PIRANHA adjustable lanyard safety hook connector is a compact device designed for work positioning and work restraint applications. on masts, towers, pylons or other lattice structures in the telecoms, power and entertainment industries.
- Work positioning when connected to harness side D’s or rear ventral attachment point when level or below the anchor point
- Work restraint when connected to a correctly positioned anchor
NB: Users should always maintain grip of the structure for support when adjusting for work positioning. When used for positioning an additional fall protection system should be used.
- Can be operated with one hand
- Efficient cam auto-locks when loaded to prevent any unwanted movement
- Smooth gradual action enables fine control when paying out or taking in
- Precise adjustments can be made even when wearing gloves
- Has a visible high load indicator safety feature, to indicate if it’s been misused
- Rope sleeve protects against abrasion, sharp edges and contamination
- Replacement ropes can be purchased and replaced by the user
- Individual ID number
- Lengths available: 2m, 3m, 5m
Meets the requirements of EN795 type B.
IN ADDITION: If access is required over a large area, the adjustable PIRANHA lanyard can applied as an opposing pair or can be attached to the LASER Temporary Horizontal Anchor Line, temporary allowing independent adjustment of the user’s position in a number directions.
Use of screwlinks (certain models) helps eliminate risk of side or cross loads, and can be a semi-permanent attachment if required.
NB: This product does not include connectors. For PIRANHA’s with connectors see below:
- PIRANHA adjustable lanyard – no connectors
- PIRANHA adjustable lanyard – scaff hook, tri-act
- PIRANHA adjustable lanyard – safety hook, tri-act
- PIRANHA adjustable lanyard – twistlock, tri-act
- PIRANHA adjustable lanyard – ANSI steel tri-act
- PIRANHA adjustable lanyard replacement rope – safety hook
- PIRANHA adjustable lanyard replacement rope – twistlock
Commodity Code: 6307909899
Country of Origin: UK