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WARNING:

 This product is part of an emergency rescue system. The user must follow manufacturer’s instructions for each 

part 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 equipment, 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 3M Fall 

Protection.

IMPORTANT:

 Record the product identification information from the ID label in the inspection and maintenance log in 

Section 9 of this manual.

DESCRIPTION:

The Rollgliss™ High Speed 200 foot Emergency Descent Devices with Auto-Retract are comprised of a wire rope lifeline housed 

in a cast aluminum enclosure. An internal brake controls sloped descent speed of a single user attached to a manual brake 

trolley at the end of the lifeline.

Figure 1 - 200 Ft (61m) Emergency Sloped Descent Device Models

Descent Device Model

Brake Trolley Model
With Yellow Zinc Plated Snap 

Hook, included with 3303015.

2103144

With Stainless Steel Snap Hook, 

included with 3303016.

2103145

Galvanized

3303015

Stainless Steel 3303016

Rollgliss

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200 Ft Emergency Sloped Descent Device

High Speed with Auto-Retract

Model Numbers: See Figure 1

USER INSTRUCTION MANUAl 

ROllGlISS

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 EMERGENCY DESCENT DEVICE

This manual is intended to be used as part of an employee training program as required by OSHA.

Form: 5903739  Rev: D

© 3M 2017

 


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FORM NO: 5908259  REV: A

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SAFETY INFORMATION

Please read, understand, and follow all safety information contained in these instructions prior to the use of this Pre-

Engineered Rescue System. FAILURE TO DO SO COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.

These instructions must be provided to the user of this equipment. Retain these instructions for future reference.

Intended Use:

This Pre-Engineered Rescue System is intended for use as part of a complete personal fall protection and/or rescue system.

Use in any other application including, but not limited to, material handling, recreational or sports related activities, or other activities not 

described in the User Instructions, is not approved by 3M and could result in serious injury or death. 

This system is only to be used by trained users in workplace applications.

 

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WARNING

This Pre-Engineered Rescue System is intended for use as part of a complete personal fall protection and/or rescue system. It is expected 

that all users be fully trained in the safe installation and operation of their Pre-Engineered Rescue System. Misuse of this system 

could result in serious injury or death. For proper selection, operation, installation, maintenance, and service, refer to these User 

Instructions and all manufacturer recommendations, see your supervisor, or contact 3M Technical Service.

• 

To reduce the risks associated with working with a Pre-Engineered Rescue System which, if not avoided, could result 

in serious injury or death:

 

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Inspect the system before each use and at least annually. Inspect in accordance with the User Instructions.

 

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If inspection reveals an unsafe or defective condition in the device or a component of the device, remove the device from service 

and repair or replace according to the User Instructions.

 

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Label the system ‘UNUSABLE’ and immediately remove the system from service if it has been subjected to fall arrest or impact 

force. Inspect and handle the system according to the User Instructions.

 

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Ensure the rescue system and lifeline are kept free from all obstructions including, but not limited to, entanglement with other 

workers, yourself, and surrounding objects.

 

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Follow all manufacturer recommendations when connecting a lifeline.

 

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When performing rescue operations, always utilize fall protection safety measures as determined by your workplace rescue plan.

 

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Do not touch parts of devices exposed to high friction during or after long descents, as these parts may get hot and cause burns.

 

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Ensure proper edge protection is used if the lifeline may contact sharp edges or corners.

 

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Ensure a clear descent path, and that the landing area is clear of any obstructions or hazards that you may contact.

 

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Ensure that systems/subsystems assembled from components made by different manufacturers are compatible and meet 

the requirements of applicable standards, including the ANSI Z359 or other applicable fall protection codes, standards, or 

requirements. Always consult a Competent and/or Qualified Person before using these systems.

 

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(AUTOMATIC DESCENT DEVICES) Only use in rescue applications.

 

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(AUTOMATIC DESCENT DEVICES) Always record usage as defined by the User Instructions and remove from service in 

accordance with usage limits listed in the User Instructions.

 

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(R550 DEVICES WITH HANDWHEEL) Ensure the operator always maintains control of the hand wheel when the system is under 

load.

 

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(ROPE LIFELINE SYSTEMS) Use only rope described and approved in the User Instructions.

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To reduce the risks associated with working at height which, if not avoided, could result in serious injury or death:

 

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Ensure your health and physical condition allow you to safely withstand all of the forces associated with working at height. 

Consult with your doctor if you have any questions regarding your ability to use this equipment.

