There are two kinds of lifelines: horizontal and vertical. Last week we talked about vertical lifelines; this week we'll cover top-selling horizontal systems.
Horizontal lifelines are often installed across the length of a roof or beam. Complex functionality from simple installation, they can allow both fall arrest and fall restraint and accommodate more than one worker at a time. They also come in multiple lengths.
Guardian Rope Lifeline Kit includes all the gear you need to create your very own temporary and reusable horizontal rope lifeline system for fall protection.
Guardian Horizontal Cable Lifeline System has everything necessary to create a horizontal cable lifeline system designed to provide a fall arrest system for two workers.
DBI-SALA SecuraSpan Lifeline Assembly comes with everything you need to create a horizontal lifeline system compatible with your existing equipment.
Complete Protecta Pro-Line 60 ft. Horizontal Lifeline System is easy to set up, provides fall arrest for two users, and includes a built-in tensioner, tie-off adapters, and a carrying bag.
Two Person Miller Techline Horizontal Rope Lifeline System is easy to install, lightweight, and portable.
French Creek's 30 ft. Temporary Cable Horizontal Lifeline System is adjustable to the proper tension and allows one or two workers to remain tied off.
DBI-Sala EZ-Line Lifeline is a fast horizontal lifeline system to install, remove, and store with an innovative retractable design that allows the user to efficiently set-up any length of system in seconds.
Anchorage points are important for these horizontal systems. Here is a list of the top sellers from 2015:
Safe Approach Portable Beam Stanchion is an easy to install, durable fall protection anchorage point that can fit a wide range of beam sizes and excels as the anchor points of a horizontal lifeline system.
Guardian Beamguard Anchor mounts to beams and girders to create personal fall protection or horizontal lifeline systems.