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New fall protection mining anchors

31-08-2010
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New fall protection mining anchors

New DBI-SALA Saflok Fall Protection Mining Anchors from Capital Safety provide top protection for workers employed in mining or tunnelling applications.

The Saflok Hybrid Mining Bolt Swivel Anchor and the Saflok Mining Bolt Anchor with Swivelling O-Ring are two anchorage connectors offering maximum protection underground.

Both mining products are removable, simple to employ, and multi-directional, giving them the ability to work in horizontal, vertical, and overhead surfaces.

The innovative Hybrid Mining Bolt Swivel Anchor, which has a 22.2kN maximum capacity, is a semi-permanent solution designed exclusively for insertion within a 47mm friction rock bolt. By rotating the bolt, the user can expand or retract the two wedges to secure or remove the anchor from the friction rock bolt.

The Hybrid Mining Swivel Anchor also features a swivel ring anchorage connection point for ease of use and mobility in various applications.

The Mining Bolt Anchor with Swivelling O-Ring, also capable of supporting 22.2kN, is a portable friction rock bolt anchorage connector that inserts directly inside a 47mm friction rock bolt.

The Anchor features a spring-tensioned trigger and two retractor cables that allow for immediate removal and relocation to another hole.

The swivelling O-ring feature serves as the anchorage connection point, allowing for an easy hook up.

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