7401013 – 3M / DBI Sala Zorbit Energy Absorber
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- For use with horizontal lifeline system
- Zorbit energy absorber limits fall arrest forces
- Allows use of standard 5,000 lb. (22.2 kN) anchors
- Configure up to 60 ft. (18.3m) length system with one device or 100 ft. (30.5m) with two
- Lightweight and portable design
- Extremely durable stainless steel construction
- Available with shackles – 7401031 Zorbit Energy Absorber
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Zorbit energy absorber
We’ve added safety and taken the guesswork out of putting together your own horizontal lifeline system. Can you answer the following questions? How much clearance do I need? How will lifeline sag and span distance affect the safety of my system? What forces will be generated on my end anchors? Do my anchorage connectors and support structure have sufficient strength? Now you can. This revolutionary new shock absorber featured on our SecuraSpan and cable Sayfline systems is also available separately. In situations where a competent person understands the requirements needed, Zorbit can be attached to your own system to bring safety to a previously unsafe system. You can always depend on our horizontal safety systems for mobility and fall protection when working at height. We offer the broadest selection, as well as significant advantages in safety and productivity.
Horizontal Lifelines (HLL)
Horizontal lifelines are more than a mere line connected between 2+ anchors, it is a secure attachment point for users working across a large horizontal surface. These systems are used to protect workers operating in the horizontal plane who may not have continuous access to suitable anchorage points.
Choosing the right horizontal lifelines depends on:
- The attachment structure - like I-beam, rebar stub, concrete, column or roof/
- Lifeline material type - Synthetic lines are extremely lightweight and compact while galvanized or stainless steel options offer added corrosion and abrasion resistance and typically require less fall clearance.
- Your clearance requirements - The distance between the work area and the next level or obstruction is often called “fall clearance,”
- Number of users - Systems are available for one, two, and even up to six workers depending upon your job-site needs.
In short - horizontal lifelines allow users to move across large work areas while remaining connected to a continuous system.
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