DBI-SALA 2103673 Removable / Reusable Roof Anchor

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This Removable/Reusable Roof Anchor from DBI-SALA may be used both as a secure fall protection anchor point, or as part of a horizontal lifeline system. Unlike most of the other roof anchors we sell, this unit has the required strength in more than one direction. This allows flexibility in designing your fall protection solution.

  • Removable/Reusable 1/4 in. thick steel roof anchor
  • Complete with zinc plated forged alloy steel O-ring
  • Nail (twelve 16d {penny}) or bolt (six 1/4"x 2-1/2" or longer lag screws) into the sheathing and joist, rafter, etc. (roof member)
  • Designed to be removable, it may be used again after an inspection
  • 5,000 lb. Minimum breaking strength
  • Length when flat = 25 inches - Weight = 4.4 lbs.
  • Meets or exceeds all applicable industry standards including OSHA and the stringent ANSI Z359
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Price $113.00
SKU DBI01-2103673
Weight 4.5000
Application No
MPN 2103673
UPC 840779000661
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  1. Barbara

    2014-12-15 21:13:51

    Can you recommend an anchor system that can be installed on an existing roof?

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    1. Chris

      2014-12-15 21:13:51

      Roof anchors are most effective when installed during the roofing process. The Capital Safety 2103673 that you mention is really intended for use while removing and installing a roof, then to be removed just as the job is finished. We have other anchors that are intended to remain in place after the job is done. These then provide a reliable anchor point for future roof repairs or maintenance.
      Here are a two suggestions;<br>
      The Capital Safety 2103670 clamps to the rafters under the sheathing.<br>
      The Miller RA40 double d-ring anchor straddles the ridge, covered by the ridge shingles <br><br>

      Adding an anchor on top of existing asphalt shingles is problematic, with the potential for future leaks. Carefully removing and replacing some portion of the ridge shingles to install an anchor may be the way to go.

  2. Mike

    2015-09-14 20:25:20

    Can this product be anchored to concrete with nails?

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    1. Ben

      2015-09-14 20:25:20

      This item cannot be attached to concrete. Please search "concrete anchor" for more suitable products.

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