Capital Safety gives workers a lifeline


Rebel Self Retracting Lifelines (SRL) from Capital Safety provide longer-lasting, cost efficient protection while working at heights.

The Rebel SRLs feature a top-of-class weight capacity, with the ability to accommodate up to 140kg, and a sturdy, robust design to ensure a longer product life.

With an improved ergonomic design, the Rebel SRL is available in either aluminum or composite housing models.

Also, the device is equipped with a special carrying handle that makes transportation to and from the job site easy, and is designed to be stackable for simple, space-maximising storage.

The Rebel SRL is also designed with the worker in mind, featuring an impact indicator to ensure the equipment has not been involved in a fall.

A top anchorage swivel holds the SRL in line with the worker’s motion, allowing for ease of movement and increased mobility.

The new models are also sharp edge compliant, making them ideal for use in horizontal applications.

As an added bonus all of the newly designed Rebel SRL’s ship with a free service voucher.

The complete range of Rebel SRL’s is an extensive family of products with many options.

This includes a nylon web, galvanised or stainless steel lifelines ranging in length from 3.3m to 30m, to meet a broad range of specifications.

Capital Safety
Ph: 1800 245 002

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