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Guardian GR6 Dual Leg Tie-Back Web SRL - 6 ft.

Guardian GR6 Dual Leg Tie-Back Web SRL - 6 ft.

Part Number: 32016
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The Guardian GR6 Dual Leg Tie-Back Web Self-Retracting Lifeline includes two lightweight SRLs with 6 ft. of HMPE webbing that can be tied back to itself to create an anchor and fall limiter in one. And with dual legs, workers can stay "tied-off" while moving between attachment points.
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* The beauty of this "tie-back" SRL is that it can be connected directly to the structure, eliminating the need for a separate anchor point.

* This Self-Retracting Lifeline includes two GR6 Tie-Back units, allowing workers to stay tied-off while moving between anchors.

* This GR6 SRL is lightweight and clocks in at a mere 1.9 lbs per SRL.

* Internal components of this SRL stay protected from dirt and contaminants by a sealed housing.

* The Housing of this retractable lifeline is UV-stabilized, high-strength polycarbonate/ABS, and surrounds the steel load-bearing chassis.

* The 6 feet of HMPE webbing of the GR6 retractable is lightweight and abrasion-resistant for a longer work-life, especially in solar applications.

* The 360-degree swiveling connection point keeps workers untangled and includes a fall indicator for easier inspection.

* Guardian assembles this SRL in the USA, and it includes a carabiner.

**  Do not tie-back onto the retractable section. When used in a non-tie back format, the lifeline must always be in tension.

** Meets or exceeds all applicable OSHA Standards for fall protection retractable lifelines.

SpecificationsTechnical Specs
Part Number: 32016
Manufacturer:Guardian
Boot Cover:No
Carabiner:Yes
Condition:New
Lanyard Hooks:Snap Hook
Lanyard Legs:Single Leg
Length:6 ft.
Lifeline Material:Polyester Webbing
Maximum Work Load:420 lbs. Overhead
OSHA Standards: 1910 1926 Subpart M
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