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Miller Xenon Permanent Horizontal Lifeline Kits


        Xenon® Permanent Horizontal Lifeline Kits provide automatic pass-through fall protection for multiple workers that ultimately increases worker mobility, safety and productivity. Xenon kits provide do-it-yourself installation and feature patented stainless steel components that are easy-to-use and require minimal maintenance. For use along crane rail runways, loading bays/docks, machinery, conveyors, rooftops, inside sports arenas, pipe racks, bridges and many industrial applications.

Key Features:

  • Easy Installation
  • Extreme Durability
  • Low Deflection
  • Low Cost of Ownership
  • Stainless steel 5/16-in. (8 mm) wire rope
  • Stainless steel, swageless fittings for quick, easy installation
  • Stainless steel D-bolt anchorage connectors rated to 10,000 lbs. (45kN)

     Kits include Xenon 4-in-1 shock absorber, intermediate bracket(s) (see chart), two stainless steel D-bolt anchorage connectors, swageless fast-attach fitting, anchor shackle, thimble, cable clips, hardware and instruction manual. Xenon shuttles are sold separately.


See Chart Below For Info


Miller Xenon Shuttle

        The Xenon shuttle self-aligns for smooth pass-through of intermediate brackets. A double-locking mechanism ensures security, yet allows for easy, one-hand operation. With no moving pass-through parts, the shuttle is ideal for dusty, gritty or salty environments.

Key Features:

  • Self-aligns for smooth automatic pass-through of intermediate brackets
  • Dual-locking mechanism for added safety
Part #:
  • 1005709

Miller 4-in-1 Shock Absorber


The innovative 4-in-1 design serves as shock absorber, turnbuckle, tension indicator and fall indicator. Users can gauge and adjust tension easily, while the pop-out visual indicator alerts the user to any load impact on the system. The compact design allows for a shorter distance to the end brackets, providing greater safety for entry and exit of the system.

Key Features:

  • Provides four functions in one unit!
    – Absorbs energy to reduce system forces
    – Includes a turnbuckle mechanism for easy tensioning
    – Features a tension indicator to show when properly tensioned
    – Incorporates a fall indicator to show someone has fallen into the system
  • Compact design allows for immediate connection for added worker safety

Part #:

  • 1014934

Miller Universal Intermediate Brackets

The automatic pass-through design allows for smooth passage of the Xenon shuttle providing 100% connection to the system. The single-bolt design and easy-to-remove cable holder guide simplifies installation and maintenance. In the event of a load impact or fall, individual brackets can be replaced without disassembling or replacing the original wire rope. Available in adjustable or fixed-position styles for maximum versatility       

Key Features:

  • Automatic pass-through bracket allows easy passage of Xenon shuttle for 100% connection to the system
  • Can be configured as free floating or locked
  • Brackets can be attached to a fitted cable to allow for easy replacement
  • Can also be ordered without hardware using this model number: 1010609

Part #:

  • 1010608

Miller Fast-Attach Fitting


Key Features:

  • Provides for easy installation of cable
  • Requires no specialty swaging tools

Part #:

  • 1013720

Miller Stainless Steel D-bolt Anchorage Connector w/Bolt

Key Features:

  • Features 5/8-in. (15.9 mm) hole for hardware
  • Can be mounted on a vertical surface or overhead for added versatility
  • Includes 5/8-in. (15.9 mm) diameter x 5-in. (127 mm) long stainless steel bolt w/nut and washer

Part #:

  • 416SS

Miller Stainless Steel D-bolt Anchorage Connector


Key Features:

  • Features 5/8-in. (15.9 mm) hole for hardware
  • Can be mounted on a vertical surface or overhead for added versatility

Part #:

  • 417SS



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