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6160024

6160051

6160029

9506930

9507070

9507098

9506038

9506929

9507749

6160026

User Instruction Manual

POWERED CLIMB ASSIST SYSTEM

Machinery 2006/42/EC

Electrical Safety BS EN 60335-1:2002

+ A15:2011

EMC EN 61000-6-1:2007

EN 61000-6-3:2007

+ A1:2011

EN 61000-3-3:2008

EN 61000-3-2:2006

+ A2:2009

Table 1 –  Powered Climb Assist System Components

 

6160024

6160026

6160024 & 6160026 Cable Grips

Cable Grip

Zinc Plated Alloy Steel

Lanyard

Nylon, Elastic Web

Carabiners

Zinc Plated Alloy Steel, 

3,600 lb. (16 kN) Gate

6160025 - Portable Motor Control Unit

Weight

20 lb (9 kg)

Power Supply Range

110 - 240 VAC, 50-60 Hz

Climb Assist Force Range

55 - 120 lb (25 - 55 kg)

Motor Control Panel Functions

Press to switch power ON/OFF.

Press to decrease Climb Assist Force.

Press to increase Climb Assist Force

Press and hold Plus and Minus buttons to 

switch the direction of cable travel. Left 

LED should illuminate for systems with 

the Drive Bracket opposite the climber. 

Right LED should illuminate for systems 

with the Drive Bracket on the same side 

as the climber.

9506038

Power Cord, BS 546 Type M South Africa, India

9506929

Power Cord, NEMA 5-15P

United States, Canada, Mexico

9506930

Power Cord, AS 3112

Australia, New Zealand, China

9507098

Power Cord, CEE 7/7

Europe

1

Form No: 5903807  Rev: B

Date of Publication: 06/29/2016

 


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1

B

A

C

D

1

B

A

C

D

2

 

3

B

4

5

6

E

F

E

G

 


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2

1

4A

4A

4A

6

6

5

5

4B

4B

6

6

5

5

4A

6A

6B

 


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WARNING:

 This product must be used in conjunction with a Fall Arrest System. The user must follow the manufacturer’s instructions for 

each component of the system. These instructions must be provided to the user of this equipment. The user must read and understand these 

instructions before using this equipment. Manufacturer’s instructions must be followed for proper use and maintenance of this equipment. 

Alterations or misuse of this product or failure to follow instructions may result in serious injury or death.

IMPORTANT:

 If you have questions on the use, care, or suitability of this equipment for your application, contact Capital Safety.

IMPORTANT:

 Before using the Portable Motor Control Unit for the fi rst time, record the product identifi cation information from the ID label 

in the “Inspection and Maintenance Log (Table 1)”

DESCRIPTION

Figure 1 illustrates the Powered Climb Assist System (PCAS). The PCAS provides climbing assistance for individuals ascending 

and descending interior fi xed ladders similar to those used in Wind Turbine Towers. The “Installation and Maintenance Manual 

(5903806)” describes the components permanently installed at each site and their installation: Top and bottom End Bracket 

Pulley assemblies attach to ladder rungs and support a Wire Rope Cable running up and down both sides of the ladder. A Drive 

Bracket allows cable tensioning and is socketed for insertion of the Portable Motor Control. 

Table 1 shows transportable components of the Powered Climb Assist System which are used at multiple locations: The Portable 

Motor Control Unit drives the Pulleys and Wire Rope Cable in a continuous loop to provide assist force for climbing up and down 

the ladder. A Cable Grip attaches on the Wire Rope Cable and tethers to the climbers Full Body Harness. Internal adaptive 

controls in the Motor Control allow the user to stop, ascend, and descend at will without operating a remote or switches. To 

power the Motor Control Unit, multiple Power Cord options are available with plug ends appropriate for the locales of use.

