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  • Collins-Corp-Ltd
    Testing Powder Coating Timber Bracing Steel Bracing Drop Testing FAQ Installers Outlets Collins Corp Ltd The Hawkes Bay Regional Council building has undergone extensive external refurbishment works carried out by Mackersey Construction Ltd of Hastings Collins Corp was called in to provide Height safety anchor points for future roof maintenance PS1 from a Structural Engineer which covers the attachment point of the anchors to the structure for building consent and

    Original URL path: http://www.roofanchors.co.nz/Collins%20Corp%20Ltd (2016-04-26)
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  • Membrane-flashing-detail
    Anchors Concrete Anchors Surface Anchors Temporary Anchors Mounting Brackets Height Safety PPE Safety Shop Mounting Bkt s Safety News Links Research Testing Powder Coating Timber Bracing Steel Bracing Drop Testing FAQ Installers Outlets Membrane Roof Flashing Detail Safetor S E015

    Original URL path: http://www.roofanchors.co.nz/membrane-flashing-detail (2016-04-26)
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  • Safetor-Reinforced-Anchor-Detail
    FAQ Installers Outlets Safetor Reinforced Anchor Detail The Safetor Reinforced Anchors is load rated for 21kN and meets all the requirements of the AS NZS 1891 2 2001 Standards Horizontal Lifeline and Rail Systems AS NZS 1891 4 2009 Standards Industrial Fall Arrest Systems and Devices This anchor can be used for any number of other applications This Anchor can be in designed into any Precast Concrete Panel PFC before

    Original URL path: http://www.roofanchors.co.nz/safetor-reinforced-anchor-detail (2016-04-26)
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  • Claw Anchor
    place all legs should be adjusted up tight Diagram 1 Shows working on a single line this method is used when working in one place NB By using only a single line the work positioning anchor will have to be moved as you work Diagram 2 Shows by working off two lines This method use is when you moving around the roof You are attached between two anchor points thus removing the pendulum effect This method is best used when painting a roof cleaning out gutters or replacing a roof in some cases you may need a second single leg anchor on the other end of the roof Diagram 3 Shows the roof screw and the top hat washer placed through a mounting bracket NB Always use the top hat washers supplied when installing the Claw anchor see Diagram 4 Installation Insert top hat washer into central hole and the end of the anchor leg Insert screw into top hat washer and screw into place by using drill Repeat until all legs are attached Step 1 Remove roof screws where the anchor is to be placed use socket supplied Step 2 Spread out legs as seen in diagram 4 Attach

    Original URL path: http://www.roofanchors.co.nz/About-Temporary-Anchor (2016-04-26)
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  • S/E001 Single Ended Roof Anchor
    Steel bar with an overall height of 200mm This anchor is best suited for roofing with a low profile The Mounting plate is Manufactured from 10mm Mild Steel with two x 18mm holes on either side of the main shaft Load reduction The Safetor S E001 anchor can reduce the loading on the structure to 3 8kN Certification The S E 001LP Anchor has been fully tested to the AS NZS 1891 4 2009 Standards by Material Testing Laboratories Applications as per AS NZS 1891 4 200 Standards Strength Requirements for anchorages Ultimate Strength End anchor for horizontal lifeline 44kN 1 Person Free Fall Arrest 15kN 2 Person Free Fall Arrest 21kN 1 person Limited Free Fall Arrest 12kN NB 1 Anchorage strength applicable when using restraint technique is either 15kN or 12kN 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 Bolting Bolts used on this anchor are 4 x M16mm construction bolts Blasting Profile blasted to remove all scale and grease etc Coatings Kulorthene ABCITE THERMOPLASTIC POWDER COATINGS Kulorthene Series ABCITE thermoplastic powder coatings have been developed

