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Tri-part Wedge for Anchorage Block
Tri-part Wedge for Anchorage Block
Tri-part Wedge for Anchorage Block

Tri-part Wedge for Anchorage Block

Different name:three part wedge,3 chips, anchor wedge,3 pcs wedge
Main application:bridge, PC strand steel, foundation, construction, horizontal drilling
Core specification parameters:12.7mm, 15.2mm,three parts
Applications:Post-tension, Prestressed, Anchorage, Construction, Piling, deep drilling, bridge, railway engineering, tiebacks, foundation projects,
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The Prestressed system is consists of anchorage block, wedges and strand steel. It is mainly used in the railway engineering, tiebacks and foundation projects, etc. 

Kimdrill is capable to produce flat anchorage, slab anchorage, round anchorage, fixed-end anchorage, wedge, couple and other anchor tools. And we can also produce according to clients’ requirements. We have wedges in 2 chips and 3 chips for the anchorage. 

Our factory owns sets of advanced production equipment, and has established the professional test and inspection center to ensure the good quality of our product.

Anchorage block: AISI/SAE1045/Zinc                                                                                                        Wedge:20CrMnTi6º55”3.2 of the anchorage ring;                                                                                                        6.3 of the outlet surfaceAnchorage ring:>=HRC20;                                                                                                        Wedge:>=HRA77.0

Package and Delivery:

By Case or pallet. By sea.

Place of Origin:Made in China
Model:3 chips
Usage:Bridge, Infrustruction, civil engineering
Certification:ISO 9001/ COC/PVOC
Minimum Order Quantity:1 set
Packaging Details:Case or pallet.
Delivery Time:7 working days
Competitive Advantage
  • Top quality raw material

  • With Heat-treatment and strict QC process

  • With rich experience of manufacturing and exporting


1. What is anchorage in the context of construction?

Anchorage refers to the method or system used to secure structural elements to concrete or other materials, ensuring stability and support. This can involve bolts, bars, or other fastening systems.

2. What are the common types of anchorage systems?

Common types include mechanical anchors, adhesive anchors, and grouted anchors, each designed for specific applications and load requirements.

3. How is anchorage used in building structures?

Anchorage is used to attach elements like steel beams, columns, and plates to concrete foundations or walls, ensuring the structural integrity of buildings.

4. What materials are used for anchorages in construction?

Materials typically include steel, stainless steel, and alloys, chosen for their strength and resistance to corrosion and environmental factors.

5. How are anchorage systems designed?

Anchorage systems are designed based on the load they need to support, the properties of the base material (like concrete), and the environmental conditions of the construction site.

6. What is the difference between mechanical and adhesive anchorage?

Mechanical anchorage involves physical fasteners that exert clamping force, while adhesive anchorage uses chemical adhesives to bond the anchor to the base material.

7. How is the strength of an anchorage system determined?

The strength is determined by load tests, material properties, and calculations based on the anchor's size, depth of embedment, and the characteristics of the base material.

8. Are there specific standards for anchorage in construction?

Yes, there are industry standards and building codes that specify requirements for anchorage systems to ensure safety and reliability.

9. How important is the installation process for anchorage systems?

Proper installation is crucial for the effectiveness and safety of anchorage systems. Incorrect installation can lead to structural failures.

10. Can anchorage systems be used in seismic areas?

Yes, there are anchorage systems specifically designed for seismic areas, which accommodate the additional movements and stresses experienced during earthquakes.

11. How are anchorages maintained and inspected?

Regular inspections for signs of wear, corrosion, or damage are essential. Maintenance might involve tightening or replacing anchors as needed.

12. What role does anchorage play in the overall safety of a construction project?

Anchorage is critical for structural stability and safety, especially in load-bearing applications and in areas subject to environmental stresses such as wind or seismic activity.