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Miller Revolution Harness with DualTech RDT-QC-BDP/UBK

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Miller RDT-QC-BDP/UBK Revolution Harness with DualTech Webbing, Removable Belt, Side D-Rings and Pad and Quick-Connect Buckle Legs, Universal (Large/X-Large)

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  • Similar to a seat belt, the Quick-Connect Chest Buckle is an interlock design that allows for easy donning, while featuring a dual-tab release mechanism to prevent accidental opening
  • The sliding/stand-up back d-ring features injection-molded, flexible Santoprene® D-Ring pad; added comfort is provided by the comfort-touch back D-ring pad (insert)
  • DualTech™ Webbing provides a soft, textured inside and a durable chemical-resistant polyester outer material
  • After proper adjustment, the clip-on design safely organizes webbing
  • The cam buckles offer an easy, one-hand adjustment/release, allowing for the simultaneous adjustment of the shoulder straps
  • PivotLink™ Connection is a unique rotary design, which allows for greater comfort in bending and mobility
  • The self-contained label pack is an integrated pack that allows labels to be encapsulated to minimize damage and loss
  • ErgoArmor™ Back Shied is semi-flexible and minimizes impact from sharp/heavy snap hooks and self-retracting lifelines; the stand-up back D-ring simplifies the connection
  • The integrated accessory system features a modular attachment design, which provides connection points for belts, tools and/or accessories
  • Side D-Rings are most commonly used for work positioning

The Miller Revolution with DualTech Webbing RDT-QC-BDP/UBK is a sophisticated full-body harness, incorporating new technologies to make at-height work both safe and comfortable. The DualTech webbing features a patent-pending design with two different surfaces.

On the outside you get a durable, chemical-resistant polyester. The inside of the webbing, which touches the workers, is made of a soft, textured material that molds to your body for enhanced comfort. The webbing is also a full 40% stronger than is even required by ANSI.

The harness features quick-connect chest strap and leg strap buckles, a back shield to minimize the impact of heavy snaphooks and SRLs, a self-contained label pack, and an integrated accessory system to make attaching accessories much easier. This harness has been a popular choice for our customers working in construction and wind energy.

For our customers looking for a harness that offers just a little bit extra, the Miller Revolution is truly cutting edge. Miller is the fall protection brand for Honeywell, one of the most trusted names in all of safety.

For Small/Medium, XX-Large, and XXX-Large sizes contact Customer Service.

Additional Info

Additional Info

Set Product as New to Date Jun 21, 2014
Usually Ships 3 to 5 days
Country of Origin USA
Manufacturer Warranty Yes
Specification No
Manufacturer No


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