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Ergodyne debuts stainless steel carabiners with captive eye

January 16, 2013
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Ergodyne CarabinersErgodyne announced today the expansion of their Squids® Lanyard Series to include the new Squids® 3101 Stainless Steel Single Carabiner; the 3111 Stainless Steel Dual Carabiner; and the 3311 Twin Leg Stainless Steel Triple Carabiner models of tool lanyards. While each lanyard has its own unique features and benefits (highlighted below), Ergodyne’s new carabiners all offer captive eyes and locking screwgates to provide a secure connection in corrosive environments with a maximum safe working capacity of 15 lbs.

“Our new stainless steel tool lanyards round out the most robust tool lanyard offering in the industry,” said Nate Bohmbach, product manager, Ergodyne. “Ergodyne now offers a safe and secure dropped objects solution at every price point.”

Whether in the worker’s hand or idle on the work surface, a dropped object situation can happen without notice. The result can range from inconvenience/loss of productivity to life-altering injury or death.

“In 2012 Ergodyne launched our Objects at Heights campaign focused on education and training of this serious issue,” said Tom Votel, president and CEO. “This new launch marks the beginning of a very active year delivering focused at heights solutions.”

Ideal for any workers at heights with a need for tethering tools, specifically those workers who are exposed to corrosive environments including oil and gas and mining, the Squids® Stainless Steel Carabiners are available now at all authorized Ergodyne distributors. For more information, visit www.ergodyne.com or call 800.225.8238 /  +1 651.642.9889

Key Features

3101

· Stretch cord surrounded by tubular nylon webbing

· Lock stitching at both ends for extra security

· Stainless steel carabiners for corrosion resistance

· Screwgate on carabiner for locking connection

· Adjustable barrel lock for tool attachment

· Maximum safe working capacity: 15 lbs.(6.8 kg)

· Standard 35” - 42”(89cm-107cm); Extended 42” – 54”(107cm-137cm)

·Lime

3111

· Stretch cord surrounded by tubular nylon webbing

· Lock stitching at both ends for extra security

· Stainless steel carabiners for corrosion resistance

· Screwgate on carabiner for locking connection

· Adjustable barrel lock for tool attachment

· Maximum safe working capacity: 15 lbs.(6.8 kg)

· Standard 35” - 42”(89cm-107cm); Extended 42” – 54”(107cm-137cm)

· Lime

3311

· Stretch cord surrounded by tubular nylon webbing

· Lock stitching at both ends for extra security

· Twin leg for connecting multiple tools or having 100% tie-off of single tool

· Stainless steel carabiners for corrosion resistance

· Maximum safe working capacity: 15 lbs.(6.8 kg)

· Screwgate on carabiner for locking connection

· Standard 35” - 42”(89cm-107cm); Extended 42” – 54”(107cm-137cm)

About Ergodyne

Since 1983, Ergodyne has pioneered the development of products that Make The Workplace A Betterplace™. What started with just one product has grown into a line of top flight, battle-tested, Tenacious Work Gear®; all precision crafted to manage the elements, improve productivity and provide protection for workers on jobsites the world over.

The current lineup is extensive and constantly growing: ProFlex® Hand Protection, ProFlex® Knee Pads, ProFlex® Supports, Trex™ Footwear Accessories, Chill-Its® Cooling Products, N-Ferno® Warming Products, GloWear® Hi-Vis Apparel, Squids® Lanyards, Arsenal® Equipment Storage Systems, CORE Performance Work Wear®, SHAX® Portable Work Shelters, and Skullerz® Head Protection.

For more information on Ergodyne, visit www.ergodyne.com or call 800.225.8238 / +1 651.642.9889

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