The Safya Raptor Rope Access Davit Arm is an engineered single-person device, designed to withstand a 12kN rope access load or safe working load of 400kg. The Raptor Rope Access David Arm mostly connects to the primary structure of the building which includes, wall mount, floor mount, and concrete cast in options, depending on the structure available and the intended use of the system.
HOW IT IS USED
The Raptor Rope Access Davit Arm is used where there is a need to project an abseil rope out over the edge of a building without impacting the facade, parapet, or possibly a glass balustrade. Davit mounts are permanently fixed in place during construction and the davit arm is moved into position when required.
HOW IT WORKS
The Safya Raptor Rope Access Davit Arms are designed as a cantilevered anchorage device over balustrades, parapets, and curtain walls for rope access work where workers are required to maintain building facades and equipment mounted on the external face of a structure. The davit base is permanently mounted to the structure whilst the davit arm unit is relocated from base to base to access different sections of the structure or facade.
The Safya Raptor Rope Access Davit Arm is designed to conform to requirements of the Australian & New Zealand Standards AS/NZS 5532:2013 AS/NZS/ISO22846, AS/NZS 1891, and relevant codes of practices and guidelines.