Max working load of 1,000 lbs
Keeps suspension points away from building
Supports platforms, cages, and bosun chairs
Compliant with latest OSHA requirements
Like silent sentries that are on duty 24 hours a day, our anchor products are ready to satisfy a multitude of your fall protection requirements. Made of the highest quality U.S. certified carbon steel, anchors are manufactured by certified welders and are designed and tested to withstand a minimum 5,000 lb load. Roof anchors can be used for securing lifelines and the tieback of suspension equipment or direct rigging of a bosun’s chair for window cleaners. Our expansive anchor product line meet or exceed OSHA and ANSI safety standards and are compatible with new construction as well as retro-fit projects.
Weldable Rooftop Anchor
Used on new steel frame construction, the Weldable Roof Anchorage is field-welded to structural beams. Web stiffeners and bracing can be applied for added strength.
The cast-in-place anchorage is used on concrete roofs. The embed and anchorage are placed during forming—before the concrete is poured—for a permanent, structural anchor point.
The Beam Wrap Anchor offers a solution when an adequate sized steel beam is available for attachment.
Used on roof deck or floor slabs where the thickness and strength of the concrete is adequate, the Epoxy Anchorage is attached with stainless steel rods and secured using certified adhesive systems.
The Bolt-through Anchorage is used on roof or floor slabs that are made of structural concrete. The anchor is attached through the deck with bolts, back plates, lock washers, and nuts
WOOD DECK ANCHORAGES
FORCE MANAGEMENT ANCHORAGES
The Force Management Anchorage offers tremendous versatility due to its abililty to attach to many different kinds of roof deck regardless of structure available. This anchor is classified as a deforming anchor (tipover style). The unique energy absorbing system inside this anchor reduces the overturning moment on the structure by over half (compared with a typical rigid anchor). Their only limitation is they cannot be used for suspended access. These are ideal, however, for retrofit projects.
Wall anchorages are available in a variety of models and capable of attaching to the same substrates that roof anchors can be affixed to.