 

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Never exceed allowable capacity of your fall protection equipment.

 

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Never exceed maximum free fall distance of your fall protection equipment.

 

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Do not use any fall protection equipment that fails pre-use or other scheduled inspections, or if you have concerns about the use 

or suitability of the equipment for your application. Contact 3M Technical Services with any questions.

 

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Some subsystem and component combinations may interfere with the operation of this equipment. Only use compatible 

connections. Consult 3M prior to using this equipment in combination with components or subsystems other than those described 

in the User Instructions.

 

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Use extra precautions when working around moving machinery (e.g. top drive of oil rigs) electrical hazards, extreme 

temperatures, chemical hazards, explosive or toxic gases, sharp edges, or below overhead materials that could fall onto you or 

the fall protection equipment.

 

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Use Arc Flash or Hot Works systems when working in high heat environments.

 

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Avoid surfaces and objects that can damage the user or equipment.

 

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Ensure there is adequate fall clearance when working at height.

 

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Never modify or alter your fall protection equipment. Only 3M or parties authorized in writing by 3M may make repairs to the 

equipment.

 

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Prior to use of fall protection equipment, ensure a rescue plan is in place which allows for prompt rescue if a fall incident occurs.

 

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If a fall incident occurs, immediately seek medical attention for the fallen worker for the worker who has fallen.

 

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Do not use a body belt for fall arrest applications. Use only a Full Body Harness. 

 

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Minimize swing falls by working as directly below the anchorage point as possible.

 

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If training with this device, a secondary fall protection system must be utilized in a manner that does not expose the trainee to 

an unintended fall hazard.

 

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Always wear appropriate personal protective equipment when installing, using, or inspecting the device/system.

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1.0 APPLICATION

1.1 PURPOSE: The Rollgliss™ Emergency Descent Device is intended for emergency sloped descent only. It controls 

the descent speed of one user, wearing a full Body harness, attached to the manual brake trolley on the end of the 

Emergency Descent Device’s Lifeline.

WARNING:

 The Emergency Descent Device must not be used as a fall arrest device.

1.2 LIMITATIONS: The following application limitations must be recognized and considered before using this product:

A. CAPACITY: This equipment is designed for use by persons with a combined weight (including tools, clothing, body 

support, etc.) of 75 lbs. (34 kg) to 310 lbs. (141 kg).

B.  DESCENT SPEED: The speed at which the user will be lowered when using the Emergency Descent Device increases 

with the combined weight of the user. The below values are approximate and can be affected by sag of guide cable, 

user weight, length of system, location of user on the span and environmental conditions. One can expect a range of 

+/- 2 ft/s for each listed speed.

NOTE:

 These descent speeds assume no additional braking is applied by use of the manual Brake Trolley.

SLOPED DESCENT
Angle
  

(from 

Vertical)

Weight 

lbs (kg)

Descent Speed 

ft/s (m/s)

Angle  

(from 

Vertical)

Weight

 lbs (kg)

Descent Speed 

ft/s (m/s)

75

120 lbs. (55 kg) 

3.7 ft/s (1.1 m/s)

55

120 lbs. (55 kg) 

8.2 ft/s (2.5 m/s)

75

220 lbs. (100 kg) 6.8 ft/s (2.1 m/s)

55

220 lbs. (100 kg) 11.5 ft/s (3.5 m/s)

75

300 lbs. (136 kg) 9.3 ft/s (2.8 m/s)

55

300 lbs. (136 kg) 12.9 ft/s (3.9 m/s)

70

120 lbs. (55 kg) 

4.9 ft/s (1.5 m/s)

50

120 lbs. (55 kg) 

9.2 ft/s (2.9 m/s)

70

220 lbs. (100 kg) 9.0 ft/s (2.7 m/s)

50

220 lbs. (100 kg) 12.0 ft/s (3.6 m/s)

70

300 lbs. (136 kg) 12.3 ft/s (3.7 m/s)

50

300 lbs. (136 kg) 13.6 ft/s (4.1 m/s)

65

120 lbs. (55 kg) 

6.1 ft/s (1.8 m/s)

45

120 lbs. (55 kg) 

10.1 ft/s (3.1 m/s)

65

220 lbs. (100 kg) 11.1 ft/s (3.4 m/s)

45

220 lbs. (100 kg) 12.4 ft/s (3.8 m/s)

65

300 lbs. (136 kg) 11.5 ft/s (3.5 m/s)

