snap hook

snap hook

[′snap ‚hu̇k]
(design engineering)
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Tenders are invited for Full Body Safety Harness Conforming To Is: 3521/1999 Made Up Of 43 Mm Widewebbing Having Back D-ring For Fall Arrest With Adjustable Chest And Thigh Straps(having Extra Comfort Sit Strap) With 2 Meter Single Poly-proplyne Rope Lanyardspliced At The Back D-ring Having Steel Snap Hook (scaffolding Hook) Havingdetailed Specification As Per Annexure-a Attached.
The first working prototype of The Jasling consisted of some rope, a snap hook, and a few metal rings I picked up in a small hardware store."
Snap hook with three additional mini split rings for quick removal/replacement of individual keys.
Crewmen, it's easy to break the snap hook on the M1000 HET semitrailer's ramp chain restraint if it's not attached to the load binder handle the right way.
The snap hook of the cover can be secured by padlock if necessary.
The world No.1 managed to find a tree stump after a snap hook off the first tee and had to take a penalty drop for an unplayable lie.
Use the snap hook to connect the chain to the steel wool.
At the second hole second time round, the City of Newcastle player played a deliberate snap hook from 140 yards out to bend his approach 60 yards round trees and on to the green, typical of the scrambling that contributed to his victory.
The unit features a safety chain with snap hook and locking screw supplied as a standard feature.
Additional hardware includes breakaway moulded lanyard keepers that allow easy connection of any size snap hook and breaks away to help prevent snagging and tripping.
Cadarn Talon (cadarn is Welsh for strong) is a mechanically closing snap hook which can be used in an emergency to attach a rope or line to a person in the sea by clipping onto a strap, harness, ring or belt.
Often there's a snap hook attaching the lanyard to the light.