Skip to content

Guardian Launches HTL Horizontal Lifeline for Fall Protection

Guardian Fall Protection, a Pure Safety Group (PSG) brand, has unveiled its new HTL Horizontal Lifeline (HLL) for use in fall protection systems. The horizontal anchorage accommodates two workers in fall arrest at 30-, 60- and 100-foot lengths.

The HLL is ultra-lightweight and extremely durable.  Due to the double-braided polyester rope functioning as the shock absorber, no inline shock absorber is required. Its built-in, inline tension swivel prevents tangling and keeps the HLL in an optimal position. It features nylon thimbles that protect the rope against wear and prevents loops. The HTL’s lower dynamic sag provides exceptional fall clearances.

The HTL kit includes the rope, tensioner to tighten and secure the lifeline, two O-rings for easy connection and smooth movement along the rope, two double-locking carabiners, two 6-foot cross arm straps and a convenient carrying and storage bag.

The capacity of the Guardian HTL HLL is 130-310 pounds, per worker. This product meets OSHA 1926 Subpart M and OSHA 1910 requirements and is assembled in the U.S.A.

Pure Safety Group (PSG) www.puresafetygroup.com

Share on Socials!

Related Articles

Related Articles

Camfil APC introduces the Gold ConeTM X-Flo (GCX) Filter Cartridge

Camfil APC introduces the Gold ConeTM X-Flo (GCX) Filter Cartridge for high-efficiency industrial dust collection. Building on the proven performance of HemiPleat® Gold ConeTM technology, GCX ...
Read More

Ironclad Command™ Impact Cut 5 (IEX-MIGR5)

The Command™ Impact Cut 5 glove is a three in one solution that combines the best features of an Impact glove, Cut Resistance knit glove, and mechanic ...
Read More

CHEMTREC Introduces Safety Data Sheet Authorizing Service

CHEMTREC, the leading provider of emergency response information for hazardous materials incidents, proudly introduces its new comprehensive Safety Data Sheet (SDS) Authoring service. As a business ...
Read More

Follow WMHS!

Workplace

Construction
Ind Hygiene

 

Scroll To Top