Tractel C506H Stretchfor Shock Absorbing Lanyards w/ DL Snap Hooks
- Ship 5-7 Days
- 2.80 LBS
- 3.00 (in)
- 8.50 (in)
- 10.00 (in)
- Calculated at Checkout
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The Stretchfor shock-absorbing lanyard is composed of a specially woven core material, a structural tubular sheath webbing and an internal elastic retainer.The core material is constructed to stretch when dymanically loaded. The tubular sheath acts as a protective cover with a 7,500lbs. (33.3 kN) structural safety factor surrounding the core material.
In addition to the primary function of deceleration the Stretchfor has an elastic retainer inside the tubular webbing designed to introduce stretch from 4% to 6 fl. (1.3 to 1.8 m) providing mobility to the worker, without the clutter of a longer length lanyard. This function also acts as an indicator to the user that they are nearing the full extension of the lanyard, eliminating that sudden surprise commonly experienced with tear webbing counterparts. Each arm of the Stretchfor lanyard possesses fall indicator tabs below the attachment hook that indicates that the lanyard has extended and must not be reused.
When a fall occurs, the sudden stop caused by the fall arrest system submits the human body to a high impact force (the longer the free fall distance, the higher the force).
The purpose of the shock absorber is to lowerthe impact force experienced in a fall by dissipating the kinetic energy and controlling deceleration. This action limits the impact force to less than 900 lbs. (4 kN). The dual arm model allows the worker to remain safely connected at all time (100% tie-off) while climbing or on the move.
- 4 to 6 ft. Stretchfor shock absorbing lanyard with 3/4 in. & 2 1/4 in. DL snap hooks
- Reduces tripping hazards
- Fall indicator
- Strechable design
- Steel Erection
- ANSI Z359.1-2007 (some models) and A10.32-2004
- OSHA 1926 and 1910
- GSA 2259.11-05, class E4