Embedment anchor | Article about embedment anchor by The Free Dictionary
embedment anchor[em′bed·mənt ‚aŋ·kər]
An anchor that uses a charge of powder or hydrostatic or pneumatic pressure to drive the fluke into the sea floor.
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On the basis of anchorage type, the global automated mooring system market can be further segmented into drag embedment anchors
, vertical loaded anchors and suction.