XPLORA Concrete Mount Anchor

  • Chemical fix M16 x 100mm
  • 15kN rated
  • 0.3kg
Note
  • Suitable for fall arrest / twin rope access use.
Warning
  • Must be load tested as per AS/NZS Standards.
Rating
  • Recommended for single person use – 15kN rated
  • Rope access use – 12kN
  • Fall arrest use – 15kN
Materials
  • Eyebolt concrete insert – stainless steel (316)
  • Swivel eye/concrete insert – stainless steel (316)
Dimensions
  • Eyebolt – M16 / 100mm
  • Eyelet ID – 35mm
  • Profiled swivel eye – 125mm (l) 50mm (w) with a 12mm surface clearance
  • Concrete insert – drilled hole diameter / 18mm
  • Concrete insert – drilled hole depth / 110mm
  • Minimum concrete thickness – 150mm
  • Minimum concrete edge distance – 200mm
  • Minimum anchor spacing – 200mm
  • Minimum concrete strength – 20MPa
Weight
  • 0.3kg (excludes fixings)
Working Load Limit
  • Recommended for single person use – 15kN rated
  • Rope access use – 12kN
  • Fall arrest use – 15kN
  • Concrete structure integrity, suitability and anchor location to be assessed and determined by a competent person prior to installation.
  • Anchor is to be used in a shear load direction only (pulled at an angle not exceeding 20o to the installed surface).
  • No tensile loading for fall arrest or rope access recommended as per requirements.
  • XPLORA AP125.10 Concrete Mount Anchor must be used in conjunction with an approved harness and lanyard system incorporating an energy absorber where required.
Compliance

XPLORA AP125.10 Concrete Mount Anchor is designed and manufactured generally in accordance with requirements of Australian Standards AS/NZS 1891.4:2009 and relevant statutory OHS Codes of Practice/Guidelines.

Product Warranty

10 years from date of purchase subject to correct installation, use and maintenance in accordance with manufacturer’s specifications and recommendations.

Inspection and Maintenance

Inspection and certification every 12 months by competent person in accordance with manufacturer’s specifications and requirements of Standard AS/NZS 1891.4:2009 (Section 9).

  • Rope access use – tensile load test to 6.0kN
  • Fall arrest use – tensile load test to 7.5kN
Important Note

Failure to supply and/or install proprietary product in accordance with above specification and installation/usage guidelines voids complete system certification and/or warranty.