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3M™ DBI-SALA® Self Rescue Descender Kit SRD2-25, 1 EA/Case

  • 3M Product Number SRD2-25
  • 3M ID 70008280482

Provides emergency self-rescue from an elevated work platform

Deployment box with descender and lifeline

Easy fail safe operation

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  • Provides emergency self-rescue from an elevated work platform
  • Deployment box with descender and lifeline
  • Easy fail safe operation
  • Friction controlled descent
  • Rated for 2 person use
  • Available in a variety of system lengths with application specific hardware
  • Durable construction for maximum durability

25m system, SRD2 series, includes descender, kernmantle rope, hammerlok with snap hook, U bolt, storage/deployment box, tracer wire with R-clip, spacer and certification tag.

The Rollgliss™ R550 offers the choice of controlled descent rescue, evacuation or the versatility of assisted rescue with lifting capabilities. This state-of-the-art, fully automatic controlled descent device can be used for rescue and evacuation from heights up to 500m for one user 141kg or 175m for two users totalling 282kg. It features 9.5mm super static kernmantle rope, and is configured with connecting hardware at each end of the lifeline to operate in both directions. During assisted-rescue scenarios, a fallen worker can be attached to the R550 device (Rescue Model), raised to a point that allows their fall arrest device to be removed, then lowered to the ground safely. Remember, during an emergency every second counts! You can count-on and trust the DBI-SALA® Rollgliss™ systems, in use all over the world; Wind Turbine Construction & Maintenance, Utility Pole/Tower Construction & Maintenance, Fire & Emergency Rescue Services, Commercial Construction Sites, Industry and MRO Facilities, Government & Military Operations and more!

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