    Original URL path: http://www.roofanchors.co.nz/se001 (2016-04-26)
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  • S/E002LP
    purlins This Low Profile anchor can be used for Fall Arrest Abseil and as an end anchor for lifelines Manufactured from 30mm Mild Steel solid bar with an overall height of 235mm 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 Load reduction The Safetor S E002LP anchor can reduce the loading on the structure to 3 8kN Certification The S E 002LP Anchor has been fully tested to the AS NZS 1891 4 2009 Standards by Material Testing Laboratories Applications As Per AS NZS 1891 4 2009 Standards Strength Requirements For Anchorages Ultimate Strength End anchor for horizontal line 44kN 1 person Free Fall Arrest 15kN 2 person Free Fall Arrest 21kN 1 Person Limited Free Fall Arrest 12kN NB 1 Anchorage strength applicable when using a restraint technique is either 15kN or 12kN 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 Bracing Plates The S E 002LP has a two piece bracing plate which is attached using the mounting plate bolts This plate allows for bracing to be bolted between the anchor and a bracket on the purlin below for a more solid connection see details Welding All welding has been carried out by engineers that are certified to ASME IX Standards Bolts Bolts used to attach the anchors are M16mm Construction Bolts Blasting Profile blasted to remove all scale and grease etc Coatings Kulorthene ABCITE THERMOPLASTIC POWDER COATINGS Kulorthene Series ABCITE thermoplastic powder coatings have been developed specifically for enhanced long term corrosion protection high impact strength and excellent exterior weathering Read more

    Original URL path: http://www.roofanchors.co.nz/SE002LP (2016-04-26)
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  • D/E003 Double Ended Roof Anchor
    wall causing a step One end of the Anchor protrudes up through the higher roof plane while the other protrudes down through the soffit Some building owners may require an anchor point inside the buildings over equipment for maintenance and also out side for roof maintenance this anchor point covers both The D E 003 anchor is designed to be bolted to both Timber or Steel structures and different configurations may be required and are able to be provided This anchor can be used for Fall Arrest Abseiling and as an end anchor for lifelines Manufactured from 30mm Mild Steel bar and can be suited for any height and configuration One or two Mounting plates can be fitted the the shaft which are Manufactured from 4mm Mild Steel plate with 3 x 18mm holes per plate on either side of the main shaft for ease of adjustment Each anchor comes with 4mm backing plates to match the mounting plate Certification The S E 005 Anchor has been fully tested to the AS NZS 1891 4 2009 Standards by Material Testing Laboratories Applications as per AS NZS 5532 2013 Standards Manufacturing Requirements for single anchor point device use for harness based work at height AS NZS 1891 4 200 Standards Strength Requirements for anchorages Ultimate Strength End anchor for horizontal lifeline 44kN 1 Person Free Fall Arrest 15kN 2 Person Free Fall Arrest 21kN 1 person Limited Free Fall Arrest 12kN NB 1 Anchorage strength applicable when using restraint technique is either 15kN or 12kN 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 Bolting Bolts used on this anchor are 2 4 x M16mm construction bolts per mounting plate

    Original URL path: http://www.roofanchors.co.nz/de003 (2016-04-26)
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  • C/A004 Concealed Roof Anchor
    structures but may just as easily be bolted to steel as required 1 Fits all types of smooth surfaced roofs pan or crest fixed 2 Can be turned upside down to give more options of fixing to structure below roof 3 Removable eyebolt allow s the roof anchor to be concealed while not in use 4 Provides a clean roof line where protruding Anchors would detract from visual appearances 5 This anchor can be used for Fall Arrest and total restraint 6 Manufactured from Mild Steel The location of the Anchor within the roof is distinguishable by the cap washer used to seal the eyebolt hole against weather ingress The cap washer would be invisible from ground level but easily seen from on the roof It would be out of line from the other roof screws Tek Screw and Profile Washer not included with anchor as there are so many roofing profiles Available from roofing manufacturer Certification The C A 004 anchor has been fully tested to the AS NZS 1891 4 2009 Standards by Material Testing Laboratories Applications as per AS NZS 1891 4 200 Standards Strength Requirements for anchorages Ultimate Strength 1 Person Free Fall Arrest 15kN 1 Person Limited Free Fall Arrest 12kN 2 Person Total Restraint NB 1 Anchorage strength applicable when using restraint technique is either 15kN or 12kN 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 Bolting Bolts used on this anchor are 2 4 x M16mm construction bolts per mounting plate Coatings Because this anchor is not exposed to the harsh environments it only requires under coating with Zincshield which is a zinc rich epoxy powdercoat Installation The installation should only

    Original URL path: http://www.roofanchors.co.nz/ca004 (2016-04-26)
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