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Kee Line® Rooftop Safety Lifeline

Safety Lifeline fall restraint and fall arrest solutions

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Wire Based Safety Lifeline System

Safety lifeline systems such as Kee Safety’s Kee Line® system can be used for safety solutions for both fall restraint (keeping you away from the edge) and fall arrest (protecting you from falling to the floor should a fall over the edge occur). The systems are uniquely designed for your exact rooftop specification, allowing you to work hands-free and safely at height. When a collective protection solution is not an option or a concealed solution is required to maintain the aesthetics of a building, the KeeLine wire-based safety line system is ideal for working hands-free at height.

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Why choose the Kee Line?

  • Bespoke In-House Designed Solutions

    Customer solutions are designed in-house to suit specific roof types and layouts

  • Continuous Protection

    Users are attached to the system at all times and have continuous ‘hands-free’ protection and freedom to move around the roof safely

  • Approved Compliance

    Kee Line is fully tested and complies with EN 795:2012

What is a safety lifeline system?

A lifeline system such as the wire-based Kee Line horizontal safety lifeline system is a fall protection system installed alongside a fall hazard. Users connect to the system via Kee Safety’s unique traveller, attached to a lanyard and a harness. Once a user is attached to the safety line system, they are free to move hands-free around the roof surface.

The Kee Line safety lifeline system comprises 8mm grade 316 stainless steel wire and allows spans up to 12m between posts; the safety line system is suitable for up to 3 users.

5 Kee Anchors connected via the Kee Line, on a semicircular rooftop

Protecting your workers

The Kee Line safety lifeline system has been developed to allow safe access to a roof for maintenance and inspection workers.

 

The system features a Progressive Absorbing System. If a user falls, the shock absorbers, intermediate brackets and support posts deploy and deform, reducing the load impact on the building’s structure to below 10 Kn.

Worker attaching an anchor point onto a currugated metallic roof for the Kee Line to attach to

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