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Workman® Mini Personal Fall Limiter

The Workman Mini Personal Fall Limiter (PFL) is the premier option in MSA's line of self-retracting devices (SRDs) for users working at heights.The internal fast-acting pawl lock mechanism offers the most versatile, compact, self-retracting device on the market, allowing for increased user safety at lower heights.

Fall limiter design stops a fall quickly, providing workers with the ability to tie off at lower levels below the D-ring. Housing design is compact and lightweight; users can replace their standard 6-ft. (1.8 m) energy-absorbing lanyards. The Workman Mini PFL is available in both single- and twin-leg, tie-back and non-tie-back configurations, at lengths of 6-ft. (1.8 m) and 9-ft. (2.7 m) working capacity.

  • Internal pawl-lock design provides many lower level tie-off points for numerous work applications
  • 6-ft. (1.8 m) and 9-ft. (2.7 m) retractable lifeline for standard and tie-back models
  • Single, twin leg and tie back models are available (These configurations are geographically available and dependent on approval status)
  • Swivel eye connection eliminates line twisting
  • 400-lb. (181 kg) or 140 kg user weight capacity
  • Twin-leg carabiner connection keeps harness D-ring available for use with other equipment while climbing, or for rescue purposes
  • Rugged, impact resistant housing for increased product life
  • External energy absorber provides visual load indicator for easy inspection                                                                              


Markets: Contractor
Applications: Working at Heights
Standard
10157851
10157851

10159658
10159658

10159659
10159659

The following approvals and qualifications are available globally. Please check the part number in your region for the actual approvals or qualifications on that product.

  • ANSI Z359.14, Class A
  • CSA Z259.2.2
  • OSHA
  • EN 360:2002                                                                            
  • ABNT NBR 14628                                                                           
  • GB 24544-2009