Firerings may be anchored in several different ways. Not all anchoring systems are available on all firerings. Check the description for each firering to determine which anchoring options are available.
TIP-BACK ANCHORS (TB)
Tip-back anchors for firerings, as specified by /TB in the model numbers, permanently locate firerings yet allow them to tip back for easy clean-out. The anchors are 1/2" dia. steel rod designed to be installed through welded-on tip-back brackets at the rear of the firering and embedded 15" into a concrete footing.
ANGLE SPADE ANCHORS (AL)
Angle spade anchors for firerings, as specified by /AL in the model numbers, secure firerings on site. The firering cannot be tipped up. The anchors are constructed of heavy 3/16" x 1-3/4" x 1-3/4" A-36 steel angle with a welded-on spade of 1/8" steel. Anchors are attached at equidistant points around the firering and installed directly into the ground without the need for concrete.
PIN ANCHORS (PA)
Pin anchors for firerings, as specified by /PA in the model numbers, permanently locate firerings. The anchors are "U" shaped 1/2" dia. steel rods and are embedded 15" into concrete footings. The anchors are installed through the draft/drain holes located around the lower perimeter of each firering. The firering cannot be tipped up.
TIP-BACK ANGLE SPADE ANCHORS (TA)
Tip-back angle spade anchors for firerings, as specified by /TA in the model numbers, secure firerings on site without concrete footings and allow the firering to tip back. Two angle spade anchors are inserted into the ground. The 1/2" dia. steel rod hinge pin is inserted through holes in each anchor and through the holes in the tip-back brackets welded to the firering. The rod is bent to secure the firering to the anchors.