Safetor Intermediate Roof Anchor
Safetor intermediate anchor: SEO15HPI-12mm-16mm Roof anchor
All exposed Safetor Anchors meet the requirements of the AS/NZS
1891.2:2001 Standards Horizontal Lifeline and Rail Systems and AS/NZS
1891.4:2009 Standards Industrial Fall Arrest Systems and Dev
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The Safetor intermediate anchor: SEO15HPI-12mm-16mm anchor is designed to be bolted to 4 x 2 timber trusses / timber Purlins or steel purlins.
This Safetor intermediate anchor is used for attaching horizontal lifelines to.
Manufactured from 30mm Mild Steel solid bar with an overall height that can be made to any length from 235mm to 600mm.
Mounting plate is 4mm thick Mild Steel with 3 x 16mm holes on either side of the main shaft.
This anchor comes with a backing plate which matches the mounting plate.
This Safetor anchor can reduce the loading on the structure to 3.8kN
All exposed ™Safetor Roof Anchors meet the requirements of the AS/NZS 5532.2013 Anchor testing Standards, AS/NZS 1891.2:2001 Standards Horizontal Lifeline and Rail Systems and AS/NZS1891.4:2009 Standards
Industrial Fall Arrest Systems and Devices
Safetor intermediate anchor for horizontal lifeline 22kN
1. Anchorage strength applicable when using restraint
technique, is either 15kN depending on whether
the ultimate fall is Free-Fall
or Limited Free-Fall.
2.'Ultimate Strength' means that the anchorage may yield
at the stated load but must not fail.
Mild Steel 30mm Black Bar 300 grade
Mild Steel 10mm Black Bar 300 grade
Mild Steel 10mm Light Plate 250 grade
Bolts used on this anchor are 4 x M16mm construction bolts.
Profile blasted to remove all scale and grease
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The installation should only be carried out by a competent person as set out in the AS/NZS 1891.4:2009 Standards.
CCL provides a warranty on product performance of the anchor and not the structure.
It is the responsibility of the Installer, Building Designer or Building Owner to ensure that the structure to which the
anchor is attached to will support a load of at least 15kN as set out in the AS/NZS 1891.4:2009 Standards.
If there is any doubt about the structures adequacy a Structural Engineer should be consulted