Anchor cage kits

As one of our delivery options, we provide anchor cage kit solutions, delivered direct to your wind farm site or production facility in easy-assembly, flat-pack kits. The kits contain anchor cage templates and rings, anchor bolts as well as all additional anchor cage parts.

At Proplate, we supply complete anchor cage solutions. The anchor rings and templates are manufactured at our state-of-the art factory in Oxelösund. This process includes precision cutting, milling, drilling, blasting, assembly and heated zinc metalizing. Working in close cooperation with the market’s leading bolt manufacturers we guarantee the highest quality of the anchor bolts in our solution. We’ll also source all the additional anchor cage parts from subcontractors – to deliver you a complete solution, ready for application.

This service is fully flexible, meaning you can customize the extent of our production and assembly, for easier integration into your own supply and production processes.

Faster delivery for time-demanding wind turbine projects

Our close proximity to SSAB’s steel mill at a neighboring facility in Oxelösund, Sweden, means that we can offer optimal transit times of raw material. Shorter delivery times of raw materials mean shorter lead times for production; meaning we can deliver your anchor cage to you faster than the industry standard.

Please contact me for further information

Ian Hardy

Ian Hardy

Sales Manager

  +44 7809 443306
  ian.hardy@proplate.se

Cases

Skanska – Quicker setup with pre-assembled anchor cages

Skanska – Quicker setup with pre-assembled anchor cages

Skanska was commissioned to cast 22 concrete foundations in a new wind farm in the West Gothland municipality of Lyrestad, a few years ago. With Proplate's prefabricated anchor cages, the international construction company was able to save time and money while...

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News

Proplate opens a subsidary in Chicago

Proplate opens a subsidary in Chicago

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