BS EN 795:1997
KEELINE® is a wire based lifeline system providing fall arrest / restraint protection when working at height. KEELINE is typically used where guardrails are not suitable or where planning considerations require a virtually invisible fall protection solution.
The system is designed so that the traveller which connects the user to the systems simply glides over brackets, overcoming the need to detach from the lifeline.
It can be installed on a variety of roof types using either "top fix" anchors or a "through fix" anchorr (POSTANKA) where fixing to the main building structure is preferred. It can also be installed to any steel cladding panel, beam/column structure, solid parapet walls and flat roofs via a support post.
When a lifeline system cannot be fixed through the roof’s structure, a free standing fall arrest / restraint system can be provided using KEE ANCHOR roof anchors. A series of deadweight anchors can be linked at approximately 10m centres via the KeeLine® horizontal restraint line.
KEELINE® is available for mounting directly to concrete, steel, brick and stonework in either horizontal or overhead applications.
The KEELINE® system is fully compliant with the requirements of EN 795:2012, CEN TS 16415:2013, ANSI Z359 and CSA Z259, and has undergone extensive testing in different roof types, with full third party approval. Testing in roof structure was witnessed by Decra.
KEELINE® also incorporates PAS (Progressive Absorbing System). If the user falls, the shock absorbers, intermediate brackets and support posts will deploy and deform so that the loadings applied to the building’s structure is below 10Kn.