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Horizontal Lifelines

Protect employees from hazards while allowing them ease of movement

Horizontal Lifelines are designed for simple straight line configurations. They are meant to secure users to various roof structures. The load distribution design allows it to absorb the force of energy resulting from a fall. This provides the wearer a secure connection while also protecting the building structure. Employees working on elevated surfaces require the proper protective equipment. Choose the best horizontal lifeline options for your needs from Seton today.

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  1. DBI Sala® EZ-Line™ Retractable Horizontal Lifeline System 7605060E

    The most user friendly and fastest horizontal lifeline system to install, remove and store
    $1,557.19

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  2. DBI-SALA® SecuraSpan™ I-Beam Horizontal Lifeline 7400430

    Lifeline systems for moving along beams
    $1,344.41

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  3. MSA Gravity® Dyna-Line® Temporary Horizontal Lifeline 10013152

    Exclusive bypass shuttles enables two workers to share a line and pass each other while maintaining 100% tie-off
    $718.27

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  4. DBI-SALA® Sayfline™ Cable Horizontal Lifeline System 7602070E

    Lifeline systems designed to efficiently limit fall arrest factors
    $1,322.15

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  5. DBI-SALA® Sayfline™ Synthetic Horizontal Lifeline System 7600507E

    Lifeline systems designed to efficiently limit fall arrest factors
    $836.26

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  6. Miller® SkyGrip® Horizontal Lifeline System

    Fall arrest system specially engineered for heavy-duty work zones
    Starting at $1,517.37

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  7. DBI-SALA® Synthetic Horizontal Lifeline System

    Lifeline system can support up to 2 workers
    Starting at $771.26

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Workplace safety is a critical factor in maintaining a well-run industrial facility. The selection, installation and use of the proper safety protection equipment are thus necessary to the effectiveness of preventing falls and other workplace hazards. To further reinforce this, government and regulatory agencies have set fall protection standards in place, which have corresponding penalties for noncompliance. ANSI standard Z359, for instance, addresses the safety features of fall protection devices developed and employed in the industry.

Make sure to provide your facility with the most appropriate horizontal lifelines and other fall protection systems. Choose the best options for your needs from Seton, the leader in workplace safety.