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Miller 1032864 H-Design® Duraflex™ 2-Point Harness

Miller 1032864 H-Design® Duraflex™ 2-Point Harness

Miller

Miller H-Design™ Duraflex® 2 points harness with 2 webbing loops at the front and mating buckles on chest and legs straps. Size 2.

Code: 1032864

Miller

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Miller 1032864 H-Design® Duraflex™ 2-Point Harness

- Shoulder Straps : Duraflex Stretch 44,5 mm webbing PES with PTFE treatment (water repellent / anti stain) Colour : green with a black drawing Breaking strength : > 2200 daN
- Other Straps : Standard black webbing 44 mm PES with PTFE treatment (water repellent / anti stain) Breaking strength : > 2700 daN
- Back Anchorage D-ring : Material : steel Finish : Zinc plated Silver Breaking strength : > 2300 daN
- Sternal anchorage point : long webbing loops.
- Steel mating buckles : Finish : Zinc plated Silver Breaking strength : > 900 daN
- Weight : 1,06 Kgs Breaking strength: > 15 KN Temperature: -30°C to +50°C EN 361 Full Body Harnesses
- Certified for a maximum load of 140 Kgs.
- Conforms to EN361.

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Manufacturer Miller
Manufacturer Code 1002849

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