Rope Access Tracks from Altus Safety
Rope Access tracks enable multiple rope access operatives to traverse quickly and efficiently without the need for rigging and de-rigging. (abseil track)
There are various usability options available such as motorized or manually operated trolleys, single or double suspension trolleys and parking brakes.
These systems can come curved, in a variety of finishes and even concealed within the building structure to blend in with the architecture.
These systems must be inspected before and after every use by a trained user. They must be inspected & tested by a suitable working at height Specialist Company a minimum of every 6 months and/or after every fall.
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General cleaning duties on a 6 month basis where the operatives have easy access to the roof would usually only require abseil points installing.
A complex large scale glass façade with restricted access may require a rail system incorporating a trolley equipped with twin suspension points and a small parking brake, which is applied when either descending or ascending, or when the trolleys are parked in the designated rigging point.
Rope Access tracks comply with the following standards:
- BS EN 7883
Testing/Inspection standards and frequency:
LOLER (Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations) 1998 and BS EN 7883 – minimum of every 12 months and/or after every fall by a working at height specialist company
These systems must be inspected before and after every use by a trained user.
Rope Access tracks are available in a range of materials and finishes, Please see below:
- Stainless Steel
- Powder Coated to any RAL colour
Rope Access tracks can be installed as either soffit or face mount and in both cases the main supporting structure can be fixed back and concealed within the building structure.
Rope Access tracks are also known as:
Monorails, abseiling tracks, abseiling rails, rope access rails
These systems are commonly installed in the following sectors:
Hotels / Leisure
Available Materials & Finishes