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4851-1 Chemical Compatibility

Feb 23, 2021

Table listing chemical compatibility of the 4851-1 Aggressive Environment Beam Trolley with various media.

Chemical Compatibility

Anchorage Connectors

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Usage of the 4850 FDA Trolley in Harsh/Corrosive Environments

Jan 07, 2021

Additional inspection criteria required when using the 4850 FDA Trolley in harsh or corrosive environments.

TB010621-001

Anchorage Connectors

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2020 Reliance Catalog

Mar 05, 2020

Updated Reliance Industries catalog including many new products and systems.

2020 Reliance Catalog

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Roto-Loc Reserve Line Cable Soft Stop

Sep 17, 2019

When the cable of the Roto-Loc LE is fully extracted from the unit, the reserve line cable soft stop is engaged, not the cable drum termination. Care must be taken not to engage this soft stop as cable retraction will be lost. The force to break this soft stop is approximately 100 pound load. If the soft stop has been engaged, the unit will lose retraction as well as reserve energy capacity. For inspection procedures please view the attached PDF.

TB091719-002

Self-Retracting Lanyards

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Guidelines for Using the Skyloc II Leading Edge SRL

May 31, 2018

Provides guidance in using the Skyloc II Leading Edge SRLs, as well as how to determine and calculate the minimum required clearance for leading edge falls.

TB030117-003

Self-Retracting Lanyards

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Connecting the SRD to a Harness with the 4007-65 Connector

Jan 12, 2018

Describes the procedure used to connect all 400X series SRL devices directly to the harness webbing at the back D-ring location using the 4007-65 Connector.

TB091815-001

Harnesses Self-Retracting Lanyards

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Engraving Metallic Fall Protection System Hardware and Components

May 26, 2015

Reliance has receive multiple inquiries from end-users regarding the practice of engraving metallic hardware and components used in fall protection products and systems for the purposes of assigning asset numbers or other identification or assignment codes to products in service. This bulletin addresses those questions.

TB52615-001

Anchorage Connectors Concrete Embed Systems Confined Space Entry Connectors Harnesses Horizontal Systems Lanyards Rescue Products Self-Retracting Lanyards Vertical Systems Accessories

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Horizontal Lifeline System Components Guide

Nov 02, 2012

Comprehensive guide to the individual components use in the construction and assembly of Reliance Engineered Horizontal Lifeline Systems. Contains complete descriptions, part numbers, photographs, and drawings.

Horizontal Lifeline System Components Guide

Horizontal Systems

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Serial Numbering on Reliance Full Body Harnesses

Aug 31, 2011

Reliance provides unique identification for all harnesses manufactured through the use of the product “Serial Number.” The “Serial Number” allows equipment users to track and maintain critical information about each individual products inspection record, and origin.

TB82911-001

Harnesses

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Use of Reliance Industries SRLs by workers with a total weight in excess of 400 lbs

May 26, 2011

Reliance Industries Self-retracting Lifelines (SRLs) which possess internal brakes that limit the maximum arrest force (MAF) to 900-lb. or less may be used by workers with a total weight of 400-lb. When tested for use in these applications, the arresting force of the SRL remained below 900-lb. with extensions less than 42-in., making the SRLs compliant with both current OSHA and ANSI regulations provided the SRL is mounted overhead.

TB52611-001

Self-Retracting Lanyards

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Certification/Inspection frequency of Reliance Products

May 20, 2011

Describes the normal servicing, recertification and inspection requirements for Reliance products.

TB52011-001

Anchorage Connectors Concrete Embed Systems Confined Space Entry Connectors Harnesses Horizontal Systems Lanyards Rescue Products Self-Retracting Lanyards Vertical Systems

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Marking Harness Web with “Sharpie” and “Marks-a-Lot” Markers

Feb 18, 2011

Clarification regarding the use of “Sharpie” and “Marks-a-Lot” Markers to record information on webbing.

TB021811-001

Harnesses Lanyards

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Effective Removal of the 2265/2266 Reusable Concrete Anchorage Connector

Jan 21, 2011

Procedure fro removing 2265/66 anchorage connectors that will not release properly.

TB12111-001

Anchorage Connectors

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Factors Affecting the Service Life of Personal Fall Protection Equipment

Jan 11, 2011

Reliance position on the service life of Personal Fall Protection Equipment.

TB11111-001

Harnesses Lanyards

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Lubrication & Maintenance of the 3011 Rebar Snaphook

Nov 30, 2010

Detailed instructions for lubricating and cleaning 3011 Rebar Snap hooks that may have become loaded with abrasive debris or other contaminants, resulting in the hook being unable to close and lock properly.

TB113010-001

Anchorage Connectors Connectors Lanyards

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3022-17 Socket Size Irregularity Notice

Oct 26, 2010

Details regarding irregularity in sizes of 3022-17 sockets received by Reliance from socket OEM.

TB102610-001

Anchorage Connectors

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6077 Tie-Back Assembly Update

Jul 22, 2010

Design update details for the 6077-21 Tie-Back Assembly.

TB072210-001

Horizontal Systems

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Textile Product Cleaning

May 18, 2010

Cleaning procedures for Reliance textile items, including a listing of tested and approved commercial cleaning agents.

TB051810-001

Harnesses Lanyards

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Shock Absorbing Lanyards for Work Positioning

Dec 15, 2009

Details regarding the incorrect usage of Shock Absorbing Lanyards as Positioning Devices.

TB121509-001

Lanyards