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© Frank Martin SÖLL Safe Climbing Systems
© Frank Martin GlideLoc ® Söll GlideLoc is a fall protection system, perma- nently installed on buildings, towers etc. The system comprises rails for retrofitting onto existing ladders and ladders with a central safety rail.
© Frank Martin Söll GlideLoc systems are manufactured in anodised aluminium, hot-dip-galvanized steel stainless steel. They are available for com- bined vertical-horizontal, straight and curved appli- cations. GlideLoc ®
© Frank Martin The guided type fall arrester… … is the heart of the system. fall arrest shuttle This device, also called fall arrest shuttle.
© Frank Martin In the event of a fall... ...the fall arrester prevents the free fall by automatically locking in the rail. The guided type fall arrester…
© Frank Martin For Existing Ladders The SÖLL Vertical Guide Rail can be fitted to the ladder This is done by simple clamps
© Frank Martin Steel Ladders Aluminimum Ladder Mid Exit Point Fold Down Foot Rests Brackets Entry Top Stop The Ladder System
© Frank Martin Y-spar Ladder with entry (YAL ) Bottom end stop (21051) Footrest (option) (17106) Mounting brackets (BB-STR ) Top end stop (21052 or 11634) Connector (17440) The Ladder System
© Frank Martin GlideLoc ® Rail System Vertical guide rails can be assembled on pre-installed ladders, step irons etc.
© Frank Martin GlideLoc ® Rail System Rails can be retrofitted onto existing climbing devices such as cage ladders or rungs used in wind turbines, power supply, oil rigs or other industries.
© Frank Martin Roundabout Ho-Ver turn table Special (Access)-Solutions Rooftop or Platform Access Rotary Exit Section Pivoting Roof Exit Twisted Change over rail Moveable Insertion Ladder Turntable Vertical - horizontal Transition
© Frank Martin Telekom antenna, Alps Radio Vatikan Railwaystation, BerlinPower supply mast, Germany Wind Turrbine, Scandinavia Dresden Airport Stadium lighting mast, Berlin United Utilities, UK Wind power supply Lighting masts Utilities Applications SNCF Railways, France Towers, Masts of Telecom companies The military The police, fire service Radio & TV stations Railways Power supply companies
© Frank Martin Riverdam, France Mercedes-Benz, Hof Germany Northern point of mainland UK Scotland Buildings Stadiums Adventure parks Monuments Light houses Advertising masts Roller coaster River dams Signal bridge A100, BerlinStade de France, Paris Ski resorts Rollercoaster Christmas fair, Dresden Motorway bridges Applications
© Frank Martin Power plant, Hof Germany Cooling tower, Jenschwalde Transocean, Oil rig Jim Cunningham, Egypt Steel construction Cranes, ships Mining's, Shafts Oil industry (i.e. oil rigs) Chimneys Tanks, Silos Water tower, Germany Inside a riverdam, Germany Oil rig SedcoExpress North Sea Industrial construction Refineries Transport and storage facilities Shipyards, dockyards Elevated shelves Applications
© Frank Martin Water tower, Germany Shaft entry Device Allows connection to the ladder from ground level Can be removed to close the lid Transocean, Oil Rig, Egypt Applications
© Frank Martin Applications Industrial construction PivotLoc Ladder on Tower Building Wind Generator
© Frank Martin Industrial construction Providing Access Fall Protection on Transmission Towers Applications
© Frank Martin Fall Protection On Towers & Masts Applications
© Frank Martin Industrial construction Protection in Transform Yards Applications
© Frank Martin Used by many Global companies ABB AEG Aéroports de Paris Agfa Agip Airbus Alcatel Alstom Audi Babcock BASF Bayer Bosch British Airways British American Tobacco Daimler Chrysler AG German, Austrian Railways Degussa AG German Parliament German Weather Service German Red Cross DeWind AG E.ON Netz GmbH Enercon Ericsson Airports: Frankfurt Main, Hamburg, München etc. Gealan German Airforce Hochtief IKEA Krupp Thyssen Linde AG NEG Micon Nokia Nordex Philipp Holzmann Reemtsma Rehau SAP AG Scandlines SFR Shell & DEA Oil GmbH Siemens AG SNCF Thomson Viessmann Volkswagen AG
© Frank Martin Telecom Customer Reference Germany DB Telematik (Arcor) Deutsche Telekom MobilNet GmbH Vodafone e-plus o2 Netherlands Telfort (former O2) T-Mobile (former BEN) Orange (former Dutchdone) Vodafone (former O2) Belgium Mobistar Proximus Base Switzerland Orange Swisscom Sunrise Austria One (former:Connect) Hutchinson 3G T-Mobil (former: Maxmobil) Mobilkom 3G Mobile (has been taken over by Mobilkom Austria) France Orange France SFR Bouygues Télécom etc.
