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Fall Arrest Lanyards-Safety Lanyards-Fall Protection

Material:Polyester webbing+Alloy steel or Alloy Aluminum
Safety Factor:N/M
Length:As requested
Standard: EN 362,EN 354,EN 355
Characteristic:CE certified rope,hardware and energy absorber
Package:Poly bag+cartons, or as requested

Fall Arrest Lanyards-Safety Lanyards-Fall Protection Rope

Hangzhou Wristrong Industry Co.,Ltd started to produce Full body safety harness and its accessories
for 6 years ago, when our partner in Taiwan joined us to develop the high quality safety harness for
Taiwan and international market. All of our safety harnesses are produced 100% according to Europe
EN361:358 2002 and Taiwan CNS, 
as well as EN 354 Safety Lanyard, EN 355 Energy Absorber, EN 362
All of our webbing belts for safety harness are produced and quality checked by ours-
elves in house; most of hardware are supplied from our
 Taiwan partner, which gurrantee the quality
and stablity.

Different fall arrest lanyards/safety harness lanyard available from Wristrong Industry as bellow:
Single hook models:
fall arrest lanyard

Double Hooks models:
safety lanyard double hooks

Virous different CE certificed fall arrest lanyard hooks avaibale:
fall arrest lanyards

Wristrong safety lanyard

There are two materials for the fall arrest lanyards in our production. Webbing lanyards and Rope Lanyard.

The webbing lanyard is suitable for standard fall arrest applications. The webbing lanyard is lightweight, easy to use and does not retain dirt or grime, making it perfect for every day use.

The rope lanyard is suitable for working around slightly abrasive surfaces. The rope lanyard is robust and great in he-
avier duty applications. In some of our models, we also provide double ropes with hooks for double-safety protection.

Double webbing lanyards are generally used to access different areas of a building or tower without being disconnec-
ted, and are the perfect way to be connected to an anchorage point at all times.

Wristrong Industry carry nearly full ranges of fall arrest lanyards to EN 354. Both rope types and belt types,fixed
lengh and adjustable lengh,single or double hooked,with or without energy absorber, alloy steel metals or alloy
alumium metal parts are available for your choices.


Inspection and Maintenance on Fall arrest safey lanyards
To maintain their service life and high performance, all belts and harnesses should be inspected frequently. Visual inspection before each use should become routine, and also a routine inspection by a competent person. If any of the conditions listed below are found the equipment should be replaced before being used.
Fall Arrest Safey Lanyard Inspection
When inspecting lanyards, begin at one end and work to the opposite end. Slowly rotate the lanyard so that the entire circumference is checked. Spliced ends require particular attention. Hardware should be examined under procedures detailed below.
Snaps: Inspect closely for hook and eye distortion, cracks, corrosion, or pitted surfaces. The keeper or latch should seat into the nose without binding and should not be distorted or obstructed. The keeper spring should exert sufficient force to firmly close the keeper. Keeper rocks must provide the keeper from opening when the keeper closes.
Thimbles: The thimble (protective plastic sleeve) must be firmly seated in the eye of the splice, and the splice should have no loose or cut strands. The edges of the thimble should be free of sharp edges, distortion, or cracks.
Steel Lanyards: While rotating a steel lanyard, watch for cuts, frayed areas, or unusual wear patterns on the wire. The use of steel lanyards for fall protection without a shock-absorbing device is not recommended.
Web Lanyard: While bending webbing over a piece of pipe, observe each side of the webbed lanyard. This will reveal any cuts or breaks. Due to the limited elasticity of the web lanyard, fall protection without the use of a shock absorber is not recommended.
Rope Lanyard: Rotation of the rope lanyard while inspecting from end to end will bring to light any fuzzy, worn, broken or cut fibers. Weakened areas from extreme loads will appear as a noticeable change in original diameter. The rope diameter should be uniform throughout, following a short break-in period. When a rope lanyard is used for fall protection, a shock-absorbing system should be included.
Shock-Absorbing Packs
The outer portion of the shock-absorbing pack should be examined for burn holes and tears. Stitching on areas where the pack is sewn to the D-ring, belt or lanyard should be examined for loose strands, rips and deterioration.
Visual Indication of Damage to
Webbing and Rope Lanyards
In excessive heat, nylon becomes brittle and has a shriveled brownish appearance. Fibers will break when flexed and should not be used above 180 degrees Fahrenheit.
Change in color usually appears as a brownish smear or smudge. Transverse cracks appear when belt is bent over tight. This causes a loss of elasticity in the belt.
Ultraviolet Rays
Do not store webbing and rope lanyards in direct sunlight, because ultraviolet rays can reduce the strength of some material.
Molten Metal or Flame
Webbing and rope strands may be fused together by molten metal or flame. Watch for hard, shiny spots or a hard and brittle feel. Webbing will not support combustion, nylon will.
Paint and Solvents
Paint will penetrate and dry, restricting movements of fibers. Drying agents and solvents in some paints will appear as chemical damage.
Cleaning of Equipment
Basic care for fall protection safety equipment will prolong and endure the life of the equipment and contribute toward the performance of its vital safety function. Proper storage and maintenance after use is as important as cleaning the equipment of dirt, corrosives or contaminants. The storage area should be clean, dry and free of exposure to fumes or corrosive elements.
Nylon and Polyester
Wipe off all surface dirt with a sponge dampened in plain water. Squeeze the sponge dry. Dip the sponge in a mild solution of water and commercial soap or detergent. Work up a thick lather with a vigorous back and forth motion. Then wipe the belt dry with a clean cloth. Hang freely to dry but away from excessive heat.
Harness, belts and other equipment should be dried thoroughly without exposure to heat, steam or long periods of sunlight.
The information contained within this document was obtained partially from The St. Paul-Tie or Die Fall Protection Program manual.