Description and Features:
The materials used in the 26-C fall protection harness are capable of withstanding harsh environments and work conditions.
- The harness comprises the following components:
- Shoulder and hip straps
- The shoulder straps are made of 45-mm wide polyester strapping.
- The shoulder straps are placed in parallel position on the front of the user’s body and cross in the back of the body.
- At the bottom the straps form loops that surround the thighs, thereby creating hip straps.
- The loops contain rectangular metal buckles to adjust the length of the shoulder and thigh straps for a snug fit.
- The shoulder straps cross the user’s back through a propylene buckle and a Dshaped metal buckle used to attach the harness to accessories such as shock absorbers, karabiners, anchoring ropes, etc.
- Auxiliary belt
- The auxiliary belt is composed of 20-mm wide strapping and a quick-release polyamide hook.
- This belt can slide vertically along the shoulder straps and is used to hold the straps together so that they do not slip off the shoulders and release the user’s body in case of a fall.
- Metal buckles
- The fastening component consists of a stainless steel Dshaped buckle with a diameter of 8 mm.
- The rectangular single and double buckles are also made of stainless steel and have a thickness of 3 mm.
- All buckles are zinc-plated.Accessories:
- CU.29/1 lanyard for fall protection
- CU.30/1 lanyard for fall protection
- CLIMAX 30 Snap Hook
- 25-C/2 work positioning belt
- CE Certification
- Standards: EN 361: 1993
- Directive 89/686/CEE
- Control Agency no. 0159
- Certificate no. 31401099Applications:
- The 26-C fall protection harness is an essential safety component for all kinds of work performed at heights (roofing, facades, electrical tower or posts, etc.).Technical properties:
- Width of main straps 45 mm
- Width of auxiliary straps 20 mm
- Tensile breaking strength of straps 26 kN
- Static resistance of harness
- Upward pull >15 kN
- Downward pull >15 kN
- Dynamic behaviour of harness
Fall, head downward (height of free fall: 4 m) CONFORMS
Fall, feet downward (height of free fall: 4 m) CONFORMS