What is a horizontal lifeline system?
A horizontal lifeline system is made up of a cable or rail that spans a potential fall hazard, usually attached to the structure at set intervals. The worker then attaches themselves to the cable with a harness and lanyard. Horizontal lifeline systems are an extremely versatile means of providing protection when working at heights, and can even curve around corners! They can be attached at foot level when working on a top-level surface like a roof, or can be attached overhead when working in places like airline hangars and bus depots.
Horizontal Lifeline Systems
DBI-Sala® EZ-Line™ Retractable System
- 18.3 m (60 ft.)
- Galvanized steel cable
- Built-in winch
- Durable construction
DBI-Sala® Sayfline™ Synthetic System
- Available in ten-foot length options between 6.1 m (20 ft.) and 30.4 m (100 ft.)
- Two 1.8 m tie-off adapters
Miller SkyGrip™ Temporary Horizontal System
- Available for steel and concrete applications
- Stainless steel energy absorber minimizes fall clearance
Custom Horizontal Lifeline Systems
Levitt-Safety works with leading manufacturers like 3M (including DBI-Sala and Capital Safety), Honeywell (including Miller) and MSA to create custom temporary and permanent horizontal lifeline systems.
We design, engineer and install full turnkey solutions and will work with your team to create a product that results in a safer workplace and minimizes fall hazard concerns.
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