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Strap & Cable Anchors

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Strap and cable anchors provide a reusable anchor point to connect a lanyard or self-retracting lifeline (SRL) as part of a personal fall protection system when working at height. They have a loop or ring around each end so they wrap around structural components when the structural component is exposed on all sides. They are often wrapped around beams in new construction. These anchors can be used where space is limited or where clamps cannot be used. Anchors should always be inspected and replaced after being exposed to a fall.
Strap and cable anchors provide a reusable anchor point to connect a lanyard or self-retracting lifeline (SRL) as part of a personal fall protection system when working at height. They have a loop or ring around each end so they wrap around structural components when the structural component is exposed on all sides. They are often wrapped around beams in new construction. These anchors can be used where space is limited or where clamps cannot be used. Anchors should always be inspected and replaced after being exposed to a fall.
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Webbed-Strap Pass-Through Anchors

Webbed-Strap Pass-Through Anchors
These webbed-strap pass-through anchors wrap around beams, pipes, framing, and other structural components to provide a tie-off point for an SRL or lanyard. They have a large ring on one end that allows the D-ring to be passed through, the lanyard or SRL is then attached to the D-ring. These anchors can be removed and reused as needed. Anchors should always be inspected and replaced after being exposed to a fall.

Anchor Material: Unspecified

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Kevlar®

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Polyester

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Steel

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Cable Tie-Off Anchors with Carabiner Connector

Cable Tie-Off Anchors with Carabiner Connector
These cable tie-off anchors wrap around a beam, pipe, framing, or other structural component to provide a secure tie-off point for a lanyard or SRL as part of a personal fall protection system. They have a carabiner on one end and two rings on the other end. The carabiner attaches to one ring to provide a secure connection around the structure and the SRL or lanyard is attached to the other ring. Cable anchors are stronger and more durable than webbed-strap anchors and won't rip when exposed to sharp edges. They can be removed and reused as needed. Anchors should always be inspected and replaced after being exposed to a fall.

Anchor Material: Unspecified

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Galvanized

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Steel

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Pass-Through Anchor Extensions

Pass-Through Anchor Extensions
These pass-through anchor extensions have a hook on end to connect to an existing pass-through or tie-off anchor to extend the reach of the anchor point, making it easier for workers to reach the anchor point. A snaphook on one end connects to the existing attachment point and a ring on the other end provides the attachment point for an SRL or lanyard. Anchors should always be inspected and replaced after being exposed to a fall.

Galvanized

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Nylon

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Steel

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Steel, Vinyl

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Webbed-Strap Slip-On Anchors

Webbed-Strap Slip-On Anchors
These webbed-strap slip-on anchors have a loop of strapping with a D-ring on one end that connects to an SRL or lanyard that's part of a personal fall protection system. The webbed loop is placed over a structural component leaving the D-ring accessible for connecting the SRL or lanyard. The strap is cut to remove the anchor when it is no longer needed. These anchors are commonly used in residential construction. Anchors should always be inspected and replaced after being exposed to a fall.

Polyester

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Webbed-Strap Tie-Off Anchor

Webbed-Strap Tie-Off Anchor
These webbed-strap tie-off anchors (sometimes called sling anchors) are a continuous loop that wrap around a structural support to create a tie-off point for a personal fall protection system. The ends are placed around a structural component and connected by placing the carabiner on the lanyard through both loops. The strap can also be passed through itself and the carabiner attached to one end, similar to a choker anchor. These anchors are intended to be removed and reused. Anchors should always be inspected and replaced after being exposed to a fall.

Nylon

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