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3M Flexiguard 8560025 User Instruction Manual

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© 3M 2017

Form: 5903683 Rev: D

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Figure 1 - Flexiguard™ Counterweight Rail Fall Arrest System (FAS)

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Primary Forklift Pockets

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Alternate Forklift Pockets

Counterweight Base

Slope Indicator

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Vertical Support Beams

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Rail Supports

Glide Rail & Glide 4-Wheeled Trolley

Material Lifting Rings

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Counterweight

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Tie-back Supports

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Cross Members

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Leveling Feet

WARNING:

 This product is part of a personal fall arrest system

1

. The user

 

or rescuer

2

 must read and follow the manufacturer’s 

instructions for each component or part of the complete system. These instructions must be provided to the user/rescuer utilizing 

this equipment. The user/rescuer must read and understand these instructions or have them explained to them before using this 

equipment. Manufacturer’s instructions must be followed for proper use and maintenance of this product. Alterations or misuse 

of this product or failure to follow instructions may result in serious injury or death. If this product is resold outside the original 

country of destination, the re-seller must provide these instructions in the language of the country in which the product will be 

used.

IMPORTANT:

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

Safety.

IMPORTANT:

 Before using this equipment, record the product identification information from the ID label in the Inspection and 

Maintenance Log at the back of this manual.

1  Fall Arrest System: A system that prevents the worker from colliding with an obstruction or lower level by arresting a fall.
2 Rescuer: Person or persons other than the rescue subject acting to perform an assisted rescue by operation of a rescue system.

Counterweight Rail

Fall Arrest System

Model Number: 8560012, 8560024, 8560025, 8560124

 USER INSTRUCTION MANUAL

CEN/TS 16415: 2013

CE Type Test

No. 0086

BSI Product Services

Kitemark Court

Davy Avenue

Knowlhill, Milton Keynes

MK5 8PP, UK

CE Production Quality Control

No. 0086

BSI Product Services

Kitemark Court

Davy Avenue

Knowlhill, Milton Keynes

MK5 8PP, UK


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1.0 APPLICATIONS

1.1 PURPOSE: Personal Protective Equipment against falls from a height

The Counterweight Rail Fall Arrest System (Figure 1) combines easy access to elevated work areas with fall 

protection from the ground for the duration of the work performed. The system includes a Horizontal Rail 

Assembly with Trolleys that ride in Track Rails to any position along the Rail Assembly. The Trolleys serve as 

attachment points for the anchorage of a Personal Fall Arrest System (PFAS). The system can be moved by 

use of a lift truck or maintenance vehicle when equipped with proper accessories.

1.2 LIMITATIONS: The following limitations must be considered before using this product. Failure to observe 

product limitations could result in serious injury or death.

A.   ASSEMBLY: The rail system must be assembled in accordance with the instructions and requirements in 

the Assembly Instructions included with this product.

B.  INSTALLATION DOCUMENTATION: After assembly and installation of the Counterweight Rail 

Fall Arrest System (FAS), “Installation Documentation” meeting the informational requirements of  CEN/

TS 16415: 2013 Annex A must be completed by the installer and handed over to the user’s designated 

representative. The Installation Documentation should be kept at the job site for purposes of subsequent 

examination of the Counterweight Rail FAS.

C.   PERSONAL FALL ARREST SYSTEMS: Personal Fall Arrest Systems (PFAS) used with the rail system 

must meet applicable state and federal regulations, or CE regulations, and the requirements stated in 

this instruction.

D.   CAPACITY: The maximum working load for this product is determined by the number of trolleys and is 

specified by system labeling. The maximum weight of one person (including tools, clothing, and PFAS) is 

310 lbs. (141 kg). Only one person and one PFAS may be connected to a Trolley.

E.   PHYSICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS: Use of this equipment in areas with physical or 

environmental hazards may require that additional precautions be taken to reduce the possibility of 

damage to this equipment or injury to the user. Hazards may include, but are not limited to: high 

heat (welding or metal cutting), acid or caustic chemicals, corrosive environments such as exposure 

to seawater, high voltage power lines, electrical hazards, explosive or toxic gases, moving machinery, 

abrasive surfaces, or sharp edges. Contact Capital Safety if you have questions about the application of 

this equipment in areas where physical or environmental hazards are present.

