3M Fall Protection launches new durable safety harness

The new Strata vest style blends the very latest in advanced safety features with an unrivalled level of comfort and enhanced durability (PresseBox) (Neuss, ) A leading name in fall protection equipment, 3M Fall Protection, has launched a new harness to suit the European market. The new Strata vest style blends the very latest in advanced safety features with an unrivalled level of comfort and enhanced durability.

The DBI-SALA ExoFit STRATA Vest Style Harness from 3M has been developed with input from specialists and at-height workers, and is a very comfortable, durable and innovative safety harness within the 3M fall protection harnesses range.

Many of these advantages result from innovative design features, which include:Greater airflow to the wearer’s back, which gives better breathability and keeps the wearer cool. Vertical torso adjuster to maintain a perfect fit. Tech-Lite Aluminium Side and Dorsal D-rings to maintain safety while minimising weight. Tri-Lock Revolver Connectors; these store excess webbing and add an extra layer of security. The EZ-Link Quick SRL Adapter lets you quickly attach Self-Retracting Lifelines (SRLs) to a durable connection point while keeping your dorsal D-ring available. This reduces connection and disconnection time up to 80% compared to competitive harnesses.

“Safety is always our first priority,” Joanna Marston, Marketing Manager EMEA, commented of 3M Fall Protection.

 “However, we know that over the years, increasing amounts of safety equipment have added weight to most harnesses, which many workers at height have found troublesome. In creating the ExoFit STRATA Vest Style Harness with greater durability but without compromising on safety, we will make a real difference to working at height for the people who really matter – the people carrying out that work.”

For more information, visit www.3M.com/FallProtection

3M and DBI-SALA are trademarks of 3M.

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