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Introducing our advanced Anchor Rod, uniquely designed for diverse power line applications. Featuring a specialized eye design for even stress distribution, it prevents damage during installation. This product is galvanized following ASTM A153 standards for exceptional corrosion resistance, ensuring long-term durability. With a convenient square nut assembly, installation is straightforward. Perfect for a variety of guy wire applications, our Anchor Rod is a reliable choice for ensuring stability and safety in power line structures.

Anchor rod

Anchor Rod: Generalized Description


Definition and Functionality:

An anchor rod is essential in the structural integrity of utility and telecommunication poles. Often referred to as a guy wire anchor rod or thimble eye anchor rod, its primary function is to secure poles. One end of the rod is connected to a stay wire through a guy clamp, while the other end is anchored deep into the ground. This arrangement ensures the pole remains stable and upright, effectively resisting the upward forces from the guy wires.


Design Variations:

These rods are designed to be compatible with a range of anchor types, including cross-plate, expanding, manta ray, no-wrench, and rock anchors. They are available in various styles, such as single, double, or triple strand eyes, and sometimes feature oval eyes with wire strand thimbles to accommodate different sizes of stay wires.


Durability and Performance:

Engineered for high strength and durability, anchor rods are built to withstand severe weather and natural disasters. This contributes to the prolonged safety and stability of the pole lines. To prevent corrosion, especially in the areas above and below the soil, the rods often have an increased diameter.


Manufacturing Techniques:

These rods are typically manufactured using advanced hot forging methods. The metal is heated in high-tech furnaces before being shaped into the desired eye configurations. To further enhance their longevity and resistance to corrosion, the rods are commonly finished with a hot-dip galvanization process.


Rapid Production and Customization:

Producers of anchor rods usually have the capacity to handle high-volume orders efficiently. Their expertise extends to creating custom designs, enabling them to provide solutions that cater specifically to unique requirements and deliver them promptly.


This approach to anchor rod production emphasizes a commitment to quality, technological innovation, and customer-centric solutions, ensuring that the products meet the highest standards of performance and reliability in the industry.

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Anchor rod

Our Anchor Rod, also known as a guy rope or guy wire, is essential for stabilizing structures like radio masts, utility poles, and wind turbines. Designed for durability and strength, it counters forces to maintain stability in various environments, making it a reliable choice for industrial, commercial, or recreational applications. Ideal for ensuring structural integrity, our Anchor Rods are crafted to meet diverse project needs with efficiency and safety.

No-Wrench Screw Anchor

Introducing the innovative No-Wrench Screw Anchor, designed for securing guy wires and cables in utility poles with efficiency. This anchor combines utility and ease of use, simplifying installation without compromising strength.

Featuring a forged-eye, angle-cut tip, the No-Wrench Screw Anchor ensures easy ground penetration and a welded helix for optimal stability. Adaptable for both machine and hand installation, it comes with a large eye opening to accommodate a turning bar, facilitating effective screwing into various soil types, especially loose to medium-dense soils.

The anchor’s eye is compatible with most hole-boring machine adapters, making power installation straightforward. For deeper soil penetration and enhanced stability, an extension rod can be used. While it’s designed for easy installation, the anchor retains high strength and holding capacity.

To ensure longevity and resistance to environmental elements, the No-Wrench Screw Anchor is hot-dip galvanized. It’s an ideal choice for reliable, easy-to-install solutions in power line applications, offering durability and practicality.

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What are Guy Anchor Rods?

A guy anchor rod, also known as a guy anchor bolt or foundation bolt, is a heavy-duty fastener used to secure and stabilize poles or structures. It is embedded in a concrete foundation, providing a strong connection between the guy wire and the ground. This essential power line hardware is specifically designed to withstand the weight and tension exerted by the guy wire, ensuring the stability and integrity of the supported structure. By effectively distributing the forces, the guy anchor rod prevents the pole from leaning or toppling over, even under challenging conditions. With its high tensile strength and durable galvanized steel material, the guy anchor rod offers reliable support and resistance against external forces. Whether it’s for electric pole lines, telephone line poles, streetlight poles, or structural columns, the guy anchor rod is a crucial component in maintaining the stability and safety of various applications.

What are those types of anchors?


1. Helical Anchor: Also known as screw anchors, these consist of helical-shaped plates attached to a central steel shaft. They are suitable for different soil types and conditions.

2. Disk Anchor: These anchors have a series of disks attached to a central rod. They provide excellent holding capacity in various soil types and distribute the load evenly.

3. Bust Expanding Anchor: Suitable for rocky or hard ground conditions, these anchors are expanded after being inserted into a drilled hole, creating a secure connection.

4. Manta Ray Utility Anchor: Designed for soft to medium-density soils, these anchors are driven into the ground and expanded to create a stable base for structures and equipment.

5. Pole Key Anchor: These anchors are used to secure poles and towers in different ground conditions. They are installed by driving the anchor rod into the ground and attaching a specialized key for stability.

6. Rock Anchor: Specifically designed for rocky or hard ground conditions, these anchors are installed by drilling a hole into the rock, inserting the anchor, and tensioning it for stability.

7. Power Hub Screw Anchor: These versatile anchors can be used in various applications and ground conditions. They are installed by rotating them into the ground, providing a strong and stable connection.

8. No-wrench Screw Anchor: This type of utility anchor is securely fixed to the surface of concrete poles. It is easy to install and holds utility lines firmly, even in strong winds and storms.

These are just a few examples of the types of anchors available for different applications and ground conditions. The selection of the appropriate anchor depends on factors such as soil type, load capacity, and specific requirements of the project.

How is the manufacturing process of guy anchor rods?

The process of making guy anchor rods involves several steps, as described in the provided data:

1. Steel bars are cut to the required length and then heated at high temperatures to melt them before being rolled.

2. Threading is done on one end of the anchor rod. This can be achieved by cutting using chasers or rolling through the process of extrusion.

3. Some anchor rods require a head to be created on the end that is not threaded. This head provides pull-out resistance for the anchor rod. The end is heated at around 2000 degrees and molded into a head shape.

4. Bending the anchor rod at a right angle is done to produce a hook that will be embedded in the concrete. The steel is heated at high temperatures to make it flexible for precise bends.

5. Swedging is the process of pressing large dimples on the side of the anchor rod that will be embedded. This helps to enhance its grip in the concrete.

6. Chamfering is the application of a slight bevel to the threaded end of the anchor rod. This helps in installing the galvanized nut.

7. Welding may be done on the embedded end of the anchor rod to bind the molten steel with a filler material.

8. Plate fabrication involves joining round, square, or rectangular plates to the embedded end of the anchor rod. This provides additional pull-out resistance.

9. Heat treatment is performed to quench and treat the anchor rod, ensuring it attains the required tensile strength.

10. Finally, the anchor rod is hot-dip galvanized by submerging it into molten zinc. This process provides a corrosion-resistant coating to the anchor rod.

By following these steps, the guy anchor rods are fabricated to meet the specified configurations and requirements for their intended applications.

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  1. Complete production equipment to meet the production needs of different products.
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Each product must complete two steps of testing before leaving the factory, the first tensile strength test, the second zinc layer thickness test, to ensure that each product is 100% qualified.

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