Life for wood
The lifeline for glulam (according to standard UNI EN 795 ) is a set of anchors placed at a height on covers to which operators are hooked by means of harnesses and relative lanyards.
Constructed in stainless steel and aluminum and provides reinforced deformable turrets to ensure that in the event of a fall , to guarantee the dissipation of a part of the energy that the structure has to support; its accessories are in stainless steel.
Deformable turrets that are installed using wood screws of various sizes according to the indications given in the technical data sheet
The elements can also be used as a single anchor as well as being components for the construction of lifelines for wood.
The lifeline for wood is compulsorily installed on the roofs of new buildings and also of existing buildings, in a stable way, for their future maintenance, following a regulation currently adopted only by some Italian regions. (Legislative Decree of April 9, 2008, n. 81 – “Implementation of article 1 of the law of August 3, 2007, n. 123, concerning the protection of health and safety in the workplace” – Art. 115 “Protection systems against falls from above “)