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Rigid Rail Systems

In Areas with Minimal Fall Clearance, Rigid Rail Systems are the Answer

Unlike horizontal lifelines, rigid rail systems have limited deflection, which limits free fall. Using a horizontal lifeline for applications where workers are at lower elevations is not advised because cable deflection may cause a worker to hit walls, structure, or equipment below the work area. In addition to minimizing deflection rates, rigid track or beam style fall protection systems may be better suited than HLLs for accommodating multiple users.


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Engineered Rigid Rail Systems

Whether you opt for a trolley beam or rigid track fall protection, rigid systems allow workers at heights to safely travel at heights along both the horizontal and vertical planes through the entire work area with continuous tie-off.  Explore our solutions for OSHA and ANSI-compliant rigid rail fall protection.

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