Keeline Horizontal Lifeline System by Kee Safety

July 8, 2011
Provides fall protection whenever collective protection isn't an option.

This adaptable protection system is designed for construction, maintenance, and irregular tasks that would preclude the use of a collective fall system, such as safety railings.

It can support up to three users over each span of nearly 50 feet through continuous attachment.

KeeLine’s in-line absorbers at the beginning and end of the system eliminate the need for fall-over-style posts at every bracket position. A tension indicator at the start of the system connects 316 stainless steel wire to the absorbers to show when the system is correctly tensioned. The end of the system features a swage assembly.

For more information, visit www.keesafety.com.

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