- Bust Expanding Anchors expand to take full advantage of the eight
blade wedges to expand into undisturbed soil.
- Painted with black paint
- Nut retainer on bottom of anchor holds nut in place during
- The effectiveness of the anchor is dependent upon proper size hole
and the thoroughness of backfill tamping
Expanding or Bust Anchors are made for installation in augured
holes. The bust anchor is formed by expanding wings that flare out.
During installation, a hole to the size listed on the table for the
anchor is augured in line with the guy angle and to a depth based
on the rod length. The rod is secured to the anchor and lowered
into the hole. An expanding-and-tamping tool is used to strike the
top of the anchor and open the blades into undisturbed soil. The
hole is then back filled and tamped.
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