You don't have to be a rescue worker or a solider to find yourself in danger when you're at work. Utility and construction professionals find themselves in life-threatening situations every day. When you're in a precarious position, you can trust in the Petzl L52 3 ... (see full details) (see specifications) #PETL523H.
You don't have to be a rescue worker or a solider to find yourself in danger when you're at work. Utility and construction professionals find themselves in life-threatening situations every day. When you're in a precarious position, you can trust in the Petzl L52 3H Grillon Hook Lanyard.
This adjustable lanyard is made to be used with a positioning harness. The hands-free design allows you to adjust your position easily. The mechanical adjustment system has a pivoting cam that changes the length of the lanyard.
The hook connector is made to clip right to the attachment points of the harness. An auto-lock connector is permanently positioned on one end, your anchor, while the other moves and adjusts to your needs.
A sliding, protective sleeve covers the white and red rope to your skin from rubbing painfully against it. Plastic sleeves protect both sewn ends of the rope to prevent fraying and wear. Bright gold and silver-colored hardware finish off the design.
The lanyard may be connected to a side or waist attachment as needed. Lots of workers face dangerous situations every day, and they don't get the glory that some of the flashier professionals get, but you do get the Petzl L52 3H Grillon Hook Lanyard. Petzl and the Working Person's Store take your safety seriously, because you seriously take care of the rest of us.
Length: 3 cm
Height: 720 g
1 out of 1 people found this product review helpful.
5 out of 5
This lanyard is awesome. The price is a little much but you pay for quality and in turn safety. I've used this for so many diff things it aint even funny. They don't like to put weight numbers on things but a few hundred pounds of gear was no problem at all for this. The hook is the correct size. The rope is synthetic as is all high end rope these days. Winches use synthetic rope now and its stronger, lighter, and safer. All a plus in my book.