The Uni-Life Track™ complete fall protection system offers a total solution to safe guard against accidental falls from elevated work areas. Keep your workforce safe and comply with OSHA requirements, as well as ANSI standards.

 

There are 3 major components to every Uni-Life Track complete fall protection system:

1. Anchor System

At the heart of the system is Unified's Enclosed Track Aluminum (ETA) rail. This lightweight, easy-to-install, rigid track system provides facilities with smooth, quiet, and clean operation. When combined with our anchor trolley, which uses dual bearing load wheels and guide rollers, we offer the lowest rolling resistance in the industry. The low rolling resistance allows the anchorage trolley to seamlessly self-track above the operator, reducing the risk of a swing fall.

2. Body Harness

A properly fit, full body harness is required for the operator to attach to the lanyard connection point. Unified offers the highest quality body harnesses on the market.

3. Connection

The connection point where the operator is engaged with the anchor system. Unified offers a self-retracting lanyard to provide minimum fall distance and maximum mobility.

Product Literature

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Because the Uni-Life Track™ complete fall protection system's ETA
anchor system is rigid, it offers crtical safety & cost advantages.


 

 

Uni-Life Track™ Anchor System

Uni-Life Track offers a better anchorage solution



Unified’s Uni-Life Track system is one of the most critical pieces of a complete fall protection system.
The aluminum profiles we use are lightweight and with enclosed track, the rolling surface stays clean
and free of debris. Our systems are custom designed for your specific application and available for use
with single or multiple workers. All systems are designed to meet or exceed the standard set forth by ANSI Z359.1.
Whether you are unloading a flat-bed trailer or working on a wing of an airplane, our representatives and engineers
will work to customize the exact system to meet your needs.

In addition to meeting the ANSI Z359.1 standard,
Uni-Life Track™ systems also meet the following standards:

Aluminum Enclosed Track Standards
ANSI MH27.2 - Specifications for Enclosed Track Under hung Cranes and Monorail Systems
Welded to AWS D1.1-00 Structural Welding Code
- Steel AWS Certified Welders

CMAA Standards
Free Standing Structures
AISC - Manual of Steel Construction

Rail Composition & Profiles

 

Extruded from 6005-T5 Series aluminum
Lightweight: 45% lighter than steel bridges
Enclosed track design

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




 

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Uni-Life Track™ System Components

Uni-Life Track offers integrated components for optimal performance


The Unified Uni-Life Track system anchor system features the industry’s best suspension components.
Suspension components are some of the most critical pieces of a complete fall protection system.

Articulating End Trucks

 

Unified’s Enclosed Track Systems feature articulating end trucks for bridge/runway configurations.
Unlike rigid end trucks, articulating end trucks allow the operator to easily move the inertia of the bridge.

A. Almag Aluminum Castings on components –
Lightweight with high tensile strength.
B. Molded Double Bearings on Load Wheels and Guide Rollers –
Allow for lowest rolling resistance in the industry.
C. Load Wheels & Guide Rollers – Zytel glass filled nylon
D. Safety Lugs – In the event of a catastrophic wheel
failure, the trolley will not come out of the rail.
E. Bronze Tee (end trucks only) – For increased durability.
F. Aircraft Safety cable (end trucks only) -
In the event of a catastrophic bronze tee failure,
the bridge will not fall to the ground.

Uni-Life Fall Trolley

The low rolling resistance also allows the anchorage trolley to seamlessly self-track above the operator, reducing the risk of swinging in the event of a fall. The Uni-Life Track fall trolley is designed to engage when a fall occurs.
The braking mechanism will prevent the worker from rolling into
a dangerous area.

Hanger & End Stop Components

 

Unified has multiple options for hanging your Uni-Life Track system,
depending on your connection point. To provide you the safest solution,
all hangers include a 8-foot safety cable with rod ends to tie around
the steel above in the event of a catastrophic failure.

Dual redundant end stops are standard with your Uni-Life Track system
on Monorail systems and Bridge/Runway systems.

 

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Uni-Life Track™ System Configurations

Flexibility to meet your application needs



There are many options to choose from for your Uni-Life Track system. Rely on our product
experts to help you decide the safest and most cost effective solution for your application.

Monorail

Bridge/Runway

Ideal for assembly, inspection or loading/unloading tankers,
flatbed trucks and rail cars.

Perfect when a working envelope is required, the
worker can travel in an X/Y direction.


Ceiling-Mount Systems

By using the existing support steel, these types of systems
are perfect when you need to have an open floor plan
or if there is no room to mount the system to the floor.
This option is the most cost effective solution as you
do not have to use columns to support.

Free-Standing Structures

This type of system is used when floor space is readily available.
The system attaches to custom lamp-post-style structures for
monorail systems and four or more posts for Runway/Bridge
Systems. These systems are flexible in that they can be
moved if the process changes.

Jib Arm

The perfect option if the ceiling is inaccessible or
adequate space on the floor is not available.
They can be mounted to the wall and work great
when fall protection is not required or overhead
cranes need to share the same space.

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The Uni-Life Track™ system meets or exceeds:

ANSI Z359 family of standards specifies product performance and testing criteria for personal fall arrest equipment. These are voluntary standards that provide important guidelines for fall protection; in fact these standards are sometimes adopted or referred to by OSHA and other regulatory agencies.

For more detailed information, visit Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)at www.osha.gov, or the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) at www.ansi.org