Energy Absorbing Lanyards

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The MSA new range of shock absorbing-lanyards including the versions with a leading edge approval!
The energy absorber keeps fall arrest forces below 6 kN.

The lanyards are available in web and kernmantel rope configurations with a variety of connectors.

We are the UK leader in Gas Detection and we’re here to help. Call us on 01200 445 804 or email info@ribble-enviro.co.uk

Key Features:

  • Leading edge tested versions
  • Tear-tape design to keep fall arrest forces below 6 kN
  • Choice of single- or twin-leg configurations
  • Choice of connector configurations

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