Positioning Lanyard 30/1 Semi

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The anchoring rope is a polyamide semistatic rope class A of diameter 11 mm and high tensile strength. One end of the anchoring rope is equipped with a red polyamide thimble inserted to protect the rope from friction caused by the karabiners. The other end is joined to the metal length adjuster.

The length adjuster consists of a rectangular buckle with centre crossbar (round cross-section).

Adjustable length: 0,85 m – 1,35 m

It must be used in conjunction with a safety belt.

MBL 22 kN.

For all equipment with textile or plastic components, the theoretical service life of the equipment is 15 years from the date of manufacture.

Weigth: 0,199 kg.

Maximum working load:

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