Rail Systems2024-04-11T21:38:05+03:00

Rigid lifelines complying with EN795:2012 Type D and CEN/TS 16415 standards are reliable and user friendly. Designed by XTR Safety engineers and manufactured in Türkiye, the rail systems offer functional solutions where there seems to be no solution in high working areas.

  • Horizontal lifelines allow uninterrupted safe movement of personnel during operation.
  • When the layout of lifelines is designed correctly, potential falls are safely arrested.
  • While XTR Safety prioritizes safety in lifeline designs, it aims to make the systems practical, user-friendly, economical and long-lasting.
  • Horizontal lifeline can be installed in desired quantity. You can contact us for free project design.
  • XTR Safety horizontal lifeline systems comply with the current EN795:2012 Type D and CEN/TS 16415:2013 standards.
  • 4 People Capacity
  • 25 Years Warranty
  • Latest European Standards
  • Easy Installation
  • Stainless Steel & Aluminium
  • 1.000.000 USD Liability Insurance

Fall Protection Systems - Horizontal Rail System

Horizontal Rail Systems

Rigid, rail-type horizontal lifeline with EN795 Type D standard

Vertical rail lifeline - Rail Fall Protection Systems

Vertical Rail Systems

Easy to install, rigid ladder fall protection systems

Hybrid Systems

Horizontal and vertical rail systems for uninterrupted movement

25 Year Warranty

All XTR Safety products are covered by a 25-year manufacturer’s warranty against manufacturing defects.

Stainless Steel & Aluminum

XTR Safety products are manufactured with stainless steel and aluminum materials with high corrosion resistance.


All our operations are protected by insurance with a coverage of 1.000.000 USD against installation errors.

What are rail lifelines?2024-02-09T16:21:59+03:00

Rigid horizontal lifeline systems are the safest solution for working environments where the fall must be stopped at a very short distance, roofs with high slopes, walkways, surfaces with low strength.

XTR Safety XRAIL rail type lifeline system is fixed at 150 cm intervals. In particular, the overhead rigid lifeline system is preferred for work areas where wire rope systems cannot be installed due to strength reasons, as it distributes the load along the rail over multiple anchor points.

No deflection after a possible fall keeps the safe fall distance to a minimum. In addition, the damage that will occur on the system after the fall is lower and limited compared to wire rope systems.

What standards are rail lifelines subject to?2024-02-09T16:25:02+03:00

Rail-type horizontal lifelines are designed and certified according to EN 795: 2012 Type D and TS 16415 :2013 and rail-type vertical lifelines are designed and certified according to EN 353-1:2014+A1:2017 norms.

What are the advantages and disadvantages of rail lifelines?2024-02-09T16:27:55+03:00

Rail-type lifelines provide much more comfortable operation than wire rope systems. Wire rope lifelines should be fixed to high-strength surfaces. The strength value of the relevant surface can be determined according to the instructions of the lifeline manufacturer, rail type lifelines can be an alternative in cases where the determined strength value cannot be found on the surface to be mounted. Rail lifelines require less surface strength as they spread the load over more points.

What material are rail systems made of?2024-02-09T16:30:27+03:00

XTR Safety XRAIL lifelines consist of aluminum rails and stainless steel components.

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