Load arrestors provide fall protection for equipment. There are a huge number of applications where load arrestors may be deployed, across a range of industries.
Do you lift or suspend equipment that cannot be allowed to drop? If so, you should consider installing a Guard load arrest device as a safeguard in case the primary lifting equipment fails.
If your primary load bearing equipment fails, a Guard load arrestor will automatically stop the load from falling, thereby preventing damage to the materials and, more importantly, protecting anybody below.
In many cases, fall protection for equipment is essential. For more information, explore the example Guard applications below, to find out more about why you need a load arrestor.
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