SAFETYLINK CORNER TUFF POST MOUNTED INTO CONCRETE (150MM)

Product Code: STAT.FROGTUFF003C–150R
What am I used for?

Tuff Post is designed to raise the height of a height safety system using a 150mm.

  • TUFF-POST is designed to raise the height of Frogline system.
  • TUFF-POST is made entirely from 316 stainless steel.
  • Installs onto minimum concrete thickness 150mm.
  • Designed to be submerged into garden beds, water and other mediums.
  • Designed to be anchored into concrete (Chemical Adhesive) (steel bolted version available).

4 max Per System

Multi-Directional 360

Product Information
SAFETYLINK CORNER TUFF POST MOUNTED INTO CONCRETE 150MM

TUFF POST is designed to raise the height of a height safety system using either a 150mm, 300mm or 600mm Tuff Post.

TUFF POST is a sealed unit made entirely from stainless steel. Designed to be submerged into garden beds, water and other mediums.

The TUFF POST can be installed into steel or concrete structures. All our TUFF POSTS are designed to install onto minimum 150mm concrete slab thickness, which cater to local and global building designs/structures.

The TUFF POST when installed with a lifeline is used with SafetyLink’s energy absorbing FrogLine Lifeline. The FrogLine Lifeline has advanced shock absorbing serpentines designed into each anchor with innovative built-in fall indicators. Therefore reducing the load off the structure and the person in the event of a fall.

Continuous connection with 8mm stainless steel cable, utilising the FrogLine Shuttle System, up-to four users per system, two per span.

Product Components
Components
Product Code Product Description Quantity
FROGLINE CNR FrogLine Base Corner 1
BOLT-M16x50mm-SS Bolt: 16mm x 50mm Set Screw 1
WASHER M16_SPRING Spring Washer: M16 1
WASHER M16_DONUT Washer: DonutLink M16 1
TUFF-POST150R TUFF-POST 150mm (Round) 1
CON-M16x160 Anchor Rod M16X160, Nut, Spring Washer & Washer 4

The building or structure for the anchorages must be assessed by an engineer, unless it is clear to a competent person that the structure is adequate.

Maximum user per system is Four (4).
Maximum person per span is Two (2).
See system information for site specific use.

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