Table 1  –   Powered Climb Assist System Components

 

6160024

6160026

6160024 & 6160026 Cable Grips

Cable Grip

Zinc Plated Alloy Steel

Lanyard

Nylon

Carabiners

Zinc Plated Alloy Steel, 

3,600 lb. (16 kN) Gate

6160051 - Portable Motor Control Unit

Weight

20 lb (9 kg)

Power Supply Range

110 - 240 VAC, 50-60 Hz

Climb Assist Force Range

55 - 120 lb (25 - 55 kg)

Sound Emission

<70 dB(A)

+

kg

kg

POWERED
CLIMB ASSIST

www.capitalsafety.com

Motor Control Panel Functions

Press to switch power ON/OFF.

Press to decrease Climb Assist Force.

Press to increase Climb Assist Force

9506038

Power Cord, BS 546 Type M South Africa, India

9506929

Power Cord, NEMA 5-15P

United States, Canada, Mexico

9506930

Power Cord, AS 3112

Australia, New Zealand, China

9507070

Power Cord, IEC 60906-1

Brazil

9507098

Power Cord, CEE 7/7

Europe

9507749

Power Cord, BS1363A

United Kingdom

EN

Original Instructions

 


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1.0 APPLICATIONS

1.1 PURPOSE: 

The Powered Climb Assist System (PCAS) provides powered climb assistance while ascending or descending a 

ladder. The PCAS is intended for use on interior fi xed ladders, such as those used in Wind Turbine Towers.

IMPORTANT:

 The PCAS should be used only as directed. It is not intended for lifting tools, equipment, spare parts, etc.

1.2 TRAINING: 

It is the responsibility of the users and purchasers of this equipment to assure they are familiar with these 

instructions, trained in the correct care and use of, and are aware of the operating characteristics, application limitations, 

and consequences of improper use of this equipment.

CAUTION:

 Training must be conducted without exposing the user to a fall hazard. Training should be repeated on a periodic basis.

1.3 RESCUE 

PLAN: When using this equipment and connecting subsystem(s), the employer must have a rescue plan and the 

means at hand to implement and communicate that plan to users, authorized persons, and rescuers.

1.4 INSPECTION 

FREQUENCY: The Powered Climb Assist System shall be inspected by the user before each use and, 

additionally, by a competent person

1

 other than the user at intervals of no more than one year

2

. Inspection procedures 

are described in the “Inspection and Maintenance Log” (Table 2). Results of each Competent Person inspection should be 

recorded on copies of the “Inspection and Maintenance Log”.

2.0 REQUIREMENTS

Consider the following requirements when planning and installing the Powered Climb Assist System:

2.1 

FALL ARREST SYSTEM: The Powered Climb Assist System is not certifi ed for Fall Arrest. It must be used in combination 

with a Lad-Saf™ Ladder Safety System or similar Fall Arrest System certifi ed to the safety standards of the locale of 

installation.

2.2 LADDER 

STRUCTURE: The ladder structure on which the Powered Climb Assist System is installed must meet 

the structural and anchorage requirements of the accompanying Fall Arrest System. See the Fall Arrest System 

manufacturer’s instructions for details. The PCAS is NOT intended for use with portable ladders or ladders exposed to the 

environment. Ladders should be nearly vertical with a minimum slope of 75 degrees from horizontal for proper system 

operation.

2.3 CAPACITY: The Powered Climb Assist System is designed for use by one person with a combined weight (clothing, tools, 

etc.) of no more than 310 lbs (141 kg). Only one person should be attached to the PCAS at any time.

2.4 ELECTRICAL: The Plug-and-Play Motor Control Unit that powers the Powered Climb Assist System requires a 110-240 

VAC, 50-60 Hz power source.

2.5 

FULL BODY HARNESS: A Full Body Harness must be used with the Powered Climb Assist System. The harness must 

have a frontal connection suitable for fall arrest when climbing a ladder. The fall arrest connection point must be above 

the user’s center of gravity.

RECOMMENDED HARNESSES:

 Capital Safety recommends specifi c DBI-SALA Wind Energy Harnesses with integrated Climb Assist 

Lanyards for use with the 6160026 Cable Grip. Contact Capital Safety or see www.CapitalSafety.com for details.

