Data-driven harness

February 29, 2016
Data-driven harness
Capital Safety has launched the DBI-SALA ExoFit STRATA harness. This full-body safety harness is designed and tested with data-driven, third-party research, resulting in a harness that is more comfortable, cooler and lighter, says the manufacturer. The LIFTech Load Distribution System takes the weight off a worker’s shoulders and redistributes it down to the hips, reducing forces on the shoulders up to 85 per cent when compared to leading harnesses, says Capital Safety. PolarMesh padding keeps users’ backs cooler with greater air flow. A Revolver Vertical Torso Adjuster and Tri-Lock Revolver Connectors, which offer added security around the legs, have both been added to help workers adjust their harness to the perfect fit.

www.capitalsafety.com

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