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| Standard Number:||1926.502|
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If there is no existing roofing membrane, then an accessory plate will be bolted to the pivot arm plates and then mechanically fastened to the roof and then mechanically fastened to the roof deck with ¼-in x 2-in wedge anchor or equal, imbedded a minimum of 1½ inches into concrete.As described in an e-mail from our office, we recommend that you include this in your installation instructions.
NOTE: The PR 600 Mobile Anchoring System is not to be used for leading edge work if the parapet exceeds 30 inches in height.
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