OTHER HARNESSES:

 Other harnesses may be used with the 6160024 Cable Grip Lanyard Assembly, but do not offer the same level 

of comfort as the recommended DBI-SALA Wind Energy Harnesses.

WARNING:

 Body Belts are not authorized for use with the Powered Climb Assist System. Falls with a Body Belt may result in 

unintentional release or possible suffocation due to insuffi cient body support.

2.6 HAZARDS: Use of this equipment in areas with hazards may require additional precautions to prevent injury to the user 

or damage to the equipment. Hazards may include, but are not limited to; heat, chemicals, corrosive environments, high 

voltage power lines, explosive or toxic gases, moving machinery, and sharp edges.

PINCH POINTS:

 Avoid touching areas where 

the moving Wire Rope Cable passes through 

grommets in the Bracket Assemblies when the 

PCAS is running.

2.7 COMPONENT 

COMPATIBILITY: Capital Safety equipment is designed for use with Capital Safety approved components 

and subsystems only. Substitutions or replacements made with non-approved components or subsystems may jeopardize 

compatibility of equipment and may effect the safety and reliability of the complete system.

IMPORTANT:

 Equipment substitutions require written consent from Capital Safety.

1 Competent 

Person:

 One who is capable of identifying existing and predictable hazards in the surroundings or working conditions which are unsanitary, 

hazardous, or dangerous to employees, and who has authorization to take prompt corrective measures to eliminate them.

2 Inspection 

Frequency:

 Extreme working conditions (harsh environments, prolonged use, etc.)may require increasing the frequency of competent person 

inspections.

 


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2.8 CONNECTOR 

COMPATIBILITY: 

Connectors are considered to be compatible with connecting elements when they 

have been designed to work together in such a way that their sizes and shapes do not cause their gate mechanisms 

to inadvertently open regardless of how they become oriented. Contact Capital Safety if you have any questions about 

compatibility.

 

 Connectors (hooks, carabiners, and D-rings) must be capable of supporting at least 5,000 lbs. (22.2 kN). Connectors 

must be compatible with the anchorage or other system components. Do not use equipment that is not compatible. Non-

compatible connectors may unintentionally disengage (see Figure 4). Connectors must be compatible in size, shape, and 

strength. Self-locking snap hooks and carabiners are required by ANSI Z359 and OSHA. 

2.9 MAKING 

CONNECTIONS: Snap hooks and carabiners used with this equipment must be self-locking. Ensure all 

connections are compatible in size, shape and strength. Do not use equipment that is not compatible. Ensure all 

connectors are fully closed and locked.
Capital Safety connectors (snap hooks and carabiners) are designed to be used only as specifi ed in each product’s user’s 

instructions. See Figure 5 for examples of inappropriate connections. Do not connect snap hooks and carabiners:
A.  To a D-ring to which another connector is attached.
B.  In a manner that would result in a load on the gate.

NOTE: Large throat snap hooks should not be connected to standard size D-rings or similar objects which will 

result in a load on the gate if the hook or D-ring twists or rotates, unless the snap hook complies is equipped with 

a 3,600 lb (16 kN) gate. Check the marking on your snap hook to verify that it is appropriate for your application.

C.  In a false engagement, where features that protrude from the snap hook or carabiner catch on the anchor, and 

without visual confi rmation seems to be fully engaged to the anchor point.

D.  To each other.
E.  Directly to webbing or rope lanyard or tie-back (unless the manufacturer’s instructions for both the lanyard and 

connector specifi cally allows such a connection).

F.  To any object which is shaped or dimensioned such that the snap hook or carabiner will not close and lock, or that 

roll-out could occur.

G.  In a manner that does not allow the connector to align properly while under load.

4 –  Unintentional Disengagement

5 –  Inappropriate Connections

If the connecting element to which a snap hook (shown) or carabiner attaches 

is undersized or irregular in shape, a situation could occur where the connecting 

element applies a force to the gate of the snap hook or carabiner. This force may 

cause the gate (of either a self-locking or a non-locking snap hook) to open, 

allowing the snap hook or carabiner to disengage from the connecting point.

