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ABS-Lock X-H-24
Anchorage point - designed for screwing onto a wooden surface

Presenting our ABS-Lock X-H-24 anchorage point in moving images: Watch our short product video to find out more about its most important features!
Image showing an ABS-Lock X-H-24 installed straight on top of the wooden panelling
Our ABS-Lock X-H-24 anchorage point is simply screwed straight onto the wooden panelling to provide a reliable fall protection solution
Image showing an ABS-Lock X-H-24 anchorage point installed on a wooden substructure by screwing through the bitumen surface
Our ABS-Lock X-H-24 anchor can be installed on a wooden substructure by screwing through the bitumen surface

Product information ABS-Lock X-H-24

The round base plate (Ø 400 mm) of this stainless steel anchorage point (Ø 16 mm) guarantees that any force exerted on it is optimally distributed across a thin installation surface. Our standard package includes 24 stainless screws which are used to attach the device to an OSB / wooden surface.

  • EN 795:2012, A + CEN/TS 16415:2013
  • OSB min. 12 mm
  • Wood min. 18 mm
  • Can also be installed on a vapour barrier or waterproofing (max. 15 mm)
  • Optimal force distribution through the round base plate design
  • Incl. installation set
Application
Substructure
Force Directions
Max. no. of users
Certification
Attachment
ABS-Lock SYS

Find out more about our ABS-Lock X-H-24 Stainless steel anchorage point with a round base plate for thin surfaces

An anchorage point for 3 individuals which still does its job perfectly even when installed in OSB (oriented strand) boards that are merely 12 mm thick? No problem for our ABS-Lock X-H-24 – thanks to its special base plate geometry. Due to its symmetrical design, the force (of a fall) is optimally distributed – irrespective of the direction of load. This anchorage device can also be screwed onto waterproofing, a vapour barrier or thermal insulation with a maximum depth of 15 mm.

This anchorage point, which is manufactured completely from stainless steel, is simply screwed onto an OSB surface or wooden panelling using 24 screws. Wooden subsurfaces, however, must be at least 18 mm thick. In the case of a fall, the anchor buckles to a pre-defined degree, thus minimizing the force exerted on the subsurface.

Make sure you only use your anchorage point in combination with suitable personal fall protection equipment (PPE). Your PPE should include a force-absorbing lanyard to reduce the force exerted on the user’s body and protect him/her from serious injury. Click here for more information on ABS Safety’s range of matching PPE equipment.

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