Concrete Anchor Strap

Products / Anchorage Connectors

Sheathed web anchor for cast-in-place concrete installation

The Concrete Anchor Strap is specially designed for installation during the construction process. Secure it to rebar or other underlying structural member then pour concrete and allow to set, and you are left with a fixed anchor point. Simply cut away when no longer needed.

SKU: 10705

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Configurations

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Features

  • Protective sheath guards against abrasion
  • Compatible with horizontal lifelines
  • Quick and simple to install
  • Available in various lengths

FAQS

Yes, models with a loop end may be installed in the same manner as a Cross Arm Strap. Pull the D-ring through the web loop and cinch down to the structure.

Compliance

This product meets the following regional compliance standards

  • OSHA 1910.140

  • OSHA 1926.502

  • ANSI Z359.18-17


Industries

This product is often used in the following industries

  • Construction
  • Mining
  • Oil & Gas
  • General Industry

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