Sturges Manufacturing 220lb. Fall Restraint Drop Test with Energy Absorbing Webbing

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Uploaded on February 27, 2009 by dalycomm

The video depicts testing of an energy absorbing webbing to ANSI 359.1-1992 (R1999). The test measures both the maximum arrest force and the deployment distance resulting from the drop of a 220 pound test mass from a height of six feet under ambient conditions. Sturges also tests to the Canadian Safety Association standard dropping either a 100 kG or 160 kG test mass 1.75meters under ambient, hot dry, wet, cold and frozen conditions. The purpose of the test is to verify performance characteristics of webbing produced for the fall restraint industry. For more information, go to www.sturgesstraps.com

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Kevlar Webbing, Web Straps, Custom Straps, Energy Absorption Test, Sturges Manufacturing, Science & Tech
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