F.   TRAINING: This equipment is to be assembled, installed, and used by persons who have been trained 

in its correct application and use.

1.3   STANDARDS: Refer to local standards, national standards, and CE standards, for more information on the 

application of this and associated equipment.

2.0  SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

2.1   COMPATIBILITY OF COMPONENTS: 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.

2.2   COMPATIBILITY OF CONNECTORS: 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 (22.2kN). 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 2). Connectors must be compatible in size, shape, and strength. Self-locking snap hooks and 

carabiners are required.

2.3 CONNECTIONS: Only use self-locking snap hooks and carabiners with this equipment. Only use connectors 

that are suitable to each application. 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 specified in each 

product’s user instructions. See Figure 3 for inappropriate connections. Capital Safety snap hooks and 

carabiners should not be connected:


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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. Large throat snap hooks are designed for use on fixed structural elements 

such as rebar or cross members that are not shaped in a way that can capture the gate of the hook.

C.  

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

anchor, and without visual confirmation seems to be fully engaged to the anchor point.

D.  

To each other.

E.    Directly to webbing or rope lanyard or tieback (unless the manufacturer’s instructions for both the 

lanyard and connector specifically 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 under load.

Figure 2 - Unintentional Disengagement (Rollout)

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

1. Force is applied to the snap hook.

2. The gate presses against the 

connecting ring

3. The gate opens allowing the snap 

hook to slip off

Figure 3 -  Inappropriate Connections


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3.0 TROLLEYS

Glide Rail Trolleys: Table 1 presents the Trolley option and defines the Trollies for your frame system.

Table 1 - Trolleys

Four-Wheeled, Small-Eyed SRL Trolleys

Connection point for SRLs attached with an approved Double-Locking Carabiner. Small eye minimizes loss of overhead 

clearance, keeping the worker’s attachment point as high as possible relative to their dorsal D-Ring. Model Numbers and 

dimensions are as follows:

Part

W

L

8521711

2.38” (60.45 mm)

6.50” (165.10 mm)

8522028 

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2.77” (70.36 mm)

6.50” (165.10 mm)

1  Wider wheel-based Trolley for use with “Super Extru-

sion” Rail Assemblies.

IMPORTANT:

 After the Trolleys has been fully installed, reinspect all components for damage, correct orientation, and 

proper torque on all nuts and bolts. Attach the intended fall arrest equipment (SRLs, Lanyards, etc.) to each Trolley and 

walk the Trolley the entire length of the Track Assembly to ensure the Trolley Wheels travel smoothly in the Track.


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4.0  OPERATION AND USE

WARNING:

 Do not alter or intentionally misuse this equipment.

WARNING:

 Consult Capital Safety when 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. Use caution when using this equipment around moving machinery, electrical hazards, chemical hazards, and sharp 

edges.

WARNING:

 The anchor device should only be used for personal fall protection equipment and not for lifting equipment (not 

included in this instruction).

WARNING:

 This equipment is intended for use in fall arrest system only. It is essential for the user to verify that a free 

space is required beneath the user at the workplace before each occasion of use. It is imperative in that in the event of a fall, 

that there be no collision with the ground and/or obstacle(s) in the fall path.

WARNING:

 Working at height has inherent risks. Some risks are noted here but are not limited to the following: falling, 

suspension/prolonged suspension, striking objects, and unconsciousness. In the event of a fall arrest and/or subsequent 

rescue (emergency) situation, some personal medical conditions may affect your safety. Medical conditions identified as risky 

for this type of activity include but are not limited to the following: heart disease, high blood pressure, vertigo, epilepsy, drug 

or alcohol dependence, psychiatric illness, impaired limb function, and balance issues. We recommend that your employer/

physician determine if you are fit to handle normal and emergency use of this equipment.

