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Work Positioning Lanyard 2m

Work Positioning Lanyard 2m

Adjustable Lanyard for Work Positioning applications. Screw link connector for semi-permanent attachment to waist belt. Available with a choice of end connectors Adjustable from 2m to 0.5m Constructed from kermantel rope to reduce weight Wear sleeve to protect rope Easy adjustment mechanism to set your position correctly Supplied with clear user instructions Individually serial numbers certification for traceability Pocket Inspection Guide CE approved to EN358

Code: 652751


£103.99 Each (ex. VAT)

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Work Positioning Lanyard 2m

Adjustable Lanyard for Work Positioning applications. Screw link connector for semi-permanent attachment to waist belt.. Available with a choice of end connectors. Adjustable from 2m to 0.5m. Constructed from kermantel rope to reduce weight. Wear sleeve to protect rope. Easy adjustment mechanism to set your position correctly. Supplied with clear user instructions. Individually serial numbers certification for traceability. Pocket Inspection Guide. CE approved to EN358.

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