DBI-SALA Standing Seam Roof Anchor 2103675

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DBI01-2103675
Regular Price $608.00 Sale Price $521.15 You Save $86.85
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Standing Seam Roof Anchor from DBI-SALA. For use with 30 foot and 50 foot Ultra-Lok and Leading Edge Self-Retracting Lifelines - Not Included.

Key Features:
  • Swiveling design provides 360 degree mobility
  • Lightweight system installs in minutes with no special tools
  • Portable design and reusable on sloped or flat structural standing seam roofs
  • Designed to use with Ultra-Lok self retracting lifelines (NOT included - must be purchased separately)
  • Telescoping adjustment legs fit 24 inch, 30 inch, 32 inch, and 36 inch seam spacing
  • Meets OSHA and ANSI requirements
When you are up on a structural standing seam roof, whether flat or sloped, your fall protection system needs specialized components to keep you safe without causing damage to rooftops. DBI-SALA's easy to use roof anchor provides the solution and can be reused on many different roofs.

Part Number:
2103675
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Price $608.00
SKU DBI01-2103675
Weight 51.0000
Application No
Brand DBI-SALA
MPN 2103675
UPC 648250161838
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  1. Ben M

    2014-12-15 21:11:38

    I'm concerned with three aspects of the clamping mechanism, where it attaches to the rib of the roof. 1) It looks like an open end wrench or socket (approx. 9/16) is required to tighten the clamp? (2) If it's a metal to metal contact at each of the four points, do you have to cinch it down pretty tight to prevent slipping against the metal rib of the roof (3) the required tightness of the clamp--is it designed in such a way that no tool marks are left on the rib of the roof? Thanks. I need one to these things next week but don't want to damage their roofing or slip

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    1. Chris

      2014-12-15 21:11:38

      The 2013675 roof anchor is indeed attached by tightening 4 clamps on to the standing metal seam. The torque spec is 75 ft lbs. I checked with Capital Safety about whether the clamping would leave marks or abrasion on the metal roof. While they had no customer feedback about this aspect of using the anchor, it seems certain to me that the potential for scraping or marring the painted surface is absolutely there. Since this will likely not be the only bit of metal-to-metal contact during your job, I would suggest having touch up paint handy.

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