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875-12B Adjustable Dual Leg 6-12 ft. Free Fall Lanyard - 2 1/2" Steel Ladder Hook (Black)
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875-12B Adjustable Dual Leg 6-12 ft. Free Fall Lanyard - 2 1/2" Steel Ladder Hook (Black)


Twin lanyard legs are made from heavy-duty 1 inch, 9800 lbf. webbing, adjustable from 4.5-6 foot length. Available with steel 2.5 inch ladder hooks. This allows the worker to safely connect at foot level. Ideal for transmission tower and wind turbine workers. 

Yates Gear has developed "State-of-the-art" technology in shock absorbing tear tapes.

Past generation tear tapes all required a structural backup webbing following the tear tapes to accomplish the 22kN (5,000 lbf) ANSI required ultimate strength. YATES latest technology has incorporated Dyneema® fibers into the core of the tear tape webbing so that a backup webbing is no longer required. This results in a loss of bulk in the shock pack of approximately 50%.

The Standard 6 foot lanyards that Yates is now producing with this new Dyneema® fiber tear tape is quite unique. It passes both 6 ft Free Fall(Factor 1) and 12 Ft Free Fall(Factor 2) criteria. The 6/12 tear tapes start activation at 900 lbf. average activation, then half way threw the deployment distance it ramps up to 1,350 lbf for a maximum deployment distance of 60". We have replaced the steel D-Ring connector between the shock pack and lanyard legs with a forged 2" aluminum O ring. The new tear tape system will reduce total lanyard weight by slightly over one half of a pound.

• Maximum free fall distance allowed 6 and 12 feet. Full activation of lanyard extended absorber an additional 48 to 60 inches.
• New snap hooks located on shock absorber and legs meet 3600 lbf. (15kN) side load gate strength requirements of ANSI Z359.12-2009 standard.
• UL Certified to meet ANSI/ASSE Z359.12-2009 and ANSI/ASSE Z359.13-2013 standards

• Lanyards and all hardware except Steel Ladder Hooks(Gold Color) in black for stage rigging and entertainment industry


Length Extended 6 feet
Length Retracted 4.5 feet
Origin Made in the USA
Strength 5,000 lbf. (22kN)