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A710006-6 Drop Through Anchor, 5000 lb, 6 in Plate, 6 ft Cable

The Werner Drop Through Anchor Kit A710006-6 is a 5,000 pound capacity overhead anchorage connector. It is designed to drop through a 1-3/4 inch to 2 inch opening that is compliant with all applicable fall protection requirements. This anchorage connector features a 1/4 inch thick steel plate with an 6 foot cable attached to a swivel D-ring, and can be attached to concrete floors, steel girders and grates. It is compliant with all ANSI Z359.1-2007 regulations, and is available in 1 ft, 2 ft, 6 ft and 8.5 ft lengths.


  • Designed to drop through overhead opening for anchorage
  • 6 inch square plate with 6 foot cable
  • Can be used with concrete floors, steel girders and grates
  • 5,000 lb Rated
  • Meets ANSI and OSHA standards

Package Contents

Part NumberDescription


FeatureSize / Details
Application (General (all purpose), Steel, Concrete, Roof)General (all purpose)
StyleDrop Through
Approx. Shipping Weight Lbs.2.5

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