45

300 lbs. (136 kg) 13.1 ft/s (4.0 m/s)

60

120 lbs. (55 kg) 

7.2 ft/s (2.2 m/s)

60

220 lbs. (100 kg) 10.9 ft/s (3.3 m/s)

60

300 lbs. (136 kg) 12.2 ft/s (3.7 m/s)

 C.  HAZARDOUS AREAS: Use of the Emergency Descent Device in hazardous areas may require additional precautions 

to reduce the possibility of injury to the user or damage to the equipment. Hazards may include, but are not limited 

to: high heat, caustic chemicals, corrosive environments, high voltage power lines, explosive or toxic gases, moving 

machinery, and sharp edges.

 D. TRAINING: The Emergency Descent Device is intended to be installed and used by persons trained in its correct 

application and use.

1.3  APPLICABLE STANDARDS: Refer to local, state, and federal (OSHA) standards for requirements governing the use of 

the Emergency Descent Device.

2.0  SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

2.1   COMPATIBILITY OF COMPONENTS: 3M Fall Protection equipment is designed for use with 3M Fall Protection 

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 (hooks, carabiners, D-rings) used to suspend the Emergency Descent 

Device must be capable of supporting at least 3,000 lbs (1,361 kg). Connectors must be compatible in size, shape, 

and strength. Non compatible connectors may unintentionally disengage (roll-out). Roll-out occurs when interference 

between the connector and anchorage connector causes the hook or carabiner gate to unintentionally open and release. 

Self locking snap hooks and carabiners must be used with this system to reduce the possibility of roll-out. Do not use 

connectors that will not completely close over the attachment element.

2.3   ANCHORAGE STRENGTH - 200 FT EMERGENCY SLOPED DESCENT DEvICES: Anchorages used to suspend the 

Emergency Descent Device must sustain static loads, applied along the axis of the device, of at least 3,000 lbs (1,361 

kg). When more than one Emergency Descent Device is attached to an anchorage the strengths stated above must be 

multiplied by the number of descent devices attached to the anchorage.

2.4  GUIDE CABLE: Applications with a sloped descent require a guide cable (see Figure 2, Item C). Systems requiring a 

guide cable must be designed by a qualified person. Descent speed is affected by the angle at which the guide cable is 

secured and the amount of sag in the guide cable. The guide cable must be installed with sufficient slope and limited sag 

to ensure the user will reach the landing area in the event of an emergency descent. The guide cable and the anchorage 

point must support the weight of the user in a descent. Guide cable must be 3/8 inch (.9525 cm) to 5/8 inch (1.5875 cm) 

wire rope. The operation of the emergency descent system should be verified by performing a test descent in accordance 

with section 3.2.C.

 

ANCHORAGE STRENGTH - GUIDE CABLE:  The table in Figure 2 provides approximate recommended anchorage 

strengths for various system configurations using 200 ft. (61 m) long, 5/8 inch (1.5875 m), 7x19 steel aircraft cable. 

 


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Figure 2 - Installation Options & Guide Cable Anchorage Strengths

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Angle of guide cable 

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Length of system

Initial guide cable sag Recommended anchorage strength 

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45 Degrees

115 ft (35m)

8.3 ft (2.5 m)

2800 lbs (12.46 kN)

45 Degrees

200 ft (61m)

14.4 ft (4.4 m)

3050 lbs (13.57 kN)

60 Degrees

115 ft (35m)

5.5 ft (1.7 m)

3750 lbs (16.68 kN)

60 Degrees

200 ft (61m)

10.0 ft (3.1 m)

4100 lbs (18.24 kN)

75 Degrees

115 ft (35m)

2.9 ft (0.9 m)

6900 lbs (30.69 kN)

75 Degrees

200 ft (61m)

5.1 ft (1.6 m)

7500 lbs (33.36 kN)

3.0  INSTALLATION AND USE

3.1  BEFORE EACH USE: Carefully inspect the Emergency Descent Device in accordance with Section 5 of this instruction.
3.2 PLANNING: Plan your emergency escape system and how it will be used before starting your work. Consider all factors 

that will affect your safety before, during, and after an escape. Consider the following when planning your system:

A. ANCHORAGE: Select a rigid anchorage point that is capable of supporting the load as specified by Section 2.3 in this 

instruction.

B.  DESCENT PATH AND LANDING AREA CLEARANCE: The planned descent path must be unobstructed. The 

landing area must be clear of obstructions to permit safe landing of the user. Failure to provide an unobstructed 

descent path and landing area may result in serious injury. 

