Galvanized steel fall arrest anchor Constant Force®
for roofsconcrete

galvanized steel fall arrest anchor
galvanized steel fall arrest anchor
galvanized steel fall arrest anchor
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galvanized steel
for roofs, concrete


MSA's Latchways® Freestanding Constant Force post provides assured worker safety at height where there is an occasional or temporary requirement to access flat roofs or structures. At the heart of the system is MSA’s unique Constant Force Technology. The Constant Force Post is contained within an anchor device consisting of a galvanized steel frame and galvanized steel weights bolted in a circular formation onto rubber coated base weights. In the event of a fall, the Constant Force post deploys to limit the load on the system while the weights simultaneously create a friction anchor between the unit and the roof surface. •Applicable where there is an occasional safety at height requirement •Suitable for flat roofs (maximum 5° pitch) •Can be used on a wide range of roof surfaces including concrete, single-ply membrane, bituminous membrane, sanded and stone chipping asphalt, and steel profile •No need to puncture the roof membrane to fix the system •Special rotating anchor turns through 90° for maximum user flexibility •Each anchor device protects a single user •Conforms to OSHA 1910.66 App C & 1926.502 clause (d) (15) •Conforms to BS EN 795 Class E Markets: Construction, General Industry, Mining, Oil & Gas, Utilities Applications: Working at Heights Materials Constant Force Post Base Plate: Aluminium, Powder Coated Insulating Ring: 30% Glass Filled Nylon 66 Tube: Aluminium, Thickness, Powder Coated Dome: 316s Stainless Steel, Electro-polished Coil assembly: 316s Stainless Steel Spreader Plate: 316s stainless steel Nuts & Bolts: Marine Grade A4 Stainless Steel



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