3M™ DBI-SALA® EZ-Stop™ Force2™ Shock Absorbing Lanyard is designed to tie off at the feet when no overhead anchorage is available. It features 3M’s smallest and lightest shock absorber with unique Vectran™ energy management materials that help to provide cut and chemical resistance and efficient shock absorption, an ideal choice for user-friendly fall protection equipment.
3M™ DBI-SALA® EZ-Stop™ Force2™ Shock Absorbing Lanyard provides up to 12 ft (3.7 m) free fall or as a standard lanyard up to 6 ft (1.8 m) free fall for workers that require a capacity of 311 to 420 lbs (141 to 190 kg). It features a gated hook and heavy-duty abrasion-resistant tensile strength webbing, ideal for the rigors of tie-back and tie-off methods. If a fall does occur, the unique Vectran™ energy management materials system will activate, helping to stop the fall and reduce the forces imposed on the worker to safe levels. 3M™ DBI-SALA® EZ-Stop™ Force2™ Shock Absorbing Lanyard is an excellent choice for added safety in a wide range of industrial applications.
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