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Recently, I assisted a construction company that was working in some very unique situations.  In a nutshell, this client needed a level of movement that the suitable overhead anchor points and our then known product offerings just couldn't solve.  After some searching and a lucky phone call, we found the T-Line Safety System.  Given the unique attributes of the T-Line, I thought I would share the highlights of one of our newest products offerings.


The T-Line Safety System is a device that facilitates both horizontal and vertical movement offering unprecedented levels of freedom for the user while eliminating swing fall hazards.  Just as suited to situations that require only horizontal or vertical movement, the T-Line Safety System is perfect for users with varied and often changing fall protection needs.


Similarly, this device is readily adaptable to highly specific fall protection needs. Operating the T-Line Safety System is comparable to a typical retractable lanyard (SRL) where the 

user simply 

connects themselves to the system, the device then automatically feeds out or retracts the safety line depending on the direction of the user’s movement. The T-Line Safety System does not restrict the user to a narrow width of work space like traditional retractable lanyards do.


  • Innovative Design
  • Two lifelines on separate spools provide oppositional force in the event of a fall nearly eliminating swing fall hazards.
  • Self retracting , self locking
  • Quick and Easy Installation
  • Span up to 12 m (Horiz) 15 m (Vert)
  • No Tensioning or Adjusting Required
  • Suitable for Permanent or Temporary Installations
  • Safe, Hands Free Movement Along Platforms and Walkways
  • Swivel Connectors -Carabineer or Snaphook with Fall Indicator
  • Safe Vertical climbing or Access
  • Integrated Rescue Winch for simple and effective personnel rescue
  • Short Activation Distance
  • Hold Without Sliding or Swinging
  • Meets CE and ANSI Requirements
  • and, of course, this product is available from your favorite safety equipment supplier, Armor Personal Protective Equipment (www.armorppe.com)

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