4 D-Ring Harnesses

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    Skylotec G-1132-WS Proton Wind Harness
    Multiple Options Available
    Skylotec Ignite Proton Wind Harness
    $419.99
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    Skylotec ARG 31 SkyFizz Harness
    Multiple Options Available
    Skylotec ARG 31 SkyFizz Harness
    $262.99
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    DBI Sala Exofit Wind Energy Harness
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    DBI Sala Exofit Wind Energy Harness
    $445.99
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    FallTech Roughneck 4 D-Ring Derrick Harness with Tongue Buckle Legs 8021
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    FallTech 8021 Roughneck Derrick Harness
    $282.99
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    FallTech Roughneck 6 D-Ring Derrick Harness with Tongue Buckle Legs 8007
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    FallTech 8007 Roughneck Derrick Harness
    $199.99
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    FallTech ComforTech 4 D-Ring Harness with Quick-Connect Legs
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    FallTech 7083FD ComforTech Harness
    $280.99
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    Elk River 67498 Kestrel Platinum Series Harness
    Multiple Options Available
    Elk River 67498 Kestrel Platinum Series Harness
    $297.20
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    62432 Elk River WindEagle 4-D Harness
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    Elk River 62432 WindEagle Harness
    $160.21
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    MSA 10105948 Evotech Full Body Harness
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    MSA 10105948 Evotech Full Body Harness
    $314.99
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    1102343 DBI Exofit Wind Energy Harness
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    3M DBI Sala Exofit Wind Energy Harness
    $349.99

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Wind Energy Industry Technician 4 D-Ring Harnesses

4 D-ring harnesses feature all 3 of the D-rings that are on the 3 D-ring harness but also include one additional D-ring. That 4th D-ring is a sternal D-ring located at your chest. This sternal D-ring is used when climbing a ladder to attach your cable grab to your harness.

Some other things to look at when choosing your harness are materials, connection points, sizing, and certifications.

Materials, Connection Points, & Sizing:

The harnesses for wind energy are going to feature aluminum or steel D-rings. Aluminum D-rings are lighter, but more expensive. Steel D-rings, on the other hand, are cheaper, but much heavier. You have 3 main options in connection points - tongue buckle, pass-through buckle, and quick connect buckle. Sizing varies depending on the manufacturer and we have a sizing chart [insert link here] reference guide to help you ensure that your harness will fit the way you need it to so you can stay safe.

Certifications:

When looking at full body harnesses it is important to keep in mind the certifications you need them to meet. If you are working in the United States you will need a harness that meets ANSI Z359.11-2014. ANSI Z359.11-2014 outlines the safety requirements for a full body harness. If you are working in Canada you will need a harness that meets the CSA requirements. Your CSA harness will need to meet the CSA Z259.10-12 Full Body Harness Standard.

For additional information about how to choose the right harness check out The Ultimate Fall Protection Harness Buying Guide. Need help finding a certain harness? Click here to contact one of our Gear Experts®.