4.1   BEFORE EACH USE: Inspect this equipment carefully to ensure it is in good working condition. Check for 

worn or damaged parts. Ensure all parts are present and secure. Check the entire system for damage and 

corrosion. See Section 6 for further inspection details. Do not use if inspection reveals an unsafe condition. 

If the system fails inspection, immediately remove from service and do not use. Contact Capital Safety for 

information about how to repair the Rail system. 

4.2   PLANNING: Plan your system and how it will function before starting your work. Consider all factors that 

affect your safety during use. Some important points to consider when planning your system are:

A.   HAZARD EVALUATION: Evaluate job site hazards prior to starting work. Consult applicable CE and 

industry standards for guidelines and regulatory requirements on equipment such as personal fall arrest 

systems (PFAS).

B.   WORK SITE GEOMETRY: The use of the rail system and attached PFAS must be consistent with the 

geometric requirements stated in the manufacturer’s instruction manual(s). Check for obstructions or 

sharp edges in the work path. Avoid working where the user may swing and hit an object, or where lines 

may cross or tangle with that of another worker.

C.  FALL CLEARANCE: There must be sufficient clearance in your fall path to prevent striking an object or 

lower level in the event of a fall. A minimum of 6 ft. (1.8 m) from the working level to the lower level 

or nearest obstruction is recommended but may vary with you application and attached PFAS. See the 

PFAS manufacturers’ instructions.

D.  SWING FALLS: Swing Falls occur when the, anchorage point is not directly overhead (Figure 4). The 

force of striking an object in a Swing Fall may cause serious injury or death. Minimize Swing Falls by 

maintaining a work position as directly below the anchorage point as possible. In planning your system, 

increased clearance is required with Self-Retracting Lifelines or other variable length subsystems to 

negate the possibility of Swing Falls.

E.  SHARP EDGES: Avoid working where components of the rail system and attached subsystem(s) will 

contact with or abrade against unprotected sharp edges.

F.    RESCUE: When using this equipment, the employer must have a rescue plan and the means at hand to 

implement it and communicate that plan to users, authorized persons, and rescuers.

G.   AFTER A FALL: Any equipment which has been subjected to the forces of arresting a fall or exhibits 

damage consistent with the effect of fall arrest forces, must be removed from service immediately and 

destroyed by the user, the rescuer, or an authorized person.

4.3  FIXED-HEIGHT COUNTERWEIGHT HORIZONTAL RAIL SYSTEM: Fixed-Height Counterweight Horizontal 

Rail systems are not adjustable. The height of the rail system is dictated by the length of the rail system 

uprights. 

IMPORTANT: Do not attempt to adjust the height of the rail system by setting items under the leveling 

feet to gain more height. The Fixed-Height rail system must only be used when all four (4) leveling feet 

are safely touching the ground.

IMPORTANT: System must have  a quantity of two concrete blocks with the following specification 

placed on the concrete tray prior to system use. (Concrete blocks not included.) Concrete block 

dimensions: (Approx.) 2 ft. Height X 2 ft. Width X 6 ft. Length (61cm X 61cm X 183cm). Concrete Block 

Weight: (Approx.) 4,000 lbs (1,814 kg.). 


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Figure 4 - Fall Clearance & Swing Fall Falls

Swing Fall

Hazard

Fall

Clearance

4.4   REQUIREMENTS FOR PERSONAL FALL ARREST SYSTEMS (PFAS): PFAS used with the rail system must 

meet applicable CE requirements.

•  The PFAS should be rigged to minimize any potential free fall and never allow a free fall greater than 6 

ft. (1.8 m). The PFAS used with this equipment are required to include a full body harness as the body 

support component. This system is approved for use with Self-Retracting Devices and Energy Absorbers 

with a Maximum Average Arresting Force (MAAF) not exceeding 1,350 lbs (6 kN). Self-Retracting Device 

must meet the CE EN 360 standard. Energy Absorbers must meet the CE EN 355 standard. Body belts, 

unless incorporated into a full body harness, are not allowed for use with this equipment. A typical PFAS 

includes a full body harness, connecting subsystem or component (Self-Retracting Lifeline or Shock 

Absorbing Lanyard), and the necessary connectors to couple the system together.

