| Custom Vertical Lifeline

>> What is a vertical lifeline?

A vertical lifeline is a rope that is anchored at the top of the work area and the worker attaches themselves to the line with a harness, which allows them to move freely up and down the rope while remaining protected. If they fall, the carabiner will catch on the rope and stop their fall. They can be used to provide safety for workers who are working at heights.

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COBAIN® vertical lifeline is equipped with two connecting rings, a hand-held self-locking device, and a cushion bag. The hand-held self-locking device can move up and down freely, and will automatically lock when falling to improve safety. When a fall occurs, the braking force is too large, the cushioning bag plays a cushioning role to reduce the braking force on the body’s injury. Length can be customized, the regular length is 10m, 15m, 25m, 30m.

>> How to bulk COBAIN® vertical lifeline rope?

Using a vertical lifeline is relatively simple. Once the rope is in place, the worker just needs to attach their carabiner to the line and start climbing. If they fall, the carabiner will catch on the rope and stop their descent.

You can bulk our COBAIN® vertical lifeline in our fall protection manufacturer: CZA15 model.

Vertical Lifeline - CZA15

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Note for use:

  • When using the rope, except for the end, other places can not be knotted
  • The minimum impact force to open the cushion bag is 2KN or 203KG. A slight slide or drop may not be strong enough to cause the cushion bag to fail to open.

There are a few key factors to keep in mind when selecting a vertical lifeline rope:

  • First, consider the length of the rope needed. The rope should be long enough to reach from the top of the structure to the bottom, plus an additional 20 feet or so for safety.
  • Second, think about the weight capacity of the rope. It is important to choose a rope that can support the weight of the user and any equipment that may be attached.
  • Finally, consider the environment in which the rope will be used. vertical lifeline ropes are available in various materials, such as nylon or polyester, that are better suited for different conditions.

When it comes to vertical lifelines, safety is paramount. Choosing the right rope can help to ensure a safe and successful climb. By keeping the above factors in mind, you can be sure to select the best vertical lifeline rope for the job.

>> Why choose COBAIN® vertical lifelines?

There are many reasons to choose vertical lifelines over other fall protection systems. The COBAIN® vertical lifelines are typically more affordable and easier to install than horizontal lifelines, and they offer greater flexibility for workers who need to move around a worksite. Additionally, vertical lifelines provide superior fall protection by keeping the worker attached to the anchor point at all times.

Some of the advantages of the COBAIN® vertical lifelines include:

  • More affordable than horizontal lifelines
  • Easier to install
  • Greater flexibility for workers
  • Superior fall protection

If you are looking for an effective and affordable fall protection system, the COBAIN® vertical lifelines are an excellent option. Contact our fall protection specialist to learn more about vertical lifelines and how they can keep your workers safe.