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SUMMARY Antec . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 European Fall Protection Legislation . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Training . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Categories and Components of a fall arrest system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 How to avoid risks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Choose the right fall arrest system . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

A suitable solution for each working activity

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• Electric distribution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 • Electric transport . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 • Telecommunication (work on poles) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 • Telecommunication (work on pylons) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 • Rail transport (overhead cables) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 • Roofing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .roofing kit . . . 15 • Framework . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .framework kit . . . 16 • Weatherboarding/waterproofing . . . . . . . . . . .weatherb/waterp. kit . . . 17 • Scaffolding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .scaffolding kit . . . 18 • Industrial maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . industry kit . . .19 • Water company/confined space . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

List of Products

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Harnesses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 to 27 Work positioning belts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Lanyards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 to 31 Rope / Cable fall arrest grabs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Fall arrest retractable lifelines . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 to 35 Rescue equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36-37 Confined space . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Anchorage points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 to 42 Horizontal anchorage systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43-44 Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45-46

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ANTEC... greater proximity for increased safety With more than 20 years’ experience in fall protection equipment, Antec enables you to take advantage of the power of the world leader in PPE, Bacou-Dalloz (cost optimisation, quality development, R&D, etc.) whilst simultaneously offering a local service. This is made possible thanks to a commercial and marketing team that is totally dedicated to you. This dedication translates into delivery of personalized training courses, custom product design, and advice and studies that are tailored to individual needs.

ANTEC... greater safety for greater efficiency Although it is true that safety is the primary vocation of Antec products, they have always been designed with an eye to constantly improve the operator’s efficiency. Increasing efficiency entails a perfect knowledge of user constraints and requirements, as well as the capacity to offer complete solutions.

Exhaustive solutions The implementation of safe conditions, aimed at saving, lives is made possible by the exhaustive nature of our offer in fall arrest equipment - we do not merely provide systems but a complete solution including training, advice and reports, as well as checking equipment.

Solutions suited to every profession The men and women making up the Antec team are characterized above all by their knowledge of user requirements. This closeness to various types of customer has enabled us to develop specific equipment for each professional activity.

Innovative solutions The solutions developed by Antec are the fruit of close collaboration between our engineers and users who are specialists in their own domains : electricity, industry, telecommunications, etc. This has enabled us to propose innovations with an eye to improving efficiency (Quicklock, energy absorber, 180° rotating belt harness, lifelines, etc.).

ANTEC... a major global player Antec products are sold in more than 40 countries through a network of partners selected for their competence and expertise in fall protection solutions.

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EUROPEAN FALL PROTECTION LEGISLATION In Europe, three people die each day as the result of a fall (source European Union).

What does the law say? European legislation on falls stipulates that all employers using personnel working at a height must ensure the installation of a system to prevent falls. It is imperative that this protection be collective, but it may also be a form of individual protection : “The most appropriate means of access to temporary workplaces at a height must be selected according to the frequency of passage, the height to be negotiated and the duration of use”. ART 4.1.1 of the directive 2001/45/EC.

“Equipment is reserved for personal use, unless circumstances require the successive use of such equipment by several persons”.

“Specific provisions regarding the use of rope access and positioning techniques”

(a) the system must comprise at least two separately anchored ropes, one as a means of access, descent and support (work rope) and the other as backup (security rope); (b) workers must be provided with and use an appropriate harness and be connected by it to the security rope; (c) the work rope must be equipped with safe means of ascent and descent and have a self-locking system to prevent the user falling should he lose control of his movements. The security rope must be equipped with a mobile fall prevention system which follows the movements of the worker;

In exceptional circumstances where, in view of the assessment of risks, the use of a second rope would make the work more dangerous, the use of a single rope may be permitted, provided that appropriate measures have been taken to ensure safety in accordance with national legislation and/or practice”. ART 4.4. of the directive 2001/45/EC.

PPE must be subject to “annual checks”. “It is subject to a specific note in the safety register. It is conducted by a qualified person (internal or external) appointed by the Head of the establishment. The periodic checks do not exclude the obligation required of each user to check his equipment prior to use”.

(d) the tools and other accessories to be used by a worker must be secured to the worker's harness or seat or by some other appropriate means; (e) the work must be properly planned and supervised, so that a worker can be rescued immediately in an emergency; (f) the workers concerned must receive adequate training specific to the operations envisaged, in particular rescue procedures.

The use of rope access and positioning techniques must comply with the following conditions:

EUROPEAN FALL PROTECTION LEGISLATION

What are the standards?

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To be considered as Personal Protective Equipment, products must satisfy the harmonised European standards.

For this reason, all equipment must display the CE marking on a label forming a whole with the equipment, along with the standard relative to fall prevention products (directive 89-686 of 29 December 1989).

APPLIED EUROPEAN STANDARDS EN 341 Descenders EN 353-1 Guided Type Fall Arrestors with a Rigid Anchorage Line and Rails Systems EN 353-2 Guided Type Fall Arrestors with a Flexible Anchorage Line Systems EN 354 Lanyards EN 355 Shock absorbers EN 358 Work positioning systems EN 360 Retractable Type Fall arresters EN 361 Fall arrest harness EN 362 Connectors EN 363 Fall arrest systems EN 795-B Anchorage Devices - Class B EN 795-E Dead weight anchorage points EN 813 Work positioning leg strap belts (sit harness) EUROPEAN STANDARDS EN 795-A Fixed anchorage points EN 795-C Cable horizontal lifelines EN 795-D Rail horizontal lifelines EN 1496 Rescue Lifting Devices


TRAINING What are the obligations in terms of training? When the choice has been made to use personal protective equipment to guard against falling, the next step is to find solutions which comply with and are suitable to the work going to be carried out. It is especially important to learn how to use this equipment. This last point is unfortunately neglected all too often: in practice, technical improvements and compatibility between different types of PPE call for knowledge that only appropriate training can provide.

PPE belongs to class 3 equipment i.e. “death risk”, therefore it must be subject to specific care in terms of use, checking and maintenance/cleaning. Employers must provide their employees with suitable fall protection equipment and training to learn how to use it.

Our Training Department Antec has a network of highly qualified trainers at your disposal, qualified to teach you how to use fall arrest products, check and install them, etc. They are particularly keen to train you to overcome risks, prevent accidents and protect yourself. They can give you advise on: - improvement of your working conditions - respect of legal obligations - research of solutions for maximum safety.

Our Trainees have access to a complete training programme either in Vierzon or directly at their site: • audit on site • assessment for made-to-measure training • suspension work • prevention of fall from heights • checking PPE • rescue • etc.

For any information, please contact our Sales Department: + 33 2 48 53 00 89

Approved training centre under the following number : 241 800 37 618

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CATEGORIES OF PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT The first question to be asked when choosing equipment is: what function should the equipment fulfil? There are two principal functions: - preventing the operator from being in a position from which it is possible to fall: this is a “fall restraint system”. - limiting a fall and its impact, should the situation arise: it is then called a “fall arrest system”.

The restraint system This system consists of an anchorage point, a harness, and usually a single lanyard for attaching.

