Who is buying the V-5?
Universities, Churches, Homeowners, Historic Organizations, Hotels, Government Organizations.
BENEFITS of the Patent-Pending V-Series Permanent Anchor system:
- 3/8" - 1/2" Stainless steel. No finishes or paint to fail over time.
- Architect's dream. The low profile anchor and cast bronze cap (available in different finishes) blend nicely into historic roofs.
- No annual rooftop inspections to document for OSHA. Inspections are performed in the attic. This saves exposing workers to potential risk, saves the building owner money, and reduces traffic on roofs (which can ruin a slate roof).
- No welds to inspect, question, or fail over time. No moving parts to fail over time.
- 20 oz. copper flashing plate and cast bronze cap are perfect for historic buildings. (No plastic or rubber to fail over time.)
- Simple to install.
The commercial clients we service are generally intelligent, careful, and forward thinking. They understand that employee safety is a top priority and require OSHA compliant fall protection 100% of the time while their roofs are being serviced. They also understand that the law requires every employee who is exposed to a potential fall of 6' or greater be protected with a fall protection system. They agree that the long-term benefits of permanent fall protection anchors greatly offset the initial up front expense. They are long-term thinkers and understand the following facts:
Our customized patent-pending V-5 permanent roof anchor is a massive 3/8" - 1/2" thick stainless steel plate. With no moving parts or welds to fail, the V-5 is easily fully inspectable from the safety of the attic and is a preferred anchor system by architects and property owners. Similar to an iceberg, the huge bulk is beneath the surface. It wraps completely around the roof rafter and comes in sizes to fit 2x6 to 2x12 rafters or customized to be compatible with other roof systems. Outfitted with the discreet cast bronze and copper flashing kit shown above, it's designed to be practically unnoticeable and service workers for the life of the building.
Once installed on a building, forevermore . . . climb up, clip in, and get right to work, safely.