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Retractable Lifelines

Provide convenient and effective fall safety protection

Retractable Lifelines serve as alternative connecting devices to standard shock-absorbing lanyards. They require not more than 2 feet to arrest potential falls, which translates to reduced activation distances as well as shorter overall arresting distances. As such, self-retracting lifelines further lessen the possibility of hitting the ground or obstructions beneath the wearer. They also allow for easier rescue if a fall should occur. Choose the best option for your needs from Seton.

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  1. DBI-SALA® Talon® Twin Leg Self-Retracting Lifeline

    Lifeline system for added fall safety
    $528.87

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  2. Miller® MightEvac® Self-Retracting Lifelines

    Self-retracting lifelines with fast-acting mechanism, perfect for evacuations
    Starting at $3,067.71

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  3. DBI-SALA® Ultra-Lok™ Self-Retracting Cable Lifeline with RSQ™ Mode 3504550E

    Rugged lifeline system with shock absorbing features
    $1,693.45

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  4. DBI-SALA® Ultra-Lok® Self-Retracting Cable Lifeline

    Rugged lifeline system with shock absorbing features
    Starting at $758.03

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  5. $4,181.52

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  6. Workman® Web Personal Fall Limiters

    Ensure complete fall safety with Web Personal Fall Limiters
    $149.00

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  7. Workman® Web Personal Fall Limiters with Carabiner

    Protect workers from potentially fatal falls with Web Personal Fall Limiters with carabiner
    $175.00

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Standard shock absorbing lanyards typically allow up to 6 feet of free-fall distance before they are activated. They also usually require 3-1/2 ft. of deceleration distance before stopping a fall. Retractable lifelines offer a distinct advantage over them in this regard. According to regulations, lifelines should have a minimum breaking strength of at least 5,000 lbs. They come with a maximum weight capacity of 310 lbs., and should also resist cutting or abrasions. All lifelines are should be clearly marked identifying the manufacturer's identification, the part number, and year of the manufacture.

Comply with regulations and provide workers with the best Retractable Lifelines available. Select the options best suited for your needs from Seton.