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Pre-Engineered Rigid Rail

Pre-Engineered Overhead Fall Safety

FlexTrack Rigid Rail Fall Protection System

Falls from a height remain the leading cause of fatal accidents and serious injuries in the workplace. One of the primary culprits is a lack of suitable safety equipment. The FlexTrack Fall Protection System (FlexTrack) is a rigid rail overhead track system. It offers the safety of short fall arrest distances with the ease, economy and flexibility of modular installation.

Why Choose FlexTrack?

There are several track systems available but FlexTrack offers distinct advantages that make it the preferred choice.

Quicker to fit - FlexTrack can be fitted using standard tools and lifting devices. No welding equipment is required. A typical system can be up and running in a day, ensuring less down time and minimal disruption to productivity.

Greater flexibility - Many overhead safety systems require expensive engineering or offer limited flexibility due to their size. Overhead electrical, plumbing and ventilation systems can limit their scope and effectiveness. Unlike engineered systems, FlexTrack has been designed to be attached to existing roof purlins and secondary steel.

Future-proof installation - Change is constant. When you need to rearrange your working environment, FlexTrack can be adapted to fit in. Unlike engineered systems, the modular design can be moved and re-configured.

Rigorously tested - Peace of mind is priceless, especially when safety is concerned. Like all FLS products, FlexTrack has been developed in consultation with experts who have decades of experience in the field of fall protection. Overseen by members of global safety committees, FlexTrack has undergone extensive testing to the following recognized standards:

  • EN 795: 2012 / CEN TS 16415:2013
  • BS 8610:2017
  • OSHA 29 CFR 1910.140 & 1926.502

Being able to prove that our fall protection systems have been assessed to meet high health and safety requirements gives our customers the confidence, that when dealing with Kee Safety, they work with a company that is leading the way.

 

EASIER INSTALLATION

EASIER INSTALLATION

Unlike other fall arrest systems, FlexTrack is designed for an easier and speedier installation. Your system can be specified through simple on-site measurements, and constructed with our off-the-shelf components. You’ll be safely up and running with the least interruption to your schedule.

A SAFER SYSTEM

A SAFER SYSTEM

The FlexTrack system’s rigid track stops a fall with a shorter drop. This reduces the chance of worker injury and damage to sensitive equipment. The system also eliminates the pendulum effect that can tug at other workers on the system and cause further damage or injury.

PEACE OF MIND

PEACE OF MIND

Safety is one area where no company can afford to go wrong. FlexTrack was designed and created by professional engineers and is backed by a global network of support. Rigorous testing to global standards has been completed in our internationally recognized test facility.

LESS EXPENSE

LESS EXPENSE

Rigid rail systems are less susceptible to degradation and need less maintenance than other systems. This saves money by reducing downtime and interruptions. What’s more, the simplicity of FlexTrack allows for full safety compliance with minimal training, ensuring productivity and safety are kept to a maximum.

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Pre-Engineered Rigid Rail FAQs

Can the system be powder coated?

Yes, however it may result in a tighter fitting clamshell and splice.

What are the annual inspection requirements?

The frequency will depend upon the environment, location and usage but should be at least every 12 months.

What is the level tolerance of the system?

+/- 3 degrees – to allow for installation variance, but generally intended to be horizontal.

What type of SRL shouldbe used with the system?

The front section of the IFU and O&M outline the requirements for PPE that is attaching to the system.

What is the minimum ground clearance?

6 ft.

What is the maximum number of users?

Four. This depends on building structure and purlin spacing.

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