The Kingspan FrogLink is made from 316 Stainless Steel ensuring a durable design that is riveted to the surface of Trapezoidal KWS1000RW roof sheeting.
The FrogLink is tested and manufactured in accordance with Australia and New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 1891.4 and European BS EN 795:2012, CEN/TS 16415:2013.
The FrogLink is fixed through the roof sheeting using seven 8mm rivets. Installation of the FrogLink is a simple task requiring no access from the underside of the roof. The FrogLink is tested and proven with current Kingspan insulated panel specifications.
The FrogLink can be installed before, during or after construction to most roof systems. The anchor is installed to the panel outer skin only. There is no penetration of the insulation within the roof construction and, as the rivets only fix into the top skin, there is no thermal bridging.
The FrogLink doesn’t just look good; its dynamic design reduces the load back onto the structure and person attached to the anchor.
Its low profile reflective design is a plus for any commercial or residential enterprise wanting to maintain an aesthetically pleasing façade.
Features & Benefits
- Compliance with national and international standards.
- Approved by Kingspan and an integral part of the Kingspan insulated panel system – ensuring compatibility with roof systems and not affecting roof guarantees.
- 316 Stainless Steel design – superior corrosion resistance, durability and service life.
- Progressive design with energy absorbing regions that activate in the event of a fall moderating the forces generated.
- Single person anchor.
- Designed to suit all roof profiles with a single row of holes for the rivets. This versatile design increases the positioning options of the anchor to ensure safe coverage of the roof.
- Install using 7 x Gesipa Bulbtite Rivets, RV6605-9-6W (Drill Size 7.8-8.2mm, 27.7mm length, 1.0-9.5mm grip range, Aluminium).
- Low profile reflective design.
- Technical support is available directly from Kingspan – allowing designers, installers and users to maximise the potential of these systems.