Single Anchor Points
Fall Protection Anchor Points
Anchor points (or anchorage points) are permanent anchors in the surface of the structure. Anchor points are often installed on roofs to provide an attachment point for fall protection Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
A permanent anchor point can be used as a standalone anchor point, in which case a user is secured directly to the anchor point itself. A single anchor point consists of an anchor, a base plate and an attachment point. Users can work in a circle around the anchor point while attached to it. If more freedom of movement is needed, a temporary lifeline can be placed between two anchor points.
We offer modular fall protection equipment, which means that it is possible to equip anchor points with different components for additional performance or extra functionalities. By combining standard components, it is easy to create a suitable fall protection solution for all kinds of work locations.
All components in our range are compatible with all our anchor points.
Advantages Of Our Anchor Points
All our XSPlatforms anchor points can be installed much quicker than comparable systems.
XSPlatforms offers modular anchor points. This means that anchor points can be equipped with extra components for increased functionality or increased absorption (to protect the roofs surface in case of a fall).
XSPlatforms offers different base plates, to create an anchor point for different kinds of roofs, wall and ceilings. Our modular range of fall protection for roofs covers almost every type of roof surface with only three different base plates.
Our XSPlatforms Anchor Points
Anchor Points For Wall & Overhead
Wall And Overhead Mounted Anchorage
XSPlatforms also offers different fall protection anchor points which can be mounted overhead or installed to a wall. These various safety eyes are easily mounted with just 1 or 2 drilling holes. We offer such anchor points for concrete, brick and steel surfaces.
The Bird’s eye mini anchor point has a visual fall indicator: the safety eye to which the safety hook is connected will bend if the anchor has been used to arrest a fall. This ensures that if the anchor point is unsafe for use, users will always notice.