Ground Anchor A prestressed grouted ground anchor is a structural element installed in soil or rock that is used to transmit an applied tensile load into the ground. Grouted ground anchors, referenced simply as ground anchors, are installed in grout filled drill holes. Grouted ground anchors are also referred to as "tiebacks".
And casting off the anchors, they left them in the sea while at the same time they were loosening the ropes of the rudders; and hoisting the foresail to the wind, they were heading for the beach. Colossians 2:5
The Springfree™ Trampoline Ground Anchor helps to safely and securely anchor your trampoline to the ground. Tested to withstand pull-out forces of approximately 900 N. Two anchors positioned on either side will securely anchor the trampoline.
10,000 Ft Lbs (10,848 N-M), 10" (254 mm) Helix for use with 0.625" (15.9 mm) Rod.
Large mushroom anchors are used for moorings, and small, plastic-coated mushrooms-sometimes modified to have flukes-make convenient and foul-free day anchors for the soft ooze of river bottoms. Otherwise, however, neither grapnel nor mushroom anchors provide adequate holding power (relative to their weight) to function as a working anchor on ...
Rock anchors are made of high tensile steel, and typically they are anchored in sound bedrock by means of high strength cementitious grouting for foundations and through holes drilled into or through a structure for post-tensioning applications.
Bolts, solid trees and horizontally-placed cams are all examples of anchor points that when used correctly can hold pulls from both directions. Anchor Angles and Forces The horizontal spacing between anchor points and the length of slings that you use to connect the points are critical in creating a reliable anchor.