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Petzl releases personal lifeline system

The ASAP Personal Lifeline System is Petzl’s solution for protecting workers from at-height falls with the ASAP mobile fall arrester. An easy-to-use and effective PPE, the ASAP moves freely along the rope without manual intervention. In the case of a fall or sudden acceleration, the device locks onto the rope and stops the worker. One advantage of the ASAP is that the locking mechanism won’t be affected if the user grabs the rope above the device, or the device itself.

The personal fall arrest system contains an ASAP mobile fall arrester, an ASAP’SORBER shock absorber, OXAN or BM’D connectors and the RAY 11mm static rope with a sewn termination. It comes in a pre-assembled kit for a system that is ready to use and that limits the risk of assembly error, and is available in 5 lengths: 25, 50, 75, 100, and 200ft.


For over 40 years, Petzl has developed innovative tools and techniques used by those who work and play in the vertical world. Today, Petzl is a world leader in arbor, work-at-height and rescue equipment and techniques. A family-owned business, Petzl is committed not only to quality and innovation, but also to giving back to the communities that have made it so successful. For more information, visit

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