DBI Sala Salalift® II Winch with 7 ft. Aluminum Tripod, Mfg# 8300030

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  • Product Description

    Item Number | 8300030  

    DBI Sala Salalift® II Winch with 7 FT Aluminum Tripod

    Includes: 7 ft. (2.1 m) aluminum tripod and Salalift™ II winch with 60 ft. (18 m) of 1/4 in. (6.3 mm) galvanized steel wire rope, mounting bracket and carrying bag.

    • 7 ft. (2.1 m) aluminum tripod (model 8000000)
    • Telescoping adjustable locking legs
    • Built-in pulley system
    • Specialized safety shoes and leg support chain
    • Integrated 5,000 lb. (22 kN) eyebolt anchor points
    • Manually operated winch (model 8102001)
    • 60 ft. (18 m) of 1/4 in. (6.3 mm) galvanized steel wire rope
    • 6:1 gear ratio mechanical advantage
    • Free-wheel mode
    • Built-in fall protection
    • Overload clutch
    • Swiveling snap hook with impact indicator
    • Quick connect winch/SRL mount bracket
    • Equipped with i-Safe™
    • Standards: ANSI Z117.1-1995, OSHA 1910.146, U.L. Classified 41Y7, Capital Safety Gen. Mfg. Req.
    • Capacity: 350 lbs (159 kg)
    • Physical Weight: 80.40 lbs (36.5 kg)

    When it comes to confined space entry/rescue, it is essential that equipment operates perfectly and quickly. DBI-SALA® has an extensive line of rescue and retrieval systems with decades of proven field service. Safety engineers and site directors trust DBI-SALA® for the type of high quality, rugged systems that will ensure top performance when it is needed the most. Our aluminum tripods are extremely lightweight and portable, easily set-up by one worker and can be transported from one location to another. They can accommodate a variety of winches and fall arrest devices and feature locking legs, simple detent pin style adjustment, quick-mount mechanical device bracket, safety chain and specialized feet to prevent movement. Our mechanical systems are legendary and have decades of proven field service and have operated flawlessly in some of the most demanding jobsites around the globe. The mechanical device is one of the most critical parts of the rescue system providing the means to retrieve an incapacitated worker to safety.