Chest belt XS for safety arch
Chest belt harness with quick release buckle as a fall prevention system for a human on a treadmill ergometer. To be used in combination with an optional h/p/cosmos safety arch or airwalk ap unweighting device.
Max. user weight 150 kg (330 lbs)
Webbing: Polyester 25/28 mm black
Elastic: Polyester, Rubber
Fasteners: Aluminum, steel, plastic
Chest circumf.: color code (suspension)
XXS 45 – 65 cm orange
XS 55 – 75 cm black
Including h/p/cosmos logo-label on the front left and back side.For care instructions and expected lifetime see label cos14903-04lbl.
THINGS TO CHECK BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER EACH USE:
Make sure that the COBRA component has no cracks, deformations, fractures, fissures or signs of corrosion and that all components are firmly attached to each other. Make sure that the male part and the female part belong to the same component group. Check the riveting and the perfect functioning of the clips. Make sure that the buckle closes tightly and securely. Ensure both before and during usage that the buckle is correctly closed.
General: Always pay close attention to correct alignment, especially the way the COBRA component are pointing. The upper side must face away from the persons body. Open: Press both clips simultaneously. Close: insert the male part into the female part without exercising the clips. A click-sound should be audible from both clips. By pulling on it shortly, test whether the buckle is really closed.
CLEANING of COBRA Buckles:
Clean dirty COBRA components in lukewarm water (if necessary using neutral soap). Rinse them well. Dry at room temperature, never in an electric dryer or near electric radiators. Use only approved household disinfection liquids not any containing halogen as needed. The joints of all metal parts must be re-lubricated with a dry lubricant regularly, particularly following cleaning (such dry lubricants perform their lubricating function even when in a dry state so that no dust or dirt can cling to it).
Lifetime: Replace after 2 years of usage or at the latest 4 years after manufacturing date. Unusual circumstances can reduce the component life of an element to a one-time usage, e.g. contact with chemicals or aggressive cleaning substances/liquids, extreme temperatures, salty or acidic atmosphere, sharp edges, extreme loads.