Intermittent Stabilization Anchors (ISA)
Intermittent Stabilization Anchors (ISAs) secure a platform to a building façade to protect against damage from high winds. ISAs are required every 30 vertical feet on a building façade in the U.S., and every 50 feet in Canada. As a platform descends, lanyards connect the wire ropes to the anchors.
Spider offers a wide range of ISAs to meet the needs of any building façade, including embedded, drill-in, and mullion mounted options.
Spider offers two styles of ISA:
Detent pin: Embeds a socket in the façade wall, allowing for a flush installation. The lanyard connects to the socket via a quick-release detent pin.
Button: Uses a small metal button mounted on the building façade. The lanyard connects directly to the button.
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