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DBI Sala Lad-Saf X2 Detachable Cable Sleeve

Part Number: 6160030

Availability: In stock

Quick Overview

For use on 3/8" (9.5 mm) and 5/16" (8 mm) 1x7 or 7x19 solid core cable

DBI Sala Lad-Saf X2 Detachable Cable Sleeve

Part Number: 6160030

Availability: In stock

Quick Overview

For use on 3/8" (9.5 mm) and 5/16" (8 mm) 1x7 or 7x19 solid core cable
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DBI Sala Lad-Saf X2 Detachable Cable Sleeve 

DBI Sala Lad-Saf X2 Sleeve with carabiner, cam and inertial locking, fits 3/8" (9.5 mm) and 5/16" (8 mm) diameter 1x7 or 7x19 solid core cable.

 

Features:

 

  • Sleeve for Lad-Saf™ fixed ladder safety system
  • For use on 3/8" (9.5 mm) and 5/16" (8 mm) 1x7 or 7x19 solid core cable
  • Mobile design follows user for convenient climbing protection
  • Easy to install and detach anywhere along lifeline
  • Mechanical and inertial locking system stops falls within inches
  • Built-in energy absorber and fall indicator
  • Anti-inversion feature prevents incorrect installation
  • Saflok™ steel carabiner for secure connection to harness
  • Extremely rugged and corrosion resistant construction
  • Extremely compact, lightweight design
  • Order top and bottom brackets, cable and guides separately

 


Specifications:
  • Capacity: 310 lbs. (141 kg)
  • Brand: DBI-SALA®
  • Sub Brand: Lad-Saf™
  • iSafe Equipped: Yes
  • Label: Polyester, Stamped
  • Model: 6160030
  • Physical Dimensions: 4.70x1.30x6.00 (in)
  • Physical Weight: 2.10 lbs (1.0kg)
  • Product Styles: Mobile
  • Product Types: Flexible Cable Ladder Safety
  • Standards: ANSI A14.3-1992, Capital Safety Gen. Mfg. Req.
  • Install Type: Temporary
  • Number Of Users: One
  • Structure Type: Straight Ladder
 

 



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CBrown 09/09/16 01:30 AM (GMT)
Terrible
  • You spend more time fighting it down the cable. I would rather have the old one.
  • Watch my video
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Unlikely
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Donovan 09/01/16 02:22 PM (GMT)
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Exhausting
  • The new ones (X2s) are going to get someone hurt. I've seen people, including myself, take almost a half hour climbing down, less then 200'. If they aren't close to exhaustion coming down to a hotter temperature after fighting the cable grab all the way down, then they got pissed half way and crab crawled the rest of the way down, cussing the cable grabs.

    Sometimes the cable sleeves cam sideways on the cable as to where the cable is not 100% inside the sleeve. 3/4 times after a worker has come down from fighting the new cable sleeves they look like there on the brink of heat exhaustion. So then I have to direct them to go drink some cold water, sit in some shade and cool down for a couple min. That's not very safe in my opinion, and also because of these issues causes, a proficiency and profitability issue.

    The diameter of the sleeve to cable isn't right or something and must be tweaked. They lock up coming down, 2/4 times you must climb back up a step or two and use your body weight to un-jam the sleeves mechanism. So you're climbing almost 400' instead of 200 This can become very dangerous, maybe not life threatening but can easily cause injury if you are in the middle of a transition on the tower and it locks up.

  • Absolutely Nothing
  • Dangerous piece of gear
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Unlikely
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Edward 08/09/16 05:58 PM (GMT)
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Worst try at a cable grab ever seen
  • In all my years climbing, I have never seen a cable grab fail until the X2 came out. In the last 6 months, I have had three failures, with standard use, where they twist and become unusable. My crews complain constantly that they jam up and need to be removed from the cable to free them.
    My recommendation is that these units need to all be pulled from the shelf and recalled.
  • None
  • Poorly designed. Weak materials, Not smoothly operating
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Unlikely
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Product Description

DBI Sala Lad-Saf X2 Detachable Cable Sleeve 

DBI Sala Lad-Saf X2 Sleeve with carabiner, cam and inertial locking, fits 3/8" (9.5 mm) and 5/16" (8 mm) diameter 1x7 or 7x19 solid core cable.

 

Features:

 

  • Sleeve for Lad-Saf™ fixed ladder safety system
  • For use on 3/8" (9.5 mm) and 5/16" (8 mm) 1x7 or 7x19 solid core cable
  • Mobile design follows user for convenient climbing protection
  • Easy to install and detach anywhere along lifeline
  • Mechanical and inertial locking system stops falls within inches
  • Built-in energy absorber and fall indicator
  • Anti-inversion feature prevents incorrect installation
  • Saflok™ steel carabiner for secure connection to harness
  • Extremely rugged and corrosion resistant construction
  • Extremely compact, lightweight design
  • Order top and bottom brackets, cable and guides separately

 


Specifications:
  • Capacity: 310 lbs. (141 kg)
  • Brand: DBI-SALA®
  • Sub Brand: Lad-Saf™
  • iSafe Equipped: Yes
  • Label: Polyester, Stamped
  • Model: 6160030
  • Physical Dimensions: 4.70x1.30x6.00 (in)
  • Physical Weight: 2.10 lbs (1.0kg)
  • Product Styles: Mobile
  • Product Types: Flexible Cable Ladder Safety
  • Standards: ANSI A14.3-1992, Capital Safety Gen. Mfg. Req.
  • Install Type: Temporary
  • Number Of Users: One
  • Structure Type: Straight Ladder
 

 



Specifications

Reviews

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CBrown 09/09/16 01:30 AM (GMT)
Terrible
  • You spend more time fighting it down the cable. I would rather have the old one.
  • Watch my video
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Unlikely
1 of 1 found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful?    | 
Donovan 09/01/16 02:22 PM (GMT)
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Exhausting
  • The new ones (X2s) are going to get someone hurt. I've seen people, including myself, take almost a half hour climbing down, less then 200'. If they aren't close to exhaustion coming down to a hotter temperature after fighting the cable grab all the way down, then they got pissed half way and crab crawled the rest of the way down, cussing the cable grabs.

    Sometimes the cable sleeves cam sideways on the cable as to where the cable is not 100% inside the sleeve. 3/4 times after a worker has come down from fighting the new cable sleeves they look like there on the brink of heat exhaustion. So then I have to direct them to go drink some cold water, sit in some shade and cool down for a couple min. That's not very safe in my opinion, and also because of these issues causes, a proficiency and profitability issue.

    The diameter of the sleeve to cable isn't right or something and must be tweaked. They lock up coming down, 2/4 times you must climb back up a step or two and use your body weight to un-jam the sleeves mechanism. So you're climbing almost 400' instead of 200 This can become very dangerous, maybe not life threatening but can easily cause injury if you are in the middle of a transition on the tower and it locks up.

  • Absolutely Nothing
  • Dangerous piece of gear
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Unlikely
1 of 1 found this review helpful.
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Edward 08/09/16 05:58 PM (GMT)
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Worst try at a cable grab ever seen
  • In all my years climbing, I have never seen a cable grab fail until the X2 came out. In the last 6 months, I have had three failures, with standard use, where they twist and become unusable. My crews complain constantly that they jam up and need to be removed from the cable to free them.
    My recommendation is that these units need to all be pulled from the shelf and recalled.
  • None
  • Poorly designed. Weak materials, Not smoothly operating
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Unlikely
1 of 1 found this review helpful.
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