Our Blog

September 27, 2021


– Connection points that provide instant & safe anchorage to workmen where a typical fall protection system like a lifeline cannot be installed.

While fixing an anchorage point it is a must to calculate the load-bearing capacity of the receiving structure. The load-bearing capacity of the receiving structure on which the anchorage is taken should exceed the peak loads generated during a fall.

Different work-at-height scenarios demand different types of anchorages to ensure that the workman is always protected from falls.

Types of Anchors

Webbing sling anchor

This product is so designed that it can be wrapped around a receiving structure of a certain size, shape, and strength for supporting the intended load. This product is used as a connecting element between the receiving structure and the lanyard of the user.

Fixed beam anchor

– The fastened beam anchoring fits several I beam and firmly connects the portable

Fall Arrest System

to the anchorage structure for optimum safety. To obtain complete versatility, anchors can be linked in any orientation and used with a lanyard, self-retracting lifeline, or as end-anchors. It makes attaching to the anchorage structure quite fast and simple and provides safety and productivity.

Single Point Anchor

Single point anchors can be a cost-effective method for providing a point of access to fall protection equipment like lanyards & retractable blocks. These are designed to ensure the worker’s safety. These single point anchors are fixed overhead into concrete walls or structures depending on where the work at height requirement is. This provides a very simple but effective anchorage to the workman.

Door & window anchor

The door and window jam anchor is suitable for inner tie-off security when a window or door aperture is used. To offer a robust, solid, and transitory anchor point, this solution is fastened to the door or window frame and adapted to fit the spacing of the frame. They are single-user tie-off points. These are perfect to be used during construction and can be used in finished structures as well.

Containers post anchor

Based on the requirements of the work that is being done on the container, a container post anchor can be deployed alone as a restricted free fall arrest anchor. It is designed to use the corner castings on the container as the installation point for the system.

Reusable Roof Anchor

Reusable Roof Anchor is designed to provide anchoring on the roof. It includes fasteners and can be installed with screws or nails for convenience. It provides the required versatility. This anchoring system is durable enough to handle the job and meets the required safety.

Benefits of Anchor

The major benefits of anchors are listed below: –

  • Acts as a practical alternative to propping.
  • One of the top benefits of an anchor is that it is used to draw active forces into structures.
  • Increased durability includes resistance to corrosion.
  • Lightweight & easy to handle.
  • Portable making it ideal for different construction scenarios.
  • Reduces the expenses of a permanent fall protection system.

Do you have a requirement for anchors? You can contact us, and our team will help you with the best suitable plan for your projects.

Talk to a Fall Protection Specialist +91-79-40322966

Need Help Determining the Right Fall Protection for You?

With our vast experience, our experts will assist you in selecting the most relevant system for your needs.

Contact Information