DBI-SALA ShockWave 2 Arc Flash 100 Percent Tie-Off Lanyard 1244632
- Nomex/Kevlar outer sleeve provides high heat resistance
- Stretch style lanyard expands from 4 1/2 ft. to 6 ft.
- Fall forces kept below 900 lbs.
- 100 percent tie-off
- 2-1/4 in. gate openings on aluminum self-locking snap hooks
- Built-in impact indicator
- Arc tested for electrical resistance to 40cal/cm2
- Exceeds OSHA standards
Meets or exceeds all applicable industry standards including OSHA and ASTM F887-05.
A sturdy piece of fall protection that survives even the intense heat of an arc flash blast, the ShockWave 2 Lanyard fully meets all OSHA standards.
Who Uses This:
The ShockWave 2 Arc Flash Lanyard is designed for tower climbers and at height workers using welding equipment or working on high voltage electrical systems. Transmission linemen, construction welders and electricians, factory site maintenance workers, utility workers and linemen all use the ShockWave 2 Lanyard protection.
Why We Recommend It:
Heat will break down the inner strength of your lanyard relatively quickly. For those workers who are constantly wearing their lanyard in high-heat environments, the protection is is worth the extra $50. The time to find out your lanyard has been damaged is not just after the fall. Make sure you have the right tool for the job, and are using a Nomex/Kevlar jacketed lanyard for climbing when welding, doing electrical work that could result in arc flash, working around molten metal splash or other intensive heat situations. The large hooks also make attaching easier, so you can concentrate on your work.
Anywhere high-heat or electrical discharge might damage a less durable harness, including cellphone antenna engineering, wind energy construction work, roofing, linework, utility work and arborist work to name a few.
DBI-SALA ShockWave2 Nomex/Kevlar Arc Flash Lanyard 1244630
DBI-SALA ShockWave 2 Arc Flash Nomex/Kevlar Lanyard 1244610
|Product Weight (lbs.)||No|
|Weight Capacity||310 Pounds|
|Lifeline Material||Nylon Webbing|
|Webbing Material||Nomex / Kevlar (FR and Arc Flash)|
|Safety Standard||OSHA, ASTM|
|100% Tie Off||Yes|
Is this lanyard a 4 feet?1 answer
This lanyard is about 4.5 feet long but stretches to 6 feet with gentle pressure. The idea is it helps keep it from dragging on the ground until you need the extra length.