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Guardian Fall 10927 HALO Cable SRL-LE | Free Shipping and No Sales Tax

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Original price $1,011.64
Original price $1,011.64 - Original price $1,011.64
Original price $1,011.64
Current price $879.97
$879.97 - $879.97
Current price $879.97

Guardian Fall 10927 HALO Cable SRL-LE  $879.97 NO Sales or Local Tax Anywhere and Free Shipping The original SRL-LE from Guardian. A longstanding and trusted leader in the world of Leading Edge applications, the Halo SRL-LE is recognized throughout the industry for its superior performance. It has evolved over the years to incorporate the features workers want the most, and is the go-to SRL-LE for customers across the nation.

SKU: 10927

FEATURES

  • Carabiner included
  • Swivel top connection point helps reduce lifeline snagging or tangling
  • Rubber boot protects housing and labels from damage from impacts or scraping
  • Integral rubber lifeline stopper doubles as a convenient hand grip
  • Multiple hook options available
  • Stainless steel lifeline available

A LE application is one where the lifeline of the lifeline could potentially come into contact with the edge of the fall hazard, cutting or severely damaging it. OSHA defines a "Leading Edge" as a walking/working surface (horizontal and vertical surface) with an unprotected side or edge which is 6 feet (1.8 m) or more above a lower level. However, the industry has also adopted the term "Leading Edge" for products, in reference to what's actually considered "Sharp Edges". This is derived from the ANSI standard referencing an edge with a radius of no more than .005". At an edge this sharp, and/or an application where the tie-off anchor is at foot level, non-LE lifelines are susceptible to being cut or severely damaged in the occurrence of a fall - particularly one with potential for swing.

A LE application is one where the lifeline of the lifeline could potentially come into contact with the edge of the fall hazard, cutting or severely damaging it. OSHA defines a "Leading Edge" as a walking/working surface (horizontal and vertical surface) with an unprotected side or edge which is 6 feet (1.8 m) or more above a lower level. However, the industry has also adopted the term "Leading Edge" for products, in reference to what's actually considered "Sharp Edges". This is derived from the ANSI standard referencing an edge with a radius of no more than .005". At an edge this sharp, and/or an application where the tie-off anchor is at foot level, non-LE lifelines are susceptible to being cut or severely damaged in the occurrence of a fall - particularly one with potential for swing.

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