Fall Arrest rating for three workers and Fall Restraint for two. For Concrete applications, only 2 Workers for Fall Arrest and 2 for Fall Restraint. With the new job box and material rack, you will see safe and productive increases for your leading edge work. Includes Flat-Free Tires, 20 cf Job Box (w/double door opening from the center) and a Material Rack. Additional 12 cf job box and Raptor Alert available as an option.
Streamlined frame, removing any protrusions that might create tripping hazardsEnlarged front attachment plate to accommodate larger, different sized equipmentOpen lifting hooks have been removed and replaced with closed guide-loops underneath the frame for lifting or securing during transportationFork pockets added so the TriRex can be easily moved and loaded without risking damage
The TriRex was redesigned in 2011 from the ground up, based on customer feedback, features new safety innovations in order to offer the safest, most reliable, and easiest-to-use mobile fall protection unit on the market. Some of the high-lights:
Features : OSHA Compliant No Assembly Required No Counterweights No Loose Parts Useful On Every Job SiteNEW: Positive-locking wheel locksNEW: Positive-locking front axleNEW: Ratchet engagement arm lock - Automatically secures engagement arm to ensure unit will not disengage during a fall or rescue!NEW: Streamlined frameNEW: Convenient lifting fork-pocketsStandard Flat-Free Tires
Length: 74" (without handle attached), 113.5" (with handle attached)
Weight: 965 Pounds (Base Model)
Tires: Solid Polyurethane 18 x 8.5 x 8 flat free tires, needle bearings with grease zirks
Size of Platform: 23 3/4 x 29 3/4"
Height of Platform from Ground: 21-3/4"
Ground Clearance: 5-1/2"
Warranty: Manufacturers limited warranty covers any defect in workmanship or materials; One year from date of purchase
Standard Job Box Dimensions: 47 1/2" wide x 24" tall x 24" deep
Capacity: 20 cubic feet
Weight: 116 pounds
Description: 16 gauge solid steel construction, powder coated inside and out
Weight Carry Capacity of Trailer: 2000 lbs gross weight rating
Fall Protection Standards: 1926.502 (D)
Fall Arrest Anchor
Fall Arrest Capacity: Three Workers
Tested and approved for the following Substrates:
Built-Up Roofing (BUR) Membrane
Modified PVC Membranes
Thermoplastic Polyolefin (TPO) Membranes
EPDM Roofing Membranes
Modified Bitumen Membranes
Ballasted EPDM Membrane
Metal Deck (20 ga. And 22 ga. ONLY)
Expanded Polystyrene (EPS)
Topsoil, grade, compact dirt, at ground level
Flat Surfaces to .5:12 (can be used on slopes .5:12 to 1:12 when using the optional braking system)
DO NOT USE ON THE FOLLOWING SUBSTRATES:
Metal Deck less than 22ga. or over 20ga.
Loose laid material not part of a complete finished system
** BEFORE HOISTING TO ANY ROOF SURFACE**
THE CONTRACTOR MUST VERIFY THAT THE DECK ASSEMBLY CAN ACCOMMODATE
THE LIVE LOAD
THE RAPTOR R1000.
WHERE ARE THE COUNTERWEIGHTS/WATER TANKS?
The TriRex has no counterweights to add or water tanks to fill. The solid steel frame members, along with the leverage of the safety engagement arm, eliminates the need for cumbersome counterweights or water tanks.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
If a fall were to occur, the TriRex’s Patent-Pending Roof Safety Engagement Device penetrates the roof, creating a secure anchor point to restrain or arrest the fall.
HOW MANY MEN CAN ATTACH TO THE TRIREX?
Three.* The TriRex is rated for three men for fall arrest.
*With the optional Fall Restraint Tie-Off Rings an additional two men can be attached to the TriRex.
WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN FALL ARREST AND FALL RESTRAINT?
Fall arrest is the stopping of a fall in progress. Fall restraint is to stop before it occurs.
IS THE TRIREX OSHA APPROVED?
OSHA no longer offers an approved status to products. OSHA regulations and standards are established as the criteria to be met in the design of products. The TriRex is manufactured to comply with OSHA Regulation 1926.502(d) for fall arrest anchors.
WHERE DO I HOOK UP TO ON THE TRIREX?
Three rings that are welded to a green plate located in the center on one side of the TriRex. These three green rings are the tie off points. The four yellow lifting hooks located on each corner of the
TriRex are for hoisting purposes only.
ARE THERE ANY PARTS THAT NEED TO BE REPLACED OR RE-CERTIFIED IF THERE IS AN ACTIVATION OF THE SYSTEM?
No. If the activation is strong enough, the engagement claw may stick in the substrate. Dislodge the claw from the substrate and the engagement arm will return to its ready position. A competent individual should inspect the unit for any damage and to insure that the engagement arm moves in anuninhibited manner. The TriRex may be repositioned and used again.
CAN THE BASE MODEL TRIREX BE USED WITHOUT THE LARGE JOB BOX?
No. The large job box is an integral part of the TriRex and is bolted to the frame.
WHAT TYPE OF TIRES ARE INSTALLED ON THE TRIREX?
All TriRex’s now come standard with Solid Polyurethane Tires.
WHAT DOES THE TRIREX WEIGH?
The empty weight of the base model TriRex with solid tires is 965 pounds. Each AES TriRex has a sticker inside the lid of the rear job box which provides the empty weight of the models.
CAN I INSTALL MY OWN EQUIPMENT ON THE TRIREX?
Yes. AES Raptor offers an optional 12 cubic foot job box but the base model is sold without any
optional equipment, giving the owner the opportunity to install their own equipment.
CAN THE ENGAGEMENT SYSTEM BE INSTALLED ON THE ROOFING CARTS I ALREADY OWN?
No. The AES TriRex is specifically designed and tested to operate in combination with the Roof Safety Engagement Device. A fabricated roofing cart would not comply with OSHA regulations without proper testing and certification, thus subjecting the workers and owners to potential hazards and fines.