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Stainless steel fall arrest anchor SECURIFIX® potelet
for roofsconcretefor wood

stainless steel fall arrest anchor
stainless steel fall arrest anchor
stainless steel fall arrest anchor
stainless steel fall arrest anchor
stainless steel fall arrest anchor
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Characteristics

Material
stainless steel
Options
for roofs, concrete, for wood

Description

SECURIFIX® potelet is a anchoring system consisting of a post with its fastening plate, a sealing collar and an anchor ring conforming to standard EN 795 class A. SECURIFIX® potelet is used with compliant PPE (lanyard, fall arrest inertia reel, etc.). It can be installed on all concrete, timber and steel supports. • 10-year warranty (stainless steel) • Highly adaptable • Integrated sealing collar • Shipped within 48 hours SECURIFIX® potelet est un ensemble d’ancrage réunissant un potelet avec sa platine de fixation, une collerette d’étanchéité et un anneau d’ancrage conforme à la norme EN 795 classe A. POTELETSECURIFIX® potelet s’utilise avec un E.P.I. conforme ( longe, enrouleur, etc …). Il peut être installé sur tous supports béton, bois ou métallique. Material: Steel or stainless steel Finish: Galvanised or stainless steel painted RAL 7038 Technical information : Supplied with instructions and drawings can be consulted on the internet: extranet Option : Special RAL coulours on request for the stainless steel version. Our design office is at your disposal to propose custom solutions to meet every situation. The fact that the fastening, post, sealing collar and ring are all combined in one product provides a simple, economical solution. On a concrete slab, the device is fastened down with 4 x M12 fixings. To fix the device onto a steel or timber beam, SOMAIN SECURITE proposes a clamping system with a standard counter plate.

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