Honeywell Miller H500 Arc Flash Lanyard Single Leg – 1.8m

£57.40 Excl. VAT

  • 1.8 metre energy absorbing arc flash lanyard, single leg.
  • For use with H500 safety harnesses as part of a fall protection system.
  • Designed to protect from falls even after an electric arc energy of 40 cal/cm².
  • Polyamide/nylon webbing maintains integrity after exposure to arc flash.
  • Harness connection point made with electric-arc-resistant tape.
  • Rebar hook with 65mm opening, 22.3kN breaking strength.
  • Conforms with EN 354:2010 and EN 355:2002.
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Honeywell Miller H500 FPLARCM-SEU Arc Flash Lanyard Single Leg, 1.8 metres length.  For use with the Honeywell Miller H500 Arc Flash Safety Harness, as part of a complete fall protection system.  The lanyard is rated with a maximum weight capacity of 140kg, higher than the standard 100kg mass test used on most fall protection equipment.  Designed to protect the user from falls, even after an electric arc energy of 40 cal/cm².

The H500 lanyard’s polyamide/nylon webbing maintains it’s integrity even after exposure to arc flash and in the event of a fall.  The harness connection point is also made from electric arc resistant tape.  The lanyard is fitted with a rebar scaffold hook with 65mm opening, energy absorber and a protective label case.  Breaking strength 22.3kN.  Conforms to EN 354:2010 and EN 355:2002 European standards.

The Honeywell Miller H500 FPLARCM-SEU Arc Flash Lanyard with Single Leg is available to order at Safety Supplies.  Call our friendly team today for stock availability, lead time for delivery and for expert advice on all of your height safety, fall protection and PPE needs.

Additional information


EN Standards

EN 355:2002
Personal protective equipment against falls from a height. Energy absorbers.

EN 354:2010
Personal fall protection equipment. Lanyards.

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