Ideal for corrosive environments – “Hot dipped Galvanized Finish” Commonly used for securing small planes, vineyard trellises, storage sheds, tents, orchard and nursery trees, swing sets, clothes lines, fences, retaining walls, radio antennas, small windmills, floating docks, and pet restraint. All eye anchors are manufactured from steel that conforms to ASTM A-36 M1020 standards. Holding strength is based on clay soils which are of hard to medium density. The holding strength is reduced in softer less dense soils and sandy soils. To ensure maximum holding strength, anchor must be installed to full depth with the bottom of eyelet at ground level. Anchor eyelets are always weld closed, eyelets can be left open upon request of the customer. 4000 lb+ pull out resistance in Hard Pan soils.
***ON ORDERS OF 15 OR MORE- PLEASE CALL AS SHIPPING LTL TRUCKING MAY BE BE OF LOWER COST***
MADE in the USA
- Finish: Hot Dip Galvanized
- Shaft Diameter: 3/4″
- Helix: Single 6″
- ID of Eye: 1 1/2″ Welded closed
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this is a great product at a very reasonable price.. ordering, shipping and receipt of product was seamless and took only four days
We needed some beefy helix anchors to secure our oyster farm's longlines. These things have incredible holding power even when driven in a sand/clay mix (1.5ft of sand, then clay beneath)
I bought these to secure my boat during hurricanes. I have yet to put them in the ground so I only gave them a four but I'm sure after a storm hit and it kept my boat from blowing around I would definitely give them a five. I can tell you that I was impressed with how heavy duty the construction was. You will not be disappointed if this is what you're looking for.
I used the anchor for a ocean mooring buoy. The galvanized coating is very durable and significantly slows corrosion.
We use these for 100' antenna towers. They are a pain to screw in, but that means that they will be very hard to pull out. We use a heavy duty 6' steel breaker bar to screw them in.
Expect the box to be beat up from shipping, due to weight and odd shape, but it would be hard for these to become damaged during shipping.