Clamping down on roof safety


Miller by Sperian, a leader in personal protective equipment (PPE), has developed the new Miller Roof Clamp for added protection when working at heights.

Engineered to provide workers with a safe and secure temporary anchorage point when undertaking roof work, the Miller Roof Clamp acts as a single fall arrest anchor point when connected to an anchorage line or a TurboLite system.

The Miller Roof Clamp is manufactured using high quality steel tubing and angle pieces, and is powder-coated in a bright orange color to provide high visibility for workers when working at heights.

Clamping easily onto any roofing material, the Miller Roof Clamp requires no screws to mount, making it the lightweight portable fall protection solution for roof tilers, electricians and antenna installers, builders and anyone else working on roofs.

The Miller Roof Clamp is certified to AS/NZS 1891.4 2009 standards. It should only be attached to a roof structure that conforms to the load requirements in AS/NZS 1891.4 2009.

Sperian Protection
Ph: 1300 139 166

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