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  • Michael DouglasFlexible Fall Protection?

    Any person working at heights on structures like towers or scaffolding know how important it is to be able to anchor to the structure itself.

    “The search for a connector that can be tied off in multiple directions is over,” said Nate Safe, product designer at 3M Personal Safety Division. “Many of the hooks on the market can be a nuisance to open where the operator’s hand is placed right in the opening creating a pain point. The Comfort Grip Connector opens and closes easily and comes with a hand guard so knuckles are protected while making a connection.”

    Designed and certified to arrest a fall when loaded in multiple orientations, the Comfort Grip Connector helps provide a 5,000-pound tensile strength as well as up to 3,600 pounds in transverse and gate strengths. When connected to a vertical or transverse application, such as a pipe, the hand-guard pin shears in the event of a fall to allow the connector to align with the direction of the fall and remain securely anchored.

    The 3M DBI-Sala Comfort Grip Connector is available on some of 3M Fall Protection’s most popular products, including:

    • 3M DBI-SALA EZ-STOP Lanyard
    • 3M DBI-SALA Shockwave2 Lanyard
    • 3M DBI-SALA Nano-Lok Personal SRL
    • 3M DBI-SALA Nano-Lok Edge Personal SRL

    The 3M DBI-SALA Comfort Grip Connector is now available!

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    fall protection working at heights

    Michael Douglas | Market Segment Manager: Confined Space, Working at Heights & Respiratory Protection
    Levitt-Safety Limited Oakville


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