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NLG Tether Loop™ - 170

NLG Tether Loop™ - 170


NLG Tether Loops™ create a rapid tether points suitable for any tool with a captive hole or handle – or even a shaped tool. So whether it’s a hammer, saw or spanner, Tether Loops™ are effortless to self-install anywhere at anytime.

Code: 497360


£4.65 Each (ex. VAT)

£5.58 inc. VAT
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NLG Tether Loop™ - 170

With its specially developed one-way thread and Lock Alert™ indicator for checking it is correctly installed, NLG Tether Loops™ are a simple and time saving method of creating an attachment point that is approved and third-party tested. Each Tether Loop™ comes with its own unique serial number. A tough aircraft grade steel core with an extended thread mechanism ensures a fail-safe attachment point for tools up to 3kg in weight. Installation is fast and easy with secure locking thumb screw
Tough aircraft grade steel core
Anti-puncture, abrasion resistant PU protective sleeve makes maintenance effortless
Unique serial number for easy identification and tracking
CE marked
Dynamic load tested and third party certified (2:1 safety factor)
Dimensions: 3mm x 170mm
Max Load: 3KG (6.6lbs)

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer NLG
Manufacturer Code 101413

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