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Snap-Hooks OSHA required dual release keeper

(keeper test ref. ANSI A10.14-91, 4.2.2.2).

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"D"-ring and miscellaneous hardware

(Ref. ANSI A10.14-91, 4.1.2.1 & 4.1.2.3).

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Buckles Slide adapter or buckles are used for leg straps, shoulder straps and waist belt adjustment.

(Ref. - ANSI A10.14-91, 4.1.2.2).

 

 

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2" x 1/16", fine weave nylon webbing. Meets federal and referenced military specification MIL-W-4088J

 (Ref. ANSI A10, 14, 91, 9.0).

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Wide displacement provides durable, lightweight comfort, with 6000 pounds minimum tensile (each strap).

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Leg Straps Paratrooper Style

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Waist Belt Double layered for tool pouch or other slide on attachments

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Shoulder Straps Adjustable length with loop connections to the waist belt for easy pouch installation/removal. No additional tool belt required

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Suspension back "D" ring and right and left side shoulder absorber/suspension system. The body is held vertical in a fall, and head first for retrieval situations

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Donning the harness was designed with consideration to ease of installation by high workers and by rescue workers onto disabled personnel

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Sewn Connections multi-pass "BOX-X" pattern is used at most connections. Longitude stitch connection is used for layered webbing runs. Stitch Type 301

(Ref. Federal Standard number 751z-65)

 

 

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Doubled 1" x 1/16", fine weave nylon webbing. Meets federal and military specification MIL-W-4088J.

 (Ref. ANSI A10.14-91)

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The 1" lanyard material is "absorb-edge" brand which is specially designed to have increased resistance to lateral impact even under load (1500 LBS.), according to information provided by the webbing mill

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Each layer of lanyard webbing is minimum 5000 pounds tensile (total 10,000 pounds minimum)

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The lanyard is sewn directly to the harness "D"-ring and not intended for removal except for factory replacement

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The tie off/anchor end of the lanyard has a locking keeper snap-hook

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NOTE: The tie off location should be parallel to, or above the harness "D"-ring height. Tie off above the "D"-ring reduces fall distance

                       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     
   
     
   
     
     

  - Double Lanyard
  - Additional hardware or webbing for special applications
  - Velcro at strap ends for work around machinery
  - All variations or modifications considered
  - Poly propylene material available
  - Kevlar available

 

   

 

Each harness is calibrated to the following weight classes for maximum protection of the user

 

 
Small ...................... 120 lbs - 160 lbs
Medium .................. 160 lbs - 220 lbs
Large....................... 220 lbs - 300 lbs
XL ............................ 300 lbs - 350 lbs

 

   
  All of our harnesses carry the UL Logo below.
   
   

 

 
 

Each Harness contains a warning tag