C.  TEST THE SYSTEM: 3M Fall Protection recommends performing a test descent using a 120 lb (55 kg) test weight. 

The descent speed should be uniform and allow the user to reach the landing area safely. The descent speed should 

be approximately as stated in Section 1.2.B.

NOTE:

 The Emergency Descent Device does not need to be returned to a service center after a test descent.

D.  SHARP EDGES: Avoid using this equipment where system components will be in contact with, or abrade against, 

unprotected sharp edges. If working with this equipment near sharp edges is unavoidable, cover the sharp edge with 

a heavy pad.

E.  AFTER A DESCENT: After use of the Emergency Descent Device, the auto retract function retracts the lifeline back 

in the device under control. Depending on the slope of the application, it may be necessary to assist the Brake Trolley 

back to the Descent Device. The Emergency Descent Device must be serviced by an authorized service center after a 

descent as the result of an emergency.

 


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3.3   INSTALL GUIDE CABLE SUSPENSION BARS: See Figure 3.

Step 1. 

Remove four 1/4-20 x 1-1/4 Bolts.

Step 2. 

Position Suspension Bars.

Step 3. 

Install four 1/4-20 x 1-1/2 Bolts included in kit, torque to 60 in lbs.  

Figure 3 - Install Guide Cable Suspension Bars

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3

3

3

3

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3.4   CONNECT THE EMERGENCY DESCENT DEvICE TO AN ANCHORAGE: Figure 4 illustrates connection of the 

Emergency Descent Device to an anchorage. See Section 2 for compatibility and anchorage strength requirements.

DROPPED OBJECT PROTECTION:

 The handle of the Emergency Descent Device can be connected to secondary 

anchorage with a Tie-Off Adaptor to prevent dropping the device during installation on primary anchorage. 

Figure 4 - Connection of the Emergency Descent Device to Anchorage

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3.5  CONNECT THE EMERGENCY DESCENT DEvICE TO A GUIDE CABLE: Sloped angle descent applications require 

attaching the Emergency Descent Device to the guide cable. Use the suspension bar kit to attach the Emergency Descent Device 

to the guide cable as shown in Figure 5.

Step 1. 

Capture Guide Cable in Suspension Bars with 3/8-16 x 1-3/4 Bolts and 3/8-16 Nylok nuts. Torque to 60 in lbs.  

Step 2. 

Capture Descender Swivel and Guide Cable in Brake Trolley.  See detail in Section 3.6 and Figure 7.

 


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Figure 5 - Connect the Emergency Descent Device to a Guide Cable

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3.6  INSTALL DESCENDER SWIvEL AND GUIDE CABLE IN BRAKE TROLLEY: See Figure 6.

Step 1.  Remove two Brake Trolley lower bolts, nuts and snap hook.
Step 2.  Remove the Brake Handle and enclose the Guide Cable inside the Brake Trolley.

Step 3.  Install Descender swivel and snap hook with the same bolt and nut that was originally used to secure the snap hook.
Step 4.  Install Brake Handle back onto the Brake Trolley.
Step 5.  Tighten Brake Trolley fasteners to 60 in-lbs.
Step 6.  The Safety Clamp and Chain assembly prevents the Brake Trolley from unintentionally moving down the Guide 

Cable due to vibration, wind or other causes. Install the Safety Clamp on the Guide Cable at a location that will 

ensure that the Descender Brake Trolley is correctly positioned for emergency descent.

Figure 6 - Brake Trolley Installation

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3.7  CONNECT TO YOUR BODY SUPPORT: A full body harness 

or other means of supporting the user must be used with the 

Emergency Descent Device device. Do not use a body belt with the 

Emergency Descent Device. Attachment of the snap hook to the frontal or 

sternal D-rings on a full body harness is recommended (Figure 7). Ensure 

the D-ring is positioned to hold yourself upright. See the full body harness 

manufacturer’s instructions for more information.

WARNING:

 Do not use a body belt with the Emergency Descent 

Device. Body belts do not support your entire body, which may result 

in serious injury.

Figure 7 - Connect to a  

Full Body Harness

Front/

Sternal 

D-Ring

3.8   USE: Check your descent path and landing area for obstructions 

before stepping off the structure. The device will allow you to 

descend at a rapid rate. See Figure 8.

