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PRODUCTS & SERVICES


BRINGING JSP FLAIR TO WORK


AT HEIGHT JSP is proud to introduce a brand new complete range of stylish fall protection equipment designed with the user in mind.


Every detail of the range, which includes top-quality harnesses, lanyards, restraint systems, lifelines, retractable fall limiters, rescue equipment, full specialist kits and accessories, has been meticulously thought through from start to finish. Quality, comfort, style and affordability are its hallmarks.


JSP's new collection of harnesses and lanyards covers everything needed for working safely at height, from the Spartan™ economy range, ideal for occasional and short term use, through to the Pioneer™ mid-range, and then the premium K2™ collection, which conforms to the highest standards of technology, comfort, safety and ergonomic design.


WINTER WEATHER PROTECTION


FROM ARCO Committed to keeping people safe and well this winter, Arco has further developed their winter weatherwear layering system, designed to keep workers warm, dry and comfortable in extreme weather conditions.


In addition to last year’s successful launch of the Trojan® Base Layers, Arco has now developed interactive garments which allow an insulating ‘mid’ layer to be directly zipped into an outer layer. This new concept provides the wearer with the flexibility to select garments which suit the environment they are working in; they can wear both layers together in colder temperatures or wear the individual garments separately when working in slightly warmer environments.


The mid layer should be fitted to allow minimum air movement which ensures that maximum heat is retained. Arco


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JSP’s new range of Rescue devices includes the CRD (Constant Rate Descender) and CRD+, which both ensure a controlled safe descent. The CRD+ can raise as well as lower the casualty if needed.


The new range of Atex-approved, robust, retractable fall limiters are cased in virtually indestructible polymer, while the new lightweight 2m retractable fall limiter is the lightest in its class in the world, weighing less than 700g without connectors.


For day-long wear, JSP's Pro-Fit™ harnesses, made from elasticated webbing, offer total safety and comfort with their ultra-lightweight aluminium hardware. The Pro-Fit range also includes JSP’s DielectriK™ harness, the only fully insulated harness in Europe, which is made entirely from electrically- insulating polymers, making it ideal for people working in environments carrying a risk of electrocution.


offers a wide choice of garments suitable for use as a mid layer, including the lightweight Trojan® microfleece. This micro fleece offers high warmth to weight ratio and can be zipped into the new Trojan® Interactive GORE- TEX® Jacket. Other mid layers can also include soft-shells or heavier weight fleeces like the Trojan® Glacier fleece.


Dalvir Sarkaria, Arco Product and Procurement Manager for Weatherwear, said: “Thermal comfort is essential to worker productivity and studies have shown that wearing multiple layers is more effective than a single thick layer. Layering clothing effectively traps heat close to the skin and can be easily and quickly removed if conditions change. Arco’s interactive layering system ensures wearers get the best results from their garments by providing up to three individual layers of protection: a base layer, a mid layer and an outer layer.”


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All JSP’s harnesses are colour- coordinated throughout in smart black and grey with bright red stitching for extra visibility and easy inspection. With ultra-lightweight toughened aluminium hardware and connectors, the K2 range features air mesh material to ensure breathability and extra comfort and to prevent the harnesses from entanglement for easy donning.


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