•  If the system or any equipment has been subjected to the forces of arresting a fall, they must be 

removed from service immediately. The rail system should be inspected for any damage before it is put 

back into service. 

•  PFAS may only be attached to the Trolley which moves along the Rail Assembly (see Figure 1). 

WARNING:

 

Read and follow manufacturer’s instructions for the personal fall arrest equipment selected for use 

with the Counterweight Horizontal Rail System.

IMPORTANT:

 

Body belts are not allowed for free fall situations. Body belts increase the risk of injury during fall 

arrest in comparison to a full body harness. Limited suspension time and the potential for improperly wearing a 

body belt may result in added danger to the user’s health.

4.5  USING THE COUNTERWEIGHT HORIZONTAL RAIL SYSTEM: General steps for using the rail system are 

as follows:

IMPORTANT:

 Altering, misusing, or using combinations of components or subsystems, or both, which may affect or 

interfere with the safe function of each other is prohibited. 

WARNING:

 Never use the Counterweight Rail Fall Arrest System without proper counterweight installed in the 

counterweight base. Use of the system without proper counterweight can tip the system over resulting in injury or 

death.

Step 1.  Position the Counterweight Rail Fall Arrest System over the desired work area/object. Place the 

unit into position so the Rail Assembly is centered in the work area to maximize the effective safe 

work area and reduce the potential for a fall. The Leveling Feet must be positioned over a stable, 

level surface capable of supporting the weight of the rail system. 

Step 2.  Secure and level the Counterweight Horizontal Rail System: Use the level supplied with the 

system to determine if the system is resting level on the work surface. If the work surface is 

uneven, level the system by using a wrench to raise or lower the Leveling Feet until the system 

is resting level on the work surface. Do not use the rail system if the system is not level within 1 

degree in any direction.


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Step 3.  Don a Full Body Harness: Don a Full Body Harness per the manufacturer’s instructions.

Step 4.  Connect the SRL Lifeline to the Full Body Harness: Connect the Self Locking Snap Hook or 

Self Locking/Self Closing Carabiner on the end of the SRL Lifeline to the Front or Back D-Ring on 

the Full Body Harness. To ensure a safe connection, always follow the instructions provided in 

the SRL and Full Body Harness manufacturers’ instructions and observe the requirements in this 

manual regarding Compatibility of Connectors (Section 2.2) and Connections (Section 2.3).

Step 5.  When attached to the SRL: The worker is free to move about within recommended working 

areas at normal speeds. The Trolley should roll freely in the Rail Assembly. The Lifeline should 

extend smoothly and retract without hesitation. If slack line condition is created in normal use, 

the unit should be inspected and serviced by an authorized service center. Should a fall occur, the 

SRL will lock and arrest the fall. Upon rescue, remove the SRL from use. Inspect as described in 

manufacturer’s instructions. When working with the SRL, allow the lifeline to recoil back into the 

device under control. Allowing the lifeline to be fully extended for long periods of time may cause 

premature weakening of the retraction spring.

NOTE:

 

A Tagline should be attached to the SRL’s Lifeline Hook so the Lifeline can be pulled down to a proper 

position for connection to the Full Body Harness.

IMPORTANT:

 

The maximum number of people that may be attached to the Counterweight Horizontal Frame 

System is stated by the system labeling; each using an individual Trolley and SRL. No more than one (1) person 

should be attached to a single Trolley at any time.

NOTE:

 

The SRL line must not drag or bend over a leading edge while accessing the work area. To eliminate that 

problem reposition the unit. Follow the SRL manufacturer’s instructions carefully.

Figure 5 - Positioning and Safe Work Area

≤ 6 ft

(1.82 m)

≤ 6 ft

(1.82 m)

≤ 6 ft

(1.82 m)


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5.0 TRAINING

It is the responsibility of the user to assure they are familiar with these instructions, and are trained in 

the correct care and use of this equipment. Users must also be aware of the operating characteristics, 

application limits, and the consequences of improper use of this equipment.

