Introducing the New Dropsafe Nets.
The Dropsafe Nets have always been a widely adopted and trusted safety solution, securely enclosing and tethering overhead fixtures to prevent dropped and falling objects. The new Nets are an enhancement of the original range, with additional features to further increase the levels of safety the Dropsafe Nets provide.
Dropsafe Nets have always delivered the highest standard of secondary retention for fixtures at height. The new Dropsafe Nets are an evolution of the existing range, with additional features to further increase safety and mitigate the risks dropped objects pose to personnel.
The new Dropsafe Nets have been enhanced with the innovative Trisafe™ Carabiner and RFID enabled Choke Plate. These additions, together with our existing best-in-class features, enable Dropsafe to provide the highest level of dropped object prevention possible.
Enhanced Safety Features
The Trisafe™ Carabiner is a revolutionary design that significantly reduces human error and eliminates the shortcomings of traditional carabiners. Advancing best practice, the Trisafe™ triple action opening, auto locking mechanism is easy to use with one hand, making the Net installation safer, faster, and more intuitive.
The Dropsafe Choke Plate has been updated to include an in-built RFID chip for improved traceability, and a more efficient, simpler inspection. Choke plates are critical in ensuring the securing cable can be pulled tight, enabling the Net to fit snugly around the fixture.
The new Dropsafe Nets are tested and certified to over 5x the Safe Working Load. With more than 100 sizes and installation toggles to ensure an accurate fit, the Nets are all made from SUS 316 stainless steel. These features and the additional enhancements set a new safety standard for Drops prevention.
The New Dropsafe Nets with the Trisafe™ Carabiner are reccommended by both DROPS online and SfS as Drops Prevention best practice.
Collating the latest data on Dropped Object incidents, Dropsafe’s white paper, The Neglected Hazard: A guide to Dropped Object risks in offshore wind shows that Dropped Objects are an ever-present, increasing threat to safe and cost-effective project development and operations in offshore wind.