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Snap-on Industrial has partnered with Python Safety, a provider of fall-protection equipment, to expand the tool company's offering.

Under the agreement, Python Safety will add tool belts, lanyards, holsters, pouches and bags to Snap-on Industrial's Tools at Height product line. All of the tools are designed with a tethered system to maintain or enhance the tools functionality when used at height or near critical assemblies.

The company's Tools at Height service kits are available for most applications. They are outfitted with lanyards and other devices to fully secure them and incorporate Snap-on Industrial’s Level 5 Tool Control System.



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