PETZL - ASAP'SORBER, Lanyard with Energy Absorber, 20 cm


PETZL - ASAP'SORBER, Lanyard with Energy Absorber, 20 cm by PETZL at McGill Asbestos. MPN: L71AA 20. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. The ASAP'SORBER lanyard connects to the ASAP or ASAP LOCK mobile fall arrester to allow the user to work at a distance from the rope in order to protect it during certain work phases. It is equipped with a tearing energy absorber located in a zippered fabric pouch to protect it from abrasion while allowing for regular inspection. This lanyard is available in two lengths for a choice of the best balance between distance from the rope and reducing the fall length.INTENDED USE: The ASAP'SORBER lany


PETZL - ASAP'SORBER, Lanyard with Energy Absorber, 20 cm by PETZL
4.8 out of 5 stars with 55 reviews
Condition: New
Availability: In Stock
$57.52


Quantity:  

 


Product Description & Reviews

The ASAP'SORBER lanyard connects to the ASAP or ASAP LOCK mobile fall arrester to allow the user to work at a distance from the rope in order to protect it during certain work phases. It is equipped with a tearing energy absorber located in a zippered fabric pouch to protect it from abrasion while allowing for regular inspection. This lanyard is available in two lengths for a choice of the best balance between distance from the rope and reducing the fall length.

Features & Highlights

  • INTENDED USE: The ASAP'SORBER lanyard connects to the ASAP or ASAP LOCK mobile fall arrester to allow the user to work at a distance from the rope in order to protect it during certain work phases.
  • SAFE: By allowing the user to distance him or herself from the rope, this lanyard helps declutter the work area and protects the rope from sharp tools and molten metal splash.
  • ABSORBS ENERGY: This lanyard is equipped with a tearing energy absorber to provide safety in the event of a fall.
  • DURABLE: The zippered fabric pouch protects the energy absorber from abrasion and splashes while still allowing for regular inspection. The ends are equipped with STRING to protect the webbing and hold the connector in position.
  • LENGTH: Choose between 2 lengths (20 and 40 cm) for the best balance between distance from the rope and reducing the fall length.

Additional Information

Brand:
PETZL
Manufacturer:
Petzl
Category:
Restraint Ropes & Lanyards
Color:
Black,Yellow
Model:
L71AA 20
MPN:
L71AA 20
EAN:
3342540098176
Part Number:
L71AA 20
Size:
20cm
Publisher:
Petzl
Binding:
Misc.
Item Weight:
0.16 pounds
Item Size:
10 x 4 x 14 inches
Package Weight:
0.26 pounds
Package Size:
5.28 x 0.98 x 10.39 inches

 


Have questions about this item (L71AA 20), or would like to inquire about a custom or bulk order?


If you have any questions about this product by PETZL, contact us by completing and submitting the form below. If you are looking for a specif part number, please include it with your message.

First Name:
Last Name:
Email Address:
Your Message:

Related Best Sellers


mpn: B2000, ean: 0852492006424,
The Malta Dynamics Vertical Lifeline Assembly is a full kit built to the strongest conventional (VLA) vertical lifeline assemblies available today. It is exceptionally resistant to alkalis and most solvents. The Polyester Rope Vertical Lifeline Assem...

mpn: V845533040LE, ean: 0626053587703,
The Peakworks Self-Retracting Lifelines are connectors that extend and retract as the worker moves around. Our SRL's use a locking mechanism similar to that of a seatbelt. The Peakworks family line of SRL's are made of lightweight plastic or aluminum...

WHO - ''All Hail, The TSUNAMI'' | The KwikSafety TSUNAMI COMBO Vertical Lifeline Assembly is OSHA compliant and follows ANSI/ASSE z.359.15-2014. Sizes 25ft, 50ft, and 100ft available with a max strength of 5,000 lbs (approx. 2268 kg) and is 14 mm (ap...

mpn: 3011, ean: 0720476193111,
The Squids® 3011 Retractable tool lanyard is a lightweight and extremely Durable tethering solution Designed to mount to a D-ring users belt or a separate anchor point. Using a retractable lanyard limits potential snag hazards compared to standard l...