Roof Hatch Guardrail
The Roof Hatch Guardrail was strategically designed to ensure compliance, safety and ease of use.
- The self-closing gate and built-in landing area provide maximum safety and security to users.
- Integrated GrabSafe™ hand holds provide permanent ladder extensions to assist in comfortable and safe egress and ingress of the ladder while maintaining 3–point contact.
- More built-in safety features then the competition and engineered to exceed 250lb constant loads, the Roof Hatch Guardrail is your ultimate choice for safety.
MATERIALS UPRIGHTS 1.625” x .065” steel tube (ASTM C1008/1010) welded to 10 gauge steel (ASTM A1011 CS Type B) bracket with 3/8” pre-punched slots for thru-bolt attachment. HORIZONTAL RAILS 1.625” x .065” (ASTM C1008/1010) and 1.375” x .065” (ASTM C1008/1010) steel tube adjustable slide rails. GRABSAFE 1” x 10.5” steel tube (ASTM A513) welded to 10 gauge steel (ASTM A1011 CS Type B) bracket SELF-CLOSING GATE 1.625” x .065” steel tube (ASTM C1008/1010), 16 gauge steel plate (ASTM A1008 CS Type B) HARDWARE 3/8”-16 x 1” zinc plated fasteners SIZES DIMENSIONS Industry standard sizes: 30” x 36”, 30” x 54”, 30” x 96. WEIGHT 110 LBS STANDARDS MEETS AND EXCEEDS OHSA standard CFR 29 1910.23, CFR 29 1910.27, CAL-OSHA §3212, CAL-OSHA §3209, ANSI/ASSE A1264.1-2007, ANSI/ASSE A14.3-2008 section 188.8.131.52 and US Army Corps of Engineer Requirement EM 385-1-1. WARRANTY 1 YEAR Manufactures limited waranty covers any defects from 1 year of purchase date Request Pricing
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- Fits all brands of roof hatches with cap flashing
- Self-closing gate
- Adjustable for cap flashing mount or thru-curb mounting
- GrabSafeTM handholds for maximum safety
- Safe landing error created by rail extensions
- “Zero Penetration” attachment
- Improved egress and ingress
- Powder coated steel
- Easy to install
- Made in the U.S.A.
Meets and exceeds OSHA CFR 29 1910.23, OSHA CFR 29 1910.27, Cal-OSHA §3209, and Cal-OSHA §3212 Meets and exceeds ANSI/ASSE A1264.1-2007, ANSI/ASSE A14.3-2008 Section 184.108.40.206, and US Army Corps of Engineer Requirement EM 385-1-1 and ICC codes.