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R2300 Web Self Retracting Lifeline

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Werner AutoCoil 2 self retracting lifelines provide safe, reliable protection for workers while also allowing for more freedom of movement around the jobsite. The lifeline extends and retracts automatically during typical use, but a brake activates in the event of a fall, stopping the worker in a short distance while limiting fall arrest forces. Designed to enhance safety performance and productivity, AutoCoil 2 features impact resistant Thermoplastic (Cable models) and Aluminum (Web models) housings to protect the working components in a compact, lightweight package. All units include a swivel top for anchorage connection and an impact indicator through the snap hook or web stitch. AutoCoil 2 models features recessed labels and ID Tags to ensure critical information remains with the unit for inspection.


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    Model No.Housing MaterialLifeline ConnectorCertifications / CodeBuy Online
    R230007AluminumSnap Hook
    R230011AluminumSnap Hook
    R230018ThermoPlasticSwivel SnapANSI z359.14, Class A; OSHA Standards
    R230050ThermoPlasticSwivel SnapANSI z359.14, Class B; OSHA Standards

    What is the weight limit for this product

    Asked by: Al
    The max weight limit for the R230011 is 310lbs.
    Answered by: Werner Customer Care
    Date published: 2016-04-03

    SRL's in Aerial Work Platforms

    Can this SRL or any Werner Webbed Material SRL be used in a scissor lift or aerial boom lift? If not, does Werner make a specific SRL that can be used in these aerial work platforms and if so which models are permitted? Thanks, Jay
    Asked by: JAY
    Werner Co. Self Retracting Lanyards, including the R230007 and R230011, are permitted to be used in aerial lifts and scissor lifts that do not expose the worker to free falls more than 2 feet. In addition, the aerial lift or scissor lift must be designed to withstand the vertical and lateral loads caused by an arrested fall.
    Answered by: Werner Customer Care
    Date published: 2016-06-06


    Asked by: WATTS
    The Maximum Arrest Distance for this SRL is 54 inches or less. The Maximum Arrest Force on this SRL is 1800 pounds or less.
    Answered by: Werner Customer Care
    Date published: 2013-10-22

    How do you connect your SRL in an Aerial Lift

    We have seen several ways to connect an SRL to a full body harness and there are some controversies. Where should the body of the SRL be connected? It can't be connected overhead as they are in a mobile lift. We have seen people connect them to their D-ring and the connect the other end to the anchor point in the lift. We have also seen in in the opposite way with the body of the SRL connected below at the anchor point of the lift. Which is the correct way to use your SRL in a lift?
    Asked by: Anonymous
    Please contact Customer Care at 888-523-3370 Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM EST.
    Answered by: Werner Customer Care
    Date published: 2017-04-21

    Why is your sub pelvic strap so long and loose?

    Asked by: mike
    The Werner sub-pelvic strap is designed to support a user in the event of a fall, allowing them to get into a sitting position. By manipulating the harness after a fall, this will help eliminate pain, pressure points, and improve the ability to assist in a rescue.
    Answered by: Werner Customer Care
    Date published: 2015-12-28

    Can th R230007 MK2 be used in a scissor lift when the acchor point is below the D ring?

    Asked by: Russell Carpenter
    Please contact Customer Care at 888-523-3370 Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM EST. We can send you the manual for the R230007.
    Answered by: Werner Customer Care
    Date published: 2017-05-23

    How much does the R230011 weigh?

    Asked by: Laurie
    The R230011 Web SRL unit weighs 6 pounds.
    Answered by: Werner Customer Care
    Date published: 2015-12-28

    Is It approved for verticle and horzontal use and or does it have to be overhead?

    Asked by: Skippy
    The R230011 is to be used overhead.
    Answered by: Werner Customer Care
    Date published: 2015-12-28
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    Different types of ladders are designed to keep you safe and productive when climbing or standing. Using the wrong style of ladder or simply ignoring the limitations of climbing equipment can result in a fall or serious injury.
    Height is referring to the actual ladder height. Extension ladders should be 7 to 10 feet longer than the highest support or contact point, which may be the wall or roof line. The highest standing level is four rungs down from the top. The highest permitted standing level on a stepladder is two steps down from the top.

    Reach height is the maximum reach assuming a 5’6” person with a vertical 12” reach.
    Ladders are designed to safely hold up to a specific amount of weight. The Werner Performance System defines five different capacities using a color and star rating system. The Duty Rating is defined as the maximum safe load capacity of the ladder. A person’s fully clothed weight plus the weight of any tools and materials that are carried onto the ladder must be less than the load capacity.

    Werner offers ladder made from fiberglass and aluminum. Each material has characteristics which make it best for certain applications, or one material may simply fit the personal preferences of the user. For example, if working around electricity users should select fiberglass products due to their non-conductive side rails.