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Gripple Trellising Anchors

Gripple Anchor # 3

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  • Gripple Anchor in vines soil
Gripple
Product No. Steel Wire Length Cable Material
FANCRGP31/8" x 3,3'
3,0 mm x 1,0 m
Galvanized Steel
FANCRGP45/32" x 3,3'
4,0 mm x 1,0 m
Galvanized Steel

Below ground, the Gripple Trellising Anchor for your trellising creates a strong anchor point that is instanly loaded, and performs in sandy or loamy soils types. This technology anchors  end-posts in vineyards and secures trellising systems.No digging or special preparation is required regarding the field. Its installation can be eight times faster than with traditional methods.

Tested and proven internationally in a variety of soils, the Gripple anchor is easy to install with a driving tool (bar) and a sledgehammer. It can be installed faster when using pneumatic or heat driving tools, even on hard, pebbly soils.


Advantages

  • No pre-digging or ground preparation required
  • Includes everything you need to anchor above and below ground
  • Time and labor saving
  • Universal end fixing for both wooden and metal posts
  • Heavy galvanization for maximum corrosion resistance
  • Undamaged soil structure
  • Versatile
  • Quick installation
  • Tip of installation tool maximizing the anchor’s useful life

Gripple Trellising Anchor Installation Instruction

1. Put the anchor at a distance equal to 80% of the post’s length above the ground.

2. Position the anchor vertically with the base toward the row.

3. For optimal installation, put the anchor at a depth of one meter. 



 

Customer Reviews

Good anchor for small streams Review by Anglr200
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We use these anchors to hold down fish monitoring equipment in small streams. They work well. We build our own driving rod with a copper coated steel rod of the correct diameter. (Posted on 16-04-05)
Good anchor for small streams Review by Anglr200
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We use these anchors to hold down fish monitoring equipment in small streams. They work well. We build our own driving rod with a copper coated steel rod of the correct diameter. (Posted on 16-04-05)

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