The Beamer 2003 is a fall arrest system, sliding beam anchor, designed specifically for use at your feet and overhead. Engineered by Guardian Fall Protection, this bad boy, has all the bells and whistles, including, nylon bushings to provide smooth movement along the steel beam and act as an impact indicator in the event of a fall. The Guardian Beamer 2003 is reusable and extremely durable with a ratcheting end piece that slides easily in both directions. An easy to use anchor, designed for one handed operation. When used at foot level, a Guardian Fall Protection Big Boss Extended Free Fall Shock Absorbing Lanyard must be used or an ANSI .13 compliant, Shock absorbing lanyard.
- No tools are necessary, for fast installation and convenient one handed operation. " So simple an iron worker can do it." Copyright that for us.
- Precision machined aluminum bar makes this durable, lightweight beam clamp easy to use, welding spatter will not stick to the aluminum bar. Which makes this great anchor point easy to clean and keep in good condition, so it's ready to go for your next job.
- Very popular fall protection, beam anchor point, that slides with you, giving you a wide range of freedom to work
- Adjustable D-Ring, with a 180° swivel and nylon bushings to provide smooth movement, across steel beams, that double as an impact indicator, so the worker is always certain that the Beamer 2000 has not been used in a fall.
- Weather resistant and only weighs 4 lbs., it may be light, but it packs serious strength for a 5,000 lbs., OSHA approved anchor point.
- 00103 Guardian Beamer 2003 - fits 6 inch to 16 inch steel beams up to 1 1/4 inch thick, with easy adjustment to handle even bigger steel beams than it's brother, the 00101 Beamer 2000.
- The Beamer 2003 by Guardian, Meets ANSI Z359.1
- While most of our customers use this anchor on the top beam, please remember to use an ANSI .13 shock absorbing lanyard, if you are going to use this awesome sliding beam anchor at your feet. A 5 foot heavy duty shock absorbing lanyard, will even do the trick. If you are using the BMR2003 on the top beam, just a standard OSHA compliant shock absorbing lanyard is all that is necessary or a retractable lanyard.