News | July 17, 2008

Lightweight, Cost-Effective Alternative To Shock-Absorbing Lanyards For Fall Protection

Source: Miller Fall Protection

Miller Fall Protection announced their new performance-driven, Miller TurboLite Personal Fall Limiter (PFL) or self-retracting lifeline a lightweight and compact alternative to shock-absorbing lanyards.

The new cost-effective and competitive pricing of the Miller TurboLite PFL makes shock-absorbing lanyards obsolete on the jobsite. With the compact and lightweight TurboLite PFL, workers will no longer need to ‘switch-out' equipment to maintain a safe fall distance.

  • Eliminates the need for different fall protection equipment to address changes in fall clearance
  • Increases safety by knowing workers are not in danger when jobsite conditions change
  • Increases productivity by keeping workers on the job longer
  • TurboLite PFL is cost-effective and will keep safety costs in line

The added value of the new TurboLite PFL includes:

  • First affordable alternative to shock-absorbing lanyards
  • Lightweight design (1.9 lbs.) provides 6 feet of working capacity lifeline; unit attaches directly to the harness back D-ring for greater mobility
  • Engineered webbing for greater abrasion resistance and long service life
  • High strength, impact-resistant nylon housing for maximum durability
  • No annual factory recertification required
  • Meets global standards for international companies; meets all applicable OSHA, ANSI A10.32 and Z359-2007, and CSA requirements.

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