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GME Supply Product Catalog Version 18.1

GME Supply is North America's premier outfitter of fall protection, safety equipment, and gear for at-height workers, industry, and construction.

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GEAR CHECKLIST Make ordering easy with these convenient checklists. Use them as a guide to make sure you have everything you need or give them to each person on your crew. To make things even easier, we can turn your list into a custom kit with a part number unique to your company. Call our Gear Experts ® at (800) 940-6762 for more info. TOWER CLIMBING QTY ITEM PAGE(S) PART NUMBER Climbing Helmet 146-149 Harness 11-17 Twin Leg Lanyard 38-42 Cable Safety Sleeve 99 Rope Grab with 3’ Lanyard 79-81 Snaphook Spreader Bar 69 Positioning Device 46-49 Anchor Slings 60-61 Bolt Bags 138-141 Carabiners 67-71 Tool Lanyards 212-214 Gear Bag 142-143 Equipment for:___________________________________ Need by date:____________________________________ GENERAL PPE & SAFETY QTY ITEM PAGE(S) PART NUMBER Hard Hat 146-149 Safety Glasses 154-157 Gloves 159-166 Hearing Protection 150-151 Work Boots 186 First Aid Kit 169-171 Hi-Viz Apparel 181-183 Job Site Signs 190-192 LIFTING & RIGGING QTY ITEM PAGE(S) PART NUMBER Capstan Hoist 104-105 Mount 104-105 Generator 200 Handline Block / Snatch Block 108-109 Slings 116-117 Shackles 110 Load Rated Carabiners 113 Canvas Buckets 134-137 RESCUE QTY ITEM PAGE(S) PART NUMBER Rope 73-76 Descent Device 82 Pick-Off System 92-98 Small Carabiners 67-69 Anchor Strap 60-64 90 Gear Bag 142-143 ROPE QTY ITEM PAGE(S) PART NUMBER Safety Line 73-76 Load Line 108 Tag Line 73-76 Pulleys 83-85 240 Rope Bag 77-78 GMESUPPLY.COM TOWER TOOLS QTY ITEM PAGE(S) PART NUMBER RF Monitor 232 Two Way Radios & Accessories 222-225 Power Tools 204-207 Grounding Molds 193-194 Antenna Alignment Tool 226-231

08 - LTY Easy operation, cannot slip once in position. Gate 3600 ANSI Z2359. CSA Z2359. problems, take the harness out of service. damage, hard spots P7 laBels 14 o 5M 5990 CSA Z259N12 ANSI Z359 12 Gate 3600 LB Easiest operation, but can occastiona ly require readjustment. CSA Z259.12 ANSI Z359.12 Gate 3600 LBS 23kN 13 YVN CSA Z259N12 ANSI Z359 12 Gate 3600 LB Put your arms through the shoulder straps, like a jacket. Cheapest options, hardes to use and adjust properly. fingers between your leg and the strap. to keep you safe. This D-Ring is found on a l ANSI harnesses. It’s used for fa l a rest and should be placed directly between the shoulder blades. Tower harnesses have another D-Ring here. It’s the only other connection point which can be used for fa l a rest, like on a cable climb system. Unlike the Dorsal D, fa l distance must be limited to 2 feet or less. Side D-rings are used for work positioning. Never fa l a rest. A seat is a common feature on tower harnesses, and if you’re working in suspension, you’ l be glad you have one. Look for features like Markings, warnings, ratings, & geoMetry of connectors CompLianCe Thi stamp clearly identifies the standard which the hardware is manufactured to fo low. Typica ly ANSI Z359.1-2007 or Z359.12, although there may also be CSA or EN ratings stamped, as we l. Load Rating A load rating should be stamped on the long axis of the hardware. This shows wha the minimum break strength of the hardware is, typica ly displayed in pounds, tons, or kN. manufaCtuReR maRkings ID’s who made the hardware, lot #’s and other codes to help identify when, where, and who made the thing. These aren’t as much as a safety feature, as they are for troubleshooting if there’s ever a bad batch from the manufacturer. InspectIng cOnnectORs gate funCtion Check the gate for smooth operation. It should open smoothly. When released, it should close and lock properly. When closed, move gate back and forth to see if there is excess movement. If it catches, grinds, doesn’t close properly, or is difficul to operate, remove the unit from service. defoRmity Check the axis of the unit for signs of overloading or deformity. Any stretching, or stress marks warrant removal from service. Rust/CoRRosion Look over the unit for any signs of corrosion or rust. ANSI Z359 connectors use a zinc coating for protection that wears o f during normal use. Once the zinc begins to show signs of pi ting or co rosion remove from service. maRkings If any of the ratings norma ly stamped on the hardware are worn o f, the unit must be retired. physiCaL damage CONNECTORS 101 Inspect for any significant dents, nicks, cuts or