Talon

Red Wing, Minn.—DBI-SALA, a Capital Safety brand, introduces the new 100% Tie-Off Talon™ self retracting lifeline, another industry first by DBI-SALA.

This revolutionary fall protection device offers a unique solution for providing 100% fall protection to workers required to move about and reposition during work activities. Recognizing that today’s workers need mobility and continuous fall protection, DBI-SALA has developed a unique SRL that features two independent lines, allowing one line to be connected to an anchorage at all times. Used much like a 100% tie-off fall protection lanyard, this inertia activated self retracting device allows the lines to extend and retract as needed while limiting the fall distances and reducing the maximum arresting forces. With the light weight housing mounted to the back of a full body harness, this SRL is convenient to use and, most importantly, keeps workers protected 100% of the time.

Available with standard or large throat opening hooks for attachment to various anchorage points, the DBI-SALA SRL is well suited for a variety of applications, including scaffold work, tower climbing, inspection activities and general maintenance. The 100% Tie-Off Talon™ comes complete with a DBI-SALA Delta™ Comfort pad and two hook-keepers for added comfort and ease of operation.

Capital Safety, the world’s leading designer and manufacturer of height safety and fall protection equipment with 9 operating sites worldwide, is home of the DBI-SALA, PROTECTA, SINCO and UCL brands. All of Capital Safety’s fall protection and rescue systems are backed by the best training, technical assistance and customer service in the industry. For more information, contact Capital Safety at 800-328-6146, 651-388-8282 or visit them on the web at www.capitalsafety.com.

Hide comments

Comments

  • Allowed HTML tags: <em> <strong> <blockquote> <br> <p>

Plain text

  • No HTML tags allowed.
  • Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.
  • Lines and paragraphs break automatically.
Publish