Petzl Absorbica-Y Tie-Back

 

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With MGO Connector - 180cm

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Designed for workers between the weight of 50-130kg with 3 seperate stages of stiching in the webbing to control falls at differing weights. With conectors for clipping to intermidiate anchors.

  • Length 150 cm
  • Connector MGO
  • Maximum authorized length (with connectors) 180 cm
  • Maximum length of torn lanyard after fall 320 cm
  • Maximum clearance (for fall factor 2) 600 cm
  • Weight 2330 g
  • Guarantee 3 years

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