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CMC Helix Harness

NEW!!! The Helix Harness™ is the perfect solution for professional Rope Access technicians who require optimum performance, dependability, and all-day comfort in their harness. This next generation harness construction incorporates new design features throughout to provide the ultimate in support and agility while suspended from rope as well as when walking.

*The Helix Harness is designed to integrate with the CMC SkySaddle™ work positioning seat, as shown. SkySaddle sold separately.

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A Perfect Rope Access Technicians Harness the Helix Harness™ is the solution for professional technicians who require optimum performance, dependability, and all-day comfort in their harness. This next generation harness construction incorporates new design features throughout to provide the ultimate in support and agility while suspended from rope as well as when walking. The reconfigured front lift assembly and the X-shaped back transfer weight evenly and reduce pressure points. Quick-connect buckles on shoulder straps and leg loops make securing the harness fast and intuitive. The wide variable-density leg pads with extended rear adjustment straps provide optimal positioning during long hang times. The fixed dorsal D-ring ensures adjustable fitting for different sized users, yet stays in proper position when loaded. The shoulder and back pad assembly gives support while keeping the shoulder straps in place, simplifying donning.

References 202832 202834 202835
Color(s) black black black
Size  Small Medium Large
Waist belt cm 66-81 cm 81-107 cm 107-122 cm
Waist Belt in. 26 – 32 in 32 – 41 in 42 – 48 in

*The Helix Harness is designed to integrate with the CMC SkySaddle™ work positioning seat, as shown. SkySaddle sold separately. The Advantage of the Fixed Dorsal D-ring While the dorsal D-ring on our Helix Harness adjusts so it can be properly positioned, it is designed not to slide up when the D-ring is loaded. If the force of loading the harness, either under normal use or during a fall, slides a dorsal D-ring up toward the back of the user’s head, the web going over the shoulders could pinch inward toward the user’s neck. Not only is this uncomfortable, it could compromise the arteries with severe result

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