Mobile Man Anchor (Supply Only)
Safesite’s CE Approved Mobile Man Anchor provides the complete solution for short term safety and low frequency operations.
Mobile Man Anchor Price Promise
At just £895, Safesite’s Mobile Man Anchor is one of the cheapest units on the market. If you do find a comparable product for less, then we guarantee to beat that price.
A saving of £134.75 can be made when ordering a complete kit for £995, which includes a Mobile Man Anchor, rope grab, rope (5m or 10m long), full body harness and back extension strap.
Full prices including delivery costs can be found on the Mobile Man Anchor price list.
Mobile Man Anchor Benefits
- Currently the lightest unit available on the market.
- Mobile Man Anchor can be used on all roof membranes, wet or dry, without having to add additional counterweights.
- Weights are supplied with unique suction cup rubber boots which help protect the roof membrane and increase frictional resistance.
- Compact design for ease of transportation.
- Fast and easy to assemble.
- Complies fully with current regulations, including BS EN 795.
Mobile Man Anchor FAQs
What is the weight of the unit?
The combined weight of the assembled anchor is 250kg, making it the lightest unit on the market.
What is the weight of the heaviest component?
The heaviest single component is the anchor weight at 19kg.
Do I need to add additional weights for different roof surfaces?
No. Unlike other anchor systems, Safesite’s Mobile Man Anchor can be used on all roof membranes without having to add additional weights.
Can I use my inertia reel with a mobile man anchor?
No. The HSE has issued a warning about the use of inertia/fall arrest blocks with an anchorage point on a horizontal plane, after research indicated that the block/cable could fail in the event of a fall. As a result, we now recommend using a shock absorbing rope grab device and 16mm twisted rope with the Mobile Man Anchor.
Can more than one worker be connected to an anchor?
No. Safesite’s Mobile Man Anchor has been tested to EN795 using a 100kg mass (average body weight) freefalling 2.5m. To add extra people to the anchor would require additional load testing and more weights which would then make the Mobile Man Anchor less user friendly.
Does it matter if any rubber boots are missing or damaged on the counterweights?
Yes. The rubber boots prevent damage to the roof membrane and increase the unit’s frictional resistance. If the boots are damaged or missing this can seriously affect the performance and safety of the Mobile Man Anchor. A set of 12 replacement boots can be bought from Safesite at £169 per set.