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A screw-in anchor consists of a shaft and a helix. When force is exerted on the anchor, the ground above the helix becomes compact providing tensile resistance (extraction cone theory). The anchor is made of highly resistant material.
- The disc is designed with excellent rigidity and easy screw-in penetration.
- Depending on the model, the screw tightening torque is imposed on either the shaft or on the disc.
- The anchor's upper part is a function of the applied and imposed extraction forces.
- Corrosion resistant thanks to galvanising and sacrificial material thickness.
- Immediate resistance.
- Saves time.
|Disc diameter||Ø 100 to 300 mm|
|Disc thickness||2,5 to 10 mm|
|diameter of the shaft||Ø 6 to 50 mm|
|Depth of screw||500 to 2500 mm|
|Disc thread||Designed to penetrate the soil, damaging it as little as possible.|
|Above ground section||Loop, open or welded eyelet, and thread.|
|Ground||Soil type, cohesion, moisture content, and friction coefficient.|
Easy installation in just a few minutes by 1 or 2 men:
Manual installation using a wrench.
Mechanical installation using an hydraulic or thermal auger.
Overview of the screw-in anchor resistance capabilities according to the soil type and screw depth