Miller Shadowlite Beam Anchors, 14 in, Locking System, Snap Button

SKU CCW-23-026-0049
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  • Aluminium and bronze construction
  • Attaches to carabiner or snap hook
  • Lightweight
  • Increase mobility and safety
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Product Overview

The ShadowLite Beam Anchor from the trusted brand of Miller products slides along a beam to enhance its user’s mobility and safety as it is made from lightweight aluminum and slides with relative ease. The clamping feet are made from durable bronze and so the device anchors to I and H beams ranges from 3 inches to 14 inches wide and up to 1 ¼ inches thick. Adjustments are made simple with no loose pins to worry about and the anchor can be connected using a carabiner or snap hook.


Miller ShadowLite Beam Anchor


  • Allows quick adjustments allows for great versatility on the job.
  • Glides easy way to increase mobility and safety.
  • Aluminium and bronze construction ensure durability and extended service life.
  • Attaches to carabiner or snap hook.
  • Lightweight.
  • Designed to fit 3-in. to 14-in. (102 mm to 305 mm) size beams.
  • Up to 25% lighter weight than most beam anchors on the market.
  • Meets OSHA and ANSI standards.




  • Weight: 4.28 lbs
  • Working Capacity: 400 lbs
  • Length: 14”
  • Tensile Strength: 5000 lbs
  • Manufacturer SKU: MIL01-8816-14/


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