Art Installations and Outdoor Sculpture Ground Anchoring
You've been working on your outdoor art installation for ages and now you're ready to install it for the exhibition. Problem is how are you going to secure it to the ground? GroundGrabba manufacture ground anchors that are designed specifically for ground holding ability. Be it for art installations and outdoor sculpture ground anchoring or for light aircraft tie downs GroundGrabba have drill driven screw-in ground anchor stakes to suit most ground types.
GroundGrabba have three different models to cover most ground anchoring needs and ground types:
Starting with the GroundGrabba Lite which is made for soft ground and sand which is made of glass reinforced nylon. Next up is our GroundGrabba Pro which like the GroundGrabba Pro II are both made of heat treated carbon steel that has been galvanised.
The GroundGrabba Pro is 300mm in length with a 19mm Hex Head for easy adaptation to your cordless drill. It has fights (spirals) that extend out from the shaft by 7mm. Made to use in most ground types. For extremely hard ground you will need to drill a pilot hole with a minimum of 10mm (max 14mm) in diameter and 300mm long.
Our GroundGrabba Pro II is the best for loose soft ground and sand. It reaches 600mm deep and has flights twice as wide at the Pro's. These can also be used in most ground types when you have larger works that need to stay put.
GroundGrabba Lite is 400mm in length and with aggressive flights (spirals) almost 50mm wide. It has a 19mm Hex Head with a built in hook.
GroundGrabba Pro is 300mm in length and has spirals/flights that are 24mm in diameter. It comes with the same 19mm size Hex Head for easy cordless drill adaptors.
GroundGrabba Pro II is 600mm in length and with aggressive flights (spirals) almost 40mm wide. It has a 19mm Hex Head and has extreme grip in even the softest of grounds.
We developed and designed GroundGrabbas initially for camping. Towards the end of finalising designs it became apparent that GroundGrabbas surpass the needs of the average camper and are in a completely different class, that of Ground Anchors.
Check out RV Daily magazine review and tests of old hammer in stakes compared to new screw in ones including GroundGrabba. In this article you'll see how GroundGrabbas outperform the competition.