DBI-SALA EZ-Stop 100 Pct. Tie-Off Shock Absorbing Lanyard 1246193

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EZ-Stop feature the world's smallest and lightest shock absorber, water-repellent and abrasion-resistant webbing and a build quality that is second to none. In addition, DBI-SALA's exclusive Hi-10 Vectran energy management materials provide second-to-none abrasion, cut and chemical resistance and efficient shock absorption. Should a fall occur, the lanyard and its unique energy absorbing system will activate stopping the fall and reducing the forces imposed on the user to safe levels. DBI-SALA's patented lightweight self-locking snap hook automatically locks and closes for added safety, and allows you to open and connect without getting your thumb or fingers in the way - even with gloves on. Lightweight locking gate/nose rebar hook at leg ends automatically locks and closes including the nose for maximum strength and security, and its 2-1/2" (62.5mm) large gate opening fits over larger anchorage structures.

Key Features:

  • Double-leg 100 percent tie-off lanyard that allows leap-froging
  • Lanyard contours to worker by stretching to 6 ft. (1.8m) when taut and contracting to 4-1/2 ft. (1.4m)
  • Extremely compact and lightweight
  • Exclusive Hi-10 Vectran energy absorption system
  • Repel webbing
  • Aluminum self locking snap hook at center
  • Aluminum locking gate/nose rebar hooks at leg ends
  • Built-in reflective materials on the shock absorber
  • Impact indicator
  • Velcro cover protects labels, equipped with i-Safe identification tag for recording information


  • Capacity: 130-310 lbs
  • Anchor Connector Hook Type Rebar Hook
  • Energy Absorber Class: 6 ft (1.8 m)
  • Free Fall/MAAF 900 lbs. (4 kN)
  • Meets OSHA 1910.66, OSHA 1926.502, ANSI A10.32, ANSI Z359.13, and Capital Safety standards

Part Number:

Additional Details:

4.50 LBS
10.00 (in)
8.00 (in)
13.50 (in)
Calculated at Checkout
Lifeline Material:
Polyester Webbing
Weight Capacity:
310 Pounds
100% Tie Off:
Country of Origin:
United States
Safety Standard:
OSHA 1910.66, OSHA 1926.502, ANSI A10.32, ANSI Z359.13, Capital Safety standards