The fall arrest system This system is intended to limit the impact of a fall on the human body, keeping it below 6 kN. It includes an anchorage point, a harness and a fall arrest attachment system. This last item can take several forms: retractable fall arrester, rope grab, lanyard with energy absorber, etc.

work positioning system

Fall arrest attachment system (rope grab)

The fall arrest system can be completed with a “work positioning” system. This is recommended for operators who need to work at height whilst keeping their hands free. In this case, the operator must be equipped with an adjustable work positioning lanyard.

CATEGORIES AND COMPONENTS OF A FALL ARREST SYSTEM

FALL ARREST SYSTEM COMPONENTS

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A fall arrest system consists of three indispensable elements

The anchorage point

The attachment system

The anchorage point is the point to which the operator is attached. Its major characteristic is its strength (the standard requires that it holds more than 10 kN for at least 3 minutes).

The attachment system is often required to fulfil several functions : first and foremost, it must enable the operator to be attached to the anchorage point in order to limit his movement. Secondly, it must hold the operator in case of a fall and, finally, it must be able to break his fall in such a way that the impact on the body is below 6 kN. It is available in various forms: retractable fall arrester, shock absorber lanyard, rope grabs, etc. The choice of system depends on the context in which it is used and the function it is required to fulfil.

The anchorage can be mobile: tripod, sling - or fixed : by means of horizontal lifelines or anchorage plates. The anchorage point must however be attached to a support whose strength is also, and equally, guaranteed.

The body wear Only the complete harness (with shoulder straps and thigh straps) is approved within the context of fall arrest equipment. It has anchorage points to enable the attachment system to be connected, and thus to ensure the safety of the user. A good harness must be suited to the activity for which it is intended and offer the user: comfort (nature of straps, construction), functionality (number and positioning of anchorage points) and strength (the standard requires that anchorages resist over 15 kN for at least 3 minutes).

Body wear

Anchorage point

Attachment system


HOW TO LIMIT RISKS ?  FALL FACTORS AND FALL CLEARANCE THERE ARE 3 FALL FACTORS (in other words, 3 different levels of risk)

2 main elements must be taken into consideration when determining the equipment required: - The Fall Factor - in other words, the position of the anchorage point in relation to that of the operator’s.

Anchorage point situated:

FALL FACTOR 0 Above head level lanyard stretched above the person

FALL FACTOR 1 FALL FACTOR 2 To the back anchorage Below the back point of the harness, anchorage point of the or slightly higher harness, or near the feet

- The Fall Clearance - that is, the necessary distance between the anchorage point and the ground (or first obstacle) to avoid crashing into the ground in case of a fall. Consideration of these 2 elements enables the fall arrest system and more particularly the attachment system that will save your life - to be defined. The higher the fall factor, the greater the distance required to arrest the fall. Fall Clearance measurement is therefore indispensable. Fall Clearance varies according to the fall factor, and also according to which fall arrest system is used.

TWO EXTREME EXAMPLES: Use of a 2 m shock absorber lanyard at fall factor 2.

Use of a retractable cable Lifeline at fall Factor 0.

This is the case in which the Fall Clearance is greatest. You are therefore recommended to avoid this situation.

Because the retractable is a device which blocks almost immediately in case of a fall, its use in this type of configuration (at the highest point) is the case necessitating the lowest fall clearance. This is therefore the ideal situation.

Fall Factor 0

Fall Factor 2 Before Fall

Before Fall

User’s feet position Length of the lanyard: 2 m + energy absorber extension: 1.75 m + height of the human body: 2 m + safety margin: 1 m

After Fall

After Fall

User’s feet position Fall Clearance = 6.75 m

AVOID

Stop distance: 0.8 m + safety margin: 1 m

Fall Clearance = 1.80 m

PREFERABLE

 SWING FACTOR These 2 parameters (Fall Factor and Fall Clearance) will determine the most suitable fall arrest system. In certain situations, it will however also be necessary to take into account the Swing Factor.

Recommendation: angle should be < 30°

As the example below shows, Fall clearance can be significant even using a retractable as a fall arrest system at factor 0, if the operator is not positioned directly below the retractable, but offset to the right or left. The calculation of Fall clearance should take into account not only the Fall factor but also the lateral distance of the user from the anchorage point.

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CHOOSE THE RIGHT FALL ARREST SYSTEM î°? THE ACCESS TO THE WORK PLACE,

THE WORK PLACE AND THE RESCUE SOLUTION The evaluation of risks during work at height must take into account different elements : - the securization of the access to the work place. These accesses can be vertical, horizontal and eventually oblique. - the securization at the work place - the solution in terms of rescue further to a fall

3 WORK PLACE 2 HORIZONTAL MOVE

4 WORK ON INCLINED PLAN

3 WORK PLACE

CHOOSE THE RIGHT FALL ARREST SYSTEM

1 VERTICAL MOVE

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5 WORK PLACE

6 RESCUE

1 The user accesses to the terrace of the building thanks to a vertical ladder on which runs the cable grab Pivotloc

4 The work on inclined plan goes off thanks to the use of the rope grab Spiderblock II , connected to the sternal anchorage point of the safety harness.

2 The lifeline installed on the terrace allows the user to move freely horizontally secured by the Xenon runner. This runner runs along the cable automatically over the intermediate brackets and the corner part.

5 The window cleaner moves on a footbridge, whilst being attached to the Multirail which is installed above all windows. The Minimaxi retractable lifeline connected to the harness will stop his fall in less than 1 meter.

3 Once arrived at his work post, the user can work safely thanks to his Expand shock absorbing lanyard and his Elastomax harness.

6 In the case of a fall, a plan for rescue should be very quickly implemented. A second person will come and attach the person to be rescued , and will take him down. This operation will be made possible thanks to the use of a Double-Stop descender and a Blocmax rope grab.


A SUITABLE SOLUTION FOR EACH WORKING ENVIRONMENT ! To help make the choice of the most suitable equipment for each working environment as simple as possible, the following pages give you our product recommendations and how to use them. As with any selection, our recommendations per sector of activity are to be used as a guideline but they cannot replace a user needs assessment based on the actual working conditions.

Electric distrid ution

p 10

Electric transport

p 11

Telecommunication

(work on poles)

p 12

Telecommunication

(work on pylons)

p 13

Rail transport

(overhead ca dles)

p 14

Roofing

p 15

Framework

p 16

Weatherdoarding/waterproofing

p 17

Scaffolding

p 18

Industrial maintenance

p 19

Water company/confined space

p 20

A SUITABLE SOLUTION FOR EACH WORKING ENVIRONMENT !

