Burying-type anchor is a type of anchor that holds by digging their flukes into the bottom. Among them are the lightweight - flute anchor, and the heavier stockless plow anchors - coastal quick release (CQR), Bruce anchor, and mushroom anchor.

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"Anchor" is in the UNSPSC Code "31161701"
  Anchor nuts
Ref: 122233/2006-10-09

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