Scaffold Anchor – Fall arrest anchor for scaffolding or piping – Polyester web – Choker style anchor – High strength steel D-ring – 3M DBI-SALA 1201390
$33.00 – $36.50
- For scaffold and piping – Polyester choker anchorage device ideal for use on scaffolding and piping.
- Choker style anchor – Simple choke-off style anchor, simply wrap around anchor on itself to install.
- Polyester construction – Built with high-strength abrasion resistant polyester webbing capable of supporting a load of 5000 lbs.
- Steel D-ring – Includes a zinc-plated steel D-ring for users to connect personal fall arrest system to.
- Compact & lightweight – Lightweight, easy to move between job sites and can be easily stored away when no longer needed.
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Web scaffold choker-style anchor
3M DBI-SALA web scaffold anchor is a polyester choker anchorage device ideal for use on scaffolding and piping.
Web choker is easy to use – simply wrap around the scaffolding or piping – then connect to the steel D-ring to tie-off. The high-abrasion resistant polyester webbing is capable of supporting loads of up to 5,000 lbs. The anchor is easy to setup, uninstall, move between job sites and stored away when no longer needed.
Often overlooked but critical to any personal fall arrest system - the anchor is what provides support to your system in case of a fall. Anchor are categorized based on the structure being attached to - ranging from: wooden rooftops, concrete columns or steel I-beams.
Your anchor can be a permanent installation meant for reoccurring jobs like maintenance and inspection work - or reusable and ideal for crews moving job to job. All anchors must provide a secure point of attachment to a personal fall arrest system and be capable of supporting 5,000 lbs. / or meet the OSHA 2:1 safety factor.
|Dimensions||4 × 4 × 6 in|
14-1/2 in. (36.8cm), 2 ft. (0.6 m)