Rigid Rail Fall Arrest For Metal Roofs

An ideal solution for both standing seam and r-panel style metal roofs is our roof rail fall protection system.

Rooftop Fall Protection For Up To 3 Users

Steep, High Slope Roofs are one of the most dangerous and most commonly over looked safety hazards in construction and general industry. Metal roofs are particularly dangerous especially when wet or icy conditions exist. An ideal solution for both standing seam and r-panel style metal roofs is our roof rail fall protection system.

Our roof rail is made from aluminum and can be clamped to standing seam roofs or riveted to corrugated metal roofs. Often used on steep slope roofs, especially in areas where sliding snow or ice can damage cable type lifelines. 4 wheeled travelers slide along the track providing fall protection for up to 3 users.

Increase Productivity

Rigid Rail systems are designed to support as many as 8 users with optional by-pass on a single overhead solution enabling more efficient and effective work routines without jeopardizing safety.

Easy to Use

Although fall arrest systems require proper safety training and a rescue procedure, overhead rigid rail lifeline systems are completely hands-free and enable users to concentrate on the task at hand.

Shorter Fall Distance

Rigid rail systems have the advantage over cable-based lifeline systems because they reduce fall distance and are often preferred when work is performed less than 12’ above a lower level.

Reliable

Our enclosed track rigid rail systems are the most reliable engineered fall protection in use today and the 1:100 movement-to-weight ratio keeps the lifeline directly overhead eliminating in-line swing fall.

Roof Rail System Features & Benefits

  • Long lasting aluminum construction.
  • 1-3 users.
  • Powder coat available to match roof color.
  • Corners and curved track available.
  • Minimal or no roof penetration
  • Low profile is aesthetically appealing.
  • Easy to maintain.
  • Smooth trolley movement ensures traveler stays in correct position to the worker.