LIST OF ACTIVITIES SELECTED :

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Telecommunication Electricity Transport

Harness with rotating belt “Energy Premium”

Webbing retractable lifeline “Minimaxi 1.5 m”

ref 101 41 84

ref 100 90 55

Ladder fixing equipment “Fixel” ref 101 36 26 (See page 46)

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Work positioning lanyard “Cam locking system”

Mobile anchorage point “Webbing anchorage sling with wear indicator”

ref 100 91 73

ref 100 99 72


Harness for suspension work “Spider”

Webbing retractable lifeline “Stopmax Evolution 6 m”

ref 100 89 40

ref 100 90 89

Rope grab on Kernmantel rope “Blocmax”

Telecommunication Electricity Transport

Rescue device “Double stop” ref 100 94 68

ref 100 91 10

2 Safety Ropes Kernmantel rope 20 m ref 100 93 83

Work positioning lanyard “Maxiglide” rope adjuster ref 100 97 52

Mobile anchorage point “Webbing anchorage sling with wear indicator” ref 100 99 72

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Telecommunication Electricity Transport

Anchorage point for pole “Lasso” ref 100 96 21

Telescopic Pole 8 m ref 100 96 20

Mobile anchorage point Anchorage sling 1.20 m with shock absorber

Harness with rotating belt “Energy Premium”

ref 100 92 25

ref 101 41 84

Work positioning lanyard “Cam locking system” ref 100 91 73

Rope grab on Kernmantel rope “Blocmax”

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ref 100 91 10

Safety Rope Kernmantel rope 10 m ref 100 93 82


Harness for suspension work “Spider” ref 100 89 40

Telecommunication Electricity Transport

Work positioning lanyard “Maxiglide” rope adjuster ref 100 97 52

Forked lanyard with shock absorber with 2 Zefir karabiners ref 101 40 63

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Telecommunication Electricity Transport

Harness with rotating belt “Energy Premium”

Work positioning lanyard “Maxiglide” rope adjuster

ref 101 41 84

ref 100 97 52

Anchorage point Maxitube with small cord ref 100 92 69

Rope grab on Kernmantel rope “Blocmax”

Webbing retractable lifeline “Minimaxi” 1.8m with Zefir karabiner

ref 100 91 07

ref 101 38 50

Telescopic Pole 6 m ref 100 96 18

Anchorage point “Vision” ref 100 99 75

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Building Construction

Roofing kit ref 101 42 04

> Harness Promax 2 ref 100 87 48

> Rope Grab Spiderblock II ref 100 91 38

> Webbing sling ref 100 94 60

> 2 Standard karabiners ref 100 92 50

> Marine bag ref 100 94 17

Harness “Promax 2” ref 100 87 48

Rope grab with webbing extension “Spiderblock II” 10 m

Mobile anchorage point Webbing sling 0.60 m ref 100 94 60

ref 100 91 38

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Building Construction

Beam anchor mobile sliding anchorage point ref 101 23 52

Framework kit ref 101 42 03

> Harness Promax 1 ref 100 87 09

> Elastic fall arrest lanyard “Expand” ref 100 97 72

> Marine bag ref 100 94 17

Harness “Promax 1” ref 100 87 09

Fall arrest lanyard Elastic “Expand” ref 100 97 72

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Building Construction

Mobile webbing lifeline kit swivel snap hooks with fall indicator with 2 webbing slings ref 101 21 13

Weatherboarding/ waterproofing kit ref 101 42 06

Harness “Elastomax 1 Classic”

> Harness Elastomax 1 “Classic”

ref 101 27 59

ref 101 27 59

> Cable retractable lifeline “Stopmax Evolution” 10 m ref 100 90 67

Cable retractable lifeline “Stopmax Evolution” ref 100 90 67 (steel sling ref 100 93 35)

Adjustable webbing anchorage point ref 101 24 73

> 2 Standard karabiners ref 100 92 50

> Rigid case ref 100 94 07

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Building Construction

Harness “Elastomax 1 Classic”

Webbing retractable lifeline “Minimaxi” 1.8m with Zefir karabiner

ref 101 27 59

ref 101 38 50

Scaffolding kit ref 101 42 05

> Harness Elastomax 1 “Classic” ref 101 27 59

> Webbing retractable lifeline “Minimaxi” 1.8 m with Zefir hook ref 101 38 50

> Marine bag ref 100 94 17

Shock absorbing lanyard 1m with a Standard karabiner and 1 Maxitube ref 100 92 03

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Harness Elastomax 2 “Premium”

Cable retractable lifeline “Stopmax Evolution” ref 100 90 67

ref 101 27 64

Industry

Industry kit Kit mobile webbing lifeline swivel snap hooks with fall indicator with 2 webbing slings ref 101 21 13

ref 101 42 07

> Harness Elastomax 2 “Premium” ref 101 27 64

> Webbing retractable lifeline “Minimaxi” 1.5m ref 100 90 55

> Webbing anchorage sling ref 100 94 60

> Marine bag ref 100 94 17

Webbing retractable lifeline “Minimaxi” 1.5 m with 2 Standard karabiners

Mobile anchorage point Webbing sling 0.60 m ref 100 94 60

ref 100 90 55

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Confined space Water compagny Draining

Cable retractable lifeline “Stopmax Evolution” 20 m ref 100 90 74

Tripod ref 100 94 41

Harness Elastomax 2 “Easy” ref 101 27 63

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Cable winch 25 m with support

Alternative: Cable retractable lifeline with rescue winch 20 m

ref 100 94 46

ref 100 90 48


LIST OF PRODUCTS You will find a selection of the major products sold by Antec in this section of the catalogue.

Our sales force remains at your disposal for a detailed presentation of any of these products or other versions not shown in the following pages.

The following 4 pictograms will help you to choose the right product for the right work environment:

Telecommunication Electricity Transport

Building Construction

Industry

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HOW TO CHOOSE YOUR HARNESS

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Determine the numder of attachment points required

1 point

2 points

Rear anchorage. It allows to connect a movement limitation or fall arrest system to the back of the worker. It is suitable for use of lanyards or retractable lifelines.

Rear and sternal (in the form of a metal D-ring or webbing loops). Can be used with most fall arrest systems. The sternal point is particularly suitable for use with rope or cable grabs. It offers a comfortable position in the event of a fall.

4 points

5 points

Rear, sternal and lateral. The two lateral points are designed for work positioning. In conjunction with the dorsal belt, the worker is held in place allowing a hands free environment

Rear, sternal, lateral and ventral Designed for suspension work , the harness includes a dorsal belt and padded leg straps for increased comfort in the seating position. The ventral attachment point is designed to be connected to a descender or an ascender.

The red arrows only refer to an anchorage point to connect a fall arrest device


Major characteristics of a harness

How to put your harness on 1 - Hold the harness

by the back D-ring, check that the straps are not twisted and that the thigh straps are open.

Shoulder straps

Back anchorage 2 - Put on the shoulder straps one at a time.

Safety stitching Sternal anchorage (via 2 linked loops) 3 - Pull the thigh straps between your legs in order to fasten them with the buckles. Adjust as required.

Tool-bearing rings

Chest strap Leg strap link

4 - A leg strap must not be too tight or too loose: you should be able to put your hand between the leg strap and your hip.

5 - Connect and adjust the chest strap

Leg straps

Buckles available - ”Classic” (flat buckle) - ”Easy” (tongue buckle) - “Premium” (automatic buckle)

6 - Make last adjustments and/or check that your harness is fitted properly and not too tight.

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FALL ARREST HARNESSES T h e

P R O M A X

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• Quick and easy to put on thanks to the different colours used for the upper part and the lower part of the harness • Comfortable : light and soft polyamide webbing • Prolonged service life thanks to high resistance to abrasion • Use : fall restraint and fall arrest systems

PROMAX 1

PROMAX 2

Harness with 1 rear anchorage point. Particularly adapted for Industry and Construction. Easy connection to a retractable lifeline or to a lanyard.

