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CAPITAL SAFETY INTRODUCE THEIR NEW FALL PROTECTION COMFORT HARNESSES

25-08-2015
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Capital Safety, the global leader in fall protection, has announced the launch of their new DBI-SALA® Delta™ Comfort Harnesses, offering users a winning combination of safety and comfort.

Incorporating many of the popular features that made the original range so successful, the new Delta Comfort Harnesses feature shoulder, back and leg padding, making it the most comfortable Delta design yet while sacrificing none of the safety and reliability their brand is built upon.

In addition, the lightweight aluminium hardware provides reduced weight and enhanced user comfort. The new fall protection Comfort Harnesses are available in two models; Riggers and Cross-over, and are available in a range of sizes to accommodate a variety of users.

The Riggers model is ideal for use in rigging, confined space, ladder access and general height safety. The Cross-Over model is ideal for use in roof construction, maintenance and ladder access work.

“Our new Delta Comfort Harnesses are as tough as those who wear them,” said Oscar Ratalino, Research and Development Manager for Capital Safety Australia & New Zealand.

“The new models provide a level of comfort that is second to none, while ensuring every worker can carry out their job safely and effectively at height.”

DBI-SALA’s i-Safe™ intelligent safety system utilizing RFID technology is built into each harness in the Delta Comfort range to track inspections, control inventory and manage information.

All of the harnesses in the Delta Comfort fall protection range meet the strict requirements of the AS/NZS 1891.1 standard.

 

Capital Safety

Phone: 1800 245 002 (AUS), 0800 212 505 (NZ)

Site: www.capitalsafety.com.au. 

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