Home anchor point Aerial Mount for aerial yoga hammock, aerial ring or aerial sling
Anchor point, Aerial Mount to the ceiling best for home use.
Universal Ceiling Mount for:
Plying poles / straps / ...
Aerial dance or fitness is very beautiful and versatile sport, more and more popular, and available not only to graduates of circus and acrobatic schools, but also to every child or adult without physical preparation.
The safety of the mounting is an elementary point. Please do not rig aerial prop on mountings for punching bag, swing hooks or TRX hooks.
Mounting is mage from structural steel and it is designed to be rigged in concrete, reinforced concrete and steel.
For this reason, we produce a mount that is designed for safety. The permissible dynamic working load is 340 kg. Thus, this Aerial Mount is can withstand much bigger loads.
The features of the Aerial Mount:
- Ideal for rigging aerial props and home, studio, school.
- Huge permissible dynamic workload 340 kg
- Tested and manufactured by specialists
- "invisible" in the ceiling
fixing to the ceiling
4 anchor bolts
fixing anchors: strength 340 kg
hook diameter: 30 mm
holes in the anchor base: diameter 10 mm
hook: 12 mm in diameter
structural steel base: 10 mm thick
hook: DIN 580, carbon steel C15
Safety factor 6: 1 (i.e. with a 6-fold load, deformation occurs = 6 * 340 kg = over 2000 kg, deformation occurs. During training, a load of 12 * body weight is created = fastening is safe for training for 2 people max. Weight up to 200 kg when properly installed in a suitable substrate.
WLL 0.34T CE mark = permissible working load is 340 kg
The mount is powder coated in white, so it is not visible in the ceiling.
Mounting to a concrete surface using mechanical anchors.
Always consult an experienced professional to determine if the ceiling or beam to which you intend to attach your anchor point is durable.
4 holes should be made in the surface (according to the spacing of holes on the mounting).
hole diameter: 10 mm.
Place the anchors in the holes using a hammer.
Tighten the anchors with a (preferably torque) wrench to the torque specified by the manufacturer (usually 30-40 Nm).