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3M™ DBI-SALA® Nano-Lok™ edge Twin-Leg Quick Connect Self Retracting Lifeline, Cable 3500231, 8 ft. (2.4m), 1 EA

$480.00

Availability: In stock

Brand: DBI SALA

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3M DBI-Sala Nano-Lok edge Twin-Leg  Quick connect self Retracting Lifeline, Designed for foot-level tie-off and sharp edge applications DBI-SALA 3500231 8 ft. (2.4m) twin-leg lifelines with 3/16" (5mm) galvanized steel wire rope...
3M DBI-Sala Nano-Lok edge Twin-Leg  Quick connect self Retracting Lifeline, Designed for foot-level tie-off and sharp edge applications
  • DBI-SALA 3500231 8 ft. (2.4m) twin-leg lifelines with 3/16" (5mm) galvanized steel wire rope and aluminum rebar locking hooks, quick connector for harness mounting.
     
    PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS
     
    • Built-in connector for twin-leg SRL direct attachment to harness
    • Designed for foot-level tie-off and sharp edge applications
    • 8 ft. (2.4m) twin-leg lifelines with 3/16" (5mm) galvanized steel cable lifeline
    • Twin-leg 100% tie-off design
    • Quick activating speed sensing brake systems
    • Wide variety of configurations available
    • Integrated backpack style energy absorber
    • Extremely compact, lightweight design
    • Aluminum rebar lock hooks on each lifeline
    • i-Safeª equipped
    • Tough and impact resistant thermoplastic housing
    • Swiveling anchorage loops

Nano-Lok™ edge is specifically designed for foot level tie-off and sharp edge applications often found in construction. It is ergonomically designed for ease-of-use and is ideal for direct connection to most harnesses. The extremely compact and lightweight design is virtually unnoticeable on your back, staying out of the worker’s way and making it ideal as a lanyard replacement. Whether your application requires single or twin leg configurations, mounting to an overhead anchor or for connection directly to harness, there are numerous models to choose from to suit almost any application. Nano-Lok™ locks quickly—stopping a fall within inches—providing more protection at low heights. In addition, tension is always kept on the lifeline, which reduces dragging, snapping and trip falls. Both features are key safety improvements.