571-DMM Rappel Master Adjustable Lanyard w/Shock Stop and DMM Captive Eye Carabiners
For use as a adjustable length personal retention lanyard for Rappel Masters, Crew Chiefs and Riggers. Designed to connect to users harness and to fixed surface or helo rappel point via unique New DMM captive Eye Carabiner.
For use as a adjustable length personal retention lanyard for Rappel Masters, Crew Chiefs and Riggers. Designed to connect to users harness and to fixed surface or helo rappel point via unique New DMM captive Eye Carabiner. Built with mil spec 4000 lbf (18 kN) 5625 tubular webbing. Lanyard rated strength 3400 lbf. (15kN). Lanyard has adjustable length using Yates adjustable dasy chain system. Adjuster buckle has strength of 6 kN.High strength hot forged aluminum alloy captive eye carabiner. Unique patented "Locksafe" three stage autolocking gate mechanism allows for 3600 lbf. (16kN) gate strength. 100% Proof loaded to 3,600 lbf (16kN). Minimum strength 6750 lbf. (30kN).Carabiner manufactured in Wales by DMM Ltd. Carabiner NSN: 8465-99-151-3939
Certified to: ANSI/ASSE Z359.12(09)-1992. EN362-2004 and CSA Z259.12-11. Lanyard Made in USA.
Yates SCREAMER Shock absorber added for energy absorbtion. In the event an activation force of 2.5 kN (600 lbs) is exerted on the lanyard during a fall the SCREAMER has the potential to absorb 2-3 kN of energy if fully activated (11 inches).
• Available in terra and black
• Length retracted 18 inches
• Length fully extended 47 inches
YATES GEAR PRODUCT ENDORSEMENT BY TACFLOW ACADEMY
The 571-DMM Rappel Master Adjustable Lanyard is the ideal law enforcement helicopter safety lanyard for securing SWAT personnel to hard anchor points within the aircraft while shooting. Vetted in all three major helicopters in use by law enforcement (Bell, MD Douglas & Airbus) by Tacflow Aerial Platform Operations Instructor Mark Lang. “Quick to deploy the adjustability of the lanyard is key in a moving platform. It allows for the end user to adjust in flight how tight or loose they want to be while performing certain shooting approaches by manipulating the daisy chain with their support hand. I’ve not found a better lanyard for aerial shooting and highly endorse it to my students and law enforcement agencies.”