1.   Connect snap hook to front D-ring.
2.   Grip Brake Trolley handle. (Figure 8 A)
3.   Step off structure. Pull down on Brake Trolley handle to reduce 

descent speed.

4.   As you approach the landing, bend your knees and lean back 

slightly. 

5.   After landing, disconnect from your body support. The lifeline will 

retract back to the Emergency Descent Device. Depending on the 

slope of the application, it may be necessary to assist the Brake 

Trolley back to the Descent Device.

WARNING:

 The users of this equipment must be in good physical 

condition. The user must have the ability to absorb the landing.

Figure 8 - Descent Speed Control Lever

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4.0 TRAINING

It is the responsibility of the user and purchaser of the Emergency Descent Device to be trained in the correct care and 

use of this equipment. The user and purchaser must be aware of the operating characteristics, application limits, and 

consequences of improper use of this equipment.

WARNING:

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

5.0 INSPECTION

To ensure safe, efficient operation, the Emergency Descent Device should be inspected at intervals defined in Section 5.1. 

See Section 5.3 for inspection procedures.

5.1 FREQUENCY: In addition to inspecting the Emergency Descent Device prior to each use, Inspection should be performed 

at the following regular intervals:
•  MONTHLY: A monthly

1

 formal inspection should be completed by a competent person

2

 other than the user. A formal 

inspection should also be completed if the system parameters are changed, such as after a system is moved, re-

rigged, anchorages moved, etc. Extreme working conditions may require increasing the Inspection frequency. Inspect 

the Emergency Descent Device according to section 5.3. Record inspection results in the Inspection and Maintenance 

Log, or with the RFID system.

•  EvERY TWO YEARS: The Emergency Descent Device must be sent to an authorized service center every two years 

for inspection and service. See section 6.2.

5.2  RFID TAG: 200 Ft Emergency Sloped Descent Devices are equipped with a Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tag 

(Section 8, Item D). The RFID tag on the Emergency Descent Device can be used in conjunction with the handheld RFID 

reading device and the web based RFID portal to simplify inspection and inventory control and provide records for fall 

protection equipment. If you are a first-time user, contact a Customer Service representative in the US at 800-328-6146 or in 

Canada at 800-387-7484. If you have already registered, go to: www.capitalsafety.com. Follow the instructions provided with 

the handheld RFID reader or on the web RFID portal to transfer your data to the web log.

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

frequency of competent person inspections.

2  Competent Person: One who is capable of identifying existing and predictable hazards in the surroundings or working con-

ditions which are unsanitary, hazardous, or dangerous to employees, and who has authorization to take prompt corrective 

measures to eliminate them.

 


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5.3  INSPECTION STEPS: Per the intervals defined in Section 5.1, inspect the Emergency Descent Device as follows:

Step 1.

  Inspect the Emergency Descent Device for loose fasteners and bent or damaged parts. 

Step 2.

  Inspect the Emergency Descent Device housing for distortion, cracks, or other damage. Ensure the descent 

brake assembly is not damaged or distorted. 

Step 3.

  The Emergency Descent Device lifeline must pull out and retract fully. Depending on the slope of the 

application, it may be necessary to assist the Brake Trolley back to the Descent Device. Inspect entire wire 

rope for cuts, kinks, broken wires, corrosion, or severely abraded areas. Slide the cable bumper up and 

inspect the wire rope and ferrules for cracks, corrosion, broken wires, etc. 

Step 4.

  Device labels must be present and fully legible (see Section 8). 

Step 5.

  Inspect for corrosion on the device.

Step 6.

  Inspect connecting hooks or carabiners for damage, corrosion, and working condition.

Step 7.

  Inspect all system components and subsystems according to manufacturer’s instructions.

Step 8.

  Record inspection results in the Inspection and Maintenance Log (Section 9) or on the RFID web portal 

(Section 5.2).

5.4  UNSAFE OR DEFECTIvE CONDITIONS: If inspection reveals an unsafe or defective condition, remove the device from 

service and contact an authorized service center for repair.

6.0  MAINTENANCE, SERVICE, STORAGE

6.1  MAINTENANCE AND SERvICE: Periodically clean the exterior of the Emergency Descent Device with water and mild 

detergent. Position the device so excess water can drain out. Clean labels as required. Clean device lifeline with water 

and mild detergent. Rinse and thoroughly air dry. Do not force dry with heat. An excess buildup of dirt, paint, etc., may 

prevent the lifeline from retracting back into the device.

  

Additional maintenance and servicing must be completed by an authorized service center. Do not attempt to disassemble 

the device. 

