Shock Absorbing Extension Lanyard

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An extension piece intended to provide easier access to dorsal connection point

The Shock Absorbing Extension Lanyard connects to the harness dorsal D-ring, in effect extending it by 18". This makes it easier for workers to reach behind them and make a connection--ideal for those who connect/disconnect multiple times throughout their day. It can also be used in combination with a non-shock lanyard to allow for use in Fall Arrest applications. Always be sure to account for the additional length of the extension when calculating free fall and fall clearance.

SKU: 01205



Features

  • Manufactured from durable, 1” nylon webbing
  • Clear cover around shock pack to protect against the elements and allow for easy inspection
  • Snap hook on one end and D-ring on other end, functioning to replace harness dorsal D-ring


Specifications

Product weight

4LB / 1.81KG

Product length

12'' / 30.48CM

Product height

2'' / 12.56CM


FAQS

Yes, however if a second connecting device is connected to the dorsal D-ring only one device can be used at a time. This means that, for example, an SRL is attached to the dorsal D-ring, the Shock Absorbing Extension Lanyard must not be actively in use.

Compliance

This product meets the following regional compliance standards

  • OSHA 1910.140

  • OSHA 1926.502

  • ANSI Z359.13-13


Industries

This product is often used in the following industries

  • Construction
  • General Industry

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