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Oil and Dust Repellant Revolta All Purpose Harness Without Lanyard, PN56(OR)

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₹ 18922 ₹ 22230

Oil and Dust Repellant Revolta All Purpose Harness Without Lanyard, PN56(OR)

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₹ 18922 ₹ 22230

Karam Introduces Repel Technology Webbing In Their Range Of Harnesses, Lanyards And Pole Strap Which Provides Excellent Resistance From Build Up Of Oil, Dust, Dirt And Water. This Revolta Range Of Harnesses And Lanyards Specially Designed For Workers ... see more

  • It Also Allows Liquids To Bead Up And Roll Off The Surface Due To Changes In Surface Tension. Coating Does Not Impact Weight, Feel ,Colour And Texture Of The Webbing
  • Attachment Elements : 1 Dorsal And 1 Sternal D-Ring For Fall Arrest. 1 Ventral D-Ring At Waist Level For Rope Access Work And 2 Lateral D-Rings For Work Positioning.
  • Adaptability : Adjustable Shoulder, Thigh-Straps And Waist Belt For Extended Comfort.
  • Removable X Style -Back Pad For Shoulder Straps Provides Extreme Comfort.

Product Specifications

Brand KARAM Model Number PN56
Size --- Color ---
Shelf Life 5 Years Certification Conforms To : EN 361:2002, EN 358:1999 & EN 813:2008
Warranty 1 Year from the date of Invoice against any manufacturing defect. Country Of Origin India

When should a safety belt/full body harness be used?

A full body harness can be used when the user is working at height, ideally at more than 2 mtrs above the ground level or any working surface, or in any situation where the user is exposed to a risk of fall. 

What are the types of safety belts/full body harnesses?

There are many types of full body harnesses with respect to their usage and are of application. As per Indian Standards-IS 3521, the harnesses are classified as Classes-A, D, E, L & P. In the same way, EN as well ANSI standards give different categorization depending on the usage of harnesses.

What is a confined space?

Any space which meets any or all three following criteria would be referred as ‘Confined Space’:
-    When the space is not large enough and so cramped that an employee cannot bodily enter and perform assigned work.
-    If the space has limited or restricted means for entry or exit
-    If the space Is not designed for continuous employee occupancy.
Examples of Confined Spaces include chamber, tank, pit, well, sewer, tunnel, pipe, boiler, shaft or silo.

What is the difference between a two-way and a three-way winch?

The normal winch used for lowering or raising a user while working in confined spaces is called two-way winches. 
3-way winches also act to fall arrest in addition to lowering or raising the user.

Is the self-retracting lifeline (SRL) also fall protection?

Yes. SRL ( Self Retracting Life lines) is a fall protection device. It is an ideal choice in conditios where the dall clearance distance is less. In case of a fallthe self braking system within the Block activates and locks the fall immediately 

What are the strength requirements for fall-arrest system anchors?

As per EN 795, the anchors should be able to withstand a static load of 12kN.

Is the self-retracting lifeline (SRL) also fall protection?

Yes. SRL ( Self Retracting Life lines) is a fall protection device. It is an ideal choice in conditios where the dall clearance distance is less. In case of a fall the self braking system within the Block activates and locks the fall immediately 

What are the strength requirements for fall-arrest system anchors?

As per EN 795, the anchors should be able to withstand a static load of 12kN.

What are the components of a PFAS (Personal Fall-Arrest System)?

Components of a PFAS (Personal Fall-Arrest System):  A-Anchor, B-Body Support ( Full Body Harness) C- Connecting element/connectors and D- Descent devices for rescue constitute the Personal Fall Arrest System. In addition to these,  E- Education or training should also be considered.

What will a shock-absorbing lanyard limit fall-arrest forces to?

A shock-absorbing lanyard absorbs shock during the fall arrest and it ensures to limit force to less than 6kN.

What is the Shelf Life of Fall Arrest Systems

This is the storage life of the product before it is put to first use. Shelf life starts from the date of manufacture until the date of first use. 
Refer to the  user instruction manual provided by the manufacturer.

Are Anchor Devices considered PPE?

As per EN 795 :2012, there are 5 types of anchor devices: A, B,C, D & E. Out of these only B & E Anchor devices are considered as PPE. 

What Harness Should I Use?

Harness selection is based on applications like fall arrest, suspension work, rope access or rescue and 
along with area of application as well.Based on these two criteria one can select harness as per his need
 and requirement 

What Are the Height Requirements for Fall Protection?

A person can fall even while walking on slippery surfaces. Fall protection can be used anywhere 
where there is risk of fall by slip, trip or from height. 

Should I Use an Energy-Absorbing Lanyard or a Self-Retracting Lanyard?

Both can be used depending upon the application. If the fall clearance distance is not available, it is always advised to use a Self Retracting lifeline. Energy absorbing lanyard extends by deploying during fall so there can be a risk of fall on ground if being used at a place where fall clearance of atleast 6m is not available.

