In conjunction with transmission line rope access pioneer, Reed
Thorne of Ropes That Rescue and other western utilities like Pacific
Gas & Electric, Yates has designed the 390FA harness to meet the
needs of the transmission tower worker who is now utilizing rope access
techniques. It also excels as a technical and rope rescue harness. The
390 RTR Harness is designed and recommended for helicopter external load
short haul work. Wide anatomical waist pad for increased comfort and
added back support. Modular work/tool pouch system allows the user to
customize each harness to their own arrangement. Easily adjustable for
variations in clothing by use of camlock buckles. Attachment points at
waist, hips, chest, back (lumbar) and back (dorsal). Extra-large, side
positioning rings (lineman style) allow the user to easily make
connections to the safety belt. Chest harness specifically designed to
incorporate a chest ascender (not included) for tower access work and is specially tailored to reduce chafing of the neck. New wider U Shaped Dorsal D-Ring Pad. Weight 7 lb. Removable
contoured shoulder pads included with standard 390 Harness. Also
available in Kevlar webbing version for welding at height (item 390K).
Petzl S & L Auxillary Caiitool Tool Holders and Yates Tool Holsters
cut duel Layer extra wide waist
9" waist pad system for added lumbar support. The outer layer of the
waist pad is constructed of stiff high-density foam for support while
the inside layer is made from softer foam for comfort.
|Harness Size||Waist Size||Height||D ring to D ring|
|S||28 - 32 in||5'0" - 5'9"||25.5 in|
|M||31 - 36||5'5" - 6'4"||28.5 in|
|L||35 - 40||5'5" - 6'4"||32.5 in|
|XL||39 - 46||5'5" - 7'0"||36.0 in|
1137 ANSI/NFPA "T" Carabiner is UL Certified and can be used to quick connect chest portion of harness to seat portion for easier donning.1137 $36.00
• UL Classified to meet NFPA 1983/2017 edition standards
• UL Classified ANSI/OSHA Z359.11-2014 and CAN/CSA Z259.10-12 harness standards
SPECIAL NOTICE ON STERNAL ATTACHMENT OF LANYARD FOR FALL ARREST.
ANSI Z359.11-2014 Sternal Attachment
The sternal attachment may be located as shown in Figure 4 and used as an alternative fall arrest attachment in applications where the dorsal attachment is determined to be inappropriate by a competent person and where there is no chance to fall in a direction other than feet first.
E3.2.2 See Figure 2(a) & 4. The sternal attachment element should be used only when the likely fall distance is not greater than 2 ft.
188.8.131.52 When loaded at the sternal attachment to arrest a fall, the design of the FBH (full body harness) shall direct load through the shoulder straps supporting the user and around the thighs.
|Origin||Made in USA|