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1.75m Lanyard c/w Shook

1.75m Lanyard c/w Shook

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Single leg lanyard suitable for arresting potential falls. The lanyard incorporates a 'tear-web' energy absorbing pack. Material Specification: 11mm kernmantle rope with a polyester tear-web energy absorber covered in a PVC shrink sleeve. Attachment Points: Steel screwed 'tri-link' on the energy absorber and a large aluminium double action snaphook on the other end. Size / Length: 1.75m. Standards: EN355:2002.

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1.75m Lanyard c/w Shook

Single leg lanyard suitable for arresting potential falls. The lanyard incorporates a 'tear-web' energy absorbing pack. Material Specification: 11mm kernmantle rope with a polyester tear-web energy absorber covered in a PVC shrink sleeve. Attachment Points: Steel screwed 'tri-link' on the energy absorber and a large aluminium double action snaphook on the other end. Size / Length: 1.75m. Standards: EN355:2002.

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