ShockWave2 100 Percent Tie-Off Lanyard Steel Rebar Hooks 1244412

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The ShockWave2 100 percent Tie-Off Shock Absorbing Lanyard 1244412 from Capital Safety uses steel hooks to reduce cost. These steel hooks weigh in total about 1 lb. more than the ShockWave2 Aluminum Hook version, but can save around $30.00.

Key Features:
  • Expands to 6 ft. and contracts to 4-1/2 ft. in reaction to your movements
  • Reduces trip fall hazards, dragging and snagging for complete freedom of movement
  • Twin-leg 100 percent tie-off style helps you remain connected at all times
  • Easy to use self locking snap hooks at center and flat steel hooks (2-1/4 in. opening) at the leg ends
  • Abrasion resistant tubular webbing for durability and longevity
  • Impact indicator allows user to visually inspect unit for a fall
  • 6 ft. in length
  • Limits arresting forces to 900 lbs. or less
  • Meets or exceeds all applicable industry standards including OSHA, ANSI and the stringent ANSI Z359
ShockWave2 shock absorbing lanyards are stretchable for complete freedom of movement. This twin-leg model allows you to keep one leg attached to the anchorage while the other leg is always ready to be hooked to the next anchorage. The ShockWave2 incorporates a unique inner core that immediately begins to extend and absorb energy during a fall, limiting arresting forces to no more than 900 lbs.

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Price $285.00
SKU DBI01-1244412
Product Weight (lbs.) 5.8
Weight 6.2500
Weight Capacity 310 Pounds
Lifeline Material No
Webbing Material Polyester (Standard)
Safety Standard OSHA, ANSI
100% Tie Off Yes
MPN 1244412
UPC 648250161555
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  1. Rickey

    2016-02-18 23:15:03

    can the hooks be used in a 7/8 inch bolt hole in steel beams safely.

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    1. Ben

      2016-02-18 23:15:03

      The nose of the hook is 3/4 inch so it would be extremely tight. It would be advisable to use a strap over the beam or a temporary anchor that could fit through the small hole and be attached to the lanyard. Our customer service team will be happy to discuss your options.

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