Mobile fall arrester ASAP® B070AA00

Sku 625004
174.00€
(vat included 24%)
With its unique locking system, the ASAP® B070ΑΑ00 from PETZL® sets the standard in fall protection for workers at height. In normal use, the device moves freely along the rope without any manual intervention and follows th...
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With its unique locking system, the ASAP® B070ΑΑ00 from PETZL® sets the standard in fall protection for workers at height. In normal use, the device moves freely along the rope without any manual intervention and follows the user in all his/her movements. In case of shock or sudden acceleration, the ASAP locks on the rope and stops the user. The ASAP may also be combined with an energy absorber to work at a distance from the rope and an  OK TRIACT-LOCK carabiner.
  • Constant fall protection:
    - arrests falls, slides, and uncontrolled descents
    - works on vertical or angled rope
    - locks on the rope even if grabbed during the fall
  • Simple to use, and effective:
    - moves up or down the rope, without any manual manipulation of the device
    - easy to install and remove at any point on the rope
    - it can be used with an energy absorber to work at a distance from the rope: the ASAP'SORBER European version or ASAP'SORBER AXESS allows uses of up to 250 kg in two-person rescue situations.
  •  Certified to European and Russian standards when used with an OK TRIACT-LOCK carabiner

  • Material(s): aluminum, stainless steel
  • Weight: 295 g

Recommended Application:

Work on verical ladders, Photovoltaic installation, electrical work, construction, roof maintenance, panel repairs, tents installation, wotk positioning, vertical ladder climbing and other works at heights.


STOP organizes and performs basic theoretical and practical training seminars for safe work at height.


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Manufacturer: Petzl®
Weight: 0.3700 kg

ATTRIBUTES

Standards
  • EN 12841:2006
  • EN 353-2:2002