Rooftop Guardrail, 9′ Long

This rooftop guardrail system provides 9 feet of leading edge fall protection, requires no rooftop penetration, and can be categorized as a passive fall protection solution. This fall protection system is ideal for providing a reliable fall safety device around HVAC, Vents, near Access Ladders, Antennas, Valves, Solar Panels, or simply near frequently travelled areas that require routine maintenance.


These systems come pre-engineered in a singular crate; most parts are pre-assembled with simple to follow instructions and a singular tool for installation. Our free-standing, portable, modular systems are constructed with corrosion resistant, lightweight aluminum tubing and utilize counter weighted baseplates, no roof penetration is required meaning your roof remains intact.


Additional information

Part Number



42” From Ground to Top of Top-Rail

Shipping Info (DIMS)

401 lbs


This System Is Designed In Order To Meet Or Exceed All Major Governing Bodies Fall Protection Requirements Including: ANSI, OSHA, OHSA And MOL, These Include OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1926.501, 29 CFR 1926.502, Canadian National Building Code,,, Ontario Building Code Section,,, HSG-33 Health & Safety In Roof Work, BS 6399: Part 2 1995 Wind Code, EU Directives & CDM Regulations, BGV A1: 2000, Health, Safety & Welfare Regulation 13 “Falls Or Falling Objects” 1992



What Comes in the Kit

Single Tool Supplied for Assembly Complete Installation Manual and Layout Drawings 9 Counter Weighted Baseplates 5 Rubber Mats to Protect the Rooftop Membrane 5 Pre-Assembled Vertical Posts 8 Horizontal Rails Set Screws Variable Fittings Between Sections, Allowing For Flexibility During Installation All Parts And Materials Are Supplied In A Single Crate




Setup in Straight Line: Width: of Rails: 9’ 4”, Width with Baseplates 9’6”, Length From Edge To Back of Baseplates: 7’8”

Diameter of Rail

1.9” OD Aluminum Pipe

Unit Weight

450 lbs


L46” W11” H6”


Self-Weighted Bases Are Portable and Allow Simple, Non-Penetrating Installation to The Rooftop