© Frank Martin Worlds Best Practice GlideLoc ® The Advantages of a GlideLoc ® Rail System vs. a Cable System Long Service Life – a rail system requires minimal maintenance No Replacement Cost – after a fall
© Frank Martin GlideLoc ® The Advantages of a GlideLoc ® Rail System vs. a Cable System Greater Strength – a rail system withstands constant wear and incidental shock loads All-Weather Compatibility – a rail system withstands the effects of changing weather conditions, available in stainless steel construction to resist corrosion Worlds Best Practice
© Frank Martin GlideLoc ® The Advantages of a GlideLoc ® Rail System vs. a Cable System Safety Reassurance – the strong structural appearance of a rail system provides comfort and safety to worker Flexibility & Safety – a rail system can be designed with vertical and horizontal displacement without detachment Worlds Best Practice
© Frank Martin GlideLoc ® The Advantages of a GlideLoc ® Rail System vs. a Cable System User Friendly – easy to install; reliable Comfort fall arrestor slides smoothly along rail and guides the worker; Rail provides supports during rescue actions Systems provides ergonomic support Worlds Best Practice
© Frank Martin The GlideLoc ® System meets the international standards and regulations of EN, AS/NZS, CSA, OSHA and ANSI. Permanently installed climbing systems are tested and certified as a unity: The tests cover the guide rail/fall arrester combination and system accessories. Worlds Best Practice
© Frank Martin COMFORT Immensely safe, fast locking Extremely low impact force Very smooth running Robust - made of aluminum and stainless steel Long lifetime Part.-No with sidewinder hook Part.-No with srew hook Weight: 0,9 kg
© Frank Martin Innovative Shock Absorber The impact energy is the very low 3.7 kN: 35% below the required standard! It's innovative design makes it very compact - being energy absorber fall indicator All in one.
© Frank Martin UNIVERSAL II Removal or insertion at any point Easy one-handed-operation, even in the dark Click-lock functions for ease of use Failsafe design ensures correct usage Made of 316 stainless steel Applications: Wind turbines Ski lift resorts Elevator shafts Part.-No Weight: 1,0 kg
© Frank Martin The Xenon Horizontal Lifeline allows greater mobility at any angle. Versatile Adapts to both 8mm and 10mm steel cable Can be installed on a wall, overhead or at ground level Curved and Straight installations Easy to Install System comprises of few components Fixing intervals of up to 20 metres Calculation software to assist at the planning stage Horizontal Life Line Olympic Stadium, Athens, Greece
© Frank Martin Easy to Use Use by up to 7 people at any one time Work can be carried out on both sides of the cable Minimum Maintenance Components made from corrosion resistant stainless steel Horizontal Life Line
© Frank Martin Exclusive Features Improved safety with a double locking mechanism (user can connect and disconnect easily, anywhere along the cable) Increased Ease of Use – handle allows the use of any type of connector Resistance to the environment – shuttle is ideal for sandy, gritty or salty environments (Stainless Steel). SHUTTLE
© Frank Martin Increased safety – main purpose of the shock absorber is to reduce the load impact generated by a fall, hence protecting the user and the support structure. Load indicator on the shock absorber provides visual indication of the state of the lifeline Easier installation & Maintenance Greater Versatility – full range of energy absorbers and system components Multifunctional Shock-Absorber Exclusive Features
© Frank Martin Increased user protection and manoeuvrability - intermediate brackets can be assembled as a mobile passing point (overhead) or a fixed passing point (wall/ground), and can also incorporate a spring (cable support springs back upright when on ground). Total safety through simpler maintenance – in the event of a fall the intermediate bracket conserves all impact forces (bracket can be replaced without cutting the cable) Intermediate Brackets Exclusive Features
© Frank Martin System Components Cables Greater versatility and flexibility for reduced cost – 8mm and 10mm stainless steel and galvanised cables are available. Corner Parts Highly adaptable and easy to install. The corner part of the Xenon horizontal lifeline is adjustable for multiple angles, and allows it to be fitted to many types of applications. Swaging Components and End Brackets Stainless Steel parts anchor the system without compromising cable strength or integrity.
© Frank Martin Simple to Use and Safe Fall Arrest or Prevention wire System Horizontal Life Line
© Frank Martin MultiRail Stainless Steel Horizontal Anchorage System
© Frank Martin Provides Fall Protection Over Work Areas On Wharf Restraint Protection for Ships Restraint System for Cleaners Restraint Protection Maintenance MultiRail
© Frank Martin CONTACT SPERIAN FALL PROTECTION Deutschland GmbH & Co.KG Seligenweg Hof Germany Tel.: Fax.:
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