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h e i g h tec® MATRI X HARNESS


For innovation in harness technology, the Matrix tops the list. This full body harness with side D’s is a sophisticated multi-use harness with superior lumbar support. An ingenious design for rope rescue and rope access applications.


Key Features: Fully adjustable • Front and rear attachments • Large central waist attachment • Thermo form lumbar support and leg padding for added comfort • Two side gear loops


Waist: 29”- 59” » Leg: 20”- 32” Black


4.52 lbs (2.050 kg) SG51255 CERTIFIED $362.00 ANSI Z359.1, 2007 CE EN 361, EN 358


HARNESSES h e i g h tec® PHOENI X HARNESS


This versatile design can adapt to a wide variety of rescue situations and can be used for suspension, confined space entry, vertical rescue, and fall arrest. The captive dorsal O-ring attachment can be reached by wearer and is mounted high on the back, providing full compatibility with back-mounted breathing apparatus.


Key Features: Integral lightweight jacket • Simple to put on • Multi-directional front screwlink attachment • Chest mounted D ring • Stainless buckles


Waist: 24”- 54” » Leg: 25”- 44” Red/Black 2.56 lbs (1.160 kg) SG51196 CERTIFIED $278.00 ANSI Z359.1, 2007 CE EN 361, EN 1497


h e i g h tec® The heightec®


ZERO-G HARNESS Zero-G is a sophisticated multi-purpose


harness with excellent lumbar support. Particularly suitable for mast and tower climbing in rope access, telecoms, stage rigging, and rescue. The Zero-G is suitable for every type of work at height - positioning, suspension, and fall arrest.


Key Features: Front and rear fall arrest attachment • Lateral and waist attachments • Comes with side D-rings • Eclipse Ring


Waist: 29”- 59” » Leg: 20”- 32” Black


4.06 lbs (1.840 kg) SG51198 CERTIFIED $338.00 ANSI Z359.1, 2007 CE EN 361, EN 813, EN 358


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