IMPORTANT:

 Training must be conducted without exposing the trainee to a fall hazard. Training should be repeated on a 

periodic basis.

6.0 INSPECTION

IMPORTANT:

 After the rail system has been fully installed, perform a complete inspection. Make sure all supplied labels 

are present and legible. Inspect for loose bolts, cracks, corrosion, or any other type of abnormality. Inspect the Glide Rail and 

its components to ensure the trolleys roll smoothly along the entire span of the system. Check all nuts and bolts for proper 

torque and orientation. 

FREQUENCY:  The Fall Arrest System shall be inspected by the user before each use, and additionally, by 

a Competent Person

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

4

. Inspection procedures are 

described in the following ‘Inspection Steps’. Results of each Competent Person inspection should be recorded on 

the “Inspection and Maintenance Log” at the back this instruction manual.

INSPECTION STEPS: 

Step 1.  Inspect the frame system for physical damage. Look carefully for any signs of cracks, dents, or 

deformities in the metal. Make certain the components are not deformed in any way and that they 

move correctly.

Step 2.  Inspect the frame system for signs of excessive corrosion.
Step 3.  Ensure the condition of the mounting surface will support system loads.
Step 4.  Inspect each system component or subsystem (e.g. self-retracting lifeline, full body harness, etc.) 

per associated manufacturer’s instructions.

Step 5.  Verify there are no loose nuts and bolts on the system. Tighten all loose bolts to the proper torque 

specifications.

Step 6.  Verify that all labels are present and are fully legible.
Step 7.  Record the inspection date on the inspected equipment. Record the inspection date and results on 

the “Inspection and Maintenance Log” at the back of this manual.

IMPORTANT:

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

IMPORTANT:

 If the rail system as been subjected to the forces of arresting a fall, remove the system from the field of 

service. After the system has been removed from service, inspect the system to verify it is in proper working order before 

using the system.  

7.0 MAINTENANCE - SERVICING - STORAGE

7.1 CLEANING: Clean the rail system with a mild soap detergent solution. Excessive build-up of dirt, tar, etc. 

may prevent the system from working properly. If you have any questions concerning the condition of your 

frame system or have any doubt about putting it into service, contact Capital Safety.

NOTE:

 Additional maintenance and servicing procedures (i.e. replacement parts) must be completed by a factory authorized 

service center. Authorization must be in writing. 

7.2  STORAGE AND TRANSPORT: The rail system is designed to be stored outdoors during normal weather 

conditions. If the weather environment is severe, it is recommended to store the rail system in an area that 

prevents damage to the system. If the system is transported long distances, it should be disassembled and 

all components secured and protected from severe conditions during transport.

7.3   LEVELING FEET: The threaded portion of the leveling feet should be regularly lubricated with grease or 

light oil to ensure they can be turned freely. 

3  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.

4  Inspection Frequency: Extreme working conditions (harsh environments, prolonged use, etc.) may require increasing the 

frequency of competent person inspections.


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LABELING

The following labels should be securely attached to the Flexiguard system and fully legible:

A

A

B

D

C

C

B

C

D

 

READ INSTRUCTIONS:

 

The user/rescuer must read and 

understand these instructions 

or have them explained to them 

before using this equipment.

A

9510749 REV B

FlexiGuard

 

CUSTOM FALL 

PROTECTION SOLUTIONS

TM

PORTABLE COUNTERWEIGHTED 

RAIL SYSTEM

STEP 1: ENGAGE THE FRONT OR SIDE FORK POCKETS WITH A 

FORKLIFT CAPABLE OF SUPPORTING THE ENTIRE SYSTEM WEIGHT.

STEP 2: POSITION SYSTEM SO THAT GLIDERAIL IS OVER THE 

DESIRED WORK SURFACE.  ONCE IN PLACE, ROTATE EACH STABILIZ-

ING JACK UNTIL THE SYSTEM IS LEVEL. 

STEP 3: PULL DOWN THE TAG LINE TO CONNECT TO THE SRL (NOT 

PROVIDED) USING A FULL BODY HARNESS. 

