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R3100 Max Patrol Self Retracting Lifeline

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The Max Patrol self-retracting lifeline allows more freedom of movement on the job without lock-up that can inhibit range of motion. Lightweight and compact with 10 ft of web working length, this next generation SRL offers the highest standard in safety and ergonomics. Heavy duty and lightweight at 2.5 lbs, Max Patrol is one of the most compact SRLs on the market while exceeding the required safety rating by providing protection for workers up to 400 lbs. Max Patrol includes WebAlert™, brightly colored internal webbing designed to show when the product is damaged and needs to be taken out of service. This extra level of inspectability is critical for professionals who rely on high-quality products. The high visibility webbing ensures lifeline wear and damage is clearly visible.

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    Model No.Buy Online
    R310020
    R310030
    R310050


    How can you have a 50' SRL that weighs 2.5lbs?

    Are you using it on Pluto? 50' of 3/16" Wire Rope is +/- 3.5lbs alone. Your model R310050. Description says webbing yet product name and specs say cable???
    Asked by: Just Curious
    We apologize for the information you found. This unit weighs 18lbs.
    Answered by: Werner Customer Care
    Date published: 2016-04-14

    rust pervention

    Is there a chemical substance that the manufacture allows to be sprayed on the retracting wire rope section to keep that area from rusting.
    Asked by: adan
    No
    Answered by: Werner Customer Care
    Date published: 2016-08-26

    Can the R310050 come with a metal/steel housing?

    I need to know if this product can be made or created with a metal/steel housing instead of the thermoplastic.
    Asked by: Tonya Mc
    We cannot create this part with your specifications.
    Answered by: Werner Customer Care
    Date published: 2016-06-30
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