Dynamic Confined Space Spreader Bar

Dynamic Confined Space Spreader Bar
Brand: QSI
Product Code: DCSSB02
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The Dynamic Confined Space Spreader Bar has specially designed attachments to be used on all standard shoulder straps for confined space rescue and retrieval with most of our harnesses.

Spreader Bar specs and features include:

» Snap Hooks attach directly to the shoulder straps of the harness. If required, the subject’s arms can be raised above their head using the wrist straps.
» The attachment D-Ring connects to the retrieval system so the subject can be removed to safety. Refer to AS/NZS 2865 for confined space procedures and practices as well as AZ/NZS 1891.4 for information on the selection, use and maintenance of fall arrest equipment.

Tripod, Winch and Dynamic Confined Space Spreader Bar:

The QSI Tripod and Winch provide a robust, portable anchorage point, giving you access to confined spaces for personnel and materials. The Dynamic Confined Space Spreader Bar has specially designed attachments to be used on all standard shoulder straps for confined space rescue and retrieval with most QSI harnesses.
 
Tripod specs and features include:
»» Telescopic aluminium legs giving an adjustable height »» range of 1.15m to 2.15m from ground level.
»» Multiple attachment points: two auxiliary eye bolts and mounted pulleys.
»» Cast aluminium head.
»» Support shoes with rubber soles improve grip & stability.
»» Includes carry bag and in-built fixture for attaching the QSI winch (can be removed on request).
»» EN795 CLASS B compliant.
»» Light weight, only 13kg.
»» Strength of anchorage point greater than 10kN. Winch specs and features include:
»» Bolting fixture for robust fitting to tripod.
»» Load capacity: 125kg | Cable length: 20m
»» EN 1496:2006 (Class A) compliant.
»» Note: should be used with a Retractable Fall Arrester when raising or lowering a person.
 
Spreader Bar specs and features include:
»» Karabiners attach directly to the shoulder straps of the harness. If required, the subject’s arms can be raised above their head using  the wrist straps.
»» The attachment Dee is attached to the retrieval system so the subject and can be removed to safety.
 
»» Refer to AS/NZS 2865 for confined space procedures and practices as well as AZ/NZS 1891.4 for information on the selection, use and maintenance of fall arrest equipment.

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