YATES ANSI FR Lanyard w/ PETZL ASAP Lock® is easiest back-up system
on the marked to use for vertical life line applications. Complaint with
the new ANSI Z359.15-2014 Standard. This self-trailing function is
important for transmission tower work climbing techniques especially
while down climbing a tower. Yates has manufactured a 40 cm lanyard
specifically designed for the PETZL ASAP Lock® that meets the new ANSI
Z359.15-2014 Standard. The YATES Lanyard was specifically designed for
the Petzl ASAP Lock and to be compliant with Arc Flash requirements of
ASTM F887. User Weight limits per ANSI
This new ANSI Complaint YATES Lanyard for PETZL ASAP Lock® is constructed from 1" Kevlar webbing. The Shock Pack on the lanyard is designed to limit a FF2 fall(46") to an average activation force of under 900 lbf. PBI®/NOMEX® Covering over shock pack keeps shock absorbing tear tape from exposure to excessive heat in Arc Flash situations. YATES Lanyard for PETZL ASAP also meets the requirements of a lanyard designed to be used on Welding, Grinding and Cutting operations at height.
YATES Lanyard and PETZL ASAP Lock® combination is specifically designed to be compatible with Blue Water 12mm ArmorTech® rope with a Teflon® Coating. The new Teflon® Coating not only makes the rope less absorbent of water, it also allows the rope to resist attachment of dirt and dust making is less conductive. The New 12mm Armortech Dry Rope is certified under the ANSI Z359.15-2014 standard be under 10% stretch at 1,800 lbf. The rope is marked ANSI Z359.15-2014 complaint
Certified by UL to be complaint with the new ANSI Z359.15-2014 Standard for Vertical Lifelines and OSHA requirements in North America.
YATES ASAP Lanyard can be ordered separately with out ASAP Lock. SKU: ASAPLANYARD. Price $207.00
SPECIAL NOTE ON STERNAL ATTACHMENT OF ASAP FOR FALL ARREST.
ANSI Z359.11-2014 Sternal Attachment
The sternal attachment may be located as shown in Figure 4, and used as an alternative fall arrest attachment in applications where the dorsal attachment is determined to be inappropriate by a competent person and where there is no chance to fall in a direction other than feet first.
E3.2.2 See Figure 2(a) & 4. The sternal attachment element should be used only when the likely fall distance is not greater than 2 ft.
18.104.22.168 When loaded at the sternal attachment to arrest a fall, the design of the FBH (full body harness) shall direct load through the shoulder straps supporting the user and around the thighs.