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Website: http://lifline.org
Location: Bridgeport, WV
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Latest Activity: Apr 18, 2013

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Comment by Theodore Wilkinson on December 7, 2009 at 6:22pm
When it comes to portable fall protection these ynits are on the front line providing fall protection when other types don't work.
These units are mobile in every sense, they can be moved by hand, with a forklift or transported with your company vehicle.
Whether you use our one two [2] person model this equipment will meet your needs.
Units used in a confined space application are furnished with a rescue retractable allowing the usres an effective means for of retrieval when it is needed.
Comment by Theodore Wilkinson on September 30, 2009 at 6:09pm
Check out our new website at lifline.org. It has been under construction and was recently completed.
Comment by Michael Foust on September 30, 2009 at 5:57pm
I joined this group because, I'm thinking portable fall protection for a ladder. "Safe T Climb"
Comment by Shawn Pulka on August 19, 2009 at 4:21pm
Yes Sir

I will try and give you a call when I have a chance. Thank you for your time!
Comment by Theodore Wilkinson on August 19, 2009 at 3:23pm
Mr. Pulka,
We have other systems that we design for our clients. Depending on your needs we may have a design for you or can design a system to meet your needs. You can contact me directly at 304-695-6950.
Comment by Shawn Pulka on August 19, 2009 at 1:28pm
Mr. Wilkinson,

We could have a use for portable fall protection but our applications require different mounting applications. One example is our personnel sometimes have to go on top of connex boxes or staked bottle racks so they can de-rig rigging. Most of the time it is on a small vessel with little room. Do you have any suggestions to help with this?
Comment by Theodore Wilkinson on August 9, 2009 at 1:58pm
The device weighs 720 lbs for the outrigger unit aqnd 1320 with the counterweight unit, there is 600 lbs of weights on the outrigger unit that is removable during transportation. The price range is from 7,000.00 to 10, 350.00 depending on the unit. They can reach from 15 feet to 22 ft. Visit our web page at lifline.web.officelive.com, sorry for the long address we are currently having the website re-designed and wanted to allow access at the same time. My direct number is 304-695-6950, if you have any questions or would like additional information please contact me. In addition the device is currently used at powerplants, construction sites and can easily be moved by the workers or it can be moved with the aid of a fork-lift, there are built in pockets that allow it to be moved with a fork-lift.
Comment by Tom Trauger on August 8, 2009 at 11:50am
Interesting device. What is the cost of it? How much does it weigh?
Can it be used in rough terrain, for example on a new home construction site? How high can it go?
 

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