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NLG Trilock™ Velcro Anchor

NLG Trilock™ Velcro Anchor


The NLG TriLock™ Velcro Anchor provides an easily attached but very robust anchor point on tools, rails – in fact on almost any item.

Code: 497362


£15.97 Each (ex. VAT)

£19.16 inc. VAT
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NLG Trilock™ Velcro Anchor

Easy to attach but exceptionally strong, the TriLock™ mechanism can handle the harshest working environments. The versatility of the NLG TriLock™ Velcro Anchor means that it can also be used to create a tether point on power tools, and large shaped tools such as flogging spanners and wrenches. TriLock™ Velcro delivers extreme tensile strength with triple Velcro layering
Allows quick addition of heavy duty anchor point to rails and scaffolding up to 50mm diameter
Can also be used to tether large hand tools and power tools
Super strong welded D Ring
Extended product life with high strength, wear resistant webbing
Faster visual inspections with contrast stitching
Unique serial number for easy identification and tracking
CE marked
Dynamic load tested and third party certified (2:1 safety factor)
Dimensions: 13cm x 2.5cm
Max Load: 10KG (22lbs)

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer NLG
Manufacturer Code 101454

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