Hardy Tie Back Device

The Hardy Tie Back Device/Anchor Assembly, the ONLY roof tie-back system that is code approved (LA City included) and meets all California Code of Regulations.

the hardy tie back device

The ONLY Code-Approved Roof Tie Back Device/Anchor Assembly

IAPMO ER No. 461 | City of Los Angeles Building Code (LABC) | City of Los Angeles Residential Code (LARC)

Hardy Tie Back system

The only code approved roof tie back device/anchor ASSEMBLY that meets all California Code of Regulations – Title 8 Section 3291.

(F) Roof Tie Backs
     (A) Roof tie-backs shall have at least a 2-inch inside diameter closed “eye”.
     (B) Tie-back assembly shall be hot-dip galvanized or afforded equivalent corrosion resistance.
     (C) Assembly and anchorage provisions adequate to sustain a 5000 pound load applied in any direction WITHOUT PERMANENT DEFORMATION.

Three Sizes Available in Stock

(Custom Sizes Available. Call for Lead Time.)
MFG Part #
WC Part #
Minimum Order Qty.
Product Description
HTB16
230HTB16HDG
1
16” Post Roof Tie Back Anchor Hardy
HTB24
230HTB24HDG
1
24” Post Roof Tie Back Anchor Hardy
HTB32
230HTB32HDG
1
32” Post Roof Tie Back Anchor Hardy
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Sales & Specification

Structural Resource Group

Mark Scambray Email: Mark@srgspec.com

949-636-1255

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Technical Inquiries

Hardy Fall Protection Systems, Inc.

Gary Hardy Email: GaryHardy1@gmail.com

805-404-5196

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Proudly Made in the U.S.A.
U.S. Patent No. 10,358,835 B2

about our tie back device

The Hardy Tie Back Device & Anchor Assembly

The only roof tie-back system that is code approved (LA City included) and meets all California Code of Regulations

• Code Approved – IAPMO ER-461
• Los Angeles City Approved
• Full Scale Testing
• Simple installation using SDS screws.
   NO DRILLING.
• No penetration of roof membrane.
• NO POTENTIAL LEAKS
• Completely Galvanized Assembly

other tie back devices

Other Untested Common Assemblies

Common Assembly - 1 Disadvantages:

• No Code Approval
• Untested
• Complicated Assembly
• Potential Leaks

Common Assembly - 1 Disadvantages:

• No Code Approval
• Untested
• Complicated Assembly
• Welded Connection
• Very Expensive

Years
Experience

25+

Hardy Fall Protection Systems have been making job-sites safer across the country since 1996. 

Make your next construction project the safest it can be. Call Hardy Fall Protection Systems today.