Abseil Anchors & Eyebolts

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Abseil Anchors & Eyebolts

Abseil Anchors

Abseil Anchors are designed to be fixed to a structural substrate such as structural steel or concrete to provide suitable rope access connection points.

It is essential when designing rope access to ensure at least 2 different connection points are available to connect to at any one time.

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Eyebolts

Eyebolts are a type of anchor, used mainly with rope access systems to ensure safe work access at height, often used for window and facade maintenance and repair work.

Eyebolts are ideal for use in the property management industry as they are relatively unobtrusive and ideal for quick works. However, despite their simplicity, anchor and eyebolts are vital pieces of safety equipment and should be given the same amount of attention as other, more complicated systems.

APS Safety Systems supply Kee I-Bolt, manufactured by Kee Safety and offers a comprehensive selection of Type A safety anchors, designed to deliver effective fall arrest protection for personnel carrying out high level window or façade cleaning, or building maintenance from an open window.

Eyebolt specification should only be undertaken by a competent person, in order to ensure that the correct eyebolt is used for the given structure.  Recertification of the product must also be carried out in accordance with BS EN 7883 and EN 365.

The Kee i-bolt® range comprises two product brands named Ringanka® and Keyanka®.

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Kee I-Bolt

Why Use Abseil Anchors?

In-House Design

Custom solutions designed in house for all projects.

High Quality

Anchor Systems for Abseiling designed to BS7985.

Approved Compliance

Full Load Testing, Certification, Maintenance and Service for all abseil anchor systems.

Examples of how Abseil anchors can be used

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