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A211106 6 ft Concrete Pour-in Disposable Anchor Strap (Loop, Loop)


Werner disposable concrete anchor straps are convenient temporary anchor solutions for use in concrete forms. They are designed with two web loops, one for pass through and one which should protrude from the concrete form and be cut off after one-time use.




Features

  • Designed to create a temporary anchor point in a concrete form, to be cut off after use
  • Features two web loops


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Part NumberDescription


Specifications

FeatureSize / Details
Application (General (all purpose), Steel, Concrete, Roof)Concrete
StylePour-In Disposable Strap
Permanent/TemporaryTemporary
MaterialPolyester Webbing
Approx. Shipping Weight Lbs.1






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