Harness with 2 anchorage points : rear and sternal. Allows simple connection to a retractable lifeline or lanyard, but also to a rope grab (for work on inclined surface, ex: roof).

Conforms to EN 361 Size M L

Conforms to EN 361

Reference 100 87 09 100 87 10

Size M L

PROMAX 3

UNIVERSAL

Harness with 3 anchorage points : 1 rear, and 2 front ( 2 steel D-rings). Includes an adjustable chest belt. Allows easy connection to a retractable lifeline, lanyard or rope grab. The front anchorage points improve lateral mobility.

Belt-Harness with 2 anchorage points : rear and front, plus 2 side rings for work positioning. Designed for jobs requiring a work positioning system (standing on feet). Includes a belt made up of an ergonomic pad for increased comfort. Easy adjustment of the belt thanks to the tongue buckles. Has 4 rings for tool-bags.

Conforms to EN 361 Size M L

Reference 100 87 79 100 87 80

Conforms to EN 358- EN 361 Size M L

Telecommunication / Electricity / Transport

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Reference 100 87 48 100 87 49

Building / Construction Other sizes : please consult us

Reference 100 88 33 100 88 34

Industry

Confined space / Water company / Draining


FALL ARREST HARNESSES T h e

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NEW Great freedom of movement > Stretch straps - Follows the shape of the body, - Increases your comfort at work - Any hindrance to your mobility is gone

TESTED UP TO 130 KG

> Sliding lateral straps - Follow your hip movements

Exceptionally comfortable > Ergonomic horizontal leg straps - Facilitate vertical and horizontal movements - No discomfort or pressure on the groin - Improved comfort in case of a fall

Buckles available in 3 versions:

“Classic”

“Easy”

“Premium”

elastomax 1

elastomax 2

Harness with 1 rear anchorage point. Allows to be connected easily to a retractable lifeline or a fall arrest lanyard.

Harness with 2 anchorage points : rear and sternal (through 2 loops joined together) Position and orientation of the sternal anchorage loops providing comfort and ergonomy.

Conforms to EN 361

Conforms to EN 361

“Classic”

“Easy”

Size S-M L-XL

Size S-M L-XL

Reference 101 27 50 101 27 59

Reference 101 27 51 101 27 60

“Premium”

“Classic”

“Easy”

Size S-M L-XL

Size S-M L-XL

Size S-M L-XL

Reference 101 27 52 101 27 61

Reference 101 27 53 101 27 62

“Premium” Reference 101 27 54 101 27 63

Size S-M L-XL

Reference 101 27 55 101 27 64

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FALL ARREST HARNESSES T h e

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PYLON HARNESS

SPIDER HARNESS

Harness with 1 rear anchorage point and 2 sternal steel rings Has a chest belt for optimum adjustment. Equipped with a rear webbing extension to ease the anchorage. The twin horizontal leg straps provide great comfort of movement in the ascent as well as the descent.

Fall arrest harness provided with different anchorage points : 1 rear, 3 sternal, 1 ventral (for suspension), and 2 side rings (for work positioning) Designed for work in suspension, particularly on pylons and ropes. Designed to facilitate rescue. Wide and comfortable back pad. Ergonomic padded leg straps for better comfort in the sitting position. Excellent position of the body during work in suspension. 4 tool-holder rings

Conforms to EN 361 Size M L XL

Reference 100 88 72 100 88 73 100 88 74

r a n g e

Conforms to EN 358- EN 361EN 813 Size M L XL

Reference 100 89 40 100 89 41 100 89 42

ELASTO-VEST Highly resistant jacket equipped with a safety harness Elastomax 2 Premium to provide you with comfort, softness and lightness (less than 1.7 kg !) Waterproof VEST, made of 70 % polyester, 30 % cotton, Doubled in cotton, - Adjustable size in height and width to fit at best the morphology of each user, - Numerous tool-bearing plastic rings and pockets - Openable lining for the withdrawn of the harness

MAXIVEST Poly-cotton vest including a harness. Harness with 2 anchorage points : rear and sternal. Quick to put on. Comfortable. Lateral pockets. Conforms to EN 361

ELASTIC HARNESS 2 anchorage points (see page 25) Horizontal thigh straps (automatic buckles) for a maximum comfort (no pressure on the groin)

Size M L XL

Reference 100 89 66 100 89 67 100 89 68

Conforms to EN 361 Size M-L XL

Reference 101 43 32 101 43 33

NEW Telecommunication / Electricity / Transport

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Building / Construction Other sizes : please consult us

Industry

Confined space / Water company / Draining


FALL ARREST HARNESSES NEW

Range of harnesses designed for jobs requiring work positioning and for ascension of pylons or poles. • 180° rotating belt to facilitate lateral work • Reinforced ergonomic leg straps (horizontal shape) • Elastic shoulder straps that follow body movements and increase the user’s comfort at work, • Quick and easy to adjust thanks to the tongue and automatic buckles, • Has 1 rear anchorage point and 1 sternal (via 2 loops joined together) and 2 side rings for work positioning, • Fitted with 6 tool-bearing or tool case bearing rings

CLASSIC Very easy belt adjustment and locking thanks to the automatic buckle. Flat coated buckles at the leg straps. Conforms to EN 358- EN 361 Size S-M L-XL

Reference 101 41 80 101 41 81

BELT 180° ROTATING EASY

PREMIUM

Very easy belt and leg strap adjustment and locking thanks to the tongue buckles.

Quick to put on : 3 automatic buckles (belt and leg straps) Conforms to EN 358- EN 361

Conforms to EN 358- EN 361 Size S-M L-XL

Size S-M L-M

Reference 101 41 82 101 41 83

BELT 180° ROTATING

Reference 101 41 84 101 41 85

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WORK POSITIONING BELTS

LIGNEX ERGO

ECO BELT

Belt fitted with a foam rubber back pad with 2 side rings for work positioning. Automatic buckle. Also exists with tongue buckle. Designed for jobs requiring work positioning during long lengths of time (ex: on poles) Has 2 tool-bearing rings.

Work positioning belt fitted with a foam rubber back pad with 2 side rings. Flat buckle. Back pad with comfort plate. 2 side rings and 4 tool-bearing rings (2 vertical and 2 horizontal).

Conforms to EN 358

Conforms to EN 358

Size M (automatic buckle) L (automatic buckle) M (tongue buckle) L (tongue buckle)

Reference 100 90 29 100 90 30 100 90 33 100 90 34

Size M L

Reference 100 90 18 100 90 19

WORK POSITIONING LANYARDS

• Work positioning lanyards allow the user to work at height hands-free. • Gradually adjustable, they allow the user to be in the most comfortable position. • They are fitted with a “Standard” karabiner and an “Astuce” karabiner.

MAXIGLIDE ROPE ADJUSTER Ergonomic : the rope adjuster Maxiglide moulds to the shape of the fingers. Very light : made of aluminium. Allows a precise and easy adjustment of the length of the rope. Rope : polyester for a great resistance to bad weather.

