When it comes to confined space entry/rescue, it is essential that equipment operates perfectly and quickly. DBI-SALA® has an extensive line of rescue and retrieval systems with decades of proven field service. Safety engineers and site directors trust DBI-SALA® for the type of high quality, rugged systems that will ensure top performance when it is needed the most. Our mechanical systems are legendary and have decades of proven field service and have operated flawlessly in some of the most demanding jobsites around the globe. The mechanical device is one of the most critical parts of the rescue system. It provides the means to retrieve an incapacitated worker to safety. Lifeline type and length are just a few of the options. In some situations, a secondary or back-up system is required.
Manually operated winch
Easy operation is performed by rotating the handle to raise or lower personnel or materials.
6:1 gear ratio mechanical advantage
Offers 12.75 ft./min. (3.9 m) winching speed with no power source required to help facilitate fast and efficient rescues.
Operator activated feature allows drum to rotate freely paying out the lifeline as the worker below moves downward.
Device will automatically slip to prevent severe overloading or damage and preventing injury to entangled personnel during raising.
Level wind system
Aids in spooling the lifeline onto the drum evenly and prevents slack line for smooth, effortless operation.
Swiveling snap hook with impact indicator
Provides secure connection to load, prevents lifeline from twisting and offers a visual indicator if the device has been impact loaded.