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NLG Short Coiled Tool Lanyard - Quick Clip

NLG Short Coiled Tool Lanyard - Quick Clip

NLG

The short NLG Wrist Lanyard features Quick Clip connectors, which are single action, rotate through 360°and are easy to use even when wearing gloves. The tool lanyard is made from aircraft grade steel that is coated with heat and puncture resistant PU, making it very hardwearing.

Code: 497364


NLG

£10.17 Each (ex. VAT)

£12.20 inc. VAT
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NLG Short Coiled Tool Lanyard - Quick Clip

The short length of this lanyard is suites to use with a wristband, or within restricted working areas because of the reduced snagging hazard. The lanyard is load rated to 3KG, making it suitable for most hand tools as well as some power tools. This tool lanyard is particularly suited to Construction, Oil + Gas, Utilities and Nuclear industries. Coil is protected with puncture and abrasion resistant PU for durability
360° Quick Clip connectors ensure that the tool lanyard does not tangle
Quick Clip connectors are easy to use, even with gloves.
Dimensions: 17cm (relaxed) - 86cm (extended)
Load Rated, and Third Party certified with a 2:1 safety factor
Unique serial numbering for identification and tracking
CE Marked
Max Load: 3KG (6.6lbs)

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer NLG
Manufacturer Code 101364

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