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EN 795 Class A2 structural posts for use with horizontal life line systems

Postanka anchors for KeeLine

The Postanka range of anchors are designed to the requirements of EN 795 Class A2.  The fabricated, hot dipped galvanised anchors are ideal for occasions when it is preferable to mount directly to a building’s structure such as on traditional sloping roofs or onto concrete roof decks for green roofs.

The anchors are tapped to accept KeeLine® horizontal life line system but can also be used with the Ringanka range of eyebolts to produce single point anchor points for fall protection or rope access work.

Postanka anchors are available in two styles; Type 3 Postanka is designed to clamp around wooden or steel beans and features a solid adjustable height pedestal.  Type 6 Postanka has a solid pedestal welded to a 15mm thick base plate and is available with multiple fixing options.  In addition to the standard sizes, anchors can also be designed to suit specific site applications.

Postanka Type 3        Type 6 Postanka

  Type 3 Postanka                        Type 6 Postanka

 

High safety standards

Fully tested to meet or exceed current safety standards including:

  • EN 795 Class A2

 

Handsfree fall protection

  • Conforms to EN 795 Class A2
  • Provides supports for use with horizontal life line system
  • Available in 2 standard size and bespoke options for specific applications
  • Provides single point attachment for fall protection or rope access work

 

Fall protection annual inspection

Postanka® should be inspected and recertified annually in accordance with BS EN 365 and BS 7883 in order to ensure the continued safety of the systems.

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EN 795 Class A2 anchors

Mounting directly to a building's structure

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