gouges to the carabiner or snaphook. These can be indications of improper use. gate Ratings Stamped on the gate itself, usually as 3,600 lbs, 16 kN or 3.6 m. If your hardware is missing thi stamp, there’s a good chance you’re not in compliance. Don’t continue work with this gear! WaRnings Many manufacturers put reminders or warnings to help the user stay safe. Some examples include: a note to double check the gate is closed properly, red warning paint, or even a sku l and cross bones logo for open gates. ANSI Z359.12 – 2 09 Co necting Components for Personal Fa l A rest Systems Snaph oks and carabiner sha l be self-closing and self-locking and sha l be capable of being opened only by at leas two consecutive deliberate actions. They sha l be capable of withstanding a 5, 0 lbs. ( 2.2kN) tensile load. The gate sha l be capable of withstanding a minimum load of 3,6 0 lbs (16kN) withou the gate separating. A l marking sha l be in English, and be legible for the life of the component. Co nectors sha l be marked to identify: manufacturer, year of manufacture, load rating for major axis (minimum of 2 kN or 5, 0 lbs), load rating for gate marked on gate mechanism, for co nectors that are non-integral part (non-captive eye), then “ANSI Z359.12” is required. OSHA 1910. 6 & 1926.502 – Regulations for Carabiners and Snaph oks Co nector sha l be drop forged, pre sed or formed st el, or made of equivalent materials. They sha l have a co rosion-resistant finish, with sm oth surfaces and edges to prevent damage to interfacing parts of the system. Snaph ok sha l be sized to be compatible with the member to which they are co nected so as to prevent unintentional disengagement, or sha l be a locking type snaph ok designed and used to prevent disengagement. Snaph oks, unle s of a locking type designed and used to prevent disengagement from the fo lowing co nections, sha l not be engaged: directly to we bing, rope or wire rope; to each other; to a D-ring to which another snaph ok or other co nector is a tached; to a horizonta lifeline; or to any other object which is incompatibly shaped or dimensioned in relation to the snaph ok such tha the co nected object could depre s the snaph ok k eper a sufficient amoun to release itself. HOW TO PROPERLY DON, ADJUST, AND INSPECT A FULL BODY HARNESS FULL BODY HARNESS 101 23kN 13 YVN YOKE N-248G 50 kN 13 VWU geometRy donning THE HARnESS 1 Untangle and VisUally CheCk harness Grab the harne s by the dorsal D-ring and follow the chest strap to untangle. Closely look over the harne s webbing for abrasion, the hardware for exce sive wear, and the impact indicators to ensure it hasn’t been in a fa l. During normal work, connectors move around on anchorage points. If your hardware isn’t designed to be used with your anchorage point, or doesn’t have proper safety features, the gate could make contact with the anchorage point and potentia ly work its way open. Be sure your connector and anchorage point are compatible. This risk is magnified when the connection is at foot level. 15 0 lb SAFE WORKING LOAD/ASME B30, Lot #0115 tension diReCtion Snaphooks and carabiners are designed to be loaded on their long axis. Loading them inco rectly may lead to failure. Always be sure your hardware is being loaded in the proper direction. If you’re at risk of cross loading, or applying tension on the short axis, don’t continue working. one at a time Connectors are designed to go solo. A taching two snaphooks or carabiners to a single D-ring may cause problems. They can act on each other causing one to slip open, or ge twisted up, causing damage. Remember, one per anchorage point! Load Rating Hardware made for lifting and rigging wi l have a Working Load Limit, often abbreviated as WLL on the hardware, stamped in the metal. This means the hardware has been tested to be able to maintain a static load up to that rating. This rating can be listed in lbs, tons, or even kN. Don’t use carabiners designed for fa l protection for lifting and rigging! ansi ANSI Z359 compliant connectors are almost universa ly recommended. Hardware that has thi standard wi l have gates rated to 3,600 lbs. This helps ensure the gate wi l not fail if loading occurs. Multi-action gates are also required. To open, there must be at leas two separate actions made to release the mechanism. Look for the ANSI stamp before using the gear. the Many shapes, FunctIOns, and desIgns OF cOnnectORs There are many designs of connectors. From all the different shapes and materials of carabiners, to snaphooks and rebar hooks. Some have