Rooftop Safety Lifeline System

Cable based fall restraint and fall arrest solutions

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KeeLine Cable Based Safety Lifeline System

KeeLine safety lifeline system can be used as a fall restraint and fall arrest safety solution and designed specifically for your working environment. When collective protection is not possible, or a virtually invisible solutions is needed, our wire based system is ideal for hands free working at height.

What is a safety lifeline system?

KeeLine horizontal lifeline is a wire based fall protection cable system that is installed parallel to a fall hazard. Users are connected to the system via a lanyard and harness and are able to move freely around the roof surface.

Our cable system comprises 8mm grade 316 stainless steel wire and allows spans up to 12m between posts and is suitable for up to 3 users.

 

 

Protecting our workers

The KeeLine safety lifeline system has been developed to allow safe access to a roof for maintenance and inspection workers.

The system features PAS (Progressive Absorbing System). If a user falls, the shock absorbers, intermediate brackets and support posts deploy and deform, reducing the load impact to the building’s structure to below 10Kn.

 

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Why Use KeeLine Personal Protection?

Continuous Protection

Workers are attached to the system at all times and have continuous ‘hands free’ protection

In-House Design

Customer solutions designed in-house to suit specific roof types and layouts

Approved Compliance

KeeLine is full tested and complies with EN 795:2012

60 Second Overview of the KeeLine Safety Lifeline System

A few examples of how KeeLine can be used

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KeeLine Engineered Lifeline Brochure

KeeLine wire based lifeline system provides fall arrest or restraint protection when working at height.

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