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EN354 & EN355 compliant fall arrest lanyard with shock-absorbing pack
With a choke ring specifically for pole work, the kernmantle fibre rope lanyards available in lengths between 1m and 2m with a single leg. In the unfortunate event of a fall, the lanyard will catch the fall and absorb many of the forces created.
SHOCK PACK - Tear webbing shock absorber - Maximum tear out 1.75 metres. Shock pack consists of polyester tear webbing (white) and a length of backup webbing (black).
WEAR SLEEVES - Additional strength and resilience is added to any potential wear and stress points.
CONNECTING RING - Connectivity between soft components is achieved via an aluminium ring.
CHOKE RING - Specifically for pole work, this additional ring allows for the lanyard to be ‘choked’ around a supporting structure with a minimum diameter of 150mm.
RAL ADJUSTABLE - With the addition of an adjustable slider the RAL lanyard can be shortened to the user’s requirements.
LABEL ID - Lanyard details can be easily found on the label, which is protected by a velcro pouch.
OVAL RAPIDE LINK - Connectivity to harness via an oval rapide link as standard.
Rope - 11mm Kernmantle EN-1891 Type A
Maximum Length - 2 metres
Maximum Arresting Force - 6.0kN
Average Arresting Force - 4.5kN
Rope strength - 22kN - minimum breaking load
User Weight - 100kg maximum (150kg rated variants also available)
Standards - EN 354 & EN 355
Note – Lanyard length is measured between the bearing points of the hooks. Exchanging a karabiner for a scaffold hook could lengthen a lanyard beyond the maximum allowable length under the relevant EN standard.
FAQs ABOUT FALL ARREST LANYARDs
What does a fall arrest system consist of? It consists of afull-body harness, anchorage, andconnecting device. The means of connection may include a lanyard, deceleration device, lifeline, or a suitable combination of these.
Which harness attachment points can be used with a Fall Arrest Lanyard? While the connector of this lanyard is connected to an anchorage, the energy absorber is attached to a fall arrest point, marked with an "A". A full-body fall arrest harness normally includes a rear D-ring for fall arrest; some also include a front fall arrest attachment point.
How does a shock-absorbing lanyard work? The unique feature of this lanyard is its built-in shock pack. When a significant, sustained dynamic force is applied to the lanyard such as in a fall, the pack expands to absorb the kinetic energy that is created by a body in freefall.
Without a shock absorber built into the fall arrest system, the forces created in freefall will severely injure the worker and more than likely result in a fatality.