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- ItemSelf-Retracting Lifeline
- Length11 ft.
- Line MaterialPolyester
- Housing MaterialAnodized Aluminum
- Weight Capacity310 lb.
- Visual Load IndicatorYes
- Cable Dia.1"
- Number of Legs1
- Tensile Strength3000 lb.
- Braking SystemExternal Energy Absorber
- StandardsANSI, OSHA
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Length of the anchor connector (proper tie off should be above the worker)+ length of connecting device (for an SRL add 2 ft.) + maximum deceleration distance /elongation of the SRL (2 ft free fall maximum)+ height of the worker+ safety factor taking into consideration the stretch of harness and elongation of safety devices (typically 2.5 ft.).
When determining your tie off point you will want to add height of worker, deceleration factor and safety factor to make sure your worker will not fall and potentially hit the level below.
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