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Safetor Temporary Claw Anchor, Kit Bag
Product Code: STC
|Pay Only (+gst)||$455.01||$443.04||$431.07|
Inc. Gst: $550.79
Our Safetor Temporary Anchor or the (STC) is of a unique design as the loading is shared between two to three points of attachment. This enables the worker to safely work in a 180 degree radius.
Most other anchors transfer the loading to one point of attachment when a 30 degree is reached. Instructions for use.
1 x 3 Leg adjustable anchor with shock absorber attached
1 x 1 leg adjustable anchor with shock absorber attached
2 x Carabiners
6 x Roof Zip tech screws
1 x Roof Zip tech screw driver to fit drill
6 x Top Hat washers
1 x Carry bag with internal pockets
We have used the same load spreading principles on our Safetor temporary Claw anchor as they use for back stays on log haulers for pulling heavy loads of trees.
Some temporary anchors have the possibility of creating a hazard because of loading.
The Safetor temporary Claw anchor has three separate fully adjustable legs so the loading is shared between a minimum three fixing points at all times.
- When working across from the anchor the loading is spread through four attachment points.
- When working at a 45 degree angle the loading is shared between three attachment points.
- All legs on the STC anchor are fully adjustable to suit 1800mm spaced purlins.
The STC anchor conforms to the AS/NZS 1891.4.2009 Standards
Anchor points should only be used by trained competent persons as set out in the AS/NZS 1891.4.2009 Standards
1 Person Free Fall-Arrest - 15kN
1 Person Restrained Fall-Arrest
1 Person Total Restraint
NB: Work Safety can only guarantee the anchor.
It is the responsibility of the end user to ensure what the anchor is attached to will sustain the loading that the anchor is required for.
Attached to each STC anchor is a shock absorber which when deployed will reduce the loading the 3.8kN
Most temporary anchors are limited on the way they are used and another type of anchor has to be used,
the STC anchor can be changed at the point of attachment to make it more versatile.
The anchor attachment points are all fitted with mounting brackets that are able to have a Carabiner fitted,through the attachment holes, this enables the anchor to be attached to timber/steel structures or framing, cheer pickers and scaffolding etc. By shortening any leg on the anchor you are able to restrict the travel.
When used in conjunction with roofing a reducing or top hat washer is used, this will reduce the 11mm hole to 7mm.
The roof screws used for attaching the anchors to the roof are M6 x 50mm Hex Head H/G seal Roof Zips.
SCREW PERFORMANCE DATA
Single Shear Strength 8.5kN
Axial Tensile Strength 15.4kN
Torsional Strength 14Nm
0.55 Batten 1.9kN
1.2mm Steel Purlin 3.2kN
1.6mm Steel Purlin 4.8kN
1.9mm Steel Purlin 6.2kN
F5 Pine - 30mm embedment 5.4kN
F5 Pine - 35mm embedment 6.3kN
F17 Hardwood - 30mm embedment 6.3kN
F17 Hardwood - 35mm embedment 7.2kN
The loadings are actual averages.
It is the responsibility of the user to ensure the structure to which the anchor is attached to will support the loading required.
If in any doubt about the structural adequacy, consult a qualified person such as a professional structural engineer.
All anchor points need to be inspected before and after use for any signs of damage. If damage occurs the anchor will need to be replaced.
Anchor points should only be installed and used by trained persons
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