Roof Rig - Rooftop Roller -- MIO - Includes Counter Weights
As a rope access window cleaner, you know that safety and security are no joke. This MIO Artificial High Directional, more often referred to as a roof rig, provides you a safe and sturdy point off of which to rappel. Whether you are cleaning windows or using it for exterior building maintenance, this MIO roof rigger is OSHA, CAL, IWCA, and ANSI compliant so you can feel assured in your personal safety and safety rule due diligence. Available in a variety of frame sizes, this roof roller has tires so that moving it is relatively easy, while the tires also lock into place so that it won't move during use. Also, this and all other MIO products are covered by product liability insurance.
|SKU||UNIT WEIGHT||COUNTERWEIGHTS||COUNTERBALANCE SAFETY FACTOR||HEIGHT OF ANCHOR POINT||# OF 13' RUBBER TIRES||SPAN FROM FRONT TO REAR WHEELS||INSIDE PARAPET WALL CLEARANCE |
|130 LBS||12 - 504 LBS||4:1||52"||6||4'||43"|
|150 LBS||8 - 336 LBS||4:1||65"||4||6'||55"'|
|145 LBS||6 - 252 LBS||4:1||80"||4||8'||70'|
|173 LBS||12 - 504 LBS||4:1||71"||6||6'||55'|
|156 LBS||9 - 378 LBS||4:1||86"||4||8'||70'|
|Q: Is this a replacement for an anchor?|
|A: No, the roof rig needs to be tied back to an anchor.|
|Q: Do I still need to have a backup line?|
|A: Yes, you still need a backup line tied back to an independent anchor|
|Q: Can I move the rig back and forth while in use?|
|A: This is strictly prohibited except when specific requirements are met. Refer to the owner’s manual or contact MIO for details.|
|Q: Which size should I get?|
|A: You should consider the space constraints and the size of parapets on your job sites. Smaller rigs take up less space but require more counterweights and are heavier to move.|
The MIO Roof Rigs ship directly from MIO in PA. Normal lead time is 3 business days plus shipping time. They ship trucking in a large wooden crate.
Unless you have a commercial loading dock and the means to accept a large crate, the roof rigs ship to the nearest FedEx
terminal to your location and are held for pickup. During pickup, make sure to bring a large vehicle like a truck.
It’s also recommended to bring a power drill and a hammer or crowbar for opening the crate.