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Elk River’s T-Line Safety System

Elk River’s T-Line Safety System is the world’s first horizontal and vertical lifeline system in one. The installation is quick and easy with spans up to 40 in (or 80 in) with no tensioning or adjusting require.  The T-Line is suitable for permanent or temporary locations and is very easy to reinstall or move to other locations. The innovative design of the system allows two lifelines on separate self-retracting and self-locking spools. The reels move in opposite directions as the user moves horizontally or vertically. One line pays out while the other retracts. The T-line will not lock at low speed, allowing the user to move about freely, however, if the user should fall the pulley brake grips the line and preventing pendular swings. The unit has an integrated rescue winch for easy rescue if a fall should occur. The T- line is a great horizontal fall protection device for working off of platforms with no handrails, storage tanks, top of trucks, airplanes, busses and service bays. The system is very economical and easy to install.

For more information, visit www.elkriver.com.

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