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HONEYWELL MILLER HONEYWELL MILLER

Full Body Harness

  • Item # 49XM22
  • Mfr. Model # T4577/UAK
  • UNSPSC # 46182306
  • Catalog Group # J5478
  • Catalog Page # 1795 1795

These safety harnesses for positioning have one D-ring on the upper back, two or more D-rings on the hip straps, and a body belt. The hip D-rings and body belt connect to positioning and restraint lanyards that help keep the wearer positioned correctly near his or her work while working at heights. This keeps the wearer's hands free to do work and reduces the energy it takes to stay in place while working. The D-ring on the upper back attaches to a self-retracting lifeline or shock-absorbing lanyard that connects to a secure anchor point. These safety harnesses are often used for construction applications such as foundation-building and rebar work.

Safety harnesses are devices worn by people who are working at heights to help reduce the risk of injury if they fall. The harness distributes the force of the fall across the wearer's body when the fall is arrested. These fall-protection harnesses are secured around the shoulders, torso, and upper thighs. They have a single D-ring or web loop on the upper back (dorsal) for attaching a self-retracting lifeline or shock-absorbing lanyard that connects to a secure anchor point on a building or structure. The position of the D-ring reduces strain on the wearer's body and keeps the wearer upright in the harness during and after a fall. Some safety harnesses have additional D-rings on the shoulders, hips, or chest that allow them to be used for positioning, ladder climbing, and raising or lowering workers into confined spaces.

Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • Item Full Body Harness
  • Harness Style Vest
  • D-Ring Locations Back, Hips
  • With Belt Yes
  • Includes Padding Yes
  • Padding Location Back, Shoulder
  • Weight Capacity 400 lb
  • Harness D-Ring Material Steel
  • Chest Strap Buckles Mating
  • Leg Strap Buckles Tongue
  • Brand and Series Honeywell Miller Titan II
  • Torso Adjustment Friction
  • Hardware Material Steel
  • Harness Sizing L/XL
  • Webbing Materials Polyester
  • RFID Equipped No
  • Harness Color Orange
  • Standards ANSI A10.32, ANSI Z359-2007, CSA Z259.1, OSHA 1910.66, OSHA 1926.502(d)
  • Features Increased worksite safety with Hi-Viz color webbing and ANSI Z359.11 compliance; Easier vertical adjustability that stays in place; Slip resistant back D-ring pad and forward positioned side D-rings, keeping your tool bags in the right place; Oversized ID tags provide quick and easy harness size identification; Back strap increases safety by preventing roll out in the event of a fall; More comfort and better fit with lighter, strategically-placed padding that provides optimal airflow
  • Harness Size L, XL
  • Webbing Coating Uncoated
  • Webbing Material Polyester
  • Color and Size Orange - L/XL
  • Harness Application Positioning

These safety harnesses for positioning have one D-ring on the upper back, two or more D-rings on the hip straps, and a body belt. The hip D-rings and body belt connect to positioning and restraint lanyards that help keep the wearer positioned correctly near his or her work while working at heights. This keeps the wearer's hands free to do work and reduces the energy it takes to stay in place while working. The D-ring on the upper back attaches to a self-retracting lifeline or shock-absorbing lanyard that connects to a secure anchor point. These safety harnesses are often used for construction applications such as foundation-building and rebar work.

Safety harnesses are devices worn by people who are working at heights to help reduce the risk of injury if they fall. The harness distributes the force of the fall across the wearer's body when the fall is arrested. These fall-protection harnesses are secured around the shoulders, torso, and upper thighs. They have a single D-ring or web loop on the upper back (dorsal) for attaching a self-retracting lifeline or shock-absorbing lanyard that connects to a secure anchor point on a building or structure. The position of the D-ring reduces strain on the wearer's body and keeps the wearer upright in the harness during and after a fall. Some safety harnesses have additional D-rings on the shoulders, hips, or chest that allow them to be used for positioning, ladder climbing, and raising or lowering workers into confined spaces.

Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.
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