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Webbing Material: Polyester; 45mm; UV Resilient • Buckle Material: Corrosion resistant electrophoresis; high tensile lightweight alloy steel • Fall Arrest Hardware: Drop Forged corrosion resistant electrophoresis; high strength alloy steel • Thread: Polyester; 9.81 Newtons (10kg); Extension at break 19.5% • Stitch Pattern: THETA Pattern combines 313 stitches to exceed 28kN of strength; AS/NZ compliant colour contrast. • Plastic Material: UV stabilised high density polyethylene. • Weight: 1.1kg • Web Tenacity: Range: Min 28kN - Max 30kN. • Drop Forged D Rings: Alloy Steel (standard): 40kN • Buckle Strength: 12 to 17kN model dependent; Laser etched or hard marked on buckle
Design: Pebble Weave Webbing design provides maximum grip for buckles, eliminating webbing slippage and the need for continual re-adjustment, High Tenacity UV stabilised webbing, enhances resistance to solvents and UV light degradation, Retro-Reflective Thread in webbing for improved visibility in low light, Large Dorsal D Ring for easier connection, Closed Loop Webbing system on rear Dorsal D maintains positioning of Dorsal D in the event of a fall. Significantly reducing the risk of injury from hardware hitting the back of workers head, Extended Belay Loops make connection of hardware easier, also maintains absolute front and centre positioning as per AS/NZS requirements, Sub Pelvic Strap integration along the line of Belay Loops, places the worker away from hardware in the event of a fall, significantly reducing the risk of injury from hardware hitting the worker, Articulated Chest Strap and shoulder adjustment points, designed for additional user comfort and female users, due to lower positioning of strap, Padding under buckles and Service Pouch on back.
Size Range: XL-2XL
Minimum Order Quantity: 5

SKU: H101

Availability: In stock

Price per unit: $121.54



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