Preview Our Newest Configurations
See us at NATE UNITED Feb 19-22 – Memphis, Tennesse – Booth 100
Introducing Our Latest Configurations, the FP 36 and FP 70.
Our two new “Solutions” provide a tie-off anchorage for 2 climbers.
The FP36 and FP70 are lightweight portable beams that provide anchorage points of 36″ or 70” off the tower.
- Designed for compliance with ANSI Z359, The Fall Protection Code
- Designed for compliance with OSHA 1910.140, Fall Protection
- Designed to be installed on monopoles or any round tower leg.
- Designed to provide two workers 100% tie-off.
- Reach: The beam has multiple tie-off points with the farthest point 70” off the tower. Ideal for workers on cellular antenna mounts.
- Lightweight and portable. The beam is fabricated from aluminum grade 6061-T6 angle 4” x 4” x 3/8” thick.
- Weight: 100 lbs for the mounts and the beam.
- Multiple tie-off points along the beam
- Beam rotates
For more information on availability and pricing please contact:
Phone: +1 (615) 602-0461
First, we make our tools to last
The beam and the mast pipe are strong and lightweight, made of 6061T6 structural grade aluminum. The structural steel clamps are engineered to attach securely to the tower.
We spent years developing our muscle
Our patented designed tools are made for the tower industry by people from the tower industry.
Customized Load chart calculator for the correct load limits
Bill Griswold designed our customized interactive load chart calculator for Matt’s Arm configurations.
Matt’s Arm Adds Muscle To Your Tower Needs
Matt’s Arm is the patented tool for telecom structures at all levels, whether a Monopole, self-supported, or guyed tower. You will find that Matt’s Arm is the most unique lifting tool available. It was designed to make crews more efficient and the industry safer. Matt’s Arm is lightweight, portable, and easily transported in a crew work trailer. This tool helps you change or install cell site antennas and sector mounts more efficiently. A crew can install Matt’s Arm in two hours or less. Its unique design allows it to reach all sectors on most towers and has a lifting capacity of up to 1,600 pounds. The design follows ANSI/TIA Standard 322 and the training per ANSI/TIA Standard A10.48.