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Anchorage Connectors

Provide effective means to attach safety devices

Anchorage connectors are meant to attach connecting devices to an anchorage in the absence of a direct connection. In the event of a fall, the wearer is suspended from the anchorage. The worker’s weight will rest on it, thus testing its strength. As such, careful planning and selection are crucial factors in providing the proper anchorage connectors for the facility. Be sure to choose the best safety devices for your needs from Seton.

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  1. Miller® Beam Clamp 450E

    Temporary anchorage connector for horizontal beams
    $370.89

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  2. MSA Suretyman® Anchorage Cable Slings

    Anchor sling for temporary anchorage point connection
    Starting at $33.61

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  3. MSA Base Assy Folding Davit 506614

    Portable base assembly for anchorage
    $478.65

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  4. DBI-SALA® Concrete D-Ring Anchor Bolt 2104561S

    Anchor bolts perfect on concrete
    $348.21

    Pack of 6 Each

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  5. MSA Anchorage Connector 10002820

    Large anchorage connector for a reliable fall arrest system
    $50.25

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  6. DBI-SALA® SafLok™ Concrete Wedge Anchor 2100085E

    Reusable concrete anchor for personal fall arrest systems
    $204.05

    Each

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  7. MSA Double D-Ring Anchorage Connector Straps

    Nylon straps connect workers to specific anchor points
    Starting at $24.56

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  8. Miller® Titan™ Cross-Arm Anchorage Straps T7314E

    Anchor straps work well with various tie-off points
    $28.70

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  9. MSA RCD® Remote Connect/Disconnect System 501443

    For easier connection/removal of fall protection lifelines
    $897.75

    Each

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  10. Miller® Aerial Lift Boom Strap

    Safety straps help keep boom operators from falling
    $92.85

    Each

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  11. MSA D-Plate Anchorage Connector 506632

    D-plate for a permanent anchorage point
    $16.59

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  12. Miller® D-Bolt Anchor for Up To 4" Thickness 416/

    Permanent anchorage connectors guarantees safe and secure connections
    $54.48

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  13. Miller® Fusion™ Concrete Roof Anchor Post X10050

    Tackle concrete deckings with this anchor post
    $443.49

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  14. MSA Removable Horizontal and Vertical Concrete Anchor 10081570

    Easy install concrete anchors for fast operations
    $186.35

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  15. Miller® Beam Trolley 9065/BK

    Heavy duty beam trolley for proper anchorage
    $412.58

    Each

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  16. MSA Boom Belt SSB22040

    Fall safety rescue belt secures boom for improved efficiency
    $32.60

    Each

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  17. Miller® Rebar Hook Anchors 480Z719INGNE

    Anchorage connector designed for one-hand installation
    $89.09

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  18. MSA Removable Vertical Concrete Anchor 10081594

    Easy install concrete anchors for fast operations
    $103.22

    Each

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  19. Miller® Fusion™ Multipurpose Roof Anchor Post X10020

    Roof anchor post attaches to metal, wood and concrete
    $347.19

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  20. MSA Anchorage Connector Extension 505233

    For situations where one anchorage connector isn't enough
    $54.13

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  21. Capital Safety 3-Man Swiveling Roof Anchor 2103690

    Swiveling anchor ideal for wooden roofs
    $1,497.34

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It is important to distinguish an anchorage connector from the actual anchorage. An anchorage may be an I-beam, while an anchorage connector may be a choker or cross-arm strap wrapped around the beam to facilitate attachment. Anchorage connectors are designed as the intermediary for securing a connecting device to an anchorage. However, both anchorages and anchorage connectors should be easily accessible, as well as capable of supporting 5,000 lbs. per individual. They should also be positioned high enough to allow the wearer enough space to avoid contact with the level beneath them in the event of a fall.

Make sure to provide the best anchorage connectors for your facility. Choose the best options from Seton today.