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Posted on July 26, 2021

You cannot hoist or suspend materials from Rigid Rail Fall Protection Systems. An independent rail may be added for material handling purposes if the work tasks require it.
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Posted on July 26, 2021

Rigid Rail can be designed for any required number of users but typically 2-4. Bypass systems with multiple rails would be recommended for systems with more than 2 users.
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Posted on July 26, 2021

Depends on the application, task, clearance, and feasibility of installation. Rigid Rail offers superior fall distances while Horizontal Lifelines can be installed places Rigid Rail may not be feasible.
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Posted on July 29, 2021

A self-retracting lifeline is a type of lanyard that allows a user to move around freely within an area without requiring them to manually retract the cable. The lanyard extends and retracts based on the […]
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Posted on August 26, 2021

Four. This depends on building structure and purlin spacing.
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Posted on August 26, 2021

6 ft.
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Posted on August 26, 2021

The front section of the IFU and O&M outline the requirements for PPE that is attaching to the system.
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Posted on August 26, 2021

+/- 3 degrees – to allow for installation variance, but generally intended to be horizontal.
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Posted on August 26, 2021

The frequency will depend upon the environment, location and usage but should be at least every 12 months.
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Posted on July 21, 2021

One of the most common fall arrest solutions, Rigid Rail is an overhead track and trolley fall arrest system, paired with a self-retracting lifeline for workers at height and provide fall arrest solutions in environments […]
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