Petzl ASAP Lock

 

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The ASAP LOCK is a mobile fall arrest device with the added function of a lock.  The lock allows the user to immobilize the device to reduce the length of a fall.  As with the Petzl ASAP, the ASAP Lock locks on the rope when it is shock loaded, stopping the user from falling any further.  The connection arm makes the system loss-resistant when passing intermediate anchors. Please note, the ASAP LOCK must be used with an energy absorbing lanyard to work at a distance from the rope.

  • Conforms to EN 353-2 and EN 12841 type A
  • Weight: 425g

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