The Whip Stop has a specially designed braided cable which allows the cable to tighten down on the hose during a failure. Unlike the Whip Check or the steel Hobble Clamp, the Whip Stop will continue tightening down. The double leg anchoring points prevent the hose from whipping side to side making the Whip Stop very desirable where employees are working near high pressure applications.
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