Self Retracting Lifelines
for Fall Arrest

Self Retracting Lifelines for Fall Arrest

Compliant with the relevant standard EN362

Product Code: SCS080
Lifeline Length:
4.5 meters

Product Code: SCS081
Lifeline Length:
6 meters

Product Code: SCS082
Lifeline Length:
9 meters

Product Code: SCS083
Lifeline Length:
12 meters


Use the buttons below to download the declaration of conformity for each product.

SCS080 Declaration of Conformity
SCS081 Declaration of Conformity
SCS082 Declaration of Conformity
SCS083 Declaration of conformity

Fall arrest block / inertia reel / retractable type fall arrester

We distribute IKAR retractable type fall arresters which are manufactured and tested in accordance with EN360:2002, they are produced for maximum durability, using aluminium , stainless steel and shockproof plastic  ensuring reliability in use with low maintenance requirements.

Retractable  fall arresters function in a similar way to a car seat belt, a re-coiling main spring keeps the galvanised steel cable in light tension, allowing it to respond immediately in the event of a fall.

If the extraction speed of the lifeline exceeds 0.5m/sec, one of the catches which activate the brake system will lock into place as a result of centrifugal forces in the rotating drum.

Lightweight aluminium housing with a galvanised steel cable lifeline.

Swivel eye anchor attachment point with Karabiner.

Aluminium double action hook on end of lifeline for connecting to the users Harness. For the comfort of the user and ease of connection it is advisable to wear a short harness lanyard or harness tail.

Product Application

Self Retracting Lifelines for the connecting link between the users harness and the Anchorage point which ideally will be above the users head. It is strongly recommended to plan anchorage points so that the user can operate §within a horizontal distance no greater than the equivalent of 30 degrees from it.

The implication of working beyond this distance is the risk of pendulum swing or a swing fall which puts the user at risk of collision with any object in his way

When Scissorsafe is to be utilised as a Fall Arrest System, anchorage points should be pre-planned at regular intervals around the structures perimeters and leading edges so that the user can access an anchorage point above the work area.

The recommended limitations when working connected to an overhead anchorage is 30 degrees in a horizontal direction and fall arrest devices such as self-retracting lifeline, and Lanyards are unsuitable for operation at angles greater than this.