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Lanyard, 2 Leg, Polyester, Blue/Black
- Item # 19L004
- Mfr. Model # CAY226H/R
- UNSPSC # 46182302
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 7.0 lbs.
- ItemShock-Absorbing Lanyard
- Working Length4-1/2 to 6 ft.
- Extended Fall Length9-1/2 ft.
- Weight Capacity310 lb.
- Number of Legs2
- Line MaterialPolyester
- Hardware MaterialSteel
- Strap Width1-3/4"
- Visual Load IndicatorYes
- Locking Anchorage Connection Hook TypeRebar
- Locking Harness Connection Hook TypeSnap
- Harness Hook Gate Opening2-1/4"
- Tensile Strength5000 lb.
- StandardsANSI, OSHA 1926, 1910, ASSE Z359.1 -2007, A10.32-2004
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