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Anchor Rods

PISA Anchor Rods, Eyenuts & Couplings

PISA Anchor Rods, Eyenuts & Couplings

Pisa rods are used with Tough One, Standard-Strength, Mid-Strength, Pisa® 6 and Pisa® 7 anchors. They are available as the rod only or with an eyenut attached. Corrosion Resistant anchor rods and couplings are also available.

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Anchor Rod Extensions

Anchor Rod Extensions

These anchor rod extensions primarily are for making above grade connections between installed anchors and guy wires. Each extension's forged eye is designed to distribute pulling stresses uniformly over individual strands of guy wire and keep the guy wire from spreading, kinking, or bending. The drop-forged eye of each extension rod is stronger than the rod itself. Rod length and diameter are stamped below each rod eye.

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"Bust" Expanding / Cross-Plate Anchors

"Bust" Expanding / Cross-Plate Anchor Rods

Available for one, two, or three guys for use with expanding and cross-plate anchors. Thimbleye®, Twineye® and Tripleye® rods distribute pulling stresses uniformly over individual strands of guy wire and keep the guy wire from spreading, kinking, or bending. The drop-forged eye of each anchor rod is stronger than the rod itself. Rod length and diameter are stamped below each rod eye. Each rod is threaded 3-1/2" minimum length. Nuts included.

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Corrosion Protected Rods

Corrosion Protected Rods

Anchor rods with added corrosion protection for use with Tough One®, Pisa®, disk anchors, bust/expanding anchors and plate anchors.

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