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50 ft FallTech Contractor Leading Edge Self-Retracting Device

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Contractor Leading Edge SRLs are designed for both below D-ring and overhead applications featuring an integrated external energy absorber to enhance the internal braking system and preserve lifeline integrity and a rugged 7/32" galvanized steel cable to resist cuts over sharp and abrasive leading edges. Outfitted with a Recoil Spring hand-grip assembly to help prevent lifeline lock-up and provide simple dorsal D-ring connection plus a load-indicating swivel snap hook that provides visual fall event indication and helps prevent lifeline twisting. Contractor Leading Edge SRLs are equipped with a glass-filled nylon housing and anchorage carabiner.

  • May be used as a traditional SRD for overhead anchorage options or in below harness D-ring anchorage conditions
  • 7/32 Galvanized steel cable for added cut resistance
  • Dual energy absorber system – internal inertial brake and external shock pack
  • Designed to reduce the risk of cable failure when contacting an edge during a fall event
  • ANSI Z359.13 compliant external energy absorber to reduce impact forces during edge contact in a fall event
  • Certified as ANSI Z359.14-2014 Leading Edge compliant
Material Specifications
  • Cable: 7/32" galvanized steel
  • Connector: Alloy Steel; Min. 5,000 lbs. tensile strength
  • Connector Gates: Alloy Steel; Min. 3,600 lbs. front load and side load
Performance Specifications
  • Tensile Strength: 3,000 lbs.
  • Max. Capacity: 310 lbs.
  • Maximum Arrest Distance: 54"
  • ANSI Class B
Relevant Standards
  • OSHA: CFR1926.502, CFR1910.66
  • ANSI: ANSI Z359.13, ANSI Z359.14 2014
Make & Model
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Color Family White
Certifications & Standards
TAA/BAA Compliant 1
Packaging Dimensions
Height 7.800

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