Miller QuickPick Rescue Kits

Miller QuickPick Rescue Kits

Miller QuickPick Rescue Kits deliver peace of mind during unexpected, stressful peer-rescue situations. The rescuer can remotely attach the system to the suspended worker while remaining securely anchored on the walking/working surface. All rescue components are contained in one easy-to-store kit with no assembly necessary  only requiring an overhead anchorage. QuickPick kits allow you to quickly raise or lower a fallen worker to safety, avoiding suspension trauma. They provide a professional rescue solution, enhancing worker safety and corporate rescue plans. Kits are available in 25, 50, 75 and 100 ft working length systems.


Each kit contains:

  • Back-up braking system (only included with the premium kit)
  • Colour-coded, high-strength aluminum pulleys for easy orientation
  • 7/16" (11 mm) semi-static kernmantle rope
  • Rescue Remote Connection Pole - 4-ft. (1.2 m) collapsed, 12-ft (3.6 m) fully extended
  • Carabiner clip/Pigtail
  • Handled pole carrying case
  • Rope control handle
  • Miller WristBandit tool lanyard
  • Cross-arm anchorage connector
  • Convenient backpack

Two different kits are available:

  • The Premium QuickPick Rescue Kit (pictured) is the best choice for users whose job does not normally include rescue. It includes a Backup Braking System that acts as a secondary fall protection device. In case of accidental release of rope by the rescuer, a foolproof backup will quickly stop the system. It features a highly efficient hauling system with a 5:1 lifting ratio, making heavier loads easier to lift and offers a 400 lb weight capacity.
  • The Standard QuickPick Rescue Kit is designed for users more experienced with rescue. It provides an economical kit configuration for conducting rescues with workers who are confident in managing rescue systems. It features an efficient hauling system with a 4:1 lifting ratio, making heavier loads easier to lift and offers a 310 lb weight capacity.

See it in action!
Video: Miller QuickPick Rescue Kits


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