Anchor Carabiner 17D-1 Standard

SKU: 17D-1/
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$ 1,295.60
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Series

Rig Lizard®

The Rig Lizard Series
Specifically designed to provide maximum grip in difficult situations, with several options for dry, oil or mud work.

The ideal solution for oil, gas and mining hazards.

As an auxiliary part of your fall protection system, we have anchor connectors or carabiners with double safety closures, Swivel and Hook.

This 17D-1 carabiner has a 1” door opening and is plated to resist rust and corrosion. in addition to being approved by ANSI and withstanding its gate a minimum of 5000 Lbs of force

Materials

  • Carabiners: Zinc dichromate plated forged alloy steel

Technical specifications

  • Test tested: 3,600 lbs (16 kN)
  • Minimum tensile strength: 5,000 lbs (22.2kN)
  • Maximum working load: 400 lbs (181 kg)
  • Weight: 8.0 oz (227 g)

Certification

Meets or exceeds OSHA 1926.502, ANSI Z359-2007
and CSA Z259.12 requirements.
* Meets ANSI Z359-2007 for connectors that meet 3600 lb door requirements.

Warning!

The carabiner must be closed and locked before use.
Inspect before each use. Improper use could result in serious injury or death .

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