Available in 60- and 100-foot lengths
MSA Safety has launched a new temporary horizontal lifeline which can help save time on the jobsite through its new features. MSA says that the lifeline allows for a faster installation.
The system’s integrated locking and tensioning mechanism eliminates the need for nuts, bolts and wrenches. “Our new Temporary Horizontal Lifeline was designed to address how long it took workers to install a traditional lifeline system by making this easier to use, but without sacrificing the level of safety for workers at height,” said Gustavo Lopez, MSA Safety’s General Manager of Industrial Products & Vice President of Connected Services.
The lifeline has locking and tensioning mechanisms on the same side, so workers no longer need to travel back and forth during set up. The new device also incorporates clear visual indicators to show when the system is properly installed.
MSA’s patented bypass shuttles allow two users to maintain 100 percent tie-off while passing one another on the same line. It is available in 60- and 100-foot lengths.