Standing Seam Roof Clamp – Original
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A signature anchor point of ours, the Original Standing Seam Clamp is designed to affix to all snap-lock seams on metal roofs. The forged ring connects to your lanyard and allows you to feel safe working at height, knowing you have a fall arrest system in place. If you are trying to affix to a mechanical seam, we encourage you to check out our Two-Way Standing Seam Roof Clamp, which clamps onto both snap-lock and mechanical seams.
Universal Standing Seam Clamp Features:
- Lightweight, reusable, easy to use
- Durable, all-steel construction with a zinc electroplate finish
- Unique, reversible design allows for seams up to 3/8″ wide
- Compatible with all snap-lock seams
- MR-24 or similar profiles can be covered with one clamp
- Part No. 340SSRC-00
*Use on clips anywhere on the completely seamed and attached roof sections, not closer than 4 ft. from the edge
NOTE: Do not use with horizontal lifelines. Designed for single point tie-off anchor only.
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We offer a wide array of anchor points and anchor accessories for your needs–whether commercial or residential–for anchoring to concrete, steel, wood. If you are looking for our Two-Way Standing Seam Roof Clamp, click here. If neither of these clam[ps fit your needs, please browse our selection of anchor points.
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