US Pat. No. 10,508,459

TIP-OVER POST

Rooftop Anchor, Inc., He...

1. A tip over post for arresting a fall, comprising:a stanchion comprising:
an annular cylinder, the annular cylinder comprising a number of helical cuts defined along the longitudinal axis of the cylinder;
an anchor loop coupled to the stanchion;
a top cap; and
a first bolt threaded into the top cap via a top cap bolt head defined within the top cap, the first bolt coupling the anchor loop to the stanchion.

US Pat. No. 9,878,187

JOIST ANCHOR

ROOFTOP ANCHOR, INC., He...

1. A system for mounting a stanchion on a structure comprising:
a base plate, the base plate comprising:
a plurality of surfaces; and
a number of ridges defined in the surfaces;
a stanchion coupled to the base plate, the stanchion comprising a cylindrical cross-section;
at least one attachment device removably coupled to the stanchion, the attachment device comprising at least one tethering
aperture defined therein;

a number of base plate flanges coupled to the base plate, the base plate flanges to couple the base plate to at least two
joists of the structure,

wherein the stanchion permanently protrudes through the surface of the structure to a first side of the structure while the
base plate and the base plate flanges remain on a second side of the surface of the structure; and

a weatherproofing material coupled to the stanchion on the first side of the structure around the stanchion to prevent passage
of moisture from the first side of the structure to the second side of the structure,

wherein the plurality of surfaces comprise:
a first surface perpendicular to the stanchion and the base plate flanges; and
at least a second surface formed at a first acute angle with respect to the first surface and relative to a side of the first
surface adjacent the stanchion,

wherein the attachment device is oriented in a plane parallel to the plane of the base plate such that the tethering aperture
opens in a direction parallel to a longitudinal axis of the stanchion, and

wherein at least one of the ridges defined in the surfaces comprises:
a second acute angle deviating from the plane of the surfaces;
a return directed back to the plane of the surfaces; and
a third acute angle deviating from the plane of the surfaces,
the second acute angle, return, and third acute angle forming a channel, the channel running in a direction perpendicular
to the base plate flanges and the stanchion.

US Pat. No. 10,370,816

INTEGRATED SAFETY RAIL PROTECTION SYSTEM

Rooftop Anchor Incorporat...

1. A safety rail protection system adaptable to be positioned adjacent to a portal to aid in at least one of ingress and egress through the portal, the safety rail protection system comprising:a hinged gate comprising an opening and first and second opposing members, the hinged gate operable to open from a closed position to an open position; and
first and second side rails; wherein one of the first and second side rails comprise a side gate projection extending at least partially into the hinged gate opening;
wherein one of the first and second side rails interfaces with at least one of the first and second opposing members when the hinged gate is in the closed position,
wherein the side gate projection comprises first and second members joined at a common point and bent with respect to one another, at least one of the first and second members being angled so as to provide an ergonomic gripping surface.