Glyder 2™ Sliding Fall Protection Beam Anchor
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Versatile… Great for Anchorage Applications
- Glyder 2™ sliding beam anchor can be used overhead or at worker's feet, assuring complete flexibility and versatility
- Integrated ratcheting adjustment system provides quick installation without pins and chains
- Guarded locking mechanism protects the anchor from accidental disengagement
- Adjustable dual beam grip prevents twisting and turning as it moves along the beam
- Channel lock prevents beam grip ends from rotating, offers hassle-free connections
- Replaceable wear pads provide smooth, effortless operation
- Fits I-beams from 3 1/2" – 14"W, up to 1 1/4" thick
- Designed for use with Force 2™ Shock Absorbing Lanyards, when used to tie-off at feet
- Rated for user capacity up to 420 lb.
- Complies with ANSI and OSHA standards.
- Please Note: Fall protection components are designed to be used with the same manufacturer's approved components and connecting subsystems. Fall protection manufacturers strongly recommend that fall protection users take full advantage of the functional compatibility built, tested, and approved within the same manufacturer's fall protection components. Fall protection manufacturers cannot guarantee the compatibility of substitutions and the use of substitutions may jeopardize the safety and reliability of the complete system