Reinforced dynamic lifting anchor for lifting, turning over a building element

(10) WO 2018/042083 Al

(22) 02.09.2016

(43) 08.03.2018

(57) The invention relates to a lifting anchor for lifting a build­ing element, such as a concrete panel, comprising a head part that can be attached to a lifting ring, a foot and a body interposed between the head and the foot, the body and the foot being intended to be immersed in the material of which the building element is made, the anchor extending in a main plane along a longitudinal axis and comprising at least two sub-parts, each one defining various successive portions respectively forming the head, the body and the foot of the...

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