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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



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