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REACTOR 140 ROPE / W44*
Shock absorber with I or Y rope lanyards. Designed for users with a maximum weight of 140 kg (including equipment).

  • various variants consisting of four types of rope lanyards and two types of connectors
  • ideal for workers on structures, ladders and pylons
  • low weight and practical shape do not restrict a user at work
  • designed to safely capture a person weighting 140 kg (including equipment)
  • maximum active breaking length of the shock absorber is 175 cm
  • cover is made of black synthetic rubber and Cordura with PU coating
  • zipper around the perimeter of the cover for easy inspection of the energy absorber
  • intact orange indicator of energy absorber activation for easy fast check
  • orange indicator is threaded through the attaching loops and indicates an actual damage
  • any EN 362 certified connector can be sewn into the attachment loop
  • unique production number for better traceability and inspection
Variant overview:

 TypeCodeConnectorsLength
Weight
 ROPE "I"
 85 cm

W4450X085

w/o 

  85 cm

  290 g

W4452X085K353 black110 cm
  790 g

W4453X085K355 black120 cm
1260 g
 ROPE "I"
 155 cm

W4450X155

w/o

155 cm

  370 g

W4452X155K353 black180 cm
  870 g

W4453X155K355 black190 cm
1340 g
 ROPE "Y"
 85 cm

W4460X085

w/o

  85 cm

  400 g

W4462X0852x K353 black110 cm
1400 g

W4463X0852x K355 black120 cm
2340 g
ROPE "Y"
 155 cm

W4460X155

w/o

155 cm

  520 g

W4462X1552x K353 black
180 cm
1520 g

W4463X1552x K355 black
190 cm
2460 g
Working load140 kg • 309 lb
ce 1019 EN 355

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catalogue sheet PDF - 1,3 MB
instructions of use PDF - 0,4 MB
inspection card PDF - 0,2 MB
Activities at height such as climbing, via ferrata, caving, rappelling, ski-touring, rescue, work at height and exploration are dangerous activities, which may lead to severe injury or even death. This the following is essential before use:
careful reading and understanding of the instructions for useacquaintance with the possibilities and limitations of the productadequate apprenticeship in appropriate techniques and methods of useunderstanding and acceptance of the risk involved
In case of doubt or problem of understanding, contact SINGING ROCK.