NOTE:

 Only 3M Fall Protection or parties authorized in writing may make repairs to this equipment.

6.2  STORAGE AND TRANSPORT: Store and transport the Emergency Descent Device in a cool, dry, clean 

environment, out of direct sunlight. Avoid areas where chemical or organic vapors are present. Thoroughly inspect the 

Emergency Descent Device after extended storage.

7.0 SPECIFICATIONS

7.1 MATERIALS

Housing:

Cast Aluminum

Anchorage Handle:

Stainless Steel

Fasteners:

Stainless Steel

Main Shaft:

Stainless Steel

Connecting Hook: 

Stainless Steel

Cable Bumper:

Urethane

Lifeline (Stainless Steel): 3/16” (4.8 mm) dia. 7x19 Aircraft Wire Rope, 3,600 lbs (16 kN) 

minimum tensile strength

Finish Paint:

Polyester Baked Finish

7.2  PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS

Capacity:

75-310 lbs (34-141 kg), One Person

Nominal Descent Speed:

6 ft/sec (1.8 m/s)

Device meets OSHA requirements:

Yes

 


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8.0 LABELING

The following labels should be securely attached to the Emergency Descent Device and should be fully legible:

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9.0  INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE LOG

SERIAL NUMBER:

MODEL NUMBER:

 

DATE PURCHASED:

DATE OF FIRST USE:

INSPECTION DATE

INSPECTION ITEMS 

NOTED

CORRECTIvE ACTION

MAINTENANCE 

PERFORMED

Approved By:

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USA

3833 SALA Way 

Red Wing, MN 55066-5005 

Toll Free: 800.328.6146

Phone: 651.388.8282

Fax: 651.388.5065

3Mfallprotection@mmm.com

Brazil

Rua Anne Frank, 2621

Boqueirão Curitiba PR

81650-020

Brazil

Phone: 0800-942-2300

falecoma3m@mmm.com

Mexico

Calle Norte 35, 895-E

Col. Industrial Vallejo

C.P. 02300 Azcapotzalco

Mexico D.F.

Phone: (55) 57194820

mexico@capitalsafety.co

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Colombia

Compañía Latinoamericana de Seguridad S.A.S.

Carrera 106 #15-25 Interior 105 Manzana 15

Zona Franca - Bogotá, Colombia

Phone: 57 1 6014777

fallprotection-co@mmm.com

Canada

260 Export Boulevard 

Mississauga, ON L5S 1Y9 

Phone: 905.795.9333 

Toll-Free: 800.387.7484 

Fax: 888.387.7484 

3Mfallprotection-ca@mmm.com

EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa)

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

informationfallprotection@mmm.com

France:

Le Broc Center

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

informationfallprotection@mmm.com

Australia & New Zealand

95 Derby Street

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 

anzfallprotectionsales@mmm.com

Asia

Singapore:

69, Ubi Road 1, #05-20 

Oxley Bizhub

Singapore 408731

Phone: +65 - 65587758

Fax: +65 - 65587058

totalfallprotection@mmm.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

totalfallprotection@mmm.com

3M.com/FallProtection

U.S. PRODUCT WARRANTY, LIMITED REMEDY 

AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY

WARRANTY: THE FOLLOWING IS MADE IN LIEU OF ALL WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS, EXPRESS 

OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF MERCHANTABILITY OR 

FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. 
Unless otherwise provided by applicable law, 3M fall protection products are warranted against factory 

defects in workmanship and materials for a period of one year from the date of installation or fi rst use 

by the original owner.
LIMITED REMEDY: Upon written notice to 3M, 3M will repair or replace any product determined by 

3M to have a factory defect in workmanship or materials. 3M reserves the right to require product be 

returned to its facility for evaluation of warranty claims. This warranty does not cover product damage 

due to wear, abuse, misuse, damage in transit, failure to maintain the product or other damage beyond 

3M’s control. 3M will be the sole judge of product condition and warranty options.
This warranty applies only to the original purchaser and is the only warranty applicable to 3M’s fall 

protection products. Please contact 3M’s customer service department at 800-328-6146 or via email at 

3MFallProtection@mmm.com for assistance.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY: TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW, 3M IS NOT 

LIABLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES INCLUDING, 

BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOSS OF PROFITS, IN ANY WAY RELATED TO THE PRODUCTS REGARDLESS 

OF THE LEGAL THEORY ASSERTED.