Model # MFL-3/6FT

Internet #203109886

Miller TurboLite 6 ft. Personal Fall Limiter Without Unit Connector Locking Snap Hook Lanyard End Connector
0612230157135

Miller

TurboLite 6 ft. Personal Fall Limiter Without Unit Connector Locking Snap Hook Lanyard End Connector

$11900 /each
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The unique 6-foot Miller TurboLite Personal Fall Limiter (PFL) provides the same working capacity as a traditional shock-absorbing lanyard while instantly arresting a free fall within inches rather than the 3-1/2 ft. needed for lanyards. This safety device eliminates the need for different fall protection equipment to address fall clearance and reduces risk because workers are using the proper equipment when fall clearance changes. Using this expertly engineered safety device increases productivity by keeping workers focused on the job longer.

  • Extremely compact and lightweight (1.9 lbs. [.86 kg]) unit provides 6-ft. (1.8 m) working capacity lifeline
  • Unit attaches directly to the harness back D-ring for greater mobility and versatility
  • Engineered webbing for greater abrasion resistance and long service life
  • High-strength, impact-resistant nylon housing for maximum durability
  • Built-in swivel prevents lifeline from twisting
  • Rated for up to a 400 lb. (181.4 kg) user
  • No annual factory recertification required
  • Meets global standards for international companies; meets all applicable OSHA, ANSI A10.32 and Z359-2007 and CSA standards

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Can this be used to raise and lower large hanging baskets?

Up to 150 pounds.
Asked by: Foxy
Might be able to, but this is a form of safety equipment to arrest a person in a fall situation. This would require a full body harness, a secure anchor point capable of withstanding the forces generated in a fall, and proper use. If you want to lift items, I suggest getting a lifting strap or similar tool.
Answered by: safetyguy
Date published: 2017-06-04
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