New Freestanding Roof Edge Protection

At Fisher Alvin we are always looking at ways to enhance and improve our products and we are therefore pleased to announce the launch of our new and improved Freestanding Roof Edge Protection. Conforming with the latest BS EN 13374:2013 standard and the increased wind loading requirements our Freestanding Roof Edge Protection is a Class A Protection System.

Freestanding Roof Edge Protection

Using counterbalanced upright arms, curved PVC weights and galvanised steel horizontal bars the system does not penetrate or damage the integrity of the roof. The Fisher Alvin Freestanding Roof Edge Protection can be used on flat roofs up to an elevation of 10 degrees, on new builds but also retro fit on existing roof areas, where a fall risk has been identified.

Effective Fall Protection Solution

Our system provides permanent edge protection for areas where regular access is required. Whether you are looking to protect the roof edge, create a demarcation route across the roof area or enclose items such as air conditioning units or skylights the system could be the solution for you.

Quick and Easy Installation

Installation should always be done by qualified and trained personnel. However with the 1100mm uprights pre-assembled together with the counterbalanced arms and PVC weights there are minimal tools required and the system is quick and easy to install. With large quantities of all components in stock we are confident that any requests can be delivered either to you or direct to site within 3-4 working days of an order being placed.

Technical support

In addition to the simple installation and availability of stock, Fisher Alvin has a team ready to answer your questions and provide itemised quotations for all of the required components. Please contact us on 01905 779944 or email a simple roof plan with dimensions to us at info@fisheralvin.com and we will send you a quote back within one hour.

Fisher Alvin Freestanding Roof Edge Protection, another quality solution

 

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