Miller - Twin TurboLite Fall Protection Systems

Miller - Twin TurboLite Fall Protection Systems

Miller - Turbo T-BAK™ Personal Fall Limiters


Miller Turbo T-BAK Tie-Back Personal Fall Limiter.

The Miller T-BAK Tie-Back SRL is the first Self Retracting Lifeline where you can Tie-Back anywhere along the lifeline. Tie-Back Safely with a Retractable!

First and only retractable designed to tie-back anywhere along the lifeline. The Miller Turbo T-Bak Tie-Back SRL is cost effective to Tie-Back shock-absorbing lanyards.
It is an all-in-one self-retracting / lifeline anchorage connector design the reduces equipment required on the job site. The T-Bak is designed for anchoring below a user's harness back D-Ring for greater safety. Intergrated shock absorber especially designed for tie-back applications with load indicator device.

Weight Capacity:
up to a 400lbs user

Working Length:
up to 7.5 Feet.

 Miller Turbo T-Bak SRL Data Sheet


Unit Connection  Part Number 

Steel Twist-Lock Carabiner
1-in. (25.4 mm) Gate Opening

Aluminum Twist-Lock Carabiner
1-in. (25.4 mm) Gate Opening


  • -7.5 ft. (2.3 m) Working Capacity
    - Heavy-duty web lifeline smoothly extends/retracts without interruption for greater mobility and convenience
  • -Tie-back ANYWHERE on the Lifeline
    -Provides more tie-off anchorage locations with a greater variety of beam-size options
    -Simplifies user training for improved safety
  • -Miller 5K® Locking Snap Hook Designed Specifically for Tie-Back Use
    -5,000 lbs. (22 kN) gate load capacity from any angle
    -Regular snap hooks easily fail if load forces are concentrated on the face or side of a hook – NOT with the Miller 5K Snap Hook
  • -XTREME Performance Webbing
    -Engineered with high-tech strength and abrasion-resistant webbing. Available exclusively with Miller® brand products
    -White side stripe stitching indicates that it is specially-designed for tie-back use
  • -User-Rated for 400-lbs. (181.4 kg) Capacity
  • * Meets all applicable OSHA, ANSI, CSA and CE standards, including the ANSI Z359.1 requirement that states only 24-inches (.61 m) or less of lifeline extends out of the housing when the unit is fully retracted.