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HEAVY DUTY 

ANCHORAGE VERIFICATION DEVICE

Heavy Duty Anchorage Verification Device for proof-testing anchorage applications up to 145kN or 32,597 pounds.

 

Kit Includes:

  • 0-145kN Bluetooth Digital Gauge

  • Triangular load spreading bridge with 2 mounting positions for the tester

  • 3 adjustable threaded legs and swivel feet

  • Threaded adaptors in 3/8”, 1/2”,5/8”,3/4” & 1”  

  • M24 operating ratchet spanner

  • M20 drop rod, connecting nut, spare screws and Allen keys.

  • Kit supplied in a foam filled carrying case with full operating instructions and 1 years calibration certificate. 

 

HDAVD-BT - comes with Digital Bluetooth Gauge 

 

Clevis Adaptor not included

 

VERI5000 Brochure

2019 List Price

What To Proof-Test To and Why 

PROOF-TEST SAFELY

VERI5000™ requires the user to read the manual in its entirety prior to use of the equipment. User should wear appropriate personal protective equipment when performing a proof-test. After each proof test a Competent Person or person who has been trained as a Competent Equipment Inspector must inspect the equipment for cracking, breaking, or permanent deformation of the structure and equipment (OSHA 1910.66 and 1926.502) If the Equipment Inspector or Competent Person is inspecting another manufacturers product that he or she has not been trained on, they must refer to the manufacturer’s instruction manual for the proper inspection of the anchor. Some anchors may deform during a proof-test and still hold, therefore meeting their intended purpose.  Please consult the Manufacturer of the anchor with any questions on the product and as always, remove any deformed anchors from use. When choosing what to proof-test to, picking the lowest force that meets the requirements will greatly reduce the risk of breaking, cracking or deforming anchors.  Pulling anchors to the maximum of 5000lbs may deform the anchor. VERI5000 and or Hydrajaws are not responsible for any damage to the structure being tested.