The multi-bulb passive anchor is a flexible, high tensile steel strand of a specific length, anchored inside a drilled hole, with an innovative multi-coloured breathing tube system.
The advantages of using this breathing tube system in a vertical crater retreat mining operation is that once a round has been blasted, the remaining coloured breather tube indicates the actual depth of the blast.
Multi-bulb passive anchors are made to requirements as specified by the end user. These anchors were designed as a support for vertical crater retreat mining operations and are normally grouted, but not pre-stressed, thus aptly named as passive anchors.
These anchors are easily installed using trained support installation crews
The cable anchors are manufactured to the required specifications of the customer eg, the cut length of the strand, number of bulbs
All these multi-bulb passive anchors are installed to the specification of the supplier
The multi-bulb passive anchor requires the correct diameter drilled hole for the fish hooks to embed itself inside the drilled hole
All multi-bulb passive anchors are grouted after installation.
Duraset provides onsite product demonstrations and technical back-up
|Strand diameter (mm)
||Ultimate tensile strength (tons)
||Working load (tons)
||Hole diameter range (mm)
||36 to 45
||36 to 40
BEFORE INSTALLING THE MULTI-BULB PASSIVE ANCHOR CHECK THE FOLLOWING:
The length of the anchors, always add 0.1m for the grouting of the hole
Invert the anchor and push it to the back of the drilled hole, if 0.1m of strand is left protruding from the hole, then the depth of the drilled hole is correct
Check the diameter of the hole. If it is not to the correct specifications, i.e oversized or undersized, the anchor could slip inside the hole, or not be able to enter the hole
Push the multi-bulb passive anchor with the fish hooks up the hole until only 0.1m of strand protrudes from the hole
Push the grout tube up the hole and seal the collar of the hole
Once the quick-setting grout at the collar of the hole has set, proceed to full column, grout the hole and continue so until the grout starts to emanate from the breather tube
The anchor installation is now complete. Proceed to the next hole.