How do you inspect the safety belt/full body harness ?

According to the BS 8437:2005 and EN 365, it is mandate that the Harness should be inspected at least once in every 12 months (from the date of first use). Inspection should be conducted by Authorized Service Center or a competent person appropriately authorised by the manufacturer. However, It is recommended that the user should visually inspect the PPE before each use.
There is a full list of parameters for inspection like: cut/ abrasion/ discolouration/ burns etc.

How do you inspect the rope?

Rope inspection is done visually and by touching. It can be done only by a competent person or team authorised and trained by the manufacturer. There is a full list of parameters for inspection like: cut/ abrasion/ discolouration/ burn etc.

What features should you look for in a safety belt/full body harness before buying it ?

Harness selection is based on applications like fall arrest, suspension work, rope access or rescue and along with area of application as well. Based on these two criteria one can select harness from a wide range of harnesses of KARAM.

What are the type of Karabiners available ?

Karabiners are classified as per the usage: Classes M,B,A,T & Q
M:Multi-use connector
B:Basic Connector
A: Anchor Connector
T:Termination hook
Q: Screw link connector

What is a lanyard made of?

Lanyards can be made up of polyamide twisted rope, Kernmantle rope or polyester webbing. 

What is a lanyard attachment?

Lanyard attachment means the attachment arrangement in which one end of the lanyard is connected to the user's 
harness and another end to the anchorage point. There are different combinations possible depending on the structure
 available at site.

Where are lanyards used?

Restraint Lanyards: These Lanyards can be used to restrain movement of users so that fall doesn't happen. 
Work positioning Lanyard: These are used in applications where the user has to perform a task at height and wants his hands free by positioning himself safe at height. 
Fall arrest lanyards: These lanyards are used when working at height and there is risk of fall. These lanyards have energy absorbers which act to absorb shock of the user in the event of fall.

Can I use my fall arrest harness as a rescue harness?

Not all Fall Protection Harnesses can be used for rescue. For carrying out rescue activities, Harness should have attachment points on sternal and ventral position along with attachment point on dorsal position. 

What is the difference between a fall arrest harness and a rescue harness?

Certified Harnesses are equipped with fall arrest attachment points. For carrying out rescue activities, 
harness should have attachment points on sternal and ventral position along with attachment point on dorsal position. 

Are shoulder D-ring attachments a good idea for confined space work?

Not necessarily. Shoulder D rings act just to lower down or raise the user up from confined space. For complete safety we should have harness with other attachment points too for example Dorsal D ring, Sternal D-ring etc

What should I do if someone falls on the job site and needs to be rescued?

The very first thing is to bring the victim down on the ground from a hanging position. Once the victim is brought down,  immediately give him basic first aid and inform the officials. In severe cases, call medical help from the nearest medical centre/ hospital. 

Can I “Tie-Back” My Lanyard To Itself?

Tie-back lanyards can be wrapped around a structure like scaffolding and beams and hook onto itself – creating an anchorage point without the anchor.

Why are safety jackets of different colours?

Orange color vest jacket are meant for Traffic signallers & Construction site workers, Yellow are meant for Construction workers, Emergency responders etc.

What are different class types of safety vests?

All safety vests are rated and approved by American National Standards Institute (ANSI). Safety vests are classified  as Class 1, Class 2, or Class 3, based on the amount of both reflective material and high contrast (orange or lime color) fabric making up the vest.The degree of reflectivity in the tape and intensity of the background fabric colors are specified in the ANSI standard. The more hazardous your workplace, the more visible your team needs to be.

What are high visibility jackets?

High visibility jackets are an article of PPE or safety clothing made of retro reflective materials. These jackets
are worn by people working on roads or rails, construction industry, ports, airports, shipyards, workers working in bad weather or in  areas having low visibility, cyclists, motor cyclists, traffic police, etc. They make the wearer conspicuous in low daylight or  in the dark when illuminated by headlights. The colors are also flame buoyant and contrast with surroundings for quick detection and accident avoidance.

What does yellow safety jackets used for?

Vests in safety yellow color is one high visibility safety standard. Safety in Yellow color means preventing 
accidents and keeping people safe. The human brain mostly notices this color, this is the reason why most  warning signs, hazard symbols and personal protective equipment are in this color. This type of safety vest can be seen worn by construction workers and other workers who work outdoors. Also, it is widely used byemergency responders and other road workers alike. When yellow vest gets dirty, the yellow shade will brighten more for some kind of dirt like oil. However, if the dirt is dark it will be highly noticeable.

How to care and store fall protection equipment ?

Store the equipment in a well-ventilated area away from heavily acidic or basic environment.  Never place heavy items on top of it. Also ensure that it is stored away from chemically hazardous environment preferably stored in a dry environment.

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