STEP 4:  SYSTEM USERS MUST STAY WITHIN THE SAFE WORKING 

AREA. SEE FIGURE 1

WARNING

R

FIGURE 1 

SAFE WORKING AREA

OPERATORS INSTRUCTIONS

PERSONS

• THIS SYSTEM IS APPROVED FOR USE WITH RETRACTABLE DEVICES 

AND SHOCK ABSORBERS WITH A MAXIMUM ARRESTING FORCE(M.A.F.) 

RATING OF

 900 lb (4kN)

 OR LESS.

• TRANSFERRING FROM ONE SRL TO ANOTHER MUST BE DONE SO 

YOU ARE ATTACHED TO AT LEAST ONE SRL AT ALL TIMES.

• NO MORE THAN ONE PERSON MAY BE ATTACHED TO A GLIDE RAIL 

TROLLEY AT ANY GIVEN TIME.  SEE BELOW TO DETERMINE THE 

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF PERSONS ABLE TO USE THIS SYSTEM. NEVER

EXCEED THE MAXIMUM USER RATING.

• ALL USERS MUST READ AND UNDERSTAND THE INSTRUCTIONS 

PRIOR TO USING THIS SYSTEM.

• BEWARE OF OVERHEAD POWER LINES 

OR OTHER HAZARDS WHICH MAY CAUSE

 ELECTRIC SHOCK.

  

• SYSTEM MUST BE WITHIN 1 DEGREE OF

LEVEL PRIOR TO USE.

• THE CORRECT AMOUNT OF COUNTER-

WEIGHT MUST BE INSTALLED PRIOR TO 

THIS MAN-RATED SYSTEM IS DESIGNED FOR 

A MAXIMUM OF

           

                        

USER CAPACITY IN ACCORDANCE WITH 

MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTIONS.  FAILURE 

TO COMPLY MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY 

OR DEATH.

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6’

6’

6’

6’

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FE WORKIN

G A

REA

SAFE WORKIN

G A

REA

COUNTERWEIGHT

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INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE LOG

SERIAL NUMBER:

MODEL NUMBER:

 

DATE PURCHASED:

DATE OF FIRST USE:

INSPECTION DATE

INSPECTION ITEMS 

NOTED

CORRECTIVE ACTION

MAINTENANCE 

PERFORMED

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LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY

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 authorised 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 diff erent or 

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. THIS WARRANTY IS THE ONLY WARRANTY APPLICABLE TO OUR PRODUCTS AND IS IN 

LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES AND LIABILITIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED.

FR

Lebenslange Garantie mit Einschränkung

Endbenutzer-Garantie: CAPITAL SAFETY garantiert dem ursprünglichen Endbenutzer („Endbenutzer“), 

dass seine Produkte unter normalem Gebrauch und Betrieb frei von Material- und Herstellungsfehlern 

sind. Diese Garantie erstreckt sich auf die Lebensdauer des Produkts ab dem Datum, an dem der 

Endbenutzer das Produkt neu und ungebraucht von einem durch CAPITAL SAFETY autorisierten 

Händler gekauft hat. Die gesamte Haftung von CAPITAL SAFETY dem Endbenutzer gegenüber und der 

einzige Anspruch des Endbenutzers ist gemäß dieser Garantie beschränkt auf die Reparatur oder den 

Ersatz von defekten Produkten innerhalb ihrer Lebensdauer (eine Einschätzung diesbezüglich wird von 

CAPITAL SAFETY nach eigenem Ermessen durchgeführt). Keine von CAPITAL SAFETY schriftlich oder 

mündlich an Händler, Vorstandsmitglieder, Führungskräfte, Agenten oder Angestellte übergegebenen 

Informationen oder Hinweise ergeben jegliche andere oder zusätzliche Gewährleistungen, noch erhöhen 

sie den Umfang dieser Garantie. CAPITAL SAFETY schließt eine Haftung für Defekte aufgrund von 

unsachgemäßem Gebrauch, Änderungen oder Modifi kationen am Produkt sowie für Defekte, die darauf 

zurückzuführen sind, dass das Produkt nicht gemäß der Anweisungen des Herstellers montiert, gewartet 

und verwendet wurde, aus. DIESE GARANTIE IST DIE EINZIG GÜLTIGE GARANTIE FÜR UNSERE 

PRODUKTE UND GILT ANSTELLE VON ALLEN ANDEREN GARANTIEN UND HAFTUNGSBEDINGUNGEN, SEI 

ES AUSDRÜCKLICH ODER STILLSCHWEIGEND.

