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Easy to transport. • Under 30 lbs. for ease of transport and installation. Simple setup. • Installs on the ladder in 5 minutes or less. Versatile installation. • The ladder anchor can be mounted to the front or behind the ladder with left, right or center alignments. Compatible with your existing fall protection harness. • Unlike a fixed cable system, this solution doesn’t require a front D-ring, which can reduce overall implementation costs.
KATTCLIMB® Caged Fixed Ladders are available in a variety of kits to suit different applications. Various options are available for these modular, aluminum access ladder systems to ensure every need or safety standard can be met. Constructed of aluminum, these caged fixed ladders are lightweight, sturdy and non-corrosive. As with all of our products, KATTCLIMB® Caged Fixed Ladders meet OSHA and ANSI standards as applicable, but they are also ergonomically designed for user comfort as well as safety.
KIT INCLUDES: The KATTCLIMB® Ladder Fall Arrest System is a safe and secure way to arrest falls when working at height. Our fall protection ladder system consists of lightweight, high-quality materials that are easy to handle and install. This listing ships as a kit for a single, fast delivery and includes the components you need to get started, including:
- Stainless steel cable (to suit height required)
- Ladder mounting bracket system
- Tensioner device
- Termination device
- Cable guides (for heights over 26 ft.)
- Traveler Device
- Full Body Harness with Front D-Ring
The SKYTAC climbing protection system allows you to climb safely up or down to any height or depth on installed vertical ladders. The guide rail with a C profile is made from 3mm wide galvanized steel and the rungs have an extra zinc layer for better protection against corrosion. To enhance the safety of users of the climbing protection system, SKYLOTEC has developed the SPEED, the only runner in the world with two redundant brake systems and a catch function that works according to speed. The principle behind SPEED is simple: the lock system is hidden in the housing and is therefore protected against unwanted access. An additional lever means that SPEED works like a pull-back runner. The runner is short and so, therefore, is the fall distance. This makes it easier to climb and also reduces injuries caused during falls. In the event of a failure of the pull-back system, whether through misuse or unfortunate circumstances, the runner can only reach a maximum pre-set speed. If this speed is exceeded, the second safety catch independently kicks in: a centrifugal brake swings the lock system out and the runner is blocked. A high number of catch in the TAC rail allow a very short fall distance. This significantly reduces the risk of injury in the event of a possible fall.