The ANKAme Ladder Access Bracket is a fully compliant tool, designed to ensure your safety whilst working at heights. The bracket can be surface mounted to any metal, concrete or masonry roofing or walls, temporarily or permanently.
To be installed and used by competent persons only.
Constructed from 5mm high-grade, durable aluminum plate, with a linished finish.
1 x ladder access bracket, 1 x installation and user guide, 4 x permanent fixings (M12 X 25MM HEX HEAD SCREWS) ONLY
SELECTION, USE AND MAINTENANCE
Ladder should be tied to bracket during use. Do not install bracket in a corrosive environment. Do not use chemicals to clean. Wipe with a clean, damp cloth regularly. Access bracket should be inspected every 12 months.
QUICK INSTALLATION GUIDE
PERMANENT fix onto METAL
For roof or wall mounting, a minimum of 4 12x25mm roof screws with neoprene washer must be used for the permanent fix installation onto metal material, as shown in FIG 1.A
For roof or wall mounting, a minimum of 2 12x50mm roof screws with neoprene washer are used for the temporary fix installation onto metal roofs or walls as shown in FIG 2.A.
All screws must penetrate into timber or steel structure below roof sheeting, as shown. Use fixings from existing roof for temporary fixing of ladder access bracket. Temporary fix application is not suitable for Permanent fix application.
The Manufacturer / Distributor cannot be held responsible for any Product that is not installed correctly or is misused. Persons installing these Products must be competent. All persons installing Height Safety Products must know the ‘Working At Heights’ Regulations, have had Height Safety Training & be competent in all the relevant Australian Standards applicable to the work you are doing. Any installation diagrams are the manufacturers recommended methods and must be adhered to. The Manufacturer / Distributor cannot be held responsible for incorrect installation documentation or procedures. The Distributor will endeavor to help and give guidance where necessary but cannot be held responsible for any ‘misinterpretations’ or ’incorrect’ advice.