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Miller AirCore™ class A full body fall arrest harness equipped with 1 stand-up back D-Ring. Webbings on the chest and at the thighs feature quick-connect buckles for easy donning. This full body harness is ideal for general tasks at heights which require this type of equipment such as maintenance or construction work.
This harness is available in tree different sizes: extra small (XS), small/medium (S/M) and large/extra-large (L/XL). Please select the size needed in the field located above.
Meets OSHA 1926.502, ANSI A10.32, ANSI Z359.1 and CSA Z259.10-12 requirements.
Miller manufacturer’s code: AC-QC/UGN
This safety harness is equipped with one back D-ring made of steel. The base of this D-ring is padded for added comfort for the worker. Moreover, it prevents straps from tangling.
This harness can support a weight of 400 lb (181.4 kg) including clothing, tools and equipment.
All straps on this Miller AirCore™ safety harness are made of extensible woven polyester straps, since this material offers a superior chemical resistance. The straps located on the chest and thighs are quick-connects.Moreover, the straps starting at the shoulders and going all the way to the hips are equipped with a cam buckles for an easy one-handed adjustment and release.
The harness certification tags are protected by a label casing located on your right shoulder or so to ease management, tracking and inspections of your fall protection safety equipment.
The worker is responsible for visually inspecting the harness before each use. During this routine inspection, the worker must note any signs of degradation, malfunction, or breakage. The harness will have to be replaced if any such signs are detected.
On top of this routine inspection, the harness must be inspected by a qualified person different than the worker. The frequency of these inspections varies according to the manufacturer. Some manufacturers require an inspection every 90 days, others every 180 days, or even yearly. These inspections should be performed more often if the harness is worn in extreme environmental working conditions.
The recommended lifetime of a harness is 5 years. While some manufacturers keep silent on this topic, in practice, if the lanyard is used regularly and stored and maintained in standard conditions, its lifetime will not exceed 5 years in most cases.
Sylprotec offers a harness inspection service. Find out more by clicking on the Services tab, under the Sylprotec logo at the top of the page.
Any equipment that has withstood a fall or an impact must be scrapped.
For cleaning, use a gentle soap or detergent and lukewarm water (37°C). Do not use bleach, chlorine or other abrasive or chemical products. If your harness is too dirty or contaminated, it is time to replace it.
Air dry without using heat in a clean environment. You can accelerate the drying process by wiping the wet harness with a clean absorbent wipe, or by using a fan. Avoid exposure to sunlight and to any sources of contamination.
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