21065 - Cyclone Construction Harness

$135.00
Manufacturer part number: 21065
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  • 5 points of adjustment
  • Ultra-flow padding
  • Break-away lanyard keepers
  • Superior flexibility and comfort

Applications: 

Personal Fall Arrest: A Cyclone Harness may be used in Personal Fall Arrest applications as a component of a Personal Fall Arrest System (PFAS). Structure must withstand loads applied in the directions permitted by the system of at least 5,000 lbs. Maximum free fall is 6’, unless used in combination with equipment explicitly certified for extended free fall. Applicable D-ring: Dorsal.

Restraint: A Cyclone Harness may be used in Restraint applications. Restraint systems prevent workers from reaching the leading edge of a fall hazard. Always account for fully deployed length of lanyard/SRL. Structure must withstand loads applied in the directions permitted by the system of  at least 1,000 lbs. No free fall is permitted. Restraint systems may only be used on surfaces with slopes up to 4/12 (vertical/horizontal). Applicable D-rings: Dorsal, Chest, Side, Shoulder.

Work Positioning: A Cyclone Harness, configured with side D-rings, may be used in Work Positioning applications. Work Positioning systems allow a worker to be supported while in suspension and work freely with both hands. Structure must withstand loads applied in the directions permitted by the system of at least 3,000 lbs. Maximum allowable free fall is 2’. Applicable D-rings: Side, Shoulder.

Rescue/Confined Space: A Cyclone Harness may be used in Rescue/Confined Space applications. Rescue systems function to safely recover a worker from a confined location or after exposed to a fall. There are various configurations of Rescue systems depending on the type of rescue. Structure must withstand loads applied in the directions permitted by the system of at least 3,000 lbs. No free fall is permitted. Applicable D-rings: Dorsal, chest, shoulder.

 

 

ANSI Z359.1-07, ANSI A10.32-12, OSHA 1926 Subpart M, OSHA 1910
130-420 lbs.
Polyester and nylon
Galvanized Steel