All SpanSet lanyards feature back up straps should the tear web be fully deployed, and all are certified to AS/NZS 1891.1 2007.
With heavy duty, alloy steel, corrosion resistant components, and high tenacity polyester webbing they offer outstanding safety and value to this range.
1 Tear web energy absorber
Limits the forces to under 6kN should a fall occur as per Australian/New Zealand standards.
2 Heavy duty alloy steel fittings
Robust and lightweight, offer genuine user acceptance and confidence with corrosion resistance, high quality feel, and smooth function.
3 Polyester webbing
High tenacity polyester webbing gives better value, strength and safety through longevity. Polyester is UV resistant and does not lose strength when it becomes wet. All this in a high visibility webbing that is soft and pliable to the touch.
4 Kernmantle Rescue standard rope
11mm kernmantle rope fully complies to AS 4142.3 with full length tracer tape and contrasting sheath over a white core. This allows an objective inspection criteria by highlighting the damaged sheath against the inner core and takes the guesswork and assumptions out of the inspection process..
5 High tensile contrasted stitching
The high tensile computerised sew pattern give repeatable uniformity compared to manual sew patterns. The contrasting colour makes inspection easier..
6 Stowage loops on all twin lanyards
The need for an operator to avoid connecting an unused leg of a twin lanyard is critical. To avoid this, each SpanSet twin leg lanyard has clearly marked stowage points for unused lanyard legs. They are also rated in case of misuse.