Protecta Rebel 50 ft. SRL Galvanized Cable Aluminum Housing 3590560

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DBI01-3590560
Regular Price $735.00 Sale Price $630.00 You Save $105.00
The Rebel 50 ft. (15m) Self-Retracting Lifeline with 5mm stainless steel cable, thermoplastic housing, and carabiner.

The Protecta Rebel provides a fall protection solution that doesn't compromise budgets or safety and gives workers added mobility. These SRLs incorporate a lifeline that extends and retracts automatically, allowing unhindered movement around the work area. A brake activates in the event of a fall, stopping the worker within inches and limits arresting forces to OSHA and ANSI requirements. Rebel continues to set performance standards beyond compliance, while providing a substantial value compared to competitive models.

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3590560
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SKU DBI01-3590560
Price $735.00
Product Weight (lbs.) 20.7
Weight 21.0000
Brand DBI-SALA
MPN 3590560
Safety Standard OSHA, ANSI, CSA
Lifeline Material Galvanized
100% Tie Off No
Weight Capacity 420 Pounds
UPC 840779071821
Color No
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  1. tony

    2015-06-10 21:53:24

    can I used this protecta rebel for my mobile rock climbing wall 25' tall and what is the price
    Tony

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    1. Chris

      2015-06-10 21:53:25

      We generally would not recommend a Self Retracting Lifeline (SRL) for use with a rock climbing wall. This is for a couple of reasons. In the event of a fall, the standard styles of SRLs catch and hold the person nearly instantly. To release the person and lower them to the ground will take a second line, or other means of lifting to remove tension on the cable. Second, a fall will pop the impact indicator that is standard on all SRLs. This indicator is meant to trigger a return to the factory for service and re-certification. Since falls would be a regular occurrence, this likely is not a desirable feature in your application.
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      The standard practice in rock climbing of using a belay line is really the best way to handle this sort of challenge.

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