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November 9, 2016 - Products

WernerCo

WernerCo's collection of self-retracting lifelines (SRLs) offer better fall protection than a traditional lanyard, reducing fall distance by up to 5.5 ft. The company offers four varieties of its SRLs: Bantam6, Baseline, Max Patrol, and AutoCoil2.

The new Bantam6 compact SRLs extend and retract automatically and its brake mechanism activates immediately in the event of a fall. Weighing in at under 2.5 lbs., the compact SRL is easy to transport to and from the jobsite and is available with a steel or aluminum hook. The Bantam6 features a 310-lb. rated capacity and 1" Dyneema webbing and meets Class A safety standards from the American National Standards Institute (ANSI).

Baseline SRLs are the affordable option, offering the same safety features as WernerCo's other SRLs. It meets ANSI Class B safety standard performance testing and is also compact and lightweight.

Max Power maximizes the user's freedom of movement with an improved line-lock performance and a 400-lb. rated capacity. Featuring WebAlert webbing, Max Power SRLs are easy to inspect. The durable housing is impact-resistant and protects internal mechanisms from damage in the event of a fall or drop.

AutoCoil2 SRLs offer the broadest range of web and cable options. These lifelines also offer freedom of movement and a web impact indicator, as well as a robust internal braking mechanism for increased safety. 

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