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Self-Retracting Lifeline, 50ft, 316 lbs
- Item # 45J018
- Mfr. Model # RL50G-Z7LEK/50FT
- UNSPSC # 46182301
- Catalog Page # 2420
- Catalog Group # H3497
- Shipping Weight 27.75 lbs.
- ItemSelf-Retracting Lifeline
- Length50 ft.
- Line MaterialGalvanized Steel
- Housing MaterialAluminum, Stainless Steel
- Weight Capacity310 lb.
- Visual Load IndicatorYes
- Cable Dia.3/16"
- Strap Width1"
- Number of Legs1
- Locking Anchorage Connection Hook TypeTwist-Lock Carabiner with Swivel Shackle
- Anchorage Hook Gate Opening3/4"
- Locking Harness Connection Hook TypeSwivel Snap Hook
- Harness Hook Gate Opening3/4"
- Tensile Strength5,000 lb.
- Braking SystemInternal Locking Pawls
- StandardsOSHA 1926.502, 1910.66, ANSI A10.32, ANSI Z359.14-2012 Class B & Leading Edge, CSA Z259.2.2 and CSA Z259.11
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