Global Height Safety leader, Guardian, is excited to be exhibiting at the 2024 World of Concrete in Las Vegas from January 23-25.
Today’s “Experience Height Safety Simplified” spotlight is the NEW C7 Cable Climbing Sleeve and Cable Climbing System:
Kevin Fitzpatrick, Senior Product Manager for Guardian commented: “When using the C7 sleeve and cable climbing system together, our users have seen a drastic improvement in the climbing experience. The decrease in nuisance lock-ups and easy installation really makes a difference when you’re up and down a ladder over and over again.”
The C7 Cable Climbing Sleeve is a patent-pending fall arresting sleeve designed to be up to 25% lighter* and provide unrivalled climbability. With its true, easy, one-handed operation, users can attach, detach, and re-attach the sleeve in seconds. It offers smooth, uninterrupted ascent, and is engineered to mitigate nuisance lock-ups on descent after long days at height.
The Cable Climbing System offers users easy installation with superior energy-absorbing properties making it an ideal personal fall arrest system (PFAS) solution for vertical applications. Its innovative and patent-pending mounting clamps reduce needed installation hardware by up to 25%**
To see and demo the new C7 and Cable Climbing System, please stop by today at World of Concrete, Central Hall, Booth C4449. For those not attending, and to learn more please visit https://guardianfall.com/discover-cable-climbing-system or to schedule a demo with your local Guardian Height Safety expert at https://guardianfall.com/support/find-your-local-rep
*vs the leading competitive ANSI Z359.16 Cable Fall Arrester Sleeve
**vs the leading competitive ANSI Z359.16 Cable Climbing System
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