CAM ROPE ADJUSTER

JAWS ROPE ADJUSTER

Fitted with a handle for easy adjustment.

Easy adjustment.

Conforms to EN 358

Length Reference 2m 100 91 77 3m 100 91 78 4m 100 91 79

Conforms to EN 358

Length Reference 2m 100 91 73 3m 100 91 74 4m 100 91 75

Conforms to EN 358 Length Reference 2m 100 97 53 3m 100 97 52 4m 100 97 51

MOBILE PROTECTIVE COVER To be mounted on work positioning lanyard Reference 100 91 93

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Industry

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RESTRAINT LANYARDS • Lanyards designed to secure the user by limiting his range of movement to prevent him from falling / being in a position where a fall is possible. • Forked lanyards are designed for activities in which the user has to disconnect very often (ascent on pylons, etc.)

LANYARD WITH 2 SPLICED END BUCKLES

LANYARD WITH 2 STANDARD KARABINERS

Polyamide twisted rope lanyard. Diam. 12 mm.

Polyamide twisted rope lanyard. Diam. 12 mm. 2 Standard karabiners, opening 17 mm

Conforms to EN 354 Length Reference 1m 100 93 10 1,5 m 100 92 97 2m 100 93 18

Conforms to EN 354 Length Reference 1m 100 93 07 1,5 m 100 92 93 2m 100 93 85

FORKED ROPE LANYARD WITH 2 MONTBLANC

FORKED WEBBING LANYARD WITH 2 MAXITUBE

Kernmantel rope lanyard. Diam. 11 mm. 1 Standard karabiner, opening 17 mm. 2 Montblanc karabiner, opening 50 mm. The user is always connected horizontally or vertically. (e.g.: scaffold)

Polyamide 25 mm webbing lanyard. 1 Standard karabiner , opening 17 mm. 2 aluminium Maxitube hooks, opening 65 mm.

Conforms to EN 354

Conforms to EN 354

LANYARD WITH 2 KARABINERS : 1 STANDARD + 1 MONTBLANC Polyamide twisted rope lanyard. Diam. 12 mm. 1 Standard karabiner, opening 17 mm. 1 Montblanc karabiner, opening 50 mm. Conforms to EN 354 Length Reference 1m 100 99 61 1,5 m 101 30 10 2m 100 93 73

ADJUSTABLE ROPE LANYARD Polyamide twisted rope lanyard with rope adjuster. Diam. 14 mm. Conforms to EN 354 Length Reference 2m 100 93 19

Length Reference 1m 100 94 00 1,5 m 101 40 61

Length Reference 1m 100 97 90 1,5 m 100 97 92

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FALL ARREST LANYARDS Shock absorbing lanyards: essential to limit fall arrest forces Example : fall of more than 2 meters in Factor 2 with a rope lanyard : - without shock absorber : the body will be subject to fall arrest forces of 1600 daN - with shock absorber : the fall arrest force is lower than 600 daN

â&#x20AC;˘ shock absorbing lanyards > the EXPAND lanyard, light and expandable. From 1.2 (contracted) to 2 meters (stretched), it avoids all risk of stumbling over the lanyard. It also has an inner fall indicator. It reduces the total force of a fall by up to 70%.

1 Standard karabiner, opening 17 mm, and 1 aluminium Maxitube, opening 65 mm.

EXPAND LANYARD

Conforms to EN 355

2 Standard karabiners, opening 17 mm.

Length Reference 2m 100 97 71

Conforms to EN 355

1 Standard karabiner, opening 17 mm, and 1 Montblanc, opening 50 mm.

Length Reference 2m 100 97 70

Conforms to EN 355 Length Reference 2m 100 97 72

> Rope or webbing lanyards with a shock absorber

SHOCK ABSORBING WEBBING LANYARD

SHOCK ABSORBING WEBBING SLING

Polyamide 25 mm webbing lanyard, with 2 Standard karabiners, opening 17 mm.

Shock absorbing 25 mm webbing lanyard. Designed to be used as an anchorage point and as a fall arrester.

Conforms to EN 355 Length Reference 1,5 m 100 92 12 2m 100 92 13

Conforms to EN 355 and EN 795 Length Reference 0,8 m 100 92 14 1,2 m 100 92 25

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Building / Construction Other lengths : please consult us

Industry

Confined space


FALL ARREST LANYARDS

SHOCK ABSORBING ROPE LANYARD

SHOCK ABSORBING KERNMANTEL ROPE LANYARD Sewed kernmantel rope diam. 11 mm. With 2 Standard karabiners, opening 17 mm. Conforms to EN 355 Length Reference 1,5 m 100 97 68 2m 100 97 67

Twisted rope diam. 12 mm. Conforms to EN 355

With 1 Standard karabiner, opening 17 mm + 1 Maxitube hook, opening 65 mm.

With 2 Standard karabiners, opening 17 mm.

Length Reference 1,5 m 100 97 58 2m 100 97 59

Length Reference 1,5 m 100 92 02 2m 100 91 98

With 1 Standard karabiner, opening 17 mm + 1 Maxitube hook, opening 65 mm. Length Reference 1,5 m 100 92 03 2m 100 91 99

• Forked shock absorbing lanyards Forked (“Y”) are specially designed for the ascension of pylons, as they allow the user to climb up while being secured at all times.

FORKED KERNMANTEL ROPE LANYARD

FORKED WEBBING LANYARD Shock absorbing 25 mm webbing lanyard. With 1 Standard karabiner, opening 17 mm. 2 aluminium Maxitube hooks, opening 65 mm. Conforms to EN 355 Length Reference 1m 100 92 31 1,5 m 101 40 48 2m 101 40 49

Sewed kernmantel rope diam. 11 mm. Adapted for moves on scaffolds and pylons. With 1 Standard karabiner, opening 17 mm. 2 Zefir karabiners, opening 60 mm. Length Reference 1m 100 99 56 1,5 m 101 40 66

Conforms to EN 355

With 1 Standard karabiner, opening 17 mm + 2 Maxitube hooks opening 65 mm.

With 1 Standard karabiner, opening 17 mm + 2 Zefir karabiners opening 60 mm. Length Reference 1m 101 43 40 1,5 m 101 43 41

Length Reference 1m 100 97 63 1,5 m 100 97 65

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ROPE OR CABLE GRABS Rope grabs are mainly designed to secure the user in the ascent and descent. They can be used on vertical and inclined surfaces. The user is directly connected to the rope grab and moves easily and freely along the rope without any risk. In the case of a fall, the rope grab blocks immediately and stops the fall. Grabs can be used when the space clearance is very low since the fall arrest is almost immediate.

TEM A LOCKING SYNST FITTED WITH K E DESC TO BLOC THE

SPIDERBLOCK II

BLOCMAX

Automatic rope grab that cannot be opened. Rope diam. 12 mm. Provided with a webbing extension of 30 cm and a Standard karabiner. Stainless steel rope grab , cannot be opened for a maximum safety. Fitted with a webbing extension of 30 cm to provide the user with maximum comfort in the event of a fall, and to ease his movements. Can be attached on the rear or on the sternal anchorage point of the harness. Delivered with a rope.

