Miller's TurboLite Fall Limiter Provides Lanyard Alternative

Franklin, Pa.-based Miller Fall Protection offers its performance-driven TurboLite Personal Fall Limiter (PFL) or self-retracting lifeline • a lightweight and compact alternative to shock-absorbing lanyards.

According to the company, the TurboLite PFL is the first affordable alternative to shock-absorbing lanyards. The product is lightweight at 1.9 pounds, and provides 6 feet of working capacity lifeline. The unit attaches directly to the harness back D-ring for greater mobility. Engineered webbing is designed for abrasion resistance and long service life. The high-strength, impact-resistant nylon housing is designed for maximum durability.

The competitive pricing of the Miller TurboLite PFL makes shock-absorbing lanyards obsolete on the jobsite, according to the company. With the compact and lightweight TurboLite PFL, workers will no longer need to switch out equipment to maintain a safe fall distance.

The PFL eliminates the need for different fall protection equipment to address changes in fall clearance, and increases safety by knowing workers are not in danger when jobsite conditions change. The product increases productivity by keeping workers on the job longer.

The TurboLite PFL meets global standards for international companies and meets all applicable OSHA, ANSI A10.32, Z359-2007, and CSA requirements.

For more information, visit www.millerfallprotection.com.