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Wire based fall protection where guardrails are not suitable or when a virtually invisible solution is required
KeeLine Fall Protection Life Line
The KeeLine® horizontal life line system provides continual, handsfree protection for up to three users when used as a fall arrest system. The system is designed so that the traveller which connects the user to the systems simply glides over the system’s brackets, overcoming the need to detach from the system. KeeLine also incorporates PAS (Progressive Absorbing System). If the user falls, the shock absorbers, intermediate brackets and support posts will deploy and deform so that the loadings applied to the building’s structure is below 10Kn.
KeeLine® can be installed to any steel cladding panel, beam/column structure, solid parapet walls and flat roofs via a support post. For instances where the life line system cannot be fixed through the roof’s structure, a free standing fall arrest/restraint system can be provided using linked Safesite Mobile Man Anchors. A series of Mobile Man Anchors can be linked at approximately 10m centres via the KeeLine horizontal restraint line.
Handsfree Fall Protection Features and Benefits
- Continual, handsfree fall protection system
- Suitable for rooftops, facades and overhead applications
- Progressive Absorbing System minimises shock loadings in the event of a fall
- Allows spans of up to 24m and 3 users
- Traveller allows users to detach and re-attach at any point on the system
- Conforms to EN 795 Class C
- CE approved to the PPE Directive
High Safety Standards
Fully tested to meet or exceed current safety standards including:
- EN 795 Class C – Personal fall protection equipment – Anchor devices
Fall Protection Annual Inspection
KeeLine® should be inspected and recertified annually in accordance with BS EN 365 and BS 78883 in order to ensure the continued safety of the systems.
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