Openable rope grab, the Blocmax has 2 functions : • automatic • and manual (for work on inclined surfaces to restrain movement) Delivered with a Standard karabiner. Also exists with or without dissipator, 2 versions : twisted rope or kernmantel rope • Works on horizontal, inclined or vertical surfaces, • Can be easily mounted with only one hand Openable : to allow the mounting at any point of the rope Follows the rope without manual intervention. Has triple safety : 3 movements are required to open it.

Conforms to EN 353.2

Length Reference 10 m 100 91 38 20 m 100 91 39 30 m 101 13 43

Conforms to EN 353.2.

On kernm. rope 11 mm On kernm. rope + dissipator On twisted rope 14 mm On twisted rope + dissipator

Reference 100 91 10 100 91 13 100 91 07 100 91 09

COUNTER-WEIGHT

SAFETY TWISTED ROPE 3 strand polyamide rope, diam 14 mm. With spliced buckle for anchor and spliced end. Suitable for use with a Blocmax Conforms to EN 696. Length Reference 10 m 100 93 21 20 m 100 93 22 per meter100 92 87

SAFETY KERNMANTEL ROPE

SKC CABLE GRAB

Kernmantel rope diam 11 mm. With spliced buckle for anchor and spliced end. Suitable for use with a Blocmax.

Grab to mount on stainless steel cable 8 mm. Exists with and without a dissipator. To be used on a vertical plan. Light and compact. Blocks immediately in the case of a fall. Conforms to EN 353.1

Length Reference 10 m 100 93 82 20 m 100 93 83 per meter101 04 41

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Designed to ensure the rope is straight on a vertical plan. The rope grab slides more easily on the rope.

Reference Without dissipator 100 91 21 With dissipator and 2 karabiners 100 91 24

Building / Construction

Industry

Confined space

Reference 101 43 53


RETRACTABLE LIFELINES Various lengths available, ranging from 1.5 m to 30 m. Retractable lifelines ensure maximum movement, vertically and even horizontally (with the Cable Stopmax Evolution) The automatic braking system stops any fall immediately. These products are especially recommended when the Fall Clearance is very small.

VERTICAL L USE AND HORIZONTA

STOPMAX EVOLUTION CABLE RETRACTABLE LIFELINE 5 to 20 m cable retractable lifelines. 4.5 mm galvanised wire or stainless steel cable Features a Fall Indicator and swivel Snaphook.

130 KG TESTED UP TO

Approved for Vertical and Horizontal use (with a 2 m steel anchorage sling - ref 100 93 35) Lightweight (5 kg for the 10 m block) High impact resistant housing (in polypropylene) Includes a built-in handle Allows quick re-inspection and repair. Ideal for construction and industrial applications Conforms to EN 360

Karabiner before a fall Stainless Steel cable version

Galvanised cable version Length 5 m w/o. Karabiner 10 m w/o. Karabiner 15 m w/o. Karabiner 20 m w/o. Karabiner 5 m w. F.I.* Karabiner 10 m w. F.I.* Karabiner 15 m w. F.I.* Karabiner 20 m w. F.I.* Karabiner

Reference 100 90 65 100 90 67 100 90 76 100 90 74 100 90 64 100 90 69 100 90 82 100 90 77

Length 10 m w/o. Karabiner 15 m w/o. Karabiner 20 m w/o. Karabiner

Reference 101 26 54 101 26 55 101 27 02

Karabiner after a fall

* Fall Indicator

RESCUING RETRACTABLE LIFELINE 20 m cable retractable lifeline including a retrieval winch. Complete with an automatic karabiner. Aluminium housing. Conforms to EN 360 Reference 100 90 48

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RETRACTABLE LIFELINES ULTRA-LIGHT : 800 GR

MINIMAXI 1,5 M 1.5 m webbing retractable lifeline. Features a shock absorber and 2 karabiners. Ideal for use from 2 to 6 m up from the floor. • Especially designed to restrain movement and for work positioning. • Extremely Light (800 gr), can be carried while being attached to harness D-ring. • Can be directly attached either on the harness D-ring or on the anchorage point (can be used in both directions) • Highly resistant : 18 mm Kevlar polyester webbing • Stops the fall immediately Conforms to EN 360

With 2 Standard karabiners With 1 Standard + 1 Zefir karabiner

Reference 100 90 55 101 38 50

MAXISANGLE 2,5 M 2.5 m polyamide webbing retractable lifeline. Features a shock absorber and 2 karabiners. Compact and Light : 1.2 kg. Allows movement up to 2.5 m far from the anchorage point. Conforms to EN 360 Reference 100 90 51

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Building / Construction

Industry

Confined space / Water company / Draining


RETRACTABLE LIFELINES TIO TH/WEIGHT RA THE BEST LENG ARKET ON THE M

STOPMAX EVOLUTION 6 M WEBBING RETRACTABLE LIFELINE 6 m webbing retractable lifeline. Equipped with 2 aluminium “Classique” karabiners. Compact. Highly resistant Kevlar webbing. High impact resistant housing. Lightweight : 1.5 kg. Stops the fall immediately. Allows quick re-inspection and repair. Conforms to EN 360

STOPMAX EVOLUTION 15 M WEBBING RETRACTABLE LIFELINE 15 m retractable kevlar webbing lifeline. Equipped with a “Standard” karabiner and a swivel snaphook. Recommended for high ascensions ; features excellent length-weight ratio. Conforms to EN 360 Reference 100 99 45

Reference 100 90 89

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RESCUE EQUIPMENT

CASUALTY RESCUE KIT AUTOMATIC SELF DESCENDER Automatic descent device designed for self rescue. Once connected to the rope, the person is automatically rescued down at a speed of 0.8 m/second, thanks to the centrifugal force brake. Lightweight : 1.4 kg (without rope) Maximum descent height of 400 m. Conforms to EN 341

With 10 m rope With 20 m rope With 30 m rope With 40 m rope

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Reference 101 43 25 101 43 26 101 43 27 101 43 28

System which enables the rescuer to lift the victim in order to release his fall arrester system and to rescue him. Maximum length : 2 m. Bag carrying : 1 pulley, 1 bloker and 2 karabiners. Lightweight : 1.2 kg. Conforms to EN 367 pr 1278 Reference 101 43 31


RESCUE EQUIPMENT DOUBLE STOP

RESCUING KIT

Manual descent device with double safety. Suitable for 11 mm kernmantel rope. Designed for technical access and rescue. Features Anti-panic autobraking system. Blocks immediately when the operator clutches or releases the device. Moved to the midpoint, the handle allows for a smooth descent in total control. Made in stainless steel.