swivels, some have double and even triple action locking mechanisms. Made from steel, aluminum, or other alloys, they can be designed for fa l protection, lifting and rigging, or maybe jus to quickly connec two objects and not made for safety at a l! Be sure you have the proper piece of hardware for the job at hand… if you’re not sure, give our Gear Experts ® a ca l and we’ l make sure you’re in the clear! Y N-2854 25kN 12 VGV 2 don the harness TYPES oF ConnECToRS tongUe BUCkles Don’t secure the chest strap yet. 3 inSPECTing THE HARnESS Visua ly inspec these key areas of the harness every time, prior to beginning work. If you find any of these weBBing Cuts, tears, excess abrasion, holes, discoloration, UV damage, heat damage, welding slag, chemical stitChing Damaged stitching, broken thread, pu ls and loose stitches, missing sections d-rings, hardware, & BUCkles Deformity, co rosion and rust, major nicks and dings, excess wear, proper operation impaCt indiCators QUiCk-ConneCt Deployed impact indicators, broken D-ring plates, deformed grommets Manufacturer, date of manufacture, inspection log, model, series, warnings pass-thrU/mating adjUst From the Bottom Up The sub pelvic strap should rest just below your bu tocks. Raise or lower this using torso adjusters, usua ly above the waist belt. 4 ConneCt & adjUst leg straps These should be snug, but not overly tight. You should be able to slide 2 or 3 5 ConneCt & adjUst Chest strap & waist Belt Waist belt should be snug, but no too tight or too loose. The chest strap should rest directly acro s your chest cavity. No too high, not too low, but right in the sweet spot dorsal ConneCtion Chest strap work positioning seat sling additional tool loops or aluminum reinforcement. D-Rings can be connected using a spreader bar. GME INDEX // GME SWAG GME SUPPLY SAFETY POSTERS Hang this educational 19” x 27” full-color, 100 lb glossy posters in your office, training facility, work shop, or even your man cave to heighten awareness, prevent injuries, and show of your tower climber pride. 2201 Full body harness 101 - $14.95 2202 Connectors 101 - $14.95 GME SUPPLY “CLIMB HIGHER” FITTED HAT Made from 98% cotton/ 2% spandex this FlexFit hat is made from cotton twill and offers an athletic, mid-profile design. The front of the hat displays “Climb Higher”, and the side includes the GME Supply logo. Available in sizes: S/M (6-3/4” - 7-1/4”) or L/XL (7-1/8” - 7-5/8”). 12001 - $24.99 GME SUPPLY “CLIMB HIGHER” T-SHIRT Exclusive GME Supply “Climb Higher” design. Quarter-turned to eliminate center crease. Doubleneedle stitching throughout for increased durability. Seamless rib at neck. Taped shoulder-toshoulder. Pre-shrunk short sleeve T-shirt. 100% cotton. 10111 S - $12.99 10112 M - $12.99 10113 L - $12.99 10114 XL - $12.99 10115 2XL - $12.99 GME SUPPLY 16 OZ GLASS CUP 4-PIECE SET 4-piece set of glasses with exclusive GME Supply logo design is imprinted on a 16 oz glass cup. These hefty pint glasses are ideal for iced tea, soft drinks, smoothies, after-dinner drinks and more. Ideal for entertaining or enjoyment. 11039 - $24.99 GME SUPPLY STICKER PACK Show off your tower climbing pride with GME Supply stickers. This sticker pack includes (10) 2” x 2” polylaminate stickers. The GME Supply flame logo is featured on each. Snag a pack to add some swag to your climbing helmet and gear, or even hand some out to your crew. 11033 - $3.99 GME SUPPLY “CLIMB HIGHER” CONVERSE SHOES Comfortably show off your tower climbing pride in these blackout edition Converse. The tongue of each shoe is embroidered with the “Climb Higher” logo. Wear these shoes with all our other GME Supply swag. Available in sizes 5-12 (including half sizes). Other colors available upon special request. *These shoes are men’s sizes and typically run a little big. To convert to women’s, add 2 sizes. Please consider going down a size or half size when ordering. All sales are FINAL and cannot be returned/exchanged once completed. MM-SHOE-BB - $99.99 GME SUPPLY BUMPER STICKER Show off your tower climbing pride with a GME Supply Bumper Sticker. Add some swag to your trucks and trailers with this 4” x 4” bumper sticker. Made from 4 mil white vinyl, these bumper stickers have a high gloss finish, and are weather-resistant for indoor or outdoor use. The GME Supply “Climb Higher” logo is featured on each. Purchase an individual bumper sticker, or snag a 5-pack at a discount to hand out to your crew. 11035 1 Sticker - $1.99 11036 5 Pack - $6.99 (800) 940-6762 241

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