HARKEN TR31 TROLLEYS ONLY
WORK SECURELY AND SAFELY
The Tight Radius rail-and-trolley system is designed to work as an adjustable anchorage point for fall restraint on commercial marine vessels.
Rails are composed of straight and curved sections that change direction in both horizontal and vertical planes, allowing trolleys to run exceptionally smoothly around very tight radii and joints.
The system is independantly tested and conforms to EN795.2012 B/D
How does it work?
The TR31 continuous rail and trolley system allows a fully-harnessed crew member, safely tethered to the trolley, to move freely along the rail during inspection and maintenance, or when assisting in pilot transfer.
Rails can be either surface or stanchion mounted and are designed so the user never has to unhook and rehook the tether as he moves around the deck.
Strong: tested to 1200 kg (2645 lb ) 2 x MCA requirements
Compact: minimum intrusion on narrow deck and restricted work areas
Multidirectional load bearings
Anodized for maximum corrosion resistance
Brake trolley design
Screwpin on trolley keeps it in position when not in use
Delrin® roller bearings
No lubrication required
Roller fully supported on both ends
Vertical and horizontal operating planes
1.3 m unsupported span
200 mm radiused sections are standard. Straight track can be bent to a 350 mm radius or larger.
High-strength, marine grade 6061-T6 aluminum rail
Anodized for maximum protection
Counter sunk M8 fasteners for flush fitting
Rails are available in black or clear-anodized finishes for maximum corrosion protection