the concrete when it is no longer needed. These anchors do not require that bolts or holes be drilled in the concrete.