Protecta PRO Retrieval Harness 1191216
These shoulder mounted D-rings offer the most direct and efficient means of hoisting a worker out of a confined space. With a standard back d-ring style harness, the worker may not present the narrowest form when being hauled out of the space. Being kept in the most vertical position possible helps passage through what are often narrow openings. A 3-ring Rescue Lanyard with Spreader Bar is usually used with this harness.
- 1-3/4 in. wide nylon straps
- Sliding back D-ring-shock absorbing design
- Shoulder D-rings for retrieval
- Sub-pelvic strap offers greater support while arresting a fall
- Red with yellow sub-pelvic strap
- Lightweight - only 3.0 lbs.
- Sewn-in load indicators provide immediate visual inspection point
- Torso adjustments for personalized fit
- Individual Serial Number for issuance and traceability
- Full compliance with OSHA 1926 and ANSI Z359.1-1998 Standards
1191215 - Small 1
1191216 - Medium/Large
1191217 - Extra-Large
Old Part Numbers:
AB15012 - Small
AB15013 - Medium/Large
AB15014 - Extra-Large
|Product Weight (lbs.)||3.0|
|Safety Standard||OSHA, ANSI|
|Harness Style||Construction Vest-Style|
|Connection Points||Back Dorsal D-Ring, Front D-Ring|
|Leg Straps||Pass-Thru Buckle|
|Webbing Material||Polyester (Standard)|
|Weight Capacity||420 Pounds|
|Hi-Vis ANSI Rating||No|
I need to get a harness for 2 employees. One is a standard XL and the other is a standard XXL. I wanted to know if the XXL size will be adequate for use by each person. Concerns that the Med/XL size would be too small.
Use the <a href="https://www.pksafety.com/docs/images/Protecta-PRO-SizeChart.jpg" target="_blank">sizing chart</a> to see how close your particular workers are. These harnesses are adjustable, and if they are both near the line, you may be able to get away with one for both workers. But if one is in the middle of the Medium/Large and the other is far into the XL category, you'll need to buy two harnesses or run the risk of providing inadequate safety equipment.