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FlexPlate – 8″ x 8″ Steel Wall Anchor Plate

Single Terminal Point

SKU: 8PLATE

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5.00 (1 reviews)

$59.00

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You won’t find a more durable, heavy-duty, and professional looking anchor plate.

Works perfect for securing a tensioned cable line, for applications such as batting cages, barrier netting, and gym curtains.

Description:

Create attachment point for overhead cable lines with our FlexPlates.

8-inch wall plates used to span multiple blocks in a block wall to help distribute tension load of cable line.

Can also be installed on wood headers.

Specifications:

  • 1/4″ Thick Steel Wall
  • Pre-drilled 9/16″ anchor holes (allows lag attachment to multiple blocks, dispersing tension)
  • Plates and anchor tab use schedule 40 1/4″ steel
  • Anchor tab welded into center (3,000 lb constant load rating)
  • Mild Steel Plate, 50,000 lbs PSI minimum
  • Finish: Super Durable full gloss black powder coat paint (scratch-resistant / weather-resistant)

*Anchor ring and lags sold separately.

Customer Spotlight:

These photos were sent to us from an actual customer who used these FlexPlates for their batting cage.

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How to Install an Indoor Batting Cage

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1 review for FlexPlate – 8″ x 8″ Steel Wall Anchor Plate

  1. Anonymous (verified owner)

    usFlorida, United States

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FAQ's

What is the best net material for outdoor use?

Can you build a custom net to any size?

Can I make a standard size net work in a smaller space?

What size are standard size nets?

How wide should my batting cage tunnel be?

How tall should my net be?

I’m a facility owner. I want multiple lanes within one large shell net. Can you do that?

I’m a facility owner. What type of netting do I need?

What type of indoor batting cage should I get?

What type of outdoor batting cage should I get?

Do you have lightweight, portable outdoor batting cages?

I want a durable batting cage for outdoors. Which one would you suggest?

What size net do I need for my batting cage?

There are many netting material types. What type of material do I need?

I’d like to set up a batting cage in my home, basement, garage, backyard, or sports facility. How do I get started?

You won’t find a more durable, heavy-duty, and professional looking anchor plate.

Works perfect for securing a tensioned cable line, for applications such as batting cages, barrier netting, and gym curtains.

Description:

Create attachment point for overhead cable lines with our FlexPlates.

8-inch wall plates used to span multiple blocks in a block wall to help distribute tension load of cable line.

Can also be installed on wood headers.

Specifications:

  • 1/4″ Thick Steel Wall
  • Pre-drilled 9/16″ anchor holes (allows lag attachment to multiple blocks, dispersing tension)
  • Plates and anchor tab use schedule 40 1/4″ steel
  • Anchor tab welded into center (3,000 lb constant load rating)
  • Mild Steel Plate, 50,000 lbs PSI minimum
  • Finish: Super Durable full gloss black powder coat paint (scratch-resistant / weather-resistant)

*Anchor ring and lags sold separately.

Customer Spotlight:

These photos were sent to us from an actual customer who used these FlexPlates for their batting cage.

.         

How to Install an Indoor Batting Cage

1 review for FlexPlate – 8″ x 8″ Steel Wall Anchor Plate

  1. Anonymous (verified owner)

    usFlorida, United States

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

FAQ's

What is the best net material for outdoor use?

Can you build a custom net to any size?

Can I make a standard size net work in a smaller space?

What size are standard size nets?

How wide should my batting cage tunnel be?

How tall should my net be?

I’m a facility owner. I want multiple lanes within one large shell net. Can you do that?

I’m a facility owner. What type of netting do I need?

What type of indoor batting cage should I get?

What type of outdoor batting cage should I get?

Do you have lightweight, portable outdoor batting cages?

I want a durable batting cage for outdoors. Which one would you suggest?

What size net do I need for my batting cage?

There are many netting material types. What type of material do I need?

I’d like to set up a batting cage in my home, basement, garage, backyard, or sports facility. How do I get started?