A great, cost effective alternative to using traditional two-legged shock absorbing lanyards, this Twin Turbo Fall Protection System from Miller decreases the stopping distance for a fall. It also features enhanced mobility, swivelling in multiple directions when needed. Easy to set up and disassemble. Crew members are assured safety and protection with 100% tie off by mounting two Miller SRLs with a unique, patent-pending D-ring connector. Great for use in multiple industries.
2 Miller SRLs with a unique, patent-pending D-ring connector
2 TurboLite personal fall limiters (although it's applicable for most Miller TurboLite PFL models)
2 aluminum locking rebar hooks on the end of the SRLs
- Cost-effective alternative to double-legged shock-absorbing lanyards.
- Patent-pending connector device for D-rings.
- More effective than double-legged shock absorbers.
- Swivel allows more movement that traditional units.
- Lightweight and portable.
- Aluminum locking rebar hooks.
- Enables 100 percent tie off.
- Easy set up and installment for increased productivity.
- System absorbs shock in the event of a fall.
- Meets OSHA, ANSI A10.32-2012, ANSI Z359.14-2012 Class A and B, and CSA standards.
- Product Weight: 5.6 lbs
- Shipping Weight: 6.0 lbs.
- Brand: Miller
- Lifeline Material: Polyester Webbing
- Weight Capacity: 400 lbs
- Manufacturer SKU: MIL01-MFLB-12-Z7/6FT
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