EN795 Eyebolt

Safety eye bolt anchors are a simple and straightforward roofing anchorage solution typically installed near a window within a building to allow operatives to safely carry out general maintenance tasks such as window cleaning.  Altus Safety specialise in the installation and certification of a range of Class A1 anchor devices such as eye bolts and ladder ties.

Safety Anchor Eye Bolt from Altus Safety

Safety anchor eyebolts are an effective form of protection against falls from height by roof maintenance professionals. A permanent roof anchor consists of a resin fixed knurled insert and threaded eye bolt. Once installed, each eye bolt is pull tested, tagged and certified, allowing any potential user to quickly identify if the anchor is safe for use before connecting with a harness & lanyard.

Temporary roof anchors also make use of a permanently secured resin fixed knurled insert but have an additional design benefit; the eye bolt can be removed and the socket covered with an end cap when not in use, making them an aesthetically pleasing alternative to the standard safety eyebolt.

A Variety of Safety Eyebolts

All of our safety anchor eyebolts are available with a variety of sockets for installation to brickwork, concrete, steelwork, cavity walls and suspended ceilings.

A variety of materials & finishes are also available such as: Stainless Steel, Galvanised Steel, Powder Coated ‘to any RAL colour’ & Brass Finish.

Speak with Us for Further Information on Safety Eyebolts

As an independent fall protection inspectors of specialist working at height equipment you can trust we will recommend a solution that is both compliant to the latest British Standards and cost effective.

If you would like to discuss your requirements for your eye bolt anchor solutions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch by phone on 0330 113 0870 or by email at info@altussafety.co.uk.

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