DBI Sala 3503823 50' Smart Lock Self-Retracting Lifeline, Stainless Steel

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Original Price $1,242.00
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• Rugged and extremely lightweight thermoplastic housing with built in ergonomic handle
• 50 ft. (15m) of 3/16" (5mm) stainless steel cable lifeline
• 4ft. fall clearance allows workers up to 310 lbs. to meet OSHA's 1910 general industry rule
• Patented magnetic retraction control system allows lifeline retract smoothly, hands free
• Swiveling anchorage point and carabiner included
• Patented dual label system located within ergonomic cable handle to simplify inspections and reduce the need for replacement
• Swiveling snap hook with impact indicator
• Connected Safety RFID located in cable handle

• Connector: Swivel Hook
• Dimensions: 25" x 10" x 4.25"
• Housing Type: Thermoplastic
• Install Type: Removable
• iSafe Equipped: Yes
• Length: 50'
• Lifeline Material: Stainless Steel
• Mounting Type: Overhead Anchor Point
• Weight Capacity: 420 lb
• Features: Secondary inspection system, swiveling anchorage, carabiner, ergonomic handle, patented magnetic retraction control, 420lbs capacity, requires 4ft. Clearance
• Product Color: Blue
• Recommended Application: Maintenance, Assembly, Climbing, Inspection
• Recommended Industry: Construction, General Industry, Manufacturing, Mining, Oil & Gas, Industrial, Utility, Transportation, Renewable
• Standards/Approvals: ANSI Z359.14, ANSI Z359.7, OSHA, CSA Z259.2.2, ISO170025
• Anchor Hook Material: Stainless Steel
• Carabiner/Hook Material: Stainless Steel
• Housing Material: Glass-Filled Nylon
• Lifeline Hook Material: Stainless Steel
• For Use With: Full Body Harness and Anchor Point
• Includes: Carabiner

Our smartest SRLs yet. From reducing nuisance lockups, to simplifying inspections, every detail of the new 3M™ DBI-SALA® Smart Lock Self-Retracting Lifelines is designed to help increase your productivity, safety and convenience. Using advanced motion capture technology, we studied the foreces applied to the SRL during typical at-height tasks. This data helped us engineer a new arrest mechanism that can more easily detect the difference between a fall and normal work motion, tailoring a SRL for your work application.