Ridgegear RGA1 Webbing Fall Arrest Block 2.5M

The RGA1 is a retractable mini block ideal for personal issue for operatives working at height. The unit is designed to be connected and worn in conjunction with a fall arrest harness. The RGA1 has an almost instant lock-off in the event of a fall, and recoils into the drum when slack is introduced into the lanyard. The reduced trip hazard and compact design make this unit ideal for confined work.

  • Built in shock pack
  • Ideal for confined space work
  • Swivel hook prevents twists to webbing

£81.77 ex. VAT

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Technical Specification

  • Conformance: BS EN360
  • Weight: 1.15kg
  • Maximum user weight: 140kg
  • Web material: 47mm polyester
  • Webbing length: 2.5m
  • Aluminium triple action karabiner with swivel hook & captive eye
  • Steel screwgate karabiner
  • Casing: Steel with rubber cover

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