8 ft. (2.4 m) power cord for powered climb assist system, AS/NZS 3112, 10A/250 Vac rating (China, Australia, New Zealand).
Extremely tall or lengthy structures are often conducive to an assisted system which provides weight relief to reduce worker fatigue and improve climbing longevity. The Powered Climb Assist System from DBI-SALA® is a non-fall arrest rated system specifically designed to provide assistance for those who climb the internal ladders of wind energy towers around the globe. This system will work alongside your existing fall protection system, or add the Lad-Saf™ flexible cable ladder safety system for complete peace of mind, hands-free mobility and protection. The powered climb assist system features a simple plug-n-play portable motor that is adaptive to your climbing style. It can be personalized from 55-120 lbs. (25-55 kg) of lifting relief to suite a wide range of climbing styles and user weights for effortless ascent and descent.
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