Rescue kit composed of : - 1 Double Stop device - an 11 mm kernmantel rope, length: 30 m - 2 webbing slings, with automatic karabiner (one to attach the person to be rescued and the other to attach to the rope) - 1 bag Reference 100 96 26

Conforms to : EN 341 - Class A

STOP

DESCENT

Reference 100 94 68

STOP

UNIVERSAL RESCUE DEVICE Can be used to raise or lower a third party or can be self operated. Provides a reliable method of raising or lowering personnel. Includes a 9 mm kermantel rope. Max rescue height : 150 m Max weight : 150 kg Controlled descent of 1.10 m/sec. Aluminium housing. Conforms to : EN 341 Length 10 m 20 m 30 m 40 m

Reference 100 94 74 100 94 75 100 99 74 100 94 77

ASCENDER Ascension handle that enables the operator to ascend an 8 to 11 mm kernmantel rope. Designed for rope ascension, rescue and technical access. Ergonomic and Lightweight (in aluminium). Conforms to EN 567

Right handle Left handle

Reference 100 94 55 101 38 14

BLOKER

RESCUE PULLEY

Chest blocker designed for rope ascension. Suitable for 8 to 11mm kernmantel rope. To be combined with an ascension handle. Ergonomic and lightweight (Aluminium). Max weight : 150 kg.

Aluminium drum pulley. Designed for 8 to 13 mm kernmantel rope. Rescue and technical access use. Ergonomic and lightweight Conforms to EN 1278 Reference 100 94 54

Conforms to EN 567 Reference 100 94 57

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CONFINED SPACE TRIPODE Mobile anchorage system designed for people access in confined space. Suitable for use on manholes, tanks, hatches and other below-ground work and confined spaces. Three fully adjustable telescopic legs, in aluminium and rubber studded caps providing slip-free footing. Custom designed head with 3 attachment points: 2 mounted pulleys and 1 auxiliary eye bolt. Can be used with a winch and a retractable lifeline or with a retractable rescue lifeline. Quick and easy to install. Maximum load capacity : 250 kg. Conforms to EN 795 Reference Tripod only 100 94 41 Tripod + winch 100 94 42 Tripod + rescuing retractable 100 94 43 Tripod + winch + rescuing retractable 101 31 17 Tripod carrying bag 100 94 25

RESCUING RETRACTABLE LIFELINE WINCH 25 m cable Winch. Maximum charge of 250 kg on Tripod. Both for rescue and to lift material. Integrated braking system. Easy operation, mechanical efficiency 5:1 Supplied with support. Reference 100 94 46

20 m cable retractable lifeline including a retrieval winch. The handle allows to lower or lift a person. In case of emergency, stops the fall immediately with an impact force < 6 kN. Aluminium housing. Conforms to EN 360 Reference 100 90 48

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Building / Construction

Industry

Confined space / Water company / Draining


CONNECTORS Antec provides a wide range of connectors, of varying sizes, openings, weights, locking systems, breaking strengths and shapes. STANDARD

DRAGON

CLASSIQUE

Steel karabiner. Manual screwgate keylock Opening : 17 mm Breaking strength : 25 kN

Anodised aluminium karabiner Twistlock. Triple security Opening : 24 mm Breaking strength : 22 kN

Aluminium karabiner. Manual screwgate keylock Opening : 18 mm Breaking strength : 22 kN

Conforms to EN 362

Conforms to EN 362

Conforms to EN 362 Reference 100 92 79

Reference 100 92 50

Reference 100 92 76

HERCULE

MISTRAL

SIMPLEX

Steel karabiner. Twistlock. Opening : 18 mm Breaking strength : 25 kN

Triangular aluminium karabiner. Twistlock. Opening : 19 mm Breaking strength : 28 kN

Triangular aluminium karabiner. Manual screwgate keylock Opening : 19 mm Breaking strength : 24 kN

Conforms to EN 362

Conforms to EN 362 Reference 100 92 51

Conforms to EN 362 Reference 100 92 74

Reference 100 92 54

SUPER-TOP

GIROUETTE

ANAPURNA

Triangular steel karabiner. Twistlock. Captive eye. Opening : 20 mm Breaking strength : 22 kN

Steel swivel snaphook. Double action keylock. Opening : 22 mm Breaking strength : 20 kN

Steel snaphook. Captive eye. Double action keylock. Opening : 21 mm Breaking strength : 22 kN

Conforms to EN 362

Conforms to EN 362 Reference 100 92 77

Conforms to EN 362 Reference 100 92 47

Reference 100 92 48

MONTBLANC

MAXITUBE

ZEFIR

Steel scaffold hook. Captive eye. Double action keylock. Opening : 50 mm Breaking strength : 22 kN

Aluminium scaffold hook. Captive eye. Double action keylock. Opening : 65 mm Breaking strength : 22 kN

Conforms to EN 362

Conforms to EN 362

Aluminium scaffold hook. Self locking gate. Captive eye with rope latch (opening : 20 mm) Double action keylock. Opening : 60 mm Breaking strength : 22 kN Ideal for connexion on pylons, scaffolding, â&#x20AC;Ś

Reference 100 92 49

Reference 100 92 56

Reference 100 92 55

Conforms to EN 362

MAXICROCHE

Reference 100 92 57

Aluminium scaffold hook. Captive eye. Double action keylock. Opening : 100 mm Breaking strength : 20 kN Designed to be used with a lanyard or a telescopic pole, to install an anchorage point at a distance. Conforms to EN 362

KARIBOU

GRIPMAX

Steel scaffold hook. Captive eye. Double action keylock. Opening : 85 mm Breaking strength : 22 kN

Stainless steel grip. Anchorage point suitable for use with connectors (diam. up to 40 mm). Opening : 75 to 140 mm Breaking strength : 25 kN

Conforms to EN 362

Conforms to EN 362 Reference 100 92 58

Opening 75 mm 100 mm 140 mm

Reference 100 92 63 100 92 64 100 92 65

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ANCHORAGES

QUICKLOCK

D REMOVABLE AN INT PO OR CH AN LE AB REUS

Removable and reusable anchor point for concrete applications. Suitable for 16 mm drill and 90 mm deep hole. Ideal for quick and easy tie-off applications. One hand installation and removal. Vertical and horizontal use. Strength > 10 kN Conforms to EN 795 - B Reference 100 97 28

STEEL SLING Mobile steel anchorage point. 6 x 19 sheathed cable. Breaking strength > 10 kN To be combined to cable Stopmax Evolution for Horizontal use (2 m).

GRIPLITE Mobile beam anchor. Adjustable from 75 to 360 mm Use for construction or steel erections. Conforms to EN 795 - B Reference 101 23 52

Conforms to EN 795 - B

• Easy to transport, lightweight : 1.4 kg (aluminium). • Trails freely behind the worker with little intervention required. • Fits a wide range of beams : ranges from 75 to 360 mm wide, and up to 33 mm thick. • Easy to adjust : simply press the ratchet button (large enough to be operated when wearing gloves).

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• Highly resistant : up to 22 kN. • Can be used on the top or bottom flange of beams. • Can be attached to any connector thanks to the large attachment point.

Building / Construction

Industry

Length 1m 2m

Reference 100 93 34 100 93 35

Confined space / Water company / Draining


ANCHORAGES

NEW WEBBING SLING WITH WEAR INDICATOR Mobile anchorage point composed of 2 tubular webbings. Features an anchorage buckle and a wear indicator. Breaking strength : 35 kN Length : 1.2 m Permits an easy detection of the webbing wear state. Conforms to EN 795 - B

ADJUSTABLE WEBBING ANCHOR POINT

Reference 100 99 72

Allows the user to be closely attached to the anchorage point on the structure. Easy to install. Can be attached on : posts, trees, sky domes, beams, chimneys,â&#x20AC;Ś May be used with the Antec horizontal webbing lifeline. Breaking strength > 22 kN.

