Harnesses have been used one way or another in the fire service since the late 1800’s. They have been used to help secure a firefighter’s position to a ladder, carry tools, and even incorporated simple escape systems into the different designs. Today, the Fire Service Harness can be used much more than that!
Over the past many years, the Fire Service Harness has been used for rope rescue operations, positioning on ground ladders and aerial platforms, as a platform to carry and secure a firefighter’s personal escape system, as well as being able to be incorporated into rescue operations for a downed firefighter.
This 3M DBI-SALA® Class II seat style harness is designed to meet the demanding needs of the fire service industry, and built for everyday use. The durable, yet lightweight design, is fast and easy to don and can be attached to the outside of most turn-out gear for added flexibility.
ExoFit Nex™ Fire and Rescue Seat Harness
Fire and rescue Class II seat harness
Nylon web construction
Fixed front waist belt with adjustable rear waist belt
A-frame with sliding D-ring for personal escape system and aluminum pompier hook (triple action carabiner/pompier hook is NFPA "G" rated)
Left side or Right side closure based on your bunker the closure of the firefighter’s bunker pants
Attaches to bunker pants
Four sizes available, (S, M, L, XL) fits waist sizes 28 in. to 48 in. (71.1 cm to 121.9 cm)
Protected labels, equipped with i-Safe™
Fire Service Harness