Small ring or other 

non-compatibly 

shaped element

Force is applied to the 

Snap Hook.

The Gate presses against 

the Connecting Ring.

The Gate opens allowing 

the Snap Hook to slip off.

 


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3.0 SYSTEM 

USE

IMPORTANT:

 Do not alter or intentionally misuse this equipment. Consult DBI-SALA when installing or using this equipment in combination 

with components or subsystems other than those described in this manual. Some subsystem and component combinations may interfere with 

the operation of this equipment.

3.1 

INSPECTION BEFORE EACH USE: Before each use of the Powered Climb Assist System: Inspect the Motor Control 

Unit and Cable Grip per the procedures defi ned in the “Inspection and Maintenance Log” (see Table 2). Inspect all other 

components of the Powered Climb Assist System per the procedures defi ned in the “Installation and Maintenance Manual 

(5903806)”. Inspect the required Fall Arrest System and Full Body Harness per the manufacturers’ instructions.

3.2 

PORTABLE MOTOR CONTROL UNIT INSTALLATION: The Portable Motor Control Unit can be easily transported to 

support multiple Powered Climb Assist Systems (PCAS) in multiple locations. Figure 2 illustrates installation of the Motor 

Control Unit. To install the Motor Control Unit on the PCAS System’s Drive Bracket:
1.  Lift the Motor Control by the handle and align the Drive Shaft (A) and Detent Pin (B) on the Motor Control with the 

Drive Socket (C) and Locking Hole (D) on the Drive Bracket (see Figure 2-1).

2.  Press the Detent Pin (B) and insert the Drive Shaft and Detent Pin all the way into the Drive Socket and Locking Hole 

(see Figure 2-2).

3.  Release the Detent Pin to secure the Motor Control on the Drive Bracket. Ensure that the Detent Pin is locked into 

place. You should hear an audible click when the Detent Pin snaps into place.

4.  Plug the Female Plug (E) on the Power Cord into the Power Socket on the Motor Control (F). (See Figure 2-4)
5.  Plug the Male Plug on the Power Cord (G) into a Power Source at the site (see Figure 2-5). 
6.  Pull the Emergency Stop Button out (Figure 2-6). The Power Button (

q

) Light on the Motor Control will turn yellow.

7.  Press the Power Button (

q

) on the Motor Control Keypad to turn on the Motor Control. The Power Button Light will 

switch from yellow to green when the Motor Control is powered on.

3.3 PCAS 

OPERATION: Figure 3 illustrates use of the Powered Climb Assist System. Operating procedures are as follows:

IMPORTANT:

 The Powered Climb Assist System (PCAS) is not certifi ed for Fall arrest. It must be used in combination with a Lad-

Saf™ Ladder Safety System or similar Fall Arrest System certifi ed to the safety standard(s) of the location of use.

EMERGENCY STOP:

 In the event of an emergency, the Motor Control is equipped with an Emergency Stop Button (see Figure 2-6). 

It is recommended that one person be available at the base of the ladder when the PCAS is in operation.

1.  If the Motor Control Unit is not on (Power Button Light is yellow), press the Power Button (

q

) on the Motor Control 

Unit (Figure 3-1). The Power Button Light will change from yellow to green. (If the Power Button Light is not yellow or 

green, verify that the Power Cord is plugged into the Motor Control and power source.)

2.  Adjust the Climb Assist force: Press the Plus (=) Button to increase force, or press the Minus (-) to decrease force. 

The fi ve red Climb Assist Force lights above the Plus and Minus Buttons indicate the current force setting. As force 

increases, additional lights will turn red (Figure 3-2):

RECOMMENDATION:

 Start with the minimum 25 kg (55 lb) Climb Assist Force and increase the force setting as you gain 

comfort with the Powered Climb Assist System.

