Danforth anchor is a term used to refer to the brand of lightweight anchor which has pivoting flukes that dig into the ground as tension is placed on the anchor. It does not have a stock.

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"Anchor" is in the UNSPSC Code "25111907"
  Anchor lines
Ref: 122260/2006-10-09

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Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): Anchors, anchors

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