Manyard Shock Absorbing Lanyard Rebar Hook 219TWRS-Z7/6FTGN

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Miller Manyard shock absorbing lanyards use quality materials and engineering to smoothly expand in the case of a fall to reduce fall arrest forces. If the lanyard is overused, it's easy to tell because of a bright red core that reveals itself if there's an abrasion or tear. The webbing is durable, though, and is even protected against water and oils with a Teflon finish. Manyards are designed to reduce tripping hazards with their unique, stretchable polyester materials that contract to 4 ft. This allows for much greater maneuverability and safety. The Miller 219TWRS-Z7/6FTGN version is nice because it features both a locking snap hook and a locking rebar hook, both made of steel. The snap hook features a restricted access spring design that helps minimize damage or tampering. Miller by Honeywell are experts at making dependable fall protection equipment that pushes the boundaries of innovation but won't hurt your wallet. Made in North America.

Key Features:

  • Meets ANSI Z359.1-2007, OSHA, and CSA standards
  • Unique warning flag provides visual proof that a lanyard has been involved in a fall and must be removed from service
  • Bright polyester red shock-absorbing inner core
  • Steel snap hook with 3/4 in. gate opening and rebar hook with 2-1/2 in. gate opening
  • Heavy-duty outer jacket that serves as a back up
  • Specially-woven shock-absorbing inner core smoothly expands to reduce fall arrest forces
  • Unique warning flag provides visual proof that a lanyard has been involved in a fall and must be removed from service
  • Single-legged
  • Expands to 6 ft.
  • Easy-to-spot bright green

Part Number:
219TWRS-Z7/6FTGN

Additional Details:

SKU:
MIL01-219TWRS-Z7/6FTGN
UPC:
612230152499
Weight:
2.75 LBS
Width:
10.00 (in)
Height:
8.00 (in)
Depth:
13.50 (in)
Shipping:
Calculated at Checkout
Weight Capacity:
310 Pounds
Webbing Material:
Polyester (Standard)
Safety Standard:
92,91,248