Hose Safety Whip Checks should be installed in all pressurized hose applications to keep operators and job sites safe. To prevent serious injury due to hose or coupling failure, add a Whip Check at each hose connection and from equipment / compressor to the hose. Whip checks should be installed in the fully extended position (no slack) for proper safety assurance. Spring-loaded loops easily adjust to slip over the couplings for a firm grip on the hose. Also known as whip arrestors or hose choker cables.
- Available in four adjustable sizes for a hose range from 1/2″ through 4″ inside diameters
- Available as hose-to-hose (as shown) or hose-to-tool end styles (one side – larger loop)
- Stainless Steel cables available for corrosive environment applications
- Rated at 200 PSI air service with 5X burst rating
- OSHA and MSHA compliant
Stainless steel whip check models have copper ferrules
High pressure Whip Stop safety restraint systems available
MSHA & OSHA Requirement Statements:
MSHA 30 CFR § 56.13021
High-pressure hose connections
Except where automatic shutoff valves are used, safety chains or other suitable locking devices shall be used at connections to machines of high-pressure hose lines of 3/4-inch inside diameter or larger, and between high-pressure hose lines of 3/4-inch inside diameter or larger, where a connection failure would create a hazard.
OSHA 29 CFR § 1926.302(b)(1)
Pneumatic power tools shall be secured to the hose or whip by some positive means to prevent the tool from becoming accidentally disconnected.
This product is not directly approved, endorsed, or certified by MSHA or OSHA, however it is designed to meet the requirements of these organizations
WARNING: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. Do not use in connection with drinking water. Wash hands after handling.
Per Section 1417 of the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) use Lead free parts in all consumeable water applications. Lead free refers to the wetted surface of pipes, fittings and fixtures in potable water systems that have a weighted average lead content = 0.25%. Source: California Health & Safety Code (116875). Vermont Act 193*171NLF
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