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Harnesses

The Contractor+ family of harnesses now offers a more supportive, secure and sturdy fit while adding functional elements for all-day comfort to meet the demanding needs of workers.
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Self-retracting device

The DuraTech Self-Retracting Device features a side cable payout and an internal braking system that provides fast-acting braking for maximum stopping power in the event of a fall.
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FallTech

FallTech's DuraTech Arc Rated SRDs are designed to keep workers at height safe from a fall after an arc flash incident. Available in both single and twin-leg configurations, its lightweight, compact design offers a durable housing and a 3/4-inch Kevlar® webbing, and complies with all applicable ANSI and OSHA standards and with ASTM F887.

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Arc-rated self-retracting device

DuraTech Arc-Rated Self-Retracting Devices are designed to keep workers at height safe from a fall after an arc flash or arc blast event. The SRDs are available in both single- and twin-leg configurations with a variety of connection options.
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FallTech

The DuraTech 6’ Mini Arc Flash-rated Self-Retracting Device comes in single and twin-leg configurations with a variety of connection options. A lightweight, compact design offers a durable housing, a ¾” Kevlar® webbing lifeline with a Nomex® protected shock absorb. The DuraTech 6’ Mini Arc Flash SRD complies with all applicable OSHA and ANSI standards, as well as with ASTM F887-12e1.

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Reusable fall protection anchors

Reusable anchors rotate 360 degrees and swivel 180 degrees, allowing users to move freely and providing the mobility and confidence they require when working at height.
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Fall clearance requirements

Do fall clearance requirements vary depending on where the user chooses to tie-off overhead or on foot?
Do fall clearance requirements vary depending on where the user chooses to tie-off overhead or on foot?
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