Beal Dynapro-Air V Hook

 

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Dynapro-Air V Hook

A fall arrest device with V-shaped lanyards and connectors included. Perfect for anchor points such as cables, bars and beams. For professional work at heights.

  • • ABSORB’AIR absorber combined with a V-shaped lanyard.
  • • V-shaped lanyard with two symmetrical rope legs for progression using fall arrest techniques.
  • • Supplied with 2 AIR-HOOK LARGE connectors to clip anchor points and an O’LIGHT 3-MATIC connector to connect to the harness.
  • • Sewn terminations with reinforced eyes to protect the rope.
  • • 2 removable covers allow the inspection of termination stitches.
  • • Marked with a unique serial number and equipped with a label to accommodate personal markings as well as a QR code to assist traceability.

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