3M™ DBI-SALA® RoofSafe™ Rail

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3M™ DBI-SALA® RoofSafe™ Rail is a quality extruded aluminium roof fall protection rail system, which provides a high level of user safety combined with a very aesthetically pleasing appearance. Roofsafe™ Rail offers excellent functionality through it’s free flowing attachment carriage and with no brackets to pass over, the users experience with the system is truly hands free. The system is also capable of navigating corners and changes of direction in the building or structure to provide complete design flexibility.

Used as well as for aesthetically sensitive projects, or inclined roofs, the RoofSafe™ Rail System should be considered for small fall arrest safety installations as loading of the structure in the event of a fall is low due to the products profile and fixing arrangement and it can be very cost effective compared to alternative solutions.

The system can be fitted to built up metal profiled roofs and standing seam roofs and can support multiple workers for both fall arrest and fall restraint work applications.

Platform Compatible Version Certified to
IFC IFC 2X3 3 1.3
Revit Revit 2015 + 3 1.3

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NBS_General
NBS_Data
AnchorBaseplateOptions
n/a
AnchorLineOptions
Extruded Aluminium Rail
AncillaryEquipment
Used in conjuction with appropriate PPE - also available via Capital Safety & 3M
AttachmentDeviceOptions
UniRail Carriage (7241006) only
FallProtectionClass
D
FixingOptions
Clamped, rivet fixed or bolts
StructuralAnchorOptions
Rigid rail system
SuitableSubstrates
Concrete roof, metal pitched roof and standing seam roof
SystemFittingOptions
RS Rail 45° Corner (7234001), RS Rail 90° Corner (7234000), RS Rail 3m (7234003)
Pset_BuildingElementProxyCommon

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24/05/2017

NBSReference update

14/03/2017