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Anchorage Connectors

Miller Grip™ Anchorage Connector

Miller Grip™ Anchorage Connector

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FOR USE IN CONCRETE APPLICATIONSA safe anchor point is established when the Miller Grip Anchor is inserted into a properly-sized, cured concrete hole. Designed for use in cured concrete with a compression strength of at least 3,000 psi (20.7 MPa) , it can be used for vertical or overhead/ceiling surface applications.ReusableThe Miller Grip anchor can be removed and simply re-installed in a new location.Mandatory SafetyA safe anchor point is established when the Miller Grip anchor is inserted into a properly-sized, cured concrete hole.Features & Benefits:
  • Designed for vertical or overhead/ceiling surface applications
  • Can be used with SkyGrip Horizontal Lifeline components; 400 lbs. (181.4 kg) capacity (SKU 497/)
  • Multi-use Grips can be used for anchoring scaffolding, material handling and removal of concrete debris after demolition
  • Constructed of stainless steel, aluminum and other non-corrosive materials for a longer service life
  • Designed for use in cured concrete with a compression strength of at least 3,000 psi (20.7 MPa)
  • Color-coded to differentiate fall protection use per OSHA regulations
  • For Use With : Anchorage Connectors | Horizontal Surface | Vertical Surface | Overhead/Ceiling Surface
  • Product Material : Stainless Steel | 7x19 Galvanized | Zinc Coated Copper | Polyurethane | Aluminum | Zinc-plated Spring Steel | Galvanized Steel
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SKU
Description
497/
1'' Miller Grip Fall Protection Anchorage Connector for Concrete-10K-Lbs.
496/
3/4'' Miller Grip Fall Protection Anchorage Connector for Concrete- 5K-Lbs.
498/
3/4'' Miller Grip Multi-Use Anchorage Connector for material handling for Concrete - 1,000-lb. safe working load
499/
1'' Miller Grip Multi-Use Anchorage Connector for material handling for Concrete- 2,000-lb. safe working load
Worker on a ladder with fall protection safety equipment on
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