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            FALL PROTECTION





               HORIZONTAL LIFELINES

             How to Choose a Horizontal Lifeline System                          EZ-LINE ™
             A horizontal lifeline may appear to be a basic line strung between two anchors, but it is not.  Retractable Horizontal Lifeline System
             It is critical to choose a system that has been precision engineered and rigorously tested to
             meet OSHA and ANSI requirements. These systems are used to protect workers operating in
             the horizontal plane who may not have continuous access to suitable anchorage points.
             Anchorage Structure                                                • CAP 7605060
             The structure your system must attach to, such as an I-beam, rebar stud, concrete column
             or roof, can dictate the type of specialized system required.      EZ-Line’s innovative retractable design allows the user to quickly
             Portable Or Permanent
                                                                                and efficiently set-up any length of system in only seconds and
             Temporary jobs require lightweight and easy-to-use portable systems that can be moved  dismantle it just as quick. The entire 60 ft. EZ-Line system is
             from one location to another. If a hazardous work area is accessed often, such as a rooftop,
                                                                                retracted into an easy to carry case which eliminates large and
             a permanent solution may be a better choice.
                                                                                bulky coils of cable that are difficult to set-up, relocate and store.
             Clearance Requirements                                             Additionally, EZ-Line weighs only 25 lbs., which is 33% lighter
             The distance between the work area and the next level or obstruction is often called “fall
                                                                                than traditional systems providing ease-of-use and added
             clearance,” and this is a critical factor when choosing your system. Anchorage height, type  worker satisfaction.
             of lifeline and length are just a couple of factors that will affect the required clearance
                                                                                Installation:
             needed.
                                                                                • Attach the lifeline with carabiner to an anchorage connector
             Lifeline Type
                                                                                • Depress the locking button allowing cable to pay out and walk
             Synthetic lines are extremely lightweight and compact while galvanized or stainless steel
                                                                                 to the next anchorage
             options offer added corrosion and abrasion resistance.             • Attach the housing/case with carabiner to the anchorage connector
             Number Of Users
                                                                                • Tension the lifeline with the built-in crank handle.
             Always consider the number of workers required to get the job done and choose a system
             that can accommodate those personnel safely.

                 PRO-LINE  ™                                                SAYFLINE  ™
                                                              VALUE!
                 Temporary                                                  Synthetic
                 Horizontal Lifeline System                                 Horizontal
                                                                            Lifeline Systems


                              • CAP 1200101
                                                                          Available Sayfline™ Synthetic HLL Systems:
               The PRO-Line™ horizontal lifeline systems are lightweight, easy to install and very  CAP 7600502: 20 ft.   CAP 7600503: 30 ft.
               portable.  Just disassemble and take to the next job.  Extremely fast set-up, removal  CAP 7600504: 40 ft.   CAP 7600505: 50 ft.
               and storage with built-in tensioner and carrying bag - no special tools needed.  CAP 7600506: 60 ft.   CAP 7600507: 70 ft.
                                                                                  CAP 7600508: 80 ft.   CAP 7600509: 90 ft.
               Installation: Simply attach the lifeline and tie-off adaptors to 5,000 lb. rated
                                                                                  CAP 7600510: 100 ft.
               anchorage points and tension the lifeline with the integrated ratchet.
               The built-in shock absorber limits arresting forces during a fall and provides
                                                                                ™
               the user with a visual impact indicator for added safety. Attaching the hooks   Sayfline systems are extremely lightweight, easy to install and
               of a shock-absorbing lanyard directly to the lifeline for complete ease-of-use.  portable – ideal for maintenance, bridgework, construction and
               The carrying bag makes transporting and storing the system easy, reduces   general industry applications, providing absolute safety and reliability.
               damage from dirt, moisture and UV degradation thus improving the   • Complete system in convenient bag is installed with no special tools
               longevity of the system.                                    or equipment
                                                                          • Portable system can be re-used over and over again
               • Complete kit includes two tie-off adaptors for simple anchorage to structure
                                                                          • Kernmantle rope lifeline with tensioner and shock absorber
               •Built-in shock absorber reduces anchorage loadings to preserve the structure
                                                                          • Two tie-off adaptors are included to anchor the system to a structure
               • Fall arrest rated for two users provides jobsite flexibility
                                                                          • Capacity of 2 workers
               • 60 ft. (18 m) web lifeline is compact, portable and versatile
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