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RETRACTABLE FALL ARREST BLOCK IS SAFE AT ANY HEIGHT

23-07-2018
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When working at height, Miller TurboLite personal fall limiters provide increased mobility and freedom of movement, making them ideal for use in construction, utilities and warehousing.

The TurboLite is a compact and lightweight fully standards compliant retractable fall arrest block that will arrest free fall within a matter of millimetres.

Because TurboLite eliminates the need for different fall protection equipment when working at different heights, workers no longer need to “switch-out” equipment to maintain a safe fall distance. It can even be used in horizontal and foot-level applications if an overhead anchorage point is not available.

The TurboLite has a 2-metre lifeline, which retracts into the rugged nylon housing to eliminate trip hazards, and its built-in swivel also stops the lifeline from twisting. The lifeline attaches directly to the worker’s harness back D-ring for greater mobility and versatility.

The TurboLite is also available in a twin configuration.

Honeywell Safety Products
1300 139 166
www.honeywellsafety.com

 

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