USS DBI SALA DBS1244412 ShockWave2 Shock Absorbing Lanyard Steel Hooks 900lb MAF P13217045USS-DBS1244412 https://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/USS/USS-DBS1244412.jpg DBI SALA DBS1244412 ShockWave2 Shock Absorbing Lanyard Steel Hooks 900lb MAF Manufacturer Part Number: 1244412 Twin-leg, tie-off style; smoothly reacts to your movements. Abrasion-resistant, tubular webbing. Self-locking snap hook. Impact indicator. Twin-leg shock-absorbing tie-off lanyard smoothly reacts to your movements and minimizes the danger of trip-fall hazards. Abrasion-resistant, tubular webbing ensures safe, reliable performance and excellent longevity. Self-locking snap hook simplifies hookups. Impact indicator lets you know when the lanyard has been exposed to fall stress, helping you streamline equipment inspections.Global Product TypeRopes, Harnesses and Climbing Tools-Shock-Absorbing LanyardRopes, Harnesses and Climbing Tool TypeShock-Absorbing LanyardMaximum Arresting Force900 lbsConnection TypeCenter: Self-Locking Snap Hook, Legs: Steel HooksOpening Size2 1/2\"ApplicationConstruction, Iron-Working, MaintenanceFor Use WithSafety HarnessesLength4 1/2 ft, 6 ftDiameter1\"StyleTwin-LegMaterial(s)Nylon/SteelColor(s)YellowCompliance StandardsANSI Z359 Compliant, OSHA CompliantPre-Consumer Recycled Content Percent0%Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percent0%Total Recycled Content Percent0%Country Of OriginUSCarton Weight6 lbs.Carton Pack Quantity1 EAPack Quantity0 UPC648250161555UNSPSC46182306Shipping Weight & Item DimensionsWeight5.9 lbs.Length12.2 inHeight5.3 inWidth11.6 inWarranty 13217045 041594991961 6.78lbs 5.30 11.60 12.20
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Manufacturer Part Number: 1244412

  • Twin-leg, tie-off style; smoothly reacts to your movements.
  • Abrasion-resistant, tubular webbing.
  • Self-locking snap hook.
  • Impact indicator.


  • Twin-leg shock-absorbing tie-off lanyard smoothly reacts to your movements and minimizes the danger of trip-fall hazards. Abrasion-resistant, tubular webbing ensures safe, reliable performance and excellent longevity. Self-locking snap hook simplifies hookups. Impact indicator lets you know when the lanyard has been exposed to fall stress, helping you streamline equipment inspections.

    Global Product TypeRopes, Harnesses and Climbing Tools-Shock-Absorbing Lanyard
    Ropes, Harnesses and Climbing Tool TypeShock-Absorbing Lanyard
    Maximum Arresting Force900 lbs
    Connection TypeCenter: Self-Locking Snap Hook, Legs: Steel Hooks
    Opening Size2 1/2"
    ApplicationConstruction, Iron-Working, Maintenance
    For Use WithSafety Harnesses
    Length4 1/2 ft, 6 ft
    Diameter1"
    StyleTwin-Leg
    Material(s)Nylon/Steel
    Color(s)Yellow
    Compliance StandardsANSI Z359 Compliant, OSHA Compliant
    Pre-Consumer Recycled Content Percent0%
    Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percent0%
    Total Recycled Content Percent0%
    Country Of OriginUS
    Carton Weight6 lbs.
    Carton Pack Quantity1 EA
    Pack Quantity0
    UPC648250161555
    UNSPSC46182306


    Shipping Weight & Item Dimensions

    Weight5.9 lbs.
    Length12.2 in
    Height5.3 in
    Width11.6 in


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    WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov.
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