Yates Electric Arc-Flash Rated Professional Tower Harness


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  Yates Electric Arc-Flash Rated Professional Tower Harness
$707.00
YA390FR

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In conjunction with PG&E, Yates has designed a special version of the 390 RTR Harness to meet the stringent requirements of ASTM F887-05 Electric Arc-Flash rating for personal climbing equipment. Constructed from webbing which is a blend of Nomex in the exterior for comfort and durability and Kevlar in the interior for strength. Specially designed for the professional transmission tower worker. 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 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 milled Aluminum COBRA quick connect leg buckles for easy donning. COBRA buckles are ANSI Z359.1 -2007 certified. Designed for electric utilities helicopter short haul program. Weight 7lb. 7oz. Sizes S, M, L, XL

Features:
  • Meets ANSI/OSHA Class III full body harness standards
  • Meets ASTM F887-05 and ANSI Z359.1-2007
  • ASTM F887-05 Arc-flash testing conducted by ArcWear •Optional contoured shoulder pads available (item 414FR)


COBRA ANSI Certified leg buckles



Size: Small
Waist: 28-32 inches
Height: 5'0"- 5'9"

Size: Medium
Waist: 31-36 inches
Height: 5'5"- 6'4"

Size: Large
Waist: 35-40 inches
Height: 5'5"- 6'4"

Size: XLarge
Waist: 39-46 inches
Height: 5'5"- 7'0"

This Yates Electric Arc-Flash Rated Professional Tower Harness is a Rescue Response Gear Red iBex approved Yates Gear product to fill your various needs for use in rope rescue and industrial rope access fall protection when using equipment such as webbing, rope, anchors, harnesses, helmets, gloves, belay & rappel devices, ascenders, pulleys, carabiners and other approved hardware in professional swiftwater, firefighter, canyoneering, work at height, positioning, suspension and fall arrest when climbing and descending, mast and tower climb, telecoms, wind turbines and stage rigging .

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