A life line system has many parts that you may need to know. Since it is a tool that is used for balances on a high leveled structure, the parts of the line might be new to everyone who hasn’t seen one.
- Anchorage - it is a structure whether a beam, wall or roof where life line system is connected.
- Anchorage connector - it is a beam that is the starting point of the system. It also has the very strong metal that is attached to anchorage for a grip.
- Zorbit HLL Energy Absorber - it is a metal that connects to both ends of the anchorage that serves as a shock absorber for beams and the weight of the person who will be using it. It also controls balance.
- Turnbuckle - is a stretching screw that is used for adjusting the tension of the ropes or lanyards and other tensioning systems. It also adjusts the fittings of the cable assembly.
- Labels - are used for maintenance and inspection.
- Cable - is to be used for easy movement of the individual which holds it.
- Intermediate bracket - supports the cables to and from the anchorage and holds the cables into line of sight
- Sayflink sleeve - it is where the lanyard metal end is connected. It has the strong grip for individual use and conditioning of some points wherein the individual’s line is being offered a steel blockage to absorb the efficient use of cables.
- Thimble/Cable clip end termination - to agitate the use of the cables from both ends as it passes the strenuous ability to hold individual into place.