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D/E 003 Double Ended Roof Anchor

This Roof Anchor is protected under the NZ Patent Act  by Patent No. 503273
All exposed Safetor™ Anchors meet the requirements of the:
AS/NZS 5532.2013    Manufacturing Requirements for single anchor point device use for harness based work at height
AS/NZS 1891.2:2001 Standards Horizontal Lifeline and Rail Systems 
AS/NZS 1891.4:2009 Standards Industrial Fall Arrest Systems and Devices

The Safetor™ D/E 003 Height Safety Anchor is designed to be installed where two roof planes falling in different directions do not share a common ridge and may be separated by a wall causing a step.
One end of the Anchor protrudes up through the higher roof plane while the other protrudes down through the soffit.
Some building owners may require an anchor point inside the buildings over equipment for maintenance and also out side for roof maintenance, this anchor point covers both.
The D/E 003 anchor is designed to be bolted to both Timber or Steel structures and different configurations may be required and are able to be provided.
This anchor can be used for Fall-Arrest, Abseiling and as an end anchor for lifelines.
Manufactured from 30mm Mild Steel bar and can be suited for any height and configuration.
One or two Mounting plates can be fitted the the shaft which are Manufactured from 4mm Mild Steel plate with 3 x 18mm holes per plate on either side of the main shaft for ease of adjustment.
Each anchor comes with 4mm backing plates to match the mounting plate.

The S/E 005 Anchor has been fully tested to the AS/NZS 1891.4:2009 Standards by Material & Testing Laboratories.

Applications as per:
AS/NZS 5532.2013 Standards (
Manufacturing Requirements for single anchor
                                                         point device use for harness based work at height)

AS/NZS 1891.4:200 Standards
(Strength Requirements for anchorages)

Ultimate Strength
End anchor for horizontal lifeline - 44kN
1 Person - Free Fall Arrest - 15kN

2 Person - Free Fall Arrest - 21kN

1 person - Limited Free Fall Arrest - 12kN

1. Anchorage strength applicable when using restraint
    technique, is either 15kN or 12kN depending on whether
    the ultimate fall is Free-Fall or Limited Free-Fall.

2.'Ultimate Strength' means that the anchorage may yield

    at the stated load but must not fail.

Bolts used to attach the anchors are M16mm Construction Bolts
The number of bolts used to attached the anchor to the structure can be 2 to 4 sets of bolts.
All the timber testing to date on 4 x 2 framing has been using 2 x sets of bolts

The only time we recommend the use of 4 bolts is when the anchors are attached to C-Section light gauge steel purlins.

Safetor Anchor Bracing System
The S/E 015 has a two piece bracing plate which is attached using the mounting
plate bolts. This plate allows for bracing to be bolted between the anchor and a
bracket on the purlin below for a more solid connection. (see details)

As there are a number of different sizes of purlins we do not supply the galvanized purlin brackets
these can be obtained from the purlin manufacturer.

Profile blasted to remove all scale and grease etc.


Kulorthene Series ABCITE® thermoplastic powder coatings have been developed specifically for enhanced long term corrosion protection, high impact strength and excellent exterior weathering. Read more...

The installation should only to be carried out by a competent person as set out in the AS/NZS 1891.4:2009 Standards. 
CCL™ provides a warranty on product performance of the anchor and not the structure.
It is the responsibility of the Installer, Building Designer or Building Owner to ensure that the structure to which the
anchor is attached to will support a load of at least 15kN as set out in the AS/NZS 1891.4:2009 Standards.
If there is any doubt about the structures adequacy a Structural Engineer should be consulted.

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