London Garment Manufacturing, LLC introduces the London Fall Protection Garment System, the new gold standard in fall safety equipment. How does your fall protection compare?
The London Fall Protection Garment System: • Reduces restriction to the femoral arteries • Reduces fall force to below 300 lbs. of force • Reduces suspension trauma • Increases time for rescue • Reduces lightning attraction or electric arcing • Reduces user error • As easy to put on as donning a jumpsuit • Lightweight and comfortable • Body-cooling material and design • Sized-to-fit with no adjustments needed • Total sytem weight is approx. 3.5 lbs • Weighs 40% less than most market options • Machine washable • Allows for continuous use without sacrificing safety • Fire retardant • Available in fireproof Nomex® • Available in mosquito and tick repellent (Unlike the strap-style harness, our garment has enough surface to support these repellents.) • Can be used as a Class 2 & 3 safety vest with optional reflective material • Locking zipper slider and BASALT buckle ensure garment stays put with no adjustments • 99% metal-free with only 1% metal in the zipper clasp (Traditional six-way harnesses have metal on the buckles and D-rings that can increase the risk of getting shocked or electrocuted.) • Break-through technology: the inner-and-outer-core lanyard helps absorb impact (because the two cores are joined)
OSHA requires fall protection systems to be tested with 220 pounds. and a drop of 6 feet. A straight drop will generate 1320 foot pounds of blunt force as shown in the calculator below. Using our London Fall Protection Garment along with our Strong Arm Lanyard, the blunt force is reduced to less than 300 lbs blunt force. Conventional harnesses often exceed 1000 pounds blunt force. Which one would you feel safer in?
Our Scissor Hooks passed the ANSI Z359.12-2009 safety requirements for connecting components for personal fall arrest systems. See our Testing Page for the full report.
Our London Fall Protection Garment System was featured in the Metal Roofing Magazine/The Idea Book and Rural Builder Magazine in May 2019.
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