Miller Turbo T-BAK Personal Fall Limiter MFLT-2/7.5FT
The 7.5 ft. Miller Turbo T-BAK personal fall limiter is a great tie-back alternative to shock absorbing lanyards. This self-retracting fall protection lifeline uses performance webbing that is engineered to be abrasion-resistant and attaches to a 5,000 lb. gate strength locking snap hook.
The T-BAK is designed to anchor below your harness's back D-ring, allowing for greater safety. The MFLT-2/7.5FT version is nice because it comes with a steel twist-lock carabiner for connecting to your full body harness.
Our customers love the simplicity of having a tie-back SRL and the expanded anchorage connection options it brings. It's also nice because it requires even less equipment to haul around on the jobsite and is incredibly lightweight. This SRL is made with a high-impact housing, a stainless steel braking mechanism, and a shock-absorbing engineered co-polymer hub. Miller by Honeywell produces a wide variety of fall protection equipment, with something for every at height worker.
- Durable housing
- Meets all applicable OSHA, ANSI, CSA and CE standards, including the ANSI Z359.1
- Extra strength and abrasion-resistant webbing to facilitate tie-back Includes twist-lock carabiner
- Steel snap hook
|Product Weight (lbs.)||3.2|
|Brand||Miller Fall Protection|
|Safety Standard||OSHA, ANSI, CSA|
|Lifeline Material||Polyester Webbing|
|100% Tie Off||No|
what is the max weight that a person can weigh to use this product and how much lanyard can you have out of the t bak and be safe if a fall happens in other words what happens if you have the lanyard extended and fall and is there a limiter to keep you from extending to far out.1 answer
The Miller Turbo T-Bak self retracting lanyard is made to handle up to 400 lbs. This includes the worker and any tools or accessories they might be carrying.
Fall distance of the Miller Turbo SRL is not affected by how far the webbing is extended. There are both internal and external shock absorbers built in to the Miller Turbo line of fall limiters. Total fall distance is design limited to 24 inches. This assumes the anchor point is over your head, which limits swing fall, and any additional length from being at an angle. Depending on the weight of the person falling, one or both of the shock absorbers will play out, but the total distance is kept under 24 inches.