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Garantie limitée à vie

Garantie de l’utilisateur fi nal : CAPITAL SAFETY garantit à l’utilisateur fi nal d’origine (« Utilisateur 

fi nal ») que ses produits sont exempts de défauts de matériaux et de fabrication dans des conditions 

d’utilisation et d’entretien normales. Cette garantie s’étend pendant toute la durée de vie du produit à 

compter de la date d’achat du produit par l’Utilisateur fi nal, comme produit neuf et inutilisé, auprès d’un 

distributeur agréé. L’entière responsabilité de CAPITAL SAFETY envers l’Utilisateur fi nal et le recours 

exclusif de l’Utilisateur fi nal dans le cadre de cette garantie se limite à la réparation ou au remplacement 

en nature de tout produit défectueux pendant sa durée de vie (si CAPITAL SAFETY, à sa seule discrétion, 

le juge nécessaire). Aucune information ni aucun conseil, qu’ils soient oraux ou écrits, donnés par 

CAPITAL SAFETY, ses distributeurs, directeurs, responsables, agents ou employés ne créera de 

garanties diff érentes ou supplémentaires ni n’augmentera l’étendue de cette garantie. CAPITAL SAFETY 

n’assumera en aucun cas la responsabilité de défauts résultant d’une utilisation abusive du produit, de 

sa mauvaise utilisation, de son altération ou de sa modifi cation, ou de défauts découlant du non-respect 

des instructions du fabricant en matière d’installation, d’entretien ou de conditions d’utilisation. CETTE 

GARANTIE EST LA SEULE GARANTIE APPLICABLE À NOS PRODUITS ET ELLE REMPLACE TOUTES LES 

AUTRES GARANTIES ET RESPONSABILITÉS EXPRIMÉES OU IMPLICITES.

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USA

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Phone: 651.388.8282

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solutions@capitalsafety.com

Brazil

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81650-020

Brazil

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Mexico

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Mexico D.F.

Phone: (55) 57194820

mexico@capitalsafety.com

Colombia

Compañía Latinoamericana de Seguridad S.A.S.

Carrera 106 #15-25 Interior 105 Manzana 15

Zona Franca - Bogotá, Colombia

Phone: 57 1 6014777

servicioalcliente@capitalsafety.com

Canada

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Mississauga, ON L5S 1Y9 

Phone: 905.795.9333 

Toll-Free: 800.387.7484 

Fax: 888.387.7484 

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EMEA Headquarters:

5a Merse Road

North Moons Moat

Redditch, Worcestershire

B98 9HL UK

Phone: + 44 (0)1527 548 000

Fax: + 44 (0)1527 591 000

csgne@capitalsafety.com

France:

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Z.I. 1re Avenue - BP15

06511 Carros Le Broc Cedex

France

Phone: + 33 04 97 10 00 10

Fax: + 33 04 93 08 79 70

information@capitalsafety.com

Australia & New Zealand

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Silverwater

Sydney NSW 2128

Australia

Phone: +(61) 2 8753 7600

Toll-Free : 1800 245 002 (AUS)

Toll-Free : 0800 212 505 (NZ) 

Fax: +(61) 2 8753 7603 

sales@capitalsafety.com.au

Asia

Singapore:

69, Ubi Road 1, #05-20 

Oxley Bizhub

Singapore 408731

Phone: +65 - 65587758

Fax: +65 - 65587058

inquiry@capitalsafety.com

Shanghai:

Rm 1406, China Venturetech Plaza

819 Nan Jing Xi Rd,

Shanghai 200041, P R China

Phone: +86 21 62539050

Fax: +86 21 62539060

inquiry@capitalsafety.cn

www.capitalsafety.com