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Horizontal lifeline 22 kN | PRO-Line™

horizontal lifeline
horizontal lifeline
horizontal lifeline
horizontal lifeline
horizontal lifeline
horizontal lifeline
horizontal lifeline
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Description

Details Complete 60 ft. (18.3 m) system includes tensioner, energy absorber and anchors Lightweight 2" (50.8mm) web lifeline Two 6 ft. (1.8m) tie-off adaptor anchors included Extremely lightweight and portable design Built-in energy absorber limits fall arrest forces Integral ratchet tensioner for easy set-up Flexible system capacity of 2 workers 60 ft. (18.3m) web horizontal lifeline system with tensioner, energy absorber, two 6 ft. (1.8m) tie-off adaptors and carrying bag. The PRO Line™ horizontal lifeline systems are lightweight, easy to install and extremely portable. Just disassemble and take to the next job. PRO Line™ systems will work alongside you during maintenance, bridge work, construction and manufacturing with absolute safety and reliability. The PRO Line™ system installs in seconds, without special tools or equipment, maintaining optimum worker productivity. Simply attach the lifeline and tie off adaptors to a suitable structure and tension the lifeline with the integrated ratchet. The built in shock absorber limits arresting forces during a fall and provides the user with a visual impact indicator for added safety. Connection to the lifeline is made by attaching the hook of a shock absorbing lanyard directly to the lifeline for complete ease of use. The carrying bag makes transporting and storing the system easy, reduces damage from dirt, moisture and UV degradation thus improving the longevity of the system.

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