Rocka Devices Klinch tool tethers

Friday, 03 February, 2012 | Supplied by: Rocka Devices

Klinch tool tethers are a fast and efficient tool lanyard system allowing users to safely and securely carry and use tools at heights, in confined spaces and over/under water. It provides the flexibility of using multiple tools and the ability to switch the tools between hands and dock them; all the while ensuring the tools are safely connected to the user or their work platform.

The system is suitable for scaffolding, rigging, and installation and maintenance work at height. It is lightweight, durable and available with stainless steel clips for usage in corrosive environments.

The system entails a short lanyard for each tool, a dock that the lanyard locks onto and wrist mounts that the lanyard automatically switches to. The system does not rely on retractable cords or magnets; it just uses a spring-loaded mechanical lock. Docks can be easily fitted onto standard 50 mm tool belts, fitted to tool bags or work platforms. The system is for usage with tools up to 3 kg and is designed to breakaway (at significant force) if tools become entrapped in structures or machinery.

Klinch tool tethers were a recipient of a 2011 Australian International Design Award in the Building and Housing section.

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