Our SL Anchor Straps feature latex-coated polyester web and forged steel D-rings individually proof-loaded and sized for easy Choker (Girth Hitch) Configuration. Lightweight and compact, the SL model is easy to pack, carry, and deploy. It is classified to NFPA General Use for Basket (U), Choker (Girth Hitch) and End-to-End, providing a high breaking strength to withstand heavy loads on the system. Compared to nylon, the polyester webbing is more resistant to UV and water, and has less elongation. The webbing also stands out due to its bright red color, selected for high visibility, and its contrasting gray stitching, which aids inspection.
Supple and pliable, the SL Variable Anchor Strap bends easily around structures and feeds smoothly through metal grating. It combines NFPA General Use strength with a compact, smooth-handling design that excels in challenging conditions. Consider pairing the SL models with CMC’s Anchor Sleeves and Edge Guards for increased versatility, durability, and lifetime performance.
Note: We recommend using a Delta Quick Link connector (part #382121) to prevent possible tri-axial loading of a carabiner when used in a basket configuration.
Basket (U) Configuration: 69.7 kN (15,669 lbf)
Choker (Girth Hitch) Configuration: 33.9 kN (7,621 lbf)
End-to-End Configuration: 33.1 kN (7,441 lbf)
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