An anchor clamp is a specialized tool for quickly and easily tightening the screws in your anchors to keep them from loosening and sliding. This makes it simple to install multiple anchors in one location while keeping your bolts or screws in place.
What is the purpose of the anchoring clamp?
Anchoring clamps or helical dead-ends, in general, can be used to secure a cable at the required horizontal tensioning and height on all types of poles. Suspension devices, on the other hand, must be installed on intermediate poles: they maintain the proper height of a cable.
How should the anchoring clamp be installed?
The mounting procedure for the anchoring clamp is outlined below.
Take two straps of appropriate length.
Pass the strap’s open end through the buckle.
Locate the pole brackets and wrap the strap around them.
Insert the opposite open end of the strap into the strap binding tool and secure it.
Rotate the strap binding tool’s handle to tighten the strap.
Use the cutting edge Hammer to bend the flanges on the extra strap.
The bracket is now in place.
Anchor clamps are a versatile tool that can be used for a wide range of applications. In this article, we looked at some of the most common uses for anchor clamps and how to install them. After you’ve finished reading this article, make your way over to Henvcon and pick up a set so you can start using them in your next project!