3.  Don your Full Body Harness per the manufacturer’s instructions.
4.  Attach the Cable Grip to the Full Body Harness (Figure 3-4):

A.  If you are using the 6160024 Cable Grip, attach each of the Carabiners on the included lanyard to a side 

D-Ring or Leg Strap on your Harness. For optimal comfort and safety, ensure the load is transfered directly to 

the Harness Leg Straps (see Figure 3-4).

B.  If you are using the 6160026 Cable Grip and recommended DBI-SALA Wind Energy Harness, attach the 

Carabiner on the Cable Grip through the D-Rings on the Harnesses’ Climb Assist Lanyards.

5.  Attach to the Ladder Safety System (Figure 3-5) per the manufacturer’s instructions.
6.  Attach the Cable Grip to the Powered Climb Assist System’s Wire Rope Cable at a location below the Ladder Safety 

Sleeve (Figure 3-6): Push up on the Cable Grip Handle and position the Cable Grip Sleeve around the Wire Rope Cable 

(Figure 3-6A). Pull down on the Cable Grip Handle to secure the Cable Grip on the Wire Rope Cable (Figure 3-6B).

IMPORTANT:

 To prevent potential interference with the Ladder Safety Sleeve, never route the Climb Assist Lanyards over the 

Ladder Safety Sleeve and its connections.

7.  Pull the Wire Rope Cable down one to six inches (3 - 15 cm) to initiate climb assistance. Begin climbing immediately. 

The Cable will begin travel around the Bracket Pulleys and the Cable Grip will catch up to you in a few seconds. Once 

the Lanyards connected to the Cable Grip are taut, the system will pull upward, providing climb assistance.

IMPORTANT:

 Always maintain three points of contact with the ladder while climbing.

8.  When you stop climbing, the Powered Climb Assist System will stop automatically. To restart the PCAS, pull down on 

Wire Rope Cable and start climbing.

IMPORTANT:

 Before disconnecting the Cable Grip, always wait at least 3 seconds to allow the PCAS to switch to Rest mode.

9.  To use the Powered Climb Assist System while descending down the ladder, attach the Cable Grip and begin stepping 

down the ladder. The PCAS will provide support while descending the ladder.

 


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3.4 PCAS 

TROUBLESHOOTING: The following PCAS Troubleshooting Chart can be used to diagnose and correct system 

performance issues. If problems persist, contact Capital Safety.

PCAS Troubleshooting Chart

Symptom:

What to Check:

Corrective Action:

The Motor Control Unit will not 

mount on the Drive Bracket.

Are you pressing in the Detent Pin when 

you mount the Motor Control Unit on the 

Drive Bracket?

See Section 3.2 for Portable Motor 

Control Unit Installation.

The Motor Control Unit does not 

turn on.

Is the Power Cord plugged into the Power 

Socket on the Motor Control and power 

source at the site.?

Plug in the Power Cord (see Figures 

2-4 and 2-5).

Is the Emergency Stop Button pulled out?

Pull out the Emergency Stop Button 

(see Figure 2-6).

Is the power source live?

Check the power source with a meter.

The Motor Control Unit turns on, 

but does not provide assist force.

Is the Power Button turned on?

Press the Power Button (q) so the 

associated LED turns green (see 

Figure 3-1).

Are you pulling the Wire Rope Cable down 

1-6 inches (3-15 CM) to initiate climb 

assistance?

See Section 3.3 for PCA System 

Operation.

Is the Cable Grip attached correctly (see 

Figure 3-6)?

See Section 3.3 for PCA System 

Operation.

The Wire Rope Cable is pulling 

too hard or not pulling enough.

Is the Climb Assist Force Properly 

Adjusted?

See Section 3.3 for PCA System 

Operation

Is the Wire Rope Cable properly tensioned?

See Section 3.3 of the “Installation 

and Maintenance Manual (5903806)”

Is the power source within the specifi ed 

range for the Motor Control Unit?

Power sources must be within the 

specifi ed 110 VAC - 240 VAC range.

