Anchor plate

anchor plate

[′aŋ·kər ‚plāt]
(civil engineering)
A metal or wooden plate fastened to or embedded in a support, such as a floor, and used to hold a supporting cable firmly.

Anchor plate

A metal plate on a wall that holds the end of a tie rod; used in masonry construction.

anchor plate

A square metal plate used as floor tile in industrial plants.
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1 piece with requirements for sound, Fire and smoke protection, With magnet, Anchor plate and hand switch.
Last night Mohammad Ali ASI Padidan police station caught red handed an accused namely Ghulam Kamber son of Kaural Soomro and recovered from his possession large nails used to fix Turs bar, anchor plate and sleepers.
The Kensington Locking Kits, which feature a long carbon steel cable, anchor plate, and a Kensington keyed lock head, allowed the thin clients to be locked down securely with their associated monitors like a "set," avoiding the need for 10 extra locks.
The bolt that secures the front passenger seatbelt webbing to the seat's anchor plate is likely to be missing, allowing the webbing to detach from the anchor.
Operators should only single part their winch line (never double or triple block it, which increases the force put on the cable and could cause the winch to break) and ensure the anchor plate is secure.
0] is the lateral pressure coefficient of the soil mass and z is the vertical distance from the anchor plate to the infinitesimal section.
At the yacht's official launch in Poole, Dorset, Jordan smashed the traditional bottle of Champagne on her anchor plate and christened the vessel Blush.
Consider using a wheel clamp or securing quad bikes to the floor with a heavy chain through the handles and attaching them to an anchor plate with a secure padlock.
Then we bolted anchor sections to the tower's legs, and set it in place so that the tower is leveled and earth is tamped back solidly over the four holes above each anchor plate.
The barrel sections are held together by four tie rods into an anchor plate, the spokesman said.
He first poured a special footing for the anchor plate at the base of the staircase, then poured a new slab around it, leaving the plate recessed 4 inches in concrete.
The seat belt in question came undone when an improperly installed anchor plate came disconnected.