Horizontal Lifeline Systems EN 795 Type C
A horizontal lifeline ( HLL) is a flexible line rigged in a horizontal plane secured at each end to an anchorage providing an effective fall protection solution for work requiring horizontal mobility along elevated surfaces.
Horizontal Lifeline Single Span & Multi span
HLLs can also be classified as either single span or multi-span. The simplest type of HLL is a single span. Having only two anchorage points, single span HLLs are limited to a straight line.
Multi-span HLL systems are not limited in length since they are supported at intermediate anchorages.
UNICARE’s sophisticated type of multi-span HLL uses a specially designed intermediate bracket that retains the cable, but allows a special connector to pass over the bracket keeping the worker connected at all times.
• End Brackets
• High Tensile Strength Stainless Steel Cable
• Corner Piece as Turn Element
• Carraige / Shuttle
• Swageless Termination
Use of UNICARE Horizontal Lifeline System
A shuttle slides along a cable attached permanently to a structure. Connected to the shuttle by an interconnecting part such as a lanyard provided with an energy absorber or a fall arrest system, the user can move safely along the system without needing to unhook.
UNICARE Emergency Equipment quality department carries out breakage tests and checks conforming to the requirements of the procedures validated as per EN 795, Type C.
Horizontal Lifeline System Applications
• Bridge Maintenance
• Structural Steel Erection / Construction
• Roofing / Roof Top Maintenance
• Overhead Cranes
• Aircraft Hangars
• Loading Docks