Post Anchors

Sarwood Timbers Stock a full range of Pryda Post Anchors. Post anchors offer an quick and inexpensive method of fastening timber posts to a concrete foundation.

Advantages

  • Compliance with building code requirements
  • Hot dip galvanised coating after manufacture, to provide long term protection, suitable for severe external environments (as defined in the Building Code of Australia) which include sites within 1 km from the coast. (Excludes PSB anchors)
  • Stems in stirrup anchors are sealed for termite protection
  • Improved stability of the base with bolt holes close to the stem
  • A large range of sizes to suit: (a) leg lengths from 65 mm to 600 mm (b) stirrup widths 90, 100, 115, 125 mm- and the Adjustable type to suit any post size (c) several configurations: Full Strirrup, Half Stirrup, Bolt Down, Centre Fix, Centre Pin, High Wind and Adjustable.

Post Anchor types

Adjustable Post Anchor

Convenient and fully adjustable for any practical post size. No checking of the post is required

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Bolt Down Post Anchor

With knockout 3 mm adjustable washer- to facilitate adjustment after bolt holes have been drilled. Used for locating posts onto existing concrete or decking.

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Centre Fix Post Anchor

Generally used to “hide” the post anchor. The post is slotted at the bottom and bolted through the post and anchor, leaving only the bolt heads, nuts and washers visible. Can be bolted to existing concrete or decking or set into concrete

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Centre Pin Post Anchor

For use where the post anchor is NOT to be visible. Due to the fixing method, it is only suitable for small spans or where no roofing is used

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Full Stirrup Post Anchor (PSF)

Primarily used for bolting to existing concrete. Can also be used for setting to concrete

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Half Stirrup Post Anchor (PSH)

Ideally suited to uses where the post is located against a wall or step and can only be bolted from one side. Can be bolted to existing concrete or decking or set into concrete

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High Wind Post Anchor

Engineered for high wind areas, including tropical regions.

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Installation and technical info

Post Anchor guide