Provide safe overhead anchorage with this overhead rotational boom anchor from the trusted line of Miller products. It was specially designed to be used around vehicles and utilizes vehicle weight for security of the anchor. This system eliminates the need for heavy and bulky counter weights. Also, this cost effective system replaces the need for more expensive, custom engineered, fixed overhead anchor systems.
Miller SkyORB™ Overhead Rotational Boom Anchor
- Quick assemble.
- Specially designed boom anchorage system to provide a safe, mobile and easily accessible fall arrest anchorage point for workers.
- Ideally used where overhead structures are not available for tie-off
- Utilizes vehicle weight for anchorage.
- Minimizes free-fall.
- Easy to transport with only a forklifted needed.
- 20 ft. telescoping mast and a boom rotate 360 degrees and can easily positioned above the worker’s head to minimizing free-fall distance and swing fall.
- Patented energy absorbing technology reduces forces on the system.
- Designed for use with elevated platforms ranging from 6 ft. (1.8 m) to 14 ft. (4.3 m) above the ground.
- Meets OSHA and ANSI standards.
- Weight: 1050 lbs / 476 kg
- System height: 20’
- Base height: 11’
- Base width: 8’
- Working Capacity: 310 lbs / 140.6 kg
- Maximum working radius: 14’ / 4.3 m
- Dimensions: 121” x 40” x 19” / 3m x 1m x 0.5m
- Rotation: 360 degrees
- Manufacturer SKU: SORBSYS
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