Is the temperature below -30° C (-22° F)?

When operating the PCAS in extreme 

cold, power on the Motor Control Unit 

and allow it warm up for a couple 

of minutes before operating. The 

Motor Control Unit will warm itself to 

improve performance.

4.0 INSPECTION

4.1 INSPECTION 

FREQUENCY: The Portable Motor Control and Cable Grip must be inspected at the intervals defi ned in 

Section 1. Inspection procedures are described in the “Inspection and Maintenance Log” (Table 2). Inspect all other 

components of the Powered Climb Assist System per the frequencies and procedures defi ned in the “Installation and 
Maintenance Manual (5903806)”
.

4.2 DEFECTS: If inspection reveals an unsafe or defective condition, replace or repair the affected component(s) prior to 

further use of the Powered Climb Assist System. Repairs must be performed by an Authorized Service Center. Contact 

Capital Safety.

4.3 PRODUCT 

LIFE: The functional life of the Powered Climb Assist System is determined by work conditions and 

maintenance. As long as the product passes inspection criteria, it may remain in service.

5.0  MAINTENANCE, SERVICING, STORAGE

NOTE:

 Only Capital Safety or parties authorized in writing may make repairs to this equipment.

5.1 CLEANING: Cable Grips may be cleaned using commercial parts cleaning solvents and rinsed with warm, soapy water. 

Light machine oil may be applied to moving parts if required. Do not use excessive oil, or allow oil to contact cable 

clamping surfaces. Clean attached Lanyards with water and mild soap solution. Rinse and thoroughly air dry. Do not force 

dry with heat.

IMPORTANT:

 If the Cable Grip or attached Lanyards contact acids or other caustic chemicals, remove from service and wash with 

water and a mild soap solution. Inspect per Table 2 before returning to service.

5.2 AUTHORIZED 

SERVICE: Additional maintenance and servicing procedures must be completed by an Authorized 

Service Center. Authorization must be in writing. Do not attempt to disassemble and repair components of the 

Powered Climb Assist System.

5.3 STORAGE: When not in use with the Powered Climb Assist System, store  Motor Control Units and Cable Grips in a 

cool, dry, clean environment out of direct sunlight. Avoid areas where chemical vapors may exist. Thoroughly inspect 

components after extended storage.

 


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Table 2  –   Inspection and Maintenance Log

Serial Number(s):

Date Purchased:

Model Number:

Date of First Use:

Inspection Date:

Inspected By:

Component:

Inspection: 

(See Section 1 for Inspection Frequency)

User

Competent 

Person

Cable Grip

(Diagram 1)

Inspect the Cable Grip for cracks, bends, or other deformities that might affect 

performance. The Handle (A) should be securely attached to the Sleeve (B) but 

should pivot freely around the Rivet (C). Teeth (D) should be present on the end 

of the handle that contacts the Wire Rope Cable.
Marking on the Cable Grip must be legible. See the back pages of this manual 

for required markings and their locations.

Cable Grip Lanyards 

(Diagram 2)

If so equipped, inspect attached web lanyards for concentrated wear, frayed 

strands, broken yarn, burns, cuts, and abrasions. The lanyard must be free 

of knots throughout its length. Inspect for excessive soiling, paint build-up, 

and rust staining. Inspect for chemical or heat damage indicated by brown, 

discolored, or brittle areas. Inspect for ultraviolet damage indicated by 

discoloration and the presence of splinters and slivers on the webbing. 

Portable Motor 

Control Unit 

(Diagram 3)

The Motor Control Unit Enclosure should be clean and free of cracks or other 

deformities that might impact performance of internal components.

The Motor Control Unit Power Cord should be free of cracks or holes in the outer 

casing and frayed, broken, or exposed wires. Plug ends should be free of defects 

and appropriate for the designated power source.

Plug the Power Cord into the Motor Control Unit and appropriate power source. 

