ABS Therm & ABS Signal
Thermal protective cover & signal rod for fall protection anchors

Product information ABS Therm & ABS Signal

Our ABS Therm thermal protective cover (330 mm) can be used to insulate an anchorage point or support in a lifeline system. The cover can be shortened and is available in two diameters (16 and 42 mm - inner diameter). Add an ABS Signal signal rod to easily locate your anchorage device in snow cover.

  • 330 mm high – can be individually shortened onsite
  • Installed on top of your roof membrane
  • Thermal cover: Outer diameter 70 mm – designed for anchorage points and lifeline systems (Ø16 mm)
  • Thermal cover: Outer diameter 100 mm – designed for systems using a supporting tube (Ø 42 mm)

Find out more about our ABS Therm & ABS Signal Protection against thermal bridges and snowed-in anchorage points

Throughout the year - in summer and in winter - our stainless steel anchorage points are exposed to outdoor temperatures. Use our ABS Therm thermal protective covers for the best-possible insulation of the anchors and supports in your lifeline system. Once you have installed your anchorage device on top of the roof membrane, the protective cover is simply placed over the support. You can choose between a cover for stainless steel supports that are 16 mm in diameter and covers for anchorage points that have been reinforced with a supporting tube (Ø 42 mm).

All our ABS Therm protective covers are made of high-quality UV-resistant and weather-proof synthetic material. Our standard thermal cover is 330 mm high and can be shortened to fit onsite. The covers are not generally sealed up which means that they can be adapted to perfectly fit the support.

To not only ensure that your anchorage device does not unintentionally act as a thermal bridge in the cold season but that it is also easy to locate, you can also equip your anchor or system support with an ABS Signal rod. This rod is 800 mm long and can be easily attached to a thermal protective cover to peek out through the snow, acting as a marker. As it is bright yellow it is very easy to see. This lets you locate your anchorage device quickly and you do not have to search around for it in the snow without being properly secured.