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EXTENDED LENGTH LIFELINES FOR ADDED FALL PROTECTION

22-05-2015
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Capital Safety, a leader in fall protection, has launched the new DBI-SALA Nano-Lok Extended Length range of Self Retracting Lifelines (SRLs).

Nano-Lok Extended Length compact SRL’s provide extended lifeline length when working at height.

The additional length increases the anchorage options and provides added mobility and versatility where fall protection is required.

“Depending on the model selected, they provide up to 1.6m more lifeline to the user, in a compact, lightweight, easy-to-use unit,” said Rick Millar, Technical Manager for Capital Safety Australia & NZ.

Belonging to the Nano-Lok family, these new SRL’s have the same feature set making them the most compact and lightweight self-retracting lifelines on the market.

They can be used in place of lanyards and can be directly attached to any harness, reducing fall clearances.

Designed for ease-of-use, these SRL’s are unobtrusive to the user when worn and provide the ultimate in work site flexibility.

The new Nano-Lok Extended Length range consists of two single leg webbing lifeline models with either a snap or scaffold hook designed to cover the majority of applications.

DBI-SALA’s i-SafeTM intelligent safety system utilising RFID technology is built into each Nano-Lok Extended Length SRL to track inspections, control inventory and manage information.

 

Capital Safety

Ph: 1800 245 002

www.capitalsafety.com.au

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