Dutton-Lainson has made Danforth style in the US for years but recently stopped making them over 16 Lbs. We bought 75 ea of the 22# anchors at a special price and they are no longer available. So when they are gone, they’re gone. They have an extra long shank at 35". [read more]
A new product for 2019. When your looking for an extremely heavy duty set net anchor, these are the ticket. Made in the US by Dixie, a division of MacLean Power, they complement the smaller 1" with 8" auger and 3/4" with 6" auger. All these are drop forged and hot galvanized. They come standard… [read more]
Mondo purchased the Norfloat buoy company and has made some major improvements. New high strength rope eyes, low temp compound and anti-fade colors makes this product last for multiple seasons. *Never overinflate buoys, 2 psi max for 18” and under (M-10 to 18) and do not exceed 1 psi for larger than 18” (M-20 to… [read more]
Mondo bought the old Norfloat buoy company and then made some major improvements. New high strength rope eyes, low temp compound and anti-fade colors make them last for multiple seasons. *Do not over-inflate, never exceed 2 psi for the HF low drag buoys* [read more]
Danforth and Navy (also known as Stockless) are very common for 50' plus ships. Danforth or LWT anchors are very good at holding in different bottoms and Stockless are much shorter or lower profile so can be hung the the ships side for storage. [read more]
by Hubbell Power Systems
The ¾” with 6” plates have a 6500# holding capacity in class 5 soils, can use up to 400# of torque The 1” with 8” plates have a 11,000# holding capacity in class 5 soils, can use up to 1000# of torque [read more]
We import our Chain, Rope, Bruce, Danforth style anchors and stainless hardware direct from overseas. Our buoys are Norfloat brand made by Mondo in Ohio. Our totes are from Smak and Bonar.
Arctic Wire Rope and Supply is Alaska's longest established and largest manufacturer of slings, chokers and bridles made of wire rope, cable, nylon web, polyester round and grade 10 chain. We do it all right here in Anchorage and were awarded the Alaskan Manufacturer of the Year in 2006.