Atlas Rescue

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The Atlas Rescue fall arrest harness is a personal protective equipment indicated for work at height, especially for rescue operations.

Rescue operations (EN 1497): the chest anchor point has been designed for vertical extraction.

Against falls from a height (EN 361): It has two fall arrest anchoring points, one dorsal and another chest, to connect a fall arrest system.

Securing and retaining work (EN 358): The lateral points distribute the load, on the belt, for work situations where positioning is required.

Suspension – work at height technique (EN 813): presenting one ventral O-ring, spread out the load between the belt and padded leg straps.

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Key Features:

  • 45 mm wide polyester webbing.
  • Breathable foam padded belt and leg straps.
  • 3 tool holder loops.
  • Folding positioning and retention buckles.
  • Automatic action buckles enabling an easy adjustment of the whole harness assembly.

Weight: 2,400 Kg.

Maximum weight: 140 kg.

EN 1497 – EN 358:1999 – EN 361:2002 – EN 813: 2008

  Declaration of Conformity


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