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DBI-SALA® Nano-Lok™ 2m Twin Length Self-Retracting Lifeline 3101270

Availability: In stock

£439.00 (incl VAT)
£439.00 (incl VAT)
 

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Product Highlights
DBI-SALA® 
Nano-Lok™
2m Twin Length Retractable Lifeline
20 mm diameter Dyneema webbing  
Anchor Swivel Allows the block to align with lifeline
Impact-resistant housing
Twin lifelines
Compatible with a shoulder or foot connection
100% Tie-off configuration
Heavy Duty Aluminium Rebar Hook
Energy Shock Pack Absorber with Impact Indicator
Improves safety by allowing a shoulder and foot level
  connection with a 141kg capacity eliminating the need for a separate block and lanyard.
140kg Capacity allows for use by most users ensuring the highest level of safety.
Model 3101270
Physical Weight 2.53 kg  
Twin lifelines 
Standard traditional 
Standards CE, EN360

Details

Nano-Lok™ is compact and ergonomically designed for ease-of-use and is ideal for direct connection to most harnesses. At only 725g it is virtually unnoticeable on your back, stays out of the way and can be used as a lanyard replacement. Compatible with shoulder and foot level connections and available in a number of configurations, with a capacity of 141kg Nano-Lok™ offers versatility for many applications. Locks quickly and stops a fall within centimetres - providing more protection at low heights. In addition, tension is always kept on the lifeline reducing dragging, snagging and trip falls.

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