RAPTOR Davits - Designed, engineered and manufactured with the end user in mind.
OH510.1600 RAPTOR Davit Arm, 1000mm (L) x 1600mm (H)
OH510.2200 RAPTOR Davit Arm, 1000mm (L) x 2200mm (H)
OH514.1600 RAPTOR Davit Arm, 1400mm (L) x 1600mm (H)
OH514F.1600 RAPTOR Davit Arm, Front Braced, 1400mm (L) x 1600mm (H)
OH514.2200 RAPTOR Davit Arm, 1400mm (L) x 2200mm (H)
OH520 RAPTOR Davit Base – Floor Mount
OH521 RAPTOR Davit Base, Wall Mount
OH522 RAPTOR Davit Base, Cast-In
OH523 RAPTOR Davit Base – Low Profile
OH524 RAPTOR Davit Base, Low Profile
OH533 RAPTOR Davit Base End Cap
OH536.150 RAPTOR Davit Locking Pin Assembly, 150mm
OH536.180 RAPTOR Davit Locking Pin Assembly, 180mm
OH540 RAPTOR Davit Arm Certification Label
OH544 RAPTOR Davit Base Certification Label
AP160 RAPTOR Cast-In Bolt Kit
AP161 RAPTOR Chemical Fix Insert Assembly
What are RAPTOR Rope Access Davits?
RAPTOR Davit Arms are designed as a cantilevered anchorage device over balustrades, parapets and curtain walls for rope access work where workers are required to maintain building facades and equipment mounted on the external face of a structure.
RAPTOR Rope Access Davit Systems are an engineered single person device, designed to withstand a 12kN rope access load or safe working load of 400kg. The RAPTOR Davit System mostly connects to the primary structure of the building which includes, wall mount, floor, mount and concrete cast -in options, depending on the structure available and the intended use of the system.
The davit base is permanently mounted to the structure whilst the davit arm unit is relocated from base to base to access different sections of the structure or façade.
As these systems are required to safely suspend a human life, the system must only be used by a certified rope access operator.
Are your workers using the most effective systems? Read our article, "Providing safe access for facade maintenance" for more information.
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