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NLG Tether Loop™ -120

NLG Tether Loop™ -120

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NLG Tether Loops™ provide an approved way of creating a load rated tether point whilst still on site for tools that have a captive eye or captive handle. Simply pass the Tether Loop™ through the hole or handle on the tool and using the screwgate secure the loop in place.

Code: 497359


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£4.20 Each (ex. VAT)

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NLG Tether Loop™ -120

To create a permanent Tether Loop™, use a thread locking glue on the screwgate. For a non-permanent option, ensure the screwthread is fully tightened and secure. The Tether Loop™ is an ideal retro-fit option that allows you to create a tether point within seconds and can be used on most tools including hammers, saws, screwdrivers, adjustable spanners, ring and open end spanners. The Tether Loop™ has a protective PU coating that makes it hard wearing, durable and suitable for many different industries including Construction, Utilities, Nuclear, Oil + Gas and General Industry. Tether Loops™ have an aircraft grade steel core, coated in a protective PU, making hard wearing, and easy to maintain Site application - the tether loop's special screw thread mechanism means safe site installation is possible. Tools do not need to be sent off site. Quick to install - can be installed quickly without the need of specialist tools and whilst wearing gloves. Non Conductive - suitable for use within high voltage environments Dimensions:120mm x 3mm Load Rating: 3KG Load Rated, and Third Party certified Unique serial numbering for identification and tracking CE Marked Max Load: 3KG (6.6lbs)

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Manufacturer NLG
Manufacturer Code 101380

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