King Cable Safety Cable - Whip Check - Hose to Tool WSR1
The King Cable Safety Cable, Whip Check, is perfect for air hose lines from 1/2" to 1-1/4" hose ID. A low cost solution to preventing air hose damage or injury on your job due to accidental air hose line disconnections. This style whip check is designed to secure the air line that connects to the air tool you are operating.
SPECIFICATIONS: This is designed for hose to tool service.
Part Number - DX/WSR1
Material - Galvanized Carbon Steel
Size - 1/8" cable (3mm cable)
Hose ID - 1/2" - 1-1/4" (13mm - 32mm)
Length - 20-1/4" (515mm)
Max. Operating Pressure - 200 PSI
Weight - 0.1600
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.
King Cable Safety Cable, often called a whip check, puts safety first in the workplace. If you are using airlines in your shop or on your worksite, these whip checks will promote safety for your team in your workplace. When hose, couplings or clamps fail, or there is an accidental separation of the assembly, King Safety Cables minimize damage to equipment and injury to operators. A positive safeguard for air hose connections – helping you meet today’s safety standards.
Important standards and features include:
-These must be installed in the extended position (No Slack)
-The Cable reaches across hose fittings to provide standby safety for the hose
-Spring-loaded loops in the cable ends open easily to pass over the couplings for a firm grip on the hose
-No tools are needed – These are easy to install and remove
-The cables are shipped with safety restraint labels attached
-These are highly resistant to rust and corrosion
-They provide a low cost answer to reducing injuries caused by broken air hose connections
-Maximum operating pressure is 200 PSI
Why should I use these safety cables, or whip checks, when using air power?
Answer. When a pressurized air hose becomes accidentally uncoupled, or a hose failure occurs, the quick exhaust of air causes the hose assembly to whip violently, creating a situation that can cause injury to workers as well as other equipment on your job. For more information regarding how this low cost solution can promote safety at your job, please click here for the King Cable Safety Cable Brochure.