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AC351 Rung Mounted Permanent Vertical Fall Arrest System

Product Code: AC351-VFAS
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The AC351 Rung mounted permanent vertical fall arrest system consists of a guided fall arrester on a stainless steel rigid vertical cable. The AC351 rope grab is attached to the permanently installed cable and then connected directly to the front attachment point of the safety harness. The AC351 rope grab will follow the worker up and down the cable and in the event of sudden downward movement (falling), it will lock onto the cable keeping the impact force below 6kN.

Must be used with AC351 vertical travelling device Product code: AC351-VTD (sold separately)

All the system components are made of stainless steel

The system can be used in a temperature range of -30 deg C to +50 deg C

The system is in compliance with EN353-1:2014 and the EU Directive 89/686/EU

The system is for installation to the rungs of steel ladders conforming to BS4211 with round rungs 12mm – 22mm

Technical Details:

  • Max. rated load: 100kg
  • Min. rated load: 50kg
  • Operating temperature range: -30ºC - +50ºC
  • Breaking Force: Less than 6kN
  • Fall arrest distance: Less than 1mtr
  • Static strength: Not less than 15kN

Installers of the AC351 Rung mounted permanent vertical fall arrest system must have adequate knowledge and experience in the subject, in particular, the EN353-1:2014 standard. The installer takes full responsibility for the assembly and suitability of the supporting ladder/structure.

On request, the manufacturer will provide all necessary technical information concerning the system design

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Option code: AC351-VFAS-STAND
£501.35£417.79 (ex VAT)
(£290.13 ex VAT)
£379.49 Set inc VAT
(£316.24 ex VAT)
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