Anchorage Fixings

If your anchorage point is a building or a brick structure, then we advise that you seek professional advice regarding the strength and capability of the wall you plan to use to hold your shade. Bricks are theoretically very strong, but walls are not really designed to be pulled on. During poor weather and strong winds, the loads created by your Shade Sail can be enormous and should not be underestimated, so you must ensure that your structure is adequate to handle such loads.

If you are fixing to wooden areas of a building, eye plates can be a useful solution, but use with care to ensure that the wooden structure is adequately secured to take the load of the Shade Sail.

All of the following are made in Marine Grade 316 Stainless Steel.

 

2 HOLE EYEPLATES

Can be used on a wide variety of surfaces, for example walls, fences, wooden poles and metal posts
6mm / 8mm

30mm link allowance

KSFX6260 / KSFX8280

4 HOLE EYEPLATES

Can be used on a wide variety of surfaces, for example walls, fences, wooden poles and metal posts
6mm / 8mm

30mm link allowance

KSFX6460 / KSFX8480

M8 EYE BOLTS

Supplied with 2 washers and 2 nuts per M8 bolt, Suitable for creating anchorage points to a post/pole.

100mm / KSFX8100
175mm / KSFX8175
225mm / KSFX8225
M.B.L (KN) = 13.9

EYEBOLT AND RESIN CAPSULE

KSFXCH90

M8 x 80mm Long eyebolt supplied with chemical resin, suitable for anchoring high loads in both concrete and stone.
To fit, drill a 10mm hole, insert the resin capsule and spin in the 80mm eyebolt which breaks the capsule, releasing the glue to bond the eyebolt into the brick work.

 

 

CROSS END CLEAT

KSFX414D

100mm Cross end flat cleat, with 4 fixing holes. Suitable for securing Shade Sails when using a rope fixing kit.