Anchorage Connector Components
MSA's Anchorage Connector Components for use in fall arrest and confined space entry applications.
Workman FP Stryder™ Beam Anchor
Workman FP Stryder™ Beam Anchors quickly and easily attach to an I-beam flange without the need for any tools.
Freestanding Constant Force® Post
MSA's Latchways® Freestanding Constant Force post provides assured worker safety at height where there is an occasional or temporary requirement to access flat roofs or structures.
Intended to be used in a basket configuration only, the Cable Sling is approved for use by one person at a time with approved systems. Two strands of cable sling must be of equal length to ensure an even distribution of a load.
Rail-Slider Anchorage Connector
This device is easily and quickly installed anywhere along an approved anchorage (rail). The Rail Slider™ Anchorage Connector will move along the rail, pulled by the worker's lanyard/harness. No unhooking and re-hooking of the lanyard is required when changing work locations. The rail slider consists of a pair of rail profile plates, which interlock via a set of receiving bolts. A lanyard is attached to an approved carabiner securing the profile plates to the crown of the rail.
Vertical Beam Clamp
Designed for use on both vertical and horizontal i-beams to create a fixed anchor point. Unlike traditional vertical rail sliders that will rest at the lowest position, the Vertical Beam Anchor can be fixed at any height to support reduced free fall and lower fall clearance requirements.
The Beam Trolley is a moveable anchorage connector designed to support either personnel or material. Trolley consists of a carriage with four wheels containing anti-friction bearings that are connected to aluminum housings and to a steel cross bar. Cross bar provides an anchorage point for attaching fall protection equipment. Trolley can be positioned anywhere along an overhead beam to provide mobility in a horizontal direction, and fits the support beam as specified by the user.