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Steel & Beam Anchors

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Steel and beam anchors attach to structural steel (such as an I-beam, H-beam, or pipe) to serve as a tie-off point for a fall arrest device. They are clamped, welded, or bolted in place. They often have a smaller footprint than other connectors and can be used where the mounting point is not fully exposed, such as anchors that clamp onto beams. Fall arrest systems are used when working at height, such as when performing construction and maintenance tasks. Anchors should always be inspected and replaced after being exposed to a fall.
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Sliding Clamp Anchors for Steel & Beams

Sliding Clamp Anchors for Steel & Beams
These sliding clamp anchors attach to structural steel and beams to create a moveable anchor point for a fall arrest device. Sometimes called gliding, trailing, or mobile beam anchors, sliding clamp anchors have two edges that adjust to fit a range of beam widths. They have wear pads, bearings, or materials that allow the anchor to slide along the length of the beam without having to be removed or adjusted, providing greater mobility for workers than fixed clamps. Sliding clamp anchors can be removed and reused in other locations. Anchors should always be inspected and replaced after being exposed to a fall.

Anchor Performance: Unspecified

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Smooth Glide

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Fixed Clamp Anchors for Steel & Beams

Fixed Clamp Anchors for Steel & Beams
These fixed clamp anchors install on beams and other structural steel to create a stationary anchor point for a fall arrest device. They have two edges that adjust to fit a range of beam sizes. A D-ring provides the attachment point. These clamps can be removed and used in other locations. Anchors should always be inspected and replaced after being exposed to a fall.

Anchor Performance: Unspecified

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General Purpose

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D-Ring Anchors for Steel & Beams

D-Ring Anchors for Steel & Beams
These D-ring anchors have an unthreaded mounting hole and are welded or bolted to structural steel or beams to create a permanent attachment point. Sometimes called bolt-on or weld-on anchors, they are used when a permanent or semi-permanent connection is recommended or when it's difficult to keep track of portable solutions on a large jobsite. A small footprint makes these anchors less obstructive than larger anchors. Anchors should always be inspected and replaced after being exposed to a fall.
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Rolling Trolley Anchors for Steel & Beams

Rolling Trolley Anchors for Steel & Beams
These rolling trolley anchors have wheels that reduce friction as the trolley moves, allowing workers to move freely without manually moving the anchor. Sometimes called rolling beam anchors or rolling anchors, they adjust to fit a range of beam widths. A D-ring connection point hangs below the trolley to provide an overhead attachment. These anchors can be removed and reused in another location. Anchors should always be inspected and replaced after being exposed to a fall.

Anchor Performance: Unspecified

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General Purpose

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Smooth Glide

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D-Ring Anchors for Steel & Beams, with Bolt

D-Ring Anchors for Steel & Beams, with Bolt
These D-ring anchors include a mounting bolt so they're ready to install to a beam or structural steel to create a permanent or semi-permanent attachment point. Sometimes called bolt-on or weld-on anchors, they are used when a permanent or semi-permanent connection is recommended or when it's difficult to track portable solutions on a large jobsite. A small footprint makes these anchors less obstructive than larger anchors. Anchors should always be inspected and replaced after being exposed to a fall.
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Extended-Reach Kits for Pipe Clamp Anchors

Extended-Reach Kits for Pipe Clamp Anchors
These extended-reach pipe anchor kits have a spring-loaded clip that fastens around a pipe or other structural component that is out of reach. This allows workers to secure an anchor point that's out of reach without installing additional, temporary anchor points. Anchors should always be inspected and replaced after being exposed to a fall.
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Rebar Hook Anchors for Steel & Beam

Rebar Hook Anchors for Steel & Beam
These hook anchors connect around overhead rebar, pipe, structural steel, or beams to provide an attachment point for fall arrest devices. The anchor fits loosely around the structural component, allowing the anchor to move freely without the worker moving it. A D-ring provides the attachment point. Anchors should always be inspected and replaced after being exposed to a fall.
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Drop-Through Anchors

Drop-Through Anchors
These anchors have a plate on one end to hold the anchor in place when dropped through a hole in structural components such as steel, beams, and concrete. The attachment point on the other end connects to a fall arrest device. These anchors can be reused and provide a longer reach than D-ring anchors. Anchors should always be inspected and replaced after being exposed to a fall.
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Clamp Anchors for Steel Pipes

Clamp Anchors for Steel Pipes
These clamp anchors (sometimes called hand grip anchors) close around the circumference of a horizontal pipe or beam. The clamp squeeze open it so it can be placed around the beam or pipe, and it closes automatically when released. The attachment point hangs below the pipe so the worker can make an overhead attachment. These clamps move along the length of the beam or pipe, allowing workers to move freely without manually moving the anchor. They can be removed and reused in other locations. Anchors should always be inspected and replaced after being exposed to a fall.
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Toggle Anchors for Steel & Beams

Toggle Anchors for Steel & Beams
These toggle anchors are inserted into a predrilled or precast through-hole in concrete. They have a toggle that is pressed to allow the anchor to be pushed into the hole. When the toggle is released, the end of the anchor expands to hold the anchor in place. These anchors can be removed and reused in other locations. Anchors should always be inspected and replaced after being exposed to a fall.
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