Pull out the Emergency Stop Button. The lights on the control panel will fl ash 

momentarily and then the yellow Power Button (q) light (A) and fi rst red Climb 

Assist Force light (B) will stay lit. Press the Power Button (q) and the Power 

Button light will switch from yellow to green. If the control panel lights do not 

illuminate in the described manner, consult the Troubleshooting Chart in Section 

3.4.

All labels should be present on the Motor Control unit and should be fully 

legible. See the back pages of this manual for required labels and their 

locations.

Other Components

Inspect the PCAS Brackets, Wire Rope Cable Loop, and Wear Pads per 

instructions in the “Installation and Maintenance Manual” (5903806). Inspect 

the Full Body Harness per the Manufacturer’s instructions.

Diagram 1 

A

B

C

D

Diagram 2 

Cut

Frayed

Heavily

Soiled

Welding

Burns

Diagram 3 

B

A

Corrective Action/Maintenance:

Approved By:
Date:

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Date: 

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WARRANTY

WARRANTY FOR MOTOR CONTROL UNIT: Note that the Motor Control Unit of the Powered Climb Assist 

System is subject to a limited warranty of three (3) years, whereas all other components of the System are 

subject to Capital Safety’s standard limited lifetime warranty.

POWERED CLIMB ASSIST SYSTEM: Warranty to End User -  CAPITAL SAFETY warrants to the original end 

user (“End User”) that its products are free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use and 

service. This warranty extends for the lifetime of the product from the date the product is purchased by the End 

User, in new and unused condition, from a CAPITAL SAFETY authorized distributor. CAPITAL SAFETY’S entire 

liability to End User and End User’s exclusive remedy under this warranty is limited to the repair or replacement in 

kind of any defective product within its lifetime (as CAPITAL SAFETY in its sole discretion determines and deems 

appropriate). No oral or written information or advice given by CAPITAL SAFETY, its distributors, directors, offi cers, 

agents or employees shall create any additional warranties or in any way increase the scope of this warranty. 

CAPITAL SAFETY will not accept liability for defects that are the result of product abuse, misuse, alteration or 

modifi cation, or for defects that are due to a failure to install, maintain, or use the product in accordance with the 

manufacturer’s instructions.

MOTOR CONTROL UNIT: Warranty to End User - CAPITAL SAFETY warrants to the original end user (“End 

User”) that the Motor Control Unit (model # 6160051) for the DBI-SALA® Powered Climb Assist System is free 

from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use and service. This warranty extends for a period of 

three (3) years from the date the Motor Control Unit is purchased by the End User, in new and unused condition, 

from a CAPITAL SAFETY authorized distributor. CAPITAL SAFETY’S entire liability to End User and End User’s 

exclusive remedy under this warranty is limited to the repair or replacement in kind of the defective Motor Control 

Unit (as CAPITAL SAFETY in its sole discretion determines and deems appropriate) within the three year warranty 

period. No oral or written information or advice given by CAPITAL SAFETY, its distributors, directors, offi cers, 

agents or employees shall create any additional warranties or in any way increase the scope of this warranty. 

CAPITAL SAFETY will not accept liability for defects that are the result of product abuse, misuse, alteration or 

modifi cation, or for defects that are due to a failure to install, maintain, or use the product in accordance with the 

manufacturer’s instructions.

CAPITAL SAFETY WARRANTIES APPLY ONLY TO THE END USER. THESE WARRANTIES ARE THE ONLY WARRANTIES 

APPLICABLE TO THIS PRODUCT AND ARE IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES AND LIABILITIES, EXPRESSED 

OR IMPLIED. CAPITAL SAFETY EXPRESSLY EXCLUDES AND DISCLAIMS ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF 

MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL, 

PUNITIVE OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY NATURE, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, LOST PROFITS, 

REVENUES, OR PRODUCTIVITY, OR FOR BODILY INJURY OR DEATH OR LOSS OR DAMAGE TO PROPERTY, UNDER 

ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, CONTRACT, WARRANTY, STRICT LIABILITY, TORT 

(INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE) OR OTHER LEGAL OR EQUITABLE THEORY.

 


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