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NLG Aero Pouch™

NLG Aero Pouch™

NLG

Featuring an innovative valve closure system, the NLG Aero Pouch™ is the safest way to keep small parts and fixings at your side when working at height.

Code: 497312


NLG

£33.29 Each (ex. VAT)

£39.95 inc. VAT
Size One Size, Colour Black
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NLG Aero Pouch™

The NLG Aero Pouch™ is specifically designed to retain small parts, such as nuts, bolts, screws and nails, from being accidentally dropped from height. An innovative closure system allows easy access to the contents but will automatically close in the event of a fall or if inverted. The Aero Pouch™ utilises Mega Mesh™ side panels to allow visibility of the bag’s contents and benefits from two external D rings which are load-rated anchor points for attachment of lanyards or tools. Quick release buckles on the rear of the pouch mean that it can be easily fitted to a belt, harness or rail. The NLG Aero Pouch™ is the safest option for handling small parts on site and can become part of a complete tool tethering system when used with NLG’s Superlight Belt and tool lanyards.

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer Never let go
Manufacturer Code 101400

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Posted on 21/05/2013Fall arrest equipment can avoid serious injury Read more

A worker has suffered a fractured skull and several breaks in his left leg following a fall from a roof. David Snow, 56, fell from the roof of an industrial brick oven whilst trying to release a jammed... Read more


Posted on 01/05/2013One in four London construction sites fail health and safety checks Read more

A month-long inspection initiative carried out by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) found that one in four construction sites in London failed health and safety checks. 93 of the 401 sites visited... Read more


Posted on 24/04/2013Fall arrest equipment is vital when working at height Read more

A study by the Centre for Construction Research and Training (CPWR) has shown that one-third of fall-related fatalities within the construction injury from 1992-2009 were caused by falls from roofs. The... Read more


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