From the basic to the most elaborate, a complete product range with a long service life.

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.


Greenhouse anchors

ANCR'EST designs and manufacturers all types of greenhouse anchors for tunnel and cathedral styles,...

Shaft and disk system

Disc Ø 100, 120, and 150 mm, shaft Ø 6 and 7 mm, length 600, 700, 800, and 1,000 mm. Permanent anchorage...


Disk Ø 120 and 150 mm, shaft Ø 8 mm, length 800 and 1,000 mm. Disk welded onto the shaft, eyelet...


Disk Ø 100, 120, 150, 200, 250, and 300 mm. Shaft Ø 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, and 30 mm. Length 500...

Characteristics Technical data
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.