GME Supply is your source for permanent and temporary anchorage solutions. Fall protection gear is our specialty and your safety is our priority. That’s why we offer a full selection of different anchorage solutions.
Anchors provide secure attachment points for workers. There are many different ways to properly anchor depending on the job and structure. No matter what solution you choose be sure to look for anchorage points that are rated for at least 5,000 pounds or even an engineered solution designed for your specific application. Our selection of anchors includes concrete anchors, general anchors, roof anchors, sling anchors, specialty anchors, and steel anchors so that no matter what the job at hand is, we can help you get it done efficiently and safely.
Concrete anchors are so named because they are designed to be used on concrete. Our concrete anchor selection includes wedge anchors, bolt anchors, anchor straps, parapet anchors, and pour-in-place anchors.
Our general anchorage section includes a wide range of different anchors. From cable and truss to plates, slings, and window gap anchors, GME Supply has got you covered when it comes to general use anchors.
Roof anchors got their name from the fact that they are especially suited to be used on roofs. Our roof anchor selection features something for any job that comes your way. We’ve got reusable, disposable, and permanent anchors along with a wide variety of styles, sizes, and options including hinged anchors, freestanding counterweight anchors, fall arrest posts, and SRL anchors.
Our sling anchor selection includes both web and cable anchors in a range of lengths, widths, and configurations. No matter what type of sling anchor you’re looking for we’ve got you covered.
Some jobs require unusual anchorage solutions. Here at GME Supply, we’ve put together a selection of specialty anchors that help you get those unusual jobs done while staying safe. From sliding rales and window/door anchors to parapet wall anchors, tripods, and vacuum anchors we’ve got everything that special job requires.
When working at-height you deal with a lot of steel. Being able to attach an anchor to that steel is still an import part of your gear setup. Steel anchors have been specifically designed for use with steel structures. Our steel anchor selection features plate anchors, brackets, beam anchors (both trailing and fixed), wall anchors, and weld on anchors.
Anchorage is not something to guess on. If you have any questions about what type of anchorage you need or what options will work best in your specific situation, click here to contact one of our Gear Experts®.