WEBBING SLING

Conforms to EN 795 - B

Mobile anchorage point. 20 mm polyamide webbing. Breaking strength > 22 kN

Length 1.5 m 3m 6m

Conforms to EN 795 - B Length 0.60 m 0.80 m 1m 1.20 m 1.50 m

Reference 101 36 28 101 36 29 101 24 73

Reference 100 94 60 100 94 61 100 94 66 100 94 62 100 94 65

ANCHOR SLING Mobile anchorage point. 45 mm polyamide webbing. Features 2 metallic rings. Breaking strength > 22 kN. Conforms to EN 795 - B Reference 100 94 63

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ANCHORAGES 65 AND 100 MM OPENING HOOK WITH CORD Can be attached to a structure of 100 mm or 65 mm. Can be used in conjunction with a telescopic pole to install at ground level an anchorage point for a vertical lifeline. Closing system by safety pawl. Made of aluminium. Breaking strength : 15 kN Conforms to EN 795 Opening 65 mm 100 mm

Reference 100 92 69 100 92 73

GO 100

6 M POLE

8 M POLE

Aluminium telescopic pole. Used to install an anchorage point from a distance. Length folded : 2.15 m

Vinylester telescopic pole. Used to install an anchorage point from a distance. Length folded : 1.90 m.

Conforms to EN 795 Weight : 1.680 kg

Conforms to EN 795 Weigth : 2.5 kg

Reference 100 96 18

Reference 100 96 20

GO 65

LASSO Anchorage made with isolating material for telescopic pole. Made in galvanised steel cable with PVC protective coat. Allows to encircle the top head of a wood pole or concrete pole in order to create an anchorage point (in conjunction with a pole). Breaking strength > 22 kN Maximum structure size : 250 mm.

Reference 100 96 21

Conforms to EN 795 - B

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Building / Construction

Industry

Confined space / Water company / Draining


ANCHORAGE SYSTEMS WEBBING LIFELINE Mobile webbing horizontal lifeline (in polyester 35mm). With a ratchet webbing adjuster and 2 swivel fall indicator hooks. Breaking strength : 20 kN Packed in a bag. Can be used by 2 people at the same time, Maximum deflection : 2 m Adjustable length from 5 to 20 meters, Swivel hooks to prevent the webbing from twisting. Conforms to EN 795 - B

Mobile lifeline With 2 anchor slings

Reference 101 20 60 101 21 13

BY 2 PEOPLE CAN BE USEDAME TIME AT THE S

VISION ANCHORAGE POINT Stainless steel anchorage point designed for the connection of big opening hooks, especially on overhead rail poles. Easy connection thanks to the big opening of the anchorage point and thanks to the orientation. Colour : yellow, for a better visibility in the dark. Opening : 60 mm x 50 mm. Breaking strength > 35 kN.

ECTION: MAXIMUM DEFL S ER ET 2M

FALL INDICATOR ANCHORAGE POINT Stainless steel fixed anchorage point designed to secure a person equipped with a fall arrest system. It has been designed so that any fall is visible to the naked eye. Breaking strength > 35 kN. Conforms to EN 795 Reference 100 94 89

Before a fall

After a fall or a mechanical overload of 400 daN

Conforms to EN 795-A Reference 100 99 75

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HORIZONTAL ANCHORAGE SYSTEMS

EASY TO INSTALL > Small number of components > Pre-tension indicator > Span between posts : up to 15 m > No special tools required > Easy to fix support brackets with one hand only

SAFELINE Permanent cable horizontal lifeline. Maximum span between posts : 15 m. Made of stainless steel. Pre-tension indicator. Fall indicator. Calculation software. Dissipation shock absorber : fall forces reduced to under 800 daN Conforms to EN 795 C for 3 users

EASY TO USE > Up to 3 users > Simple passage through intermediate brackets > User can attach and detach at any position on the lifeline > Fall indicator Reference Safeline Kit (absorber, tensioner, swageless termination, information sign)

For any other component, please consult us.

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101 28 72


ACCESSORIES LEATHER TOOL BEARING CASES (FLAPPED)

SUPPORT BELT Lower back support belt in textile with Velcro closing system.

Leather tool bearing cases with 1 or 2 pockets.

Size Reference M 100 90 40 L 100 90 41 XL 100 90 42

Reference 2 pockets (26 x 26 x 10 cm) 100 94 16 2 pockets (33 x 23 x 10 cm) 100 94 15 1 pocket (33 x 23 x 10 cm) 100 94 13

ABS HELMET

CAP

Safety helmet fitted with a chin strap (of mountain type) High resistance to lateral deformation. Inside made of hydroflock (absorbs water 30 to 40 % more than foam does)

Protective cap adapted for any type of helmet. Fleece fur for high protection against cold. Reference 100 96 90

Conforms to EN 397 Reference 101 32 20

REPORTER BAG

HIMALAYA BAG

Back bag in coated fabric highly resistant. Height: 60 cm -Diam. 30 cm. Capacity: 27 litres. Reinforced bottom. Transport handle.

Back bag in coated fabric highly resistant. 20 x 30 x 60 cm. Capacity : 42 litres. Shoulder strap with comfort pad. Transport handle. Foam at the back for a better comfort.

Reference 100 94 20

Reference 100 94 21

MARINE BAG Marine bag in polyamide fibre. 47 x 27 cm. Reference 100 94 17

TOOL-BEARING LANYARD Meets the European Directive 2001/45/EC requirement : The tools and other accessories to be used by a worker must be secured. Elastic lanyard from 66 to 120 cm, with a karabiner and a tightening clamp Reference 101 32 00

NEW

TWIN CONNEXION LANYARD FOR STERNAL ANCHORAGE Allows to join the steel rings of a harness in order to make 1 sternal anchorage point on the Promax 3 and Pylon harnesses. Length : 0.40 m. Reference 100 94 02

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ACCESSORIES HERE IS THE SOLUTION TO SECURE YOUR LADDER !

BAG WITH STRAP Bag with shoulder strap in polyamide fibre. Size: 45 x 20 x 21 cm.

FIXEL Allows you to secure a ladder in order to avoid sliding or tipping over. Kit including 2 fixing parts and a 8 m long rope. Suitable for any type of ladder. Weight : 1.5 kg (whole kit) Reference 101 36 26

2001/45/EC Art 4.2. : “The feet of the ladder should be prevented from slipping during use”.

Reference 100 94 23

RIGID SUITCASE Plastic rigid case. Size: 55 x 36 x 12 cm. Reference 100 94 07

TRANSPORT BAG Bag with shoulder strap in polyamide fibre. Size: 70 x 40 x 40 cm. With 2 handles. Reference 100 94 24

PPE BAG Bag in high resistant fibre. Size : 70 x 35 x 35 cm. 3 pockets on the front side for bigger storage. 2 inside compartments. Reference 100 94 26

STORAGE BOX Plastic storage box with casters. Size : 82 x 45 x 31 cm. Reference 100 94 08

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