Safety Belt

Safety belt it can quickly adds full body harness
by threading it through the sewn-in loops on the harness, and is
designed to accommodate tool pouches or bolt
bags if the user so desires. with the a foam back pad encased in durable
cordura, and fastens securely around the
wearer via a friction slide buckle. Side hip posi-
1.2 D-rings stamping D ring with breaking force more than 2.2T
2. 1.75inch Web
3.Foam Pad
4.Slid Buckle
available in standard and XL sizes and larger sizes
can use with all most harnesses
Slide buckle can adjust easy
Cordura encased pressed foam back pad
Removable belt accommodates tool pouches or bolt bags
1.82 lbs. total weight
According EN Standards

Work Positioning Belt
Padded work positioning belt optional with D - Ring side attachment points (Work Positioning)
Optional integration with Mach 1 & Mach 2 Harnesses
Weight - 495 gram
Tested according to: SANS 50358

 Work Positioning Belt
Padded work positioning belt optional with D - Ring side attachment points (Work Positioning)
Integrated with Mach 3 harness
Weight - 385 gram
Tested according to: SANS 50358

Do not use one with a sword –cut , a burn, the wear and tear and not tip
Wash one with tepid water and dry naturally in s shade, when webbing is dirty with the dust oil and paint.
Keep this nylon webbing away fire. The melting points is 215 C
Exchange an injured safety belt for a new one at once. if you find thread, fittings a buckle or ring worn-out
Life line
Do not use one which has a sword-cut. A burn, a kink much nap an injury or the dark inside of strands for they have grown very weak.
Inspect the eye splice for a looseness or an injury
Wash a wet or dirty one with tepid water and dry naturally in a shade
Mental fittings
Inspect the springs to be in a regular place, to do a right action and not to be corroded
Inspect the rivet not to be injured nor to be loosen
Sometime repair and lubricate the movable part of a buckle and a hook
The sand and dust disturb their regular action and cause rust
Do not use a safety belt with a worn-out or a transformed ring

Fasten the safety belt around the waist so that it may not slip off from your body if a drop should occur
Pass the webbing through the buckle rightly and place the D ring just on the side of the body
Set the life line to as support, which is strong enough for a shock, upper than your waist as much as possible in order to confine the dropping distance to the minimum.
Do not use the life line on the bean or angle with sharp edges and where it is exposed ot sparks or spatters.
Do not use the life lines in a U-shaped suspension in order that the worker’s weight doesn’t weigh onto the life line all the time
6.as to the life line and belt. Those of the same manufacturer’s and identical types should be combined
7.andy safety belts which have suffered from great impact should be replaced with a new one
8.safety belt or the component parts should be used only for personnel protection, never to hoist or suspend other loads
Keep the safety belt exposed to the fresh air in the shade
Keep the safety belt on a pole or a wall not on the ground directly
Be careful a life line not to kink
Do not keep the safety belt in a room with chemical (acids, alkaline substances organic solvents etc.)

The right way of passing webbing through a buckle
Caution :
If you do not pass your webbing through the buckle ad illustrated it cannot work regular