Counterweight – 6 lb. lifeline counterweight to keep lifeline taut – Web loop for easy attachment – Heavy-duty nylon – Pouch with choker filled with 2.7 kg of steel shot – 3M DBI-SALA 5901583
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- Lad-saf counterweight – 6 lbs. counterweight to keep lifeline taut.
- Simple usage – Web loop choker for easy attachment to lifeline.
- Heavy-duty nylon – Durable, lightweight and machine washable nylon pouch.
- Compact & lightweight – easy to pick up, set down and transport between job-sites.
- Ideal for use – with 5/8″ rope lifelines
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Flexible counterweight, pouch with web loop choker filled with 6 lbs. (2.7 kg) of steel shot – for use with rope lifelines.
Vertical lifeline systems allow a person to climb a great height without putting themselves at risk.
In simple terms, a vertical lifeline system consists of a top and bottom bracket installed onto a ladder. Strung between the brackets is a cable lifeline that spans the entire length of the ladder. Attached to the lifeline is a sleeve - the sleeve simply follows the user as she goes up and down the ladder.
If the user falls, the sleeve locks up to prevent dropping more than a few feet.
In short - vertical lifelines systems are ideal for extremely tall ladder ways with alot of foot traffic.