Free standing monorail

August 4, 2015
Free standing monorail
Gorbel specializes in a variety of rigid rail fall protection products. One of more popular configurations is the Free Standing Monorail. Engineered for areas that require long spans and an independent structure for support, this system provides a single path of fall protection in a permanent manner. Used widely in areas where floor space is readily available, Free Standing Monorail Systems are ideal for the transportation and agricultural markets. Numerous configurations are available, including cantilever designs offering economical options and long span capabilities. They are extensively used for outdoor applications and can be treated with special finishes to withstand the elements. Free standing cantilevered monorails are available in heights up to 26 feet to effectively protect workers maintaining, inspecting, or loading/unloading railcars, tankers or flatbed trucks. If floor space is at a premium, a ceiling mounted monorail is available. Ceiling mounted systems can provide unparalleled fall protection while maintaining an open floor plan for material handling, production or related activities.

www.gorbel.com

Other Fall Protection Products

  • Latchways PFL

    Latchways arc flash PFL

    MSA is pleased to announce the launch of the Latchways 6.5ft Arc Flash Personal...
    Miller personal fall limiter

    TurboLite Edge

    Honeywell has announced a new line of personal fall limiters (PFLs) designed to prevent a...
  • SkyConstruction harness

    SkyConstruction harness

    Decades of experience has gone into the SkyConstruction Harness making it...
    10 foot PFL

    10 foot PFL

    MSA has launched the Latchways 10ft. Cable Personal Fall Limiter (PFL) for fall protection. The...
  • Y-design

    Y-design

    Tractel’s rescue harness combines safety, versatility and comfort. The special Y-shape design...
    Smallest SRL

    Smallest SRL

    The MSA Latchways Mini Personal Fall Limiter (PFL) is a compact, lightweight self-retracting...