Portable Quad Frame Fall Protection Systems
The Tuff Built by Diversified Mobile Quad Frame Fall Protection System provides a convenient, portable means of securing an OSHA compliant fall arrest rigid rail in areas with limited space or outdoor areas lacking overhead anchor points for tie-off. Quad or Box Frame Fall Arrest Systems are rigid rail systems built to accommodate a specific area or piece of equipment and can be designed as permanent or portable frames, for ease of relocation.
The table below shows standard stock sizes/configurations, but if your application requires modifications to an existing design, contact us to discuss your specific needs.
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Stock Design Configurations
|Model||Width||Length||Height to Anchor Point||Overall Height||Inside Length||Overall Width|
|Quad Frame, 12W-16L-18H-2R-2A-P||12'-0"||16'-0"||18'-4"||20'-0"||14'-5"||13'-0"|
|Quad Frame, 12W-16L-18H-1R-2A-U||12'-0"||16'-0"||18'-4"||20'-0"||14'-5"||13'-0"|
|Quad Frame, 12W-15L-16H-1R-2A-U||12'-0"||15'-0"||15'-10"||17'-6"||13'-5"||13'-0"|
|Quad Frame, 14W-34L-22H-2R-4A-P||14'-4"||34'-4"||21'-8"||23'-4"||31'-5"||15'-4"|
- Limit the maximum arresting force on the employee to 1,800 pounds (8 kN); 1910.140(d)(1)(ii)
- Bring the employee to a complete stop and limit the maximum deceleration distance the employee travels to 3.5 feet (1.1 m); 1910.140(d)(1)(iii)
- Have sufficient strength to withstand twice the potential impact energy of the employee free falling a distance of 6 feet (1.8 m), or the free fall distance permitted by the system; and... 1910.140(d)(1)(iv)
- Sustain the employee within the system/strap configuration without making contact with the employee's neck and chin area. 1910.140(d)(1)(v)
- On any horizontal lifeline that may become a vertical lifeline, the device used to connect to the horizontal lifeline is capable of locking in both directions on the lifeline. 1910.140(d)(2)(ii)
- Personal fall arrest systems are rigged in such a manner that the employee cannot free fall more than 6 feet (1.8 m) or contact a lower level. A free fall may be more than 6 feet (1.8 m) provided the employer can demonstrate the manufacturer designed the system to allow a free fall of more than 6 feet and tested the system to ensure a maximum arresting force of 1,800 pounds (8 kN) is not exceeded. 1910.140(d)(3)
- Body belts. Body belts are prohibited as part of a personal fall arrest system.
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