Portable Lifeline System
The Rapid Rail International Portable Vertical Lifeline system is ideal for multiple climbs of an infrequently climbed structure, such as restringing a transmission line. It has been designed to be lightweight, quick to install and importantly utilises a zero-stretch rope rather than traditional kernmantle which can stretch in excess of 10% in a fall situation. As with other Rapid Rail International vertical systems the portable product utilises the S-Flo rope grab which seamlessly passes intermediate brackets providing a virtual free climb and descent.
- Maximum 2ft fall distance
- Virtual free climb
- Lightweight, zero stretch rope
Portable Verticle Lifeline System Features
- Quick and easy installation
- Tope bracket can remain for future climbs
- Zero stretch rope
- Virtual free climb
- Reduced climb and descent time
- Complies with relevant international safety standards
How The Portable Lifeline Systems Works
The Rapid Rail International Portable Lifeline System is designed for use when infrequently climbed structures are climbed frequently, such as restringing a transmission line. The system requires a top anchor point (supplied) to be fitted and then “quick fit” intermediate brackets located at intervals between the top and bottom brackets. The S-Flo rope grab device attached to the climbers harness then passes the intermediate brackets seamlessly, as with the permanent VCS2 system, providing a virtual free climb.
At the heart of the system is our innovative zero stretch rope, a highly sophisticated synthetic product unique to the industry that is extremely lightweight and stretch resistant unlike traditional kernmantle rope which can stretch in excess of 10% in a fall arrest situation. It is supplied on a reel for easy portability and storage. The 50m (165ft) version has a combined weight of less than 10kg (22lbs).
Applications for Portable Lifeline Systems
- Electrical Utility Transmission Structures
- Wind Energy
- Tower Cranes
- Industrial Ladders
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