Energy Absorber 91

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91 Energy absorber with twin landyard is according to EN 355:2002. Designed to carry out self securing progression works in structures. The height required is from 3,10 meters.

Made out of 11 mm semi static rope type A (EN1891), and 45 mm width polyester webbing.

Includes:

  • Automatic connector model 49 (60 mm opening).
  • Manual connector model 30 (16 mm opening).
  • Length of the absorber: 90 cm

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