Abst:Energy Shock Absorbers Lanyards are a vital component of safety equipment. If a fall happens, these lanyards can minimize the force applied to a perso
Energy Shock Absorbers Lanyards are a vital component of safety equipment.
If a fall happens, these lanyards can minimize the force applied to a person's body. The lanyard's design limits the amount of force that can be applied to the user's body in a fall. The lanyard's webbing is folded and shaped to limit the impact force in a fall. It features a clear protective cover that prevents damage to the webbing and provides easy inspection.
An Energy Shock Absorbers Lanyard is made of a special material that reduces the amount of force needed to deploy the lanyard. A shock absorbing lanyard will activate when the fall forces are 500 pounds or more. Ideally, the two strands of the woven cord must be at least three feet apart to prevent double deployment force. The woven inner core of an Energy Shock-Absorbing Linyard expands during a fall, which reduces the arrest force.
There are two types of Energy Shock-Absorbers Lanyards: the Type 1 Shock-Absorbers Lanyard and the Type 2 Shock-Absorbing LANyard. The first type is made of polyester, and the latter is made of cable. Both of them contain a deceleration device. The shock-absorbing lanyard is usually made of thicker material, while the Type 2 requires a much higher force.
An Energy Shock-Absorbers Lanyard can help prevent workplace injuries caused by an electrocution. This type of lanyard can be used in various applications. Its material is usually made of webbing, and is designed to reduce impact forces. It often comes with two legs that can be attached to a structure. In case of electrical shocks, the Shock-Absorbing Lanyard will absorb the force and minimize any damage to the worker's body.
Another type of energy-absorbing lanyard is the double leg polyester webbing with energy-absorbing components. This type of lanyard is used in fall arrest. It is not necessary to purchase a separate energy absorber pack for it. Its double-leg design also makes it lighter and easier to wear. However, a V-style safety lanyard is a great option when a fall is likely.
There are two main types of Energy Shock Absorbers Lanyard. Type 1 shock absorber lanyards typically need a 500-pound force to engage. The Type 2 shock absorber requires a 1000-pound force to activate. It can also be worn in the V-style style and is made of woven material. Its unique shape also makes it easy to identify the type of energy-absorbing lanyard that you need.
The primary advantage of an Energy Shock Absorber Lanyard is its simplicity.
This type of fall arrest device is often made of cable or webbing. Its maximum length is six feet. Depending on the type, it can have internal or external shock-absorbing functionality. It has a wide range of applications and is very cost-effective compared to other fall prevention products. This is important for workplaces where workers must work in hazardous areas.
Webbing Energy Absorber Lanyard HT-512
INTENDED USE: Webbing Energy Absorber Lanyard HT-512 is a double lanyard with an integrated compact energy absorber designed for continuous protection when passing intermediate anchors.
ABSORBS ENERGY: The energy absorber webbing tears to limit the impact force on the user. Works with users who weigh between 50 and 140 kg.
DURABLE AND SAFE: The durable zippered fabric pouch protects the energy absorber from abrasion or contaminants and reduces the risk of cuts and potential severing over edges.
SAFE: The HT-512 comes with a captive steel carabiner with TRIACT-LOCK auto-locking system and two MGO large-opening connectors (certified to U.S. and European standards).
LENGTH: The maximum authorized lengths, with connectors, are 150 cm and 200 cm.