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LV401 Barry Diving Lifeline

  • $69500 (CAD)

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Designed for commercial/professional divers, this lifeline is used as an umbilical and/or 2nd (back-up) lifeline when used with the Barry Sub Divo Lite and Pro diving harnesses.

Available with a protective Cordura jacket to integrate communication or electric cable.

Meets and exceeds CSA standard Z275-2-04 and Quebec RSST requirements for diving lifelines.

#LV401-100: Barry Diving Lifeline 100'
Barry Diving Lifeline 200'
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  • 12-strand Dyneema® fiber rope, 13 mm (½'') diameter
  • Polyurethane coated for abrasion and U.V. resistance
  • Available with 2 end options:
    • HD stainless steel thimble
    • Double action Wichard stainless steel large carabiner
  • Splice with lock-stitch and lashing
  • The whole assembly is pre-stretched at 900 kg (2 000 lbs) to remove mechanical elongation
  • Elastic elongation : less than 1% at 30% of break strength
  • Minimum break strength: 13 900 kg (30 600 lbs)
    (2 800 kg (6 000 lbs) with Wichard carabiner)
  • Weight: 9.5 kg/100 m (6.4 lbs/100 ft)
  • Comes with transport and storage bag
  • Length as requested

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